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i EXAMINER ■ ■4.; © f— MONTPELIER, IDAHO, SATURDAY, MAY le* 1890. VOL. 2. NO, 12. ED. BURGOYNE J The Pioneer Merchant of Montpelier* Idaho. str-VÎz-rizLrtz x*r-xh.si-L& str rfr if» rîtsfejVlîz rfz_rK $ The Merchant of Venice could not display, s -S //is variety of Goods in such a array, *5 As we have at our store so pleasing and nice, L And universally known as Lowest in Price. ■ y-js-z^sr-zyr-ijs zjrzjjrzyrzjs: zjs-zjstjs-z^» zjrzji zjy-zjs-zjvzjï zjs % < Is usual on Me top! Everything at prices to suit tüe times andjwcketDooks oi the people WALL PAPER ! FURNITURE ! ! CARPETS I ! I All the way from a, clock shelf to a Bed room suite > The Largest Stock and Latest Patterns. Stock in our new Annex. In endless varieties and Beautiful Designs. Come and see for yourselves and yo cannot resist buying. Stoneware and Crockery The largest Assortment of .Stoneware and Crockery ever brought to Bear Lake county and Prices by far the Lowest. Pruit Jars from 1=0 icnl. to Ö gals, from IS cents to $1.00 f tone Churns, f tew Pans, Bilk 1 ans, Filters, Ten Sets, Dinner Sets, In fact anything you need in this line. Our stock of staple & fancy Groceries is complete Also DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS and Gents Fti.nlsliing Goods, In endless variety. SPECIAL Dm VE> : A full line ot P. Cox's Cadies'Shoes w orth $3 .50 at $2.25 to close out Millinery!! - Millinery ! It is of the Latest Style. No old shop worn goods on hand. Everything new and calculated to please the most fastidious. Ilats Trimmed "A La Mode" by Expert Milliners. We are always in the market for produce and give highest prices MONTPELIER. IDAHO ED. BURGOYNE, PURE DRUGS and MEDICINES All are standard firstclass Goode At the lowest possible prices. PAINTS, OILS and GLASS Wo want you to come and get our prices on these articles WALL PAPER GALL and SEE our Designs, every one this year's product, in endless number. STRYCHNINE ! • Oyrr Prices will Surprise you. Piter Bros Drug Co. MONTPELIER, IDAHO. Agent for the " Rambler 1 other BICYCLES n And GOOD All high grade arid\ sold on easy payments. F. L. Cruikshaiik, ag't The Art Amateur. Best and Largest Practical Magazine The only Art Periodical awarded medal at the World's Fair. Invaluable to all u ho uisli to make thicr living by art or to make their homes beautiful. Por lO cents We will send to auv one mentioning this publication a specimen copy, superb color plates foi copying or fram ing, and 8 supplementary pa es of de si ns, regu'ar price 36 cents. Or we will send also »« r." 90 pages Por So cents. it Ii I'iiinling for l!egin a Address •IONTAOUE MARKS. SJ Union square NcrtsWffk No Room l'or Moulu. When the facts are before yon, yon oast lie eonvineed.' I'he facts are that the Union rgciPc is ending all competitors, is the ac , howledged dining car route, and great I nigh car line of the west, i'lie line via /Denver and Kansas City Chicago in connection with the Chi •o & Alton Railroad, with its exellent dpment of Free Reclining Chair (, Pullman Palace Beepers and Pull l Liners, demands the attention of ' traveler to the east. : your nearest age cute. K. Gen. Pass, and ikt. Agt. .4 ent for tickets via I,. LOMAX, il ESCRIBE POR ,HE EXAMINER. of r Ilffrniinir. Next Thursday night the local company will put on the famous play, Herminie, or the cross of gold. All the parts have been placed in exceptionally good hands and a great treat can he looked for byotlr citizens. They have worked hard at the rehearsals and all feel con fident that one of their best plays will be "Herminie" a good house should greet them. Following is he cast of chara •E. M. Webber PSûTUür and Herminie Victor Durand Maggie Anderson Chae.Hammond r Ed. Caray Sargent Pablo Phil. LnBarsc a German spy after words knowen as Phillip d, Arville E. C. Hoover Howard Groo Ed O'Uonnor F. B. MeCart Antoine Duval Fabin (a miser) Deloroque Germain Beauferrand PersillaClurk Eetella Duval Mrs. 0, H. Groo Victor Durand in first act five years old Masterdlomer HamiWhd A full line of dairy supplies of all descriptions just received. They will be sold at bedrock prices at Passey's store. Bear River bridge. Attorney Bagley left Thursday night for Blackfoot on land busi ness, He will not return until after the Pocatello convention. Pocket knives of all kinds and at prices that defy competition, Remember our motto, the most goods for the least money, Ham mond & Whitman. I. P. Riley has opened his watch making shop next door to Frank Jones meat market. Mary E. Tannar, M. D., Ph. G., has opened a drug store ih the Whitman building near the Post office with a full line of drugs, toilet articles, perfumery, etc. f G. C. Gray left for a short visit to the eastern states Sunday, He expects to be gone about two weeks. ^ A jo to the City Drug store for j writing tablets and stationery of ! all descriptions. 