Image provided by: Harney County Library; Burns, OR
About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1890)
PROCEEDING* <>!• TH E TEACH EKS
P ropbiktor .
The lato elections largely tncreas-
W. II. CANADAY,
The following isa summary oflj number of gUUg wl;jch have
the proceedings of the Harney Co. | ¿clnocratic klíiíjaturí
Nothing hut first claw pictures leaves this Gallery. Duplicates
l’eaeher s Institute, just closed.
lowing states have democratic ma-
furnished at reduced rates,
Give me a call.
It convened in the church build-. [jority on joint ballot: Alabama,
A Teri Rile C.»nllai¿Ti;l
i ng, at Burns, at 11 o clock, a m, i Arkansas, Delaware, Florida. Geor
A special from
ooster. Indiana November 2-lth.
gia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mary-
dated the Dth, says a terrible
Die following teachers were pre- land, Michigan. Mississippi. Mis
llngration occured in Winslow, Pike ,-ent;
Dealer in General Merchandise
'souri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New
county, this morning. The who!
"di ssrs G. L. Storv, G. 0. Hen York, North Carolina, Ohio, Rhode
H abxbt C o ..
tow n was wiped out of existent«
O regon .
The houses weie all fraine struct dricks. Joo. E. Roberts, M. N. l'egt- Island, South Carolina, Tennessee,
D. L. & N. GRACE. Proprietors,
While not yet in full operutlun, lx doing EVERY VARIETY ot Job Print-
lire» anti the fire spread so rapid! i Icy. A. F. Ritterbusch, and Supt. Texas. Virginia, West Virginia,
ing neatly and promptly,
mid so fieri-, ly, I «I all the 1-l!..|tr < has Newell: and Misses Min 1.«
Thi, office i> strictly new in every respect, both type and presses, and skill-
of the people to.-xi guish it prove d Jackson. Sara Effie Mack, Phoebe Wisconsin, Montana. Illinois, Indi
iul printers await employment.
ana. Kansas, and South Dakota
unii vailing Not a house
L Kcllcv Emily Jlowscr, Carrie making 28 in all while the republi
Hand in your orders
m r.-’oi s
Caw' held. Maude Ragon, Mollie cans have majorities on joint ballot
For Letter Heads. Note Heads, Bill Heads, Statements, Envel-
»men and Mrs. \\ orthington. in the othir fifteen.
opes, Business Cards, Posters, Hand Bills, Calling Cards,
Wedding Cabinets, Funeral Notices, etc.,
nade fur the sudden corning of such i’rof A. r. Kitlerbusch was elected
How the fire originat secretar}’ and Miss .Mollie Lehman
All Job Material ia fresh, »nd of best quality. Prices reasonable
Indian I rouble.
ed it is not ascertained, but it is assistant.
A Committee on resolu
supposed to have been causi d I»v a
The-Indians are still keeping up
CASH ! ! !
defective flue. 'I here will be iiiuch tions and a committee on introduc their ghost dance and threaten the
tion was appointed by bupt. Newell
buffering among the people.—Ex.
OREGON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY.
U. S. soldiers with the fate of Cus-
ex-offieer, and the pro
Has a Large and Complete Stix-k of General Merchandise, which
C itizen ■ (?f Burns
The situation is certainly
will be sold to people dirt cheap CASH! Give him a call before
the iirel gram for the day was taken up. alarming and the settlers are pray
above carefull v,
WHOLESALE <t RETAIL IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
jumping into a lumber wagon and sloppingover the mountain in
reading you do not UDuerbtand it Pr<>f. M. N. I’igth-v introduced the ing the soldier» to come to their
the snow and rain.
Bedrock Prices for CASH ONLY Illi
well enough to properly digest the
relief. The Indian dance is now
meaning, read it the second tune A. 1‘. Ritterbusch fol owed.
being carried on at Wounded Knee,
Messrs. Fegtley and Ritterbusch
or sufficient number of times that
and the red devils openly announce
you may feel and clearly compre were opposed to giving specific rules if the soldiers attempt to take Lit
on the first day I oyond the general
hend our own sickly situation.
tle Jack, Red Cloud, Big Road and
“do right.” Prof. Story
ilio report given above says
Little away, they will cut off the
‘ there was no fire department and spoke in favor of specific rules. soldiers ears and otherwise maim
.Miss Lehman. Messrs. Roberts
no provision made for the sudden
them. Every officer on the ground
Hendricks and Miss Jackson
coimng of such a calamity.
looks on the situation as being
ther ‘•there will 1c much suffering took part in the in the discus- very critical, and say it is probable
TOILET ARTICLES, GLASS, PUTTY A«.
Sl ’ »!!.
Mr. Story then was chosen
among the pcopl?.
at any time that 6000 or 8000 In-
How would it I c with us in erme.
