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Blackfoot Idaho News (Newspaper) - November 8, 1890, Blackfoot, IdahoThe Idaho news. Published every saturday. Norman Jones publisher. All orders for Job work of any kind will be promptly attended to. Entered at the Post Ofhie at Luck foot Idaho for As second Ulhaas mall matter the Idaho news. Vol. 4. Blackfoot Idaho saturday november 8, 1890. No. 23 the Idaho news. Terms t one year by mail. Six months. Three months. .$3,601.751,00 Utah amp Northern Tima card going North. Fast mail at 4 30 a. M. Accommodation at 3 02 p. M. Going South. Fast mail at 5 25 a. M. Accommodation at 10 30 p. election is Over. All officers Are elected. And our fall Stock of dry goods Are ready for inspection consisting of dress flannels sackings plaids Henriettas Gingham and prints. A full and Complete line of children s underwear both boys and girls. A very Nice and reasonable assortment of ladies and gets underwear a very Nice line of ladies gents and children s hosiery. A fair line of red White and Blue 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 a yarn is the strongest and most durable. After you have examined the Stock of our competitors we would be More than glad to show you our line for we believe upon inspection that we can convince the most septic that to give you better \ Alue for Cash than 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. Dagils0i2always to the front. A Surprise Fror the i pies ii 1 War of toss pattern. So the cry need not be repealed that miss has a dress of that a full line of millinery. Children and infants Caps in Small silk and Plush. Infants Vest and Jacques. Ladies and miss mitts or by and Cashmere gloves. I a i Natoo mid Zephyr Caps Zephyr. Sony a knitting Cotton anything 1 have no no Ednir a Call for it. Now As i discount All Bills i can sell goods As cheap a he cheapest. Mrs. A. E. Bark Hart insolvency notice. Id the District cot r of Tbs re jul Ileal Dis tried county of he Nahum. Flat of Idaho in the matter of Herbert Horsly and Inezi Kiah Moore partners Uno r the firm name of ii Moore amp co., insolvent debt is the petition schedule Tiu invent by t f in Moore amp co. Bavin been duly re Seiv. U and filed in this court and it appt Arm tic re from satisfactory to the court i a i said i i. Moore a co. Are insolvent it is therefore hereby declared by the. Court thin aug a Moore amp cots insolvent and the sheriff o bin Ham county Idaho is hereby request to. A Elered and directed to take charge and Possi a Slonoff All the estate both real and personal it the said h. Moore amp co., except such a Tiia be by Law exempt from exec timid cd to boil deeds voucher books of accounts and papers and keep same safely until appoint Merit of an Assignee. It is further ordered that All persons be a a. Are hereby forbidden to pay any Deb la own the said h. Moore amp co v i i cum to to them claimed or owned i. T pm it or Uso. And All persons a to Rhian u to nov a transferred to them any property by sult to h. Moore amp co., and tin y Are forbidden a Transfer Emo. And it further ordered i a 6th Day of december 1sswat the court room of this cont in the Rouen of Blackfoot. At 1�o o clock a in of said Day and the same is hereby appointed As the t and place for a meeting or the credit i the said a Moore amp co. Top it that r and to choose one or More in iriv it Quot estate of said h Moore amp it it is l Artber ordered that tul a j a newspaper of general circulation publish at Blackfoot. Idaho be Desly nut Das the news paper in which publication Hereof must he made. And it is further ordered that All Legal proceedings against said insolvent be and Are hereby stayed o h. Berky judge. Dated november 3d, 1890. To whom it May concern All parties Are hereby forbidden to haul Sand from my ranch on the West Side of the Railroad and Between flu town of Blackfoot and Blackfoot River without my permission. A a h. Danil90n. Local news items. Mrs. R. J. Osborn has returned from a pleasant visit to Ogden. G. W. Powell one of the old Missouri democrats from lost River came Down wednesday in time to hear the Good news from the states. All the new county officers have qualified and Are anxiously awaiting january 15 to enter upon their duties Cadet John Danilson of Ogden military Academy has been appointed Corporal in company c. Geo. Anderson left for Huntington West Vii Gin a a this week to be gone until Spring time. At the october election of this state the democrats elected three of the five District judges and the republicans three of the five District attorneys. For new boots and shoes or for general repairing Call on h. Wagner at the old Pioneer drug store. Done to you forget it we will have a Boom Here before Long and we wont have to change the name of our town to get it he net. A number of real estate deals have been made Here this week. Geo. W. Gorton invested in Boise City realty last week. He bought 3 lots in the Ressequie addition. D. 11 Biethan it .