Image provided by: Harney County Library; Burns, OR
About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1889)
eastern advertisements .
HARPER 8 PUBLICATIONS.
R epeating RIFLES
I*. F. STENGER.
H ouses branded
Adorn your Home*, your Town I.ot,,
Yun.’ Kkidhi*. Your Firm«, your
Flaew, with tree* »nd «hrubbery
H ari *£ k > B azar will continue to maintain
its reputation as an unequalled family journal.
Its art iilustratioi'B are of the highest order, its
literature ip of the choicest kind, aud its Fash
ion ami Household departments are of the most
practical and economical character, its pat
tern sheet supplements and fashion-plates
alone will save i.s readers ten times the cost uf
subscription, and ils articles ou decorative art,
social etiquette, house Keeping, cookery, etc., I
make it indispei.sable to every household. Its
bright short stories, and timely essaxs are
among the best published; and not aline is ad
mitted to ilscolumns that could offend lhe most
fastidious lasiv. Among the attractions of the
new volume will bv serial stories by Mas. E ean
cis H odgson B uknktt , M ks . A lexanuku .
W illiam B lack , and T homas ilAgbv, m . il 4 a
»erics of papers on nursery managvinen) by
M rs . C hristine T kaihune H errick .
DICKSON & SULLIVAN
Lou. J. Bosenlerg, Mixologist.
* ------ ’! S MAGAZINE
HARPER’S YOL'N’ti PEOPLE
The beet and almpleat
All «tact* from 2!J calibre
to 45 cull bre.
clou* packing,or all leloat—Labor
and Time and Money. Therefore, do
HANFORD’S, when freab....
der-bi: in Kight ear,
CHARM (Alum rowder)«....
Smoot h crop.
ban won more
all other makes
of rifles put to
C attle branded on
RUMFORD’S, when freak...
AU prices from
Save by bearing in mind that the great
Stand without a
rival for accu
racy and killing
pc weron large
or «mull gmue
DAVIS’, and DAVIS’0. K<
Nrw fork, (Alum Powders. )4t
W. B. TODIIUNTER.
IlluRtruU-il Cataloffii« «ent
FREE on appllcutlun.
lÄRLIl FIRE ARMS CO. ,
J». O. Do. SO E,
NEW HAVEN, CONN
SNOW FLAKE (Groff'»)
Auk your denier to show
PIONEER <S»u Fmaciaco)...
IN THAT LINE.
Is the Largest in the World.having
in actual cultivation not less than
Range: Grant, Crook, and I akv colmile»
1'. <>. — Illiev, Gram < wUiity. Oregon.
AMAZON (Alum Powder) *...
01 skill. Ih,
»ell or me.
The volumes of the Bazar begin with the first i
number fur January of each year. When no'
is time is inetuiuued, suLscripfiun will begin j
with the Number current at the time of receipt I
Bouud volumes of Harpei’s Bazar for three
year in neat cloth binding, will be sent by mail
postage paid* or bv express, free of expei.se,
(provided the freight dors n«»r exceed oue dul-
lat per volume) for |7 a volume.
Cloth rases for each Volume, suitable for bind
ing will be sent by moi. pvBpaid on receipt uf
|1 eai h.
Remittances should be made bv Pr st Office
Money Order or Drat’, to avoid chance of 1», bb .
Newspapers are not .o cup\ this a.iveriisment
lthoiit the exprns order of Harpvi .v Brothers
In it nr, C0|#
b*nsd the fl,.
pay th’ money for:
I.ate.t Varletlee true
to the name; Healthy,
Visoroue plant»; and Judl-
AddrtiS ISA AC FOSTER.
ROYAL (Absolutely rure)..
G RANT’S (Alum Powder) *..
Postage Free to all suL^eribers in the United
States, Uauatla, or Alyxko.
you what you
RILEY à HARDIN.
E S P 0 N s I B L E
I’. O.—Burns. Grant county. Oregon.
Range—cirant county, Oregon.
COMPARATIVE WORTH of BAKING POWDERS
GALLERY"^ TAR G ET RIFLES
Suited to th. climate of Kaat
Oregon. And buy only
P roprietors .