Gians may sweep down on the
In the afternoon, first Prof. Storv
W. E GRACE, PKorRiKTOR,
case such a calamity should be
fall our town?
If such does occur before rein
BOOTS, SHOES A DRY GOODS, STOCK COMPLETE.
Would their be much suffering? piano. 1 hen followed a discussion forcement» arrive, nothing short of
If the merchandise, and especially
A Large As»ortm«nt «Ï
a miracle can save them from Cus
All orders receive jirompt and careful attention, with ONE l’RIC £.
the groceries, flour and bacon, now
to ever; body.
ter s fate,
in the stores of our town for winter grounds against the use of spelling
settlers on Muddy and ¿^“Proprietors of Huntington Warehouse, solicit correspondence.
FÍNE CUTLERY. ÈWT3ONS. Etc
use, were destroyed bv lire, and books, advocating that a rational Heart rivers have been warned by
H ab just been R lived.
our homes meet with the same fate system of teaching spelling books the Sioux to look out fur thetn-
who can depict the want, starvation a ere useless, and who studied sclvis.
w- M. Jorgensen;
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUND««
from the spelling Look orthography
and -Euflcnngs of our people.
Everything guaranteed pure and of the very best «[«ality.
miles from the railroad, snow prob-
A circular from the department Permanently Cured without Cutting
PATENT MEDICINES SOLD AT MARKED PRICE
bly 4 feet deep, and th«» people left fully bi ll v.*s in the Qu n y school of the interior lately announced an Buriring or Dilating, A perfectly
instruction on orthography. Prof
without means of sub isti nee
important change in the land law. painless treatment and a guareeti- Watches and Jewelry, Clocks
W hat would be our condition be Hendricks illustrated his method of By its terms no person can file or teed cure in every case, no matter
fore help could reach us? Our teaching by blackboard exercises: enter more than 320 acres of pub how long standing. This treat Repairs Watches, Clocks and Sew-
ment for Stricture, of Dr. Boxwell’s,
ii g Machines.
merchants would be so crippled Prof regtley believed that oral and lic lands hereafter. For instance, is the greatest discovery known to
First door east of Postofhce,
that it would he impossible for
if one files on 320 acres of land, he Medicine. It dissolves and coni-
them to put ni» suitable buildings Newel indorsed him in Lis views. is forever barred from entering or pletely removes the Stricture with Burns, Oregon.
and get another stock of goods be Miss Lehman read a well written filing on any other claim under the out annoyance or pain to the pa-
T011 SOCIAL PARLOR,
paper on clasp drill. Miss loung
fore next mm nor.
WM. II. GASS.
various acts of congress providing tient.
ä MYNATT, P rop ' s
A terrible winter, in this northern
for the disposal of the public domain
climate. upon tlio peonie with noth on the piano. Messrs. Hendricks, Ibis law, however, will not prevent Peculiar to their Sex. ami not prop Everything in their line guaranteed
er to usine here, including all those
ing to subsist upon, the bitter cry I’egtlev. Rittirl uscii and Newell, any one who acquired public land delicate Infirmities and Weaknesses
This House has a wide and well known name, and under the man
to be done satisfactorily.
ot despair would go up from every
previous to August 30th last from which they woul«l shrink from dis ¿®*The only place in Burns you msnt of the present proprietor it is bound to go further up the ladder
household for help in tune of need , Canni Id made remarks on writing. filing upon 320 acres more, provided closing to' their family physician,
fame and renown. No pai ns spared to please guests. Sure to s
can get baths.
1 uesdav morning: Mrs. Canfield
but I rovideme helps those wdio
he has nut exhausted his rights pre permanently cured in less time than
was ever known to Medicine before,
rend an intelligent paper upon the
help themselves, and in the
bv Dr. Boxwell’s “New System of
Hence of the very necessaries of life,
...... ...... It rejuvenates the geo-
Ileal Estate Agent.
Pierce (S. D.,) Nov. 21.—Captian I reatment.
nulbmg to appease the erv of the Miss Roberts, Mrs. \\ orthington
ito-urinary organs and makes weak
Office with W. E (»race, Coun
people, their prayers would of course mui Mcstr». Newell, Ritterbu tell Nomile, a special Indian agent, men strong.
iMF*Good table service, and tables furnished with all market affe
amount to naught. \\ hat would
l e the natural result of such a ca on the subject.
I or Sale.
