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, aHE l) EVERY SATURDAY
Lias j<u* ek »
LI for Job Work of any kiud
LprMBptl.V attended to.
. IMaoWegt, I da bo'
8 *j «I MiMind otaMauUt matter
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lisnt aocan amaira.
ute a. m. t Krülljll. •,
L; ' ui I Freiste...
ajt'TH aot'trn A am 11
_ m. I Frets*!. 12-» »m
P -rSS. 5 Freiste . n»rm.
i (i. K. t .iitau, A|>ul
S.*> p.m.
12:11) a.m.
w iM aadt'lMlaf *f Malls.
da,Vorth clo*e* »*•
rhràoolb dos®» Sl
pluses st. 1 *• ».
>"£, ,u,j ttptftsirr business (row»
[sTtolo' 1 *** P"
J^suwisr» »uw» »a.®. w*a- ».
...Sp. m
• in.
tpostoflkt hoar* at Pocatello
jrtfu-r be » s follow»:
«Uy» from 8 a. m. to 8p.m
SUNDAYS.
t loi» a m. * 6. pro to 7 pro
Ja*. Campbel, P. ft.
tM having lots in the new eem- j
, AouW buy their monuments,
nr. »I Brown * Marble Works.:
i£ au h «U. cUu. u.,1 ■
tlasdovn. i
m Rrailv l>re** Stays. No lady
a »ip's dnn* without having
,« Brady Pre*» Stay in it Call
KtUirtn and he convinced
Will Danilson
« twsired at Mrs Holbrook a j
gin for ladies and misse*, also
lifctoas and Fancy Feathers
[m sunt a working coat A vest
|itt go to Ihwilnon'a.
Hat Uae of Black and Cotaml
mjait arrived at Mrs Holbrooks
3 Dam 1*xi has received bis
*,tk ot Shoe«, be has the beat
no «èoo! »hoe in town.
■J »pnng und *uturner Boys
% sl oust for the next three
Mi*. Holbrook.
!
oller» bargain» in stock •
Nothing like them in all Blac k ;
fer for vouraeivea.
... „ .. .
«Retired at Mm. Holbrook • » !
hrol Ladies White L'oderwear
kit abo revived my Fall and
»Sock of l*<lie*. Children *
*«* KubUergooda \V || Dan *
j
Wilder Vinegar at Dauilaoo a
eteols gallon.
»tat Quilt* and Blankets for
hat «Ott? at Biel ban a
hnltaa" Flakca. something n«w I
IwAis one minute, and can lie;
J® *° «»diesa variety <>f
't Ut a at Hanilaon a.
krtjnrtreceived a new lot of I
Wa* Shoes and 1 will *<d 1 them ..
k»p»» «ndliodv In town ,Sl
Maa v R ii.ft llwn ,
?ÏÂ fcfWOki
**■ van obtain the same at ,
!
,
*•* • 1'aMhrala itaar.
*ly can catch a cold thia kind
T),„ . iii.i, I
n *i" nMI i
''' r*" 8 ' u>8 ,c * f ,
wr readers to pu it tin*« of
s bottle of gssu Abie.
Woniw King of consumption. In
*• 'TOteliiti» and cough cure*.
'•"Pit handy. Tl* pleasing to
'***» «Kl death to the nlmve con
***• •' < oli| at II 00 a Itottle or 3
^(»lifoniia Cat-R .'„re give. !
The catarrhal virus
Uplnml by iu healing and i j n
JK nature. Give it a trial s
I***« Ovatment $1.00, sent by
" 10
the
■ ...
*DUïED or ntolem.
r** c *i'Biackfoot about 4th of
hdSi tl*° milr,! *' wnu «»J 4
branded with a chair on
K'*» 1 weigh about 1100
L"r*" uc with white legs. 7
r!* 1 branded wit)* 7L on right
«»»one b«y w ,u 2 year« old
|2 branded with a chair on
wder and n sucking colt with
nu A «fwanl will lie
IbSy lnf,,rn,n,tt *'
the
the
that will
on
recovery.
Henrv Dipi'le.
are
now
to
day,
will
taken up.
I'orse, will weigh
J Pounds; branded IH on the
^«Ider; hli n( | in Imtli eyes, but
•«onebilnd. The owner will
«Whim™, 0 " lT PP» Biackfoot
an, i P«y expenses.
