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" "T.L u. mnnn r.,,. CONSTIPATION. INDIGESTION,
PIMPLES, U SKIS AFFECTIONS,
t DISOEDEKJiU SlUJiAUJi.
Tfce Genuine HAMBURG TEA is pul'yp in
irith Facsimile Signature of EillL FIthbh. i.
ncnlNftTOM tU C.Ci. AfiFNTS. &AH FRANCISCO.
(ire mid promote
- 6 r' ;. ci cm nr Itntllc.
'QUEEN ANTI-ODOR" (powdered form)
and iwminentlv cure offensive reet, armpiis eve y
our o n d) line" ott"
th. Complexion; ot trr "im V sinile
ad.htionai one nuF . . " . ih
"Hllh-FN HA RINE" to restore auu inmeiri u.nr mm iuiw- j v j. ..... ... ......
lTLniXi'w a luxuriant g.owih of hair ui.l hereditarily bald. Huldne ,s.,ot..u iiidigl mo
rhfhrrooBarodrai. Naturo did not provide (hat we should wear covenn- hr the head. When
hfepilS are the roots, and "Queen 11a r ,.c spp u, to H,r np 1,
W (JitkbH Ton ' Your jin-paration formul.. (aftor a careful analy.M. Tarn free to F.y .re
harSSL and rtaloly eflectuaif uM-d accordn.K to directions. J. 1' . Hw, W-.a. 4R-I 1-reeumuAso.
barm leas, ann w, riii u ij . . i1(,.llA (ltt ...j mi-uiiyu tins i.aier.
Ketail by l
, (.J. viruer, buisicm ,
QUEEN TOILET CO.
174 RACE ST.,
Mil I, Samplpp 01 oar tooas ana - now
LOVELL DIAfOrJD CYCLES.
Ho. (, Solid Tires,
No. 2, Cushion Tires,
Ho. 3, Ladies' Solid
.TOIIIV I. LOVELL
Smd lii edit! In il.mpi for nor W pm EaM fialim
INDIANA RANGE CO.
WROUGHT STEEL RANGES
OunrantGod to bo the moat eco
nomical, most durable and moat
perfect Ranf?e on the market.
Suitable for hard or soft coal, or
Sond for catalogue to
INDIANA RANGE CO.
' Ancncy for
Ior tnformattnn and fre lliindhook wrlto to
HUN N A CO., M. Hkhauvvay, Nkw Yokk.
Oldest Imreiiii ftr Hi'i-uriim patt'iitH tn Amortca,
Bvory put out takon nut (v u t ttroiidht tetoi
bue public by a not leu niven fiuu ot eliaiKU lu tbe
Lartmat rlreulntlon of any Hclcntlfto paper In tho 1
orlU. MMt'iuliiliy iMiiMiniuui. in niu-uiu'-nv
man nhmitd t-n without II. Woeklv, S;I.(I0 a
year; l..'i mx months. AdilnM Mt'NN Si t'O,
ruuLisuJius, J61 llroudway, Juw Vurk.
The Pittsburgh Lr.mp
r '.'IvShK. is one of tlavc inwu-
tions that liccmsto be
finished. It sccnis to
reach the end as to
nnd case of
The only care
t requires is
Dirt falls out when the chimney
is taken off, not into a pocket as
in other central-draught lamps.
rutting in a new wick is a very
easy matter indeed.
All this seems strange to one
who knows how troublesorlie other
good lamps arc.
It is in all the good lamp-stores.
e.?d for a primer.
filulmiiU V. riTTsnURCH BRAS& CV
Sjjj!! 1 1 ! ; M ! i i ! ii-i I jiii ! H jf f i I i :d nil Nii'ii 1 i j'l
nd DISEASES AIUSISGfrom
Perhaps You Don't Know Us,
BUT SURELY YOU KNOW OF OUR REMEDIES.
We extend an invitation Io erll and see. frm ii ts jit rmr Clinic,
"Art-ado Chambera." Mdiits ! to -J Jp. M. Lariy Attendants,
Wo Jill mail orders fhiih d;iy reeiived (seeun-ly buaiul, postpaid).
If hot as represented wn will re mid our nmiiev.
QUEEN ANTI-HAimiNE" icuiovcs Itcuiil or Ptiprrinioiifi
TTair Inmi llie 1-ui.e, Me k un Ann, r Moles mid 1 nil Imiarks.
Madem:o a paste, only a lew utiuulen applicai hii in reijuin-d, Jt
is powerful, yet mild in its died. U tlxdve and dc.lmvs tin
follicles of the liuir wii limit tlit- Might c-t p.iin, iujm y ordi.-i-ol(r-tii.n
tuthehiostdtlie.itoskiu. Try it. One. I'i i e, ii I Mi per liotlle.
the Il.nr Jin no equal. Ji is a p -nia u: c
applied to tho parts allays ncpf
A niost deliphUul and harmless remedy. Price 60c.
i restores ana Deanimes
lilackhcads. I Im re
lous j (Feet, and carh
r.nlicati.,n tai marvelous (T, aod wh
fit h it, return the boitk-, and we
.,nl,i un. Price. 81.00
CINCINNATI, uocai npenis wanicnj
iu op Dru 1V1
Ko.3C, Ladies' Cushion Tires,
Ka. 4, ConyertifelB Solid Tires,
" Cushion Ti.'G
machine made aS
Bicycle Catalogue Frso.
f Com, Mil, li'oWin, Spnrtinp Coodi of kinJ, ete.
