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BEFORE THE PUB-
- BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 12.
•There are, in addition to the fore
going lift from the Scientific Amer
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES I
ED EVERY WEDNESDAY
ican, a number of such powders sold
“This question has caused a good ^n the weiterjvthat were not found
Dry Granulated Sugar, $ 9.75 per 100ft> I have just received a full and
deal of discussion Alum is used by in the eastern stores.
!. BYRD & SON.
Following is the list to date.
complete Stock of Dry Goods,
[ER8 and P roprietors .
calumet . » -
Contains Alum. Nails,..............................
keg. Groceries, Hardware, Tinware
enabling them to use inferior flour.
(Calumet Baking'Powder Co., Chicago.)
6.00 .4 barrel Notions, etc , which I will sell
13.50 44 100 th at BEDROCK PRICES FOR
ISC Hl PT ION RATES:
(Vouwie Bros Cleveland.)
a cheap substitute for cream of tar
Coal Oil (Pearl)..........
can CASH ONLY
chieago . yeast , Ammonia Alum.
H. E. T hompson ,
tar in the manufacture of baking
(Chapmau A RgtitSCo., Chicago )
bon bon .
- - Contains Alum.
CIIALD CLUB LIST
Harper*!- Magazine...............5.00 ed immediately dangerous; al
(J. C. Gj-ant Bfkipg Powder Co., Chieago.)
.......... 5.20 though if ccntinued it induces dvs
Harper’« Bazar.................... 5.20
U nrivaled . - - Contains Alum.
Harper's Young People
3.75 pepsin and obstinate constipation.
(Spragues, .Warn«;,« Griswold. Cnl< ago.)
Jdeii’a Manifold Cyclopedia, 2.00
ion al volume after Vol. I, 55 cents: But the fact that manv cases of pots- ONE8POON taylom ’ s Ammonia Alum.
(Tav)orMfg. Co. St. Louie.)
|ra tier volume. postage.
oning have occurea from the use of
yarnall ’ s • - - Contains Alum.
IS of all the above works can be ex
alum, puts the question in a more
«Bure in the Reading Room
serious asiiect, and prudent pet^le shaw ’ s SNOW PUFF, Contains Alum.
iligherg of periodicals are solicited
(Merchant!* Mfg. Aaaocintion. St. Loula )
dug rales, a copy of their work for will exercise caution in the selection
ulng Room—We file, and bind the
dodson a h . ls . - Contains Alum
We are now located in the New Brick Block, with plenty of room,
? of every half-volume, end
< > of baking jiowders.”
(D< h loll A Hi e, St. l.oulf.)
occupying three floors, and each floor loaded With gOODS.
‘•Under what conditions then, does
IS ALUM POISONOUS?
[Hall'i Journal of Hea’tB.J
il QUOTE YO1
1 2 wk J 1 mo
4 00 6.50
6.00 10 no
9 00 15.00
Iti 00 2K.00
: a )00 40 00
1 3 mo 1 6 in o
»6 ’>0 '»11.00
i IK 00
20 00 32.00
oO.OO 110 00
legeriptlon executed with neatness
h, at reas-.nable ratea
,Li> i! kept regularly on ."'e for re
the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ao
ireau. 10 Spruce st.. New York.
Benjaniin liar riao
Levi P. Morton
Janita G. Blaine
John W. Noble
Benjamin F. Tracev
Jeremiah M. Rusk
Wm. H. Miller
tit Auri< ultnre
[o i. era I
J. N. Dolph
J. H Mltchan
a ' X a -- .4
. J. B. McElroy
Hie lustrile etiou. R
K. S. Bean.
J Wm. P. Lord
> W. W. Tha>er
Rheubln 8. Strahm
SIXTH JUDICIAL district :
M. D. C lifford
C has . F. H yde
D. 8. D ustin
.(D) II knkv B laikman
W m . M illrk
,W. E. Ostri
H. R obkrtb
(D) T. A. M c K innon
A. CO >• IN®
• (D). W. E. ALRKRBON
.CIIAS.NK .1 ELL
speri ntendeut. iR)
T hoh . G. D odson
this substance—formerly used only
for mechanical or medicinal pur
poses—become poisonous? They
are certainly obscure, and at present
we can only surmise what they may
he We suspect that tl^e cause ex
istsin theindividual poisoned; some
peculiarity of the constitution'pro
ducing a morbid change in the sec
retions of the stomach, with which
the alum combines and forms an
active poison; or the secretions may
be healthv but in unusual prooor
tions, and that these less or greater
proportions in combination with the
alum constitute a jmison.” .*
“For example, two parts of mer
cury and two parts of chlorine form
calomel, which is not poisonous, but
change the proportions to ono part
mercury and two parts of chlorine
and we get corrosive sublimate,
which is a deadly poison.”
“Then again we know nothing of
Why is it that one person can eal
all kinds of green fruits and vegeta
bles with impunity, while the same
course might cost another individu
al his life? One person can handle
poison ivy and sumac without being
in the least effected; another is pois
oned if he approaches to within ten
feetofthem. Out of a family in
a malarial district, some of the mem
bers will suffer half the year with
fever and ague, while the others will
enjoy excellent health during the
entire year Foods that are whole
some to some jwi sons are actually
poisonous to others. Thia is especi
ally true of some kinds of fish
There ia no safetv in taking alum
into the stomach, aa it is shown to
be always injurious, and often dan-
(Wm. H. Shephard. St Louli )
bail ’ s ,
I a > uis .)
(Meyer-Bala Mfg. Co .St
M onarch .
JReid, Murdo« h A Co , Chieago.)
(Bengal Coftee A spice Mil's, Chicago.)