Everything in our line of the Rent. Liquors W hikkiea, Brandiea,
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cignrs, etc., alv.-aya on hand when
you call on “Uncle Dick,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
Ai>V EHI ISEM ENTS.
PEARL (Andrew* &
Lyman's Patent Combination Gun-Slgnt.
horses are branded
with “S-wrench” on the
Milwaukee Contaiu» Aluin J.
RUMA VaR’S,«ben nottrwb
H arper ’« M agazine h the rno^t 11 efui,
/enter tuning, und lumtjtiful perUdii’til hi the
world. Among tjie niiruc ions toi 1 -9, will
be u new novel—American stor »■?; it e.
“Jupiter Light-”- l»v Con ancer 'A
illustrations of >Shai e ¡ care s Con.» die I.»
E. A. Abbcv; a Serie o. ar.icie- on iiu i i
illustratcai l>y T. de Thuistrup; paper” o*.
the Dominion oí Canada, and a < haracic
istic «erial by Charle Dudley Warner ; dir
“Norwegian HtüJiçs,” oy Bjornstsjcr.
Bjornson, illustrated; “.Coniniodus“ a hi
torical play by the author uf “Ben-Hur,“ ii ,
lusirateu by j. R. Weguelin, etc. The eui- i
departments are conducted by
George William Curtis, William Dean How- !
ail I u and
.. . . zl »'
I. .. ,.|
retoets of govesweitt chemists
Runge: Grant n i V:“h ureounties
1’. o. address: B’
-‘ t co., Ore;*
As to Purity and Wholcsoracncss of the Royal Baking Powder.
“I have tested a package of Royal Baking Towclor, which I purchased in the
open market, and find It composed of pure and wuolesoui i.igredienls. it is a cream
or tartar powder of a high degree of merit, oud does uol contain either, alum or
phosphates, or other Injurious substances.
E. U. L ove , Fh.D.
ALMEDA A. STENGER.
The Royal Baking Powder received the highest award over all competitors at
the Vienna World’s Exposition, 1873; at the (. entvnuial, Philadelphia, 1876; at tha
American Institute, New York, and at State Fairs throughout the country.
No other article of human food has fever received such high, emphatic, and uni
versal endorsement from eminent cliemiatJ, paySsCiaas, bcieulifits and Boards of
Health all over the world.
. . 2.00
F, • •
The volunjes of the Magazine begin wl.l
the Numbers for June and December
each year. When no time is specified, ub-
«criptions will begin wi.h the Number cur
rent nt time of receipt ot orucr.
Bound volumes ot Harpe r’^ Magazine, for
three years bacK, in neat cloth binding, will
be sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of |3
per volume. Cloth Cases, for binding, 50
cents each—by mail, post-paid.
Index to Harper’s .Magazine, Alphabeti
cal, Analytical, and Classified, Bor Volumes
1 to 70. inclusive, from June, iHoO lo June,
1885, one vol. Cloth, $¡.00.
Remittances should be made by Postoffice
Money Order, or Draft, to avoid chance of
Newspapers are not to copy this adver
tisement without the express order of Har
per it Brothers.
Address HARPER it BROTHERS, No
York. T he H erald and Magazine, >5.00.
Postage free to ull subscribers in the United
states, Canuda, or Mexico.
The Volumes of the W eekly begins with the
1st Number for January of each year. When no
time is mentioned, subscriptions will begin
with the number current at time of receipt of
Bound Volumes of H arcer ' s W eekly , for 3
years back in mat cloth binding, will be sent
by mail, postage paid, or by express, free of ex
pense (provided the experso docs not exceed 11
a volume) for 7 per volume.
(’loth cases for each volume suitable for bind
ing. will be sent by mail, pest paid, on receipt
or |1 each.
Remittances should be made by Pcst-Oflfice
Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance ef loss.
Newspapers are not to eopy this advertise-1
ment without the express order of Harper
HARPER & BROTHERS, New York.
I0EAl HtmDIMI TOOL»
BUY OF THIS HOUS!
■nit count'-, »ire.ron.
. n , Grant county, Or.
SMITH & WESSON’S
Finest small ZT
and the iin>t c.ioiceof dl
experts. In calibres it!,
88 and 44-luO. Single or
double action, Safety Ham-
mcrless and Target models.
