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Th« Blackfoot Newa.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
NOKMaN JONES, PCBLISHKB.
TERMS Of SUBSCRIPTION :
One Yenr....
Six Months..
Three Months
*3.00
1.75
1.00
Advertising rate* furnished on application.
Entered at the postofflee at Blackfoot, Idaho,
for transmission as second class mail matter
BLACKFOOT. IDAHO. NOVEMBER 7, Ml
Ol'R CHANGE IN NAME.
The News makes the change to-day
from The Idaho News to The Black
toot News. We do this in honor of
our town and her nobie people. The
Idaho News from its vert - first issue
met with favor, encouragement and
patrouage beyond tbe most sanguine
expectations ,pf its editor and propri
etor. It bas been steadily growing
from that issue to the present, and to
day it has a good circulation in every
county in the State as well as in many
of the older states.
We take its
growth and its endorsements as the
highest marks of appreciation from its
friends and the public. We shall la
ior to maintain that steady growth
for The News and to hold the confi
dence and respect of the reading pub
lic. Our aim shall still be our Coun
try's, our God's and Truth's.
During
the present campaign year which has
just begun we expect to make many
improvements. We want to give our
party an organ worthy of the great
principles and policies we advocate
and at the same time hold the respect
of our political opponents for the
fairness and justice with which we
shall treat them.
As in the days
past so in the future we shall keep
.our pen clean from personalities,
blackguardism and the slime a slu-h
of abusive epithets. Blackfoot deservi s
the honor we pay her in this change
pf name; her people, one aud all, mer
it all that a good newspaper can say
and do for them, and we start out to
day with a full assurance that they
will appreciate our efforts and will
give us all the support our efforts de
serve.
President Harrison no doubt is
mad enough over Tuerd iy's election
to go down and lick Chili,
win a victory there.
Hä might
The Election of McKinley in Ohio
commits the republican party to
M Kinleyism in the Presidential
Campaign of 1892.
McKinley was the Biucherand the
night who came to the republicans at.
Tuesday's elections and saved them
from a Napoleon's Waterloo.
The Democratic victories in New
York and Massachusetts assure the
same style of a national ticket as iu
1884 and 1888. Namely: The first
man on the ticket from the east and
the second from the west.
New York aud Indiana over again.
A sort of
^tjE Greatest Streak of bad luck
to the democrats Tuesday was that
they could not ring in an election in
Idaho.
Gewhilikins! wouldn't
have snowed the Roberts-Willey ad
ministration under glaciers,avalanches
»n<j snow drifts miles deep?
we
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tonrey General is writing an opinion
&r report rather on penitentiary mat
»IW- ' )w.
Whenever you feel inclined
talk about doing the good thing, you
ean just say:
tires. Rave you heard Abat she did
Tuesday? Well, Maboneism is buried
80 deep down in the pit of despair
that icebergs will melt before reach
ing it.
to
Old Fiigiimv never
Pown IN old Tennesee they lease
convict« to work coal mine». The
other day a lot of miners captured
two convict camps, turned the
victa loose end burned the stockades.
Now the woods are full of
•»caping to tbe mountains of East
Tenoesee and e is tern Kentucky.
Idaho how it it? But hush, the At
con
convicts
Tn
ATTENTION!!
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On Saturday, October 10th, We will place on sale
100 Pairs Ladies Glove Grain Shoes at $1.50 per pair
50 " Misses " " " " 1.50 " "
Children's
These are all new, standard shoes, jus t received in stock.
See our great Bargains in Ladies Children's Hose!
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This is the cock that
crowed this morn
And waked the Repubs
all shaven and shorn,
Of their glorious No
vember victories.
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Let Us Take Courage.
1'he democrats of Idaho have much
to encouratre them from tbe results of
Tuesday s e'ection. The older men.
sturdy, conservative and fixed in mind
and purpose can look to tbe achieve
is
ments of that safe and conservative
old leader. Roswell P. Flowers, and
note the column 46,000 deep with
which he crossed the breast-works of
tbe enemy.
The \ounger men can
look to the chivalrous and aggressive
Boies of Iowa, who led his party to
victory by bis dash and boldness in
selecting his fields of battle and fight
ing from the fields selected. The en
emy knew at all times where to find
him and when found they knew he
was full of fight,
can look to the dashing young Rus
sell, the leader of the young democ
racy in th ; 0! I B ly State an I take
courage because the way is open to
the young democracy of Idaho,
us ail catch inspiration from this
week's good work and keep it alive
and fresh until we do the same kind
of work next November in Idaho.
The young men
Let
wake in the i
tït. . ' Yt " W elle 1 w
M hite House SOflje
early mom !
