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Blackfoot Idaho News (Newspaper) - October 4, 1890, Blackfoot, IdahoThe Idaho news. Published every saturday. \ o k m a it Joses publisher. All orders for Job work of any kind will be i promptly attended to. In tool at the Poete flee at Blackfoot Idaho far to Radium Felon Tab second clan a mail matter i the Idaho news. Vol. 4 blvd foot Idaho saturday october 4, 1890. No. 18 the Idaho news. Terms one year by mail .$3,00 six months. 1,15 three months. T a 1,00 advertising rate furnished to Cfall Catton Utah amp Northern time card going North. Fut mall at 4 30 a. To. Accommodation at 3 02 p. M. Going South. Fast mail at 5 25 a. M. Accommodation at 10 30 p. To. All abound Home. A Ilii Iii lips i Lmh la Mph 1 the conventions Are Over dominations made. All candidates of both parties expect to be elected and our fall Stock of dry goods Are ready for inspection consisting of dress flannels sackings plaids Henriettaa Gid Grams and prints. A full and Complete line of children s 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 Blue 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 Montanna Quot 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 Liue. For we believe upon inspection that we can Cou Vinee the most septic that we give you better value 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. A Bilog hark a w hat was it i heard some one say new Milliery at mrs. A. E. Barnhart Well i will Call and see for myself. A full and Complete line of fancy goods and millinery trimmings dress buckles slides velvets ribbons Etc. Call and see. New goods constantly arriving. The Burgess House b. A. Wenhe pro Eagle Rock i. T. First Glass Sample room Good accommodations. Chai gee reasonable. First class bar and billiard room. A a a i a i 1 millinery. A targe Stock of millinery just received consisting of a full line of ladies and misses hats in silk Beaver and Felt plumes tips and feathers Birds wings Etc. Hoods for infants and children. It will pay you to Call and examine my Stock before buying As i will not be undersold. Mrs. Holbrook. R. H. Hopkins a dealer in lumber Wood Coal Lime Alao All kind of building material seeds Grain and Mill stuff. Sells at. All times at lowest Market Friges. Blag fool Idaho. Shoshone county went democratic and Bingham went Republican services sunday morning and evening at the methodist Church. Hon. Fred t. Dubois left thursday in orning for Washington City miss Vesia Wright is teaching in Gentile Valley. Special land agent Matthews came Down from North Idaho on wednesday evening. Figures Dout lie but men often in in putting them together in election times. The republicans bad supervisors at the Blackfoot polls and the democrats had none. The ladies Aid society realized a Nice Little sum from their lunch table election Day. Judge c. H. Berry was quite ill first of the week with pleurisy but is much better now. The election of wednesday settles one fact beyond All dispute and that is men can err in judgment and be honestly mistaken. Blackfoot precinct elected a democratic Justice add Constable so the defeat is not As bad As it might have been. That a one Comfort at least. The total vote of Blackfoot precinct was 225 about 25 transferred and 50 did not vote so the voting strength of the precinct is about 300. Mccatron precinct mistook i instructions it voted seven More than the clerk s list called for. Hurrah for Mccain Mon. Hon. Lyttleton Price of Hailey has i Wen recommended by or. Dubois for United states judge for Idaho and clerk a. L. Richardson for United states marshal. Make no wild and rash promises about future campaigns and elections. You cannot foretell the situation two years Hevee. Mrs Holbrook has a new a a add in this Issue to which your attention is directed. She has just received a Large and Well selected Stock of fall and Winter goods. A first election in the state of Idaho held october 1st, 1890, sold Ray vote for a Quarter of a from a voters diary. Cold weather and a Republican Victory came hand in hand and tin democrats could not stay the coming of either. Prohibitionists urge people to vote As they Pray but they do not always practice what they preach themselves the Republican majority at Pocatello will prove a a a White elephant to that party in Idaho. Hang this on a Peg and remember it when we remind you of it two years to come. The Snow that fell on the surround aug mountains wednesday night will be the last to disappear therefrom next july or August. Congress Lias adjourned and most of the Meliers have hurried Home to enter the Campaign for re election in november. The Rexburg band discoursed Good music at the democratic meeting at Blackfoot tuesday afternoon and at Pocatello same night. Fremont Wood and a. L. Richardson have been confirmed by the Senate respectively for u. S. Attorney and u. S. Marshal for Idaho. For Sale cheap a second Hund Hay Baler. All in Good