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Blackfoot Idaho News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1890, Blackfoot, IdahoThe Idaho news. Published every saturday. Normas Jones publisher. All orders for Job work of any kind will be promptly attended to. Entered at the Post office at Blackfoot Idaho for trans Isis Nas second class mail matter the Idaho news. Vol. 4. Blackfoot Idaho saturday november 1, 1890. No. 22 the Idaho news. Terms one year by mail. Six months. Three months. .$3,001.75 Utah amp Northern time card going North. Fast mad at 4 30 a. M. Accommodation at 3 02 a m. Going South. Fast mail at 5 25 a m. Accommodation at 10 30 p. Re. Ii the election is Over. All officers Are elected. And our fall Stock of dry goods Are ready for inspection consisting of dress flannels sackings plaids of court Mattera local news items. Bate foot will have a new shoe shop in a few Days. Major Denitson is preparing to Plant a Large Vineyard. Returns of the state election were canvassed al Boise City yesterday. A Large number of land filings Are being made at the land office. Or. J. A. Beerly has gone up on a Humines tour through Custer county. Our Eagle Rock friends Are greatly elated Over the Boom prospects of the town. Messes Bonney and Dennis of the Eagle Rock times spent the first Day of court at the county capital. Rev. Van England will fill the pulpit at the Baptist Churchi sunday morning and Eye n my c. Bunting amp co., have a new a a add on the first Page to Day. They talk about shoes this time. Capt. I Shulberger editor of the spicy Herald came up thursday to Henriettas Gingham and prints a full and Complete line of children a underwear both boys and girls. A very Nice and reasonable assortment of ladies and gents underwear. A very Nice line of ladies gents and children a hosiery. A fair line of red White and Bine flannel. Blankets from the cheapest to the Best. An elegant line of Saxony both Domestic and imported of various colors and reasonable prices. The a a Montanna yarn is the strongest and most durable. Pocatello continues to grow and grow As if the Gates of the Tow site were wide open. Miss Morgan Niece of judge Morgan goes to fort Hal Indian school november 1st As teacher. Aud now the United states express company will not carry Money for the Louisiana lottery company. Bellevue captures the county seat of Logan count under the decision of judge Beatty. The Republican Victory has produced no damaging effect upon the endorses the administration of or. Harrison it will also in a measure foreshadow the result of the presidential election in 1392. Fred. Stevens is now duly installed As postmaster at Bate foot he has also purchased the Stock of candies nuts cigars etc., of mrs. Shelbourne and will continue the business. Judge Berry a recent illness worked a hardship on the matrimonial Chain Breakers in adjoining counties. No courts no divorces. Next tuesday Over three Hundred congressmen will be elected that is certain. But it is not certain that our roosters will be Able to do any crowing the following Day. Rev. Or. Lyons went to Houston this week to perform a marriage ceremony wherein the superintendent of the Houston Copper mines and a lady of that town were the High contracting parties. John Beckwith will enter the Law office of Smith amp Smith Ogden next week for the purpose of becoming a Follower of Bike Stone. The inimitable Dan Hopkins. A Moody Creek Quot came Down to court and dropped in to see us. Dan can make a gloomy jury room brighter than Forepaugh s circus tent when Rube Dunn is on hand to play ringmaster. Quite a number of Hood templars of town attended the gospel temper auce meeting at the Parson school House West Side of Snake River last sunday evening. They report having had an excellent time. We Call special attention to the card of Beale amp Rapp attorneys which appears in another column to and grasped hands and laughed Over their deeds when a we fixed m the other time Are not Here to Day. The Large crowds of witnesses and a lookers on in Venice Quot arc not Here and the stars and stripes that was wont to float Over the Temple of Justice has been furled and Laid aside to await a National Celebration or National Holiday. Judge Berry opened court wednesday As per appointment but refused to Ern pannel a grand jury because of the Peculiar position the courts Are in in the transition state from territorial to state government and wishing to be on the Safe Side his Honor stated that no business would be transacted from which any trouble might arise in the future. Thursday the jurors summoned As grand jurors were discharged and the court proceeded with business of minor importance to the general Public. Or. Bynum District attorney elect for the Hailey District was examined and Given License to practice in the courts of Idaho. Court will adjourn from Day to Day until or. Standrod judge elect returns from Boise City when future proceedings will be determined. In the matter of editor Bonney for contempt the Case goes Over to saturday. Or until the return of u. S. Attorney Wood. Rosalie Ullrick was granted divorce from Peter Ullrick. S. J. Rich counsel for defendant. Big drive Ops 30 of tax to ladies Glove calf shoes ladies Grain calf shoes slandered screw fastened. Si.50 pm a Paul c. Bunting amp co. A tec you have examiner the set ctr �2�tl so a a d a a a cd a Lay the