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Blackfoot Idaho News (Newspaper) - October 18, 1890, Blackfoot, IdahoThe Idaho news. Published every saturday. Norman j0��1�s,. Ail orders for Job work of any Usu will be promptly attended to. Entered at the Post Toffice it Mitho for transmission a second clue Tun if t. Atter Idaho news. Vol. 4. Blackfoot Idaho Satu Liday october 18, 1890. No. 20 the Idaho news. Terms one year by mail,.93.0b six months. 1,7 5 three Mouths. 1,00 Utah amp Northern time card. Going North. Past mail at 4 30 a. M. Accommodation at 3 02 p. M. Going South. Fait mail at 5 25 a. M. Accommodation at 10 30 p. A 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 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 s hosiery. A fair line of red White and Blue flannel. Blankets from the cheapest to the Bast. 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. 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 Yon 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. A Dabillo always to tie front. A Surprise f0r the ladies in tie Way of dross patterns. So the cry need not be repeated that miss 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 a Ashmere 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 cheapest. Mrs. A. E. Barnhart insolvency notice. In the District court of think judicial District county of Bingham state of Idaho. In the matter of k. A Williams an insolvent debtor. The petition schedule and inventory of k. D. Williams having been duly received and filed in this court and it appearing therefrom satisfactory to the court that said k. D. Williams is insolvent it is there Ore hereby declared by the court that k. D. Williams is insolvent and the sheriff of Bing Ham county Idaho is hereby requested ordered and directed to take a Harar and Possession of All the estate both real and personal of the said k. D. Williams except such As May be by Law exempt from execution and of his deeds vouchers books of accounts and papers and keep same safely until appointment of an Assignee. It is further ordered that Alt persons be and Are hereby forbidden to any debts owing 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 november 1890, at the court room of this court in the town of Blackfoot. At 10 of clock a. M. Of said Day be and the same is hereby appointed As the time and place for a meeting of the creditors of the said k. D. Williams to prove their debts and to choose one or More assignees of the a a Tate of said k. D. Williams. It is further ordered that the Idaho news. A newspaper of general circulation published at Blackfoot Idaho be designated As the news paper in which publication Hereof must be made. And it is further ordered that All Legal proceedings against said insolvent in and Are hereby stayed. C. H. Berry judge. Dated october 2d, Ink. Pasture. I will pasture horses and cows by week or Mouth. Inquire at ranch Geo. P. Howell Blackfoot River. Blackfoot Idaho sept 13,1890. Local Neh is items. Services at the Baptist Church sunday morning and evening. Sei vices at the methodist Church next sunday morning and evening. Everybody cordially invited. Commissioner Hickey we understand has been tendered a Good paying position at Anaconda Montana. Hay is reported extremely scarce in Oregon Aud quoted from $20 to $30 per ton this Early in the season. The next annual association of the Utah Aud Idaho baptists will be held at Eagle Rock. Or. G. W. Mccormick of Silver City is visiting friends in Blackfoot and will remain a few Days. Wheat is Selling North of Eagle Rock at $1 and Oats at $1.35 per Hundred pounds. Logan county commissioners have decided that Bellevue gets the county seat. A new superintendent and an increase of working Force at Nicholia make the neighbors believe there is life in the old Camp yet. Governor Shoup is busily engaged on his annual report to the Secretary of the Interior. The lost River cattle thieves have been caught in the mountains near Bellevue. Carlisle pa., Indian school has 728 pupils enrolled and four of these Are from the fort Hall school mrs. Hammond and children returned sunday from a visit to Rock Springs Wyoming. Trout Ashing in Snake River near Danilson Springs is said to be magnum Bon u m. A number of cases of typhoid fever is reported in our neighbouring City Down the Road Pocatello. Miss Reevy of Blackfoot was honoured in leading the grand March with governor soup at the Pocatello Ball. Fort Hall Indian school has about 75 pupils enrolled. When cold weather pinches it will have at least fifty More. Three counties of the state voted on county seat removals Shoshone Logan and Elmore Ada county the Banner Republican county of the state elected More democrats on the county ticket than any other county. Higham precinct was thrown out by the commissioners in the count. The clerk s books showed 7 votes and the ballot Box contained 150 tickets. A son is a son All the Days of his life but a daughter is a daughter till she is somebody s wife. Mrs. Harry King came Over from Chesterfield and spent the week in Blackfoot while her husband was engaged As commissioner