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SHKD BVBBV 8ATUKBA V rnWUher. job Work of any kluil ÄÄ »* ,nded \*rtbrrn TimeCard ft ' foi tOCKD ASK«»'*. ; St 11 RÄU: «K: u(CT1 l souse Aaaiva • li tSUÖft £2 '"'u.i.tusiB*. a*»ui. I .pm pjif sad Cltetaff sf Mall*. ...tp. Si. •:U*in. T * HI »I JL uid bu»lo*s* Inna« hours at Pocatello Ml fl « be a* follow»: (rum 8 a m. to 8 p.m. •CXDAVa. „ 10 a m. * o. p m to 7 p.m. Jas Caviukl, I*. M. — , . »haying lots in the new cem Haiti buy their monuments t, at Brown s Marble Works, a lit* work i* first class and ' pr down ( grtJv Ihva* Stays. No lady edc's linns without having t Brady Dress Stay in it Call [tmniutd be convinced. Wiu. Daxiuok. 1 iwcirrd st Mrs Holbrook s' ö for lathe* and mimes, als.» Mkjm anti Fancy Feathers. L , «orkiiig cost A vest K« n> to Danilsua'a. I. line of Black and Colored m irritrtl *1 tin lliilttrtji W* 1 ' ■l UasiUtta bas received bis K/t of .''hoc*, be has the beat , tpnag and summer Boy» I tl east for the next three Mi* Holbrook. tekooi shoe in town. F Bu,trf m **** P"'" K° u ' ** j notoicc Miucc Meat or it a few Misses and I duties R wry k>w flgwws. W. IL j « jMtwiabittg a Fur Cap can littst bargain at Daniisona liwvmri at Mr. !l»lt,rook s a bfpfLdke* WtiiU^Undcrwonr aal« mu will always get 5 umR tor cash at Dan I boa's ^mCdrr Vim-gar at Hanilson * B osD gallon ÿ^pFtyuilu and Blankets for Bwmwerat Kietban s. B « it T.Vu per gallon, as • .■***»reniMvl «trapyou pav $! for. W. II. Danibon. f Jait received a new lot of flftom and t will sell them 'Mudbody in town. Mm R K llot.RaooK. F s tahfenda Bear. ?Wv can catch . cold this kind ! "W The trouble b to let go jFAwb. caught the U-ar ' w feailers to purettam* of 4 N« s bottle of Santa Abb. wwia King of eonsumption, SSSt*«. 00 * m fcud death t u* R*®** 1 "* u> "California CatR. Jure give«' "f «lief. The catarrhal virus <lnpUrv<| by its boating and nature. Give It a trial, '«'»tinent $1.00, sent by j ! ^Blackfoot about 4th of j _ Two mam, „no. gray ^branded with a chair on will weigh about 110« ^ Woe with white legs, 7 n* with 7L on right wo one hay oolt 2 years «»Id BKJ?! "'H 1 * * A nl^ Ck >r U ,n', th 7 m ,h * 1 W « 10 . »»»mu or HT0LEN. Hekrv Dipple. takkn UP. m#n l»or»e, will weigh Cl PwukIh; branded I H on the ^ blind in both eyes, but «ft bli " d The owner will Wh:» * "" » T Piror Blackfoot ttmI P»y etpeneit, James Brii.ev. m >n#> Firsltin ib J, lot . nf H "«««bo)d Furniture lit * h * r « a in. For particulars vkf„„ v Tn * New* Optic«. *?»> -'ovcnjher 24. Fir Sal*. ; The Idaho News THE IDAHO NEWS. V TERMS: j One Year, bj- mail,.$3,0.0 I Six Montlis,.. Three Month*. I 76 . 1,00 YOU 2. BliACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1888. NO. 27 Adrertislnz rotes funitoKxl on application I A I A WEEK'S ROUNDUP ^ 3 "***• Prank Mcelroy's school at Basalt closed last Friday. A deep snow is reporteil in the Teton country. The Union PaciSc railroad tax in Alturas county is $53,000. Attorney Stewart went to Pocatello Friday on legal business. Californians are feasting on straw berriea and watermelons. * Small pox is putting in full time work in the towns on Pacific coast Work on the Danskin ditch has been suspended for the winter. _ _ 1» D. \\ right has been quite ill this week and under medical treatment of Dr. Behle. The Clialtis Stage line is ! now run ning on its winter time card—day ' time only. The farmers about Eagle Rock have a big crop of hay on hand for the winter. 1 Mr ... i s' ' * ? , 1 £ ' " ™ ch " U,vc Markel **** ■«** J " ° K *'* A «P«IW0B prevails among the j "*'"*** l1 * 1 -' e * r * ew,in K m 9 are al- j . ** ^ An "S** 1 groom 71 and | the bride 6«. were married last Sun day at Bellerue. Who says marriage is a failure. , The Catholics of Bellevue have a .