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Blackfoot Idaho News (Newspaper) - August 16, 1890, Blackfoot, IdahoThe Idaho news. Published every saturday Sorman Joses publisher. All orders for Job work of any kind a Rill be promptly attended to. Entered at the Post office at Blackfoot Idaho for transmission As second class mail matter the Idaho news. Vol. 4. Blackfoot Idaho saturday August 16, 1890. No 11. The Idaho news. Terms one year by mail.3,00 six months. Three months. La a rates furnished on application Utah amp Northern time card Zoino South. Past mail at 4 30 a. M. Accommodation at 3 02 p. A going South. Fast mail at 5 25 a. M. Accommodation at 10 30 p. M. Danl sopi. Wont it pay you ? to buy your goods of us and pay All around Home. Hats hats i wish to Call your attention to the fact that i am Belling hats at greatly reduced prices. As summer is nearly Over i will give you your Choice for half Price. In order to make room for fall Stock. Also ladies underwear at half their real value. Ladies lament Over hard work no More but come and secure the self attaching dress stay. Special Sale on gloves and mitts ladies and childrens Hose Windsor ties corsets and handkerchiefs. Mrs. A. E. Bars Hart Luce receiver u. S. Land office. Notary. Canc John Montgomery land attorney heal estate fire and life insurance agent. Blackfoot Idaho. I re present three of the very Best companies in the a Cilc insurance Union Liverpool lion Don and Globe German american of new York and Northwest fire us id Marine. Portland Oregon also the travellers of Hartford. Have Good ranch and town property for Sale. Parties having ranches for Sale will find it to a heir interest to list them with to. Ornt for the National eeb ool furnishing company of Chicago. Dont fail to Call and see our bran new line of elegant hats and Caps for the Little boys and girls received this week. C. Bunting amp co. The bargain counter at c. Bunting amp co. Is at All times filled with bargains that Are simply immense. Call and see them. C. Bunting or , 6.y.wallace, a by inting amp co., Bankers Blackfoot Idaho. Transacts general banking business Medicine Lodge country has a Fine Grain and Hay crop this season c. Bunting amp co., Are out this week with a new a had Quot read it. We Hile talking politics dont forget to talk of the county fair. General Veasey has been elected grand commander of the g. A. R. Preaching at the Baptist Church sunday morning and evening. The state Union of the w. C. To u. Will meet in Blackfoot on Friday september 12 the. The news is a few hours late today on account of waiting for convention proceedings. A b. Cutshaw of Market Lake is prominently spoken of for sheriff on the Republican ticket. Winters Stewart Wright and Whittier Are the named candidates for District attorney on the Republican Side. Services by the pastor sunday mowing and evening at the methodist Church. All Are invited. Mrs. Sweet and daughter of Kansas Are Here on a visit to the families of Jas. Fisher and c. P. Pierce. Texas big convention of two thousand delegates nominated a Hogg for governor. A heavy rain visited this Section of country last saturday evening and sunday morning. Johnson amp Jones will move into their new Brick building just completed in a few Days. The Young folks on the West 3�de had a very pleasant dance at the residence of mrs. J. P. Porter tuesday evening last. Scatter blessings and the blossoms will cheer you by the Wayside sow neglect and its thorns will obstruct your pathway. Envy does not hurl her darts at mediocrity but thick and fast her arrows fall around the brow of Honor. When a Man is Cut out for one profession he begins to claim that he was Cut out for another. Or. Bateman dentist will be in Blackfoot August 20th, and remain a Short to me. A big contest Case involving the fair grounds at Eagle Rock was up in the land office tuesday. One primary and two county conventions at Blackfoot this week have kept the political Waters slightly agitated. Miss Lizzie Gallagher of Pocatello spent two Days with miss Blanche Jones first of the week. Ranchers should save every Pound of Hay possible. It looks now As if Montana will need it ail. The Pocatello delegation supported by two other delegates voted solidly for another Campaign on the old anti mormon Racket. The vote in the Republican convention wednesday to declare the anti mormon party non eat stood seventeen to seven. Pride won a Victory at the Boise primary that made capital City republicans Rock like a crumbling Tower. W. P. Ramsey has bought half interest in w. F. Mel Lieke a reservation store at Ross Fork. A Large delegation of Eagle rockers were Down last tuesday in the fair grounds contest Case. Blackfoot will not Send any tourists to the National Park this year. Times Are too Lively at Home. The Motlach country in North Idaho