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Blackfoot Idaho News (Newspaper) - June 14, 1890, Blackfoot, IdahoThe Idaho news. Published every saturday Horas Jones publisher. All orders for Job work of any kind will be promptly attended to. Sout do at the pos Totice at Blackfoot Idaho for at second class mail matter the Idaho news. Vol. 4. Blackfoot Idaho saturday Une 14, 1890. No 2. The Idaho news. Thumb one year by mail,.,.,. A 00 six months. Three months. rate furnished on App Uratio 5 Utah amp Northern Tine card going North. Fast mail at -1 30 a. Accommodation at 3 02 p. Going South. Fast mail at 5 25 a. Accommodation at 10 30 p. we invite your attention to the fact that we Are a Ole agent for 0. W. Richardson a carpets and lace curtains we have a Large line of samples at lowest possible Are Selling quart ties of shoes and All give the Best of satisfaction dosed our Stock of silk handkerchiefs out at wholesale the other evening and we now have a new Supply. I you wish a mowing machine or Binder remember that Mccormick s the Best. Also have an elegant line of gents French flannel shirts very cheap. Gents fancy dress shirts at Cost overalls 65 cents another barrel of fresh sorghum on tap at 65 cents per gat.dan1ls0n. 1 Lela a have dangerous ends of Shakesphere tie Reform speaking after the manner of men delay not Rutes me and see Ray line of summer hats just received latest styles and most fashionable shapes. Also a special Sale on a few children a Blouse and Jersey waists. Gloves parasols mitts ladies underwear. As cheap As the cheapest. Visit the ladies Emporium and lie Happy mrs. A. E. Barnhart Home miscellany. A new Barber shop. George w. Hatt Bate of Baker City Oregon has opened a new Barber shop in the commercial hotel and is prepared to accommodate All with a clean shave or stylish hair Cut. Bunting amp co. Receive weekly front 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. Dissolution notice. The firm of h. Moore co. Composed of Hezekiah d. Moore Herbert Kortely and John Feeny of soda Springs Idaho has this Day been dissolved the said John Feeny having �ole1, his entire interest therein to Sala Herbert homely and retires . The remaining partners h. Moore and Herbert Horsely at co partners will continue the business under the same firm name of h. Moore amp co who have assumed All liabilities of the old Arm and to whom All indebtedness due said firm must to paid. Dated this a ath Day of april 1390. He Zekiah Moore. Herbert Horsly Joss Feeny a Toda Springs Idaho april 26th, 1890.Cut feed. A car Load of Cut feed Oats and Corn j list received at d. H. A Eithan a. Come to the school House and see the rage a a Destrick Moscow Idaho had a $17,000 fire first of last week. Court will adjourn Here to Day and open in Salmon City next monday. Reports say that another wedding will take place ill Blackfoot before Many weeks. Judge Berry sentenced nine prisoners to the territorial prison at Boise City wednesday evening. Arthur Davidson a Typo on the Albion times is in town this week on a visit to his parents. Caldwell Laid the Corner Stone for a magnificent masonic Temple first of the week. H. L. Becraft the tall Man of Pocatello. Was a visitor to the county seat this week. Crops in North Idaho Are promising As they can be and Farmers Are jubilant. Sweeping changes have been made on the Union Pacific system recently among the High officials a Telegram from or. Dubois says the statehood Bill will be called up and passed within a few Days. The court clerk and recorder will be the Only county officer who will hold for four years under the state Constitution. Judge Willard Crawford was elected a Justice of the peace at Athena Oregon at last week s election. Ogden is making grand preparations for Mardi gras carnival which takes place in Chat City july 4th. Surveyor Jos. Clark of Eagle Rock was Down this week winding up Bis work for the Blackfoot irrigation co. Or. Durst and wife of Salt Lake were Here on a visit to the family of judge Morgan this week. D. H. Beitans moving into Nis Fine new double Brick building this week. The haying season has arrived and Many of our ranchers Are Busy putting up their first crop which is said to be exceedingly Good. Pat Murphy has been promoted. He is now a a a Bossy and will soon take charge of a Section near Camas. Col Woodford is now lecturing in Pocatello. He is a Good talker and should receive the assistance of Temperance people everywhere. One of the largest crowds that Ever assembled at the methodist Church attended the children s Day exercises sunday evening. A a Destrick Skule Quot at the school House to night be sure you be there. The anti mormon county Central committee held a meeting m town monday evening but nothing has been Learned of its proceedings. Miss Mattie Behle returned Home sunday morning from Illinois where she has been attending school during the past Winter. Miss Amelia Frost of Ross Fork has gone to her old Home in Rochester new York to spend the summer with friends and relatives. Or. Bennett a Young Man from California purchased this week All the ranch property and Stock of Johnson Brothers the consideration we understand was $8,800. Our editor has been in Moscow All the week attending the meeting of the regents of the territorial University. The stockholders of the Blackfoot irrigation company held their annual meeting at the court Bouse tuesday and elected officers for the ensuing year. Prof. Faris formerly of Blackfoot but now of Ogden was in town first of the week. He is now doing some engineering work for a canal company at Lewiston this county. The