-gom1 to Chicago to make purchases for his Blackfoot store and the new store he proposes to open at Eagle Rock. The ladies will hold their regular gospel Temperance meeting at the Baptist Church on next tuesday evening All cordially invited to attend. We understand that George Hafer will soon open a new furniture store in the old West amp Dnn Ciler build a no Ami that he is now in the East buying his Stock. Or. L. D. Shafer dentist will be in Blackfoot again the latter part of november dates in this paper next week. Rev. Stull has gone East after ids wife who has been visiting relatives in the state of new York and while away will visit his Mother at her Home in new Jersey. The proposition for a flouring Milt at this place has been favourably agitated and a part of the material is now contracted for. A new land company 1ms lately been organized for the purpose of buying Selling improving and beautifying the town property of Blackfoot and making further addition to the plat of said town. Guv slump led the Republican state ticket his majority was 2314, congressman Sweet came next with 2118 and attorney general Roberts brought up the rear with 1500. And Blackfoot sure enough is to Lave a big flour Mill. Stone for the building bus been contracted for and will soon be upon the ground tor the foundation. Blackfoot is not booming bin Blackfoot is growing. Judge Sun Drod adjourned court sine die thursday. It is thought that the legislature will provide for a term in december for Bingham county. In that event we shall have Lively scenes in december and january. Seven Republican representatives in the legislature were elected by Only 112 combined majority or an average of if ouch. What a trifle in numbers too a h United state senator on. I l i b cd with and or. J. S Cahill were married in Ogden eve nine it. 4 a a Lurk and Lili mediately left for Omaha their future Home. Blackfoot friends and tub news Send Conga Illarion. Major p. Gallagher Pocatello big merchant c. Me up in i1- Csepi �?�.? thursday be was a r to Ely Happy Over the Good work of ids Par 1tu. Day hut not at a ii surprised at results. Tic. M Jor is y Well schooled politician and i a Quick to plan or to Forese. The effect of Marty movements As any poli Lei n in Southern Idaho the annual teachers Institute for the Veur 181 0 will he held at Blackf Mit. Beginning november 24tb, and mid mining in session five Days the next quarterly examination will tie held at the same place november 23. Friends of education Are cordially in-v11i d to attend these sessions. Rev. Or. Dawson of Eagle Rock visited his Blackfoot parishioners on wednesday. Lie is looking to the building of an episcopal Church in Blackfoot at an Early Day. He already has a donation of $5110 from outside parties and also lots Whereon to build and As soon As he can secure the requisite amount the work of erection will begin. Chicagoan stopping at Blackfoot lately pronounced the hotel accommodations of this town the Best they had struck in the West and said the House was a Model for neatness and cleanliness and the Host and hostess right tip to the times for cleverness. The Boise daily Sun says a Man can make one thousand dollars per Are on Idaho land raising prunes if our brother will prune the statement three fourths we feel prone to say it will still be a big thing in prunes. For rent a Small House with two rooms in the West end of town. For further information apply at the foot office. A fact that everybody travelling Oyer the Range and extended Plains should know is that All watches Are compasses. Point the hour hand to the Sun and the South is exactly half Way Between that hour and the figure Xii on the watch. Capt. Cunningham of Richmond Virginia one of the Best singers in the state proposes to sing at his own of Luerul. To do this he has bought a phom graph