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Blackfoot Idaho News (Newspaper) - December 13, 1890, Blackfoot, IdahoThe Idaho news. Published Evelly saturday. Is o r m a x Jones publisher. All orders for Job work of any kind will be promptly attended to. Bothered at the Posto lice at Blackfoot Idaho for transmission a second class mall matter Utah amp Northern time card going North. Fast mail at 4 30 a. M. Accommodation at 3 g2 a m. Going South. Fast mail at 5 25 a. In. Accommodation at 10 .30 p. M. Not Harrison a but Danilson a. We congratulate our friends and customers upon the great bargains they have heretofore bought of us and do recommend that they Call upon us now for something still better. We Are carrying a splendid Stock for the season As Well As Holiday goods and we will not be undersold by any House in the county. An inspection of Stock and prices will satisfy the closest buyer. W. H. Dag Ilsoe John Montgomery West main st. Blackfoot Idaho Pioneer real estate had inst manse Agency business residence and ranch property Choice town lots in my own plat of Blackfoot and in the Idaho land co s addition to Blackfoot for which i am agent am also agent for the Liverpool London and Globe German american and the Northwest fire and Marine insurance cons. The National school furnishing company of Chicago the North German Lloyd steamship co. Secretary and treasurer of Eastern Idaho water co., the Blackfoot irrigation and West Branch canal companies. I3f�?�land attorney notary Public is coming and with it a Slaughter in prices of hats. Your Choice at Cost. Young Man make your a Best girl Quot Happy by buying her a Xmas present you la find a variety at mrs. A. E. Barnhart insolvency notice. In the District court of third judicial District county of Bingham state of Idaho. In the matter of Herbert Horsely anal Casc Klah Moore partners under the Ann name of ii. Moore a co., insolvent debtors the petition schedule and inventory of h. Moore a of. Bavin been duly received and filed in this court and it appearing therefrom satisfactory to the court that said h. Moore st co. Are insolvent it is therefore hereby declared by the 3ourt that said h. Moore st cols insolvent and the sheriff of Bing Ham county Idaho is hereby requested ordered and directed to take charge and Possession of All the estate both real and personal of the said h. Moore &co., except such As May be by Law exempt from execution and of their deeds vouchers books of accounts and papers and keep same safely until appointment of an Assignee. It is further ordered that All persons be and Are hereby forbidden top a any d-1 to owing the said h Moore die co a a a. It it to to them claimed or owned it t pm t e a use. And All persons a j forbidden to Haw transferred to them any property by said ii. Moore a co., and they Are forbidden to Transfer same. And it further ordered that 6th Day of december 1800, a t the court room of this court in the town of Blackfoot. At 10o clock a m. Of Aid Day be and the aame la hereby appointed an the time and place for a meet nor of the creditors of tha said h. Moore in co. To prove their debts and to choose one or More assignees of the estate of said h. Moore amp co. It la further ordered that tin Idaho news a newspaper of Genera circulation published at Blok food Idaho tie designated a the news paper in which publication Hereof must be made. And it is further ordered that ail Legal proceedings against said insolvent be and Are hereby stayed. C. H. I1efhy, judge. Dated , 9d. Ud0, the Idaho news. The Idaho news. One thanti and another. Preaching sunday evening at the methodist Church. Blackfoot is Well represented at Boise City this week. Mrs. Harry Curtis has been quite sick this week. Services at the Baptist Church both morning and evening sunday All cordially invited. Rey. Or Stull has been acting in Register Ansons place during his absence in Boise City. Arrangements Are being made for grand Ball at the opera House on Christmas eve. Senator Rogers family is with him in Boise City and his children Are attending school in that City. Harry Curtis and attorney Rapp have returned from a few Days visit to the state capital. Seventeen new members have joined the Good Templar Lodge in Black foot since november 1st last. Hank Garwitz is shipping several car loads of baled Hay to Butte City Montana. Boise City will be livelier this Winter Tau Eyer known before. Her hotel capacity is taxed to its utmost to accommodate visitors. Dont forget the spelling Bee at the court House to igbo. A Good time will be yours if you attend. The delay in mail matter prevent our publication of interesting news from Boise City. Dont fail to hear Rev. Lyons Sermon sunday evening on a courtship and marriage. Mrs. Holbrook has a new a a add in this Issue. Read it and see what she has to say. Dave Biethan happened to an Accident last Friday evening. It did not Hurt him much but he says he never will forget How it happened. Mrs. Bingham of Ogden Mother of the late mrs. Hopkins will we Are id formed remain in Blackfoot for a few weeks. Hafer amp Mester have received their Stock of furniture and Are now ready for business. All the Blackfoot boys at the Ogden military Academy will visit the old folks at Home Xmas week. The methodist Sabbath school is making arrangements for a grand time Christmas eve. A Christmas tree will he one of the attractions. Next week a Story entitled a the delinquent tax list Quot will appear in the news. John a Guheen is the author. The new furniture store and mrs. Warren