on business for the county. The Board of county commissioners have been in session four Days of this week. Full proceedings of their work will appear in our next Issue. Editor Bonney of the Eagle Rock times has returned from his Northern and Western tour and will be on hand to meet judge Berry a charges for contempt of court on the 29 inst. He made a visit to Blackfoot on last wednesday morning. North Idaho and Eastern Washington have a the fat year Gram crops this season. The granaries and elevators Are like the hats of some of the newly elected officers too Small. A grand Republican Ball was Given at the opera Bouse. Pocatello wednesday evening tickets of admission $5, and the proceeds were to go in defray ing the expenses of the county Campaign. A number of Blac footers attended. One Hundred clergymen of new York City held a meeting the other night to take Steps looking to a better government of that City. What will their resolutions and sunday sermons amount to if they preach one doctrine and vote another. One vote can neutralize and even destroy a dozen sermons. When it is not one thing it is another now that the election is Over and gone the weather furnishes us a plenty of subject matter to shiver Over and talk about the truth is the weather like cold Souyee is always Handy. A Young attorney named Rapp of Ogden will locate in Blackfoot and has rented an office in the old Pioneer drug store building. Some of the Little five and ten Dollar checks Are coming in from Back precinct voters demanding payment and in a quiet Way the Payee tell3 you a this is what i you savvy ? Maggie an old Indian Squaw Heap Ketch a a mrs. Jale Bassetts Silver table Ware the other Day a portion of which has been recovered. Ladies of town should remember Maggie and her propensity. Blackfoot. I it too Small a town to expend $5,000 a year to educate her children from Home and yet that is about what she is paying out for that purpose this year. Senator Rogers Wilt introduce a number of Hills at the meeting of the legislature that will commend themselves to every honest legislator Aud will most surely become Laws of the new state. S. G. King whom our people will remember us representative of Brum Back and Lamb loan co., and a Sterling Young Democrat was elected clerk of Ada county by a majority of 282 Over sol Hasbrook clerk of the supreme court. Mrs. S. E. Holbrook has been elected Delegate to the National w. C. T. Union at Atlanta Georgia nov. 15th. She will attend and Wilt do Idaho Good sender. Boise papers Are trying to explain to one another s satisfaction How it was that the democrats got away with the county ticket. Why that a Plain As the bump on a Camel s Back More votes were cast for the democrats than were for the republicans. That s the whole secret if secret it be. Cold and Coal Are not going hand in baud in Blackfoot. Cold has Coine in Advance of Coal and without Coal it is impossible to drive away cold. When you talk Coal the Coal dealers Turu the cold shoulder and there you Are left in the cold and with no satisfaction about Coal. A report of the management of the z. C. M. I., sait Lake City show sales for the past six months to be $1,799 804 or an average of $299,984 per month and about $10,000 per Day. That s a whopper aint it. Blast the stage born blow the trumpet Call Forth a genuine Chiavari and awake the dead poets who a Aster write for immortality. Tell m their glory and Fame Are gone eclipsed by the new fledged poet Aster of the Register who made Dis Tingue our rooster and himself by his very poor etry. Supt. Robt. Blickens Derfer formerly of the Idaho division of the u. P. System and later of the Nebraska division but removed by general manager de Dickenson has been restored to the charge of the Nebraska division a no mails from the East Quot Quot no mails from the West a Quot wreck on the main line Quot a wreck on the Short line Quot a an Engineer killed and fireman badly Hurt,.�?� Are Home of the daily dispatches along the u. P. System. A ref 1 Kin Jess git to heaven Quot said an old negro Dat s All i axes. I Doan Kere apr March up wid or brass band an make a mighty stir i Doan a Der Angels to shout Nur de saints ter Rush up an shake hulls. No Sab i Doan Axall Dat fur All i want is ter git in Dar. A need t put Dase is ter de Truble of handing Roun pies an Sweet stuff. Hoe cake sorter greased wider aeon Rine is Good snuff fur me. The ladies of the a c. T. U., Are becoming successful and Independent workers when outside help fails them they can improvise substitutes from their own members and do the work marked out. The gospel services tuesday evening was a proof of this. All the outsiders failed to respond to their parts of the programme hut mrs. Trego or. Orr mrs Holbrook mrs. Cherry mias Cora Sill and Ralph Morgan prepared a programme that was really interesting and made the services very enjoyable. Sometimes a miss proves a hit Aud this May have been one of them. Blackfoot should be made an educational Center for Southeastern Idaho and Southern Montana. There is no politics in this and the people should come together As one