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BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1893.
NO. 34
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
U T. MORGAN.
r. 007 .IKK
7 OZIER J MORGAN,
attorneys at law,
lackfoot Idaho.
aiaclioe In all Cuuru Bpactal attention
ft Vi.* tu land Hualneu.
THOB r TERRKI.L
. EDEN
&DRN & TERRELL,
ttorneya At Law.
'QCATELLO, IDAHO.
Sic* u, >U SUM and l - oiled Bum Orarta.
mm «s DETIJI C*
m. n. BE.nL.KL,
Ab SURGEON AND ACCOUCHEUR.
Itswart & Dietrich,
TORNEYS AT LAW.
plaokfoolf Idaho.
M la all tb. (Yum. and t'nltnj But«*
Land oners
isiuaded lu witb l*ruut|>iu*.. alfbt or
Inidrarr East af t- P. Depot.
»at rear of '•Pioneer Drugstore."
Idaho.
•kfooi .
A. DOIDGIA M D
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
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ANBWBIIBD DAV AN» MIO HT
CTHY' \ SI'KA'I \LTY'.
OFFICE AT FERMISM 0RU6 STORE.
-CKFOOT, • • IDAHO.
8. C. WINTERS,
TTORNEY AT LAW,
BLACKFOOT, IDAHO.
NoUrr Public in the office.
[ E. P. BL16KENSDEFFER
Ittohnky at. B aw.!
;
■ POCATELLO, IDAHO
I '01 Prscttoe la sU the Couru at the Buts.
i
itTAirr 8«moBoN ü. P. Railwav.
'
J H BEAN,
!
POCATKLLO, IDAHO.
«VTspbtr communication prompti)
R W PARIS.
*. TCSIt,
TUSH & FAf^IS.
EI6INEERS AND SURVEYORS,
bann funilihnl un all kind« of work
Ilitch Work a Specialty.
IPS. Plat«. I rai-itiE». Blue I'rinla. Rie R*«
. cuo-d <m «hon notice
»«VICE— Sil« » aahinat,« Arenae.
ODEN,
UTAH.
t
I
J. E. SMITH,
t.torneu at L«a w
IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO.
wso»« m ,hr nuts and 0. B. Couru
•iwtl»i, Jr, C. W. Lyman, 6.Y. VYillice
C. BUNTING 4 C0„
ANKERS,
Blackfoot, Idaho.,
INUGT GENERA'. OAYKIHj BUSINESS.
ONE Y TO LOAN
On Approved Security.
ONLY ™ LOAN
*>s IisproviHl I/mda In lilshn.
Apply pcrxmaliy or write to
UHDSf*Y A CO.,
I* Falls,
Idaho.
BEANE & KUNKKL Agttst Blackfoot
Y«r Sain.Eighty Acres Patented Land
•ttb tins Water Right*.
^Ootiaty Road Four Milo« trofft
Blaokfuc*. a Rink Hahoiik.
PUCE, 2700 on EASY TERMS
Apply to
LIMPS A Y * OOHVMfT
V Kitnkai.
HlaakCoat Afftwki
Readable Items.
In Indiana and Illinois the cold has
Is-en iuteiiM», from 20 to 30 Mow
zero.
Pocatello has a skating rink aud
the young folks are happy.
Senator Goo. R. Rogers «reut
to Boise Thursday afternoon.
Judge Realty will open his first
term of United States court at Black
foot, 1st of May.
over
McTueker will supply the asytnm
with beef and mntton for the neat
sis months.
The hoard of county commissioners
will hold an adjourned session in the
month or Murvh.
Sheriff Woodiu and Deputy Winn
are ••on the By." The rush of busiuesa
keeps them going.
Lille Boise advices lead us to be
; lieve that county division bills
! dead matter os the record*,
j • D,. Ul miss the 0<*pel services neat
Tuesday evening The ladies have 1
are
an .
j
Tub News is indebted to some kind :
friend st Boise for the state t reuaun-i '»
cBtra good programme.
report.
Bradsueet reports 36.000,000 bushel-.
of wheal in storage iu excess of the
I
amount ol last year.