STANDARD FCn ,'j CENT UR
WATtRUOO YIASTCO UtrROITM.CH
Adjustable Extonsiio-a Stand
',5rrj VK!IIE ROPE SELVAGE
ACKNOWLEli-.tL) THE BEST
(or Unns, GiHdtiiis, Kjiiiis, llmciies and ftiilioads
t l.li i s el w c! l s ,m i.v e, u, :.. liu mill' run
Hi JII l.l.KVS PtH l.l ia M I TIMl. New Thins: '
No s.i, eitr! lie Psi-RO -M 1 tri .,a Settlor.
Tbs Mialuilea Wevtm Wirs i'cocs Co., Chiii3tfa,m
) , f PA
Vm .k Strtinl. Mn-ii- Stiiti-I. At!:i5 Sfrtiul. AlnilD
HUn. I. l'ilU Slan.l, I ! Siun.1, nU,. Uin,., h-etttr
I'.iHer, I ibtvirv. t'lllee. iM. tt-.iiM nn.l t'luvk.-e Stall,
niul ln-H, lld.l w"'i1, rnliii.-.t ilut.li, tint lit LM lin'In-i
H.-lK-hl rxl-MI.I.-.l. M' lltcti. W , l'hl - (lf ,
11 t is. -I. I K. M 1'ti .' f:J I I I ii A ''" . tu
tiimw SI. m (if. M i'l it !i;i.l..i' "l, liokum, yaiifc
II 11L sfM
SWINE FOR PROFIT.
Practical Hint!, unci Helpful SugceHtions
I'ttruierH U'ill Suve Money to Heed.
Most fanners raise at lrast a few hogs,
enough to supply the pork for their own
consumption. There aro few, however,
who consider the requirements of the
hog, and endeavor to meet these with
the same care as is expended on other
f;inn animals. This is all the more
strange in the face of the growing do
mand for good bacon, which one de
mand alone presents a field for breeders
to fill. Here are some helpful hints from
tho Philadelphia Farm Journal:
Select nice, smooth, lengthy sows,
with well proportioned bodies, if they
are to bo bred for spring pigs. The ani
mal that shows a tendency to fatten
easily at any age. and one having a good
constitution and good bone, is also to be
desired. While tho sow is important,
tho boar is still more to be scaled for
points. Ho must have good qualities if
the pigs are to be depended on. He may,
however, bo shorter in body. Have the
pigs arrive in March and April, and be
ready to give them good care.
Ho animal more enjoys back scratch
ing or grooming than the pig, and what
animals enjoy conduces to their growth.
If you can't spend time to use an old hoe
or still broom on each animal daily, ar-
hi:ke all sizes of swine ktb.
range a place where the pigs can rub
themselves. No simpler device is su
perior to a rough polo cut in the woods
and fastened at ono end to tho floor and
at the other to a joist four feet high.
Here all sizes rub. Next to tho trough
it is the favorite place.
Do the strong animals rob the weaker
ones and so keep liera back? Don't let
the strong ones cram too rapidly nor
crowd the puny ones at feeding time.
Stout strips of oak thrown across tho
trough and held there by screws and
strap iron will tio good service. A few
hard cobbles kept in the trough will
make them eat more slowly. In the sec
ond cut is shown a good contrivance. It
consists of strong short partitions put up
across the trough so one cannot crowd
another. Where but two or three hogs
are kept the results of robbing are not
noticeable, but in large lots the loss is
A load of woods noil thrown in tho sty
once a month will domuch toward keep
ing the swine wt.41 and contented. It
freezes but little, being no light and tin
der trees and leaves and is nearly al
ways available. The roots'antl nuts and
rotten wood just suit hogs in winter
when they cannot have their usual run
mid need variety. Throw in a chunk of
charcoal every tl ty also. It is a great
tiling til keep digestion good.
A T1I0U0H THAT PltHVICNTS CKOWUINO.
A merciful act at slanglitering time is
to stun tho victim before bleeding with
a blow between the eyes, a trifle above
the direct line. It also facilitates stick
ing. If tho scald water is not hot
enough at butchering time drop in n few
bricks or stones superheated, This is
an old and good way. A hog hanger at
killing time for the porkers is sometimes
a puzzler on a small farm where only a
few swine aro fattened and the owner
does tho work himself. Seven 13
foot poles that are stocky should bo cut
in the woods and hauled up beforehand,
to bo convenient, these aro bound to
gether as shown in tho third cut, the
feet of tho uprights being imbedded in
the soil an inch or two. If the upper
crossbeam is not high enough the spread
may bo lessened and the height thus in
creased at once with littlo trouble.
When it is desired to lower the pork for
cutting up tho act may be roversd, if
tho binding cords aro not too tight.
The pig ought to be a prominent fac
tor in tho winter dairy business. The
maker of butter or cheese can just as
well keep two to twenty brood sows
and get two litters yearly to sell at six to
eight weeks old. In this way large pay
may bo got for the skimmilk or whey,
and bought foods will lnako the farm
richer for tho cows.
A SlMPl.lt HOtl llASOLlt.
Tho hog is u good friend to the farm
er who desires to make his farm richer
and at tho same time get a good living.
Tho cow is not the only machine on tho
farm. Successful fanning is the econ
omy of all forces.
An English agriculturist writes thus
alkmt gas lime:
Tho best way of applying gas lime is
from four to six cartloads per aero be
fore plowing fur roots and cabbages.
1 followed this system many years and
found 1 grew good clean roots, fr
from grub, and the corn crops following
almost free from wireworin. I have
tried dressing with four cartloads per
aero immediately before plowing, for
wheat and oats, but found it nlways did
injury more or less to the com.
Hero uud There.
The report of the secretary of the Iowa
state board of agriculture shows tho
total value of the products of Iowa soil
for m to bo tl4tl,S'J7,ll05. Of this
amount over $100,000,000 is for corn.
New York state. with 0fl,.-i0O.OtK pounds
of hops, produced almost double the
quantity of nny other state.