Man on the proposition. There Are Many Bright Little boys and girls in the town who will have to be sent from Home unless proper school facilities Are provided for at Home and the sooner this be done the better for every citizen and for the town itself. Instead of sending a dozen of our own children from Home to school we should be educating five dozen from abroad Here in Blackfoot. Citizens think of this matter think seriously and for a purpose. Mrs. Emaline wife of Jas. Woods died tuesday morning at their Home on the West Side of Snake River after a pro Braot de Melness. The funeral took place from the Baptist Church wednesday at 1 o clock and was attended by a Large number of friends and neighbors. Mrs. Woods came from North Carolina five years ago and Laboured faithfully to help build up a Home in this new West. She was 46 years of age and had been an Earnest a Bristlin and member of the Baptist Church for the past Twenty six years. Her husband brother and relatives desire to return thanks to tiie neighbors and friends for their kind assistance Aud sympathy in this time of affliction. The remains were entered in the Odd Fellows cemetery. Old papers for Sale at this office at 50 cents per Hundred. Rev Lyons will conduct services at the Parson school House of the West Side at 3 o clock sunday evening. Bishop Talbot will not visit Blackfoot this season As heretofore announced. Mrs. Sills bought the Williams residence yesterday and gets Possession to Day saturday. Marshal Wilson says judge Berry will open court Here of the 29th and will attend to no United states business than to pass on accounts. Mrs. Ralph Morgan Lefi for Illinois wednesday evening her husband accompanied her As far As Salt Lake. C. Bunting and family have returned from a delightful visit to the City by the Lare. Bingham cattle men have a goodly number of fat beef steers for Sale buyers May know where to find what the want. Rev. Or. Dawson of Eagle Rock will visit Blackfoot the first wednesday in each month and will hold services in the school House in the evening at 7� of clock. He will also preach morning Aud evening the third sunday in each Mouth. The Webber comedy company have been spending the week at Blackfoot rehearsing preparatory for Winter engagements. All final proofs on land filings must be made before the Register and receiver no More judge and Deputy clerk business in that line. We dont know of course hut we do not believe or. Bonney will be so badly Hurt in his contempt Case As a great Many would like to see him. He will be represented by Able attorneys Aud they will make a Strong and Long fight for him. Eagle Rock is to Baye a new drug store soon. Rexburg is glorying Over a Coal mine said to be near the town. Married at the residence of the Bride in Blackfoot thursday evening at 6 30 o clock by Rev. A. Ii. Lyons or. John Mitchell of Salmon City to mrs. Alice Williams of Blackfoot. The contracting parties leave to Day saturday for Boise City where they will make their future Home. The sew Asylum building work on the new Asylum building is progressing nicely Aud is advanced to the second Story. But unfortunately the Board of directors will be lacking in Means to Complete it before the bitter cold weather of Winter sets in unless the incoming legislature shall among its first acts appropriate $1.500 or $2.000 for that special and speedy work. This we believe will be done and As soon As the attention of that body is called to its necessity. The management of the institution has done an amazing amount of work in preparation for and in erecting this building with its own Force and at Little expense to the state and the legislature May Well afford to give it that amount or even double that amount to Complete such a building and make comfortable the Large number of patients now on hand before the storms and cold of Winter come. Horse browned thursday afternoon messes. W. T. Reeves and a h. Keithan hired a horse and cart at the livery stable and drove out for a Duck Hunt on Blackfoot liver. Going several Miles below town they approached a Pond where ducks were found and dismounting from the cart a hitched and tied the horse near the Bank of the River. After shooting some ducks they re turned to hitch up hut found their horse in the River Ami unable to get out. They made Ever Effort to save him but in vain. He drowned and the Hunters walked to town with a few ducks but to horse if you want a bargain for Cash go to thereat fall Clearing Sal eat g Bunting amp go b. Attention ladies new dress flannels Cashmere Gingham plaids Cheviot and Cali Coes Lindsey Wool underwear red and White underwear children s 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 All who need them. Also a Small Supply of boys clothing left which i Wilt 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 83 cheap As any one in Blackfoot. Mrs. S. E. the Garlan 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 a h 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 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. , Idaho

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