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Blackfoot Idaho News (Newspaper) - October 11, 1890, Blackfoot, IdahoA the Idaho news. We i. Hrs published every saturday a o b m i n junes publisher. All orders for Job work of any kind will be promptly attended to. A nth real at the Post office at Blackfoot Idaho far Transito Timon he second class mall matter the Idaho news. The Idaho news. Vol. 4. Blackfoot Idaho saturday october 11, 1890. No. 19 to la ifs Oue year by mail.$3.00 six months. 1,75 three months. 1.00 advertising rates furnished of application Utah amp Northern time card going North. Fast mail al 4 30 a. In. Accommodation at 3 02 p. M. Going South. Fast mail at 3 23 a. M. Accommodation at 10 30 p. In. 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 Henriettas Gingham and prints. A Fedl and Complete Tine of Emiil Dreu s underwear a a alb boys and girl 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 beet. An elegant line of Saxony both Domestic and imported of various colors and reasonable prices. The a Mon Tanoan 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 we give you better value for Cash than any other House in town. We have a reason to believe a this. Come and see on goods. We have them to suit democrats republicans and everybody. W. H. Dai2ilsoi2 always to tie front. A Surprise ?0r 7he indies ii Thor of toss patterns. So the cry need not be repeated that miss has a dress of that i a foil 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 and knitting Cotton. Anything i have not mentioned Call for it. Now As i discount All Bills i can sell goods As cheap As the mrs. A. E. Barnhart local news items. A Little Man can Tell As big election lie As a giant. Regular quarterly meeting of county commissioners next monday. Will Danilson is attending As Cadet the military Academy at Ogden. Mountain Home is to become the county seat of the county of Elmore. The smelters at Houston Are to Start up by the 25th of october Rev. Or. Dawson of Eagle Rock will mid services in Blackfoot the first Quot a �?1 i Quot i ii y in each month. A a How Creek is the Only precinct in Bingham county that gave a democratic majority. A Large Quantity of Coke i being shipped from Blackfoot to the Houston mine. The Elias of our party were not at Home election Day but the Perkinss were All Piliere the Day before. Uncomfortable and Chilly winds and Republican news of gains have been very regular All the week. The entire democratic ticket of Bingham county went Down together. Far worse tickets have been elected than that. Paris precinct Bear Lake county polled 123 votes 2 years ago this year 21 All told. Right Rev. Bishop Talbot will visit Blackfoot during the last week of the month. Judge Morgan will move to Boise and make that City his Home during his term of office. Hon. Samuel f. Taylor and wife celebrated their Tiu wedding anniversary on the evening of the 3d inst. Trains Are now running Over the Broad Guage track from Pocatello to Ogden. Baled Hay is quoted at Banner Boise county at from 35 to 50 dollars per ton. Scud your horses and cattle Down this Way. Hank go Iliin has bought the Shannon hotel property in Blackfoot and expects to open it to the Public about the 25 of the present month. The result of wednesdays election was no test of party strength in Bingham county. The goods had to be delivered and they were delivered. A Good dose of liver regulator will help those who stirred up too much bile at election. This prescription is offered free. Some people Are particular to see their horses stabled at right but give their boys Freedom of streets and alleys. Cassia county went democratic for the state ticket but elected a mixed county ticket. M. T. Brown the old invincible Democrat was elected clerk. Good a. L. Richardson was not confirmed marshal fur Idaho and if not in the future he Wilt still have a Good office Viz clerk of the u. S. Court. The Only fatal election Row in the state iss reported from Silver City Dave Johnson shot and killed James Kay whiskey was the cause. Johnson escaped but the sheriff is in Pursuit. Janitor Watson is the Happy father of another boy that makes him take the party defeat so philosophically. Boys in the family there s nothing like them unless it he girls. Tic australian system of voting is what we want in Idaho and it is to be hoped that one of the first recommendations of the governors message to the legislature will be for a Law adopting that system. A luxuriant growth of grass will Spring up on the resting place of the anti mormon republicans who were so unceremoniously kicked out of politics at the