a a a a Quot so Oleme come of our competitors we would be _ h More than glad to show you our line \ a Bingham county lawyer frequent for we believe upon inspection that t us takes occasion to say when the we can convince the most septic court makes a ruling a your Honor agrees with me on that gov. A Hosip in his annual reports timotes the taxable property of the state at $25,581.305. That we give you better value for Cash Thau any other House in town. We have a reason to believe this. Come and see our goods. We have them to suit democrats republicans and everybody. W. H. Dai2ilsoi2 always to the front. A Surprise ?0r indies. In tie Way of toss patterns. So the cry that miss a need not be repeated has a dress of that a full line of millinery children a and infants Caps in Surah silk and Plush. Infants vests and Jacques ladies and miss mitts Jersey and Cashmere gloves Fascinator and Zephyr Caps zephyrs Saxony Aud knitting Cotton. Anything i have not mentioned Call for it. Now As i discount All Bills i can sell goods As cheap As the cheapest. Mrs. A. E. Barnhart insolvency notice. Dis in the District court of third judicial try to county of Ilia Guam state of Idalmy in the matter of k. Will Lianis an insolvent debtor. The petition schedule and inventory of k. D. Wii Liugina having Betm duly received and died in this court and it appearing therefrom satisfactory to the court that raid a i. Williams is insolvent it is therefore hereby declared by the court that k. D. Williams is insolvent Aud the sheriff of bin hum county Idaho is hereby requested ordered and directed to take charge and Possession of All the estate both real and personal of the said a d. Williams except such As May be by Law exempt from execution and of Bis deeds vouchers books of accounts and papers and keep same eat Ely until appointment of an Assignee. It is further ordered that All persons be Ami Are hereby forbidden to pay any debts Joring the said k. D. Williams or deliver any property to him claimed or owned by him or for his use. And All persons Are forbidden to have transferred to them any property by said k. D. Williams and he is forbidden to Transfer same. And it further ordered that 10th Day of n of Ember 1800, at the court room of this court in the town of Blackfoot. At 10 o clock a in. Of said Day be and the same is hereby appointed As the time and place for a meeting or the creditors of the said k. D. Williams to prove their debts and to choose one or More Ussi a pcs of the estate of said k. D Williams it is further ordered that the Tda Tio mfrs. A newspaper of general circulation published at Alae Kuot Idaho be designated As the news paper in which publication Hereof must be made. And it is further ordered that All Legal Eroc Cedius against said insolvent be and Are hereby stayed. C ii. Zekry judge. Dated october 2d, 1890. Pasture. 1 will pasture horses Aud cows by the week or month. Enquire at ranch Geo. P. Howell Blackfoot River. Lilac foot. Idaho sept. 12,1899, on account of continued ill Healton j. C. Lane will take his family to the hot Springs in Utah to spend the coming Winter. When a voting lady becomes a dead stuck on a Young Man she thinks he is perfection Aud the Young Man thinks she is about right. Regular services at the methodist Church next sunday morning and evening. Everybody invited. Or. Orville Buck one of the solid ranchers of Willow Creek and one of natures noblemen was in Blackfoot the first Days of court. Jerry Lane took his brother who has been sick for some Lime to the Railroad Hospital at Ogden last week. Fire the Anvil ring the belts let the Good news Swift be told shout it from the highest House top our agents have gotten a car of Coal. Miss Gertie Pierce who has been so ill with typhoid fever for the past two weeks is reported improving. Or. John Montgomery sold thirty six acres of land adjoining town this week to the York Brothers for Twenty five Hundred dollars. Bingham county takes the Banner for giving the largest Republican majority of any county in the state. We know How that came about and we May Tell very soon his h mor. Judge Berry though feeble from Bis recent attack of pleurisy was at his Post court Day Bent on the discharge of his duty. Attorney Bliek Unsderfer of Pocatello has been in attendance upon the court from Day to Day on business for clients. A Apt. Smith Vic Bierbower and s. J. Rich were the Only visiting attorneys at this term of court from a distance. Kootenai and Shoshone bar associations have petitioned for judge a. Al. Beatty for United states District judge for Idaho. All is quiet on the Potomac to night no we mean on the Union Pacific system. No wrecks no smash ups reported to Day. Oue month has passed since the election and the Sun still shines As brightly As it did when the morning Aud evening were the first Day. A Georgia editor apologized for a delay in issuing his paper in this Way a i was summoned to attend the funeral of my Mother in Law. She died Young but the congressional election of next tuesday will Tell whether the country to of bringing the highest testimonials and we commend them to the people of the District and bespeak for them a full share of patronage. Or. Beale was late with Chas. C. Dey of Ogden and or. Rapp with Smith amp Smith of the same City John s. Watson has just returned from the East As far As Kansas Iowa and Nebraska a tier he went to sell