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MONTPELIER EXAMINER.
VOL. 2.
MONTPELIER, IDAHO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1890.
NO. c3.
ED. BURGOYNE
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styles of dress goods and
Trimmings.
Our great new stock of fall
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MONTPELIER. IDAHO
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Get your Preserve jars at Bur
goyne & Brennan's.
S. A. Mills is receiving new
goods daily.
Cards for candidates printed at
this office. Prices reasonable.
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Bain wagons seem to be all the
You can get them only at the
Co-op. \V. it M. Co.
Sheriff and Mrs. Davis are again
domiciled in their home in this
city.
go.
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Tarlan and Trio tablets are the
best and cheapest, at Hoovers drug
store.
Compare Emelle's work with
work you had done before and see
the difference.
Editor Frank Walton of the Po
catello Advance was a visitor in our
city Saturday.
Go to S. A. Mills for jars for ;
pickles and preserves. A new lot;
just received
Lined and unlined Gloves and
Mittens at Hammond & Whit
man's.
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^j-Tlireshing is the order of the day
with the farmers and already this
year's grain is on the market.
Why go to Paris to make final
proof when it can be done properly
in my office R. S. Spence
All kinds of rubber goods, truss
es, syringes, etc., at Hoovor's drug
store. 29
Conductor Murphy and wife ar
rived home from their visit east
this week.
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S. A. Mills has the best goods at
Call and see for
the lowest price,
yourself.
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Window curtains, extra width
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at extra cheap prices. Hammond
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R. S. Spense is making speeches
over in Fremont county this week.
Ile'is for the McKinley repubs.
f Dave Bagley leayes Friday
/his mission to England. He and
J Ed Rich will travel together across
the briny deep.
All the latest styles in sailor and
walking hats at S. A. Mills. Just
received.
To Rent—Good three roomed
house in good location. Apply to
Mose Lewis, The Leader.
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Awarded
Highest Honors—World's Fair,
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MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 \ EARS THE STANDARD.
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Populist Column.
This column is paid for and
edited by the Populists and
they are responsible for all
that appears in it.
Tickets.
For State Senator:
Henry H. Hoff.
Representatives :
Adam F. Segmiller.
Thomas L. Glenn.
Sheriff.
Joseph Jones.
Probate Judge:
Henry Margetts
Treasurer:
George B. Spencer.
Assessor and Collector:
Henry N. Rogers.
Surveyor :
Joseph Fuller.
Coroner:
James B. Latham.
County Commissioners:
Ilyrum S. Rich.
Andrew H. Peterson.
Jasper Jennings.
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THE POPULISTS.
MEET IN CONVENTION.
Nominated A Straight County
Ticket.
The members of the populist party in
this county met in the opera.house Sat
tirdav last and nominated a straight
^ Ld to^tattve tlekeL
q- j, denn was made permanent
chairman and Henry Rogers secretary.
During the proceedings Frank Walton
of Pocatello, delivered an address on the
duties of the members of the people's
Inch the following nomi
party, after
nations were made:
For state- senator, Henry H. Hoff.
Adam F. 8eg
For representatives ;
miller and Thomas L. Glenn.
For sheriff, Joseph Jones.
For probate judge, Henry Margetts.
For assessor and collector, Henry I.
Rogers.
For surveyor, Joseph Fuller.
For coroner, James 1'*. Latham.
For county commissioners- First dis
trict, Hyrinn S. Rich ; second district,
Andrew Peterson; third district, Jasper
Jennings.
Precinct officers: Montpelier, John A.
livelier, Joseph L. Hunter, justices;
j Frederick Sarbach, constable;
I John Norton. James Davis, justices;
j James C. Rich, constable.
Paris,
A CARD.
i To the Vo ters of Id aho :
For the purpose of information and to
I correct any misunderstanding relative
! to the attitude of the Democratic State
I Central Committee in this campaign,
I the committee deems it advisable to
! make the follow ing statement :
; There has never been any departure
the Committee
set
the part of
the agreement entered into by
! on
from
the Democratic and People's party Btate
there ever been
,
,
I conventions ; nor h;.s
• intention to depart from
or
am
aside such agreement,
the cr mmittee are executive only, and
they deem it tbeir duty to make every
effort to carry out the wishes of the
State Convention and to elect the en
tire ticket there nominated.
The democratic party was the first ii
this campaign to declare for the free and
unlimited coinage of silver, at the pres
ent ratio, without waiting for the con
sent of any other nation. The National
People's party convention re affirmed
this doctrine. Great aid and assistance
were given the stiver movement by the
i action of those delegates who withdrew
I from the. Republican National Conven
| tion, and that aid we fully appreciate
j and recognize, and inasmuch as the
j Silver republicans take a (stand on the
j silver question identical with ours, and
as we ondeistand are in favor of reform
I in state and County affairs, we tliere
I fore invite and request them to put
I aside mere personal and individual am
! billons and to join with us fully in eleet
! ing the entire People's-Democratic Tick
I et, to the end tli'at our state ns well as
I National affairs may be well managed,
j This Committee is the only Demo
j eta tic Committee in this state and the
I only one authorized to act for the Demo
c.atie party, and the onlv Committee
recognized hy the Democratic National
Commit ee o f which James lv. Jones is
chairman. Many reports to the con
trary have been circulated, but they are
wholly without foundation. The Peo
ple's Democratic Ticket is the only
Democratic ticket in the state recog
nized by tne Democratic committee.
