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VOL. 2.
MONTPELIER, IDAHO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1890.
ED. BURGOYNE,
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The Pioneer Merchant of Montpelier, Idaho.
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Our great new stock of fall
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<Jet your Preserve jars at Bur
goyne it Brennan's.
A. Mills is receiving new
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J. 1). Fife leuyes to-night for a
couple of days stay in Halt Lake.
Bain wagons seem to be all the
go. You can get them only at the
Co-op. \V. it M. Co.
Prof. Anlguire was over from St.,
Charles Thursday. I
Tartan and Trio tablets are tlA
best and cheapest, at Hoovers drug
store.
The Co op W. it M. Co., are pay
ing cash for wheat. Call and get
prices.
Compare Einelh
work you had done before and see
thja difference.
r Born—To Mrs. Chas. Pierce, up
town, Thursday Sept. 24tln a girl.
»»■Tro to S. A. Mills for jars for
pickles and preserves. A new lot
just received
Lined and unlined Gloves and
Mittens at Hammond it Whit
man's.
* Why go to Paris to'make final!
proof when it can be done properly'
in my office It. S. Spence
Engineer Sfaley is off this week
on account of sickness.
All kinds of rubber goods, truss
jes, syringes, etc., at Hoovor's drug
store.
S. A. Mills has the best goods at
the lowest price. Call and see for
yourself.
Window' curtains, extra width
at extra cheap prices. Hammond
it Whitman.
John H. Grimmett, of Dingle, is
building himself a commodious
home in that town.
All the latest styles in sailor and
walking hats at 8. A. Mills. Just
received.
To Rent—Good three roomed
house in good location. Apply to
Mose Lewis, The Leader.
C Arthur Roberts of Star valley
was shipping cattle at the Mont
pelier stock yards this week.
The largest stock of violin, guitar
and banjo strings in the county at
Ititer Bros. Drug Co.
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goods daily.
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Highest Honors —World's Fair, 1
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POWDER
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M rs. A. G. Hunter is visiting in
the east for a few weeks at present,
Go to S. A. Mills and see his line
of crockery, tinware, etc.
A fine line of sponges of all
kinds and sizes at Riier Bros.
Drug Co.
Business on the railway is still
booming and all the crews are get
ting in big time.
f Some of the engineers and fire
men got in 50 days last month
and they expect to do even better
^hiringr this month.
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To Rent—Two dwelling housi
in suitable location for rent. i
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splendid repair and of convenant
size.
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A large stock of violin,
and guitar strings all sizes and of
best quality just received at Riter
Rent low.
Apply to Jdnee
& Hon's store.
Bros. Drug store.
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All who have accounts with the
City meat market and desire to
settle same can do so by calling at
my residence on 9th street.
Joe Baulky.
f A little girl of Oie Swensen's
scalded her foot badly .Tuesday
with boiling water. She is now
( getting w gR as fast as possible.
E. M. Webber now has a com
pany of his own on the road and
this week played two
Oakland California,
to come through this section on a
tour east.
Just arrived. A new line of
Ladies', Misses and children shoes.
Latest styles. Burgoyne ifc Bren
nan's.
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He intends
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Call at the Co-op. W. M. Co.
and see the finest line of stoves in
the state. An endless variety to
select from.
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W'm. Cotter, the boiler maker is
back from Ohio. ,He says the
whole country is talking silver and
shouting for Bryan.
All kinds of jew elry work done
at home and at reasonable rates at
Emelle's Jewelry store.
Men's
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Woolen
Underwear
cheaper than you ever bought it,
at Hammond ifc Whitman's. 31
W. H. Robinson, who has re»
cently bought the old Cottage ho
tel, has changed the name to the
''Idaho.'',
Meesr»;. Redman and Beckman
have beten in Soda Springs this
..J and rumor says they are
shortly^ to become sheep barons.
We have a sure cure for colic in
horses', and cattle. Try a bottle,
Riter Ijlros. Drug Co.
