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Y i rf s p —«i II ä ''% G P. i s - i I*' W i •S : ■ A v NO. 9 . VOL. 2. MONTPELIER, IDAHO, SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1890 Ed. Burgoyne, MONTPELIER PIONEER MERCHANT 9 Watch $ Tliis Space next week ^ for our new ad about the largest and hand- y somest stock of N MILLINERY, DRY 3 GOODS, GENTS FUR NISHINGS, Etc. Ever brought to this County. y. » : $ A . 8 « i JUgbßSt Market Price Paid for Produce ED. BURGOYNE, Montpelier, Idaho. PURE DRUGS and MEDICINES All are standard firstclass Goods At the lowest possible prices. PAINTS, OILS and GLASS We want you to come and get our prices on these articles WALL PAPER CALL and SEE our Designs, every one this year's product, in endless number. STRYCHNINE 1, Our Low Prices will Surprise you. Riter Bros Drug Co. MONTPELIER, IDAHO. (/. SSew! Agent for the n Rambler y And other GOOD BICYCLES << All high grade and sold\ on easy payments. F. L. Cruikshank, ag't SUBSCRIBE FOB THE EXAMINER. A nice fresh line of California evaporated fruits to arrive in a few days, at Hammond & Whit man's. For Sale—Timothy seed, quality j guaranteed of the best. Will sell in any quantity at Mose Lewis, The Leader. Chas. Schmid, the tailor, is agent for Wanamaker & Brown, of Philadelphia. He will take orders for clothing, shirts, under wear, etc. See his samples. 9 2 now The Art Amateur. Best and Largest Practical M ag»iine\ The only Art Periodical awarded medal at the World'« Fair. Invaluable to all wno with to make thier living by art or to make their hornet beautiful. For lO cent« W'e will send to anv one mentioning this publication a specimen copy, with superb color plates, for copying or fram ing, and 8 supplementary paies of de- , si ns, regu'ar price 36 cents. Or we will ■erVMto pa^r*" 11 *** for For SS cent« Addrett MONTAGUE MARKS. 33 Union tqvare, D. T. D-A/VIS. THE PIONEER m ® DENTIST. ALL WORL KHOWIf TO MONDERM DENTISTRY SUCCESSFULLY PER FORMED. CHARGES REASONABLE. MONTPELIER. Buy Garden & Grass SEEDS That are suitable for this peculiar climate -AND Proper Tools To put them in and Cultivate their products The Co-op Wagon k Machine Co •i Have made these subjects a matter oj study Have had experience . We are therefore prepared TO PROPERLY INSTRUCT YOU AND Furnish the Proper Tools at Proper PRICES. Co-op W"& M. Co. * M. I). WELLS, Manager. Montpelier, Idaho. FREE OF CHARGE. Dr. J. Schefstad who has per manently located in Montpelier, will extract teeth free of charge on Monday of each week, till May 15th. He makes a special ty of gold crown and bridge work. AH work warranted. Of fice next door to Hunter House. 8 I,*cal IIitppeulMg*. The pay car visited this section Sunday. Engine 1459 has been taken to the shops for repairs. Be sure and read Watermaster Cozzen's notice in another column. Dr- Forhan, formerly of this city, is now located in the City of Mexi CO. ' Fresh Sassafras Bark in any quantity cheap at the City Drug Store The Co-op. W. & M. Co., re ceived a carload of Bain and Ra cine wagons. Attend the Odd Fellows' ball next Monday evening in the opera house. Tickets $1 Go to the City Drug store for writing tablets and stationery of all descriptions. Poison the squirrels with strych nine from Riter's drug store They have lots of it for sale cheap. Fishing tackle of all descrip tions just received at Hansen's. Largest stock and lowest prices in town. The roads are again getting as dry a* a "powder horn." But, in the country they are somewhat muddy yet. A special meeting of the fire company is called for tonight at the city hall. All members re quested to attend. For Sale or Rent—Four-roomed house in good repair for sale cheap or will rent. Apply to Burgoyne aniLBrennar's store. 7 5 9 9 7-11. / A couple of attempts were made at holding up citizens , this week by tramps. Jack HagtnTnd Solo mon Tfemelling were wie victims, but they finally got away from the lads without losing , etc., appropriate to the occasion. One hundred trees have been se cured for the occassion and these will be planted by the school child ren. All are invited and, espec ially tbe patrons of the school. Lould-I anything. The uptown school district will celebrate Arbor Day in a most be coming fashion. An attractive program will be rendered consist ing of songs, recitations, speeches« I now have PLENTY OF MONEY to loan on first class farm and city property Loans closed without delay. Easy terms and low interest. R. S. SPENCE. The Consolidated Implement Co., got in a carload of buggies and spring wagons this week Mr. Herrick is "pulling" passen ger between Glenn's Ferry and Huntington instead of from Og den. ill ughart presented Mrs. her husbdnd with a bour cing boy Sat u relay \last. /All parties doing well. V s _ _ , . Henry Evans, of Thomas Fork, j was in town this week and before leaving paid($ 2 . 