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Blackfoot Idaho News (Newspaper) - October 25, 1890, Blackfoot, IdahoTilk Idaho news. Published every saturday. Jones publisher. All orders tor Job work of any kind will be promptly attended to. Entered a the posted Fly or Blackfoot Idaho for trans Olasion an Sorond Olas mail matter Idaho news. The Idaho news vol. 4. Blackfoot Idaho saturday october 25, 18110. No. 21 my on be. A. 111 a in my months. Utah amp Northern time card Okinu South. Fast mail at 4 30 a. M. Accommodation at 3 02 p. M. 00130 South. Fast mail at 5 25 a. In. Accommodation at 10 30 p. election is Over. All officers Are elected. And on fall Stock of dry goods Are ready for inspection consisting of dress Sanuels sackings plaids Henriettas Gingham and prints. A full and Complete line of children s underwear both boys and Girts 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 Aud 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 Quot 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 it for we believe upon inspection that we can convince the most septic a that we give you better value for Cash Thau any other House in town. We have Quot reason to believe this. Come and see our goods. We have them to suit democrats republicans and everybody. W. H. Dali log always to the front. A Surprise for the ladies in tb6 lar if Irsos patterns. So the cry need not he 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 Cashmere gloves Fascinator and Zephyr Caps zephyrs Saxony and knitting Cotton. Anything i have not meet Ioard Call for it a now As i discount Alt Bills i can sell goods As cheap As the cheapest. Mrs. A. E. Barnhart insolvency notice. In the District court of third judicial District county of Binghui. State of Idaho in the matter of k. A Williams an insolvent debtor. The petition schedule and inventory of k. I so Iiams. Having been duly received and filed in this court and it appearing therefrom satisfactory to the a sort that said h. D Williams is insolvent it is therefore hereby declared by the court that k. D. Williams is insolvent and the sheriff of Liing Hamo ounts Idaho is hereby requested ordered and directed to take charge and Possession of All the estate both real and personal or the said k. D. Williams except such us May be by Law exempt from execution and of Bis deeds vouchers books of accounts Aud papers and keep same safely until appointment of an Assignee. ,. It is further ordered that All persons be and Are hereby forbidden to pay any debts owing the said k d. Williams or deliver any property to him claimed or owned by him or for his use a dad persons Are forbidden to have transferred to them any property by said k p Williams and he is forbidden to Transfer same. And it further ordered that Loti Day of november 1890, at the court room of this court in the town of Kiac foot. At 10 o clock a. Lit. Of said Day be and the same is hereby appointed As the time and place for a meet aug of the creditors of the said k. D. Williams to prove their debts and to choose one or More assignees of the estate of said a d. Williams. It is further ordered that tins Idaho of a Kwe a newspaper of general circulation published at lilt Ink for Idaho to designated As the news paper in which publication Hereof must be made. And it is further ordered that Ait Legal proceed legs against said insolvent be and Are Crecy stayed c. H. Buky judge. Dated october 2d, 1b9q. Pasture. I will pasture horses and cows by the week or month. Inquire at ranch Geo. P. Howell Blackfoot River. Blackfoot. Idaho sept. 12, 1890. Local news items. No vacant dwelling houses in Blackfoot at present. A1 Stout has returned to his Home in Kausas. Special land agent Wall has been assigned to duty in Wyoming. Old papers for Sale at this office at 50 cents per Hundred. Services at the Baptist Church sunday morning and evening. Boise City had an eight Hundred Dollar Blaze sunday morning. Ralph Morgan will be judge stand rods court stenographer. Hon. Fred t. Dubois is expected to return to Idaho within a few Days. Next Spring Pocatello Tow site question will be revived not sooner. Billy Hamilton of Ada county insane brought to the Asylum first of the week. Payette Nursery delivery men have been filling Large orders in Blackfoot and Vicinity this week. The Good templars have their regular quarterly election of officers next saturday evening. Judge Berry has arrived in town and will open court on the 29th inst next wednesday. Eagle Rock is to change her Niue january 1st to Idaho Falls. Now the republicans Are talking of contesting a number of county offices in North Idaho. Miss Gertie Pierce has been quite sick the past ten Days with typhoid fever. District court opens next wednesday 29th inst. This will be judge Berry s last term. Or. John Herman has purchased mrs. Sills old residence in the West end of town. Mrs. Osborn went to Ogden this week to visit her Sou Robert who is attending the military Academy in that City. The Pocatello Herald suggests Hon. W. H. Savidge for United states senator from Idaho. A local committee of democrats Gaye a Ball at the opera House Pocatello Friday evening to which we were kindly invited. Arthur