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Blackfoot Idaho News (Newspaper) - January 18, 1890, Blackfoot, Idaho% the Idaho news published every saturday Norman Joses publisher. All orders for Job work of any kind will be promptly attended to. Fer trans Huile Posto Ulusc tit Blackfoot Idaho or As second class mull matter Utah amp Northern time card going North. Fast mad at 4 30 a. M. Accommodation at 3 02 p. Going South. Fast mail at 5 25 a. M. Accommodation at 10 30 p. M. Error news. The Idaho news. Vol. 3. Blackfoot Idaho saturday january 18, 1890. No 33. Terms one year by mail,.$3,00 six months. Three months. L w rate furnished on application m. Now then everybody your last Chance to get bargains. This store will close saturday a night february 1st. New Yeai a news. Only three women Are wintering in Era mining Camp. Marshal Wilson will find opposition in the Senate to his confirmation. Delegate Duboise was reported on the sick list during the holidays. The a Idaho Quot drug store has something new to say in this Issue. See what it is. Five Hundred turkeys were Frozen to death in transit from Ogden to san Francisco. Notwithstanding the deep Snow the Challis stage is making its regular trips daily. Mrs. Holbrook has just received a Supply of fresh butter and eggs also a Nice lot of dressed Chi Ekins. The remainder of my Stock will be sold regardless of Cost. Dont miss this Chance its your last. A ii parties indebted to me Are requested to Call and Settle All Bills Mast be set tied big february 1st. John Montgomery jr., left last week for a month s visit with his brother Frank in the City of Mexico. The Young folks had a very pleasant Lance at mrs. Stuffie beams thursday evening. In the collision at Eagle Stock on wednesday morning last two passengers were slightly injured. An unknown Man was kilted tuesday at Truckee by a Snow plow and his body was ground up As if in a sausage Mill. There is talk of moving the county seat from Malad to some Point on the line of the Utah amp Northern Road. Everybody is expressing sympathy for the poor starving cattle around town but sympathy dont Supply the Hay they need. A great Many collision a and wrecked trains arc reported from All Over the country disastrous results of the late severe storms. B. S. Holbrook and miss Whittier have been wrestling with the la Grippe this week and b. S. Looks considerably worsted by his Tussel. Sleigh ing has been excellent for the past three weeks hut the cold has been so intense that but few had the. Courage to pc tue out and the merry Sleigh Bell remains in disuse. We understand that the members of the Baptist Church will erect a handsome parsonage on the tots across the Street and a Little North of the Church As soon As Spring opens. In times of Snow blockades the Pacific hotel at Pocatello cannot accommodate one half of those who Are detained in the town. Or. Behle has bought the Drumiler place on second Street and will commence building a two Story Brick addition to the dwelling next week. For Twenty Miles northward from the High Bridge the Road is a wholly terror to train men in snowy weather. The Good templars initiated one new member saturday evening and received the names of two applicants for membership. A big suit involving about $50,000 growing out of the Sale of mining property has been instituted in Custer county. Several of the towns along the Utah amp Northern and the Oregon Short Dine roads Are suffering for want of Coal and Wood. Eagle Rock Lias a free Bridge Rex Burg has a free Bridge Why not let Blackfoot have one she is As much entitled to one As any town in the county. Will Danilson has started a new Enterprise in Blackfoot that of raising pets. He has on hand now a pair of Fox squirrels pair of Guinea pigs and a pair of flying squirrels. Louis Wirth Pocatello s popular jeweler has a card in to Day s news. If you have a Ratcli or clock that needs repairing Send it to him and get it fixed right. The town is Gotting pretty Well stocked with poor and hungry cattle and they make it Lively for parties hauling Hay through the streets. The supreme court convened at Boise City monday but As we have received no mail from that end of the Road this week can t say what business has been transacted by that body. There Are Many things More pleasant than rustling copy for a newspaper during this extreme cold weather and avow blockades. No trains no mail no mail no news. It is currently reported in town that Pocatello is soon to have a real live democratic paper one that will advocate democratic principles and work for the Success of the part. A mail car on the main line of the Union Pacific Road was derailed and burned near Cheyenne saturday. All the mail matter and registered letters valued at thirty thousand