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MONTPELIE
IDAHO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1897.
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
. A. HOOVER,
PjïYSICIAF à SURGEON,
ÜNTPELIER, :
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QUYON,
UCIAN
and SURGEON.
, over Riter Bros. Drug store.
itpelier.
Idaho.
jOUGLAS HIX,
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attorney -at - L,aw
. Land Matters a Specialty.
GEORGETOWN, -
Idaho
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à*. S. SPENCE,
I Attorney-at-Law.
MONTPELIER, : : : IDAHO
^^.FRED BUDGE,
»I. Attorney-at-Law.
District Attorney Fifth Judicial Dis
trict.
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Idaho.
"innr:
A. BAGLEY,
A tfcorfrey at Law.
J.
efenses in Criminal Cases
Speciality.
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lONTTELIER
IDAHO.
p L. GLENN,
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in all the Courts of Idaho
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T IDAHO
E. CHALMERS,
Attorney at Law.
CKfOOT
IDAHO.
r. J.Schefstad,
DENTIST.
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U, Biidge Work and Plate work a
j»cialty. High grade work at
lowest pricafe. No charge
for Examination.
.» next to Hunter House.
mfy>tUer, Idaho.
FULLER,
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BARBER.
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t Suitings ob
iteed. All or
o. Give me
Good fits gua
jmptly attende«
iLO CENTRAL!
ntw telephone line be
hi£ city and Paris is now
order. Connection
Reasonable. ,
Co-op Co. Borgoyn
*m#n, M. Rosenbaum
aris Mer. Co. Paris.
d-pn Idea afesss
BM&HSLTSS:
fl,»» prise offer
Indentions wanted.
esn think
C.. ror their
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Alway$ carries the best line of
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To be had anywhere.
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Our StocR is always Fresh and
Clean and'.only the best grades
are kept irt Stock.
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IDt'P (Boobs,
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Dress Gcbds of Latest designs
and Trimmings of all descrip
tions, All! goods are new.
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Ctotbing,
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Gents Furnishings, Hats,Caps
Boots, Shoes, in fact a com
plete stock in all lines.
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^furniture,
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Crockery, Glassware, Wood
enware, and all lines pertain
ing this department.
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Give us a call if you want some
Real Bargains.
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L06AL NEWS.
Items about Montpelier and
the County.
Mrs. J. W. Hyde came up from
Logan last week to join her hus
band in Paris.
Burgoyne & Brennan have just
added to their stock the celebrated
"Perfect" Baking Powder.
f Assessor Joe Robinson is prepar
ing for his annual roundup of tax
—He begins worx en April
l
1st.
Charley Campbell, the Singer
Machine man, was in town this
week in the interest of his com
pany.
Hugo Gaensslen proprietor the of
reen River brewing plant paid
iendly call on Friday
this office
evening last.
By the breaking in two parts of
a train at Sage Friday merning
twenty drawheads were smashed
in.
Cattle buyers continue thick in
this and adjacent valleys. Every
thing that looks like a beef critter
is in demand and prices are firm.
The Examiner is the place to
publish estray notices.
A marriage license was granted
to John Dunkley and Martha Hall
both of Whitney,
Journal.
The court last week decided the
case of Gray vs. Holland in favor
of the latter, by setting aside the
attachment issued in favor of the
former.
/ About 500 head of stock cattle
were shipped from the Montpelier
stock yards Thursday night. They
«ga-ta^Nebrask a to eat 10-cent a
Ida.—Logan
Last Thursday night the Mutual
Improvement associations of Y. L.
and Y. M. was held conjointly in
the L. D. 8. church. A good pro
gram was rendered and all had an
enjoyable
te.
When you want a
rst class
syringe and hot water bottle go to
Riter Bros. Drug store! They
have any size you wish.
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Mrs. Wilber, of Pocatello, who
has been ill for the past few weeks
in this city, is now much better
and will leave shortly for Cali
fornia, where it is to be hoped her
health will be entirely restored.
The state legislature expires to
morrow by limitation, but it is
understood if the business of the
session is unfinished the session
will continue until it is, in which
event the members will receive
pay for overtime.
