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o VOL. 2. MONTPELIER, IDAHO, SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1890. NO. iö. ED. BURGOYNE, 'he Pioneer Merchant of Montpelier, Idaho. tîrjîzjslzjfe rfr-sfctfeA ^ rf, ■ - The Merchant of Venice could not display, ;!■ ^' s var ™ty of Goods in such a array, ° '^ s we h ave o t our store so pleasing and nice, „ I And universally known as Lowest in Price. ^ îJsrzjîTjnjr zjr-ijnyrzji ijn^ï ïjrzj» i&. zjrzjij > usual on the too! EveruttJlno at prices to suit the times and pockettwoks ot the people VALL PAPER! FURNITURE!! CARPETS!!! i . % &S2-=— V f i endless varieties and Beautiful Designs. All the way from a clock The Largest Stock and shelf to a Bed room suite■ Latest Patterns. Come and see for yourselves and yo cannot resist buying. Stock in our new Annex. - - Stoneware and Crockery - - File largest Assortment of Stoneware and Crockery ever brought to Bear Lake county and Prices by far the Lowest. fuit Jars from 1-8 gal. to 0 sals, from IS cents to «11.00 • tone Churns, St ew Pans , Milk Tans , Filte r s, Tea Sets, Dinner Sets, In fact anythiifg you need in this line. )ur stock of staple & fancy Groceries is complete Iso DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS and Gents Fu.nisliing Goods, In endless variety. 'EGlftL DRIVE. 1 ft lull line of P. Cox's Ladl es' Siloes worth $3 .50 at $2.25 to close out - Millinery! Millinery ! ! is of the Latest Style. No old ehop worn goods on hand. Everything new and calculated to please the 4 most fastidious. Hats Trimmed "A La Mode" by Expert Milliners. We are always in the market for produce and give higliestTprices MONTPELIER. IDAHO ED. BURGOYNE, 0 per cent off WALL PAPER ILL and SEE our Designs, every one this year's product, in endless number. PURE DRUGS and MEDICINES the lowest possible prices. All are standard firstclass Goods PAINTS, OILS and GLASS want you to come and get our prices on these articles Our Low Prices will Surprise you. Riter Bros Drug Co. MONTPELIER, IDAHO. lee cream and soft drinks today Stuart's next to postoffice. VIilford NVilliams/s now located Glasgow, Scotland nsferred a few /weeks ago. ^els C. Nelson, of Bloomington il please accept our thanks for kindness in sending us six new iscribers this week. We ad e others to read the offer in ay's Examiner. Leopold and Isaac Lewis, sons J. Lewis, arrived from Green ver this week to assist their her in his new store "The Idaho." darried—May 31st, at. the resi tce of Gus Spongberg by Judge jelly, Geo. C. Tolman of Fairview, ryo., and Emma C. Block, of Brit hi.Columbia. The Examimer ex ■Bs congratulations. 14 , having been èpecial Offer. ' Months for $1.00. The campaign in this coun r will be particularly inter ring and the Examiner will •ont a non-partisan stand lint, give a full and accurate ■count of its progress, he iles being kept up to its iesent standard as a local wspaper. In order that all may keep sted on these events we 11 send the Examiner from w until January 1st, 185)7, Cm months, for $1.00. We will take eggs, butter, ultry, vegetables, etc., al ving highest market price. Send a postal card to this Ice with your name and ad ïss stating you accept the er amj the Examiner will sent, payment for same to made between now and Jgust 1st, 1896. ed, a carload of Cache dalIfl W*'FIour at Jones & Son. Fresh Sassafras Bark in any quantity cheap at the City Drug Store, Wm. Bishoff aud Louisa Keller of Berne were married in Logan this week. Cy. Wheelan was renewing ac quaintances in this section during the past few days. Call and see our stock of Shoes, the largest stock in town and prices the lowest at Jones & Son. 15 Ben Sommers has moved his stone yard to the vacant lot be tween Stuart's store and Dr. Tan nar'8 place. The Firemen's dance last Friday was well attended and a merry time passed. A goodly sum was turned into the boys exchequer. W. H. Dodge has commenced work again on his claims near St. Charles. No doubt as the summer advances he will have a large force developing his property in that section. Children's day will be observed at Calvary church on Sabbath, June 21st. As usual a choice pro gram of songs and recitations will be submitted. An efficient com mittee of ladies has charge of the floral decorations, which special feature at this church each Children's day. J. Lewis has been busy unpack ing goods this week at his store opposite the opera house. He will carry a full stock of general merchandise, and will be opened for business by June I5th. Mr. Lewis will call his store "The Idaho" and he invites all to call aud get prices on his goods. He has located permanently in Mont pelier and to get a trade started will place prices on all goods at bed rock figures. Only the best quality carried. Give him a call and investigate bis offerings. No harm will be done and you may profit greatly thereby. Produce 1 taken in exchange for goods. 