is making 75 bushels of wheat to the acre this season. This is no far off Story. It is according to the Scales language. Rev. Or. Lyons returned wednesday from a very pleasant trip through the Roxburg and Teton country. The Republican convention wednesday afternoon and evening took four recesses and went into executive session twice. To Money to loan on approved Security. J. F. Brown is now constructing a mile race track near town that is to be controlled by the Blackfoot racing association. He expects to have it completed for the fall race. Episcopal services will be held in the court House sunday morning and evening he Rev. John Dawson of Eagle Rock. Or c. W. Berryman did not propose to to a War on the nose in the state convention he would not go under instructions and so when nominated respectfully declined. Supt. Williamb of fort Hall Indian school has gone to Carlisle Pennsylvania with six pupils from his school to be placed in the higher school at Carlisle. Capt. Howard of Ogden military a Ademy spent tuesday in this town. Blackfoot will probably Send four or five pupils to that school sept 1st. The dance Given at the new building of Johnson amp Jones last thursday evening is said to have been a most enjoyable affair. Dont forget the speaking at the court House to night. The ladies Are extended a cordial invitation to attend. The Range in the Vicinity of Spring Hill Montana is almost Barren. A gentleman who travelled 125 Miles Over it last week said there was not grass enough in the 125 Miles to fatten 125 head of cattle. A rate of one and one fifth fare is offered by the Union Pacific Railroad to those who desire to attend the Idaho methodist Eon Ferenc to be held at Union Oregon August 25th. Mrs. Shelbourne presented this office with a Nice assortment of fruit thurs Daj evening for which she will please accept thanks. A Large number of prominent democrats from All Over the county Are in town to Day attending the county convention. It is said that Whittier paid nine dollars for a message giving him an account of the Republican convention proceedings. Caribou shipped 154 ounces of Gold dust to the assay office at Boise City last week. It was run into one Brick and valued at 3,093.32. Died in Bellevue Idaho wednesday August 6th, 1890, George Kenneth Wheeler aged three years Dine months and fourteen Days the Only child of Geo. P. And Jennie Wheeler. George Robe than made a trip to his Montana ranch last week. He thinks Idaho a far Superior state for All purposes and will soon close out his Rauch and Stock business in Montana and invest the proceeds nearer Home. Kansas and Missouri Are already making enquiries about Idabo potatoes. The crop in those states is a partial failure. Hon. W. D. Hill sex congressman of Ohio is visiting in the state at present guest of capt Eichelberger of Pocatello he is an eloquent speaker and will address the democratic club at Blackfoot this Friday evening at the court House. Done to Tail to hear him. The ladies of the w. C. T. A entertained a full House at the methodist Church wednesday evening with their monthly services. Mrs. Reeves presided. The programme was unusually entertaining. Private advices from one of the Best informed men in Cassia county Tel us that Dubois and Wood made no impression on the voters when on a recent visit to that county and that the democrats Are getting closer together than Ever before. Good for Cassia and her Noble democracy. The news rarely Ever boasts of its achievements but it does take some solid Comfort in the overthrow of the anti mormon party. We commenced the fight with the first prospects of statehood and we Are proud to Day to think that we shall have a Campaign now on party lines and party men lifted above some of the dirty things of the past. The remains of the Man found on an Island sunday morning below the Snake River Bridge have been positively identified As those of Moore of Boise City who with Young Hopson of an Engineer corps was drowned while making soundings of the rivet near Eagle Rock Bome months ago. The news gave particulars of the drowning at the time and also of the recovery of the body of Young Hopson and shipment thereof to friends in South Carolina. Work has been rapidly going on at the fair grounds for the past week. The fences have been fixed up and the buildings Are now in Good condition. Some needed work on the race track will soon be completed and it is stated that it will be the Best track in the state. With the advantage of having the Best crops raised for years we see nothing in the Way of making a grand display one which will reflect much credit and greatly advertise our new state a times. Married. Wednesday morning August Letb at 4 30 o clock by Rev g. 0. Stull or. Ralph t. Morgan and miss fila Murphy the Groom and Bride left on the South bound train for Salt