first play Ever acted by the old boys and girls of town will be produced at the school House. Look out for programme. Children a Day service at the Baptist Church next Sabbath at 11 a. The pastor will preach a Sermon to the children on the resurrection and at 8 p. In. There will be a Floral concert by the Sabbath school. Information As to the aggregate population of the country is promised by the beginning of August but totals for some states and Roost of the cities will probably lie furnished Early in july. The quickest work of this sort Ever known in this country Wilt be witnessed this year. Col. Geo. Woodford now travelling through the Western states and territories under the auspices of the w. C. T. U., delivered three very interesting Temperance lectures in Blackfoot this week. Wardner had a shooting scrape last sunday in which one Man lost his life by being shot through the head. The Row commenced Over a game of cards. Or. L. D. Shafer the dentist of Rock Springs Wyoming will be in Blackfoot monday june 23d, at the Reeves House and will remain four Days. Lie will be pleased to see All needing his services. In Justice to the janitor of the court House it should be said that the reason Why the court room was not opened for the lecture of col. Woodford was that the room was hot at his disposal to put in order until 7 30 p. M., and owing to the sickness of himself and son it web impossible to prepare the room in the limited time Given. No blame should be attached to or. Watson. The spider web social Given at the residence of mrs. Biel an by the ladies of the w. C. T. Last Friday evening was a grand Success socially and financially. A Large crowd was present and enjoyed the Novelty of the social hugely. Or. Behle has lost the following described buggy horse and will pay a Liberal Reward for information leading to his recovery Light Bay three White feet Star in forehead branded s t on left shoulder had on new Halter. This horse formerly belonged to or. Givens. The Bingham county Bible society will hold its annual meeting in the methodist Church on sunday evening. Rev g. F. West of Salt Lake City will be Here on that Day and assist in the meeting. It is earnestly desired that All members be present. We understand that As soon As Jones a Johnson move out judge Hopkins will enlarge and rearrange the opera House. An addition will be added to the rear end and the stage made Large enough to accommodate any troupe travelling in the West. The census enumerators Are entitled to the co operation and assistance of the Community in making the statistics As full and accurate As possible. Every citizen ought to desire his City or town to show at its Best in the reports particularly As to population and that result depends in a considerable degree upon personal willingness to furnish the required information. From All around we hear complaint that business is Dull work scarce and no Money. This is not the Case Here in Blackfoot. Here building is going on at a Lively rate and there has been no cessation since it started in the Early Spring. Unlike some of the surrounding towns Blackfoot does not have to patronize doubtful building and loan associations to build and make improvements. Her citizens Are wide awake energetic and have got the Money to put through any Enterprise they May undertake. The news Miner says the Grasshoppers Are reported to be very thick a Short distance above the Hailey hot Springs. They appear to have batched out on the Side Hill. They Are Small yet just Able to crawl but the ground is Black with them. John West says they Are getting numerous a Short distance above town. Thus surrounded by these hatching pests the people in this Vicinity Are liable to experience considerable trouble from them. A what s Home without a newspaper asks one of our exchanges. A Home without a newspaper is no Home at All. It is a kind of a dreary Den a rendezvous of bed bugs and fleas where the inhabitants live in Blissful ignorance of what the world is doing. It is inhabited by a class who do not know who is president. The children grow up in rags and dirt while the wife generally finds Consolation in darning socks and lugging a pipe loaded with Long Green tobacco and they generally live because they cant die and Are too Lazy to kill themselves. They go out on election Days and do not know who they Are voting for but just takes the ticket hearing the name their Grandfather voted. A correction. De news your article on the Herman trial conveys a wrong impression i said the indictment resulted from political animosity and did not say. Nor do i believe that any political party responsible for the prosecution. A t. Moho an. Court proceeding judge Berry sentenced the following prisoners to the territorial Penitentiary wednesday Orlander Barker six years. Eugene Crider four years and six months. De Olsen Witch one year Henry Sutliff eighteen months. V. Mckern five years. Jas. Mason four months and also fined $200. John d. Jones three months and fined $100. Jacob Meyer five months and fined $200. Peter Jensen same As Meyer. Colloquy Between a hotel Register Ami a u. A grand jury Man time Day before court operas. Register hello Back again i see when did you get in jury Man of yes in a Back again they do without me. You see i have been coming Here twice a year Ever since Blackfoot was made a county scat. Register aha exactly. Are you a witness jury Man no no. A grand jury Man always a jury Man they cant get along without me. They can always count on me you Betcher Sweet life. Say can Yon give me room not Register no that is taken. Or. Z. Of