Best quality wrought
steel, caretully inspected
for workmanslnp and stock. Uun. alcd for
finish, durability nnd accuracy. D<>
not be deceived by cheap malleable t. <-n iimtations
often sold for the genuine article. They ate unre-
11 ibte and dangerous. The S mith & wb « s < n R e -
v -LVKus .are stam|ied upon the bnrrel. with tlrm’s
na.ne, address and dates of patents, and are guar
anteed perfect. Insist upon having them, and if
y->ur dealer cun not supply you, an order sent to a<i-
< ress below will receive prompt attentt- n Descrip
tive catalogue and pricosupon application.
LITERATURE, ART, AND FASHION
s Coplea for SR.00
THE LEDGER LIBRARY
“Her Double Life,” by Harriet Lewis,
Ledger Library No. 1: Paver cover oOc; Bound
“Unknown,” by Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth.
Ledger Library No. 2: Paper, 50c; Qound, >1.04».
“Gunmakerof M. scow,” bv SylVanus Cobh, Jr.
Ledger Library No. b: Paper 25c; Bound, $1.0u.
Any of the foregoing works will be supplied
bv Booksellers and NevsdcalerR, will be sent
postage paid, on the receipt of the prit e, by
'ROBERT BONNER’S SONS,
L edger B uilding .
Cor. William and Spruce s b ., New York.
TREES, SHRUBS,.. .
PEACHES, FLOWERS,.. ..
With an extra ropv of tho Magazino for 1889, as ■ premium, to the
person getting up tho club.
With both an extra e->pv nf the Magazine for 1RR9 «nd tho large engrav-
Ing or tho book “ B ull nn l Blossoms ” to the person getting up the club.
300 Chestnut St«, Philadelphia,
ASH, LINDEN, CHESTNUT, .
Harper’s Young People
AN ILLI’STKATED WEEKLY.
POSTAGE PREPAID. |2
Vol. X I>egius November
Specimen Copy sent on receipt of a 2-ct.stamp
Single numbers. Five eettts each.
Remittances should be made by Post-Office
Money, or Draft, to avoid chan< e of h as.
Newap a perp are not to c.pv this advertise
ment without the exprtsa order of H arpkr A
HAMPER A BROTHERS.
B mt 1M rat Wnal.D Brad
far llluitrated lR»cripti»e
I0EAL MF’O CO,
New Havea, Coaa.
S, 10*4 G I
Ws will r«n<l the entire lift cf Tw nty Valuable Bock»
•numriatvd nu.l uehvrox*<l below, toeier.v NUbacribertc
.Ida paper t or me eusu.ng year, u no H-nnts
.u additimi to ili» regular nubscription price. 1 tiene
looks. • ach one oi wim-li coninins « complete tirnt i lanr
□ uvei or olhvr wo a by a a. 11 knowu and popular
Mjthor. ar® puldixl.e i in neat pamphlet form, printed
rom good readable t po on R"»>d paper, and many ot
hem handsomely illu>traf.l. Ti.ey compro.® tomo of
.he fin-st woiku ever written by some ot the greatest
tnd most p<» ■mar wit-1>. ' otb uf America uud Euiope-
Each oue m com) tote in its. ’.t :
No.il«. The Aunt M«|.ilrr Itecument«. Rvth»antho-
..«••T h « W idow lo ih . tt ì ai kh » " Olir <>■ to« funnlrat book»
.•vrr publieUad—fully «qual t«> it» fauiuue piedeceoor, •• Widow
No. IW. lllpib Jt«* •-.pole** A <1 vert tu ree In New York,
iy th« »m.K.r '
» • • M'“ m imm * h l’«m» " I'»" “
'iiuiiy altuatlonfl, .KUK'iub.o lucidciil» mid rlukulout scrape®
A rreal hnm<>r«>ns 1"«>U.
•'”* ▼»» B fhavf if
I oc -IKTV. A compiale in« ;■'•».'oi Imlb-s and sentU-inrii. (ivln?
ibe correct ■ ul*'® of
imelit for ail on ustons, accordiug l<
lhe usa«.'«® of U'® 1M**l »o« lety.