Lake City and Ogden and will spend their honeymoon in those cities by the Lake. The hour was too Early for the town s congratulations hut they follow them with kindest wishes that their happiest Days Are yet to come. Republican county convention. Sex Delegate Dabolt endorsed by a vote of 13 to 11. Delegates to the state convention. Slaughter of the anti mormon party Etc. The Republican county convention called to elect delegates to the state convention to be held at Boise City August 20th, met in the court House at Blackfoot wednesday afternoon. The meeting was called to order by j. B. Cutshaw of Market Lake w e. Wheeler was made temporary chairman and a thumb Secretary. A committee of five was appointed on credentials and one of three on resolutions and then the convention took a recess for half an hour. Reassembling at the expiration of one hour the report of the committee on credentials was made and accepted. The committee on resolutions next offered their report endorsing Harrison a administration. The Republican party for its action on Silver and Lead what it had done for statehood Etc., and concluded with a Strong Plank for exd Elegate Dubois and for judge Sweet for Congress. A motion to adept the resolutions brought attorney Stewart to his feet with a motion that the convention resolve itself in executive session for the purpose of discussing the resolutions which passed and the court room was cleared of visitors and spectators. After an animated discussion in this Star chamber the resolutions were adopted by a vote of 13 toll. The convention then took a recess to 7 30, reassembling at 7 30 the temporary organization was made permanent and the committee proceeded to elect delegates to the state convention with the following result m. Patrie h. M. Yager s. U. Winters w. E. Wheeler h. W. Curtis t. M. Stewart Geo. W. Dashed Buck Unsderfer George f. Gagon and de Hasey. Another motion followed for an executive session and the visitors and spectators again filed out into the darkness of the night this time the executive session lasted about two hours and when the convention re opened it was Given out that the old anti mormon party had been slaughtered and its Central committee declared non est. The Yote for a straight Republican party stood 17 to 7. A Central committee was next elected As follows John Wil Liams t. C. Brandon w. H. A Crow h. W. Keifer l. W. West de Hasey Fred Stevens Geo. Gorton Geo dash and j. J. Guheen. After this the convention adjourned sine die. Following adjournment the Central committee met and organized by electing l. W. West chairman and a Guheen Secretary and the following Call was made. A the Republican county Central committee give notice and respectfully ask that the republicans of the various precincts hold their primaries on monday August 25 the for the Pur pose of electing delegates to county convention to be held at Pocatello saturday August 30th, to nominate county officers. The following App or Tio Ninet has been made precincts. No. Delegates. Henry. 1 Beaver Canon. 1 Medicine lodge.1 Camas. 2 Market Lake. 1 st. Anthony. 1 Teton Basin. 1 Rexburg. 1 Higham. 1 Willow Creek. 1 Eagle Rock .3 Blackfoot. I Danilson Springs. 1 Little Blackfoot. 1 Pocatello. .8 Portneuf. 1 Oxford. 1 Gentile Valley. 1 Chesterfield. 1 soda Springs. 2 Caribou. 2 Howe. I i w. West chairman j. J. Guheen Secretary. Mew goods one car Load of Oats one car Load of bran and shorts. One car Load of Coal Oil. One car Load of Ham Bacon and lard. One car Load Milwaukee Beer. One car Load of sugar. Provo blankets new dry goods hats Caps Etc. Gome and see our cheap bargain counter. C. Bunting amp for everybody dust receive new dry goods arriving daily. Call and see will be sold cheap mrs. S. E. Holbrook. D. H. Birth an s the immense Stock of menus and boys boots an d shoes. The Large line of men s and youths clothing. The Complete line of childrens clothing just received. His Complete line of shirts underwear neckwear and gloves. His Complete line of Wail paper furniture and window shades his Complete line of carpets Oil cloths linoleum blankets and quilts this Complete line of hardware tinware Barb wire Woodenware and brushes. His Complete line of crockery glassware stoneware lamps and fruit jars. His Complete line of harness saddles and everything connected with it. The a a Garland stove the very Best made for cooking or heating. I al of have other makes of stove sewing machines trunks a hand bags and clocks if Yon have not seen any or All of my goods come and see them. No trouble to show goods i will always sell As cheap As the cheapest and in Many things cheaper than anyone. All my guaranteed As represented. Give me a Call and be convinced that the above is True. Respectfully d. H. Biethan Blackfoot Idaho

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