dollars went up in smoke. Lost one Plain Gold band Finger ring 18k. The finder will please return it to this office and be rewarded. Seven members of the lower House of Congress have died since november and five others will never resume their seats. Pig Iron Kelley was the last to die. A l. Brown. No heavy losses of Stock Are reported in this county yet hut the probability is there will be unless the present deep Snow blows off soon your attention is directed to the new advertisement of Tush amp fans civil engineers and surveyors or. Paris is Well and favourably known to our Blackfoot people and has had considerable experience in. The above named business the influenza seems to be spreading into every Nook and Corner of the country. As yet no fatal cases have been reported in this county. Egbert Nasholds of Salmon City has been nominated by the president to be Ludian agent at Lemhi Agency this territory. No better Mau for the1 place could be found an where. Next week we will publish in full the county commissioners proceedings. It was impossible to obtain them Alt in time for Titis Issue As the Board has not yet adjourned. The ladies of the w. C. T. U. Are requested to meet at mrs. A Eithan son tuesday afternoon at 4 o clock. Business of importance will have to be transacted. A meeting of the stockholders of the Blackfoot irrigation company is called to meet at the probate court room. Blackfoot saturday feb. 1st. The object of this meeting is an important one and every member should try and be present. The civil service commission is investigating a queer charge now. One Man in the government printing office is charged with having collected Campaign funds fro i the employees of the office for both political parties during the last Campaign. In his argument before the Senate committee on territories in behalf of statehood for . Soup said a the expenses of state government for Idaho will necessitate an increase of taxation from four to five and three Quarter Mills. The Tail end of a blizzard struck this Section wednesday night and changed the Lay of the Snow considerable Quot piling it mountains High in some places necessitating the use of the shovel by some of our citizens before they could leave Home next morning. Owing to the heavy jobs of engines on the Utah amp Northern in the wreck at China Point a few Days ago and to Aid in Clearing up the immense bulk of business on this division five engines have been transferred from the Wyoming to the Idaho division. Rail Road men say never before has the business prospects been so promising As at present. At a meeting of the members of George ii. Thornas Post g. A. R.,the following officers were elected to serve for this year w. Ii. Danilson a. C. Ii. Hopkins a. Jesse Anson a. S. C. J. P. Porter a. J. C. J. H. Herman quartermaster. E. S. Whittier officer of guard. Samuel tallow adjutant. F. M. Shoemaker was elected Delegate to represent the order at the grand Encampment which meets at Blackfoot april 9th. Idaho the Mountain gum Home of Brave and Stalwart men laughing Maidens Bright and fair free from guile and free from care. Wild Flowers Blossom on each Fiill Down the Mountain Side the Rill and songbirds chime their Melody. The Cedar lifts its spire on High pointing upward to the sky. Sparkling Gold in mount and Glen sought when summer comes again. Fairy Grottoes filled with Flowers a semblance of Ely is tins Bowers. Crystal lakes deep Rivers wide coursing Down the Mountain Side on the Liui pid Waters flow god save our fair Idaho. A Boise Democrat the following notice shows the appreciation the Aspen col., Public have for the Andrews dramatic company that open at the opera House monday jail. 20, in the Beautiful grecian Ermna of pygmalion and Galatea Aspen daily opera House was filled to overflowing last evening at the second appearance of the Andrews dramatic company in this City. The play presented was the charming three act drama by Gilbert. Entitled pygmalion and Galatea with Clarence w. Lee and Gertrude Andrews in the title roles. Miss Andrews displayed her wonderful Talent to a remarkable advantage in the portrayal of a Galatea a the a living statue a and her splendid acting Drew fort unreserved applause from the Large audience. She was ably supported by or Lee who seems Well adapted to the part of the of Eliot support was up to the Standard miss Robindeau As a Cynisca a deserving special mention in this connection. Miss Andrews is a careful pains taking artist and As she throws her whole soul into the acting she is enabled to bring out each necessary detail with marked effect. Taken altogether this is a Well balanced company and certainly deserves the immense patronage which it is receiving. The company will present during the week a repertoire of Standard comedies and dramas in a manner never before equated in Blackfoot. It is sincerely hoped that our Public will turn out and give this excellent company the reception they so richly deserve. Judge Logan dead. Special to the news Moscow Idaho. Jan. 15. 