A fine of 25 cents was imposed for river, where lie went un receipt of a special examination. But those
lamity to the Citizens of Burns?
who cannot possibly call, should
abeence. 1 he time for speakers report that the Indians, on account write, stating their case fully. Med
160 arce farm, well watered and
«as imite« to 1.» minutes tor the of the Messiah dance, were failing icine sent by mail or express, sealed improved. 1J miles from Burns.
i h at excellent il lust rated liter-
leading speakers, and to five mm to attend the distribution of rations free from exposure, to all parts of | Terms: $800 down.
ary journal, West Shore, offers five
and killing cattle. He reports that Pacific coast. Address:
utes for volunteers.
M m . M iller , Agent.
splendid prizes fur competition in a
W m . A. B oxwell , M. D.,
Hiztory uns introduced by G. O he found the Indians much excited
ZOUHNS oirculating tubrarí
word contest, open to all its subseri-
Consulting Physician, St Paul
Hendricks, followed by Miss Ida snd keeping up their ghost danc‘S Dispensary, Portland, Oregon.
Roberts, Mr. Newell, Mrs Canfield, with a zest and preservance that is
ship in either the Portland or Sa
P roprietor .
J. C. WELCOME
He found Sharp Rod
Miss Jackson, G. L. Story . M
lem bv.flltiers college; a life-size
A. F. Ritti'rbuseh with about 300 braves of the Two
CHAS. W. BYRD,
1 he subject was thoroughly dis Kettle band all painted up and act
Object of opening th!« buiincaa in connect Un with the Free Reading R oom ia te obiaii
painting ot Sanano roses: a set of cuss.-.1.
Fund« for purchasing books for a Public Library fur Burns—The lot fur the building is
ing in a very suspicious manner. J W. ASHFORD.
TERMS: Mam berth ip Fee »12 a year. Reading Fee ¡De. Depoait of 25c. or Retail arica
Chambers encyclopedia, and
Afternoon began with a piece of The famous Steps, the Cripple, had
odical or Book, made with the Librarian, in every instance. Sand fur Catalogue»
Ashforà à Boyà
copy of the new edition of Webster’s music by Prof. McCoy and Miss
iW-The Librarian is «Rent for and will take Sul s ripliur.g at the I.oweat Rates far
had told them that they had better
- P ro .V idical, and order any Book, published in the United Stales or Canada Also sheut M
PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS,
unabridged dictionary. bull pai Young. Prof. Fegtley introduced
Picture«. WurU of Art, House building Deelgn«, Etc.
keep on their guard. Some of the
ticulars and rules of the contest ui Fundamental Rules in Arithmetic,
—G ENERAL REPAIRING—
Offlec in W. E Grace's Drug fetore
published in West Shore of Novelli followed bv Messrs. Ritterbusch.
Hendricks ami Newell, and Miss tlie hostiles had urged them to go
her 8th. Here is a chance for the 1.entmin. Mrs Can fie «I introduced
and join in the ghosts dances, mak DR.H.M. HORTON
winning of valuable prizes in a con the study of Geography. Messrs.
ing threats if they did not. Enough
. . B urns O regon . Promptly executed. The building hit« been en
test that is purely intellectual and Newell, Story, Fegtley and Miss
force will be sent against them to
larged and improved and is nrepared to turn
hnu none of the t k ments of gamb Roberts m..de some remarks on the
Office at resilience, in th** J o ’ mi Robin«oti out all kind« of blacksmithing on short notice
kill them all. They duini tostane! buildiiiK, «»><'« is prepare«! to «’tend to the and iu the best style Term«: Cash.
T. J. MORRISON «i BYERLEY,
. . . . Proprie
practice of denAstry in all it« brain he«.
Ititterl usch handled the subjects in great fear ot the hostiles.—Silver Teeth extracted without pain by aid of gn«s.
Everything in the furniture line always on hand.
1. C. D. and L. C. M. Common State.
Give him a call before purchasing elsewhere
P resides :■ ?a:.K, of in ■ farmers fractions was considered by Messrs
Alliance, is very jubilent over the Hendricks, Ritterbusch and Fegt-
T V .EMBREE, M. D.
A man who has practiced medi
AddreM. Hon. Daniel F. Beat
A fine of 25 cents was imposed
de ot Sil tv, Washington, New Jersey.
onice at hl«
result of the ck< tion In an in
cine for-10 years,ought to know salt vies
1er tardiness. Adjourned.
River, ter. irilek Lelu-.v
terview at Washington, he said: foWednesda v morning session : Be from sugar: read what he says:
“I p to the present time it is cer gan by reading of minutes and n
Toledo, O , Jan. 10, 1887.
tain the next congress will contain lovely piece of music by 1’rof. Me-
Mi ssrs. F. J. Cheney & Co.
