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Blackfoot Idaho News (Newspaper) - September 27, 1890, Blackfoot, IdahoThe Idaho news. Pub Libby e wary wednesday and 8atcbday. Normas Joses publisher. All orders for Job work of any kind will be promptly attended to. Entered at the Post Offlee at Hale foot. 1 , for transmit vision As second class mall matter 9 the Idaho news. The Idaho news. Terms vol. 4. Blackfoot Idaho sat he Day september 27, 1890. No. 17 one tear by mail.s3,00 six months. 1,75 three months. 1,00 advert Alo rate fumbled to a , at it n Call and see our flue Hue of dress flannels Cashmere Henriettas amp a c. Bunting amp co. Our line of ladies and children s Hose in Black Are Selling fast anti cheap to make room for fall Stock. A Bunting it co. Boys and girls hats and Caps at Bunting s Are Selling rapidly Call before they Are All Goue. Ten Pound buckets of homemade preserves at buntings cheaper than you can make them. Fine groceries French peas mushrooms shrimps clams Keppard Herrings Herrings in Tomato sauce. Preserved boaters Etc., Etc., at Bunting s. All Aro us Home. Election october 1, 1890. In compliance with a proclamation made by i excellency the governor of Idaho at Boise City the 8th Day of july 1890, Jacla directing and proclaiming a general dec r ion for qua i fled electors of the state of Idaho october 1st, 1890, we the Board of Founty commissioners for the county of Bio Ham. Do order that an election shall be held at the voting places in the different precincts of the county As designated and published by our order in the Idaho news. On the 1st Day of october 1890. For the purpose of voting for the following officers a representative in Congress for the us expired term of 51st Congress a represent live in kid Congress. A governor lieutenant governor Secretary of state. Treasurer. Auditor attorney general. Superintendent of Public instruction. Three justices of the supreme court. For one judge and one District attorney for the fifth judicial District for one senator for 10th District and one joint senator for 11th District. For three representatives in the legislature and one joint representative with Logan and Alturas counties. For three county commissioners a sheriff a treasurer who is sex off clo Public administrator a probate judge who hex Offlio superintendent of Public instruction an assessor who la sex offi Cio tax collector a Cle a of District court who is sex Offelo auditor and recorder a Surveyor and a Coroner. Two justices of the peace and one Constable shall be elected in each precinct. Said election shall be conducted in All respects in same manner As provided by the Laws of the territory for general elections and returns thereof shall be made and Canvis Sotl in same Mariner and by same authorities As provided in ease of such general elections b. I returns for members of Congress and All state Ami District Otic Era and members of legislature shall to made to the Secretary of the Board of canvassers. Done by order of Board of county commissioners at Blackfoot july a Fath 1890. Geo. A. Rob than clerk. Judge c. H. Berry is suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism. Willson and Reid at the court House tuesday afternoon. Hon. Fred t. Dubois will address the citizens of Blackfoot and Vicinity in the court room monday Etc Niue. Sunday services at the Baptist Church morning and evening. Hear Reid the most gifted orator in Idaho at the court House tuesday afternoon at 1 30 of clock. The amount of sickness reported at 1�?Tocateljo is distressing. Seventeen patients have been sent to the Hospital at Ogden. That was a Graceful compliment the w. C. T. U. Convention Pai i mrs. S. E. Holbrook the retiring presiden a purse of forty dollars. They say that is first class st. Joe whisky in room no. 1 Pacific hotel Pocatello. How Long will the barrel last. Some say Geo. Robe than is to be Deputy sheriff in Case or Smith is elected but or. Smith will not be elected. The registered vote at Pocatello will he Over 700. About 30 voters took out their second papers in court thursday the news is grateful that the Campaign so far has been comparatively a clean one. The speakers on both sides have been fair and have dealt honorable one with the other. A few newspaper men and a few nameless correspondents whose own records Are not to the of factories of intelligent readers As Heliotrope Jocky club and Tea Rose Peru Raery have tried to raise a stench about the tickets but no one noticed them and they shamefully quit. This Speaks Well fur Hoth parties and the news is proud of it. A Republican said yesterday a if we elect or. Stand Rod judge and a hound have contest in the District we can rely on my god 1 what an admission. Are we electing a judge for party purposes then let Justice spread her wings and Fly away and let the people shun the courts until another four vear3 Roll around. If the Good workers the old Antis who were kicked out of the Pocatello convention and Are now held to be settled and packed Down like dried Herrings do not assert their manliness and their Independence at the coming election their friends will not mourn their unworthy Fate. Judge Dewolfe. A leading lawyer of Montana