1s90. Judge John l. Logan late associate Justice of the supreme court of Idaho died at Lewiston at 11 o clock wednesday morning. Notice we Are making very close prices for Cash. Come and see us it will pay you. C. Bunting amp co. At Cost a harried. At the residence of the Bride s parents five Miles East of town wednesday evening january 15th, �890, by judge a 11. Hopkins or Harry w. Curtis and miss Agness Mackey. Or. Curtis is one of Blackfoot a successful Young business men and his Good Fortune in securing so fair a Bride is a matter of congratulation among his Many friends. The news . Wishes for Rhein prosperous life. A Long Happy and stockholders meeting. A meeting of the stockholders of the Blackfoot irrigation co., will be held at the probate court room saturday february 1st, at 1 80 p. M. A full representation is requested. G. A. Robe than pres. J. B. Mullen Sec a. Personal paragraphs. Hon. George Ainslie has moved from Idaho City to Boise City. Or. J. B. Cutshaw came Down from Market Lake monday to look after his family this Stormy weather. Our editor is doing Salt Lake and Ogden this week in the interest of the news. Commissioners King and Carter have been spending the week in town looking after county business. Attorneys Winters and Smith of Eagle Stock were Down this week on Legal business. Two of or. John Herman a children Bon and daughter have been quite sick this week but Are improving at this writing. Or. Rouse Wilman of Trio Boise statesman has been appointed Consul to Montevideo South America. Col. John r. French has retired from the editorial staff of the Boise statesman. Col. French is a writer of ability and the statesman will miss him. He will carry with him we know the Best wishes of the democratic press of the territory because he wrote of its members honestly fairly and Manly. I am closing out my entire Stock of boys clothing. Overcoats .2k.x2.cl. I paints at first Gost. To quite that line of business. A Large Stock on hand. Now is the time to get genuine bargains. I am also Selling Woolen goods at reduced prices come and. See goods. Mrs. S. E. Holbrook. A Alai your cold Hopkins opera House one week is what Many a Man says to his poor wife these nights As she glides her cold toes up and Down his Bony shins trying to warm them when if he was not so stingy and would go to the Idaho drug store where everything is new and clean and get her something to regulate her system her feet would he warm. Henry Lopaz amp co. A commencing monday Jan. 20th, the Brilliant come iodine Gertrude Andrews Sun a ported by the popular Andrews dramatic company in an extended repertoire of Standard plays Orient ii monday night in the Beautiful grecian comedy. Drama by w. A Gilbert pygmalion and Galatea Peoples popular prices. ets. Reserved seats����?�50 ets. My 8tock 0f dry goods notions. 0 cts la ants shoes and hats must items of interest. Read my new a had Quot to Day and dont forget to Cal i at once and get a bargain i am full of them. S. L. Brown. A car Load of bran and shorts and another car Load of Ben Davis apples just received at d. H. Biethan a. Remember at the drug store you will find a full line of paints brushes etc., at lowest prices. Finest Stock of stationery Ever in Blackfoot has just arrived at Pioneer drug store. Any kind of Job work you May need done at tins office. Not forget my auction sales on saturdays january 11th, 18th find the Paragon shoe store at Pocatello is the Best and cheapest place for Good substantial hand made boots and shoes. Orders. Shoe repairing done while you wait. Money to loan on improved real estate. Apply at news office. Idaho stage co. Children a scats on Sale at the drug store saturday morning. Flannels boots shoes and hats be closed out at once. Sheldon l. Brown. Tho cheapest. The shortest find most direct route Between tho North East Nuil West and the a joints named. Carrying mall passed hirers and express. In a uves Blackfoot dully at k. M. For Ilie big 1 1,081 River Minea. Houston cml in Liot Mizin. Clay ton cd a Tercila. ,1 Mia Rel Ray Hern passengers Aro curried in Milrat class it it a uses drive by careful mud experienced m mating ouse on the line a re unsurpassed. Aco Momoda 1iagenta who a in ready Hiis i time to furnish patrons with full inform alien regarding towns mines and 8um.iuntilci country. For further information apply to o. J. 8aulsrery j. P. T ticket general manage a or superintendent Fred Vogley agent at Stock vol

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