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f hrd evbrv Saturday fi! < JOSE* PublUhcr. W, for Job Work of nuy kind fj^mptly attended to. Idaho* il vla.iumll iiuiuv *y ltt k*!tertbeni TimeCard t to p n ÄtS:|RüSi .. .0*5:": "'Jwwrw Awur» Î25:» IJS&K , ' 0 .R.COWSS. Anw.i. ; „tttsdtlMlaftf Mali*. •« .......Ip.». IstiS** ri *» >| . »14« m l Â l ?îîi"®t»tA bü»û»ü fr«»?» j j^Weiec-tp . m. - j B^Msmr* m _ [ •MkdDfc hours at Pocatello ^fltr he as follows: Mnftum N. is. to 8 p. m stxiurs. _ i in 10 am * C. p m. to 7 p.m Jah. Cam*«* P M. loving lots In the new eetn-i awM but their monuments. se. »* Brown * Marble Works, ■ lit» work is llrat class aud Ids down MRS Ikjdv Press Stays. So lady j i -H i dress without having ! ■»adv Ureas Stav in it. Cell .J*® »aJ W convinced. Will Dakilson. iwrivrd at Mrs Holbrook s for ladies and mlseea,eleo ; Moes sod Fancy Feathers. J . . .... .. p* Uar of Blet* and Colored ; I«* strived »I >1« Holbrook, it Dant!*m has received his A of Shore; he has the beat ■jr spring ami summer Boys' j for the „ext three Iff* Balter in 5ft pails go to «sot s working coal A vest ! WrotoDanilson'a trinol sins- in town nesut nice Mince Meat or «* n fr> Mi-tup* and Ladit-a atm km figure» W II «•Hbing a Fur Cap ou, »Rist bargain at IhnilMW» mriml at Mr» Hollaxmk a a I . I st * 5c t» per gallon, as • tW fanned sy nip yon • 1 dhe for. W, II. Danilaon. _ )w received, new lot of ksiSbfw* and I will sell them ' - «Ddbu.lt in town »I. n h if _ M«S S K IIOLBBOOK. ton will always get & i* fur rash at Danilaon's. CWrr Vinegar at Danilsou's «it* gallon heifnilu ami Blanket* for m*f) at liirtlian'a. wlb lbmt*. Shoes. Cloth iaa>l I'oderwrr cheaper tlum burner Iss-n sold in Blaekfoot WI t'am.-i« hair clothing * urn, '**1 «tml and warronted not to " Bietbsn. K * #wn when you want a pair 1 orSb<«>»tliBt i* worth mon-'i Irihsn» D ilotlung cheap at Mr*. S. K pvk ^•(alifurnla Hear. J^jcaa catch a oold this kind J*' Tke trouble la to let go, ■e»n who caught the Ix-ar v* <mr readers to pun-tiase of L* ** * bntUc of Santa Able, ifornia King of consumption, kwoochitis and cough cure*. JjJ bandy. Ti* pleasing to J* V**' death to the rIkivo com !S« o *. nl »» 00 a Isittle or 3 * "slifornia Cat-It Jure give* •e relief. The caUrrlial virus ,,l, pUced by its healing and ^»it nntiire. Give It a trial, treatment $1.00, sent by nlHiut 4th of ^ marcs, one gray 4 L ' "rsnditl with n chnlr on ft »»I weigh a limit 1100 JWue wlth wlllte legs, 7 , •jfsmhsl with 7L on right '•"one I lay eoIt2 years old Wl* br*R.Ui -ut. _ „.. *lL " wiUl a <' lmir 0,1 r^* r sml » Siickimt onlt with A liberal rt'w!n-d will lx ft Information 'that ' will ^ffwuvnry. . li* * WaS' FÔÏ parti,M.lnra 1 Tiie New* Office, Xovumlier 24. ! «.10. MROKl, ok NT0I.K8. 3 -,., Henry Dipple. ^ Fimltnri For Soli. i "* The Idaho News. i ; i VOL. 2. BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1888. | NO. 29 A WEEK'S ROUNDUP _ Ti , . T/*"? In «» Üwmonietera ' humbled itself this week. It got 12 de « rew * bt ' low noUl »>g. ; Mr. C. Bunting has gone to Nicholls on liusiness connected with the Idaho Trailing Company. . .... Judge Weir with daughter and two j ??•* amired in Boise City this week, j j "• °pvm*d court at Hailey Thursday. ] [ Mrs. Stufflebeam offers her resUu-! rant and all its equipments for sale at a bargain. See notice of sale in : another column. ,, , , i well digger ; **|d cleaner, has a card in this issue, " *"' n - vo . 