judges formerly in the employ of Bunting amp co., stack fool is now clerking for Duddenhausen and Green at port Townsend. Boise City dispatches place the total vote of the state at 18,008, judge sweets majority for Congress 2,743, and governor Shoupes at 2,372. The trains come and go and All the Coal aboard comes and goes too. The Wood Hauler is Man s Best Friend now. The United states Laud office at Blackfoot is crowded with work from monday morning to saturday night the second judicial District elected a Republican judge and a democratic District attorney and the third District a democratic judge and Republican attorney. Our esteemed Friend Jesse Anson has kindly contracted to furnish us with rooster eggs warranted to Hatch Aud Crown some of the Mckinley or Reed Breed. Quot if you was me would you invest in new Stock before november 4th? a Payette merchant recently sent a Friend ill the East an Apple an onion and a potato the three weighing seven pounds. And Idaho is not farming under a state government either. Geo p. Wheeler at one time editor of the Blackfoot reporter has recently moved from Bellevue to Boise City and Lias taken charge of the Job department of the Sun office. A report has been circulated that or. Adams would ask the resignation of general manager Ressique of the inter Mountain division of the Union Pacific system but the report is without foundation. The Eagle Rock times was in error when it stated this week that d. I. Keithan of Blackfoot had contracted for the erection of a Fine Stone building in that town and would move his Stock of furniture to Eagle Rock keeping Only a Branch establishment in Blackfoot. Or. Keithan is puzzled to know where the times Man got his information. The infant son of or. And mrs. G. B. Rogers Burnt one of his hands very badly last week. He attempted to throw something in the stove and becoming Over balanced fell his hand going into the hot stove. Albert Anderson Cut his foot badly with an axe first of the week. The Cut is a painful one As the axe severed two of the Bones on top of the foot Hon. J. W. Reid delivered a splendid oration at Spokane Falls exposition Day. He did himself great credit and Idaho a great Honor. When Boise papers. Statesman and Sun get through electing United states senators for Idaho the legislature May be called upon to say a word in the matter. At any rate it is Safe to guess the senators will not be elected until the legislature meets. The hardest Man to get along with is the one who believes be Aud the Pope Are the Only two living infallible ones at the present Day. Mrs. Coral Durst of Salt Lake City daughter of judge and mrs. J. T. Morgan died sunday morning october 19th, of typhoid fever. Friends of the judge and family throughout Idaho will sympathize wit i them in this great affliction. One of the Best places to Stop when in Salt Lake is at that popular hostelry the White House you will not complain of prices fare nor accommodations. Or. Phillips the genial and courteous manager makes it a pleasing duty to see that All guests Are Well cared for and attentively and courteously treated. When in the City give him a Call. Married at Ross Fork Hubert Tetory and Evelyne. This ceremony according to statements from agents is the first that has Ever occurred on the reservation. Evelyne was one of the pupils at fort Hall school and Tetory is the assistant Blacksmith. Both Are full blooded Shoshone. Rev. Stull at the request of the parties went Down on saturday morning and performed the ceremony. St. Mary a Academy Salt Lake is in the midst of a most prosperous session. The new building in process of erection to meet the growing patronage will soon be completed and furnished when the Good Risters will have Alt the room needed for the Comfort convenience and for the systematic instruction of their pupils in All the branches of thorough polite and business education. It is wonderful what grand work is being achieved at st. Mary a and what Choice fruit is to be gathered later on from the needs sown there from Day to Day. Married. At the residence of the Bride s parents three Miles East of town thursday evening october 23d, by Rev. G. C. Stull or. G. In. Mccormick of Delemar Idaho to miss Annie Gray of Blackfoot. After the ceremony and congratulations were Over the Bride and Groom came to town and took the 11 of clock train for Delemar their future Home. The news wishes the Young couple a Long life Aud much happiness. Autumn Flowers. Cutting scrape. One of the most dastardly assaults Ever made upon one Man by another in the dark was made in Blackfoot tuesday morning at 3 of clock by a Man named James Hays on an old Man named Hugh Martin of Pocatello. Hays assaulted Martin without warning and inflicted on him in the Back and sides 21 knife wounds several of which Are of a very serious if not of a fatal nature. Martin was taken to his Home in Pocatello where he lies in a critical condition and Hays is in jail to await the result of his bloody work and the action of the grand jury which m ets next week. The news refrains from publishing the testimony As taken in judge Orr s court wednesday in View of the fact that the session of court is so near at hand