Weiser, Washington county, is squat- ;
ly iu the lace for the agricultural col- :
Ti iii ir it I ,
The Idaho Falls Agricultural bill
, , ... !
will not tie railed up in the legit ature
, ,.
for ctm-idi-ntUon until UtofK-bruury
* !
lege.
Ne* Perces county waut* the Suie
• c * ,0 °l and Owyhee county
Hit* uf Mim«.
Tbc board of commissioners fixed
the price of keeping prisoners in Jail
at 75 cents each per day.
j
Tim Dickens club is making grand
preparations for the masquerade ball
27th lust.
Kx president Hays' funeral will !
bike place to-day from bis Fremont, j
» lliio home Mr. Cleveland will attend,
Ikt A. II. Lyons, former pastor.
will preach at the Baptist church,
JSumlay evening at 7:3U o'clock.
California 'eglstnture elected White.
Democrat, to the United States senate.
Hurra for the state of goldeu sands
A bill providing for a soldiers' home
in Idaho passed the bouae V\ tallies
day with hut one dissenting vote.
The railroad company is afu r the
coal thieves along its lines with an
earnestness that means to break them
up.
Judge Rumple Orr has recovered
sufficiently to leave his nann ami at
lend to law Inisilies* at the court
house.
The reports that Superintendent
Bancroft of the Moiiiiluiu Division of
the U P. MVHtcin in going on the Iron
Mouiituiu road ia |ioailively denied.
Hopkins Lumlier an I Milling Co.
whs awarded the contract fur supply
ing the u«)luin with flour for the next
nix month«.
Tiik News ha* added n number of
new subscriber* to its list aiuce New
Year on it* proposition to advertise
Bluckfool und Mirrounding country.
MuhtlcLiro, u Kentucky town re
potted 23 degrees lielow xein Monday.
Five lower loan ever reported uny
where iu ibe state la-fore.
Idaho has lieen blessed with uu
elegant, yea « royal wiuler. But along
Ui« Atlantic it has been loo cold to
whistle.
City Marshal W. 8. Hopson, of Po
catello, hua gone to Portland, Oregon,
with a requisition for u cerium party,
forger, wauled iu hi» town.
Tuera will be a im-eliug of the
West skia W. C. T. U. On Monday,
January 2$d, at three o'clock P. M.,
ill the Part ou«' school house by re
quest of the blub- Orgauiacr.
LouisvIUty Keutucky, is U> build a
whisky tlM»tillu j wf.fiUO Imrrci capaci
ty per «lay. Ken'.uuky Democrats may
go backward», but Kentucky distillers
uevur Icmm-d the quantity of whisky.
a
j Judge
term of
•S ock -Juger is bolding
court at Albion, Canton
i C ,uut J' -
Only thirty-one days to the time
wbeu .Mr. Cleveland will place his
beaver bat on the rack in the White
House.
Montana legislature is tied up
the senatorial question. Sanders leads
the Republicans and Clark the Demo
crats.
Mrs. Ada Memtf, editress of the
8almoo City Recorder, has been elect
ed vice president of the stale press
association. This is an honor meri
toriously won.
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. most
keep an eve open to tree planting
and beautifying the park grounds
when winter is over. Plan now and
plant then
President Harrison has nominated
Miss Emma Stevens to tie Postmis
tress at Blackfoot. That will he about
on
U,M * * ,MK * "* iD K will do for
1
.
j Our old Virginia liome
: au r, ' ur >' 10 degree* below xe-ti Mon
| n ,,r *'ing Those of revolutionary
memoi ies never saw timt lief«, re. We
saw the
" Ml w "* ,fr " ridlî th,t ^»"*<«ren
001 * llwWod oul of '*'* in ,wo
days.
*'*,""^.1"" ' <,0<,,n ' t
Tb p «•>•» »b > ulk« ihr lutni doesn't alwars
tbiuk the must;
Ti»- oit that kick« the highest doesn't pa««
Ike « tuning puai
And you may mark it down
Stephen O'Donnell, «mW., »illy
" , " 1 w -J- May are in the county Jail
„ . , .. . , ...
uuder charge of having burglarised a
, , « .. ». ,
store at Rexhurg and the Z C. M. I.