The largest broom corn market in
Kansas and the third in the United
States is at Sterling.
Tho latest invention from Minnesota
is an electric plow.
The estimates of the agricultural de
partment show that iu lt01 Texas pro
duced 6,1U5,000 bushels of wheat.
The Silk Association of America and
the Silk industry association, of Pater
son, N. J., acting conjointly, are consid
ering an exhibition of the silk industry
at the Columbian fair. B. Richardson,
New York, is secretary.
Is mit a coF-mcf ic in (lie Bonne in which that
t.'rirj is popularly ust'd. but permanently bonuti
rieH. It o eaten a eoft, Hinooth, clear, velvety
Kkin. mid by daily use gradually makeH the cmn
Ijiexitm Mevorai t.iaVe winter. It is a cona'ant
l.roleciion from thee flee of nun and wind, and
prevent .-.unburn ana frecklen ::lnl blackheads
will never e, me while you UHe it. It cleansesthe
fan far betler (hail soap and water, nourishes
and huii.ls up the skin lis lies and lima prevents
the formation of -wrinkles. It wives the fresh
news, u earneH and smoothness of skin that you
had when a little tfirl. Kvery lady, younw or old.
ouL'bt lo use it, as il tfives a mote youthful ap
peerance to any la,ly. and that permanently. It
contains no acid, powder or alkali, and is aw
harmless us dew, aDtl as nourishinir to the skin as
dew is , o the (lower. Price 1 .till at all druu
Kiwts and hair dressers, or fit Mrs. fiervaise Gra
ham's i-stahl.whinent 10.1 Post Street. Kan Fran
cisco, where she treals ladies for nil blemishes of
the face or figure. Ladies at a distance treated
hy letter. Mend stumps for her little book, "How
10 he Iteautifiil."
HAM 1'LK HOTTI.Ii went, free to any lady on
receipt of 10 c uts in stamps to pay postage uiui
packi'iir. Lody attentw wanted.
Cures the worst cases
salloness, Mol h-pntehi'S,
of freckles, Sunburn,
Pimples and al skin
N.u samplecun be sent.
Lady acents wanted.
Tt,n l.,..,r in this town wlio first orders a bill
lilt; PI!l-ISlf ,y preparation will havo his
natno added to this advertisement, My prepar
ations aro for wale by wholesale druggists in
Chicago and every city west of it.
A NATURAL REMEDY FOB
Epileptic Fits, Falling Sidmcss, Hys
terics, St. Vitas Dance, Nervous
ness, Hypochondria, Melon,
choliu, Inebrity, Sleepless"
ness, Dizziness, Brain
end Spinal Wedk
ness. Thia medioine has direct action upon fl
nervo centers, allavinq" nil in-iu;.,', i, s w
IncvoasinR tho flov; and power ot nerio !)uiu
t is porfcctly harmless and leaver no tin
IK Vnlimhta Rook on Nervoua
Disease Ben t free io any nddn Hi;
lo.a poor ii n lien m can aiko otu.iiQ
thi metliciiio tree of cliari;o.
Tliis remedy nan bern pr"- r -d by the Rever
end PastorKoeniK. oI;V- ' l ue,Iij(l.,8inco lSlii,
and is now prepare"4 jj ilia direction by the
KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, III.
Sold by Dmssists at SI nor Bottle. 6 for
S3, turns Sim. rjt.75. 0 llotiles for UO.
Sold in Porllioid. (lreuon, by Bi.ell,
lle.lsl.i. & Wnuilard.
All who Htp pnilVrinc; from tho oHVotf
of Y Hi'lifnl KiTdi'K, L.ifif, df Mai'lio'id
mIhil.' 1'tiwtTP. GonorrhoeH, Glop)
Stiicluic, Syphilis nnd Hip many trouhlef-
wlnoh tire tli fillers of UcHe t(Arnbh
disnnlci-fl will reenive, Fuke op Chakge,
full (li rev t tons how io treat and cure
theviHvlres at home by writing to the
GaLIFOUNIA MkDIOAIj AND hl'ROLOAIj In
Flu.MAiiY, ln2l,),4 -Market Street, Sun
FranciHco, Cnhfornia. 405-lv.
m, nervous or in Fain
From some long-HtamliiK' ailment, or feel
that yon. constitution (nervous system)
is failing, or that some iilllietiou ho
taken, or is taking, permanent hold ol
you, which yon have been, and are still
nimble to throw off or control, wbetbei
in tho first or last stage remember turn
uml system of home tieutment will curt
Nit uu'illcal or nther mmienf electric treatment
can ut all compare with them. ThoutminU ot
w.iiiicii wbo suiter for years with coinplaintr
Iit'i-iiUar to sex, have been completely and per
iimiuniiv restot-i'il to health. No fewer met'
ivc also lifcn -uretl.
Kh'i'tric treatment for iliseaNCB sugijosted. pro
pt-rlv applit it, is perfect aii'l lias no ood substl
tulc. The (iivj-g Electric He It and Appliance,
are the only ones in eisteuce that supply i
Meet mode m application.
I'heUiviii! Kb-etrte Font Warmer, price 11 i
keel's Hie teet warm and dry and is tbe onl
genuine Kleetrie Insole.
Penple u ho have pabl their money and been
cured can tell von what 1ms been done for them
in a u ay that ill convince you. Complete cat
al-iLiue ot testimonials, juices, etc., tic. Circuit i
mi; im:,it.mi;m to coon agfnts,
THEtiUEdU F.I.KCTRIC CURE CO.,
filll Inter Ocean Building, Chicago, III
! ODltED I
Fv usiiicr S. I?, llemliu-lie nml I.iv
or Cuic nml S. B. Couch Cure ns
tliiocttHl for colls. Thev were
nsotl two vents nyo durinn the La
(irip opitltMiiic, and very llatterinp
testimonials of their power over
Hint disonsenre nt hnud.