See that line of heavy cotton and
woolen 1 ' child's Underwear at Ham»
Whitman's.
A double wedding will be the
next /society event for Montpelier.
6f the participants are well
q w- w r-this city.
Poultry of all kinds can be easily
cleared of Mites and other Vermin
week
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for sale hy Riter Bros. Drug Co. 24
Xew York Dental Co. for fine
Dentistry at nrices that defy
petition. Office at Golden Rule
drug store, Montpelier.
Perfumeries, fine soaps, toilet ar
ticles, purses, buckskin gold hags,
etc., at Hoover's drug store. All
new goods and of best quality. 29
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Winter is nearly here,
good warm Underwear, Hosiery,
GIovss and Mittens in men's, ladies
and children's sizes, go to Ham
uiond it Whitman's.
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''Councilman Bresee returned this
week from nearly a month's visit
to his old home in Canada. He
had not been there for twenty
years and so changed were the
scenes of his childhood that he
cw them.
Dr. Sehefstad, the dentist, is
turning out
bridge and crown work, etc., ever
seen in Montpelier,
any dental work call on him in
his new office next dour to Hoover's
drug store.
Fresh creamery butter, milk,
cream, eggs, new potatoes, etc., de
livered at your door every
iug by D. .Beard.
The Union Pacific will make a
rate of one and one-fifth fare from
all points in this state to the Spo
kane Fruit Fair, which will be
held October 6th to 17th inclusive.
For particulars apply to local
agents.
Cold weather is making itself
manifest. Dont forget to call at
Nielsens Furniture Co., for glass
and glazing. They are prepared
to fit any sized sash at lowest
prices.
Woodmen of the World are
tified that there will be an
ment for October notwithstanding
some have been notified to the con
trary. Clerk IIoS has asked the
Examiner to make this mention
for the benefit of the local mem
bers.
To lease—I will lease my house,'
lots and barn for low rental. Lots
large enough for garden, chickens,
etc. A most desirable place, Lease
for a year or more. Apply to J.
R. Brennan. Mrs. A. E. Herrick.
the finest plafss,
If you have
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Estimates made on all classes of
carpenter work from a table to the
largest building. Satisfaction iu
all cases guaranteed. Correspon
dence solicited from those intend
ing to build. Chas. Huff, Montpe
lier, Idaho.
The best of liquors for medici
nal purposes at the City Drug \
store. All goods warranted and !
the prices are low.
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The stock pens at this point
have been crowded every day for
some time past with cattle and
sheep awaiting their turn to be
loaded for eastern markets. Cars
have been scarce, but a goodly
number have been sent out daily.
The country is still full of cattle
and sheep to be shipped yet this
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FORMED, CHARGES REASONABLE. MONTPELIER.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
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State Senator.
J. C. HIGH.
Representatives.
E M. PUG MI HE.
CHIUS WALLAMTIME.
Sheriff.
AM ASA M. RICH.
Assessor.
JOS. S. ROBINSON.
Probate Judge.
ALFRED OSMOND.
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The court room at Paris, beautifully
decorated with bunting, encircling pic
tures of past democrats and the present
presidential nominee, was the scene of
the democratic convention on Monday.
Chairman Shepherd of the central
committee called the delegates to order
and in a good speech told them the ob
jèct of the meeting.
On motion J. F. O'Connor was made
temporary chairman and Alf Osmond
temporary secretary.
A committee cn credentials was ap
pointed and a recess taken for thirty
minutes. Upon reconvening it was
found by their report that thirty eight
of the forty delegates w ere present in
person and two proxies from Montpel
ier were rcprbsente'l.
A permti refit organization was affected
by selecting Joe Rich for chairman and
Jos. Robin »oh secretary.
Commit ees on order of business and
resolutions were then appointed.
A committee was also selected to con
fer with toe populism, after which an
adjonrnmi nt till two o'clock was taken.