and will sing into it Quot Home of thu soul and a a Good Aud put it away and when he lie. The phonograph is to deliver the two songs. Blackfoot will be the great Garden City of the Valley and the residential town for Idaho Falls Boomers the seat of a College and various enterprises that will make it the first town Between Ogden Aud Butte for where is there a More Lovely site for a town amidst the richest of lands that stretch Forth in every direction. Programme for the gospel Temperance meeting to be held at. The Baptist Church next tuesday evening mrs. E. E. Givens presiding dinging by the choir. Prayer. Singing by the choir. Responsive Roll Call. Recitation by Mattie Hopkins. Song by band of Hope. Recitation by mrs Biethan. Duett f. W. Vogler and miss Sill. Recitation by Rose Benjamin. Short addresses. Temperance doxology romantic wedding. The Little town of Cliff which has recently grown up in Dimter county around the smelter of the Idaho cop per cows the Cene on saturday evening of a Brilliant wedding. Or. Elwood j. Wilson the efficient superintendent of the mines and miss Josie Fleuren Deelii a sprightly Young lady whose parents have resided at Cliff for the past six years being the Cou tracking parties Rev. A. H. Lyons of Blackfoot officiating. Invitations to attend the wedding had been extended to All in the Camp and 8 p. To witnessed the assemblage of a Large number of guests and when the minister after a Beautiful and impressive ceremony pronounced them Man and wife Many were the Good wishes expressed for their future happiness. After the wedding the bridal party and guests to the number of two Hundred partook of an elegant supper at the company a hotel. Eagle Rock eagles. The Boom Boom eth. Real estate is passing into strangers hands. The Moss on lie old buildings is being Hiil by new paint. Gnu Jor Jack Anderson has gone to a id j Ain i on a vide the buildings on a twi my looking As in Sii u a in Dolly \ Arrien for a May Dav picnic. J a. Clark is soon to reel Large two Story Sunn building next door to where Jack Bunting Sells such cheap groceries. G. G. Wright manager of the Coop implement co., is kept As Busy As tic Man who Sells tickets for a Steamboat excursion. His House is doing an immense business in machinery and also in buying and shipping country produce. The times is flourishing both in its news and Job department. The Yonng gentlemen in charge Merit the encouragement and patronage being o generously Lav Lowed. The Burgess House under mine Host Jenne is a popular hostelry and its patronage is limited Only by its capacity to accommodate. Once a Pato n always a Patron under the present management. Is the darkest Days of the town tut new maintained Lluu their was a brighter future in store for it than to a oldest inhabitants had Ever seen and indications Point to an approaching fulfilment of the prophecy. May the Good time come and come Quick. Eagle Rock has one of the most courteous Railroad agents on the entire system. Agent Coltran is a gentleman and he Trent everybody gentlemanly. This is a truthful statement. It is surprising to know of the number of car loads of country produce shipped northward and southward from this Point. The like was never seen Here even Back to the time when the Eagle built her nest on the Rock from which the town gets its name. I Storer made some splendid sales in real estate monday and was negotiating others when the Sun went Down. He sees that the Boom has come to stay and that the future is teeming with Good tilings in store for the old town yet. Comm Lasio Nersy proceedings. Adjourned term the Board met at the usual hour present Carter King and Hickey and he following business was transacted Bond of Mark Patrie clerk of the the court and sex Offlio auditor and recorder of Bingham county for $15,000, was submitted and approved. Bond of c. S. Smith sheriff for $10,000. Approved. Bond of Fred s. Stevens probate judge and sex Offlio superintendent of Public schools for $5,000, approved. Bond of Harry w. Curtis treasurer for $20,000, approved. Bond of o. Sonnkalb Surveyor for $2,000, approved. Bond of or. Mitchell Coroner for $1,000, approved. Bonds of David Breckenridge r. J. Hays and Hank Gartz commissioners for $5,000 each approved. Bonds of the following justices of the peace for $1,000 each approved. H. 0. Harkness Mccammon j. T. Watts Danilson Springs. C. Ii. Comstock Market Lake. A. J. Myers Medicine Lodge. C. E. Arney and c. B. Taylor Eagle Rock. Bids for supplies a for the Idaho insane Asylum. Rites for supplying the Idaho insane Asylum with supplies fur the al months ending june 1, 1891, will be received by the Board of directors until december 1st, 1800, As follows 7.500 lbs beef to be delivered by bras wanted 10000 44 bran and shorts. 