-Jii.c 75 i SO c?t. fit Vottfc.
I Forsule l- slocum Johnston Prug Co.,lloppner.
A PATKI01TC W'OltK.
Every r'" wbo "UP""1"1 10 f"" Tr'l
Slavery anil favor. American Imla-str.nl Inde
pendence secured through the policy uf I'ro
tectlou, nhould read the doeuuifiiH published
by tho American Protective Tariff Uviuue. As
It patriotic citizen it is your duty tu place tl.esB
document's lu the bunds of your friends. They
are Interesting and Instructive, and etubraco
discussions of all phases of tho Tariff question.
The League publishes over 60 different docu
ments, comprising nearly t'OO pages of plainly
printed, carefully editod and reliable informa
tion. Among the authors of these documents
aro. Hnn. James G. niaine. Wm. Mck'lnley, Jr,
Oovcrtiiirot Ohio; Senator 8. 11. Culloui, of Illi
nois ; Senator Joseph M. Di.lpli, of l)''!
Senator A. S. Paddock, of Nebraska! hcn.tt.nT
r'rye of Maine; r?eiiiaor Casey, ol North ltakota.
Senator Justin S. Mornl, of Vermont; senator
Nelsou W. Aldiictl, of Hl.eile Island; Hon.
Thomas H.lluiiley.. f New Jersey ; Hon. l.obert
P Porter, of Washincloii ; Prnf. J. 11. l.odue,
of the AuricuU ural I lepartnicnt at ashiua
ton; Commodore W. 11. T. Ilutlies; Hon h.. A.
Hartflhurn.of New Vork ; Ci iiurt'ssin an I.olliver,
of Iowa; Hon. B. K. Jones; liavnl Hall It ce. of
ltoston; Ev-tlongrnssnian Perkins, of Kansas;
Dr. K. P. Miller, of New Vork; Hon. Geo. Draper,
of Muss.; Hon. C. L. Hdwanls, el' Texas; Judne
Win. Lawrence, of Ohio; Hon. 1). ti llarrliiiun,
of New Vork; Hmi.ljeo. 8. llolltwell. of Mass.;
Hon. K. H. Auunidowu, of New ork ; lHuoell
fcusley, of Tennessee.
This complete set of documents will he sent
to any address, post paid, for Fifty (50) Cents,
Address, Wilbur F. Wakeman, Sec'y, Ho. 23
West Twenty-Third Street, New York.
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These mnchines are the most beautiful in ap
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numerous competitors in the typewriting field.
Either Style Keyboard,
A beautiful line of Cabinets always on hand.
Second baud machines taken in exchange, and
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town and hamlet throiiKhout tbe entire world,
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II publishers, we are able to obtain a number
of tb- above book, and propose to furnish a
copy to each of our subscriliers.
The dictionary is a necetisity in every home,
school and business hoiiHe. It tills a vacancy,
and furnishes knowledge which no one hun-
Ired other volumes ot the choicest books could
supply. Young and old, educated and ignorant,
rlcii ana poor, snouiu uau n wuitni reacu, aim
refer to its coutenls every day in tbe year.
As some have asked if thin is really the Orig
inal Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, we are
able to state we have learned direct from the
publishers the fact, that this is the very work
complete on which about forty of the best years
oi the author's life were so well employed in
writing. Jt contains the entire vocabulary of
about HHl.OOO words, including tiie correct spell
ing, derivation ami tiennition oi same, ana if
the regular standard size, containing about
;HH0tK) square inches of printed surface, and is
bound in cloth, half morocco and sheep.
Untd further notice we will furnish this
First To any new subscriber.
Second To any renewal subscriber.
Third To any subscriber now in arrears
who pays up and one year in advance, at
the following prices, viz:
Full Cloth bound, gilt side and back
stamps marbled edges $;-oo.
Half Mo-occo, bound, gilt side and back
stamps, marbled edges. $1.50.
Full Sheep bound, leather label, marbled
Fifty cents added in all cases for express
age to Heppner,
jfAs the publishers limit the time and
mini her of books they will furnish at the low
prices, we advise all wlio desire to avail them
selves of this great opportunity to attend to it
BEST IX TIIE WOULD.
'ts wearinB qualities are unsurpassed, actually
jntlastinsr two boxes of any other brand. Not
efisutixl by heat, Uf'ii K I I'll KLiM lMl.
FOR SALE BY DEALERS GENERALLY, lyr
instant relief a ie an In
fnlliblo Cure for Piles.
Price 1. By Druirjrist or
mail. Simples free. Ad
liox2il6 New Y tWk Uty,
S. P. FLORENCE,
Cuttle branded and ar marked as shown above.
Howm K nn ritilit chotthier.
Mv cattle rai'e in lerrw and Vmatilla coun
tit. 1 will pay $K0.Ui for the arrt and coa-
Tiction ot any person ateauntf my hck.
- "'.liii;; I
A Pro osltion
If you will pay your sabaoription to
the Gazette in full and one year in ad
vance, we will send you the followitie
books at prices stated herewith: "Six
OreHt Bonks for Kural Hemes," 2ooeuts;
"Famous Fiction by the World's Great
est Authors," ten volumes, 50 oento ;
Cooper's "Leatherstocking Tales," '20
43-tf. The Pattkhson Pub. Co.
At Abrnliamsick's. In addition to his
tnilorinp; business, he hnH added a fine
line of underwear of all kinds, negligee
shirts, hosiery, etc. Also has on hand
some elegant patterns for suits. A,
Abrahams! ek. May street, Heppner, Or.
mill ItnVrf1? A COMPLETE ASSOTtT
I.IL t)L;Lin.O. ment ut the Uazette oilicc.