came Down thursday on court business. The first train on the Broad Guage Between Ogden and Mccammon will pass Over the Road next monday. The Burgess House b. A. Jenne fro Eagle Rock i. T. First Glass Sample room Good accommodations. Chunges reasonable. First a lass bar and billiard room. R. H. Hopkins dealer in lumber Wood Coal Lime also All kinds of building material seeds Grain and Mill stuff. Sells at. Ill times at lowest Market Prises. Blackfoot Idaho. Hark what was it i Beard some one say new millinery at mrs. A. E. Barnhart my set. It Well i will Call and see for a full and Complete line of fancy goods and millinery trimmings dress Buckless slides velvets ribbons Etc. Call and see. New goods constantly arriving. Idaho stage co. Ariest the Short a and route Between Ilic to Orth fast mid West mid the Points named. Can Yng mail passenger and express. Leaves Blackfoot Dally at x a. M. For the Bis lost hirer mines Houston. Cd Alula Bonanza Guyton Custer City Etna and Fay horse. Passengers Are carried in first class coaches driven by careful and experienced Drivers rating houses on the lion Aro unsurpassed accommodating agents who Are ready at aloes to fur lab patrons a Ltd full information regarding towns mines and surrounding coun by for further information apply to o. J. A us Biehy j p. Dickey tenors m a eager or by Periu pendent. Fred Vogley agent Tafla Kofoot Idaho parties attending court thursday estimate the democratic majority in Bear Lake county 250 at the minimum Hon Alexander e. Mayhew democratic nominee for Congress made a sound telling speech to a Large audience in the court room wednesday a veiling. Hon. Ben Willson democratic candidate for governor and Hon. J. W. Reid the most eloquent speaker in Idaho will speak in the court Root at Blackfoot tuesday afternoon at 1 30 o clock. Every Man and woman within a radius of 20 Miles of Blackfoot should hear the great orator Hon. J. A Reid at the court House tuesday afternoon. D. H. Biethan and mrs. Barnhart both have new a a ads in this Issue to which your attention is directed fall and Winter goods is the theme of their talk this time. Eight of the foreigners who were naturalized thursday have Only been in this country 2 years so says the interpreter. Or. Woods supervisors and Deputy marshals wont disturb them however. Or. Bouncy of the Eagle Rock times did not materialize in court thursday As per attachment papers i think his my singe �3 a a in la see you Hon. Frank w. Beane democratic nominee for the state Senate has been unable to make a canvass of the county because of the extreme illness of his wife. The voters however will not forget him next wednesday. For Sale cheap a second hand Hay Baler. All in Good condition. Terms reasonable. G. G. Wright. Eagle Rock Idaho sept. 18, 1890. Hon. Ben Willson judge Weir j. Ii. Hawley and j. W. Reid will speak at Montpelier monday evening. Or. Reid is the most polished orator in Idaho and those people will have a genuine treat who attend the meeting. The democrats Challenge any one in any party to speak truthfully a simile word against the Good name honesty and business integrity of a single Man on its ticket for judges it cannot be done. Can the other Side say As much. I desire to return my thanks to the parties who broke into my House tuesday for leaving me a pair of old overalls and socks the Only things they had kindness of heart enough to leave a. Washburn. The first quarterly conference of the m. E. Church will be held saturday and sunday 27th and 28th. Business meeting saturday at 8 p. M. Love feast at 9 30 a. M. Sunday preaching 10 30, communion immediately after the Sermon. Preaching in evening by s. A. Snider p. E. You Are cordially invited to be present. In wednesdays news we mentioned the marriage of j. E. Booth at one time resident of Blackfoot and Foreman on the reporter. The Salmon City recorder now publishes him As a skipped he mistreated his child wife 16 years old shamefully in less than 24 hours after marriage and she could not live with him. He borrowed $6 1 to Send her Back to her friends and with that skipped out leaving her pennies and among strangers. She came from the East to marry him their acquaintance being Only by correspondence. The people of Salmon City talk of tar and Feather. C. T. Woodall. The democratic candidate for assessor and collector is the very Best Man who could Hayo been named for that office. Or. Woodall is an affable gentleman a successful business Man and a Man who knows the value of property. His popularity wherever known in the county insures him a big Yote. Every voter should see to it that the name c. T. Woodall is on his ticket and if not there to place it there. He is fully competent to do a the work himself and will not lie forced to hire clerk help on his books. Vote for Woodall. When the conclave first organized the news took occasion to say their Power would to Felt in the coming election. We were laughed to scorn. The action of the Pocatello convention verified on prediction. To Day. We can Tell our Republican friends one 10f the spot Cal a. Other thing and the May laugh at j that too. It is this when the elec to be by a very Large majority. 