300 a a Corn meal. 1500 a flour 4u0 a a Graham flour. 500 44 Germade. 300 44 oat Flake 300 a a Mill cleaned wheat 400 a a apples Sun dried 200 a apricots dried 100 Quot pears and 300 lbs peaches dried 200 a a plums and 400 lbs Primea dried 200 44 Mackerel. 600 44 White Navy Beans. A 50ft 44 Hice. 1250 a a sugar granulated. 300 a a sugar. Golfer a 50 14 sugar pulverised 25 chocolate 400 44 Coffee and 135 Ibe Tea 1500 a a butter 60 Pound Quot per week. 75 ,4 baking powder. Hoy a 150 44 cheese 70 0 44 lard 12 44 ground Mustard 10 44 almonds 50 44 soda and 50 of Sweet Cracker 6u0 44 Salt Liverpool 100 41 sait Rock 50 44 Topi Oca 50 44 chewing and 30 of smoking tobacco. 50 Gal. Honey strained 30 a syrup new Orleans 60 44 syrup in five Galon kegs 00 44 vinegar Apple elder 1 Doz bottles of Chow a How 250 4 eggs to be delivered by the Case 1 Quot salad dressing Durkee a 1 a a bottles of Picca Lily 1 44 bottles Tomate Catsup Snyder a 1 44 bottles sauce. 12 44 cans Beans 8 Doz cans cherries 6 �?T4 cans oysters 8 Doz. Cans peaches. 2 44 cans pie peaches California 13 44 cans peas 8 Doz cans pears 8 44 cans of plums 12 a a cans of tomatoes. 2 44 cans of sardines French imported. 2 4> Chub of lobsters. Doz buttons for dresses medium size 30 a a buttons for pantaloons h buttons for Coats and 10 Doz for tests 4�?~ buttons Rice Large and 40 Doz medium to 44 buckles for pantaloons 3 ,4 pairs Buckskin gloves 2 44 hats and 1 Doz Caps for men. 3 44 overalls 2 Doz overshoes 2 Doz socks mittens Lor men and 1 Doz for women. Congress gaiters for women Cotton Hose for women bolts White Lape bolts coat binding liner and 2 Doz re handkerchiefs spools White Linen thread. No. 1u White 20 Doz Black Lark s o n t thread 50 yes butchers Unen 50 44 cheese cloth 10 44 Felt 200 a Gingham Best Blue and White. 100 44 Gingham for aprons. 10 44 Linen facing. 200 14 Linen for towels 100&Quot bleached table Linen 50 4 Turkey red table Linen 100 44 Muslin unbleached 300 14 sheeting single unbleached 2tx 44 sheeting single bleached Ico 44 sheeting double bleached 100 Quot Silesia w Hite and 100 Yards coloured 50 44 material for Kitchen aprons 100 44 material fur mens do tiling Strong but not heavy full description or samples when practicable will accompany each bid. And preference will be Given bidders who furnish hum pies. Accepted samples will be kept and paid for non accepted returned at bidders expense bidders Are requested to make their prices for goods delivered at r. To depot in Blackfoot freight prepaid when Railroad transportation is necessary otherwise to he delivered itt the Asylum. Bids must be in sealed envelopes marked Quot bids for supplies and addressed to Liao insane Asylum. Blackfoot. Idaho. The Board reserves the right to reject and and All bids by to Der of the Board o. P. Johnson drive foe 30 Olf Cox a ladies Glove calf shoes ladies Grain calf shoes slandered screw fastened. Si.50 pm . B�ontin6 amp co. Attention ladies new dress flannels Cashmere Gingham plaids Cheviot Ancl Cali Coes Lindsey Wool underwear red and White underwear child in ends medicated underwear hosiery for the ladies Aud children a Nice line of gos Simers for ladies and misses. Rubbers and rubber boots for the ladies. A Large Stock of shoes for ail who need them. Also a Small Supply of boys clothing left which i will sell Low to close out Stock. In addition to the above the largest Jine of notions Ever brought to Blackfoot. Call and examine my Stock and be convinced that i Sci log As cheap As any one in Blackfoot mrs. S. E. the Garlan Cook stores and ranges Are the finest stoves the world produces. The smoothest and toughe3t easting 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 you buy a a Garland a As pfc w he the very Best investment of a few dollars you Ever made. I also have a full Lino heating stoves pipe stove boards and 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 Blackfoot. Give me a Call and get prices respectfully 5 a d. H. Bie3than, Blackfoot Idaho

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