00 ) his • respects ! to the Examiner office. He re . ( ports everything quiet in his j "native land" with good prospects of splendid range for this year. A May Day dance will lie given in the L. D. S. meeting house next Friday evening. A general invi tation is extended to all. The immense stock of goods re ceived by Montpelier merchants this week shows they intend to do a big business this year. Seekers df-'camping pleasures will consider their own comfort by purchasing tneir Tents and Bake Ovens at Co-op Wagon & Machine 7 Co. E . M. Stewart is how day oper ator at the telegraph office and Mr. Greene takes the night shift again. C. C. \ Belknap goes to Pocatello. W Get your supper next Monday night at Tony Hagen's Star res taurant. Finest spread to be had in town, especially prepared for the Odd Fellows dance. A preventive is better than a cure. Don't let the flies get into your houses when you can buy Screen Doors aud Windows so cheap at Co-op Wagon & Machine 7 Co. The Jack Diamond company re peated their performance to a crowded house last Tuesday even ing. Georgetown, Bennington, Parisand other points sent goodly numbers, packing the opera house. The play, as before, was admirably given, every character being well sustained. The local company have made a great local reputa tion and their next play "Hertninie, or the Cross of Gold," will have a big house. The fire company reaped the benefit of Tuesday night's performance and a large | sum was added to their exchequer . 1 The Guernsey orchestra furnished ; the music and of course it | was ßrst das«. : ; SKW BI10Ü30 \ V Tb« Newly Klee Council T»* Last Thursday the newly elected city officials assumed their trus and the council held its first meet ing. TUlil I«: -\ \ Mayor P. H. Murnane took the chair and called those present to order. The following answered to their names. Clerk, C. E. O'Connor. Treasurer, J. R. Brennan. Judge, G. C. Hillier. Marshal, Chas. Hager. Attorney, E. E. Chalmers. Couneilmen, Jas. Holmes, W. T. Perkins, J. N. Bresee, Chas Hammond, Thos. Leonard and Fred Hansen. Several of the retiring officials were present to see the new lay -out properly started. The following hue! ness was then transacted: Minutes of last meeting read and approved. Chas. Hammond was elected prsident of the council* The bonds of the different city officials were accepted. The standing committees ap pointed by the mayor are as fol lows: Ordinances—Hansen, Perkins, Bresee. Finance—Hammond, Holmes, Hansen. General improvements—Holmes Leonard, Bresee. Streets—Leonard, Perkins, Bre see. Law and order—Perkins, Ham mond, Leonard. Printing—Hansen, Holmes. The care of the public square was turned over to the committee on public improvement with power to act. The city council will meet to night with the fire boys to take some action regarding the fire en Hammond, gine. E. E. Chalmers was appointed city attorney but the marshal ship was laid over till next meeting: Several bills were allowed and then the council adjourned. Mrs. Riley and baby left this week for Corditt', Colorado, where Mr. Riley is at present employed. A fine assortment of Millinery goods. Ladies fine trimmed hats, worth .'12.50, only 75 cents at The Fair. Four carloads of wagons and farm machinery were unloaded at the depot this week for Montpel ier implement houses. Take your wife or best gill to Riter's tomorrow and get a glass of the most delicious Soda you ever drank. All flavors on tap. Miss Lizzie Folsen, who was with Mr. Burgoyne's millinery de partment last year, arrived this week to assume her position again. K. M. Kaplin arrived this week from New York and henceforth will be found behind the counters at The Fair waiting yOh its num erous patrons. Pocket knivea-df all at prices that defy competition. Remember our motto, the most goods for the least money. Ham mond & Whitman; S. A. Mills is back from his trip to Utah. While away he acquired some very valuable mining prop erty which promises to make Steve & ^ illionaire , hortl r s The RambkTbicyclte we on the ™ve >n tow/,. Agent fyuikshank B0 ^ ® 1 ® n an< ^^ oin wc, ' k > beB1 ^ 8 üne 1 'im self. \ y 0 9 kinds and 9 fDavis, Mayor Murnane, irennan one/each this Do not buy any Oxford Tie Slip pers either in in Ladies, Misses or children's until you hava in spectcd our stock. Remember we carry the best line Shoes made for this country. Hammond & Whit Butter and eggs were in great demand in Montpelier for shipping this week. The bad roads had pre vented the farmers from getting in with their weekly supplies. Countv and city warrants have been in demand this week. Both ol them are worth almost par, thus showing the good financial stand ing of Montpelier and Bear Lake county. 