1 ' n « wl work ln h » a Hue give nun a call. "PI*® * < ' rt ' DC end peaceful quiet that Ml on Blaekfoot Christmas <lay ■ like the bcnedictiou of a holy Sail » a» Waxtkd—E verybody to know thatj j they can get Cranberries at Beithan's ! ! for 1 2$ vents per pound. u: Ni '* fr ?" I Hhoha Jo speud the holidays with 'j 1 " Metul and former school mate, j Mina Luna Beckwith. ; Judge Bern has written Deputy : J (*lerk Miller that be will leave for ; ... ... .... , .. J* ., rl>tl ! I,fl '*turiluy ; mon, mg for Ogden where she will at tend sch«, I the next session. Mrs Frank Beane and Mrs Sample <>rr returned from their Montana trip j H is «aid there are thlrty foor men ! in Idahonow applying for the Marshal i» Mr Alex Danskin will leave in a f.-w data for Boise City where he will remain a month or two. ! Idaho alsuit the 3d of Januaiy. Friday morning ChiisUnas of 1H8H will go down in history nolt«l for the peaceful quiet and good order that prevailed every ' C. C. Stevenson. Esq., s*m of Oov I «J"-"» an, ' ot „ i it) wen» marrM C britliMi Kki. , Onr wnuidc friemls hail a Jovial good Urne during the holidays. One evening they tripped the light fantas tic u> merrt mnsie at Mr Djmcan *. ami the ncxl evening at Mr* 8tct-lc s. A numlier of families in Blackfoot xn well as the two churches are under obligations to lion N. A. Just for the nice evergreen Christmas tree* I »... ... » n-, I The family of C. R Wheeler, Tor ms |>s»t two years residents of Black- j foot, moved Thursday to Pocatello - j ' wl * ' ,4,p " < m l mn ' - Fob Halb -Two heating stove, as r . i«, ,|| P , 1 ,.^ goo.1 asneir W »! «cîenge Uiem or wo«l Knqelre el the Pjonecr Drug Store. V Hunting A Co. have purchased the Camas stock of general inerclmn it „Ol.. 1 - 1 . 1 ... t£u. 8 c»mi>Hny and oiiene .1 business at the old stand, This enterprising firm never Icte a bargain esc«,« U,e,n. In another column our leaders will »in,i «n intcrvstiim advertisement of M, I*"(Isr buk! di" ti'nguis!n-<I Eve. B^^nd Catarrh Surge-m lie will thNN-mte-r '»HUrfrom *8 ^m' ' UH 8*p! Remember, one day only. ; with which be prosented them m The Christmas Ball at the ('«immer- ; dal Hotel Tuesday evening was brim full and running over with pleasure ] to tlie old and young who attended, The hour» flew bv on fairy wings ami •hose who whirled hi the mazy dance found the sum hours approaching be-1 fore thev supp«wed the jileasnres list, ] fairly liegun. Mrs 8tufllebeam fur | nislicrl an elegant Slipper, and the next day everybody said "wo hart a | royal time." ! Sew Tear's Ball. ( ) l|r young people arc arranging f,, r t h«.' ernndest bsll of the winter Commercial Hotel New YM?» evening. They promise their f r j rl)( | g R royal good time and want ,,|| to be present ' tlicili ail --- u._.i«id» at MeCaniman. Homlnne Saturday afternoon of last week Bud Reedy »bot and killed his i broth or-ln-law Charles Dlvlnny at Mctemj mol, Divlnny tad threatened Reed} but Ready got the drop on him Divin „V was no stranger to the officers nor fayfÄT-ss his untimely end. Heady ha. been held for III» appearance htfon ; ! next gram* ) l,r . v - ( htSIMJ ÜANCF. OF THE YEAR. „. , , ' The closing dance of the year 1888 T" ** «I'' 6 " at Hall Moo evening December 81. Every lx *^y j"*"** 1 (io °d music. , J *" k ® to «* gentlemen with ladies °* lar ' TW* sahhath i „ .. 