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Blackfoot Idaho News (Newspaper) - July 5, 1890, Blackfoot, IdahoThe Idaho news. Published every saturday no it Mas Jones publisher. All orders for Job work of any kind will be promptly attended to. Entered at the Post office at Blackfoot Idaho for transmission As second clans mull matter the Idaho news. The Idaho news. Vol. 4. Blackfoot Idaho saturday july 5, 1890. Terms. One year by mail.$2.00 i six months. 1,76 three months. 1,00 no 5. Utah amp Northern Tine card going North. Fast mail at 4 30 a. In. Accommodation at 3 02 p. M. Going South. Fast mail at 5 25 a. M. Accommodation at 10 30 p. A. Advertising on application summer Harvest. Danilson. Wont it pay Yoo ? to buy your goods of us and pay Cash. State of Idaho if you please. Rev. Lyons at the Baptist Church sunday morning and evening. Blackfoot sent a Large delegation to the Ogden carnival. Ball at the commercial hotel and supper at the Reeves iiou3e to night. Census reports show Salt Lake City to have a population of 49,972. Crops on the West Side of Snake River Are very promising and ranchers Are feeling Good. Nothing of special interest was done in the court of Chambers last Danilson. Hats i wish to Call your attention to the fact that i am Selling 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 a the self attaching dress stay. Special Sale a on gloves and mitts ladies and childrens Bose Windsor ties corsets and handkerchiefs. Mrs. A. E. Barnhart. A new Barber shop. George w. Hatt late of Baker City Oregon has opened a new Barber shop in the commercial hotel and in prepared to accommodate All with a clean shave or stylish hair out. Bunting amp co. Receive weekly from 2 to 3 carloads of general merchandise and Are in a position to sell cheaper than any other House in Bingham county. Give them a trial. The Herald of Pocatello reports a reduction of Railroad shop Force 25 per cent. That a heavy. Mrs. Al Stout is expected in Blackfoot in a week or two on a visit from her Kansas Home. John l. Sullivan got off with his Mississippi troubles by paying a Fine of five Hundred dollars. An Idaho lady of fort Sherman was killed in a wreck on the Northern Pacific this week. Hon. Fred t. Dubois will be in Idaho within a week after the statehood Bill is signed. Two mails weekly for Presto wednesdays anti saturday a a instead of one As heretofore. Heavy shipments of cattle Are being taken o ver the Oregon Short line eastward. For Sale one bed lounge hair stuffed $8 also one upright writing desk Walnut $10, g. C. Stull. 15,000 pounds of Oats for Sale. Address j. W. Keeney Pocatello w. G. Child amp son the big dry goods merchants of Ogden have an a a add in this Issue. Read it a Public school will be opened in the Parson District about August 1st. Miss Bonney will be teacher. Read mrs. Barnhart s new a had Quot in this Issue. She is Selling summer a oils at greatly reduced prices. We Issue one Day earlier this week than usual so As to give the boys a to celebrate the fourth the most interesting part of some menus lives is to look on and see other people work. Luxuries come with statehood. Blackfoot had her first circus the Day we heard of statehood. Some relatives from the East whose names we did not learn Are Here on a visit to major and mrs. Danilson. The population of Blackfoot As shown by the enumerators report is 619 Blackfoot and Little Blackfoot 1978. A quiet stillness brooded Over the town last Sabbath morn unbroken even by the solemn ringing of the Church Bells. Parties from Salmon City court report the Range far better for cattle in Bingham county than it is in Lemhi county. One half of the people do the work and the other half look on and enquire a Why was it it done the on or Way Quot it never gets too hot nor too cold for somebody to Bob up and locate Tascott. They do say now that he is certainly in Paris Texas. Chicago has grown More rapidly according to the census returns within the past ten years than any City in tile Union. Dissolution notice. The firm of h. Moore 4 co. Com posed of Hezekiah d. Moore. Herbert Horzely and John Feeny. Of soda Spry no is. Idaho Haa this Day been dissolved the said John Feeny having sold his entire interest therein to said Herbert Eor eely and retires therefrom. The remaining partners h. Moore and Herbert Horsely As co partners. Will continue the business under the sane Arm name of h. Moore 4 co who have assumed All liabilities of the old firm and to whom All indebtedness due said Ann must be paid. Dated this 35th Day of april 1890. Khz Rajah Moore Herbert , John of Seifly soda Springs Idaho april 36th, 1880. Carl j. Cannon merchant tailor Pocatello Idaho. A Complete assortment of Fine cloths suiting Etc., constantly on hand a first class line of fall and Winter goods on hand. Good workmanship and permit guaranteed All orders from a Broad will be promptly attended to senator Morgan has introduced a Bill in the United states Senate to prevent the mormons from acquiring Public lands. County commissioner Hickey has resigned his position As master Mechanic of the Idaho division Headquarters at Pocatello and May leave the county. They speak of the heat in Chicago this week As a stifling Over 60 sunstroke in one Day Over 1,000 in the week. Men and horses drop dead in the streets. In democratic ranks this feeling of brotherly love prevails up North they say let the South