The Democratic State Central Com
mittee have hitherto acted and they
hereby declare their intention to con
tinue to act, in harmony witli the letter
and spirit of the resolutions of he
Democratic State Convention, and we
urge every Democrat to do likewise.
Vote the People's-Democratic Ticket.
(Signed), James A. McGee,
Chairman, Democratic Slate Cen
tral Committee.
On behalf of tne People's Party State
Central Committee, 1 fully concur in
the above statement.
The powers of
(Signbd) P. H. Blake,
Chairman. People's Party State C'en
tral Committee.
Drugs at reasonable prices at
Golden Rule drugstore.
New York Dental Co. for fine
Dentistry at urices that defy com
petition. Office at Golden Rule
drug store, Montpelier.
Politics are on the boom in Bear
2d
Four county tickets are
Lak.
nov/in the field for the electors to
eh# oso from.
Just arrived. A new line of
Ladies', Misses and children shoes.
Latest styles. Burgoyne & Bren
nan's.
Call at the Co-op. W. & M. Co,
and eee the finest line of stoves in
AtV endless variety to
the state,
select from.
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Dr. (myon/was called to Logan
this week to/perform two delicate
In eyes of citizens of
operation!
that placev He was entirely suc
cessful and the patients are rapid
lv improving.
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Fresh creamery butter, milk,
creatn, eggs, new potatoes, etc., de
livered at your door every morn
ing by D. Be aod.
The best of liquors for medici
nal purposaé
store. All/ g
the prices art:
at the City Drug
uRT warranted and
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D. T. DAVIS.
THE PIONEER
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ALL WORK KNOWN TO MONDERN DENTISTRY SUCCESSFULLY PER
FORMED. CHARGES REASONABLE. MONTPELIER.
Democratic Column. I*
This column is owned and
edited by the Democrats and
they are responsible for all
that appears in it.
For Presidential Electors :
IP. IP. WOODS.
L. L. EVANS.
WILLIAM F. SMITH.
Tickets.
State Peoples-Democratic.
Congress :
JAMES GUNN.
Supreme Court Justice:
RALPH P. QUARLES.
Governor :
FRA NK STE UNENRERG.
Liestenaat Governor:
GEORGE F. MOORE.
Attorney general:
ROBERT E. MCFARLAND.
Secretary of State:
GEOROE J. LEWIS.
Slato Auditor:
JAMES II. ANDERSON.
State Treasurer:
GEORGE II. STÖRER •
Superintendent of Public Instruction:
LE WIS N Ii. ANDERON.
Mine Inspector:
B. F. HASTINGS.
State yenator.
J. C. 'RICH.
Representatives.
E. M. PEG MI RE.
CHRIS WALLANTINE.
Sheriff.
AM ASA M. RICH.
Asse-sor.
JOS. S. ROBINSON.
Probate Judge.
ALFRED OSMOND.
Treasurer.
TRACY SHEPHERD.
Surveyor.
ROBERT BIRCH.
Coroner.
EPH. JONES.
Commissioners,
M. BOOTH.
JOHN II. GRIMMETT.
W. I- PERKINS.
Go to S. A. Mills and see his line
of crockery, tinware, etc.
I). A. Nelson returned this week
from his mission to Australia.
See that line of heavy cotton and
woolen child's Underwear at Ham
mond A. Whitman's.
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Read the rew ad of the Consoli
dated Imp. Co., in this issue and
then call and see tjheir stock.
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The uptown intermediate de
partment of the public school was
started Monday with Prof. Booth
in charge.
To Rent—Two
in suitable location , for rent. In
splendid repair and of convenient
duelling
houses
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CO-OP. W. & M. CO
We carry the L ar g0 S t StOCk Of StOVeS
IN BEAR LAKE COUNTY.
Tiie old Reliable FULLER & WARREN Steel Ranqes.
Hard Coal Burners,
AND MANY OTHERS. OUR.PRICES THE LOWEST.
We always have on hand the most reliable goods in the market,
Deere and Oliver Plows. Onley Gilpin
Sulky Ploiv.
Fran kli n Heaters,
BAIN WAGONS are guaranteed tlje best on earthj last the
longest, best materials, heaviest ironed, lightest running.
S. Blinds. o3Sil.

WE BACK WHAT WE SaY.
Our celebrated Racine
n is the Best.
■■themselves to all.
HAVANA PRESS DRILLS reco
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Hardware, Harness, Saddles. Lumb
WHEAT SACKS. Carpet tacUff,
te us a call.
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We will handle you^produce.
M& M. Co
J. D. FIFE, MANAQER. O« or i
MONTPELIER. IDAHO.
I* 5 "- , Ke " tl0 "'- Apply to Jon, ' s
it bon s store.
A large stock of violin, banjo
and guitar strings all sizes and of
best quality just received at Riter
Bros. Drug store.
