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■ HUSHED EVERY SATURDAY i# BIA3I JOS* 8 , PnMlsIker. I^en^r Jub Work of uuy kind » k promptly attend«! to. 'he Idaho News THE IDAHO NEWS. terms: : One Year, by mail, ! Six Months. 1 Three Months,_ 13.00 1.75 1,00 VOL. 2. .! tlx* uoatuffico »* Blsckfoot, Idaho« «• l 'l*»« «*•» uiatiar * Sdrtheni Time fard HLACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1889. m si Advertising-rate* furnished on application lUk * Sdrtheni Time fard jfoKTH aoeau abut«. juju« iu I Kr»l»ht. . iZ |i:»a. «.) Freiste... DH-ni Hoi'*» Assit« „ |;U l> Ol i Fl»l(hl - •:1WA. m |j^wl*hl. * » B-in O. K. Con an, A (Tat. t»T one • .shine a Fur Cm. ran .ur oor • isniug a rurtap can nk * great bargain at I »«oilsou V Jntrrwi.«lat Mra !I..lbn»k a a *«— w- »•« tfwabcr ynu w ill alway« get Ü verni» ofl fur cash at Danilwm'a i>..i,, n.„ii u - v inllm* ' B ** IWbmt Quilts and Blankste for * »rifr BpO«% Shot* , noth j *' u "'b r»«' cheaper than r kaw ever U-eo mdd in Blaekfoot bin. Ibrriovt received a new lot of I _ij| « * : M M Mm 8 K Holbrook c.. . . . ... tepnt t amels hair clothing warm «Tm'JÏÏi"' Jw " T * BlU! ' ,Butto • ■ »I '■»»•Innaii when you want a pair Hhor* that it worth money . «.tbr,. Ä *°Jf* clothing cheap at Mr» 8 . K Mum». .I1:IU «.in. M »l Hpaiair *nd t'lodnr of Kalla. (ur ,b> .Nurlli i*««* »«• LitelMn»' el»*««« LiuriuaU el"*« at......... T «- m , »»»»I tornitrf buauiru from « |oloil"e«e m SumU), from a«.««, to •«. a. u. • :ia * m Ti« pootoffii« hour« at Pocatello Lj bvreafter be as follows: Lk <iav* from 8 a. in. to 8 p. m ai'xuars. L •. to 10 a. m. a 6 . p m. to 7 p.m. Ja». Uami'bbi., P. M. D«r Beady Ibreaa Stays. No lady ^•lij make a «1res» without having „rrtf Keatly Dre»» Stey in it. Call g ne them and he cun vined Will Dabiuon. [ ;»•( received at Mr*, iloibruok'a L; Hat* for ladies and misse», also U Ribbon* and Faucy Feathers J? you aant a working coat A vest E |340 go to Danilaon a. V H Danilann tuui received bit L , «tack of 8lt«»ea; he ha* tbe best .-t-rn, (rbool »hue in town All my »pring and auratuer Bova ^«f> at eat for tbe nest three fwu Mr* llolbruob. If ton want ni«* Mince Meat or Hw.tppie Butter in 58» paite go to Ilkivafrw Mi*aea ami Ladira piu «I very low figure*. W. H mbua tkrap a* andteidv in town. 1 '®ti|t»U> Uw» claim« of the O.md.a A'Vire Full information at D " 8 *U>»n « «ole ag,tit for Blaekfoot teli«' an ,| children's r«i mwlica raderwear at Mr». Holbrook a. °®ly #3.50 |>er Imrrel, choice winter apples at Berryman A [re, in the old stand recently oc •"Ibv \\«^| 4 Drumiler •"Ibv \\«^| 4 Drumiler Al Absolut! Giro Ji''**"« 1 Abtotln*. < >l,um«.,,I I» only pul . ounce tin hrum, awl I» an ««*> .J"JlwoM«*a.lHiraa Wixinda. chap m»?tfr 4 .* ,, * ,,,n '"s p «»es Will pmlllv* SttoTf. ?' 1 * " f P 11 ™ Auk f,,r ,*<• Orl.in.l S*>M by lleMe * Son. al ■ bill -b» mall » «ml«. «trived or stolen. f"® ncar Blaekfoot about 4th of *!>«««. Two marcs, one gray 4 CV* 1 , brand«! with a chair" on f'wcKildir will weigh atxHit 1100 »«her blue with white legs. 7 xj! 11 ' 1 ,,r ni"l«l witli 7L on right r"*»« r also one Imy colt 2 years old ini J¥ n ," K brand«! with a chair •kottlder and a sucking colt with A lilteral reward will l>c . f°r aqy information that will ** k> their N on recovery. Henry Ihmi notige* I < "V£ TT . TH«**itHan'* om< •"Uwu * "'sektont, Idaho, Jan. S. tkat 'he Mtowia# Ï>t,, , '" >,.'''« r r*n«» will lx- iwlduixm b«««* ," h '"terret thomtn f„ d«n< If Hl**y (NU , fn , m - - -* will (nwik* tnnn i iä! *!,x„ "PEcist. man. *'w i tou l f' Inelimlv*, iticluviva. W, („ n **«n*i, ruan. of C. tIL'imNO, JR Ominiy Tnasurer. w ell digger. Practical Wcll-dtggor. hu,'««W Uurhing a spcctalty, bis line res|H'ctfuily solicltcH. A WEEK'S ROUNDUP The tee harvest Ims i— i . hattest has been bountiful. Anothc-r big failure in town this week the well at the court house. The Supreme Court of the Territory begins next Monday. ' Salmon fire« i... , . tery association 0rg " ,uzwl * Ct 'me , jestsiUe ranchers are now crossing . uske river by tbe free joe bridge. Alturas county increased the In «ane Asylum inmates by two the first of the week. Attorney Whittier .. ! on I......I * x , ' a8t ' 8 : January 1st. '* " CtlOU in °®**. ] ... , . „ j , ~ . 