condition. Terms reasonable. G. A Wright. Eagle Rock Idaho sept. 18, 1890. Sixty bushels of wheat to the acre is better than the aches of office particularly when the office is bought with More than the salary of the office our Indian philosopher Lazy Joe takes the result of the election very philosophically. He has not been concerned enough to inquire after the Lucky ones. Some Friend presented our office with a crowing Hen for the Republican Victory lie certainly was forgetful of trite old Couplet a whistling men and crowing hens Aida is come to some bad the election is Over numbered with Ine things that Are past. Bury the animosities engendered in the Campaign. Recall if possible the harsh wools spoken and go to work with the same Energy As exerted in the fight to build up your fortunes and the fortunes of the state be obedient and respectful to those in authority and the next two years will be years of Psia and Prosperity to Idaho. The mountains towards Caribou Are White with Snow to Day. The vote at me Cammoun was so irregular that it would not stand much show in the courts. The same amount of vital Force Energy and Money spent in almost any legitimate business As spent in seeking office will produce More in return Viau the salary of that office. Messes. Meyer Gerber and heard of new York Quot and Burns and Meyer of Ohio capitalists spent Friday in Blackfoot on business with the land office. On another Page of to Days Issue will be found full proceedings of the state convention of the w. C. T. Ii. Held Here sept. 19 the to 22d. We Are lie hid in publishing them but then it is never too late to publish Good works and the deeds of Good and Noble workers. It is wonderful what a big lot of Fellows an election develops who made so Many other Fellows a drop them in heart a talk and you would think three or four voted two or three Hundred. Nothing like a in Flooence you know. Suppose puck should come out next week with a caricature of a voter being led up to the polls by a runner for his party and there be made to drop in his ballot do you think his opinion of himself would be heightened we saw that picture More than once last wednesday the election is Over the republicans have won and the world still revolves on its Axis As smoothly As it did the Day Idaho was. Admitted into the Union. To the Man who will work sow his seed irrigate and attend to his own business Harvest time Wilt come with As plentiful Harvest As if Alt the men on All the tickets were elected and installed in office. If men would Only vote As they talk How Well it would be but where is the truthfulness the manliness the honesty for one to vote the Republican ticket and Tell every Democrat he meets that he voted a straight democratic ticket or for one voting the democratic ticket to Tell republicans the same Story. The meanest wretch who Ever sneaked around Blackfoot was the parly who stole the tableware of the ladies Aid society from their lunch staud wednesday night. If there was the slightest Trace of principle about them they would grow As sick of the meals eaten from the plates As the Man who attempted to eat 30 quails in 30 consecutive Days. At a regular meeting of Blackfoot Union w. C. T. A a vote of thanks was tenderer to b. S. Holbrook for his help in decorating the Church for the convention services to or. Johnson for donating conveyances to take visitors to the Asylum to the news for cheering words to the Eagle Rock times for its full report of the con mention and to the friends who kindly made the ice Cream for the social session. Rumours of a fatal wreck of the fast mail train on die Oregon Short Liny near the town of Shoshone is wildly afloat to Day. It is Given out that 43 persons were killed and wounded. Nothing definite can be Learned Mare than it was of such magnitude As to summon general superintendent res Sique from Salt Lake to the scene As fast As steam could carry him. U. S. Attorney Fremont Wood was one of the passengers on the train wrecked. The news will not attempt to give its readers a tabulated statement of the votes of the county this week because the votes of Many Back precincts Are not in but enough is now known to satisfy us that every Republican candidate for county office is elected and for the next two years the county affairs will be in the hands of the new regime. A number of the newly elected officers Are personally known to us they Are Good men and we believe the county will have no cause of complaint at their administration the majority won by those we do not know bespeak the Confidence voters have in them and we Are always willing to abide the action of the majority of voters at elections. Otherwise an unwelcome messenger at the hour of his coming. He came into our midst thursday morning and As the Early frosts of the season blight and kill the Blooming Flowers so he blighted the Home of or. And mrs. James Briley and robbed them of their beloved daughter Minnie. Minnie was sick but a few Days not Seri ou9ly As was supposed and even her school mates As Well As the Community were startled thursday morning at the announcement of her death. Her funeral was conducted Friday morning from the methodist Church of which she was a consistent member by her pastor. Rev. Geo. A Stull and her remains followed by Many mourning friends were placed to rest in the silent City of our dead. She was a Good girl esteemed by All who knew her and Many Are the mourners who Grieve that she was taken away in the very morn of life. Taken up. Taken up september. 