s building have Lieen newly painted and now present a much better appearance. The Brick work on attorney Reeves new residence has been completed and the carpenters now have it in charge. Bingham county delegates to the commercial convention have been honorable recognized on committees and we Are pleased to note the fact it is said that some of the indians of fort Hall reservation have gone to Spring Hill Montana to join Lemhi indians in a ghost dance. H. A Mondshein the jeweler has moved his establishment to the old Pioneer drug store where be will be pleased to see All needing work in his line. For new boots and shoes or for general repairing Call on h. Wagner at the old Pioneer drug store. A Fine assortment of new Holiday goods just received at the Pioneer drug store. Call and see them. For blankets and quilts go to d. H. Biethan he has the largest assortment at the Best prices. Attorney t. A Stewart has moved his Law of free to the building formerly occupied by judge Morgan one door South of the new office. al .1, Pohse gets advantages that to other town in the state can claim hence she should and perhaps will get the agricultural College. Scarlet fever has made its appearance in the upper Ulac toot country. It is reported that the Childre of several families Are Down with it. Some one in the dark hours of wednesday night robbed or. Robert tenants cloth Tine of 10 or 12 dollars Worth of clothing. No clue to the thief has yet been found Rev. J. W. Bennett of Bozeman will preach in the methodist Church on thursday evening of next week at prayer meeting hour. All who May attend will be welcomed. From a Telegram received wednesday evening we learn that Mother Charles Mother Superior of st. Mary s Academy Salt Lake died in that City Early wednesday morning. Our editor has been in Boise City aii the week attending the commercial convention. Next week he will have something to Bay As to what was done by that body. All the prominent politicians of the state Are now at Boise City trying to make and unmake United states senators. Excitement is said to be running to the highest pitch. Age comes to every Man but Fate is kind to woman fair for when she reaches Twenty eight she stops right then and there. The members of the a third House Are All in Boise City and Are said to be making things Lively around their Headquarters. The Bingham county delegation at Boise City was pained to learn of the death of mrs. Judge Hopkins and Straightway telegraphed a message of condolence to the judge in his hour of deep affliction and trouble. We have been unable to get the governor s message in time for this Issue. It seems impossible when anything is going on at Boise Citer to get any news from there. We Haye Only received one paper from that City this week and yet two dailies Are published and it is claimed mailed regularly s. H. H. Clark has been appointed to the general manage ship of the Union Pacific. He formerly held this same position but upon the Ascendancy of or. Adams to the presidency of the Road he with a number of others was summarily beheaded. A Man whose name we did not learn was run Over and killed by the switch engine Pocatello Early thursday morning. The accidental death rate of this now City is becoming alarming. We Are much gratified at the election of miss Reevy to an honorable position in the Senate of our first legislative Assembly. This is an Honor most worthily bestowed. A big wreck on the Oregon Short line near Glenn a ferry has knocked us out of All of our Boise City mail this week hence the shortage of legislative news to Day. Improvements Are seen springing up in every direction in Blackfoot. With the Energy displayed Here we Are hound to become a flourishing City in the near future. The Man who comes to our office with an item of news is always Welcome. He who comes with an item of news and the Money to pay up his subscription can sit right Down and place his feet upon the table. The Farmers Alliance of Latah county have decided to establish a general store in Moscow with capital Stock of $200,000. They will erect a two Story Brick building and make this store a wholesale Center for All Northern Idaho. A pronouncing and spelling Bee upon an entirely new and novel plan will take place in the court room next Friday evening december 12. Nothing like it Ever witnessed in Black foot three valuable prizes will be Given. The contestants Are limited to Twenty and the words to be pronounced and spelled to 200. The statement has been made that Blaine will not be a candidate in 92. The statement has been made that Green cheese enters into the composition of the Moon has it not the senatorial fight at Boise City is overshadowing everything else at present. Who will be the Lucky men cannot be told at this writing. The latest reports Are to the effect that Shoup Dubois and Claggett have formed a combination to Down or. Mcconnell. How this scheme will work remains to be seen. There is something discouraging to honest Industry in the enormous salaries paid to Ball players. For a season of about five months the actual time of employment being about two hours Euclid Day the professional player receives More pay than an Artisan. He gets More than the Roan who build a Wall rears a House or paints it. He gets More than a railway Engineer or Book keeper. At the same time the average Ball player is ignorant and illiterate. These facts do not have a tendency to incline the Young american towards learning an honest and honorable Trade. Terms one year by mail,.