,, ..
at Idaho Falls, bile, iff Woodiu and
Deputy Winn are in pursuit of others
same gang and when they re
turn full particulars of the burglaries
will lie giten.
On Tuesday the W. C. T. P. will
h< Id their monthly gospel service in
the Baptist ebureh at 7:30.
A pro
gram of songs, recitations, readings
and short addresses has been prepared.
An evening full of interest and profit
I« ex|tccted from the ladies who have
never failed to instruct and delight
their auditors An invitation is given
to even one to attend.
Major and Mrs. W. H. Panilron
have liecn advanced to the class of
beloved grand parents. Their son
Willie is the happy father of a girl
lathy Isirn at his Houiiogton, Oregon,
home, Sunday, January 15th.
Ti« a »iniriilar fact in this busy world,
ThM J.IJ- onim-s with s little wirl.
Anil nuthltur add« to «rand parent« Joy
Like tliv Br»l little »lrl or Ihr ffr»t lit tie boy
We congratulate the Major aud
Mrs. D.tnilson on their promotion.
A prominent Republican of the
southern part of the county, in a
busiuesa letter a few days ago, closed
by saying: -Tub News ia the liest
managed paper in the county." We
appreciate the compliment because it
comes to us from » gentleman of ex
cellent judgin- .it, ,-s well as an old
newspaper man.
Boise City may build new hotels,
iiatatoriums ami lion-con Lauding
bouses hut the historic old Overland
will overshadow them all. It is with
in her (sirUils that United States sena
tors are named, governors are nomi
nated, legislative Vottis are traded and
|Bil|iicians rub their itching heads to
gether. Were its walls a phonograph,
what tales of scheming and punning
it would tell. One can travel from
Bar Harlsir in Maine to the diamond
li.-lds ill Owyhee and find thousands
of hotels with far leaa fame and hia
lorio associations than the Overland.
MARTHA WA8IIINUT0N PARTY.
COMMITTKKS:
Arrntigenieiits-Dodgc. Porter, Fisn
er, Danilson. Unies
Invitation —Hopkins, Matthews,
Fisher, Mrs. Matthews, Mrs. Fisher
and Mrs. Porter.
Comroltteu for Pocatello— W. H.
Bouli, H. L. Becraft and Alex. Worn
er.-dy, Mrs. Bouli, Mrs. Becraft and
Mrs. Womeraiy.
For Idaho Fall.—P. F. Chamber
lain, Tbot>. Ingcrsoll and W. fi. Whee
ler, Mr». Ctutnberlain, Mrs. Ingersoll
an<l Mrs. Wheeler.
F ir Soda Springs—0. VV. Gorton
and .Mrs. Q. W. Gorton.
Reception—C. P. Pierce, Mrs. W.
H. Danilson.
For Pocatello—E. 8. Whittier, Mrs.
Goodrich.
Por Idaho Palls—Chsper Sauers,
Mrs. C. Sauers.
For Ross Fork—8. G. Fisher.
Floor Managers—Dodge and Whit.
tier.
An KxceUent Showing.
The board of directors of the iussne
asylum closed its lsbois for its two
years' term Monday, and the members
returned to tbeir respective homes.
That the hoard has done well for the
institution and for the state will not
be denied by anyone. We believe the
members feel a consciousness of bav
ing discharged tbeir duties faithfully
and honestlv, and those who are famil
iar with what they have done will say
they have done well.
Of the appropriation made by the
legislature of 1890 and '91 for current
excuses, they will return into the
state
treasury, unexpended,
$4,500 of it, or about 8 per cent of
the whole amount appropriated. This
is an excellent »'towing. The cilixens
over
of Blackfoot feel an honest pride in
the successful management of this
... .. ..