(W. F. McLaughlin A Co., Chicago )
(Spencer Bluing Vaddle Co.. Chicago )
kalbfei . i .’ s
pu - jty .
Will maintain our former rules:
Square Dealing. OUG PHCe >
We buv «Flour, Meats, Stock Salt, Barb Wire, Liverpool Salt,
Canned Goods, and Coal Oil in CAR LOADS. Our Puices are LOW.
SEND FOR QUOTATIONS I !
Prprietors Huntington Warehouse.
J. II. AITKIN, Manager.
(Knlbfrfl Mfg. t\).,Chicago.)
(t'oenix Chemical Work!, chic<«o.)
(Globe Coffee A Spi« « Milla, Minneapolis.)
(Th, a W.nid A- <‘o„ Philadelphia.)
A ndrew ’ s pearl .
(C. E. Andrews a Co., Milwaukee.)
H arrises ’ favorite .
(H. H. Barri« a. Minneapolis.)
Portland Boot & Shoe Store.
LUNA BURG Ä FRY, P roprietors , B urns , O regon .
-^5^0 00 StockHmda and Shoes, of the very beat duality . Just received
Cheapest Place in Town for Cash,
<t^P*Alao. Cuitom work and Repairing neatly done.
(Sherman Bros., Chicogo.)
putnam ’ s bfst .
(Wells, Putnam A Co , Chicago.;
CHINA “ t ” HOUSE.
(Noah M< Dovei, St PeuJ, Minn.)
(J. K. Fergt son, Minneapdis./
H ercules ,
(Hen ul«e Bakina Powder Co , San F-au«ia<*o.)
(Climax Bakirg Powder Co. Indiai spoils.,
There are pure cream tartar hak
ing powders on the market. All
authorities rejsirt Dr. Price's Cream
Baking Powder as free from Alum.
Ammonia. Lime or any other adul
terant The purity of this brand
has never been questioned.
The Proprietors of the White Front Livery Stable as
sures the public that they are prepared to accommodate
in everv way in tneir line of business.
and grain constantly on hands, and careful bands.
Passengers taken to all parts of the country. Job Wagon in connection.
New Orleans, Sept. 8.—Secretary
Hester of the Cotton Exchange
to dav completed the final details
of the cotton crop movemeat, prin
cipal figures of which were is uetl
solicit a share of
on the first. His introductory re
HARNEY U. a. LAMP OFF1CK:
J. B. HUNTINGTON
marks state that the cotton crop of
..H arrison K kllkv
the United States for the year eml lie that we have again open
ing at the close of August. 1K9I. is
8.652.579, the largest crop ever ed
supplied with good meal
cd at the old stand and
grown h_v 1.341,275. In reference
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
to receipts al the American ports.
M D. WII.8ON Pastor.
Mr Hester said that, with the enor
will be preaching bv the pastor In each ; geroi)’.”
is follows.until further notice’
crop, movements in every di
The Scientific American pub
»bath—Burn!—at 11 a m, and 4:30pm [
ibath—Island St hool House— at 11 a m I
rection have been correspondingly
lished in a recent number a lis of
—Harney—nt 7:30 p m.
heavy. New Orleans has handled
•bath—Burtts—it 11 a m, and 4:30 pm
bbath— llaruey—at 11 a m, and 7X0p m alum and ammonia baking |>owder» more cotton than in any year, but
which is of ureat value at thia time one. of Her history—her net receipts
Following is the list compiled from exceeding 2 (JOO.UOU of hales for the
official n porta. Powders marked first time since the war, and reach
C. C. McCoy, General Manager,
USEY IÁHK.E, NO. 77, I. O O F.
ing within 60,000 of those in 1860,
i at odd Fellows Hall, every Saturday
with a star seem tg have a general
the largest ante-bellum vear.
H, M HoRTOM, N. G.
daily for Harney, Drewsey, Beulah,
sale, ns they are nientioned in at
Galveston has passe«! the million
leR“t two of the official reports.
mark for the first time, and Savan
H.VKNEY PO8 T NO. 4*. G. A. R.
'«very lit «nd*3d Wednewiav of each
•Atlantic A Pacific, Cook’s Fa
at odd Fellow«* Hall. All Comrade«
than a million bales exceeding all
vorite,Crow n.Crvatal, Daisy, •Davis previous records. The gross over- with the railroad. Good fresh horses, careful drivers, new vehicle«.
M. M. BRIERLY. P. C.
RATES OF FARE FROM HURNS TO ONT'KIO AND 1MERVEXINO POINTS
• NiwtLL, Ad’j’t.
Mchla-l« 0 K.. Dry Yeast. Gem.Globe. *Ken ■ land movement for the vear,
Burna, to Ontario
Burna to Va'e
•• Wrtt Fall
“ Grove« Ity....................................
ton. Pearson's. Perfection. Peerless, deducting interchanges between the
« 00 I
0. 8. MAIL«.
......................... .. I 00
" Pine Cteek
2 50 |
Purity, *Roval, Scioto, Silver Spoon. different points of crossing and re
shipping into the cotton lielt. has
Baggage, 30lbs to each Passenger. Fricght and Passenger« must
aunt's— va ^ r :
Silver Star, •Snowdrift, Sovereign, reached. 1.538,260 bales, exceeding
land depart! daily, Sunday! excepted.
*>e way-billed. Passenger fare paid in advance.
Star. State, Standard, Sunflower, last year by 184.970, and the yeat
J M. V aughs ,
N eri A cklf . b ,
aunt's— can vow ctrv :
H arry F loyd ,
■onda»! Wednesdays, Friday!, «pm.a
Washington, Windsor and Zipp’s | before by 182,689.
•kaya Thursdays A Saturdays“« 45m.
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