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 remember this. Tion is Over they will be Able to a catch on to the reasons Why one or two men on their ticket outran the rest. It will not help them any to know at that Date but they will know All the same. C. Bunting amp co. Sunipa thay sympathy 11 sympathy at the first of the week it was Given out that c. S. Smith. Republican nominee for sheriff of Bingham county had been fired bodily with boots and hat by the Railroad company and that the High handed act had swept his family cupboard of bread and butter and turned the Milkman from his door. Had that been the Case in would have brought tears from eyes unused to weep Yea align tor horseradish and onion tears but it turns out. So they say that or. Smith is not discharged but has a gentle a play off of 30 Days to make his Campaign in and hence there is no occasion for the sympathy Sara Patisey sympathy he expected to get by ones Appeal from House to House. As a Campaign Dodge that certainly is thinner than ice that comes with the first fro3ts of autumn. Try something stronger or. Smith. Say let the Yard switch engine run Over your pedal extremities and then tryout and the voters May help you. The Union Pacific railway will make the following round trip rates for tile 61st Semi annual conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints to be held at Salt. Lake City october 4th to 6th, inclusive from rate Beaver Canon Idaho 12.35 Camas a a 11,20 Market Lake. A a 10.30 Eagle Rock. A a 9.65 Blackfoot a a 8.60 Pocatello a a 7.60 Mccammon. A a 6,70 Oxford. A a 5,50 Battle Creek. A a 5.05 Preston. A a 5.00 Franklin. A a 4.60 Richmond. Utah 4.35 Smit Ifield a 4,10 Logan a 3.80 Mendon a a 3.55 Colliston. A a 3,15 Brigham a a 3.35 Willard a a 2.10 hot Springs. A a 1.85 tickets to be sold from october 2nd to 6th. Inclusive limited to continuous passage and Good for return until october 12th, 1890. S. W. Eccles. Stau Drodz a letters. In a letter dated july 29, addressed to a Democrat in Oneida county he says a i have talked with a few democrats Here and we have decided to Call a democratic mass meeting to select delegates to the state convention. I sincerely Trust you will be Here. Please let the democrats on Rock Creek know of in another letter dated August 11 addressed to a Bingham county Democrat he says a you know How hard we worked together in the convention at Bellevue you know How hard i worked for or Hailey but you do not know the sadness i Felt at his defeat. I look upon the course of the democratic clubs with great pleasure. If the republicans ascertain that they Are in the minority in the state they will be ardently bidding for the mormon vote. It is a mystery to me Why the democrats should not nominate me for District judge. If the republicans Mien saw tit to endorse me it would insure my election i cannot see where the objection lies unless my democracy is doubted and if that should be the Case rather than have a doubt cast on my democracy i would a Enfin on probation As a private August 13th to Hon. Frank w. Beane a i will not accept the nomination from the republicans for any office a shoes shoes shoes for everybody just received new dry goods arriving daily. Call and see be sold cheap mrs. S. E. Holbrook. Attention housekeepers. Household goods furniture bedding Etc., also Kitchen furniture for Sale at at a bargain. Apply to mrs. Spiel born. Blackfoot sept. 24, 1890. Eye ear and deformities. Or. T. A Eaton formerly of the surgical infirmary of Indianapolis will visit Pocatello monday and tuesday october 6th and 7th. Rooms at 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 he cured unless disorganization has taken place artificial eyes inserted and the most efficient braces f in the cure of crooked limbs club feet spin al diseases Etc. Etc., furnished. Hay for Sale. Two Hundred tons of Choice Lucerne Hay 5 Miles North of Block foot. With fenced Field to feed in. William Howard. Blackfoot Idaho. Sept. 12, 1s90. Pasture. I will pasture horses and cows by the week or Mouth. Inquire at ranch Geo. P. Howeli., Blackfoot River. Blackfoot Idaho sept. 12, 1890. 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 a it Wilt 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. Notice for publication. Laid office at Blackfoot Idaho i september uth 1890. Notice if hereby Given that the nailed settler Luis filed notice of his intention to make tiny proof in support of his claim and that Bald proof will he made before Register Ami receiver at. Blackfoot october i8tn, 1890. Viz win. Weary Rick on h. E no. 2179 for the Owhi Sec. 9 to. 3 s. Attn be 34 East he name the following wine such to prove discontinuous residence upon and cultivation of. Said land Efu Homer Laliberty James of Wood John Stander Stephen c. Simmon All of Bingham county Idaho. Pohrt j. Anson Register. Herman a. Mondschein watchmaker amp jeweler. Does All kinds of repairing All work York warranted. Prices reasonable. Office in the Pioneer drug store. 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 slides. As have Ever been brought in Blackfoot. Give me a Call and get prices respectfully. Id. H. Biethan. Blackfoot Idaho
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