and that the Case will be brought to a speedy trial. Programme of a c. T. U. Gospel meeting to be held at the Parson school House West Side of Snake River on sunday evening october 25th. Singing by the congregation. Prayer by mrs. Trego. Gospel Reading mrs. Duncan. Singing hymn. Opening address col. . Jones. Recitation miss Nettie it can. Select Reading mrs. C. Laliberty. Recitation Tony Parsons. Duet misses Adams Aud Keeler. Recitation mrs. Larocque. Recitation Robert Duncan. Duet mrs. And miss k. Crawford. Recitation Bennie Keeler. Select Reading mrs. Duncan. Singing. Benediction the people of Blackfoot and Vicinity Are cordially invited to attend. Anna Teclo Sweet Flowers Sweet autumn Flowers Blooming through these Chilly hours we love to come and say Good by As you gaze upward to the sky bidding us look away to a brighter future Day. Yes be Sweet and drooping Flowers smiling through these Chilly hours we a lesson Here should learn let no rude Gale your vessel turn nor drive from your face the smile which should be with you All the while Aud thou the Winter freeze Yon quite born with Hopes of summer Bright for to the father still is there for the Little Flowers to care and if the Flowers perish not and Are by the father never forgot shall we who Are of greater Worth born of higher nobler birth be neglected by him quite through Bleak sorrows wintry night of no not even a Blade of grass from his sight doth Ever pass. Then smile thou sad and stricken one above the Clouds How Bright the Sun a Silvery lining there you la find Whene or you Wear a cheerful mind. Green Glass give a Shade of Green through Blue that color is plainly seen then keep a Sweet and Loving mind and pleasures you will Ever find though Theca tidings Over Shadow you. To yourself be Ever True for the kingdom of heaven is within the bowl that is free from sin. Commissioners proceedings. Board met in regular session with commissioners Carter Hickey Aud King present. Proceedings of last meeting examined and found Correct. Bills presented against the county were then examined and those found Correct allowed and warrants ordered drawn for same. Ordered that the probate judge take charge of the three children of mrs. Sagers and make the Best disposition of them possible said children having been abandoned by their parents and left in destitute condition. Bills of election judges and clerks allowed As by the list of names presented to the Board. Ordered that mrs. Booth be allowed eight dollars per week for the care of mrs. Zerger As Long As she is helpless and in a condition to need care and attention or until this order is revoked. On petition of citizens j. W. Church Ell is appointed a Justice of the peace for Beaver precinct. On petition got be Rassmussen is appointed Road supervisor for Camas Meadows District. Ordered that the printing of the delinquent tax list for the year 1890 be awarded to Norman Jones of the Idaho news he being the lowest bidder for the same. Ordered that j. C. Jensen be appointed Road supervisor of the Little Blackfoot District. Ordered that s. J. Johnson be relieved from the Bond of Joseph Byr Lugton As water master of Williford irrigation co. Bond of w. G. Ellis As supervisor of Road District no. 9 approved. Ordered that Geo. H. Storer be relieved from the Bond of t. J. Smith and that Smith be required to make a new Bond. Ordered that on proper Bond being filed the petition of Jas. Poulson and others for a new Road near Eagle Rock be granted and that y. C. Roe Dor John t. Heath and t. Cinger Soll be appointed viewers and that the clerk notify the petitioners of this action. Petition of f. H. Tyler and others for a Road in Danilson Springs District was Laid Over As no Bond accompanied the petition. Bond of Thomas Robertson water master approved. Ordered that when w. G. Stunf Lebeam pays his taxes and presents his receipt to the clerk of this Board that the clerk is hereby ordered to Issue a warrant on the county general fund for $231.44, and deliver same to w. G. Stufflebeam for the reason that it appears that he has been overcharged that amount and that he has now no other Means of redress. Board then adjourned to meet on monday november 17th, to accept Bonds of officers and allow them to qualify for their respective offices. Geo. A. Robe than clerk Board of commissioners. Hoarders wanted. Mrs. Sill will accommodate parties desiring Board in private family at reasonable rates. For further info mation Call at her residence in West end of Townie you want a bargain for go to the cheat fall Clear Ngat q. Bunting amp goes. Attention ladies new dress flannels Cashmere Gingham plaids Cheviot and Cali Coes Lindsey i Cool 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 Sellig 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 toughest casting of any stove made. The finest mounted. The Best Bakers. The handsomest the most convenient. Pont fail to see the a a Garland stove when Yon 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 it 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 Blag poot. Give me a Call and get prices respectfully a it. H. Biethan Blackfoot Idaho

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