No. nt. Lulilvur’a T< nv» l«. 1 'beremarkableadventuro»
>t Mnoial Until...........
”••• l.i IpMlWMis and Giunta. A
itanitard work—Uds tl»r only <
No. aao. The People'« Natural lllatory. Contuhitni
interesting deaeri pt b :.», a-< on.pm«b I y l..u»t > aiiolie ol uunier
ineboaota, blr.lt, reptlli-s. ftsbes an«' Inserts, uitli uiiich cuiiotu
luforniatlon n-sardin»; U-elr life sud bablle.
No. 232. Modern Kecltatlona. A Inrre eolbctUn of thi
•nost popular >. i llations, in |H om > and v. lac, both lor pioic-aa
lunal sloculionlKia and ainatenra.
No. 21V. M
uiwm ’ i Kevt-iigo.
H aogard .
No. 202. Widl Flower*. *Kwl. Hy M aiho * H ablawd .
A i . ukb . Ja.
No. 19«. IvantheFrrf. A Novel. lty R ti . vanvb Corn, Ja
No. 1ST. llcepcrlu 1 ob , Tas Liuuiuousa stau .
Novel By «n. ».
No. 207. The .Mland ventures of
2-L- Nicholson. *
Novel. By R obke t Loti« S tfvknbun .
*, Two Klones. A Novci. By Ilio author of •• Dorr
No 20«. Bread Upoa tUe Walern. A Novel. By Mn
H vlock .
No. 2 >4. . I*a«e Nlnety-two. A Novel. By M aut C«ctt
No. 212 l A Vuarubond Heroine. A Novel. By Mrs
A nni ® Euu
No. 21S. Cloud® and Sunshine. A Novel. By C bablk »
No. 20®. The Dream Woiuun. A Nov d. By W h . ris
J ollixs .
No 2<i®. George Canllrld’a Journey. A Novel. Ry
Miss M B. B uai > i «'H.
No. 203 Mary Hardwick’s KlvuL A Navel. By Mr»
it ar in irind '.hat we tig: ecto se d 1 e
entire list of Twenty valuable
» i s up a’» v «.
■ mail. p< s’paid, to e\er- r.ew s a rii er t,
1' he E ast O regon >' ehalu fur the t imiug »•«-.
• ho remits the rvgulur su s rip i. n prb e »2.
and *^0 < eins extra. * . (.inali, a d to every <»- I
sul scriber who pa a up all arrearage, and re i
.eus f«>rone year it» tt<i\an< e.
A aatnp.e « i
hese books may be seen in the Reauing Roon
ing the ( onntiXe
Features of even-■ ,w‘i
Tho ExplanatoryCf. **“}
nd I’laces, such ujmiiiotii
Itcraturo nnd convr s extra 1
found in a.-»*™
Authority in theGoith’
th»* U. S. Suprems i»
by the State Sup’tsofki
by ¡.•»drog Coll.«h. ropuMlal
nearly all the Schoo!fas t^se »»f
An invaluable enmnsr^ Btiver
at every Firer.k
Published by C ICET
. jt prict
OF ROCKTON *
without adverti*e»*^tB u,i*
tisan, but earnest D'Advert ;
Christ, but with th*bra»
religion« paper in iouf®»Murri.u|
crot' het®, but sreki imrev. ■"•t
Him leas rwdinf b*tk«' i.ibei al
It please« the childr'U
week and a splwIM«<”
In club«: Tlvefun1'fjrjr
‘‘BEN HUR” Mi’TK!
■ ■ and
"" e *’
ER A LI
THE MONARCH WEEKLY.
To Keep Posted on the News of the
Entire World Subscribe for the
BIRCH, SPRUCE, ELDER,....