001 * i Both Sabbath Schools, Methodist ' and Baptist, gave public entertain-j mente Christmas Eve and were honor S 1 T 1 * audiences. The " a l ,t,Ht closed with a display of a 1 f""! ,f , ul treo w Hh presente for '* le l'ttle oiu*s and the Methodist with a snow house in which were hung well - filled stocking* which Santa Claus gave out with so much merriment und glee to the little ones. Both schools will remember the pleasures of the t * ve,, i |, K •" l»"g years to conic. A Had and Painful Accident. Little Hohen Miles, 13 year old *°° of ( ' al 'i'* Mile« living neur Fox's] ran , tdle , uort ^* |° wn . mot with a sad a,M * l m ' ,l4l| i «evident Friday of last week. The little fellow was out hunt iu * aml . iu ri,, 'ng through the sage brush his horse stepped in a badger hole and fell throwing him over his head In the fall bis gun was dis charged »nd the load of one barrel through his right hand and wrist lacerating them terribly. He was also wounded in the right arm iK-ar the shoulder and slightly iu the , KM , V Afu>r Uu . fll „ £ remounted an ,| nxll . „ raik . or lnore u> tt nt . igb . Ian's house, his father being away from home, where Dr. Behle was sura-j rnone-d and administered to his suffer-i ,! 5|K ,'" c * aul,w ' tiwn the doet ®' ^ml he hand and wmt «o torn to ss r.*zsr srsra last ace.unite the little euffererwaài Is-ariug hi* pain* heroically and wa 0 i ' doing ns well as could be expected, j - i The Pocatello Harder Caee. I . . . , . ,1 A fatal shooting scrape oecured at Pocatello last Saturday ,n which L p Ihirfec. a passenger iirakeman on* ** Oregon Short Line, «-ame to lu. ( death from g^uiifihot wound* Inflicted by K. J. Wright, a citiz-n of that town. At the coroner"* inquest Mr. I Wright was exonerated from all hinmo * for the killing but as he is to have a j p n .|i Iu j llurv | K . ar i„jr | K >fore a pixijs-r ^ wc Wuhhob, an extended noUce and all commente until his case is diepoeed of. Mr. Wright is now in jail at Blackfoot suffering from the! gunshot wounds he received during I the dev of the trouble and is imorov- ! 11«« .lA»lp fur r»rw» «n ,lan„.,r,,ii«l v mg Slowly ror one SO tlangerousi} woun ,| ( . ( | As soon as he recovers - „uffleienüy | je will have a hearing for ! ^ »booting. The remains of the j |«rty kUM were brought to B!ack f«it Monday attende«! by a delegation ! - f Wem's ami after funeral services in the M K church conducted bv Rev. Mr Stull ^ ^buried iu t,m Odd | (Wetery. During the after noon ,,f Stanley Iasi excitement ran high at Pocatello and Sheriff Taylor who was at the time at Camas, had . . . .«.m ... »ko u. u, the »een« in outer to preserve peace ami provent further bloodshed. . 1 The Snake River Canal. The mass meeting for alt parties I inlert-s.e.l in the Snake River Canal enterprise, celled to meet at Hopkins' attended, end the enthusiasm mani ^ ^nte^iro P.J. Anson called to the chair and Henry i interchange of I to „„ ultimate success, pjpplo made secretary pression aud free vicwg mr, were raised to defray the „penses of a preliminary survey and ; ft committee consisting of P. An- ; gon Dip p | e , F. Hutchinson, and D. l. Mil , pr) worc wv made, was Dr. Givens, W. Howard, Henry j -i- v Hutchinson, and D. Y. Mil hctnl of the canal, will lie about Cedar Point, north of Basalt and the general I''* 0 .'u ltHokfoot" This is a grand towanto j^kho^nu^e^jfiwid j iii ..,-k fo»,t and ! waste amis ' M '. w 7/ , pi f ' of tli,- nàriculturnl ) ' Southeast Idaho. Build ' r , ., niaekfoot and the sur the canal nnrt lllaiKroot ami roundiiur country w lioorn il, a way rouuain* .. to be proud of. ,. 