While you keep your subscription paid np yen
can keep your brand in free of charge.
Alhn. T. J . Iium Or. HnrnAa (1U nn lofr
slwaildiT; cattle -aiiie on left liii), under bit on
riKht ear, and uppor bit on the left; range, Mor-
Armstrong. J. 4. Alninn. Or. T with hnr un
der it on loft shoulder of horses; cattle eauie
on left hip.
Allison, O. D., Eight Mile. Or,-CattIe brand,
O U on left hip and horses same brand on right
shoulder. Kange, EitfhtMile.
Adkins, 'I' 0, Dayville, Or - Htraiifht mark across
the thtgh and two crops and a slit in the right ear;
horses, X upside down on the right nhoulder.
bringe in Grant county and Hear valley. PU
address also at llardmon.
Atlkins, J. J., Heppner, Or. Horses. JA con
nected on lot t Hank; cattle, same on left hip.
Ayere, Johnny, Lena, Or, Horses branded
triangleon lott hip; cattle 8ame on right hip;
also crop off right ear and upper bit on same.
Blyth, Percy H., Heppner, Or. Horses. Homan
cross on right shoulder, ltaiige iu Morrow
Bleakman, Geo., Hardman, Or. Horses, a flag
on left shoulder: cattle, name on right shoulder.
bannister, J. W., Hardman. Or. Cattle brand
ed B on left hip and thigh; split in each ear.
Hurke, M Ht O. Lone Creek. Or On cattln.
HAY connected on loft hip, ctop off left ear, un
der naif crop off riht. Horses, same brand on
letft shoulder, ltange in Grant and Morrow
liowsman, A., Mount Vernon and Burns, Or.
Cattle, A B on right hip, two crops in each ear; '
same on horses, on right shoulder. Itunge in
Grant and Harney counties.
Hrosmun, Jerry, Lena, Or. HorseB brnnded 7
on right shouldor; cattle B on the left side.
Left eur half crop and right ear upper elope. .
Barton, Wm., Heppner, Or. -Horses, J B on
right thigh; cattle, same on right hip; split in
Brown. Isa, Lexington. Or. Horses IR tin Mm
richtstirie; cattle sauie ou right hip; ranee, Mor
Brown, J. P., Heppner. Or. -Horses and cattle
branded S witn ox-yoke above on left shonlder.
Brown, J. C, Heppner. Or. Horses, circle
C with dot in o ter 011 left hip; cattle, same.
Hoyer, W. G., II eppner. Or. H orses, box
brand o' r ah bin cattle, same, with Holit in
Borg, P, O., Heppner, Or. Horses, P B on left
shuuklar; caitle. same on left hip.
Ih'ownlee, W. J., Fox,Or-Cattle, JB connected
on lefl Hide; rmp on left ear and two splits and
.niddle p.ece cut out on ri'M ear; on horses name
brand on the loft thigh; Kange in Fox valley,
Cain.ti.. Caiob.Or. Y I) on horses on left stifle;
U witli quarter circle over it, on left shoulder,
and on left stitle on all colts under 5 years; on
left shoulder only on all horsesover 5 years. All
range iu Grant county.
Clark, Win. II., Lena, Or. Horse WHO con
nected, on left shoulder: cuttle same on right
hip. ha ge Morrow and Umatilla counties.
fate, Ciiaw. It,, Vinson or Lena, Or. Horses
H C cm right shoulder; cattle same on right hip.
Hauge Morrow aod Umatilla counties.
t'ocbrt'ii, ("has., lone. Or. Horses, HP con
nected on left nhoulder; cattle, 0 on both left
hip and stifle, ltange in Morrow county.
Cannon, J B.Xong Creek, Or. T on cattle on
right side, crop otr right ear and slit m left ear.
Our horses sume brand ou left shoulder. Kange
in Grant county.
Cecil, W m., Douglas. Or.; horses J C on left
shoulder; cu'tle same on lefl hip, waddles on
each jaw and two b.tsin the right ear.
Curl, T. H., John Day, Or. Double cross on
each hip on cattle, swallow fork and under bit
iu right ear, split in left ear. ltange in Grant
county. On Hheyp, inverted A and spear point
oti shoulder. Ear nmrko'i ewes, crop on loft ear,
pnuched upper bit in right. Wethers, crop in
right and under half crop i left ear. All range
111 Grant county.
Crosby, A.A., Heppner, Or. Cattle branded"--(or
H L coi nected) on the right shoulder.
Chittenden, K., Prairie City, Or. Pick, handle
down on cattle riht hip and split in right eai;
horses, same brund on right shoulder. lutLge in
Cook, A. J. ,Leua,Or. Horses, 90on rightshoni
der. Cuttle, same on right hip: ear mark square
crop off left and split in right.
Cnrrin. U. Y., Currinsvilie, Or. -Horses, on
Cochran. J II Monument. Or Horses branded
T I A; A on left shonlder. Cattle, same on right
nip. swaiiow rorn in rignc ear ana crop on l ett.
Cox & English, Jlardninn, Or, (Juitle, C with
in center; horses. CIS on loft hiu.
Cupper, H. A., Monument, Or. Horses H C
on It tt shouluer. cattle il c on left side, swal
low fork ou right ear.
Cochran, It. E., Monument, Grant Co, Or.
Horses branded circle with bat beneath, on left
shoulder; cattle same brand on both hips, murk
under slope both ears and dewlap.
Chapin, H.f Hardman, Or. Horses branded
on riifht bin. Cattle branded the aamn.