Don't fail to take advantage of
the liberal offer we are making
Lamps. Only a few left. Ham
mond & Whitman.
no
on
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The proceeds derived from the
sale of the quilt, the Y. L. M. I. A.
have made, will go towards helping!
the stake academy at Paris. It i/
about the handsomest and mo*
artistic piece of work we have seep
for a long time. \
/""The party given by the ladies oh
the Episcopal church, while not
largely attended, was socially a
success. The supper brought in
(several dollars and altogether a
pleasant evening enjoyed. The
music was finished by the Monty
pdlier orchestra. /
Rol
Wolfe has been testi
some ore from his Grizzly B
claim in the Jerome Creek diet ict
and the assays show from $7 to
over $300 to the ton. He exp< :ts
to do some extensive developm int
in the spring.—Moscow Mirror. \
Try the "Perfect" Baking Pow
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far
der.
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Dr. T. A. Winter is located at
Hoover's Drug Store and will be
pleased to consult with those need
ing professional services,
specialties are Rupture and Piles,
both of which he guarantees to
cure without surgical operation
any detention from business. He
accepts no money until a perms-'
nent cure is affected.
His
or
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f State auditor Anderson has re
fused to allow the legislators per
diem for the days they were on the
junketing trip to Salt Laite. The
present state auditor seems to be
r stuff.
/Mose Lewis left for the east
/Thursday morning to buy his
spring stock of goods. He expects
to be gone about a month, and will
probably go to the inauguration of
iMcKinley while away. Hyma
Lewis, of Pocate]lo, accompanies
Stofc*—shipments continue to
pass through Montpelier from the
west. About a train a day has
been the average for some time
past. Part of these cattle go direct
to market, while some of them are
being taken east to be fed on corn
till spring.
/ The wreck a couple of weeks ago
at Border has nearly all been
cleaned un. Part of the cars were
burned and the iron taKen to Po
catello. Some 200 tons of coal was
given to nearby ranches, it bein^
scattered so the company could not
(jither it.ap.
T?y' the celebrated
Baking Powder. Satisfaction and
parity guaranteed or your money
refunded. Burgoyne & Brennan 1
^Thi cheekiest man in the world
w the one who kicks because
tiin items about him do not
par in the local paper, when he is
lot even a subscriber. It shows
te has either borrowed or stolen
it the
Perfect"
cer
ap
P° PJ of the pa ? e f' else he would
ot Know hi® important move
lentghad been overlooked. Mont
of these hardfaced
One week from next Friday,
larch 5th, the Young Ladies
ssociation of the 1st rtard will
ive a party in the L. D. 8. meet
ig house. Refreshments is to be
:rved in the vestry during the
rening, and a grand time is to be
repared for all. The p
Lieh will be turned
IjP building of the stake
1 yparis. ;
seeds of
over* to
it
Prof, and Mrs. O. C. Dunford
were over from Bloomington Sat
urday shopping.
In the great case of Brereton vs.
Wilson, Judge Standrod decided in
favor of the defendant. It was the
most stubbornly fought of any.
suit in Bear Lake county in recent
years. Five days of the court's
time was required to hear the evi
dence. Messrs. Spence and White
appeared for the plaintiff', and
Messrs. Bagley and Chalmers for
the defense. The amount involved
was about $8000.
This is a pecular world, says an
exchange. One man is saving
money to build a house, another is
trying to sell his for less than it
cost to build. One man is spend
ing all he can make taking a girl
to the theater and sending her
flowers, with the hopes of making
her his wife, while his neighbor is
using what money he has in trying
to get a divorce. One man escapes
the diseae flesh is heir to and gets
killed on the railroad. Another
escapes with only a scratch and
dies with the whooping cough.
One man stands off' his creditors
and goes traveling or to the springs
while the other stays home and
pays hij
✓"■Henry Whitman came back from
his visit east, Thursday night.
Mrs. Whitman will not return for
a couple of months yet as her
health is very poor. Henry says
people in Idaho ought to thank
themselves that they are here and
not in the east.
lines never were
m "be so deplorable and
thousands upon thousands of
people are just able to barely live
from day to day. Want and pov
erty are to be seen everywhere and
there is nothing in sight to hope
for. An election now for president
would result in Bryan's election by
an overwhelming majority. Mr,
Whitman bought a large stock of
goods while away lor the firm of
Hammond & Whitman, and they
have been arriying for several days
past.
J. F. Burton and E. A. Kessler
Kll
came up from Ogden last week
business connected with the chang
ing of the management of the Con
solidated Implement Co., at this
place. Mr. Kessler succeeds J. S.