Ex-Mayor Daniel F. Beatty
Mrs. Worthington then pre-
D. I. GRACE
thirty-eight straight out a lomee
Washington, New Jersey
ote«! a !>n|>< r on decimal fraetions
[.«nd Fling«, Con’est BlAuka, Applications for
men, and there are 12 or 15
Miss Jackson. Messrs. Fegtley, general practice of medicine for Publication .Notice«, conectly fitd promptly
who are pledged to us. 1 hese men N« «dl. Hendrick», ami Miss Leh most 40 years, and would say that attended to. Deed«. Note«, and Mortgage«
egibly drawn up. Charge« rcaauuabie. 11—ó0
are from the south and northwest, man discussed the subject at length in all my practice and experience
Stoddart and Co., JNO. W. SAYER
two sections in which most of our In the absence of Prof. Roberts, have never seen a preparation that
work was dono. The Alliance in
Pensio n and(jlaim A
I could prescribe with as much
A TTO R N E Y• AT - L A W.
Ncdruska, Minnesota and Iowa is subject of Percentage and its Ap condfience of success as I can
plication. His blackboard analysis
Office: BURNS, OR.
Keeps constantly on hand a large Hock of
not our organization, and is not was clear and comprehensive. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, manufactured
amalgamated with us, but it made Newell and Fegtley advocated | by you. Have prescribed it a great
C. A. SWEF.K.
the same tight and will join us thia teaching )»ereetitage by «trilling the I many times and its effect is wonder
winter. Our alliance will co-oper
ful, and would sav in conclusion
Opposite U. 8. Patent Office.
Oiiice: Burn» Oregon.
ate with any farmers' association, indorsed their suggestions ami ad that I have yet to tin«! a case of Ca
vocated the teaching of mental ar
and in a little while we will have a ithmetic in connection with written. tarrh that it would not curt1, if they
All person having Claims for
glip on the situation in almost
Afternoon session was opened would take according to directions.
Pension Increase of Pensiou. or of
AU kinds of surface lumber tborenghly sesso sed fer buMdlag purposes sad
every corner of the land We are
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
KEPL’CKD PR ICI.
any nature whatever against the
here to stay Thia great reform was introduced by Miss Ida Rob
Goucrnment, should write to us for
Office, 215 Summit St.
information. Proposed new laws
movement will not eease until it erts. Miss Mack illustrated her
method of class work, showing her
We will give $100 for any case of B urns , ............................ O regon . affecting. Soldiers rights fully ex
has impressed itself indelibly in self master of the subject. Messrs.
I Catarrh that can not be c,ired with Coller ion*. Land business, aud Real plained. Advice free.
the nation's history. Financial re Newel), Jj’egtlev ami Ritterbusch Hall's Catarrh Cure Taken inter Estate matter promptlv attended tu.
NO FEE UNLESS CLAIM IS AI^
form is a tw4R-.sit v of tin1 hour, and folh'wed in the discussion. Prof nally.
Coy plaj ed on his violin. Gram
A Good rn>\<i all the wav.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props ,
it must com
W W. Cardwell
mar was introduced. Miss Mack.
M ssrs Newell. Ritterbusch and
Sol«I bv Druggists, 75c.
TnVRMAN predicts a still greater Miss Lehman, and Prof, regtlev
B vbxs , O r .
victory for deimw
I S’»2 believed in diagramming as being
Pram-s* in »II the courts of the Sute.
Advice t»> M then.
before the U S I.aud Office
Juke: Harney Citv and Bu rns
Ht savi “I he
of great importance in tea< hing Mr«. Wlniow'i Soothing Svrnp has a*ed been
*»v vniVlun« of «nothere for children teeihin« fur
L and M atters a S pecialty .
Burns-Canyon Stage Line
John ID Rooerts
iiitnt. <1 , ,
new Hi.d rei
>1 r.’irv grammar
fl..y 'i«rs v»i!h puT’<*«.t «tin *•« I? relieve«
th« Ithle «»IFerer «? once. produces nataral,
I. J ewitt . P roprietor .
a st roti c
for the cou
u”ie< • c*p ’’ f: retag th* rhil-1 from pnin
Leaves Bum cu Mondays. Wedneadaya, and Fridays, at < a. ■>
the lute «beruh awake« ««‘•bright
r H MURPHY.
!C ; .< . »
Prineville, and I.akevlaw stacca, at Buras. Geo4
irmd. sine die
«i « ’><• net. • ay« pain. »*■
whii h will , \
wla< reg ' a
the b»«« «. ata «
be«t know« rvcnetly for dlrrnbte-*,
t a . M c K innon .
k« • Left*«
HAY A GRAIN
2Ä, for ti
BOOK 4 THE NEW JOB OFFCE
: e isiie
t »aid pre
Cash i i
THE BURNS FUTNI1URE STORE.
ide nt« a
n said cc
fter the 4
d this 10
tice is he
now all in
r, 1890, d
. Tiger, <1
, letters t
1 estate, i
, to prese
of this 1
day of N