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. MONTPELIER EXAMINER. VOL. •> MONTPELIER, IDAHO, SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1890. NO. 18. ED. BURGOYNE, The Pioneer Merchant of Montpelier, Idaho. 'Vr 7 V * rr * 7 xfasQz \£/. \-Jz y$7 y^-y vf-r x4r x-frr ^ The Merchant of Venice could not display, üj "* Mis variety of Goods in such a array, &"=* -As we have at our store so pleasing and nice, ji A 'i d universally known as Lowest in Price. sAsrzjs.- zyrzjx-zjrzjs .tjrzjrzy.-zji zjs-z.jx-zjrz^ xjs-zjs z$4-j$s-zjx-zjs mi zjs-z; *4C - — •Cjx'A o Is usual on tlie top! EverytHlna at prices to suit the times and pocketliooks ol ttie people WALL PAPER! FURNITURE!! CARPETS!!! Tn endless varieties and Pea a f ifu I Design s. All the way from a clock shelf to a Bed room suite Lumu and see-tor yourselves and y o cannot resist buying. The Largest Stock and Latest Patterns. Stock in our new Annex. Stoneware and Crockery I lie largest Assortment of .Stoneware and ( rockery ever brought to Hear Lake county and X'rices l y far the Lowest. I< cult Jnrjs from 1"3 jjnl. to O gnls. from IS cents to $1.00 ■ tone ( hums, r t ew i'ans, Mi lk I ans, Filters, Tea 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, H ITS, CAPS and Gents Fti.nisiiing 1 Goods in endless variety. SPECIAL DRIVE, 1 fl lull li ne of P. Cox's Ladies'Shoes worth $3.50 at $2.25 to close out Millinery!! - Millinery ! It is of the Latest Style, most fastidious. No eld shop worn goods on band. Everything new and calculated to please the Hats Trimmed "A La Mode" by Expert Milliners. A\ e arc always in the market for produce and g'ive highest prices ED. BURGOYNE, MONTPELIER. IDAHO Clins. Campbell, the Singer Mn chine agent was in town the fir.-t of the werk. Sheriff John McDermott of Green Hiver was a visitor in this city the first of the week. j Why go to Paris to make final proof when it can be done properly in my office B. S. Spence Frank Malier is a lucky individ ual. W. S. Oakley's wheel fell to his number, being the second Rambler lie lias gotten in the same wav. 11 HD's. Thos. Rowe, mother of Mrs. A. M. Watson and Mrs. T. W. Warner, is visiting in this city from Idaho Falls. She will re main till after the 4th. _ ! ' l1 - J " ,Ull '' n ' 1 ' •' '^'■''jly. lots opened a drug store in the | Whitman building near tlie Post- 1 office with a full line of drugs, toilet articles, perfumery, etc. A small wreck occurred at Cra ter yesterday morning, whereby engines 14G5 and 750 were some what damaged. No. 2 was delayed an hour. No one was hurt. I Agents C J. Campbell and Chas. HolF, of the Ringer Machine Co., ivrireover in Star valley this week. They sold four machines and found collections good. They left Tuesday for Fontenelle, and kJii&uy'si to he 0 , LaBarge gone several 'B'lae B'iillicoile l 'ouipuIIy . Friday night this company pre sented the great play "Trilby a house packed to the doors, and this too, in the face of a counter attraction, the competition being Hopkins' Trans-Oceanic Specialty company. They also had a fine! house in the face of Wallace's cir -1 cits on Thursday night. When it is noted that these counter uttrac ; to lions are among the greatest in the country, the Callicottes have something to be proud of. They are a company of ladies and gentle men and their plays have given entire satisfaction to our theatre goers, which is attested in a sub stantial way by the good houses! they had all week.