Cross. 8 L, Dayville, Or Cattle branded two
crops and a split in left ear; on horseB a
reversed Z on left stifle. Also have the following
brands on cattle: 12 on left hip, 7 on right hip,
72 on left shoulder, two parallel bars on lat
shoulder. Ear marks, two crops.
Doonan. W m., Heppner, Or. Horses branded
OO with bar over them, on left shoulder; cat
tle sauie on let? tup.
Douirlaes. W. M .Galloway. Or. Cattle. R Don
right side, Bwai low-fork in each ear; horses, K D
on left hit).
Douglas, O. T., Douglas, Or Hnr tea TD on
the rieht Btiiie: cuttle same on ritrht bin.
Duncan. W. P., John Day,Or. (Quarter circlb
v on rigni Biiouiuer, ooui on norses auu cattle.
Kamre Grant county.
Driskell, W, E., Heppner, Or. Horses branded
K inside of O on lefl shoulder. Cattle Bame on
ktt Hiue or necK.
Elv. J. B. & Hons. Douglas. Or. HorRM hrnnd
ed ELY on loft shoulder, cattle same on left
tup. note in rignt ear,
Fisk, lialph, Prams City. Or Horses. R Fon
right shoulder; cattle, on right hip. Kongo in
Fleek, Jackson, Heppner, Or. Horses, 7F
connected on right shoulder; cattle, same on
right hip. Ear mark, hole in right and crop
Fl orence, L. A., Heppner, Or. Cattle, LF on
right hip; horses F with bar under on right
Florence, 8. P. Heppner, Or Horses, F on
right shot Jue 1 ; cattle, r on right hip or thigh
Gay, Henry, Heppner, Or. U A on left
Goble, Frank, Heppner, Or. Horses, 7 F on
left stitle; catth. same on right hip.
Gilmau-French, Land and Live Stock Co., Fos
sil, (Jr. Horses, anchor 13 on left shoulder; vent,
same on left stifle. Cattle, same on both hips;
ear marKs, crop on rigni ear ana unueroit in lett.
Kange in Uilliain, Grant, Crook and Morrow
Gentry, Elmer, Echo, Or. Horses branded H,
8. with a quarter circle over it, on left stifle
Range in Morrow and Umatilla counties.
Gilt water. J . C. Prairie Citv. Or. On horses.
0-0 on left shoulder and stitle; cattle, on right
side, ltange in Grant county.
Hams, James, Hardman Or. Horses shaded
2 on lefi shoulder; cattle same on left hip. Range
Hajes. Geo., Lena. Or, Brand JH connected
with auurter circi over it, on left shoulder.
Hiatt A. B., Ridge, Or. Cattle, round-top
with quarter circle under it on the right hip.
Ran no in Morrow and Umatilla counties.
Hinton & Junks, Hamilton. Or Cattle, two bars
on either hip; crop in right ear and split m left
Hi (rues. J on ritrht thiidi. Ranee in Grunt connrv
Hughes, bamuel, Wagner, Or T FL on right
shoulder on horses; on cattle, on right hipand on
left side, Bwallow fork in right ear and slit in left.
Kange in Haystack district, Alonvw county.
Hall. Edwin, John Pay, Or. Cattle E H on right
hip; horses same on right shoulder. angeir
Hughes, Mat, Heppner. Or. Horses, shaded
heart on the left shoulder. Range Morrow Co.
Hunsaker, B , Wagner. Or. -Horses, H on left
shoulder; ca tie. U on left hii .
Hardisty, Albert, Nye, Oregon Horses, AH
connected, on left shoulder; Cattle on the left
hip, crop off left ear,
Humphreva, J 41. Hardman, Or. Horses. H on
Hiatt, Wm. E., Ridge, Or. Horses branded
bar cross ol left shoulder: cattle same on left
Hayes, J. M., Heppner. Or. Horses, wineglass
on left Rh oti I dei cattle, same on right hip.
Ivy, Alfred, Long Creek, Or Cattle I D on
right hip, crop off left ear and bit in right. Horses
same bnuid on left Bhouider, Kaiute a Grant
Huston, Luther, Enrht Mile, Or. Horse H on
the left shoulderand heart on, the left stifle Cat
tle same on left hip. Range in Morrow county.
Jenkins, D. W.,Mt. Yemon.Or, J on horses on
left shoulder; on cattle, J on left hip and two
smooch crops on both ears, ltange in Fox and
Junkin. H. M., Heppner, Or. Hones, horse
shoe J on left shoulder. Cattle, the sania.
Kange n Eighl Mile.
Johnson, lelix, Lena, Or. Horses, circle Ton
left stitie; cattle, Bame on right hip, under half
crop in right and unlit in left ear
Kenny, Mike, Heppner, Or. Horses branded
KNY. on left hip cattle same and crop off left
ear: under lo on the riihf
Keller, Kichard, Rlanton. Grant county, Or.
E K in square, cattle on left hip; horses same
on left shoulder. Range Beer vallev.
Kirk J. X- Heppner. Or. Horses tfi on left
hoahir; cattle, oti on Wft hip.
Kirk, J C, Heppner. Or. Horses. 17 on either
flank: cattle 17 on right side.
Kumberland.W. G., Monnt Vernon, Or. I L on
cattle on right and left sides, swadow fork in it ft
ear and under ciop iu right ear. HorKessame
brand on left shoulder. Range in Grnnt countv.
Reeney. Ell. Heppner, Or.-Horses .1 L and
ace of clubs on litatiHe. Kange in Umatilla
aud Morrow counties.
Lesley, M 0. Monument, Or- A triangleE'with
all lines extending pa t body of figure on ZJ.I hor
ses oil ion shoulder, ou cattle d mm mid nil left
shonlder, split iu rigb a-..-! u-ae. L.it m left ear
Range in Graut couutyand to parts of Johu Day'
Laurence, It. L.,Pn me City, Or. -Cattle, Z on
right hip; horses, same ou right shoulder. Itantre
in Grant count.