1 ,7' vraan " n ' 1 »«Kcrs Duhik * ' r Card - T '* Tb « A petition for a free bridge over : &wke river is being numerously kigued. • S*rvi«M .t no, i> ... , . i sen ices at the Baptist church on Sunday morning and evening. All «V cordially invited to attend. A number of eitirena of Blaekfoot are arranging for a tour of inspection ; to the Pacific ('oast this month. If our Wislaton. would oive ... i complain of lack of immigration. a_ «V * „ , hJ ZfT, rTlV, ! "•'* lb U' b0 °* last November was an auction not an election. A little child of Frank Marion, f or . mcriy a resident of Blaekfoot, died at Pocatello Tuesday morning. Ilev. A Lynne was called to Fujile Ruck last Sabbath morning to ..illi-mte " l Um funeral of H. F. Taylor s voung ,.., - • » Sel T ie ** a ' »**. Mrthodiat church Ssïnrï sr .î present _ * ext Monday the old officials of the «Minty will step down and out and the new ones up and in. Such ' is life For the past twelve days the weath- ! ,, r .t Saimon City baa been hitter cold The mercury stood nighUy from 25 to :t5 ,| lV ' | H .|„ W " P*** cn 8 , ' r lr *vel over the Black f«>t and Cballia stage line is fair for the season and the express and freight unusually heavy. unusually heavy. Ranchers «av an ice bridge over S|| , k( . r(v ,. r u ;.| 1PM|x . r U ,an a susja-n |»ion tell bridge ami for that reason thev cross on the ice bridge. fV , . .n . .. Hlaekfont on Monday a(l( i r* al 00 Monda) and TttfidiV of week See their eir* cuter« and reinem l»er the date. 1 The Methodist Sabbath School will give »n enterUinment on the evening " ,b " Sabbath in 'hi* month IVogramme next w W k Attorney T. M. Stewart * profr»» ional canl can Ik- found in to-day'* Saw* Whoever entrust* him with legal buaineas may rest assured it will receive prompt and faithful attention, Why is it when a man owes you you meet him only once in six months, but if you owe him you meet him every day? The Union Pacific Ry. company has abandon«! it* pa)' car system and thc boys now draw their sine qua non through another channel. Thc Oregon Short Line ha* reduced the wage* of It* section hands from $1.76 to $1.45 per day. Fare and freight over the ioud remain thc same. Presiding Elder Snyder, of Helena flistriet did not attend the quarterly conference held here test Saturday and Sunday. The meetings were con ducted by the paster. It is claimed by parties who profess that Snake River Valley to know ■ north of Eagle Rcx k will have .1,000 increase of population this year. The Oregon Mortgage 0o., John Lindsay, KirIp B° f ' k ' correspondent, lias a new "ad" in to-day's News to which your attention is directed. Somebody did a foul deed this week by robbing Mr. Ja*. Briley on Black fool, of his fowls. Mr. Briley wil make them roost high if they dont bring tliem back, he knows of it The ladles of the W. U. T. U. have t he saloon keepers Rprvcd notice on Eagle Rock that that they must minors out of their places of suffer the penalties of the of keep Inisincss or tew. If Eagle Rock died when tho rajl rond shop* we« moved to Pw»l*llo there are strong sign» of a for there 1 « much stir in the grate yard. St. Louis dailies anil Boise City ., u . ,ll V| ur * n it th® same date reach . I * W U8Uullv by the same mail. A difference of 1000 or 1500 miles * Wfl " 8 to ** a 8raalî thing in the mail 8t ' rvice ' , Tba next *oi»r eclipse on New ' Vt '" r ' B da J' will take place alxiut 300 years hence. Dollars to cents that those of us who had such a splendid view of the last eclipse will not be so " , * W Y fuvorw l