10th, 1890, one Bay Marc branded f on the left shoulder weight about 900. Owner will please Call and pay charges and take her away or she will be sold As the Law directs. C. F. Smith Blackfoot october 3d, 1890. Attention housekeepers i will sell at a big bargain All my household goods including furniture Beds and bedding two Feather Beds j pillows and bolsters carpets heating cooking a gasoline stove tableware and glassware. Home and see. Mrs. Shelborne. Blackfoot sept. 24, 1890. Hay for Sale. Two Hundred tons of Choice Lucerne Hay 5 mites North of Blackfoot. With fenced Field to feed in. William Howard. Blackfoot Idaho sept. 12, 1890. to be elected. By a very Large majority. W it because our immense Stock of dry goods is the Best. Because we carry the Best line of clothing. Because our $10,000 Stock of boots and shoes Are unequalled in the state. Because we carry the largest and finest line of family and fancy groceries. Because we buy in car Load lots and pay Cash. And because we cannot and will not be undersold for the spot Cash. Remember this. C. Bunting amp cd. Pasture. Attention ladies new dress flannels Cashmere Cin Chams plaids Cheviot and Cali Coes Lindsey Wool underwear red and White underwear children a 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. Also 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 my Stock and be convinced that i sell my As cheap As any one in Blackfoot. Mrs. S. E. Holbrook. I will pasture horses Aud cows by the week or month. Inquire at ranch Geo. P. Howell Blackfoot River. Blackfoot Idaho sept. 12,1890. Eye ear Anil deformities. Or. To j. Eaton formerly of the surgical infirmary of Indianapolis will visit Pocatello onday and tuesday october 6th and 7th. Rooms a Pacific hotel and Eagle Rock saturday october 4th. Or. Eaton has for the past Twenty five years made a specially of the Eye ear and deformities and has straightened More than one thousand Cross eyes. All inflamed and sore eyes can be cured unless disorganization has taken place. Artificial eyes inserted and the most efficient braces for the cure of crooked limbs club feet spinal diseases Etc. Etc., furnished. Notice for publication. Land once at , Idaho. I. September 11 to. 1800. L notice is hereby Tiven that the following Nacil settler has sled notice of Bis intention to Steuhr final proof in support of ills claim and that said proof a Iii be made before oleic water and receiver at Blackfoot. October Alstn Imbu Viz win. Weary Rick on h. E so. 21.9 for the new see. 9 to. 3 s. Hague 31 East b. M. He names the Follo Winji a a to Nesses to prove his continuous Resit Lenco upon and cultivation of. Said land. Var. Homer Allburty James f. Wood John Stander Stephen c. Simmons All of Bingham county. Idaho pub Kyj. Anus. Register. Herman a Mondschein watchmaker amp jeweler. Does All kinds of repairing All work work warranted. Prices reasonable. Office in the Pioneer drug store. Cut Down by the Early Frost. Death comes without bidding. He comes in the Early morn and takes the tender infant from its mothers fond embrace he comes at noon time and leads away the Young Man and the Young woman with the first blushes of manhood Aud womanhood on their Cheek and he comes at eventide and takes the aged worn Down it Mav be with years and cares and Bur Jde is of life. He is Oft eur than stoves the Garland Cook st0yes 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 you buy a a Garland Quot a a a a will be the very Best investment of a few dollars you Ever made. I also have a full line heating stoves pipe stove boards and scuttles. Cold is what is soon coming and. To keep men and boys warm i have a Fine line overcoats underwear socks Over skirts boots and shoes. ,1 word to ladles. Ladies who desire a Beautiful Clear skin free from pimples boils blotches and other eruptions should commence at once to use or. Gunn s improved liver pills. They will also remove that heavy look about your eyes and make them Bright and will cure headache from whatever cause it arises. Remember you Are Only required to take one Small Pill at bed tim. Which is coated with pure sugar and will not Gripe or produce any unpleasant sensation. Sold at 25 cents by Behle amp son. As have Ever been brought in Blag poot. Give me a Call and get prices respectfully d. H. Biethan. Blackfoot Idaho

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