9 man Our New SPRING GOODS \ e é T * 1*1 \T J 1 Call and Examine Them. SHOES! SHOES!! WE ARE CLOSING OUT OUR LINE OF THE Celebrated Rockingham & Hecht Shoes $8 Shoes at $4.50 BURGOYNE) and BRENCNAX. Montpelier^ Idaho« Do you want gc rl Hose for child ren, wo have tho host in town. Soo our bicycle Host? 25 cents Hammond A. Whitman. pair it was a hard struggle for Old Boreas to show his face during the past week. "April weather" been the order and that means plenty of slush, mud and other disagreeable things; Tho bicycle ordinance provides that these machines cannot be ridden oil the sidewalks by anyone and if ridden at night they must be provided with a lamp. The city marshal will henceforth en force the law to the letter, so we advise those interested to look out. lartics this week has t they presumed I" ifi Some part}* o pel petrated, wl. were, 'some prilliaht tricks, A wagon on Washington avenue hail the wheels taken off and scattered ■ about totvm Joe F tiller's barber sign was placed in front of a priv ate residence and other signs scat:* , , „„ '* tend around. 1 ho owners were put to considerable trouble t.ie I next day gathering up their prop- j erty. I __ f ! evening wml celebrate the t t anni- j verpary of their order in America with a grand hull in the opera ! The Odd Fellows next Monday j house. A general invitation is extended to all to participate Good music has been secured and a grand time is in store for all. I Tickets ifl each. A large number j will attend from adjoining towns | and the occasion promises to be a 1 memorable one. Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair Da « CREAK3 I ! I j 1 MOST PERFECT MADE. Grap« Cream of Tartar Powder. Fie-, , Mill, Alrm or any other adulterant. 40 Y ."AIM* TUB STANDARD. ' r i Am Notice« Notice is hereby given that all uratef ditches must be cleaned out by May i»ti 18bd. All ditches not denned out bv that date will ho cleaned out and charged to the property Owne b and thd amount collected ns the law directs. Owners ol property must make ditched in front of their premises. By order o ( Board of Director« of Montpelier Irriga' John Cozzens, Water Maaten S' lath turn Co. Ba ! oil April 22ml 18U0. Kt'pulillcnn «'nil. At a meeting of the County Repnbli' can Central Committee held in Mont-* pelier, Idaho April Util, 18110. It waif ordered that three conventions ho held asfollowstov.it: t first to ho held at Bloomington May , to elect delegates to the convention I" 1 l'ocatello which elects delegates Id the Rt. Jamie Convention. Primaries for said first c. nvention to be held in the respective voti: g precincts May 2nd at 8 o'clock p in. (second to bo held at Montpelier A M g ; 8th, to elect delegates to the State Con- 7 iso Which nominates thd Primaries for Said second ■ ven,ion at state ticket. I convention to he held hi tho respective I vot inj; precincts Aug .1st at 8 o'clork p. j m. I Third to Iw held at. Paris the county seat, Sept. 21st. 10 o'clock a. ni; to nomi* ! mite the legislative and county ticket* j |»ritmirie*i for said third and last con vention to be held in the respective rot* ! hig precincts Sept. l'Jth, nt 8 o'clock j !'• nl It was further ordered that tho repre- 1 Bcntaliuil to those conventions for each voting precinct, ho at the ratio of 1 dele I gate for each 20 votes or j thereof cast at the last general election | "'hid' makes the representation as fol-r 1 '° ajor fraclioit «K : Light Mile. M< ntpeüei*. ... j'Hrin. 'J homai*' Fork. Nounan . *1 .is if . 4 1 ■Ninhur.. Georgetown . . .. I'enninKtoti. Dingle. 3 .1 . . . 4 ■j Ovid ft Bloom h Si. Charles Haven.. . Milking <i lofai of on 9 li i I 0 ilclesrati b to ji'Ahl that <ontei| at# beat 1C* ! of I the various prêt* j they arc entitled so that th mtty bo tLtabled h»:- both part/ iM(onvent It is iU be r.'p- 1 suits an i peopl C. À. 1 *OfV.,.; i hitiriii r V. M. W JM'! RS. ( ic.k. ip: I '-r, kUL _ • ..trier went •bout 14 year» , Date.), ID i swi; bln 189 a.