-hurrh edifice at a cost of litre« thousand dollars James Delxell. of Eagle Rock, re ceivsd the contract for supplying the ' Insane Asylum with beef for the next j six months. II.« c —,1 T nnknia i„.„„i.„~i . ' Hon Fred T. Dubois introduced a j bifl la Congress, Monday, for the ad- ! mission of Idaho as a state. The reward for Tasoott, the mur derer of the Chicago millionaire, has , ** n '«H«aaed to *50,000 .M Salmon City the thermometor was from 4 to 6 degrees below sero several mornings of last week. Mrs Jay Gould is a very sick wo man and ait of her husband's million* fail to bring relief. Ike Smith, the freighter, has the contract for hauling 130 tons of coal • from Blackfoot to Fort Hall. The ladies Fair and Christmas Market will be held in theold Pioneer Drug Store building, Mr. I*. A. Just, father of Hon. N. A. Juat, will be «lown from Deer Uslge. Montana, on to-morrow's tram to visit hb son. Mr. Weddle ami Ben McDonald, of ! *«>■*» Trading Company were ,|<,wn frr> " Thureday. on legal bualneas. Biethan has a new "ad" in today's News, read It and perhaps you will find something vou want Soloes at the Methodist church, b»Ui morning and evening, to-morrow, In the recent change of time table on the Utah A Northern the passen ger trains run on the old time of two years sgo. Sexton Holbrook set two handsome slabs over graves in the cemetery this j week. They were from Browu's Mar ! bio Works, Salt Lake. Halley had an Inch and a half of j ant,wfall Monday^ B^fkfoot had a 4|*W ' h *' would have been sung in F*»)' I" »"""J' Frw * ce A Social Hop will be given at the Commercial Hotel this, Friday even lug. Our publisher ami devil knowledge a «»mplimeutary. Another mercantile failure reported from Camas thi. week. This time it i* H. O. Stuart, who is driven to the wall under the attachment system. These failure« are being distressingly freqinmk ac train on the Mon The i »assenger tana Central road was derailed W ed nesdav, and the Butte train came down Thursday morning without the regular sleeper attache«!. The democrats in Congress held their first «mucus of the session this week and spoke favorably of an omni bus bill admitting all the territories except Utah and New Mexico. Hon 8 F. Taylor has been appolnt chairman of the committee on elections in the Council and Hon. R. H. Davis chairman of the committee In the House. Deputy Sheriff Connelly, of Deer M Lodge, Montana, passed up the road Tuestlay evening with a horse thief whom he arrested m this territory and was wanted in Deer Lodge. Jule Bassett went over to Boise to be present at the organization of the legislature but returned Thursday. t A solar eclipse is due in Idaho on New \ ear's day. Old Sol never fails to give us our share of sunshine and shadow. Prof. Alguire will leave for Eagle Book Tuesday; all wishing charts should consult him sible. as soon as pos The mail from the west over the Oregon Short Line has grown certain as autumn winds. Sometimes lt come ® an< l sometimes it dont, as un W you want really to enjov the Christmas holidays assist some needy ones, and, in making them happy you make yourself happy, There is less snow on the surround ing mountains thau usual at this sea son of the year, and unless there be a heavier fall as the winter advances, ranchers predict a scarcity of water ! next summer. i 1" »B® absence of any law in the 1 premises Sheriff Tsylor and Assessor J Gorton will hold their present offices while serving as members of the leg j j \ sensible ranchman told us this , iU m ' r * t } a | bc,u * r 'ban politics at its best and the statement savors of a truth almost Akin to holy writ Grand Wedding—S aturday night Ptof. Alguire will deliver his lecture u P° n Love, Courtship and Marriage; after the lecture he will marry several couples. Admiasiou 25 cents. Burines» failures arc