Leahev. J W. Hennner Or. HorseB branded 1.
N on left shoulder; cattle same on left hip; wat-
lie over right ey , three slits in right ear.
Loften. Hteohen. lox. Or. M L on left hin
on cattle, crop and split on right ear. Horses
same brand ou left shoulder. Kange Grant
Lieuallen, John W., Or. Horses
branded half-cucle JL connected on left shoul
der. Cattle, same on lefl hip. itauire. near Lex
Lord, George. Heppner. Or. Horses branded
double II coi.nect .Sometimes called a
swing H, on left shoulder.
M axweil, M.S., Gooseberry. Or. H orses brand
ed long link 011 left shoulder; cattle, same on
lef 1 hip. Ear mark, under bit in left ear.
Minor, Oscar, Heppner. Or. Cattle, M D on
right hip; horse. M on left shoulder.
Morgan, ti. N., Heppner. Or. Horses, M)
on lefl should"! cattle, same on left hip.
McCumber, Jas A, Echo, Or. Horses. Al wiih
bar over on right shoulder.
JViani.. ii. B., Lena, Or. Horses old mares ZZ
on right hip; young Btwck, smaU zz on left
Morgan, Thos., Heppner, Or. Horses, circle
T on left shoulder aud left thigh; cattle, '6 on
Mitchell. Oscar, lone, Or. Horses, 77 on right
iimi, uiiu.o. 11 uii riKHl Blue.
McCiaren. D. (i.. HrnwnttvUlo fir II,.r,.o
Figure Son each shoulder, cattle. M2 on hip.
McKern.W.J. Mount Vonum. Or X 1 ou cattle
on right hip, crop in right ear. half crop in left
same brand on horses o" left hi,., liatiae iu Grant
McCarty, David H., Echo, Or. Horsos branded
DM connected, on the left shoulder; cattle same
on hi ti and side.
McGirr, Frank, Fox Valley, Or. Male shoe
with toe-cork on cattle on ribs and under in
each ear; horses same brand on left stifle.
McHuieyj G. V., Hamilton, Or. Ou Horses, S
with half circle under on loft shoulder: on Ct.ttle,
four bars connected on top on the right rude.
Range in Grunt County.
M ml. Andrew. Lone Kock.Or.-Horfles A N con
nected on loft shoulder; cattle sume on both hips,
Newman, W. K., Heppner. Or. Horses N
with half circle over it. on lf od.nlHor
Nordyke, E., Hilvorton. Or. HorseB, circle 7 on
left thigh; cattle, same on loft hip.
Oliver, Joseph, Canyon City, Or. A 2 on cattle
on left hip; on horses, same on lef t thigh. Range
iu i7i ton county.
Oiler. Perrv. Loximrton fir P n if
Oln. Herman. Prairie Citv fir (in .tio n
LP Connected On left, liio- Iw.ruou nn luft .t'itU
and wartle on nose. Range in Grant county.
Foarson, Olave, Eight Mile, Or. Horses, quar
ter circle shield on left shoulder nnd 24 on left
hip. Cat tie, fork in lefr ear, right cropped. 24
on left hip. Kange on Eight Mile.
Parker A Gloason, Hardman, Or, Horsos IP on
1 iper. J. H.. Leximrton. Or. HorHe .TBI nnn.
nected 01 left shoulder; cattle, same on left hip.
under bii in each oar.
Pat berg, Henry Lexington, Or. Horses brand
ed with a Kouiai crowa on left shoulder: chii.Ih
branded with Koumu cross, bar at bottom, on
Potter. Dan. Lexintrtnn HersoB hrmwIoH MP
connected on left shoulder; cattle same on right
Powell, John 'p., Dayville, Or Horses, J P coo..
nec ed ou left shoulder. Cattle OK couuected o J
left hip. two under imlf
wattle under throa . Raiigeiu Grant county.
Riekurd, G. D., Canyon City, Or. F t! on left
shoulder, on horses only. Range Canyon creek
and Bear valley, Graut county.
0.00U. Auurew, iianlman. Or. Horses, square
o with quarter-circle over it ou left stifle.
Reilillifer. Chris, lletmner. Or. Hi.rHu t K nr.
left shoiihjoi .
Rico. Dan, Hardman, Or.; horses, throe panel
worm fence on loft shoulder; ca:tle, DAN on
right shoulder. Range near Hardman.
Rudi'i, Win, Long Creek, Or. Brands horses
K 01 right shouldor. Runge Grantaud Morrow
Koyse, Aaron, Heppner, Or HcrBes, plain V on
left shoulder; cattle, same brand reversed on
right hip and crop oil right ear. Range in Mor
Ruoh Bros., Heppner, Or. Horses branded X
on the rigiit shoulder: cattle. IX nn the left, inn
crop oft left ear and dewlap on neck. Kange it
morrow auu aujoiuiugcouiities.
Rust, William, Penuloton, Or. Horses K oh
left shoulder; cattle, K on left hip, crop oil
right ear, underbit on left ear. ttheep, ft on
weathers, ronud crop off righ ear. Range Uma
tilla and AluiTowc muties.
Reaney, Andrew. Lexington, Or. Horsei
branded A H on right Bhouider, vent quartei
circle over brand; cattle same ou right hip.
Rane Morrow county.
Royse, Win. H, Dairyvillo, Or Hit connected
with quarter circle over top on cattle on right hip
and crop off right ear and split in left. Horses
Bame brand on left shoulder. Range in Morrow
Grant and Gilliam counties.
Kilter, J F, Ritter, Or Three parallel ban
with bar over on horses on left hip; on cattle, left
sido, two smooth crops, two splits in each eat
Range in Middle Fork of John Day.