Pocatello convention of to express it Sharp and Quick they ire done for a the Way to resume specie pay Maent a said Horace Greeley a is to resume a and the Way for the democrats to make Money out of their late defeat is for every one of them to go to work at some legitimate paying business and stick to it. Programme. The next gospel Temperance meeting will be held at the m. E. Church on next tuesday evening oct. 14. Presiding officer mrs. Trego. Song by congregation. Prayer by mrs. Lyons. Recitation Hale Cherry. Song Lizzie Criswell. Recitation w. D. Trego. Quartetti. Mrs. Stewart mrs. Cherry or. Reeves and Ralph Morgan debate by mrs Beeves and miss Mcpherson. Judges mrs. Danilson mrs. Jones and mrs. Osborn. If you want a bargain for Cash go to the fall Clearing Sale Beaver Canon is reveling in a the Beautiful Quot to the depth of 10 to 12 inches. A the Boomers have come to Eagle Rock and gone. There Are two things that no Man can count on with certainty the decision of a Petit jury and the result of an election and to these May be added the running of trains and de liver of mails. The Burgess House it. A. Jenne pro Eagle Rock i. T. First Glass Sample room Good accommodations. Charges reasonable. First class bar and billiard room. A Large 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 Examina my Stock before baying As i will not be undersold. Mrs Holbrook. Taken up. Taken up september. 10th, 1890. One Bay Mare branded f on the left shoulder weight about 900. Owner will please cull and pay charges and take her away or she will be sold As the Law directs. C. F. Smith. Piv Kopot october 3d, 1890. Bellevue failed to get the requisite cheapest. A number of votes to remove the county seat of Logan county from Shoshone. Special Timber agent Matthews has been removed and al Stout Given the appointment. Why it is not known unless it in in the regular order of political movements of the Day. When you see our Idaho prohibitionist boasting of his party Between elections ask him about his vote at the last election and Nineteen to Twenty he wont answer. Or. And mrs. James Briley desire to return sincere thanks to their friends for Many acts of kindness to them during the illness and following the death of their daughter Minnie. Sex president Hays says he cannot find words to express his regret at the passage of the Mckinley Bill. He counts it the worst move Ever made by the Republican party. Bingham county proves to lie the Banner Republican county in the state. She elected a straight Republican county ticket while every other county elected a mixed ticket j. S. Beckwith postmaster at Blackfoot has tendered his resignation and fied Stevens or. Has been recommended for the position. Or. Beckwith resigns to accept a better paying position in Ogden. Wanted at our office incubator a setting of rooster eggs from which to raise a full Brood of crowing Roos Teia for 1892, when we will elect a democratic president and carry Idaho. Our last crop was not of he crowing kind. Tar Sou Jones left last week ostensibly on a visit to his aged Mother at her Home in the state of Michigan but we Are not at Liberty to Tell of a blushing widow in the same state who is watching for her Lover from the land towards the setting Sun. Quot be publisher of the news is in the tetons for Bear Moose Elk and Deer. Parties wanting a Winter s Supply will leave orders at this office. The Miller s Rule first come first served. But then he Wilt have enough for everybody and there need be no Rush our Public school is progressing nicely and the Little ones seem much interested. If the teachers will continue to hold the reins of discipline As Well in hand As they have them now they Wilt win Many plaudits of Praise from patrons before the end of the Scholastic year. Oue of the most useless and expensive Laws in our statutes is that one requiring grand juries to examine and report upon the condition of the books of the county officers. They might As Well lie required to report the spots on the suns face at noontime and the condition of the atmosphere around the planet Mars for All the Good that a done a better plan of inspection should be devised and a Law passed accordingly. Attorneys Reeves and Quarles were candidates respectively for judge and attorney of the 5th judicial District at the last election. A Day or two after election this Brief correspondence passed Between them Salmon City Idaho. Dear Reeves a i guess you and i Are beat. Truly Yon a r. P. Quarles. Blackfoot Idaho. Dear Quarles a you Are a Good Guesser. As Ever w. T. Reeves. Or. A. M. Bumgarner of Haysville North Carolina who with