Janes Briley.
one
Furniture
For Silo.
Household Furnitur«
1 mr R«ln. For particulars
kW v T,,e n * w " Office.
IOO, < November 14 .
tho
Tit
til
The Idaho News
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BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1888,
NO. 26
j
A WEEK'S ROUNDUP
of
Another change is soon to be made
in the U. A N. time table.
Eagle Rock is still shipping grain
and potato««. 6 b
The prohibition vote at the Novem
ber election waa about 255,000.
The Colon Pacific has let a contract
for the building of 2,500 freight ears.
Cassia county is taking the lead in
marriages this season.
Hailey public school» have
tendance of 252 pupils.
Tbe News baa received
an at
. , , — a good list
of new subscribers since its last issue.
Montpelier, Bear Lake county, has
quite a building boom in progrès*.
j Bear Lake county will ship 24 000
pounds of cheese thia season '
T . . ■ . .
■ „J l l "Ä' u,re ""■* " <*r
i
Bradstrect'» man, did
B'nguaw county this week.
Commissioner-elect King
from Chesterfield Thursday.
... ... . .
" "> Mester and wife have »seen vis
j itiug Halt Lake this week,
wa* over
t Bunting Jr. made a business
trip to Salt Lake City this week.
Tbe taxable property of Alturas
county is valued at $3,842,728.
K R. Hawley is advertising for 40
head of horses stolen from the Lost
River country.
Hon D. L. Badly, of Ada county,
is a prominent candidate for Speaker
,,f t } i( , assembly.
Hon. James II. Hawley has been
! in town all the week attending to
• biwineaa
; "
If an unmarried lady rent a room
. «nd UsutI heraelf is that "batching"?
! If *» »hat»
Judge Roger», of Eagle Rock, has
'**" «Pl*'iuted United Stale* Commis
* i< ** p r. Good appointment
j Rumor ha* it that three contest
Icaaea will come up next week when '
Hon. Silas W. Moody. Superinten
dant of schools, visited the school in
a
the legislature meets.
I Bh^kfool Tueaday.
Camas lias had an unusually large*
number of visitors within the past,
ten days.
I „ . . .
.. I b, K roerchant at i{
,Sl * * Spring». has the haad«oincst
residence in the county.
mi . i»™.,„n„
î[!o»IDIm" by the amount of lum
, .. J
net tn me yam*. ,
Good time* are reported in the
raining camps of the ('<rur d'Alene
country.
Boa. I. N. CosUn, president of the
*K»rtl of director» of the Insane Asy- ty.
lum, gave us a pleasant call Thursday,
p * j L
Ye publisher of the News is taking ;
In the sights of Butte and Helena,
Montana, this week. ;
j
•' io * 1>crl ' < ' coun, T '» rejoicing over
,be two ,,ew tailroads. | ln
^rv p vora are now on the line*. ,
r„ v (j q Stull will hold service* !
j n t b e school house at Pocatello next !
s un( | BV evening at 7 : 30 . I
* , „ „ «nd
The prayer meeting »1 the Metb
i*li»t church Thursday evening was
the iieat held for many months. There
was one con version.
test
this
and
for
that
to
of
has
and
him
ders
and
Hon. J. P. Clough, joint council
from Lemhi and Custer, is a
man
prominent candidate for president of
the council.
Hon. Thomas Sparks will contest
the seat of Editor Lomoreaux, Joint
councilman elect from Bear Lake,
Cassia and Oneida counties.
Ed. Soutbwick, of Nicholia, spent
Monday in our burg. He waa down
business connected with the Idaho
Trading Company.
on
The ladies of tlio Methodist church
are busily preparing for a Bazar and
Christmas Market Just before the
holidays. *
Jack Ilayball, a flnRclass barber
now has charge at McCracken s old
statfd, and can always be found ready
to serve you in his line.
Dont forget to attend church Sun
day, sendees will bo held at both the
churches and the pastot of either
will be glad to see you out.
Tho county contest cases will go
until tlio spring term of court, in
the officers elect will
their duties and serve un
over
tho meantime
ruler iti>on
til Ills ifmtests arc decided.
Cattle in Colorado are said to be in
a bad condition and must lie heavily
fed to pull through the winter.