'Just n 15 7 are a 15 Local Happcmagm Chas. Wilson was in town this week on business. The roads are getting in fine shape again for traveling. Rev. Johnston left for Pocatello and Blackfoot Wednesday night. / Miss Irene Douglas is the proud possessor of a new Rambler bi cycle. Go to the City Drug store for writing tablets and stationery of all descriptions. A marriage license was granted to Samuel J. Read and Anne Fred riksen on Monday. Why go to Paris to make final proof when it can be done properly in my office R. S. Spence f A marriage license has been granted to Joe Orchard and Miss herfhe Young of this city, perator E. M. Site wart has been ansferred to Nampa and J. Gor his place at this point. A nice fresh line of California evaporated fruits to arrive in few days, at Hammond & Whit man's. Rev. George Lamb and family spent some days at Soda Springs this week, visiting at the Presby terian Manse. Buy the Rock Springs and Dia mor.dville coal, $4,75 for nut and $5.25 for lump at Thos. Barrett's next door to The Fair store. Mrs. C. H. Pearce as manager, is disposing of Mrs. Harbaugh's stock of millinery goods prepara tory to closing out the business. A robbery occurred at Nuphur one day this week, when a Jap's cabin was broken into and a suit of clothes and other small articles stolen. Frank Hutchins has cut down nearly all of his trees, and will substitute cottonwoods for the Balms, if he concludes to put out auy kind. Unless a heavy frost visits Bear Lake valley, all ot the farmers look for the heaviest yield ever known in this section. The past week has done wonders for all vegetable life. Jas. Redmann's house has been newly painted and the ''mud" spots have in consequence disap peared, to the great delight of Jim, who has been relieved of answer irg many questions. S, P. Emelle makes a specialty of repairing watches damaged by incompetent workmen. All classes of work in the jewelry line prompt ly attended to and satisfaction guaranteed, Prices very reasons'* ble. Shop in Hansen's. The bridges over the "slough'* and Bear river are in an absolute dangerous condition. The river has been exceptionally high for some time, the water running over the banks in many places. Some measures ought to be taken im mediately to put these structures in a safe condition. r 5 11 Kal ti a 9 10 i 13 D. T. DAVIS. THE PIONEER m ® DENTIST. ALL WORL KNOWN TO NON BERN DENTISTRY SUCCESSFULLY PER FORMED. CHARGES REASONABLE. MONTPELIER. Buy Garden & Grass SEEDS That are suitable for this peculiar climute -AND Proper Tools To put them in and Cultivate their products The Co-op Wagon & Machine Co M 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. D. WELLS, Manager. Montpelier, Idaho. r Judge illier has been quite ring the past week. The Co-op W. <fe M. Co., received a car load of binding twine this week. Ice cream, Soft drinks and all kinds of fresh fruits at Stuart's next to post-office. Attorney Glenn has moved his law office to the rooms over the Consolidated Implement Co's store. For Sale—Timothy seed, quality guaranteed of the best. Will sell in any quantity at Mose Lewis, The Leader. A. Galloway, stake superintend ent cf Sunday Schools, and wife were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed. French this week. Ira Eldredge and family of Coal ville Utah,visited Solon Robinson's family this week. They are on their way to St. Anthony for a short Etay. Seekers of camping pleasures will consider thei* own comfort by purchasing tneir Tents and Bake Ovens at Co-op Wagon <fe Machine sic] 15 2 7 Co. r Born—To Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Smith on June 1st, a daughter; weight nine pounds. Mother and i child doing splendid and 'Gene is fJiappy as a lark. Mary TfT"~Yannar, M. D., Ph. G., has opened a drug store in the Whitman building near the Post office with a full line of drugs, toilet articles, perfumery, etc. / The populists of Montpelier are ! requested to meet at the city hall May 9th, Tuesday evening, for the purpose of organizing a populist silver club, by order of the com mittee. / 6 *s_EieKing tackle of all descrip tions just received at Hansen's. Largest stock and lowest prices in town. Dr. Schefstad the dentist, makes a speciality of bridge work and all classes of dental work. See some that he has done for our citizens. Charges reasonable. Next door to Hunter house. /"Chas. Hoff, the Singer sewing machine agent, received a brand new wagon from his firm this [week. Charlie Won it as a premium Tor disposing of the largest num Bter of 9 -, 15 S hines since he took chi Helmer Dean and Misa Lizzie Cook who were married at Fossil last Saturday evening were the recipients of a large number of presents. Space forbids their enu meration, but they were handsome and useful. About forty people attended the-wedding aud a glori ous time was had. 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. nmonAi, park road. RemoHN Why It ehdul.l go from this City. Mention was made in our last issue in regard to a proposed Wagon road to Jackson's Hole and National Park. There is now a good road to the lower Star valley or Salt River valley and from this point the government troops, through their scouts last sumtner, found very easy trail route from the Hole to lower Star Valiev. From Jacksons Hole to the National Park there is now a very passable road, part of Which Was constructed by the Government last summer. From one of the governtnent officials, Samuel Shill, it has been as certained that, by the completion of the missing link between the Salt River valley and Jackson's Hole a complete wagon road from Montpelier would be provided for all the travel accruing at this point, which Would be great owing to the distances given by Mr. Shill in comparison by which Montpelier would have the shortest and most leasable