his wife spent the summer in Bingham county visiting their sons have reached their Carolina Home. In a private letter to us he expresses himself kindly to wards Tiibi Idaho acquaintances and of their courteous treatment to him while in their midst. Or. Bumgarner is a Noble old gentleman and will command kind and courteous treatment wherever he May go and we Trust to see him a permanent citizen of Idaho when the Spring Flowers Bloom again. Wha t it did for us. The Republican Cyclone and water spout wednesday october 1st., blew Down our Beane pole made our Sparks Fly eclipsed our Moon piled our Wood in so wiled on Senter shot scattered our Wood All drenched our Fisherman frightened our Buck paralysed our Swine liar and demoralized the roosters of the news office and played Dick Walker and Thund ration generally. But in the. Language of 8aui Randall we Are a getting together in Good shape again. Herr August Duddenhausen a prominent promoter of port Townsend Washington is the guest of or. J. H. Card a of Ogden. During his visit Here or. D Lias made a great Many pleasant acquaintances Ogden daily Union Why that s our i it buddy As we live with the Herr prefixed. W Hen we last heard from him he was omit mine Friendt Schmidt a in Butte testing the qualities of Schmidt a Best imported Beer. Mrs. Ralph Morgan will leave next week for a visit to her parental Home in Illinois. Bro. Dennis of the Eagle Rock times Gaye us a Call tuesday and having on Blue spectacles imagined we looked Blue. Not much indigo color Over the election about u3, brother. We have been there before. The time has been when we were Green enough to be Blue Over an elec a ion and Blue enough to be Green but that time is Many leagues behind us. We regret our defeat but regrets cannot help the cause and instead of nursing them Nosy we Are striking out for better things for ourselves for Bingham county and for Idaho. Bunting amp co. Tell you something new in the news to Day. And so does mrs. Barnhart. Read what they say and profit by them. Jurors far october term of court. Grand jurors. Orville Buck Homer Laliberty Johnathan Davis a d. Dives Lewis Worth Geo. C. Stull Dan Hopkins Isreal Herald a s. Nichols Hiram Petton John Callahan c. R. Higham Geo. Junket John h. Swank William Broadhurst de Carlisle Antone Edinger we. Howard . Kelly Moses Kington. Trial jurors. Geo. A Ila Nulford Joseph Morgan John t. Heath Henry Mcgary Andy Fultz h. W. Curtis Chas. Martin Thos. Lineham Hyrum Byington o. S. Cleveland John Bonner Jacob Janson Christian Aylma p. B. Fox p. W. Boqua Hilery Payne John Montgomery de stopper we a. Crawford Charles n. Ellis Andrew f. Caldwell a. Ii. Lauagan Peter Johnson Dan al Miller. Notice for publication. Land office at , Idaho i october 8th. 1800. T notice u hereby Ai Ven that the following named settler has filed notice of Hie i Tenten ton to make final proof in support of his claim and that Eald proof will be made before Register and to Lecover at Lilac foot on november i5th, 1890, Viz William Morgan on h. E. No 190 for the n�?T4 Neq and Sev off i Section 11. Townships sooth Range 3i East. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence opon and cultivation of said land via William Downing David s. Morgan. Moses Johnson James Mctucker Allol a use foot Idaho. Pohrt j. Anson Register. Our line of ladies and children a Hose in Black Are Selling fast and cheap to make room for fall Stock. C. Bunting amp co boys and girls hats and Caps at Bunting s Are Selling rapidly Call before they Are All gone. Tea Pound buckets of homemade preserves at buntings cheaper than Yon can make them. Fine groceries French peas mushrooms shrimps Chung Keppard Herrings Herrings in Tomato sauce. Preserved boaters Etc., Etc., at Bunting s. Old papers for Sale at this office at 50 cents per Hundred. At q. Bunting amp goes. Attention ladies new dress flannels Cashmere Cin Chams plaids Cheviot Ancl Cali Coes Lindsey Wool underwear red and White underwear children a medicated underwear hosiery for the ladies and children a Nice line of Ges 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 no As cheap As any one in Blackfoot. Mrs. S. E. Holbrook. H. W. Curtis in. Hardware stoves tinware repairing of All kinds neatly and promptly done give me a trial. Stoves 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 you buy a a Garland a As if a it be the Verajr 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 shirts boots and shoes. As have Ever been brought in Blackfoot. Give me a Call and get prices respectfully d. H. Diet mud. Blackfoot Idaho

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