C. A. Foster, postmaster at Uellcv
is behind in uecount» $227.
been relieved and L. T. Brock
oointed in his place.
Tom Sparks, Ute big cattle man of
American Fails, made a good sale of
beef steers and cows to a Seattle,
Washington Territory, firm this week.
A new market.
Talk about the clime of Italy and
the blue skies ot Sunny France, but
tbe splendor of Idaho weather of to-day
may lie sung in poesy as well as they.
The heavy shipments of water from
Soda Springs must eveutually bring
the springs into such notoriety
make them one of the most not ed
sorts in the West
A recount in the vote of West Vir
ginia gives Aiderson democrat, for
Congress a majority of 17, and Flem
ing, democrat, for governor a majori
ty of 28.
John Brown, of Bible, Brown and
Johnston, got the government
tract for supplying Fort Hail Indian
school with 130 tons of coal.
Circuit court Adjourned for the
term Thursday and Judge Berry left
in the evening for his home at Winona
Minnesota
Judge Berry will meet with a num
ber of familiar eases during the term
of Supreme Court, as they go up on
appeal from his district.
An old settler named Metcalf com
mitted suicide at bis home in Malad
Valley last week. Whisky and in
fidelity he said were the prime causes.
Lost— Out of a bundle last Tues
day, I »et ween C. Bunting's store and
Mrs. Dwight's residence, a new No. 6
shoo. The finder will please leave at
this office and greatly oblige the loser.
Our enterprising contemporary of
the Bellevue Herald publishes notices
of all the babies born in the territory.
He should have a Dutchman clock
premium.
of
to
to
will
mas
one,
uc,
He has
■P
a» to
re
cou
how
and
one
will
to
and
will
have
,
tata.
that
and
the
to
will
of
no
sell
at
will
we
dolls,
the
tire
Ixiys
few
cost.
silk
day
Toys
cheap
Mrs.
An engineer ou the Oregon Short
Line road killed a deer from his cab
near Glen's Ferry last week while his
train was running a( full speed. He
did the work at the second shot with
a Winchester.
The Utah & Northern passenger
train ran into a band of horses be
tween Brigham City and Ogden Mon
day and demolished some of them.
i{ e t ww , n flesh and iron ir. a collision
l8e advantage is with the iron.
An employe of the Standard office
talking down the streets of Ogden
Sunday found a lady a hustle and
, ac |, bustling ns was made over the
bustle in the office wa* never seen
since bustles were hustles.
W. H. B. Crow, who was a candi
date for the assembly from this coun
ty. will contest the seat of H. B. Kin
ijort. democrat Mr. Crow leaves for
L • ril ,.
- •'
The Water suit of Welch, et al vs
Anson, et ni, which occupied the last
week was disposed of Monday by dis
but an appeal was straightway
ln ben to the Supreme Court,
^ ^ ^ 1>d , jkc ^ haye your
name to my petition; I'm thinking
aliout applying for a federal nppoint
ment Somebody has got to have it
«nd I think I have a very good show.
Thank q«**} morning."
make
ored
mas
Clans
The
fore
the
grown
The celebrated Bergoyne land-con
test ease from Bear Lake was up be
fore the Register and Receiver again
this week. The testimony is all in
and the case taken under advisement.
Councilman 8. F. Taylor will leave
for Boise City this, evening.
Taylor will advocate some important
measures touching the interests of
Ringham county and it is to lie hoped
that he will be able to push his hills
to a final passage.
Dr. Maushridge, a regular graduate
of Cincinnati Medical College, and a
physician of twelve years practice,
has located in Eagle Rock. Upon his
arrival ho purchased a home and has
come to stay. His can! is in to-day's
News.
Alma Marker, Eagle Rock's Music
denier, tells you of his Holiday Goods,
and Musical Instruments in to-day's
News.
him for what you wnnt and your or
ders will bo satisfactorily filled.
The liarali, drastic purgatives, once
deemed so indispensable, have given
place to a milder and more skilfully
prepared laxatives; hence the great
and growing demand for Ayers Pills.
Physicians everywhere recommend
them for coativencss, indigestiou, and
liver complaints.