name the majority of the state ticket and Well support it and Down South let the North name it and Well support it. We have no pronounced candidates. The Thermal wave that struck the East at the beginning of the week caused Many Fata sunstroke and prostrations and put people to flight to the mountains and Seaside. The new time table which went into effect june 28th but Little change in the running of trains on the Utah amp Northern Road. Dolph Johnson has succeeded Parson Jones in the livery and feed stable business having taken charge of the same july 1st, mosquitoes will shorten the fishing season on the Wolverine. The census enumerators fail to Tell just How Many Ait waiting for the Jolly fishing parties. The Idaho Republican published at Pocatello will be known hereafter As the Tribune and it is said will be run in the interest of the anti mormon party of Southeast Idaho. Fourth quarterly meeting of the methodist Church on saturday and sunday next. Business meeting at 8 p. M. Saturday love feast sunday morning at 10, preaching at 11, followed by lords supper evening service at 8. Yon Are most cordially invited to be present. The Salt Lake Tribune and Herald each run special trains to Ogden this carnival week. The Tribune Over the Utah Central and the Herald Over Damp a g. Load. The democrats will put their Best men in the race for the coming election we Trust the republicans will do the same thing and also the anti mormons. Three tickets of the Best men ought to make a live Campaign. The rapidly growing numbers of patients at the Asylum make it imperative on the directors to enlarge their building. At the present rate of increase the institution will soon be full to overflowing. Statehood will be attended with additional taxation of course. Let us be Wise and put in office men who will make expenses As Light As possible. This is a time of All times when our county offices should be filled Bjo our Best men or Moore contractor of the stage Tine to Challis went out on the first trip tuesday for the present All stages will move on the old time and with the same Drivers. Prof. Ezra Burrell of Illinois a Nephew of our honoured countryman. Presto Burrell is visiting the family of his Uncle and May decide to make his future Home in Idaho. Edwin r. Ferris formerly a merchant of this place and Well known to Many of our older citizens died at his Home in new York City june 13, in the 68th year of his age. In All booming towns there Are heavy complaints that the census enumerators have not done More than half their duty they have missed thousands but in staid steady growing towns and cities they have done about the right thing. Express messengers on the Utah amp Northern Road will make through runs from Butte to Salt Lake City. This is one of the first Steps in the move to make Salt Lake City the terminal Point instead of Ogden As heretofore. The Louisiana lottery company offers $1,250,000 annually for Twenty five years for an Extension of its charter and then can make Mili ion s. But where Are the big prizes to come from for ticket holders. Blackfoot did not celebrate on the fourth not that Blackfoot was less patriotic than other towns but because Blackfoot had entertained the grand army men in Encampment and was just emerging from a protracted term of a crowded court session the one following close on the heels of the other. Bendable position to take but then there should be no abuse of a Man because he becomes a candidate for office. He is a poor trifling Man indeed who tries to build himself up by decrying his Fellowman. The fishing party that went out on last Friday returned with the stories but not the fish. They missed the fish because they missed the Stream and they missed the Stream because they missed the guide and they missed the guide because be was guiding to wide extensive Fields instead of Clear running babbling Brooks. Moral always follow a guide who will furnish the streams and go halves. Fort mall Indian school the Scholastic year of this school closed with Public exercises on the 27th inst. A Large number of visitors from Blackfoot and surrounding country were present. The exercises were varied and the parts rendered showed what time and patience will do even for the children of the red men of the Sage Brush Plains. The average attendance was the largest in the history of the Sci Ooi and naturally so because the government is doing More for its Success than Ever before Bot ii in its encouragement of attendance and in its provisions for those who attend. To arrive this week one ear Load of Ham Bacon and lard. One car Load of Oats. One car Load of flour bran and wheat. Two car loads of Barb wire. On which we will not be undersold for Cash. See our new a add on last Page c. Bunting co. It has leaked out that commissioner a. M. Carter was indicted by the last u. S. Grand jury for alleged illegally registering voters. As understood Register Carter followed instructions of the court to the letter and nobody believes anything will come of the indictment except the worry and annoyance from such proceedings. Judge Berry a water decision is raising a howl in Cassia county. The water is growing scarce and the commissioner is beginning to Issue it out by the dipper full and As a matter of course the crops of the poor ranchers will be ruined Bro. Larno Reaux of the times says it is like dividing the daily meals