—Laramie Re publican, Wyo. Opera house all next week, mission 10, 20 and .'50 cents, ies free Monday night. Ad Lad S. P. EMELLE. Practical Watcliniaker, Li? Jeweler and ' Optician. - Kr Æ - JD -! • Mail orders promptly attended to. IDAHO MONTPELIER, SUBSCRIBE FOR THE EXAMINER B.oeul lin l*|lr il i n g>. Come to the races next Saturday, •Just received, a carload of Gaelic valley Flour at Jones & Son. 15 Bread, pies, cakes, buns, and anything in the bakery line at the Arcade hotel. ' n 1 j The ladies missionery society of the Presbyterian church met j yesterday in Paris. J. R. Shepherd, who is on a mission in California, expects to be home by r July 4th. A new fireman arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Singent last Saturday. All concerned doing well. The Independent of Rock ! Springs now comes out semi-week '^'■''jly. Brother Atkinson must he | makillJÇ a few ^ 1 The best of liquors for medici nal purposes at the City Drug store. All goods warranted and the prices are low. It is a fact worthy of notice, that S. P. Emelle the Jeweler turns out his repays in a workmanlike man 1 work guaranteed. ' Tht/ Crocker murder trial was begtVn at Cheyenne this week. It w'i 1 1 tie one of the hardest legal contests ever fought in the west. 0 5 • 10 ner. . [art and Henry Evans re bec | j/ mied from L°g an > bringing their »children witli them, who attended (illege during the win ,he Logan J- J- Jensen's barber shop re -1 eeived an overhauling this week it in the way of being repapered and ! repainted. work. Seekers of camping pleasures will consider their own comfort by purchasing taeir Tents and Bake i Ovens at Co-op Wagon & Machine ; ! Co. I I). C. Oakley did the in Fresh creamery butter, egtfs, milk, cream, pie plant delivered at your door every morning by Beard. Prices low and quality of the best. 18. -^TiYeat preparations are being made at Soda Springs for the com ing Fourth. The committees are \t work a; a great time is prom , 1 . ist The pet antelope belonging to Mrs. Lena Lehrbas got on the rail way track recently and lost -a leg in getting away from the engine. It had to he killed. A preventive is better than a cure. Don't let the flies get into your houses when you can buy Screen Doors and Windows so cheap at Co-op Wagon & Machine 7 Co. According to a late decision o$ the United States Supreme court the Indians must obey the state laws regarding the killing of gan^e -! as well as other statutes. is likely to cause sonle the JacKson Horn [country this summer, for the citi zens over there will uphold the • I opinion at all hazards. This ctston trouble in Compare Kmelle's work work you had done before and ^«.difference. with see 1G /Miss Mary Kent, of Logan, and V' ss Libbie^Kich, of Hot Springs, " V e v iewing the beauties of Mont 1 pjJîPT'Wcdnesday. j a Mrs. W. R. Gilpin, a sister of dr s. Chas. E. Harris, fuesday night from Evanston for i two Week's visit. arrived tuts. David Nelson, whose hus band is on a mission to Sandwich Islands, is very low with sicknes at her home in Bloomington. Late Mrs. Nelson died yesterday ing. i i morn DENTISTRY:—The New York Dental Co. will open an office on July 1st at the Golden Rule drug store near the postoffice at Mont pelier, where all may secure fine Dentistry at reasonable prices. 18 The long trains of nmv-a days necessitate the "sawing" business when they r attempt to pass each other on the road. Fifty-five loads or about, seventy empties is an or dinary load for one of the fourteen hundred engines. $250:—To any one who will pro cure me a chance to cut and put up, on half shares, 80 or 100 tons of good hay on the bottoms near Paris. I haye a first class outfit. Send postal to John H. Miles, Paris, Liberty or Montpelier. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Herrick and family left this week for Glenn's Ferry where they will locate. They have long resided in this city and are highly esteemed by a large circle of friends. The best wishes of all will accompany, them. It 5 10 re by I /Last month Soda Springs watj allowed to assume the title of vil-t läge preparatory to incorporations C. G. Rose is chairman of th$ hoard of trustees and D. J. Lau, clerk. The hoard is at present Jousily engaged in framing ordt at of /The school board of Georgetown icned the bids for the erection of îïhnçe s for t he guidance of Soda'^ citizens. 