"> 8lllutlon . " n ' l J'»'" "lost heartily
*" commending the board for its good
work
Tub News would be glad to have
a select committee of the legislature,
one made up of its best men, visit the
institution and make a report of its
findings, not only for the two
branches of the legislature, but for
the information of all the citizens of
the state. Let the committee come,
inspect the patients, books, buildings
nnd farm, and returning give an hon
est report of its findings, and Justice
wiil be doue the management aud the
people will be satisfied.
T ADIES can e»rn 110 a week writlny at
Aiuuit* fck uii »utiupc^l envelope for partie
uUr» tu MUs Hahkikt Hummku Utno City. O.
Three pounds dried grapes for 25
cent» at Bunting's.
A new line of keg syrups at re
duced prices just received by 0. Buu
tiog & Co.
TTTANTED— Agents to «cil our choice sud
"* ImM) Nursery Stock We hsve insny
special varli-Ues both in Fruit« and Orua
uculais to offer, which arc controlled only by
US. W e pay oommiasion or salary Write u«
at once tor term*, ami secure choice ol terri
tory.
Rochester. N. Y.
Fine No. 1 raisins only 12£ cents
mince meat former price $1.00 now
only 75 cents. 4 lbs. rolled oats only
25 cents, 5 !hs. hominy only 25 cents.
A full and complete line of first class
groceries of all kinds. Close special
prices for cash. C. Bunting fit Co.
MAY BROTH KBS.
Nurserymen.
EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS.
The quarterly examination of
teachers will be bold on Wednesday,
February 1st, 1893, as follows:
District No. 1, at Kaiuluck, Idaho.
District No. 3. at Pocatello.
Fred 8. Steve»»,
County Supt. School».
Jan. 19 , 93 .
Tea, tea. tea The celebrated Rose
of Japan, only 30c. per lb. at Bunting's
Children's mis!! over shoes, sixes
8 to 10 now going for only 25 cects.
C. Bunting & Co.
Mr. Blaine's condition ba» under,
gone no apparent change in the past
24 bouts.
Ben Butler's brain was four ounces
heavier than Daniel Webster's, the
previously largest on record. Ben
was accustomed to say he was called
all manner of hurd names, but no one
ever called him a fool.
But for legislative work to hold
the altentiou of politicians at home,
Mr. Cleveland might be buried under
au avalanche of office-seekers. The
legislatures are the magnets that will
draw them this mouth end the next.
G. Bunting & Go.
Boots and Shoes for Ladies.
Gents and Children at your
own Price.
BT
READ THIS
ssr
tar
Oar Large Line of Ladies and
Children's Underwear mast be
closed oat
20 per cent.
AND THIS
Pnces reduced
En
G. Bunting & Go.
Pioneer and City Drug Stores,
(CONSOLIDATED)
Place of Business, Pioneer Drug Store Building.
W. M. PE>4L.E A SON, PROPRIETORS.
-WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS IN
Fresh Drugs and Patent Medicines
Berufne. Turpentine. Palnu. Olts. Putty, Varoi.be«. Glu«. Paint Bruchs«,
Toilet Article«, Sutionery. Patent Medicine«, Candy. Tobacco s Diese«.
Prescriptions A Specialty.
" :
Beat Alcohol. Wine and LMuor* for Medical Pnrpoaea. Fancy Good«. Perfusas Colon«. ,
Writing Inks. Physician« Pre-cription« and Family Becipee carefully compounded at
all hour*, day or nfcrbt. Spectacles a specialty.
wall paper
OT Dr. Behle « Office U st the Pioneer Drug Store.
OPPOSITE DEPOT
BLACKFOOT IDAHO
CLOTHING ! CLOTHING !
I have a Ml line of Men and
Boys' Clothing. I mean what I say
when I say I will give you
Money Now
Than any one in Bingham county.
You will flud the same true about
^ 5 5 i i
Boots,
Shoes,
Underwear,
Rubber
Goods,
Ties,
I Shirts,
Socks,
Blankets,
Guilts.
CREAT BARCAINS IN UNDERWEAR.
My Children's Clothing Are Immense.
Come Boon and get just what yon want
3D. H. BIBTHAN,
BLACKFOOT,
IDAHO.
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