becoming dis tressingly frequent in these latter days when we should be looking for ' pro«l>erity to the right of us and proa p^. thc | eft of ug Thov hurt and hurl badly. ! A new time table went into effect on the Utah A Northern road on last Sunday. The south bound passenger tram will now arrive at Blackfoot at 6:30 a. m. and the north bound train at 9:10 p. m. A ripple was created on the surface of a calm sea Thursday by an exci ting horse race lietwspn Bob Hays' bay and Dwight's iron gray. Hays' bay was the favorite but Uie iron gray passet! under the rod first and captur ed the purse. Alturas court bas again been ad journed until the 24tb insL Judge Weir will not arrive lie fore the 20th. Is this child's play? Who ever knew a court to begin on Christmas and run through the holidays. . No remedy for blood disorders can equal Ayer's Sarsaparilla Though concentrated and powerful, this med- icine is perfectly safe, and may be taken by children as well as adults. Physicians recommend it in prefer- Priee$l. Worth encc to any other. $5 a bottle. Nearly ail colds are alight at first, bat their tendency is to so lower the system that the sufferer liecomes a ready victim to any prevalent disease The use of Ayer s Cherry Pectoral, in the beginning of a cold, would guard against this danger. Delegate Dubois in a private letter, has expressed the opinion that Demo cratic appointees will hold their offices until the expiration of their terms, uniras remove«! for cause, and that he cannot consistently urge any claims for positions until such expiration or removal—News-Miner. A crazy miner from Bayhorse, Cus ter county, was brought down and placed In the Asylum Wednesday When near Snake river bridge he be came furious and attacked his atten dants biting one of them on the hand painfully. After this he was shack led and given the inside of the stage all to himself. We acknowledge with pleasure an invitation to a Grand Christmas Jubi lee at the Burgess House. Eagle Rock, Wednesday eve, December 24th. The programme is a charming one !>cing varied to please all who may attend. It consists of addresses, recitations, songs, social dance and supper. Birmingham. Alabnma. had a terri ble time Saturday night with a mob of lynchera, was charged with killing his wife aud two children, and was arrested and lodged in jail. That night a large mob went to the jail but was fired in to by the sheriff and posse and many of them were killed That enraged them the more and several companies of militia were called out to quiet the mob and protect life and property. A man living in town to Wm. Bow, of Pocatello, was acei dently shot in the knee by the dis charge of a cartridge which he let fall on the ground and which exploded, sending the ball in the bone of the knee. He was taken to the hospital at Ogden for treatment. At last ac counts the ball had not been extrac tad A crowded house greeted the mem bers of the Baptist Sabbath School at their concert Tuesday evening. Be it said to the honor of Blackfoot people, they will attend the children's meet ings and encourage them by their presence and applause. The future of the country is to be shaped by the risioggeneration, and the lietter train ed the better the work that will be done. The Ladies Aid Society of 3(etho dist church, remembessd their pastor at their regular meeting Tuesday. They pounded him with a long list of articles that decorate a pantry aDd make a dining tabic groan with their precious weight Such little acts of kindness on the part of church mem bers always gladden the hearts of pastors and melt the ice in pulpits wherever found. The "Garland Stoves and Ranges" have the most artistic finish of any that we have ever seeu. They arc acknowledged to be the best in the world, while they cost no more