route to Jackson's Hole, Teton Basin and National Park. Not only would such a route be beneficial to this city, but also to Afton and all Star valley towns. Oar business men eboaid bestir themselves in regard to this matter as thousands of dollars would annually be expended at Ibis point. It would be one of the most scenic routes in the west and just the one the summer pleasure seekers would enjoy, as the en tire proposed road traverses a country abounding in game of all kinds, while fishing equals If not excels the Streattil of the National Park. We might men tion such streams as the Montpelier creek, Crow creek, Salt river, Stump creek, Big Grayes river, Little GrayeS river, Bailey creek, and many other smaller streams all of which would be a delightful resort for the "sport" with rod or gdn. There is no point on the route on which there is not good grazing and beautiful camping points, while ether routes to the Park lay through a com paratively desert country. The mining industry of Jackson's Hole is looking up. Two twenty-stamp mills are going in this summer. Parties "here intend corresponding with the Uinta county officials in regard to this road. The estimated Coet of building is about $1000 and it is sAfS to say that the Uinta county people would stand the greater part of the expense and with some help from this end of the line the undertaking can be accomplished, The following distances are given by Hr. Schill. , 46 mile*. i Sam Lewis started work on his ! new addition this week. J Montpelier to Afton Theyne G raye* River 72 Jackson'S Hole 90 60 Jackson's Hole to Park ■ Distance to National Park as proposed from Montpelier, 127 miles, making It the shortest and most desirable route for the immense and growing trade and | travel to that section of the country. Out* New SPRING GOODS Have Arrived. Gall and Examine Them. SHOES I SHOES 11 WE ARE CLOSING OUT OUR LIRE OE THE Celebrated Buckingham & Hecht Shoes ARE NOW GOING $8 Shoes at $4.50 BURGOYNE and BHENNAN. Montpelier, Idaho. I Nrhool Elections. Alohtpelier, lower town: The ejection attracted little interest. Win. Hull was re-elected for the erm of three years and a ten mill ax waB voted, Montpelier, uptown: Win, T. Perkins was re-elected for three years and David Follick to fill the unexpired term of Thos. Jones. A ten mill tak Was levied for J J this At the county seat tTve greatest interest was taken in the election. W, C, Cole and Amasa ftich, who favored a special tak, re^ ceived 95 votes each on the peo ples ticket, while H. t. Humph reys and Ezra C. Budge, Who were on the "church" ticket and against the special tax, each got 18 votes. A special tax of four mills was levied by a vote of 93 to 20. St, Chariest An effort to levy a special tax of four mills for a summer term of school brought out a big vote, The proposition Was defeated. Jope Munson was elected as trustee. Dingle: A good deal of oppo sition was shown to the special levy of Si* mills, but it was carried by a good majority. George Davis was elected trustee. At Ovid the election resulted äs:, follows: L. P. Nelson, three years; No special tax J. Olsen, one year, was voted, John Sewart was elected trustes ■ at Wardboro aud a tax of five mills was levied. Wm. J. Lindsay was elected trustee at Bennington. No school Denocfallc Primaries* Last Friday the democrats of | Bear Lake elected delegates for a county convention to be held in this city today. The following Were selected: Montpelier: J.F.O'Connor,Chas. Hammond, Mike Oates, J. 8. Bar* rett, Wm. T. Perkins, Joe Jones, John Shape and D. C. Stewart, Sr, Georgetown: Chas. Hoff, Doug las Hik and Sam Smith, Bennington: Jas. Pierson and Harvey Lindsay. Ovid: L. P. Nelson, Paris; W. N, B, Shepherd, C, ! i Wallahtins, Amasa Rich, Hebet sWtedley, G, B, Spencer and Jas Athay. i DinRlei Fret! Sparks. Advertised I. citera. The following is the list Of letters re n aining uncalled for in the postoffice at I lontpelier, Idaho, for two weeks ending dime 1, 1698. J bhn 8. Greeff, J antes Norton. Mr. Bert Robbins. Wm. Reason. Mrs. Isabella Geögory. / Persons calling for above letters will Aay advertised if not called for in JO days Will be sent to dead letter office, CnAe. HAumohU P Ji For Rale—161 acres of land. Price 1400, Apply to Jacob Jones Sr,, Montpelier, Enterprise lodge No, 18, L 0. O, F., will celebrate their memorial day next Tuesday. The procès* sion will form at the hall and, led by the Montpelier band, will march to the cemetery, Where Services will be held, A geueral invitation has been extended to all to participate and assist in decorat* ing the graves of the dead. The procession will start promptly at one o'clock p, m. The beautiful ftfeW Catholic Church was consecrated last Sun* 15 Bishop Glorieux and Rev, Zander Donckt couducting the ccfemxnies. A large congregation was present, Beautiful flowers adorned the handsome alter and all within Was magnificent. The day was ideal for the occasion and Ae people took advantage of it. ood music Was furnished for the Q occasion. The Catholics of this city feel proud of their new edifice. No doubt a resident priest will shortly be sent here. AVrarded Highest He non-World's Pair. DR tucer * €REAM_ BAKING POWDtR MOST PERFECT MADB. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. FfU from Ammonia, Alum or any other a d u Mei S M, 40 S.EARS THE STANDARD.