And say: Good mom-; It
mg papa president, i
;the
present
.officials to get thetr party endorse-1
ment for re-nomina, ion than it will be
)w. lind a word to rhyme with.elephant. "A
This is the cock that
crowed this morn
And said the hopes of
Repubs are gone
And that Ruthy Cleve
land as sure as you're
born
Would
Pr Will he harder for thr
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1TIREE OF A KIND
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Yea, the Fourth One is
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Sh\) Ï0RK, MASSACHUSETTS AND
IOWA ELECT DEMOCRATIC
G0> LKNORS
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Ami Little Maryland dnes'm up Brown,
The Democrats elect Four out of
Five Governors. The Ell ramity iu
The news goad
enough Torai. Off Year. Let us rest.
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The news dashed over the great
battle fields of Tuesday brought all
j the comfort the democrats could look !
for from battles of such momentous
■ V M, ...I ,e p,„ ,b.
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! victory down tbe lines. New York,
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Massruhusetts. Iowa and Murvlund
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bave held the advanced positions ,
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ago aud their
Added.
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It at the Feast.
: captured two years
Hags of victory still float from the
outer walls.
The enemy massed his
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forces and guns iu front of the gall mt
p„ m , i .. , n . . . , °
Campbell ot Ohio and by mere weight ,
of heavy battalions and heavy ord
nance from protected arsenals drove
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The res, U " i"' 7 , l "°
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work show a substantial victory for
him back and eaptuicd his position
He retired bravely disputing every
inch of ground,
defeat.
the democrats.
They hold the key
to the situation for 1892. The New I
York troops now count themselves
invincible in the position they bold ;
the enemy cannot move them from it.
The Iowa boys flushed with three
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capture. The Massachusetts gnard*.
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the young democracy, under the dar
I- o „ I .. • j
ling Russell, by their spirit ar.d dash
have struck a death blow to tariff in i
.successive victories stand no longer
on ( |i sp „ te(1 gr()UD( , 8 bll , Lo|(| a j.
ti „ n remove( , fr< , ni a|1 fe[irs of |<|M
or
the old Bay State, the home of the
protected manufacturer, and placed
the State in the democratic ranks for
1892.
The Old Guards of Maryland
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may die but never surrender and that
t,
State stands as firm as the rooks of [\'.
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Gibraltar for democracy io 1892.
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rile only redoubt captured and
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only breach m ale m the lines by the I c
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enemy was in Ohio. From this one i
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point gamed all their maneuvering, j
and movements must be made for the ! ,d
next campaign. McKinley ism must
lie the bai tie cry. Tariff must be tbe
issue. The democrats will be ready
and their powder will be dry.
Washington, D. C., November 1. ! în^
—There are ail of the indications
fo. a dull winter socially in Washing- 1
ton. By reason of the recent death ;
of Mr». Morton's brother the VIpw I ,
4ir». Norton » rirouur, the V lee j
President s mansion, the scene of the
most generous hospitality in Wash- ;
uigto". will be closed to the public. I
The rumor that Secretary Blaine will j
Skelid the coming winter in Bermuda, I
to try the benefits of a warmer di- .
mate, daily gains ground among offi-1
assertion j
prove true, and the chief of the Cabi- j
juet leave Washington win, hi* wife
i * t,,e next fww ' lleir i
1 w ,n a V( ,j,] j n j.,] circle* I
'but will make itself felt to the furl h- ™a|
^ «Me »t tbe circle. Then there j
It 9lu notl)(! wlmt u
several seasons The time was when | ß
;the caller, fn H uiring at the Fuller
mansion, "if the young ladies were 8l *'
home,'* could alway. rSy on the store
otyped reply of the sable footman, '
"A few of them, sat." But that time
cial circies. Bhould the
ba8gone -
Chief Justice Fuller re
j turned to the city last week from the
} bedside of bis sick daughter, Mrs. Ar
chiliald Brown, the erisis of whose fe
with her daughter, Mrs. Wallace a*
Tacoma Wash but esuecU to U» i.
t.iANMiia, uui ispuib io in» h
Chicago earl v in the present week
.||| t l will i,i*(|l|,|l,li- return In tltiw ..St.
auu win pnmaoiy return to this cit>
J by the l»lb in>t. The family ot
the Chief Justice will thi
winter tie widely scattered—I he thr.
oldest still unmarried, Misses Maud.
Mary and Uaasie, having sailed for j
Germany on Monday last, with the in i
tention of remaining for a year'r j
study of music and art. Mrs. Auhrt
iU,d Mn - Br " wn **>1 continue to re- j
! ,We in Chicago, and Mrs. Wallace I
tüe of Lei handsome new !
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rilere Will, therefore. Ire but tbe two '<
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younger girls and a little son, a haml
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some, curly headed boy of 9 years, to
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I.I cheerfulness to trie home
vet has now passed and she daily
continues to improve. Mr*. Fuller i
IS 1 * 11 "" 1 " *.'
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Gur correspondent fun-casts ihn
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dullness on the administration side •>(
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Society Hall. Iiul the wives and tlaugh
ters of our democratic
congre»?»un* n !
"ill make the old Colonial city um gay
and bright a* gay and bright can U\
There will be nothing dull and dead
U;DOn * ,lem<xraU at Gle National
Capitol this season; nothing,
The celebrated -Boss of the Road"
I riveted Overalls, only 75 cents a pair
at
Application to Cut Timber from Public
Domain.