10 9 6 5 That County Convention. The republican hosts to the number of thirty-seven represent ing forty-seven delegates, assembl at Bloomington one week ago to day to elect eleven delegates to Pocatello convention. Oliver Dunford, in the absence chairman Hoover, called the meeting to order. Committees on credentials and order of business were appointed. Alf Budge was made permanent chairman and Oliver Dunford sec retary . The election of delegates was then taken up. Seventeen men were nominated and the following number of votes were cast for each: Alf Budge, 43. A. Herman, 42. John A. Bagley, 41. L. Laker, 38, R S. Spence, 38. O. Dunford, 31. Walter Hoge, 29 G. C. Patten, 28. W. W. Clark. 28 G us. Spongberg, 27. C. A. Hoover, 26. J. A. Ilulme, 20. A. It. Wright, 25. E. N. Austin, 23. J. H. MeCart, 22. Joe Lewis, 21. Wm. L. Rich, 10. J. Demo, 1. The convention adopted a rule that the eleven receiving the high est number of votes, provided they were majorities, were to be declared elected. This left Dr. Hoover and Mr. Hulme tied, and the doctor asked that his opponent he declared elected, thus saving the necessity of a ballot. A motion asking that the delega tion use its best endeavors to have Pres. Budge elected a delegate to St. Louis, was carried, after rthich the convention adjourned. io is is in NOTES. The Bloomington people got up an elegant spread for the delegates, which was heartily enjoyed by, all and for which the convention re I I The brass hand discoursed sweet 1 music before and during the con- j turned a vote of thanks. The defeat of Dr. Hoover and Joe MeCart disgusted the Mont pelier delegation and they were sore to t he quick. The quarterly conference did no* keep some of the bishops and elders from attending the conventioi^. Not a gentile from Montpelie was elected as delegate. Spongberg and Judge Patten both vote in Paris, Gus vention. The pre-arranged scheme of some of the Paris politicians went 1 through with the excepton of Wright and Anstin' who were heat en by Spongberg and Hulme. represented by five, Montpelier three, Bloomington two and St. Cliarles One delegate. Herman's plea for the Germans Paris is saved and elected him as a delcgift D. T. DAVIS. THE PIONEER m m DENTIST. ALL WORE KNOWN TO M0NDERN DENTISTRY SUCCESSFULLY PER FORMED. CHARGES REASONABLE. MONTPELIER. Buy Garden & Grass SEEDS c=> That are suitable for this peculiar climate -AND Proper Tools To put them in and Cultivate their products The Co-op Wagon & Machine Co Have made these subjects a matter oi 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. Local Happenings. Ncatsfoot at Riter Bros. A nd still the weather is a terror io growing crops. Ed. French, of the Examiner, is on the sick list. Dr. R. Owens of San Francisco is visiting Dr. Tannar of this city. Fresh Sassafras Bark in any quantity cheap at the City Drug Store, The receivers and other railway officials were in Montpelier the first of the week. Why go to Paris to make final proof when it can be done properly in my office R. S. Spence "Herminie, or the Cross of Gold" next Thursday night, tickets 50 cents, no charge for reserved seats. A nice fresh line of California evaporated fruits to arrive in a few days, at Hammond & Whit man's. For Sale—Timothy seed, quality guaranteed of the best. Will sell in any quantity at Mose Lewis, The Leader. 10 an 7 n 2 The city council did not hold a meeting Thursday night. How ever, there will be a session next Wednesday evening. John R. Wallis instead of Jas H., will start a paper at Randolph, Utah, in the near future. It will be called "The Roundup." Roberts Bros, of Star valley have dissolved partnership, so report One will engage in the stock says. business and the other continue in the store. Seekers of camping pleasures will consider their own comfort by purchasing ineir Tents and Bake Ovens at Co-op Wagon A Machine Co, 7 Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Milford Williams Saturday a bodneing baby girl. Mother and baby get ting along splendidly. / Once again we desire to Call the attention of riders to the bicycle ordinance. Wheels must be kept off the sidewalks and a bell and lamp must be carried. Several in 'Lfringements are reported lately on I adeount of the had weather. I À full line of white wash brushes 1 paints and other kinds of brushes j at bottoffi prices at Riter s. 11 A fellow struck (own this week soliciting ads. for a paper in Den 1 ver. The scheme was, that the ad of should cost nothing provided the advertiser subscribed for the paper, 1 The solicitor failed to call on the two ; However, very few of our business men took the bait so temptingly offered so the solicitor left in dis ]iaying for it in advance of course. gust. THE CONVENTION REPUBLICANS WRANGLE. All Ikny Scmlon and Far Into the Hlglit »Id the G. U. 1*. I.nbor. Pocatello, May Hi.