Upon atsembliiig again the conven
tion held an executive session to com
plete its deal with the populists. After
a great deal of parleying, they -finally
sent word to the populists that they
could have the coroner's office. This
the latter rejected and in lien asked for
one commissioner and the probate judge.
This offer was refused then the demo
crats proceeded to nominate a straight
ticket.
For slate .senator, J. C. Rich was
chosen hy acclamation. He delivered a I
ringing speech in accepting the nomi
nation.
For • representatives the following
named were put up: Jas Jennings, G.
C. Hillier, Ed Pugmire and Chris Wal
lantine. After a close vote the last
named two were nominated.
The biggest figli t of the day came on
the sheriffship, the following being
candidates: J. H. Pierson, Jos. Jones,
Mike Malone, If. H. Dalrymple and
Amasa Rich. It required tw
for Mr. Rich to get the necessary twenty !
Treasurer.
TRACY SHEPHERD.
Surveyor.
ROBERT BIRCH.
Coroner.
• EPH. JONES.
Commissioner?,
M. BOOTH.
JOHN II. GRIMMETT.
W. T. PERKINS.
THE DEMOCRATS.
MEET IN COUNTY CON
VENTION.
A County Ticket Nominated
Amid much Enthusiasm.
ballots !
CASH for WHEA 1
> the Largest Stock of Stove
IN BEAR LAKE COUNTY.
The old Reliable FULLER & WARREN Steel Ranqes.
Hard Coal Burners,
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AND MANY OTHERS. OUR PRICES THE LOWEST. j
We always have on hand the most reliable goods in the market, '
Deere and Oliver Plows. Onley Gilpin
Sulky Plow.
1 BAIN WAGONS are guaranteed the host on earth last the
j longest, best materials, heaviest ironed, lightest running.
WE BACK WIIAT WE SaY.
Our eel ehr* ted Racine Wagon is the Best.
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Hardware, Harness,Saddles. Lumber. Doors, Blinds,
WHEAT K APk'H Paroet tacks. Give US a'call
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HAVANA PRESS DRILLS recommend themselves to all.
We will handle your produce.
; Co-op. W. & M. Co
J. D. FIFE. MANAGER
MONTPELIER. IDAHO
one votes.
Jos. Robinson was nominated by ae- j
eiimation (07 Assessor on motion of !
Chas. Ilotr who had intended making !
the race.
Alf Osmond and J. II. Miles were put
forward for prol ate judge and the for
mer was chosen.
For treasurer, I'ere.v Shepherd
nominated over David Krogue and
Marion Lindsay.
Robert birch was nomihated for sur
veyor without opposition.
Kph. Jones beat D. C, Stuart forCoro
wan
Bor.
The eomiuissioners selected were as
follows :
1st district, M. Booth ; 2nd, John
jtirimmett; 3rd, W. T. Perkins.
The different precincts nominated the
following for Justices and Constables;
the first named being for Justices :
Montpelier, G. 0. Hi. lier, John A.
Kelly ; Solon Robinson.
Dingle, Geo. Sirrine; Geo. W. Sparkst
Thomas'Fork, Levi P. Hart; Frank
M. Hoop.
Fish Haven, Orson Crook, John I'.
Gardner; Samuel Winterbotton.
St. Charles, 0. Transtoni Jr., Leonard
Floyd ; W. H . Arnell.
Bloomington, J. Jarvis, J. H. Long;
Albert Dunford.
Liberty, Jos. M. AVixoui, Samuel
Matthews; S. \V. Matthews.
Non nan, E. M. Lindsay; Chester E.
Williams.
Georgetown, Samuel J. Smith, Will
ard Stoddard ; W111. Hoff.
Eight Mile, John Baird Jr.; Janies
Monroe,
their adoption by a vote of the electors
itnsoi.uTioss.
The following is the report of the com
mittee on resolutions:
First. We, the démocratie party of
Bear Lake county in convention as
sembled, hereby atlirm our unswerving
allegiance and support of the national
platform adopted at Chicago and that of
our state convention adopted at Boise
City, and pledge ourselves to work for
the prineij les enunciated by those con
ventions.