.Mr.
ness
waves
sea.
closet!.
to
they
ness
with
firm
seven
felt
has
cantile
He has a big slock; send to
in
tho
suits.
in
of
Your wasted cheeks may have all
the plumpness and bloom of health
through your use of Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla. This time honore«] remedy still
leads the van. It improves digestion
and purifies the blood and invigorate«
the system. Give it a trial.
From reports we have received
from rcsfionsiblc parlies we have no
hesitation in recommending any of
our numerous subscribers who are in
want of a good stove or range, to try
the "Garland Stoves and Ranges.—
Sold by D. H. Beithan.
Services at tbe Baptist church both
morning and evening next SabbatlL
Rev. Lyons will continue his scries
of evening discourses on subjects that
have a practical hearing and expects
to speak on this occasion of, "The
Strength of moral conviction in man
and the weakness of moral action."
Evening sendee at 7 p. ni.
Mrs. Hattie McCormick, well Known
to our Biackfoot ladies two years ago
when Mr. E. R. Hawley's
was here, was married in Ogden on
Thanksgiving Day to H. M. Bond, a
popular grocer of that city.
The Baptist Sunday School Ciioir
will give a Concert lit the Baptist
church Tuesday night, December 11;
proceeds for the benefit of the Christ
mas fund. Admission 25 eta. Come
one, come all.
faiuilr
Do you go to church? Reckon up
how long it has been since you went
and if you have not been inside of
one for a year come out to Sunday
service in the Methodist church; you
will be welcome.
G. C. Stull, Pastor.
Booth, the man who skipped the
country some years ago with the pro
ceeds of the sale of wool belonging
to Anderson Bros, of Eagle Rock,
and who is now in business at Lr ramie
Wyoming, baa been attached for the
amount taken and Anderson Bros,
will recover their losses.
Bingham county cattle men still
have on hand good beef steers for
market
The young folks of the Baptist
Sunday School Choir have been busy
, during the week preparing for their
concert, to be given on next Tuesday
evening, to consist of songs and can
tata. The celebrated Sunflower Chorus
that has been given in many of the
cities of the east, will be rend ereil,
and promises to be a rich feature of
the evening.
Have you ever seen a Christmas
Market; do you know what they have
to show at one? Well, wait and you
will sec one in Biackfoot The hulies
of the Methodist church are sparing
no pains to have a good one and to
sell toys, books, fancy articles, etc.,
at a price that will surprise you, not
liecause it is so high, but because it
will be in reach of all. Next week
we will tell you about some of the
dolls, etc., that are being fixed up.
dressed by the ladies.
Mrs. Holbrook wishes to inform
the public that she is selling her en
tire stock at greatly reduced prices.
Ixiys clothing, boys overcoats, etc. A
few girls cloaks still left will sell at
cost. A nice lot of ladies and gents
silk handkerchiefs suitable for Holi
day Presents. Look out for the Xmas
Toys for the little girls and boys
cheap and good—something new at
Mrs. Holbrook's.
ed
J.
to
The Methodist Sabbath school will
make a departure from the time hon
ored Christmas tree display on Chris
mas eve and have in its stead a Santa
Clans house and hanging stockings.
The progrsme for the evening's enter
tainment will consist of something
entirely different from those hereto
fore given and cannot fail to please
the little ones in attendance and the
grown ones too who may lie presont
Under The Waxes.
Another of Bingham county's busi
ness firms has been carried under the
waves that swallow up so many at
tempting to sail over the mercantile
sea. West & Drumiler were attached
Thursday and their place of business
closet!. This was a general surprise
to tlie public for it was believed that
they wore doing a satisfactory busi
ness for the capital invested. Their
liabilities are estimated at $7.500
with assets sufficient to cover all. The
firm had not been running more than
seven or eight months and had an in
creasing trade. Much sympathy is
felt for them in the calamity which
has In-fallen them iu their short mer
cantile career.
Later—T he firm has filed
No.
»
papers
in bankruptcy and this will stop all
further proceedings against thorn in
tho way of attachments and other
suits.
NOTIGE!
We are
making very close
Prices for cash.