Rexburg has that i can put you in door. Jury Man bully. That a Good. I m glad z is Here he is one of our old standbys. Register then you Tafee not jury Man yes All right. Register All right then. Jury Man my Throat is filled with a quart of dust Blieve ill try some a King. Time Kotb Day of court. Jury Man Bay i m about to leave you. Register yes Are you through jury Man you Betcher life and we socked it to m too. We Are the boys to do it i Tell you. Register so you Are going Home. Jury Man yes but i la be Back next fall As 1 said they Are bound to have me Over Here. Twice a year gives me the experience you see that the marshal cannot Overlook. But one thing i want to Tell you before i go. We socked it to them this Lime and dont you forget it. Register Aba aha jury Man Well i take something before i go that dust is so confounded bad. Good by. Register. Good by i la keep the room for you next court. Jury Man. All right Good by. Pee Etrick school programme Tkach Jeremiah Spoo Pendyke. Act 1.�?on the Way to school. Act 2.�?in school. Song Roll Call. Class in third Reader. Abc class. Second arithmetic class. Spelling class. Class in first Reader. First arithmetic class. Primary geography class. Grammar class. Act 3. Play hour lunch and games. Act 4. Visit of the trustees. Address to trustees Jos. A. Parks. Declamation the boy stood on the burning deck Samuel Skinner. Composition Spring. Recitation Mary Saunders. Declamation Andrew Johnson. Dialogue Melinda and Jerusha banners Kite. Recitation Matilda Ann Parks. Declamation Obediah Snee Kemper declamation Peter shermerhorn. Recitation Samantha Spratt. Declamation William b. Spratt. At the Blackfoot school House on Friday and monday evenings. Admission 50 cents children 25. Horne Lott Pete Hunt has lost the following described horses and will pay a Liberal Reward for information leading to their recovery 4 Bead branded Circle ii on the left thigh. 4 Bead branded with Saddle Horn on left thigh. 1 Bay Mare branded with Circle b on left shoulder. 1 branded y on left thigh. 1 branded l on left thigh. 1 branded Circle x on left thigh. 1 Bay stallion branded with Spear head on left thigh. Send information to buy your goods right you mus you must buy them at right place. Thesee our new a add on last Page a Bunting amp Only thirty Days a boys clothing overcoats at first Gost. To quit that line of Large Stock on hand. Gents ladies and children a Wool hosiery at Cost also overshoes in addition to above i have just received a Nice line of notions consisting of Side Combs fancy hair pins ribbons laces and embroidery. New goods Are arriving daily. I have the largest and most Complete line of ladies and childrens Wear and will sell As cheap As the cheapest. I will still remain in business and wish my customers to remember the place is the Brick . S. E. Holbrook. Do not fail to examine the immense Stock of clothing immense line of medium priced clothing. Immense line of cheap but immense line of shirts ties gloves and collars. Immense line of furnishings hats boots and shoes. If you want a Nice wide comfortable shoe i can suit line of shoes in Bingham county. Do not fail to Call and examine this Stock at d. s. Warrant Call. Cock to to Benisi my r of tick t Blackfoot. Idaho. April 12th, 190 f a topics is hereby Given that the following xxx Bingham county warrant will he paid upon presentation with interest thereon to Date if presented within sixty Iso Days from Date of this notice. Interest will cease front and Date. Gym Titan fran. July 11th. 1889, nos. 410 to 437, inclusive. October.17, 1889, nos. 438 to 450, inclusive. Sacui. Fps. October 17, 1889, nos. 49 to 54. Inclusive. January 15, 1890, nos. 1 toll. Inclusive. C. B. Wheeler. Treasurer of Iliff thaut county. C. Bunting amp co., Are now Selling for Cash 10 pounds of sugar for $1. 18 pounds of rolled Oats for $1. 18 bars of soap for $1. Roller flour at $2.50, Good Tea 3 pounds for $1. Dan . The thoroughbred stallion via will stand the season at my ranch on Blackfoot River three Miles South of town commencing May 1st, 1890. Terms"$25.00 Cash. Pedigree Vigo by imported Billett. Dak Annie Lexington by old Lexington. Color dapple Brown weight 1225 lbs. Fred s. Stevens. Public notice. All persons now indebted to the late general merchandise firms of Berryman amp Rogers and Sherlon Brown Are hereby notified that All accounts not paid in or settled by note will be placed in lawyers hands for immedi ate collection. L w. West collector. Dan Netherby was sired by Joe Netherby to by old Joe Netherby imported by Joseph Thompson of Canada old Joe Netlie Rby by Moa amp trooper a pure bred Clydesdale Home Short legs and free of ail blemishes. He was bred by the late or Russel of turds. From am be Laud. Out of a pure bred Clydesdale Mare by ter Longshire Champion. Champion by or. Brownlee a lofty never was beaten and said to be Best draft stallion in outland in his Day. Den Netherby s is dam by a thoroughbred eclipse 2d dam by a messenger. Dan nether by is pure Black with Star in forehead and two White feet terms to insure with foal 120. By the season $15. Parties disposing if mares forfeit insurance and the amount will be collected immediately mares must be bred regularly. Caro will be taken to prevent accidents but will not be it a Spon sible should any occur. J. A. Beerly Blackfoot. For Sale. Two full leather top aide bar Racine buggies. Apply to j. A. Blk ruler. Or. James Briley has lost an eight months old Black her Shire bog. Any one knowing of his whereabouts will Confer a favor by informing hint

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