Second. We realise the injustice of
our present fee system and recognize
the burden4 that are placed upon our
t.«x payers to support the high and un
reasonaole salaries of county officials/
and pledge that all nominees of the eoj t
vention shall accept their positioned
trust with the distinct understanding
that their emoluments in office shall be
controlled and governed by such reduc
tions in fees and salary as the legislature
in its direction shall determine, and to
this end the legislative nominees of this
con/ention accepts their positions with
a sacred promise to the people that they
will use every honorable effort for the
reformation of our statutes In regard to
these matters. And said legislative
nominees are hereby infracted and pro
hibited from entertaining any petition
from any deputation of citizens from
this county squinting at the main
tuinenee of our high snlaries and fees.
Third. We dem mil that Such laws
be enacted at the coming legislature ft .
will protect our ranges and the timbers
of our mountains to actual bona fide
residents and settlers of our state.
Fourth. We demand that the waters
of our rivers and streams be utilized and
the right to itH use« be Controlled by the
residents and actual Bettlern, and tl nt
we diaccnintenance in every form any at
tempt on the part of foreign corporations
to control our irrigation facilities.
Fifth. We fav
full endorsement of
the three pending amendments to the
constitution of our state and recommend
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Générai Merchandise, Grain,
Lumber, Lime and Farn Producë
Mail Orders receive prompt at
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/Last Wednesday in Salt Lftk\
/as solemnized a man Inge cere'
mony .that united two happy
hearts and two popular society
people of this city, F. L. Cruik
Shank and Miss Mattie Burgoyne.
Mr Cruikshank lias long lived
in Montpelier and for several years!
has been in the employ of Bur
goyne & Brennan. He is well
known anil popular with all, on ac
count of his uprightness and ster
ling manhood which eoilnts for
everything in thé growing west.
Miss Mattie is the second daugh
ter of our well known townsman
and merchant Ed Burgoyne, and
is universally respected and es
teemed wherever she is known.
Especially is she loved and honored
by those whom it has been her
pleasure to assist, and likewise hy
the Y. L. M. 1. A. of which she is
a valued member.
Mr. and Mrs. Cruikshank have
the best wishes of legions of friends
both in this county and many
places in Utah, for a long life of
married bliss. The Examiner
sends also a basketful of congratu
lations.
The newly married couple re
turned from Halt Lake yesterday
morning and we understand will
shortly begin housekeeping in
Milford Williams' residence on 3rd
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YOU'LL LIKE THEM
i at the fi'Bt glance. Our wall paper pat
eins are the cream of the Ipiwlinw pro
auctions for this season. Their benutv.
uniqueneBH anrl original tv make them
HtM'ure of universal admiration. We ©an
1 aliow you nomething superlatively ap
propriate for every f-ort of îooriî ami
everv kind of furniture The quality of
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make your walls look as attractive anv
! other wav a» hy pa|ierin.' them with
: some of our most pleasing designs.
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RITER BROS. DRUG GO.,
Wliwleaalo A. Ketuil Urugglil,
Montpelii-r, Idahjo.
|jR. E. F. G LYON,
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and SURGEON,
(-'flii'e, over Ititer Bros. Drag store.
Mi ntpelier,
Idaho.
Dr. J. Sehefstad,
DENTIST.
CroiVii, Biidge Work and Plate work 1»
Specialty. High grade work at
losest prices. No charge
for Examination.
In Cottage next to Hunter House»
Montpelier , Idaho.
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Re-open©]
/ have re-opened thin pojuila
Stocked it with the best <]
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Wines, Liquors <eni
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Fine Club Rooms in Col
pry thin g New cA
Class.
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KEG BEER ALWAYS ON TAP.
Bottled goods for trasients and Tourists.
Open Day ttnd Night ,
Give me a call.
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IDAHO. .
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