when the next one ro * aruui >d. In- Gutter and eggs are classed with tbe #c * rcc commodities in our local market. Whether the cow has com ! P . ,t ' U ' d ber J um P «« the moon and ' 8 : tbe hens come down from their «>lit» ' ] tic roost poles this deponent saithi j uot ! The latest reported discovery is— ! « cream buried in the eartl^veidy-lour hours turus to butter. We will wager : *•*«? discovery was made by a boy win. <lid the churning while his c : hums | • were skating on the pond dose by. j i u rllf „i 0 , . ,, , . , Brumback A Lamb. Boise capital- ; ,8t8 ' bave establish«! an agency at **** Parties wanting to bo, ,f "P r<n f i . far, ' 1 i 9 8 bould ; ,. thl . r „ 8ec tbe,r " U<1 ,n a,1 ' ' ( i T,M! 8tock of general merchandise f" UC l° n " ««nesilay ami was I ' K Ugb b > K Berryman & Bogers for f' b 5 - T hesc gentlemen are now taking an mventery of their purchase j au.l as soon as this is completed will . °Peo business. Success to Blaekfoot'» ni ' w Urtn j The infant child of Hon. and Mrs. ■ 8am ^ a - vlor ' Ku g ,l< Rock, died on the I 5 ' b i,lB î Death s biting frosts nip : f. be u ' n, * t ' ri * 8t bu< l B - but they hhxim to life again in the flowery fields of l-Mcn () . . «-Aää Pocatello anil Miss Agnes Johnson. of Blaekfoot will be married on the 20 tli of this month. , int .,,.,- tin „ | ' ' g .J n< T '". g8 ZjfuSTtTt t • « ! ! Inga were .£ hïkl Ï5Î nJJS church Wednesday and Thuildav i evenings ' „ The Boise pa|H-rs say hut little about legislative pro«*«iing 8 ; wLctb er there is but little to say or they really want to say but little this dc really want to say but little this dc ponent knoweth not The liest anodyne and expectorant for the cure of «»ids and «»ughs an.l all U,real, lung and hrenchial trouble, is. undoubtedly Ayer's Cherry Pecto ral. Ask your druggist for it, and at i I the same time for Ayer's almanac, it . fr __ . J ' Tlie weakness and debility which result frem illness may be speedily overcome by the use of Ayer a Sarsa ,»ar.lte This is a safe hut powerful tome, assiste digestion regulates the iver and kidneys, and cleanses the Wood of aU V' rmH of It is with pleasure that we call the attention of our readers to the "Gar tend Stoves and Ranges. They are acknowledged to lie the liest in tbe world, and we understand many more of them are sold than of all others in the United States. They cost no more than an inferior articie—Sold by D. 11. Be it linn, Blaekfoot. Twelve months ago the Butte Miner issued a holiday «Hl ion that won words of praise from everybody. The edition for this year is ahead of that in ever)- particular, and thc manage ment may well prepare themselves for n water-spout of praises will |x»ur down upon them pretty soon. . . ,. . . , , Lnxy Joe says—disappointments in life are heap many. Maybe so he want to go to Pocatello, no cars; may lie so lie no want to go, care all dc time. Maybe so he want, liver, beef liver, McTuoker no catch'm; maybe so he no want'm, McTucker lie catch m heap. White'r mnn lie catch'm, catch m disappointment bimoby he die. Indian ho catch'm he no die. Disap no kill Indian, soldier's pointaient gun lie kill Indian. Next week will lie an interesting atxnit thc court house. Some of the old officers will lay down their wands of authority and step down on level with their fellowmen, a common mid new men will take them up and hold the reins for the next two years. It is hard to break loose from old as sociations but the mandates of fates must lie olicyed. in the meantime, however, things will, we suppose, lie held in equilibrium by the pleasure of the inns balancing the sorrow of the outs. K. J. Wright oharginl with the kill ing of brakeman Durfcc at Pocatello few weeks ago, who himself was badly «rounded, hail a preliminary hearing before Judge Shoemaker last Wednesday and Thursday and was discharged. Attorneys Whittier. Sav idge and Reeves appeared