0gr i Rn d Stoves and Ranges" ^ m()H , (irtisUc fl„i s h of any •»' J , V0BVWiBeu . The} are U"" 1 ledKed t0 be the best in the « k w „,g "bey cost no more than is asked for tnfterior good« They -r.rnrtns'trc! mn«e am at Blackfoot | by D. H. Beithan. Mrs. Holbrook wishes to inform the public that she is selling her en ! tire stock at greatly reduced prices. boy. clothing, i)oys overcoats, etc. A few girls cloaks still left will sell at cost. A nice lot of ladies and gents ; 8 nk handkerchiefs suitable for Holi-I day Presents. Look out for the Xmas j Toys for the little girls and boys cheap and good—something new at Mrs. Holbrook's. - tTf- -i e J I VVaUbeU J Director of each district in the re spective counties of the territory to send their address to I Wanted ! ! Every Count}- Superintendent of Schools and ever}- Teacher and School The Idaho News, Blaekfoot. Idaho. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. — Notary Public iu the office. Attome« At La w, MALAD, IDAHO. J. E. SMITH, At £«™X A ™' Practice« in the Territorial anJ Ü. 8. Courts. W- T- REEVESt Attorney at Law BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. S. C. WINTERS, Attorney aT law EAGLE ROCK, IDAHO. D. W. STANDROD, Will practice ln all the Territorial Court». E. P. BLIGKENSDERFEÏ^i ATTORNEY at La AW _ * POCATELLO. IDAHO. . - rmr , n , T „ I *--— J, R. BEAN, t Assistant Si buxom U. P, Ratlwat. rVTVHnaphlc communication« promptly j ut tinned to. PhYSKdIAN & SURGEON, W UI»ttcn,l all call* oil 1'uh A Northern and ,,re«o« Bhort Line Hallway«. I p H YSI0IAN AND SURGEON Call» Of Kc«pon»lblc purtir* attended to dny _ Jng J Qijcv dUbl At U)LAi ' 1 ^ ! < Omni) Surveyor and Civil Engineer. ai». Deputy nerko, the Court, t>*n«acting i .«-—.—a—..tw HOtK Idaho, 1* ^*-^»**. - G. W. PENDLETON, M. D [buboes, house] ' 1 _ Elliçlc Rock, l I _ JL. hh profc8sional wrvico8 to B»c people of town and vicinity. ho«h stull. i Hailey. Paris, j STULL & SPENCE, nssf* & ^os«-»s»<ffotAal'£atv j Iamri amt water LltlK»tloii a Specialty. EAGLE ROCK, IDAHO. G. H. Davis, (»1*0 ,'OROSOR or BI>anA* col POCATELLO, IDAHO. Wm, H. BEHLE, BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. : Idaho - - ^im^mmch«*. John Montoomert, Jr. Notary Public. ! j j Formerly He»rlMorof > thoU. B. Land Ofllc«' » , . lr , MMmn k Miner; RExAIa ESTAT EL, Fire-I-IllNUnUlCC-:- AjÇCIltS t and nfUro Land Office Attus j A*cnt« for the North Amcri»» and Prnn.yi- ! i *"<• An«^Nev.d. m.uranco ^ blackfxkit, : : : IDAHO. Praotlo* before the U. 8. Land office, prepare all paper* In satrlea, anal, proofs, mlneml ap plloadon and town.lt« «nlrle». and attend «uuo«t».eie. AjWbifor On-Kquiublo L ift, In«ur«neeCo | Ttf T T *V. L. flüùWLLL. —dealer in— j healer IN Wnlphot! plnp^Q ii Ï DWfllPU W ûlLllôÙ, ClUCKS 2 JoWdITj. ty»t*h and Clock Repairing a Specialty. M«n Order» Promptly «ttemh dt« ! NOTIGE! We are making very close Prices for cash. Come and see us it will pay you. C. BUNTING & Co. -Buy Lots Abd Save Money Buena Vista Addition to S-AJ1Æ C TTTT, Mining men. Railroad men and men in any class of business; here is your chance to make investments in the future metropolis of the Inter-Mountain Region. Lote in Buena Vista will double in six months. The addition is only three miles from the centre of the city and directly on