$3,00 six Mouths. 1,75 three months. 1,00 for the first time in four years our paper has failed to reach us of time. It was shipped from Omaha of november 20 last and has not reached us Jet. In Yiew of this fact we Are compelled to Send the news to some this week on the half Shell but will make extra efforts to the future. Avoid this in died at her Home in Blackfoot tuesday morning december 9th, 1890, mrs. Sophia Cordelia Hopkins wife of judge r. H. Hopkins in the 35th year of her age. The funeral was conducted by Rev. Or. Stull assisted by Rev. Or. Lyons from the methodist Church thursday morning at 11 30, and her remains were followed to their final resting place in the Odd Fellows cemetery by a Large cortege of mourning friends including a number of relatives and Oid acquaintances from Ogden. Mrs. Hopkins had been a resident of Blackfoot for a number of years and was Well liked by All who knew her. As a wife she was kind True and devoted As a Mother she was tender affectionate and patient. She was very quiet and unassuming but Ever ready for every Good work Sjem Pathy was one of her characteristics but she rests from her labors a her Sun has gone Down while it is yet the Home Here on Earth is left desolate but on the a Golden Shore Quot loved ones Are rejoicing that another has been set free to join in the song of the redeemed before the throne of god. She leaves a husband six children and a Host of friends to mourn her loss. May that god who wounds and then binds no give Grace and Comfort to the sorrowing ones. Look out Here. We Are coming. Who ? Hafer amp Mester with two car loads of furniture bran new from the factory which they will sell cheap for Cash. Parties wanting anything in the furniture line will do Well to wait until we open up. We will open in the West amp Drumiler building a Nice line of parlor goods bed room sets easy chairs lounges Patent rockers Center and Extension tables and a Nice Hue of chaire of All grades bed Springs warranted to last a life time mattresses pillows window shades at All prices also full line of picture Frame moulding from which we will make frames to order. We will also carry a full line of undertaker s goods caskets Robes Etc and will do embalming when wanted. Dout forget the place. Hafer amp Mester. A Wbrown the sprightly Young rustler for the Pocatello Tribune was a visitor to Blackfoot to Day. The Coroner s jury at Montpelier in the Case of Oliver Fairchild who was killed in that City last week brought in a verdict of criminal carelessness against the u. A co. The u. P. Will sell excursion tickets for the holidays at single fare for round trip. For Christmas Selling dates december 24th and 25th. New year Selling dates dec. 31, and january 1st, All tickets Good to return until january 5th. The fort Hall indians have at last heard of the Messiah craze and last week they too commenced the ghost dance. The weather at present is not propitious for out door sport of any kind hence no trouble is expected now. A Stop however should be put these dances As they May cause some trouble next Spring. A Western paper says there is in the Bodie mining District of California a Spring which produces Gold. The Spring is not exactly a Geyser but the water is hot and As it flows away and evaporates it leaves a Deposit. That Deposit contains Gold. Whether the water disintegrates Gold bearing Rock far below the surface and brings the Gold to the top or whether there is going on in the Laboratory of nature a chemical process which produces Gold in solution is an unsolved problem history teaches that the closing years of each of the bygone centuries Haye been rendered memorable by a More than usual amount of sorrows troubles and ills to which Mankind is heir. Alarmed less the Century May pass away without the human race receiving its full quota of suffering the Powers of nature appear to have crowded into its concluding years All the unspent Hoard of pestilence famine War and catastrophes of every kind. Nor does the final decade of the Nineteen Ali Century seem destined to prove any exception to the Rule. It has opened in a manner that cannot be regarded As otherwise than ominious. Xmas pr.esektt8 Xmas novelties the newest Nob Biest most Beautiful dressing cases manicure sets silverware China vases and Tea sets Mush and milk sets China novelties too numerous to mention embroiled silk handkerchiefs Etc. When you want a Nice present for j our a Best girl Quot or any one Call on us. Best selected Stock to be found in Idaho. C. Bunting amp co. Xmas. Santa Claus is now at mrs. S. E. Holbrooks dolls toys Plush albums cards toilet sets smoking sets. Handkerchiefs toy chairs and tables. # la a a Quot a. A and in fact anything you want in the toy line. Stoves the Garland Cook st0yes and ranges arc the finest stoves the world produces. The smoothest and toughest casting of any at voc made. The finest mounted. The Best bakery. The handsomest the Mosi convenient dont fail to see the a a Garland stove when you want to buy a Good stove. A few dollars More for a stove is of Small consequence if you buy a a Garland a it will be the very Best investment of a few dollars you Ever made. I also have a full line heating stoves pipe stove boards and scuttles. Cold is what is soon coming and to keep men and boys warm i have a Fine line overcoats underwear socks Over shirts boots and shoes. As have Ever been brought in Blag poot. Give me a Call and get prices respectfully d. H. Biethan. Blackfoot Idaho

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