V-imi-KtSHERKHV (iIVKV th.l thr un
7.N.',T r ' vr 'V "PP 1 / the Honorable
Secretary ,,f the Interior for the
prH llejte of cuttinir lumber loir, from lamia In
Itfriitham county, nalii In nil*. N inruleil fob ;
hrwai co nmcnoinjrat the northeut corner of j
"te I"- Tp II. Ranae 41 ea«t II M thence
Tè'n n n, îi, m ' rt ' *henc« cast four
"'»'*• then south flve miles then west four
>,'.'i a .T. , 'i f £,' r, ? nl " lf Th - lurohor t, he cut
j from the lain!* for ore or settler» In *lc nlty.
La*o, Irtaho, J Nov. «tb""îi'| ü "" ,1
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Bcscrt Lands....Notice of Intention to
Make Proof,
I'mitkd Btatrm Liwd Omen. >
, ", 7 cT' S " VK "" KH 4 l "« 1 <
, I* Annin B Kicney, or Salt Lake Ciijr. Suit
RVLi !!?« v ', , iî8 h - "t" l"?' 1 " '**«"* hind
plication Nu I.to on the 7th ihiy of May lutii
[\'. r „"C 1 * "*"* "•"» '»i» ». 4. s. «.<•'. i
I fh-n#. townuhlp :i iH.uth, raiiae «I east H M
»dyç "<-««• or my intention to make
nnal prrmf trilentahlNh mjr cIhIiii to tho him!
thei!?^oTi!,'TS r l b SÈ c î ,>r,, , Hp ) f i«|*'-« n *i Kcceivor
'Ht Blackfoot. on Saturday-the I2rh day of lx
I c p['jhe r - tj»). »nd that t expect to prora that
-Hid land has been properly Irrigated and re. i
i i'i" 1 "",''!,!' 1 l h ,'; "•■nner r.*,,i,in d by i.». i,y ,
: two of th» 1 following wltri»*)»!»»'« ; \
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Insolvency Notice.
In the District Coui-t of the Firth Judicial i
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BINGHAM It)I Nl'V INSTlI'll...
rhe Annual Teacher* institute for the ye*
UW. will twhcldui Illack reut, bcglnulii« V
v.-mber :Santl cunllmilnv In iu shIoii Ilv< cut
VJuart»-»ly «'«mu! tuition will be In Id at It.
'aine plait- NVvimiiIm r^ih
The fi-lluw lug HI rwmr«iii»*ntM haw U «mi nun
«»r nnluntl rate© ou th«* rullrotui ;
ntti'fidiuK the nut ting mud uo
lull far»* to lilac k root aud take the ago ut» r*
AV« t« nur?!** mum trip win t** tu.iu tt i
»w Wth of th.-nguiar fan* . .. or»-,. ...nti..
>f tbl* r*'W*pt to the ig* nt at Hltukr<>..r. it
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A FIRST CLASS HOUSE IN EVERY RESPECT,
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Meals Served At All Hours.
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Centrally Located
Share of the Public Patronage Solicited.
Pow^lnn *£ Simmon» Proprietors.
Charges Moderate
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»'vs, Harvester« and
CULTIVATORS.
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Get our Prices bi'forc
Gilpin and Cassad Sulky Plows.
Full line of
LED PLOWS
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purchasing* elsewhere.
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Single Top Buggies Wide Trat k 1 1 a y-l «1GÔ
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bartS, from 2O.0ü ()non !î/»*wl U'ury-nn -TO 0 i
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I< îimi, Freight, «prill." R (1 O - ■ . »!,. ,,
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SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Wagons, Buggies, Buckboards and Carts.
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Noth'© to Taxpayer».
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NTOM* E IS HKttEHY GIVEN THAT STATE
and i ..mil} fa« a I mcutic tielmuu"nt un
uir M nHia M >iki«y fn l>-v »iiU r •*«•.% i. if not
j "•»»*» t t«w|o, t»*»» t » r n nt and t - >*(•
| '"'»M» t»»« mw Thf-n,|*i I# given
V with Aril k» t li rimptor 7 of
tm^ tu vtinii Hiatuu* of Maho
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lHaekfuot. Idaho. t>t?i*"r£**! *Vü| ,U 1 u,r
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The nest Salve in the world for
(•„,*. H rui M-r, S.,res. Ulcers, Salt
Rheum. Fever -S««rc«. Teller. C'lmpia-d
t'hlH'laiii.'- Corns, ami all Skin
i K r "l*" ns, ami |se.itivvlv cure* piles.
! «» give^r^'^li.raethmf.TmlmTy
.vf.in.i.sl, Price 25 cents per | H , X
For side by Bd.le * Son.
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If you are in need of any millinery
'h- latest deigns mill at Mrs.
»«ri.h.irt -us -he deals ..nlv in first
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Utu kltn m .irnirn .Viler.

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