horses. He reports the situation of Farmers in Kansas gloomy enough Aud hut Little better for them in Iowa and Nebraska. The exodus from Kansas is Only equalled by the wild Tush there of immigration a few years ago. Propert is being sacrificed for what it will bring and men Are turning their faces backward to their old Homes in Missouri Illinois and Ohio Aud to their a a wife a the gospel Temperance meeting gotten up by the ladies of the West Side Union at the Parson school House sunday evening was a very enjoyable affair to All who attended. Those who took part in the programme acquitted themselves Well. Several new members were added to the Union and much encouragement Given the ladies to push their Noble work. They will hold their gospel meetings monthly and extend a cordial invitation to All to attend. Last saturday evening the Good templars elected the following officers to serve for the next three months chief Templar Mattie Hopkins. Vice Templar Ezra Burrell. Past Templar Bert Pierce. Secretary Ray Smith. Financial Sec a a Byrd Trego. Treasurer miss lore zen. Marshall a. W. a. B. York. Guard Chas. Berryman Sentinel Nellie Sweet. Died. At Oxford Idaho october 29th, 1890, of heart disease Fredrick Jas. Fisher beloved son of William f. And Lintie Fisher. Deceased was born november 5th, 1860. Freddie was no stranger to the people of Bingham county nor to those of Southeastern Idaho. Though Young in years he by his Manly bearing won the esteem and respect of All with whom he came in Contact and of All who knew him. We remember our first acquaintance with him at the agricultural fair years ago when with his Fittie Mare a Rose Quot he was the cynosure of All eyes and where his tender love for his Little nag showed that lie possessed a tender Loving heart. May he sleep in quiet repose until the grave shall give up its dead Young and old lovingly to meet together in the Harvest Home. Worle of tile Public school. At the first bimonthly examination of the Public school held last week the following ten pupils in the principals room and five each in the intermediate and primary Cromi received the highest general Avei Agi principal s room. A class Alice Warren. 87 1-7 b class Ada sill.86 5-7 a a a a Gregor Jones. 84 3-7 a a a a Arthur stewart.82 a a a a Geo. Anson.81 1-7 a a a a John Wright.80 a a a a Inez Wright.79 1-7 a a a a Geo. Warren .77 6-7 a a a a Henry stewart.77 a a a red rowles.75 4-7 intermediate room. Rebecca Wright .90 2-6 Lizzie Howell .87 5-8 Abbie stevens.86 1-2 John we. Jones. .85 1-5 Earl Houck .82 7-8 primary room. Willie Kirkpatrick .93 Ham Wright,.88 Elva Berryman. 85 Harold dipple.85 Lida sagers.82 the news feels a Lively interest in the work being done by the school and will report from time to time the result a i these bimonthly examinations. Under the new management the school has been graded and we understand that those pupils who make a general average of 80 for the term will be promoted without having to stand a final test to whom it May concern Alt parties Are hereby forbidden to haul Sand from my ranch Ron the West Side of the Railroad and Between the town of Blackfoot and Blackfoot River without my permission. W. H. Danilson. Attention ladies new dress flannels Cashmere Cin Chams plaids Cheviot and Cali Coes Lindsey i fool underwear red and White underwear children s medicated underwear hosiery for the ladies and children a Nice line of gos Simers for ladies and misses. Rubbers and rubber boots for the ladies. A Large Stock of shoes for All who need them. Aiso a Small Supply of boys clothing left which i will sell Low to close out Stock. In addition to the above the largest line of notions Ever brought to Blackfoot. Call and examine Ray Stock and be convinced that i sell no As cheap As any one in Blackfoot. Mrs. S. E. Holbrook. Stoves Quot the Garland Cook stoves and ranges Are the finest stoves the world produces. The smoothest and toughest casting of any stove made. The finest mounted. The Best Bakers. The handsomest the most 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 Yon Bay a a Garland a is it will be the very Best investment of a few dollars you Ever made. I also have a full line notice to Tarpa Yerx. Notice is hereby Given that on the second monday of december next All county and territorial taxes will become delinquent and unless the same be paid before that time 10 per cent will be raided thereto As provided by Section 1515 of the revised statutes of Idaho. All taxes must he paid to me at my office in Blackfoot unless otherwise provided and no taxes will be received except As delinquent taxes after saturday december 6th. J. J. Gheen assessor and collector. Blackfoot october 28th, 1890. Court proceedings. In Days gone by the opening Day of court in Blackfoot was a memorable Day. Not so to Day. The old Faiq up y Quot up Miliar a ape fresh Quot that came in with the regularity of grandfathers clock,1 hoarders wanted mrs. Sill will accommodate parties desiring Board in private family at reasonable rates. For further information Call at her residence in West end of town heating stoves pipe stove boards and scuttles. Colo 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. Lawyers amp Rapp Blackfoot Idaho. As have Over been brought in Blackfoot. Give me a Call and get prices respectfully d. I. Bie that. Blackfoot Idaho

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