18. are Children's Day was celebrated at the Presbyterian church Sunday night. A large audienec was de lighted with a pleasing program and the llower decorations were in to leg a buy so deed handsome, the rostrum being a mass of blooming plants. The pastor, Rev. Lamb, made a few appropriate remarks regarding the growth of the Sunday school in this city. »heir new school house Tuesday. They were found to be as follows: J. S. McMurray, $1950; Hurst ifc Shepherd, $1820; Dave Follick, $1945; Chas. Huff, $1815; Ed Bucher, $1925. Chas. Huff, of Montpelier, being the lowest bidder was awarded the contract. Work Tïïê Examiner 7 o$ f, citi the is to commence at once and the building will be completed by September 15t S Mr. Huff. CO I D. T. DAVIS. THE PIONEER m m DENTIST. AU. W0RI. k'iWOWN TO MONDERM DENTISTRY S VCCE8JFVLL Y PER FORMED. CHARGES REASONABLE. MONTPELIER. The Co-op Wagon & Machine Co M This space reserved for the ■ new ad. of the Co-op W. & M.J Ob., which will appear next.' SBweek. It will contain mention** &>f new lines of machinery they!^ m S^lnow handle. Watch for it. fafc Co-op W. &M.Co. M. D. WELLS , Manager. Montpelier, Idaho. Instead of fifty miles, the Short Lino will receive eighty-five miles of steel rails this year. Roadmas ter Douglas is busy getting affairs in shape to handle this new con signment. More section men are being employed daily and every train brings several carloads of rails. The Short Line will shortly be the best equipped road in the country for handling traffic. Hires' Root Beer, both dry and in liquid form, at Riter Brcs. Drug i s Jo. Wool is piled mountains high aT Soda Springs. Several trainloads have.already been shipped and the restift the clip is being loaded rapidly. The price realized lias varied - from , six to nine cents. is nearly a The shearing season through and large numbers of wool buyers and shearers are leav ing daily. There has not been as good demand as in former years though more sheep have been sheared. A great strike of galena is re ported from the Blackstone mine at St. Charles. Er. Knapp, who is working there, encountered a large chimney of this metal at 200 feet in his tunnel. The sample sent the Examiner is pure galena and no doubt runs high in silver. The people at St. Charles are .much elated and especially Robt. Gee, who is developing an adjoining claim. We have no doubt a large force of men will he put to work immediately on this property. This w ill give the camp an impetus it has long needed and from which much good wijj hc dülived. ' Marshal Chas. Hager had thrilling experience at Pocatello last Sunday. While sitting in the train, waiting to be brought to Montpelier, a tough by the name of Murphy entered the car and snatched the marshal's watch and attempted to escape. Charlie, how gave chase and finally caught ever the thief. When searched it was found lie had thrown the watch away in trying to escape./Nigbt Policeman Ormsby, who is always hand, saw the marshal after some one and coining up to the coach under which Murphy had taken refuge, arrested him. Car tappers Price and Riley had lend their assistance to get the fellow ftom under the trucks. Murphy was taken to the county jail and locked up. The next morning while Night Watchman Wallace was going home from | work lie found Mr. Hager's watch of close to where the chase was had. Subsequent eyents showed that Murphy w as one of a gang of five» who follow the avocation of steal ing, housebreakers, etc. The other four were found and put in tl»e de in on few the in ifc Ed of "jug" also, Marshal Hager is pecially thankful to the Pocatello authorities, and particularly De i toot Policeman Ormsby and Watch '^man Wallace, without whose sistance the watch would have ; never been recovered. the by man 'B'heir Answer. 3 ho Examiner lias received two com niunJentions. one from the president, W. D. Ream, and one from the score tary. Joe Lewis, of the Taxpayers club. Inasmuch ns Mr. Ream claims that he is the parly direct y referred to we give his space, not having room for both. It is as follows : I Editor op Examiner: In your paper dated 13th., I see in the editorials, an article claiming that some of the members of the ''Taxpayers Political Club," in fact some of its oflu ers, had run their stock over the lir.e into Wyoming to escape paying ~t«xea > n same in this county. It al.