Rector. J. W., Heppner, Or. Horses. JG ok
lef t shoulder. Cattle, o uu right hip.
Spray, J. F., Heppner, Or. -Horses branded bl
connected 01. right shoulder; cattle same on boit
bailing, C C Heppner, Or Horses branded S A
on left shoulder; cattle same on left hip.
Bkiuner, G L, Hitter. Or Horses, two-bar Sov
left stitle. Plain 8, two barB on left side, a crop
and three splits in right ear, swallow fork and
underbit in left, cattle. 8 on cattle larger than on
horses, ltange in Grant county.
Swaggart, H. F., Lexington, Or. Horses 2
with dash under it on left stifle, cattle H with
dash under it on right hip, crop off right ear and
waddled on right hind log. Range in Morrow,
Gilliam and Umatilla coumies.
Bwaggart, A. L,, Ella. Or. Horses brande-4 2
on left shoulder; cettle same on left hip. Crop
on ear, wattle on left hind leg.
Straight W. E., Heppner, Or. Horses shaded
J 8 on let. stitle; cattle J 8 on left hip, swallow
fork in right ear, underbit in left.
Swaggart , L, Alpine, Or. Horses, 8 8 on right
bapp, Thos., Heppner, Or. HorseB, S A P on
left hip; catth same on left hip.
8milh, E, F, Pilot Rock, Or. Cattle, horse
shoe (.11 left sido, crop close in left ear. Horses,
4 on left thigh, Range in Umatilla and Grant
Shirtz, James, Long Creek, Or. Horses. 3 on
left stifle and over 2 on left shoulder.
bhriur.John, Fox, Or. NO connected on
horses on right hip; cauie, same on right hip,
crop oft right ear and under bit in left ear. Kange
in Grant county.
Smith Bros,, Johu Day, Or H Z on cattle on
le t shoulder.
Stephens, V. A., Hardman, Or-; horses BSou
right stifle; cattle horizontal L on the tight side.
fcitevonson, Mrs A. J., Heppner, Or. Cattle, 8
on right hi ; swallow-fork in left ear.
BwagKBrt, G. W., Heppner, Or. Horses, 44 on
left shouldei ; cattle, 4 on left hip.
Stewart, Geo., Hardman, Or. Horses circle
01. left shoulder.
Stone. Ira. Bi-kleton, Wash, Horses, keystone
on left shoulder.
Smith, E. E. Lone Rock, Or. Horses branded
a crossed seven on left shoulder; cattle same on
left side. Kange, Gilliam county.
H perry, E. G.. Heppner, Or. Cattle W C on
left hip, crop oif right and underbit in left year,
dewlap; horses VV C on left Bhouider.
Thompson, J. A., Heppner, Or. Horsos, S on
left ehuulu. r; cattle, 11 on left Bhouider.
Tippets. 8. X., Lena, Or. Horses, C on left
Turner R. W., Heppner. Or. -Small capital T
lett shouldei, horses; cattle same on left hip
with split iu both ears.
Thornton, II. M., lone, Or. Horses branded
H I connected ou left stifle; sheep same brand.
-lureman, John, Prairie City, Or. On horses
10 on leit stifle; on cattle. O witn bar under on "
left hip. Range in Grant county.
Vanderpool, H. T.. Lena, Or; Horses HV con
nected on right shoulder ;cat tie, same on right
Wilson, John Q., Salem or Heppner, Or.
Horses branded Jy on the left shoulder. Kauge
, Morrow county.
V arreu, W B, Caleb, Or Cattle, W with quarter
circle over it, on left side, split in right ear.
Horses Bame brad on left shoulder. Range in
Wood, F L, Dayville, Or Heart on horses on
left stifle; on cattle. '1 nn left sirie nnd m,H hit
in left ear. ltange in Grant county.
Wright, Silas A. Heppner, Or. Cattle branded
0 W on tiie right hip, square crop ott right ear
and split in left.
Wallace. Francis, Mount Vernon, Or Squareon
cattle on the left hip. upper slope in he left
ear and under slope iu right ear. Same brand
ou horses ou right shoulder. Kauge in Harney
and Grant countv.
.bster, J. 1.. Heppner. Or. Horses branded
wth bar over J on right shoulder; cuttle same
on right hip, crop off left ear and split in each.
Kant'e, Morrow counts-.
Wade, Henry, Heppner. Or. Horses branded
ace of spade on leit shoulder and left hip.
Cattle branded same on left side and left hip.
W ells, A. 8., Heppner, Or. Horses, e-0 on left
shoulder; catt e same.
Wolhnger, John, John Day City. Or On horses
three parallel bare on left shoulder; 7 on sneep, -bit
in both ears. Range in Grant and Malhuer
Wylaud, J H, Hardman, Or. Circle C on left
Woodward, John, Heppner, Or. Horses, DP
connected on left shoulder.
Watkms, Lishe, Heppner, Or. Horses branded
TJE connecteo on left stifle.
Wallace, Charles, Portland. Or. Cattle, W on
right thigh, hou in left ear; horses, W on right
shoulder, somt same on left shoulder.
Whittier Bros., Drewsy. Harney county, Or. -Horses
branded W B. connected on left shoulder '
Williams, asco, Hamilton, Or. Quarter cir
cle over three bars on left hip, both cattle and
horses. Range Grant county.
Williams, J O. Long Creek. Or Horses, quar
ter circle over three bars on left hip; cattJe same
and ttlit in each ear. Ranee in Grant county.
Wien. A. A., 1. eppner. Or. Cattle, running A A
with bar aero on right hip.
Young. J. 8., Gooseberry, Or. Horsos branded
T 8 on the right shoulder.