Corlew, who some time ago asked
to be transferred back to Ogden.
Mr. Burton found the affairs of the
concern in excellent shape. Dur
ing Mr. Corlew's regime the busi
ness has grown amazingly and
been extended to all parts of the
country adjacent to Montpelier,
and the many friends of the retir
ing manager sincerely regret his
departure, though wishing him
well' in his old home in Ogden.
Mr. Kessler is a most pleasant
gentleman and brings to the busi
ness years of knowledge acquired
in similar pursuits at other places.
Under his supervision the large
interests of the C. I. Co., in this
section will not Buffer. Mr. Kess
ler's family are now in California,
but later he intends bringing them
to Montpelier. The Examiner
bids them thrice welcome, and also
wishes for Mr. Corlew all that a
generous world may credit to his
lot. Ezra DufiSn will remain with
the new manager.
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Awarded
Highest Honors—World's Fair,
DR
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JL CREAM _L
BAKING
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MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure'Grape Cream
Gobi Ammonia, Alum or
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of Tartar Powder. Free
qlterant
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In
Igislature. ]
In the senate house bill No. 4
amending the law in respect I
homesteads, was passed. It ad<
section 3060 to title VII, chapter
as follows:
"The word homestead as used in
this title includes the following!
The dwelling house in which
claimant resides, and the land
on. ■
which the same is situated and
located as in this title provided;
also the proceedings thereof in the
event of a voluntarily sale, and *
also the insurance thereon, if any,
in the event of a loss."
At the opening of the senate ses
sion Rich introduced bill No. 87,
"To define the crime of adultery;
to provide for the prosecution and
punishment of same."
On the fee bill Bassett made a
motion to reconsider section 2 far
the purpose of changing the mile
age of sheriff's when travel is by
rail, to 10 cents.
This was the only amendment
made in the bill. The motion to
reconsider carried and the mileage
was fixed at 10 cents.
Then the bill was recommended
for passage without an amend
ment.
The report of the committee of
whole was adopted by the fol
ing vote:
lyes—Ballantine ( Blaine,} Bal
le: tine (Ada,) Bassett, Cougha
no ir, DaviB [ Boise,] Davis [Onei
da,] Keller, Nelson, Pierce, Rich,
Jtees, Turner [Idaho.] Total 12.
Nays—Barnum, Bennett, Don
nelly, Harris, Turner [Bingham,]
Urdohl, Young. Total 7.
The senate then went into
mittee of the whole again,
stitute senate
huldinKjQEBH
court
the county
On motion of Rich an amenr
ment was adopted making tho
concurrence of the commissioners
necessary in changing the place of
holding court. Ahother
adopted prohibiting a change to
any place less than 15 miles from
the connty seat. As amended the
bill was recommend
The report
the district couiRH
by the following vR
Ayes—Ballantine
Bennett, Bassett,
Harris, Nelson, Pierce, Ricnl
Turner of Idaho, Urdohl, Y
Total 12.
'^ e
com—
n up.
was
for passage.
it
on
ipted
Nays—Ballentine of Ada, Bar
num, Coryell, Davis of Boise,
Davis of Oneida, Donnelly. Keller,
Turner of Bingham. Total 8.
The vote on adoption of the bill
respecting transportation of priso *
ners was 15 to 5, Davis of Boise,
Donnelly, Turner of Bingham,
Urdohl and Young, voting
n
nay.
Thursday marked the limit set
by the concurrent resolution passed
by both houses, after which
bills can be introduced rave by a
two-thirds vote of th«Th,ranch of
the legislature in which the ?
desired to b6 introduced.
no
So far there have been 222 bill»
introduced in the house, of which
the populists have fathered 90. the
silver republicans 62, democrat»
48, republicans 3 and 19 by the
various committees.
Representative Elder holds the '*
plum for having introduced the
most bills, he being credited with tt
19. Those having introduced
10 are:
over
Waters 13, Keat, Perkins,
Randolph and Workman 11 each
and Morgan 10.
The following have introduced
none so far this session:
Hadley, Holt, McMurrin, Orr and
Alford. t " v i. •'* ' a t
Brown,
A system of street fighting^*«
needed very badly in our town but
the delights of smoking a first
class -cigar such as you, get- as
Hoover's
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