Messrs. Gunn and Stuenenberg
arrived this morning and will
speak to-night at Paris and to
moirow night (Saturday) in the
Montpelier opera house.
[ have three, tons of fine winter
squash, from 5 to 20 cents apiece.
Be careful about buying onions of
peddlers when you can get the
finest quality at Stewart's for $ 1.25
per hundred.
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.
An uns Accessful/attempt was
made last /light blow open the
sate of tint Co-rtp Wagon and Ma
chine Co/ ityfliis city. A hole had
been bortedinn the safe and evident
ly loaded, but the shot failed of
execution. There is no clue as to
who did the work.
Estimates made on all classes of
carpenter work from a table to the
largest building. Satisfaction in
all cases guaranteed. Correspon
dence solicited from those intend
ing to build. Chas. Huff, Montpe
.lier, Idaho.
D. M. Osborne & Co. has entered
suit against John U. Stucki as
manager of the Paris Co-op of Paris
Bear Lake county, Idaho, to re
cover $277 alleged to be due on
two promissory notes given to se
cure the payment of a bill for har
vesting machines sold to the de
fendant by the plaintiff.—Deseret
News.
Dr. Schefstad, the dentist, is
turning out the finest plates,
bridge and crown work, etc., ever
seen in Montpelier. If you have
any dental worK call on him in
his new oflioe next door to Hoover's
drug store.
Winter is nearly here. For
good warm Underwear, Hosiery,
Glovss and Mittens in men's, ladies
arid children's sizes, go to Ham
mond & Whitman's.
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Some three hundred extra sub
scribers will receive the Examiner
during this month. These sub
scriptions are paid for by the cen
tral committees and anyone re
ceiving the Examiner who has not
heretofore been a subscriber will
! run no risk of having to pay for it
if they take the same out of the
office. It is already paid for, so
take it and read every word in its
columns. It will cost you noth
In
ing.
Men's
cheaper than you ever bought it,
at Hammond & Whitman's. 31
Woolen
U nderwear
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Burgoyne
AND
Brennan.
DEALERS IN
General Merchandise, Grain,
Lumber, Lime and Farn Produce
Mail Orders receive prompt at
tention.
Montpelier,
Idaho«,
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All kinds of jewelry work done
at home and at reasonable rates at
Emelle's Jewelry Btore.
We have tv sure cure for colic in
horses and rattle. Try a bottle.
Riter Bros. Drug Co.
Wnilt Lewis hasembarked again
in tifc hay and grain business and
receiwt made a large shipment to
Rock Springs.
Perfumeries, fine soaps, toilet ar
ticles, purses, buckskin gold bugs,
etc., at Hoover's drug store. All
new goods and of best quality. 29
Joe Fuller is the possessor of a
couple of coyotes given him by a
friend. Thy can be Been at his
livery staff!»-*' on Washington
avenue.
Just look at these prices: Comb
honey, 15 certs. Fine eastern
Concord grapes, 65 cents a basket.
Apples 90 cents and $1 per bushel
Crab apples, the finest hand picked
$1 per bushel. At Stewart's next
door to postoffice.
Fuller's bus will be nt all pas
senger trains. If will also call at
any house in town for the purpose
of taking passengers and trunks to
the depot. Charges reasonable.
Leave orders at stable office.
J. N. Bresee has our thanks for
a sample of genuine old fashioned
maple syrup, which he brought
from his Canadian home last week.
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YOU'LL LIKE THEM
at the fust glance. Our wall paper pat
j erns are the cream of the leading pro
ductions for this season. Their beauty.
uniqueness and originality make them
secure of universal admiration. We can
j show you something superlatively ap
propriate for every sort of loom and
I every kind of furniture. The quality of
onr papers, like our patterns ia ot the
k'P r ,oint of excellence. You can't
make your WHlls look as attractive any
• other way a- by papering them
some of onr most pleasing designs.
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RITER BROS. DRUG GO.,
H hole. nie A Krti.ll Itraggixi,
Montpelier. Idalqo.
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J^R. E. F, GUYON,
PHYSICIAN
aud SURGEON.
Office, over Riter Bros. Drug store,
Montpelier,
Idaho.
Dr. J. Schefstad,
DENTIST.
Crown, Riidge Work and Plate work *
Specialty. High grade work at
lowest prices. No charge
for Examination.
In Cottage next to Hunter House.
Montpelier , Idaho.
The . .
Capitol
NEW STOCK. NEW PROPRIETOR .
• lte-openeD.
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I hart rt-npened thii popular retort and
Stocked it uilh the belt quality of
Wines, Liquors and Glflars.
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Fine Club Rooms in Connection,
Everything New andfirst
Claes ,
KEG BEER ALWAYS ON TAP.
Bottled goods for trasients and Tourists.
Open Day and Night.
Give me a call.
A- POLLSON,
MONTPELIER,
Prop.
IDAHO.
j JOE FULLER,
BARBER.
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Imported and Domestic Snitmga oa
any , hand. Good tits- guaranteed. <n oiw
with|iler« prmajkly attended to. Givij
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