the line of the Utah & Nevada Ry., affording rapid transit Plenty of water. Present prices—Corner Lots $fiO inside, $50 each. Terms, only $5 cash and $5 per month per lot This is the best kind of a sav Anybody can own two to four lots, ing hank. Prices will advance very soon. Now is your opportunity Bargains in all kinds of Real Estate. % T_ Gt-uujcuz Lell, 262 S. Main St. Salt Lake. . _ ...... . . „ . I Inveatigate the daims of the Omaha Barb \V ire. Full information at P " Biethan ' 8 80,0 8?Cnt f ° F Blackfoot | Ladies' and children's red medica - 1 ^ underwear at Mrs. Holbrook's, j I we will convince you that it will be a beneBt to you as weU as to na We ! < w ' ll i not undersold by Halt Lake or Ogden. Iresh Drugs always on hand i aml we a ^ wushantly adding to our ...d «. » «««■ store. _ " 1 & Son. j ^ my fR „ Qoods - n sight now and invite everyone to see them. ! Prices somewhat reduced W. H. Dan- r llson. v ,_ r NOTICE TO^ARMERH. j Plenty Money to Loan on Improv i ^ ^ lSÎ 5 : I j Burgas House. | Eagle Rock, Idaho. j j _ ... i veniinipr u t» « • "• -aAitODHlDUD -II. I/. REMOVAL BEHLE & SON The Pioneer Drag Store We resj)ectfnlly beg to inform our | friends that we arc now in our new ! brick store, next door to U. S. Land - Office. We are in a better place, in better building and arc anxious to se cure your trade. Give us a trial aud - PHYSICIAN & SURGEON (TWELVE Y K AHS PRACTICE) ! 1^gr"Oflcrs his Professional services j to the citizens of Eagle Rock and [ j surrounding country. That the Union Pacific, "the Over j Ian d Route," aud the Chicago. Mil ! waukee, & St Paul llv., commencing i Sunda v : Octoln-r 28th, will Pull man Palace Sleepers through daily from Denver to Chicago via Omaha and Council Bluffs. ! to-? | Kotlee of Application For A Pardon. Notioo is hereby given that I, A. S. j Anderson, who wtw wnvteted of the. j crime of perjuyy, m Bingham^county, j Idaho, at the October term of court, 1888 ' a " 1 "'"*neod to a term of one V Vn" mr3 ' i k«« Ü" l l' e JjJ» PJ rdoB and ^TandeSo^ 1 ' ztnslnp. A. . . andliison. Know All Men by these Presentes î-ar 1 THE IDAHO NEWS. i ternis: One Year. by mail. ... ; Six Months, . Three Months ,. ...... $3.00 1.7.» 1,00 Arivortittlnir rato# fumltfhcri /m application _ --r tt TlTr , .T r rTT A "NT U • Xx* DülllHÜIN The Place to Buy Nardware, Glassware. States, Cnakan, Harness, Saddlery, Glassware aid Lamps, Wiadow Shades, Wall Paper ^ 0 mS0Il PlOWS. > QjjJ^La Bart Wire, The Qarlaiid Stoves, DomeStlC Sew.no MaCÜHie Q TLJo T af |ipQ kJCt j llllo LidUlCö MllliMfy SMS DlWI IS tte MirCirj Sett Up MRS- S- E- HOLBROOK Is f ^ a -bu-tion in the prices " of all her millinery. Now ,s the time to buy. She has a moe lot of -ÂÆÏlliH ® X* JT"y _DRESS (Î00DS _ -BOY'S HATS- -ROYS CLOTHING- -FEATHERS W otions. and can suit you in price and quality FURNITURE Men's .• Clothing, Boots, Shoes _____ ____ m ___ . m THE SUHGt WAGONS Rubbers, Etc. AGENT FOR The Odd Fellow's Cemetery has been survey«!, the plat of which eon now be found in the Laud Office, and parties desiring to purchase lote can K» «^n.mand.tnl hr m.lcino . ' * 11 tion to the committee. F. W. Bun, j R. H. Hopkins. Com. U. J. Osborn, \ Blackfoot. .Inly 13th. cannot nod vill not be Undersold^ Odd Fellow's Cemetery. OF THR I. O. O. F. CEMETERY. Will attend to all Ilurlal« und i-enioval of iho Dead from Monur-mery'» burying ground. Office at Curtis' Hardware Store. SEXTON I