-o sflated tha' if such was the case, said Club had better disband. D.will say here for the benefit of all « ini may read, that I am the party and the/oniy party in Dingle,that knowingly Juris stock in the state of Wyoming and I here exonerate all members that be long to the Dingle Political Reform Club, also all citizens of Dingle, ni d conîMer the shot fired directly at my self, (but consider it only a fizzle ) I will now pro eed to give my reasons, and answer in full io the entire article, as requested. I am an American citizen, was born and reared one, and bare lived so that lam entitled to all the rights of the same. I have in the past amt expect to in the future, conduct my business for my own interest as far as my citizen eh ip will permit. Five or six years ago, some of our prominent citizens of Dingle drove from oar town, somewhere from fifteen hund red to two thousand head of cattle to Canada and Montana. Others have driven and shipped to different points of the country, l uyers have come in and bought stock here and taken them out Others haïe driven in and fed and have gone out again and theie lia- never been a kick made, w hy ? Pec .use they had a right to do eo. Rut were they taxed ? Ask the people. It lias occurred re cently that men from Wyoming have bought and fed within Pear Luke comity fnhii six hundred to one thousand li nil of tattle. 1 find by inqiti. ing of the as ses|or that those cattle have not been tax^d. They have now gone from Idaho There are also, cattle fed every winter in different parts of the county on which the taxes are very low. There were be tween four and five hundred head fed het^ in Dingle for a time last winter, which I do not think were taxed while feeding on Idaho, Utah or Wyoming range. Ibis stems all right; but ns soon as I secure an interest in the state of Wyotnii g and take my cattle there it seems to create a terrible sensation, and some one begins to make u great roar. All must admit tiiat I have the same rights as other citizens, and that it is who is ill a to to tl»e some schemer or office seeker attarkina the Club in this wav. I say also for tlie benefit ot the public, that I I ml made entire arrangements concerning the property ami taking care of stock, long before tlie idea was promulgated in Dingle, regarding the Eight or ten years ago, Dingle snp . ported from GJXXJ to 10,00« bead of cattle on Dingle range. People could get for their cattle, hay from »1.60 u, »3.00 per ton. Today you w ill be unable to find 1000 bead, and no sale for the move of a Taxpayers Pa tv. es De as coarse liay. While, in the borders of Bear Lake county, if you coud he fur nished a correct account you would find from 100,000 to 200,000 sheep. How many belong here, the people can an . I doubt if all told they have 1000 nw.-r head, while the reBt belonz to non-resi dents and are not taxed. You can read ily see that the laws of the stale have placed them in this condition by allow iug sbeep men from Utah and other state* to come in and destroy our range Our New SPRING GOODS Have Arrived. C all and Examine Them. SHOES! SHOES!! WE AKE CLOSING OUT OUR LINE OF THE Celebrated Buckingham & Hcclit Shoes ARE NOW GOING $8 Shoes at $4.50 he It BURGOYNE and in its the al.