than is often asked for inferior goods. They are as noted for durability', conven ience and economy of fuel as for the style and beauty. Sold at Blackfoot by D H. Bei than Basalt ranchers are preparing for good crops next year. Two parties are taking out large ditches from Snake river and will have them ready for irrigating purposes next spring. John Sheridan and party have one and H. Hu band and party have the other. Lava Lathem. a rancher on Ante lope creek, Alturas county, went into his stables last Saturday morning be fore daylight with a lighted candle which he placed on the floor beside a post. On leaving the stable he forgot the candle and in a short time he had such a conflagration as he never saw before. He lost 100 tons of bay, two horse«, stables, corral and ail his faming implementa. Three thousand dollars would not cover his loss. Mrs. Holbrook wishes to inform the public that she is selling her tire stock at greatly reduced prices, boys clothing, boya 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 Toy* for the little girls aud boys cheap and good—something new at Mrs. Holbrook's. Summary from the records of tht; Idaho Insane Asylum for the quarter ending November 30th, 1888. No. patienta in Asylum at begin ning of quarter, males, 35; females, 13; total 48. No. admitted during the quarter: j males. 6; females, 2; total, 8. No. discharged during the quarter: males, 3; females, 1; total, 4. Daily average attendance of patients during quarter, 49 35-91, Amount of bills allowed for the quarter $4,077.45. a a eu Prof. Alguire the Phrenologist, who has bee» visiting the principa. towns of Idaho within the past few months, is in Blackfoot this week and lecturing to crowded bouses nightly at the Baptist church. The interest evinced in his loctures is shown by the attendance. His subjects for the remaining evenings of the week and for the first evenings of next week, cannot fail to attract even larger au diences than have already attended. The partial examination of heads at the close of each lecture gave some happy hits and his recommendations of tall, lank, red-headed partners of life to a lady and gentleman made the audience uproarious. The Prof, has private hours for examinations and charts and parties desiring to consult him can find him at the church at those hours. Prof. Mikesell, also a Phrenologist, who reached the city during the week is assisting Prof. Alguire in bis examinations. Have you ever started out in the early morning to visit the market place of some large city? What an array is spread before you; anythiug you may need in the eating line is be fore you. If you are hungry', some one has a tempting lunoh spread and you satisfy the hungry feeling and go home with arms laden and heavy baskets fillet! with the good things of life. Now just such a market is to be opened in Blackfoot on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 20, 21 and 22. It will be held in the old Drug Store building, You can get a good NOTICE! We are making very close Prices for cash. Come and see us it will pay you. C. Bunting & Co. j oyster supper if you want it, a lunch it you want it or go without either if Ä^Är-% , 'srg."ä:" sale at a store, things made in quan tities and sold for trade, but in this Market home production trifles aud necessaries that are beautiful and that will be appreciated by the recipient Beside these there will be toys, some that cannot be found in the town any where else, and ones that will delight the children at Christmas time. Just wait for this market before buying. you want to. That part will be an annex as it were to the Market. In Away For The HsIMays. Mr*. Sample Orr t» visiting in Montana. Mrs. W. T. Reeves Is at Paducah, Kentucky. Mrs. August Duddenhausen Is visiting In Washington