for the prosecution and Hawley and Bible for tbe defense. The decision of the court 8etîms to have been **» aceord ? ncc with the expectations of the best lnformcd ,n the facts of tlle case. so The Methodist Sabbath School last .Sunday elected the following officers (or the year 1889: Dam Ison, Supt. M . rs ' J " • Jone8 - Asst. Supt. "■ H DaniIson, Jr., Secy. J*«* Treasurer, ' Bobert Osborn, Librarian. Mi " Murphy, Aunt Librarian. ! l.ast week The News mentioned ! tb<! hurnin S of two little daughters ot > , Ir - a " d Mrs. Merritt, on Intelopc treek. The facts as we learn them are: Tbe parents locked the little | ouc * in,ioors and went off to a dance, j " hen they returned they found the smoldering ruins of their home and ; the charred remains of their hnhics in the drills embers While father the dance the little ones were whirl ' Ing about their prison home fighting ( the flames which so soon devoured them. What a ghost to haunt those I "H," the Boise correspondent of the Halt Luke Tribune, in a late letter has the following to say alxmt our law j makers and we wonder what the- de pressing effect" was ..The holiday recess had a depress j iug effect on the members of both ■ houses, and some have been rather I late > n getting back to their places, : but roll call to-day iu the House show ®d only one member not accounted for since the new vear was ushered in —Davis of Oneida county—and it is harilly thought he will return during "• »' —• An employe of a Chicago firm stole $Ab 00 from his employers, had a pal pack him and money in a trunk and | ship them to St Louis. The trunk licing a large one the baggage muster put it on the floor of his STand piled other trunks on it, and. by so doing, i ^ " S" « at alK *ut 100 miles from Chicago the tb,ef cou,d sUnd 11 no ,on S er In a faint voice be squeal«! and it was quite awhile before the baggage mas ter could locate him. When released he was unconscious. He was in as had fix as a Georgia lover who wank I gi j e b'msclf a Christmas present f° bm lady love. To do this in keep I !"« the season he went to her boU8 ° * ,,f i orc dtt 3' 0,1 Christmas morn. SU 8 ! ) J ?nd ^ a ? uan - v ^ ronl P 01 ^ joist and then climbed up and dumj»«l himself in the sack. At day break her father's old bull dog scent t j |e j over atK j raa( j 0 f or i,i m p or twenty minutes the ardor of the young ma „' s affections were chilled by the «„„„ping of the big dog's teeth when jumping up to ^ ** sack . Bein hum , in thc 8aok he collld uot just where the bite would come in. At sunrise the old man came out and called off Bull then let thc sack down and the lover went home feeling: "Good by my love, good by." t my Snake River Canal. A meeting of all parties interested in the construction of this canal is call«! for at Hopkins' Hall. Blaekfoot, Saturday, January 19, at 1 o'clock p. in. At this meeting the surveyor and the committee on the preliminary survey will make their reports. À full attendance is earnestly desired. Personal Parairraphx. Mrs Kol»crt Anderson of Eagle Rook return«! home Taesdny from few montha visit to Kcutuckv. Attorney Bible of Pocatello pull«! our latch string this week and gave us a pleasant call. Attorney Savidge was up from I'ocatello Wednesday on professional business. Register Beane return«! from Boise to-day. Mr. Lamb of Bumback & Lamb of Boise is in town this week. Mr. John Lindsay, of the firm of Lindsay & Lindsay came down from Eagle Rock Tuesday. Young Mr. Orr, of Butte, Montana, is visiting his father Sample Orr of our town. He has been n pleasant caller at the News office. Dr. Maddox, physician and surgeon at Ross Fork, will leave for the East next week on a short leaye of absence The recent death of his father makes it imperative that he should go. His Idaho friends will hail his return with pleasure. last the the ot NOTIGE! We are making: very close Prices for cash. Come and