of one Man among Twenty five and expect them to live and grow fat. A leading Republican of Bingham county declines to run for office and gives this As one of the reasons i would not take the abuse that would be heaped upon me in a Campaign for All the glory Honor and emoluments of any office. That is a Noble Cupi programme the following programme prepared by the ladies of the a c. T. U., will be Given at the Baptist Church tuesday evening next. The Public is cordially invited to attend. Mrs. Lyons will preside singing by the children. Bible Reading. Prayer. Recitation Gertie Pierce. Singing. Recitation Hale Cherry. Solo miss Luna Beckwith. Paper mrs. Trego oration. Or. Trego. Song. Recitation Raymond Givens. Recitation mis Killingsworth singing. Recitation miss Reecy. Song a sign the or. Judge Logan. Under the great Strain incident to the watchful care and nursing of her honoured husband the late judge j. L. Logan mrs Logan a health gave Way and her Many friends in Idaho particularly in North Idaho where she lived have been solicitous and anxious about her. Her father Hon. John Randolph Tucker of Virginia in a letter of late Date to the editor of the news gives the Gratifying intelligence that under skillful medical treatment her health is improving and that she is in a fair Way of restoration to Good health again. The Many friends of this Noble Brave and self sacrificing Little woman will be pleased at this message of Good tidings and the news is Happy to be made the bearer of it because of its esteem for her and the love it has for the memory of her lamented husband whom All True idahoans esteemed and honoured As a True and upright judge and an honest and Noble Man. Watch it mrs. S. E. Holbrook. Will have something new Here next week do not fail to examine the immense Stock of clothing 3 immense line of medium priced Ctol Bing. Immense line of cheap but Good clothing. Immense line of shirts ties gloves and collars immense line of furnishings hats boots and shoes. If you want a Nice wide comfortable shoe 1 can suit you. Finest line of shoes in Bingham Conny. Do not fail to Call and examine this Stock at d. . Delinquent notice. At a meeting of the Board of trustees of the Blackfoot irrigation co., held this Day it was ordered that All amounts and balances now one on work on the company canal and not paid on or before the loth of july will be declared delinquent and so much of the Stock of each shareholder so delinquent As will cover his indebtedness will be advertised for Sale according to Law. John Montgomery Sec a. Blackfoot Idaho. July 2, 1890. Buggies to hire. I have several new buggies and harness which i will hire out by the Day or week. J. A. Beerly or. Bateman dentist of Ogden Utah will be in Blackfoot july 20th next and once a month thereafter. Wild animal wanted. The undersigned wishes to Purchase a lot of native wild animals such As Bear Porcupine l ii Badger wild cat Wolverine Cayote Deer Elk and the like parties having them for Sale should address me at Malta Post office cd saw county Idaho. W. A. Buie. A few dress patterns just received imported French goods something very Fine and very latest styles at buntings fancy groceries such As French peas mushrooms imported sardines. Clams shrimps head cheese potted Ham Pic Catillo horse radish Snyders Catsup Sweet pickles Fine jams &e., amp a c. Bunting amp co. Remarkable mrs. Michael curtain Plainfield 111. Makes the statement that she caught cold which settled on her lungs she was treated for months by her family physician but grew worse. He told her she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that no Medicine could cure her. Her druggist suggested or. Kings new discovery for consumption she bought a bottle and to her Delight found herself benefited from first dose. She continued its use and after taking ten bottles found herself sound and Well now does her own housework and is As Well As she Ever trial bottles of this great discovery at Behle amp Sou s drug store urge bottles 50c. And $1,00. Just received this week at buntings new Gingham new line of White goods. Vandyke laces for Fine collars new Challis flue tucking Plain and with insertion Ball Pearl buttons &e., amp a. Come in and Sec them. A ejan Netherby. Dan be Herby was sired he Joe Netherby he by old Joe n Ether by imported by Joseph Thompson of Canada. Old Joe Netum by by Moss trooper a pure bred Clydesdale horse Short legs and free of a 11 blemishes. He was bred by the late or. Russel guards from Ain Berland out of a pure bred Clydesdale Mare by Stirlingshire Champion. Champion by or. Brownlee s lofty never was beaten and said to be Host draft stallion in Scotland in his Day. Dan Netherby s 1st dam by a thoroughbred eclipse. 2d dam a messenger. Dan nether by is pure Black with Star in forehead and two White Feori. Terms to insure with foul 820. By the season is parties disposing of mares forfeit insurance and the amount will be collected immediately mares must be bred regularly. Care win be taken to prevent accidents but will not be responsible should any occur. J. A. Beerly Blackfoot. 0, a Tush r. W. Faris Tush amp Fagus civil engineers and surveyors estimates furnished on All kinds of work. Ditch work a specially. Maps. Plats tracings Blue prints Etc. Executed on Short notice. Of -tce�?2ih Washington Avenue Ogden i a Utah

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