— [Spe cial to the Examiner.]— After an all day session, continuing till midnight, the republican state convention, to elect del egates to national.convention, completed its labors. Littleton Price was elected permanent chairman. Resolutions endorsing Sen ator Dubios and declaring for free coinage and protection were passed. The following are the dele gates elected i Senator Fred T. Duboisi Ben E. Rich. Willis Sweet. Lyttleton Price; — Campbell. Alex Robertson. President Budge's name tvas withdrawn. It is not often peopel have f chance to select a high grade shAe of latest stock and style in this city but the opportinity is now offetvd at S. A. Mills. This week he re\ ceivedoneof the finest and best lines ot shoes ever shown in Idaho at prices ranging, for children from 25 cencs up, and ladies and gents from $1.00, up. The varity is end less to choose from. The stocK comprises the best of everything and the best way to appreciate it is to come to his store or see display in the window. 12 Mrs. Johns, of Kansas, will lec ture at the L. D. S. meeting house Monday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. At the opera house the same eve - ning at 8 o'clock. All are invited to attend - Admittance free. Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair, •DR; *UlCfj JJL CREAM a pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 .EARS THE STANDARD. BAKING POWBfR MOST PERFECT MADE. Our New SPRING GOODÄS Have 1*1* * C all and Examine Them. SHOES ! AJÜi CJUISU'Ü OUT Q Celebrated Rue . G a GOING it Vv BÜRGOYN B> nntl BRENNAN» Idaho« Montpelier* «sflMpw ■ an ■ fi1 ft?'. of 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. Conductor Jack Wedell has been buying a lot of furniture lately. We wonder what it all can meau. A flue assortment of Millinery goods. LadieB tine trimmed hats, worth $2.50, only 75 cents at The Fair. Helmer Dean Is up from Fossil having come to town for rtiedical aid for rheumatism, from which ho is B Jiff Ting. /^Tuesday Mrs. Jus. Coughlin had the misfortune to get the index finger of her right hand caught in the cog-wheels of a and so severely mashed that Dr. Hoover had to arnputatet he :nem 4jer at the first joint. Buy*the Rock Springs and Dia mondvillc coal, $4.75 for nut and $5.25 for lump at Thos. Barrett's next door to The Fair store. clothes ringer 10 Ed Burgoyne is now agent for J. A P. Coats Spool cotton. This week he received stock of tliir -famous thread and supply retail dealers as cheaply j an immense can as they ean buy in the eastefn j markets thereby saving them j - 1 cure, j your 1 'Screen freight. Get his prices. A preventive is Don't let the Hies get into' bouges when you can buy j Doors aud Windows so | heap at Co-op Wagon A Machine Co. better tlian ai ■ 7! : tirent loss is reported by sheep' recent storms. : men duriiig the ! Shearing began about April 20th and ih some eases almost oiio-tinlf, i of thos6 sheared have died. point.! have beeil The i pens at some ! closed (ill the weather Is more Tbl: clips thus far tak( ri ; favorable. ! have been unusually heavy. ..f Furnitiitfe for Sale—A lot household funyture for sale all in first Class condition. Apply to this office. Will sell 10 i cheap. Nearly all of the delegates to tb* Pocatello conventioj home to-morrow. Su 1 ahn ■ t . Thomas. Crane, a wealthy anal old timo citizen of Soda Springst died yesterday from a stroke of apoplexy. The dccased leaves a wife and six children to mourn hid loss. Mr. Grane was a merchant of Soda and had lived in this sec-' tion for many years. His Upright ness in all affairs won for him a great many friends, who will 1x4 sorry to hear of his sudden demise: Ù Scientific America* Atsncy for^ 1 r vS& , jj A ^ CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS. DESICN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, .to. writ« to •or information and free Handbook mUNM ft CO- SCI Buoadway, K Oldest bureau for securing patent« in America, ■very nan tit talcen out by ua ia brought befori She public ay a notice given free of charge in eh«l gw York. f rieutific §mmcm Largest circulation of any scientific paper in world. Splendidly lUuatrated. Ko intellii man abould be without It. Weekly. 83.00 d year: SLäOelx months. 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