R arpkr *« Y oung P roi * i . r begins Us tomb vol
ume with the flint Number in November. Dur
ing the year it will contain fixe serial st.»rive,
including "Dorymah e ” hy Kirk Monroe; “The
Red Mustang’’ by W. <>. Stoddard; and a “A
Day in Waxland” by R. K. Munkitlri k; "Nela
Thurlow’s Trial ” J. i\ Trowbridge: “The Three
wlshea" bv F. Anutey and Grander Matthews; a
aeries of fairy rales written and illustrated bv
How ard I’yle: “Home Studies in Natural His
torv by Dr. Felix L. Oswald: “Little Experi-
menta” by Sophia B. Herrick: “Gliinpa<s of
Child-life from Diektna” by Margaret E. Sang
star; aril«*lea ou \ari<»us sports and pastimts.
short stories hy the best writers, ai d humorous
tmpetit and poems, with manv hundreds of il
lustrations of excellent quality. Evert line in
the paper is sublet ted to the tn< st rigid edito
rial scrutiny, in order that’ nothing harmful
may enter its columns.
An epitome of everything fhat is attractive
and desirable in Juvenile literature.—Ih-aton
A weekly feaat of good things to the hot s and
girls In every family it visits. — Hn-okh n Union.
It ia wonderful in its wealth of pictures, in
formation, and interest.«-Christian Advo< ate.
Among thesuppS^Mld The C
^ebMter*» Un»brid.,md 8t. Nl
conciso and trust Vind Denm
w ¡»d Beieo
______________ nl Wes
•100 or occufK'm, '''“
u 1 wiSi
THE SAN FRANCISCO
For Larger Clubs, a sat of Dickens's Works or a Sewing-Machine I
p»8pocimena sent gratia, to get up clubs with.
RIFLE8, Pistola ?
and Shot Cun».
IF YOU WISH A CCOD REVOLVER
TflE BKST AND CHEAPEST of tho lad.v’ti-book®. It give« mor* for the money red cnuibln®«
H arper ’ s W eekly Ims a well established j greator merits than any other. Such popular author« ns Mrs. Lucy H. Hooper, Mrs.
place as the leading Illustrated newspaper in Rebecca Hardlnar Davis. M'ss M C. McClelland MI fa Alice Bowman,
America. The fairness of ils editorial com Edqrar Fawcett. Frank L^e Benedict. Howard Seely, ond a host of other® viite
ments on current politi< s has earned for it the | for *• P etsrson ,” ami their name® ar® a guarantee of the excellence of their Modes.
respect of ull impartial readers, and the variety
THE MYGIZ^VE w>11 he nrofuwlv illustrated with e’cgrnt gfrel end other engraving®
ana excellence of i1s literary contents, which j
Include serial and short stories by the best and ; and pretty FANCY AND VFORK-TABT.E PATTERNS, pil-trd In cdor®.
most popular writers, fit it L.r the perusal of
THE Fl^ntON DEPARTMENT wPI present the ’-wH end n*<»t rn-fvl ®tyle«<f dr»««
people of the widest range of tastes and pur-| for outdoor and house wear, and will have, oath month, A HANDSOME COLORED FASHION-
suits. Suplemcntsare frequent ly provided, and , PLATE, printed from stent.
Do expense is sparetl to bring the highest order
Contributions on HEALTH. THtf TOTLET, COOKFRY TPF CAPDYN. nr«l ITOttFE-
of artistic ability to bear upon the illustration J HOLD MATTERS generally will be givou in each nnntlier, making o book invaluable to every womaA.
of the < hangefui phases of home ami foreign j
'history. A new woik of fiction from the pen of ‘
W illiam D ean H o • ells , ami one bv C'apt I
ELEGANT PREMIUMS FOR CUTTING UP CLUBS!
XlHARLF.s K ino , will be among the leading fea- I
tures of the W eekly for 1S89.
TERMS, ALWAYS IN ADVANCE, €2.00 A TEAR.
Wltli thrt di’g’nt l>n k. “Bnd« and Plownnw,*’ or a Inrr* engraving,
“The Morning Greeting,” a« a premium for getting r.p the dub.
PER year :
HARPER’S YOUNG PEOPLE
Wm. ITM AM,
SEND FOB TO pair. Catalocua
<.f Sieht». Rifle», etc.
fill ; udi'Tidgned will pay $5.00 Reward to
-. . • .Hie fur iFhi.ig informal ion leading to the
upiiire >f u Brunn Bald-Faced Horae, four
t h s ' I; Brand <><> (Double-o),on Right Stille
no casing at Riley, Hurney co., Or..