Come and
see us it will pay you.
i
O. Bunting & Co.
REMOVAL
BEHLE & SON
The Pioneer Drag Store
We respectfully beg to inform our
friends that we are now in our new
brick store, next door to U. S. Land
Office. We are in a better place, in
better building and are anxious to se
cure your trade. Give us a trial and
we will convince you that it will be a
benefit to you as well as to us. We
will not be undersold by Salt Lake or
Ogden. Fresh Drugs always on hand
and we are constantly adding to our
stock. Come and see us at our new
store.
Beule & Son.
I have my fall Fall Goods in sight
now and invite everyone to see them.
Prices somewhat reduced W. H. Dan
ilson.
NOTICE TO FARMERS.
Plenty Money to Loan on Improv
ed Farms. Call on or Address:
John Lindsay,
Commercial Hotel,
Biackfoot Idaho.
J. W. MASSBRIDGE M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
(twelve years practice)
fcyOffers his Professional services
to the citizens of Eagle Rock and
surrounding country.
The Burgess House.
C. W. BURGESS, Pro.
EACLE
ROCK.
a •
First Class Sample Room, Good Ac
commodation at reasonable charges;
also a first-class
IiAR AND BILLIARD ROOMS.
H. W. CURTIS,
.dealer in.
Hardware,
Stoves,
Tinware, etc.
:o:
Repairing of all kinds neatly and
promptly done. Give me a trial.
er
A. C. EMERSON,
General : News i Deale
Ç,
BOOKS & STATIONERY,
Blank Books, Legal Blanks & Periodicals
School Books and Supplies in any
Quantity at lowest rates. '
Mail orders filled day received.
No. 102, Main Street, Ogden, Utah.
» t n n . * m, . , , , v,
And all Hoods in That Line Send to^
For Hardware
H.T. SNYDER
Ogden Utah.
THE IDAHO NEWS.
XEBMs:
One Year, by mail,...
Six Months,.
Three Month»,.
. $3,00
. 1,70
. 1.00
Advortislng' rates famished on flppllcatfop
The : Election
Will soon be here and
D. H. BEITHAN
Has just received his stock of
Men's .* Clothing,
' Boots, Shoes
Rubbers, Etc.
And is selling them at Prices that make
jnad to think of the prices they have
paying. Why, they are wonderful
cheap. Call and be convinced. I
—also carry a complete line of—
M0pflA
been
Hardware, Glassware, Stoves, Caockerj,
Harness, Saddlery, Etc. Etc.
THE BURS WAGONS.
Plows, Harrows and Scrapers, .
GARLAND STOVES, Tbe WorW* Best.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE.
D. H. BEITHAN
See This Ladies
Millinery Goes Dows as tbe Mercury 6m Up
Mrs- S- E- Holbrook
Is making a reduction in the prices
of all her millinery. Now is the tim«
to buy. She ha« a nice lot of
Millinery,
-DRESS GOODS-
-BOY'S HATS-
-BOYS CLOTHING-
-FEATHERS-
-FANS
UNT étions.
and can suit you in price and quality
Cannot and will not be Undersold.
Odd Fellow's Cemetery.
The Otld Fellow's Cemetery has
been surveyed, the plat of which can
now be found in the Land Office, and
parties desiring to purchase lots eau
be accommodated by making applica
tion to the committee.
F. W. Beane, "I
R. H. Hopkins, - Com.
R. J. Osborn, )
Biackfoot, July 13th.
SEXTON !
OF THE I. O.O. F.
CEMETERY.
Will attend to all Burial« und removal of the
Dead from Montgomery's burying ground.
Office nt Curtis' Hardware Store.
Ladies' and children's red medica
ted underwear at Mrs. Holbrook's.
Know All Men by these Presents:
That the Union Pacific, "the Over
land Route," and the Chicago, Mil
waukee, & St Paul Ry., commencing
Sunday, October 28th, will run Pull
man Palace Sleepers through daily
from Denver to Chicago via Omaha
and Council Bluffs.
Elegant Camels hair clothing warm
er than all wool and warrentod not to
shrink, at Biethan.
Notice of Application For A Pardon.
Notice is hereby given that I, A. S.
Anderson, who was convicted of the
crime of perjury, in Bingham county,
Idaho, at the October term of court,
888 . ud 8euU . llmi to H , enu uf 0tl0
year in tho penitentiary, will, on the
24th day of December, 1888, make
application to the Governor of Idaho
for a pardon end restoration to citi
zenship.
A. S. Andersun,

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