-o all and and be BRBNNAN Montpelier, Idalio and force the citizens to dispose of their cattle, and by providing for enormous salaries and fees, and taxing the poor laboring das", mich as mechanics and farmers, beyond endurance and allowing syndicates, co opeintionsand capitalists to escape with a low valuation, have completely crippled the industry. top of this they add insult to injury imposing a Chinese tax of $3-00 on The principal of the Taxpayers fart is t'. nominate by the people and for people, and to distribute the officers equally among the different precincts, and to set down on the office seeker male citizens of a certain age. kick out the political rings ami political monopo izers, ami choose ami elect men of their own peers. Men that w ill furnish monev to defeat a bill that f,.r the general good of the public, Men that will repeal ol noxious law such as the Chinese pole tax ami others equally as unjust to the poorer classes' and make better ones in their stead. ? ns 3 he old parties of to day have put where wc are. All pr. mises made them should be considered as of little vaine, for they have proven their promises to have been such. If we look beyond at tbe end of their term they get elec ed, we will f*ee the valu at ion raised on most of the property the poor man in order to get ns much money as will he required to run machinery. It lias been so in the and we expect the same in the futu unless the taxpayers of the state raise... mass and demand a reduedon of taxe*, not only <lenrian<l, hut cotii|>eI reduction, by cutting salaries ai d it ! and enforcing laws that are intended I the good of the majority of the people, Now I lielieyo if we can cut down the percentage and raise on valuation is \ and get a just representation of is property, tli t it will have a good effect. ill j It is human nature for all people ! invest and engage in enterprises where the best inducements are set forth. j where the majority t f the people I their choice it will naturally follow' a state becomes more enterprising. ! But as long ns the politics of the . and county are run by machinery in of ,,andH of I K,ll,,, ' al rings, and men bl, V ti.cn,selves into office nga.nst u, wtsh of the m.jor.ty so long as tins , ,!ü " e ,l *'» * 1,,ve 0Ut e..tc-rprii«*. the I Now regarding my driving cattle 1 was not aware that I of i Wyoming. breaking any law. If the party made the roar will please state period of time that the owner muat an- stock of different kind- in this county just to be t xcd, and when I e is sl ow to ship or dispose of the same, whether this restriction applies to general public, or to myself a one, will lie greatly interested to learn. have a | lau partly ai ranged to send ear of steers to Iow a to be corn fed ileased if Mr. Kicker will inform what date thu la» will nlbcr ( \yjJL be nl nie as to me wj law p lowin If I hate broken theTaw "îif'ÜBWHMm I surely will in the other if I complex the plan of shipping to Iowa. Iulsoi: - tend to ship one more car of hogs 11. | fall, which w ill end the enterprise r I hog raising and feeding in Bctr LaU county so far as I am concerned. 1 w iff Iheatly obliged for ihe additional i i formation from Mr. Kicker of when to ship hogs according to law. I I" conclusion 1 will say to the ptthli ■ ! , m general, that this is simply a per o: ■ a/lair of my own, and lois nothing to >" «"V « a >' « the "Taxpayers Party ' The p rty was not originated for t!... purpose of "boosting" any officesec, - ; >nt ■ office, it is therefore not rotten a: 1 , wc s!lU * nnt disband, 1 have hurt any ones feelings I driving my eattle out before he v . ., ready for me to I humbly beg his par don, for it was quite unintentional ou my part to make one feel badly. Res, ectfully, W. D. Ream. | From Montpelier to tin . *. N ; 1 1 1 0 11 i 1 1 lurk it is only 1 1 miles. Why not finish it an.J bring thousands of dollars 1, • jjjjg city? Help is assur' 1 from J ut .j ison ' s Hole, St; V ; v . lUe Uinta county , S seetions . MtH.I - | * , , . . , P'- j' * 'f matter and send out a dele!-; t ioll to look tile glOUIld OX c . .,, n^mv - j J JJOW nave 1 LEA I I 1 AI t ) ÎX i'j l to loan Oil 111 Sit C • | farm and city piopc i Loans closed without del. '. a i Easy tenus and low interes —- I e i K. S. SPENCE Awarded Highest Honors—World'« Fair, DU 0C& ^Lcream_ BAKING POWDfB Ij 1 ! A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free « , from Ammonia, Alum or any other ad iliaa.a, MOST PERFECT MADE 40 .EARS THE STANDARD.