city. Mrs. James H. Bible, of Pocatello, will spend the holiday« In Tennessee. Mrs. W. H. Danllson is visiting at Caldwell, Idaho. Mra. Sbelbourne is with friends at Hender son. Kentucky. Mrs. Prank Beane Is visiting Butte, Helena, an Port Benton, Montana. Mra. Joe Miller is visiting parents at Kirks rlUe, Missouri. L. M. Capps, of Port Hail, will spend with friends in Alabama. Auditor Kobe than will witness wedding fes tivities at Denver. Lasy Joe sa Election. Lazy Joe, the Indian, says-White'r man he talk lection all de time; In dian be no savvy. White'r man he catch'm no lection, he get mad, heap mad; Indian he all right; lections no good. White'r man work be all right Indian hunt he all right Lections no good. White'r man talk new Washington, me no see him. Maybe so new Wash ington good, maybe so no good. He give Indian beef, flour, coffee, Indian neap like'm, no give him no like m. Indian he no savvy office, white'r man all de time want offioe. Indian he like'm big chief; white'r man he want office, office; white'r man catch en» office he no work. Investigate the claims of the Omaha Barb Wire. FuU information at D. H. Biethan s sole agent for Blackfoot REMOVAL BEHLE & SON The Pioneer Drug 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 oonvince you that it will be a benefit to you as well aa to us. We will not be undersold by Salt Lake or Ogden. Fresh Drugs always on hand and we are constantly addiug to our stock. Come aud see us at opr new Behle A Son. I have my fall Fall Goods in sight now and invite everyone to see them. Prices somewhat reduce«! W. H. Dan ilson. store. NOTICE TO FARMERS. Plenty Money to Loan on Improv ed Farms. Call on or Address: John Lindsay, Commercial Hotel, Blackfoot Idaho. J. W. MANSBMDOE M.D. PHYSICIAN 4 SURGEON (TWELVE YEAR8 PRACTICE) fcyOffere his Professional services to the citixen8 of Eagle Rock and surrounding country. -p« tj D1?TmT A AT if j JJ • JCl. *»«*»* I 1*1 r\ I» The Place to Buy ,rt " re ' s'*»' «*»*,. HllWSS, SlMISfJ, GIlSSWl III |j«pS, Will» Sblllt, Will Pip« j : FURNITURE Men's.' Clothing, Boots, Shoes -AGENT FOR THE BURQ WAGONS. Morrison Plows, Omaha Barb Wire, The Œarland Stoves, Domestic Machine Sew i so See This Ladies Mllliery 6ms Don is the Kcreirf Sms U$ Mrs- S- E- Holbrook Is making a reduction in the prices of all her millinery. Now is the time to buy. She has a nice lot of MUlinery, -DRESS GOODS- -BOY'S HATS- -BOFS CLOTHING— -FEATHERS- -FANS- 3\T otions. and can suit yon in price and quality CiiMt til fill Mt fci Undersold. 044 Fellow's Cemetery. The Odd Fellow's Cemetery has been surveyed, the plat of which can now be found in the Land Office, and parties desiring to purchase lots can be accommodated by making applies, tion to the committee. F. W. Beane. 3 R. H. Hopkins. Cora. R. J. Osborn, ^ Blackfoot, July 13th. SEXTON ! OF THE I.O.O.F. CEMETERY. Will attend to all Burial« and remora] of IIm D ead from Montsoinery'a htiryinjc around. Oflier at Curt»« Hardware Store. Ladies' aud children's red niedieg, ted underwear at Mrs. Holbrook's. Know All Men kjr these Presents: That the Union Pacifi«^ "the Over lan«l Route," and the Chicago, Mil waukee, & St Paul Ry., commencing Sunday, October 28th, will run I*ull man Palace Sleepers through daily from Denver to Chicago via Omaha and Council Bluffs. Elegant Camels hair clothing warm er than all wool and warrentetl not to shrink, at Biethan. Notice sf Application For A Farde». Notice^is hereby given that I, A. 8. Auderson, who was convicted of the crime of perjury, in Bingham county, Idaho, at the October term of court, 1888, and aentcnixil to a term of cue year in the penitentiary, will; oa the 24th day of December, 1888, make application to the Governor of liinho for a pardon and restoration to citL A. 8. Anderson, zenship.