D. F. AWBREY.
♦ While the diagram shows some of the alum nowd^r* to be of a comparatively
high degree of strength, it is n^t to he taken as Indicating that thevbave any value.
All alum powders, no matter how high their strength, are to be avoided as dangerous
40 Per cent.
eft side; circle-
A Split in
N ote .—The above D iagram IlhiPtrates the comparative worth of various Baking
Powders, as shown by Chemical Analysis and experiments made by Prof. Schedler.
A pound can of each powder was taken, the total leavening power or volume in
each can calculated, the result being as indicated. This practical test for worth by
Prof. Schedler only proves what every obseivant consumer of the Royal Baking
Powder knows by practical experience, that, while it costs a few cents per pound
more than ordinary kinds, it is far rrore ecorrrrfcal, besides affording the advant
age of better work. A single trial of the Royal Baking Powder will convince any
fair minded person of these facts.
Postage Free to all Subscriber* in trie
United States, Canada, or Mexico.
IS THE LARGEST.
NURS E R >
FOR THE WEST
“The Royal Baking row.ler is purest in quality and highest In strength cf any
balciug powder of which 1 bavo knowledge.
Wk. M c M cutbib , l'h.D.
so >0 moro Wort, «J,
• Hundred i- ' are for
viri ion ui u • ; per
ol s cRiiug a
• I i he
or belonging thereto.
“It is a scientific fact that the Royal Baking Towdcr is absolutely pure. Tho
Royal Baking Powder 1s undoubtedly the pures. and most reliable baking powder
offered to the public.
H- A. M ott , Lh. D.
WARPER’S YOUNG PEOPLE
TULIPS, WEEPING WILLOWS
General Agency. 725, Market sr . Iliry Building
Ing; South Branc h, 4<> Morrison st Portland Or,
ixxa’ Agents wanted for Harney county, ad
dress ns above.
RED-BUD, SHADE TREES AC
EACH THE BEST OF ITS KIND
Scrip U cajÿnfr townsites,
OFFS 5 murs
$1.50 e £X41.50
No weekly paper published in the
United States containing as
much or as great variety of
good reading matter as
THE WEEKLY EXAMINER.
The coming year promises to he crowded
with stirring evems
In the Uniled States the entrance of new is
sues into the poli'icRl arena hug been followed
by a change of adiniuistraiion. But the great
economic question on which the campaign
turned is still u: settled, and i s a.iln ion is now
committed to avottgress a!m< st equally divided
between the two great parties.
Europe is a vast ramp. Army corps patrol the
frontiers, and millho s of men aw ait the signa}
for the must titanic war the world has ever
The E xaminer ’ s new a gathering machinery
;g nnequaled. Its rornspvndents dot the habit
able globe. Nothing r an escape their vigilance,
and no expense is spared in spreading the re
sults of their efforts before the E xaminer ' s
The mi st noted writers of Action in the world
contribute to the WEXkLY EXAMINER. Juhs
Verne, author of “A Trip to the Moon.” eh .;
Robert Louis 8tevenson, author of "Treasure
Island.“ etc.; Rider Haggard, author of "She,”
etc.; Anna Katharine Ureen, author of “The
Leavenworth Case.” etc., have all written sto
rks for the WEEKLY KXA.MlNER.and will do
so in the future.
The WEEKLY EXAMINER has cs ablished
an Agric ul’ural Department, in < liarge of a
practical agrlfuitura: st whois the best writer
”’.the Unied Starts on agricultural subb • s.
Thia denari ment will contain sei Bible rtfs us
sions of leading topb s of Intervet to vineyard
Its, orchardiat« and farmers general!v.
EXAMINER’S (tiTnnicn in New a la com
piled by experienced men who carcfniiv guard
the producer's In teres in all market reports
Send for a Catalogue, and make
your selections in time for the fall
delivery, if you want to plant none
hut the Best, and that is always the THE WEEKLY EXAMINER
(By Mail, P. s age Prepaid,)
Cheapest. Last spring, alone, more
41.50 PER YEAR.
Call at this Office and order, or Daily, per year.......................... <6.70
address the following-named
Sunday, per year..................... 2.00
GEORGE W. CRANE
12(6, Bloomington, III.
MI^’All Putt masters are Agents.
W. H. HEARST,