see us it will pay you. C. Bunting & Go. in is a Mr. Thomas, Eagle Rock s popular t tailor, was down at the county capital T hursday. Dr. Beane was up from Pocatello Wednesday as witness in the Wright trial. Mrs. Holbrook wishes to inform the publie that she is selling her en tire stock at greatly reduced prices, boys clothing, boys overeoats, 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 and boys cheap and good—something new at Mrs. Holbrook's. That the Union Pacific, "thc 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. I have my fall Fall Goods in sight now and invite everyone to see them. Prices somewhat reduced, W. H. Dan ilson. NOTICE TO FAKKERS. Plenty Money to Loan on Improv ed Farms. Call on or Address: John Lindsay, Burgess House. Eagle Rock, Idaho. Wanted ! Wanted ! ! Every County Superintendent of Schools and every Teacher and School Director of each district in the re- spective counties of the terri tory to seud their address to The Idaho News, Blaekfoot Idaho. Public Notice Having (»ought out the stock of goods recently owned by West A Drumiler, we will on next week be ready for busi ness. We will sell that first class stock of goods at prices as low as the lowest and a lit tic lower. Behind the coun ter you will find the familiar face of Blackfoots most pop ular salesman, L. W. West, whose services we have been lucky enough to secure. We respectfully solicit the patron age of the people generally, and we will use you well. Give us a call. BERRYMAN & R06ERS. j i T ir»-i T ,,\vT-T-i-r-v -r-i * n »r« ; 1MPIIO V ED Jb ARMS. ! Money To Loan -ON Brumback & Lamb Of Boise City have establish«! an 1 agenev at Blaekfoot for the purpose ! of 1 loaning Money on improved farms , An\ person desiring a loan will do 1 well to call on them before going ; elsewhere. i RESTAURANT FOR SALE. i I lumislicd, with Sleeping rooms at- J tech«!. 17 Ixxls, all complete, is offer ed for sale at u bargain. Apply to Mas. STtrrrLEllX.VM. i A good paying Restaurant well Blaekfoot, Idaho. yv TJ PP TTII A TVT U» JUL. DJji JL X2 jHLLk The Place to Buy I Hardware, Glassware, Stoves, Crockery, ! Harness, Saddlery, Glassware lid Lamps, Window Shades, Wall Payer en A at at Mil FURNITURE Men'sClothing, Boots, Shoes Rubbers, Etc. -AGENT FOR THE BURS WAGONS. Morrison Plows, Omaha Barb Wire, The Garland Stoves, Domestic Machine Sewiko See This Ladies Milliwery 6m Down ttlh Mercury Gees Up Mrs- S- E* Holbrook I» making a reduction in the prices of all her millinery. Now is tbe time to buy. She has a nice lot of Millinery, -DRESS GOODS- -BOY'S HATS- -BOY'S CLOTHING- -FEATHERS- -FANS- ! of re- to Notions. and can suit you in price and quality cinot lid «ill lit be Uidersold. Odd Fellow's ( emeten . 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 l>e accommodated by making applica tion to the committee. F. W. Bkank. ) IL H. Hopkins. - Com. R J. Oshorn, \ Blaekfoot, July J3th. SEXTON | OF THK I.O.O.F. CEMETERY. Will attend to all IturiaU and ramovnl of tha Dead from MontamnKTjr'H buryinir freund. Office at Curtis Hardware Store. Kake X» Mistake. By dispelling the symptoms so often mistaken for consumption. Santa j Abie has brought gladness to many a i household. By its prompt use for breaking up the cold that often de ; vclops into that fatal disease, thous ! amis can be saved from an untimely grave. You make no mistake hv |^Âf t g5,SïRS: 1 Cure f equally cff«-tive m eradica ! t ' n « 1 al1 traces of mvsa catarrh. Both , of tbe8e womU ' r,ul California reme 1 „ -, , ; * iM>n ' tl a l>» l ' ka ^' 3 for >- 50 - i . dies are sold and warrant«! hy Behlc NOTICE TO CaSDtTOBS. Eotmte of Gust. Peterson. DNetiei. i Notice In hereby riven by the undersijrmH] I Ad ml nitM rut or tir the eetattfof (ïu»t Ketereon, deem »Ml. to creditor* t»f. «nd nil |>crMomi hav J inn cIuIuih un*ln>*t said thHH'HMMl. to exhibit MtWÄ'ÄÄ KIIIIK FRTEKSON. Admlnl»tralor.