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Idaho news. (Blackfoot, Idaho) 1887-1891, February 08, 1890, Image 5

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W. L. BUSWELL.
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So. 371, Twenty Fourth »L
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The Chicago. Milwaukee A St Paul
iil«ay i* the only line running solid
loiibulol, Klcctric Lighted and
bun Bra ted trains between Chicago,
liltiukec. Sl l*aul and Minneapolis.
,Tfc» Chicago. Milwaukee it St. Paul
Uiisay is the only line running Solid
rotibuici. Kle*trie Lighted and
taua Beate» l train* twtwcen Chicago,
I Blut!» and Omaha.
THE UStf OSE.
MBCI
The berth reading lamp feature in '
bt Pullmtn Sleeping Ca» run on
be line» is pateotod, and cannot be
^ Wy other lUilway Corn,mny
*T To i^and'"^ convinced* 1 |
ht farther parti i-nlara apply to the j
Mit»i coupon ticket agent, or ad
rw J W Ca»kt. Tree IWr Agent,
is 33 Stark St. Portland, Ora. '
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[tah ('entrai Ry.
PUmr Um 01 Btlk,
Ntkcs close connection with Utah !
i Northern Railway for Kail Lake and
3 point* in Central and Southern
Rk First « las» equipment, good
wd bed. and is noted for good lima,
•My tad regularity
JOBS SHARP, FRANCIS COPK
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ltd »II Goods in That Line Send to i
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SNTDER. ROBINSON
HARDWARE CO.
Oirdcn rtah.
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»■ASHry BROS,
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B'holeaale and Retail
to, Siloes
AND—
"■ta'i TmIi, Lntlif IN FINhc»
ïf»il Orders Promptly Filled.
''»UCIOKT: KOKTH MAI* STRUT,
»«DEN
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els
ON SALE
VO JtJISU
PRINCIPAL points
e ast, west,
ÜgkTH and SOUTH
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^LACKFOOT
KCKET OFFICE
ft B, 0OZIBR AGENT,
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Will it Pay you to Trade with the
UNION MERCANTILE GO, OGDEN UTAH?
WHY?
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YES IT WILL
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Because you get 10 cans of the best com for
" " choice peas for
14 pounds of the best prunes for
26 bars of Lenox Soap for $1, 26 lbs oat meal 1.00
$ 1.00
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Canned Goods cheaper than was oversold before.
Mail Orders will receive prompt attention.
Everything else at same figure.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
' 3JfO and 341,25th Street.
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Mn<a>l>M(( u„,
* n lb J K* v * me the none that 1
breathed through lut night! Bring
**•«* the »mellt r th»t two day» ago
knew uot the torment of continual
blow. Wipe from my mattache the
moisture of sneeze, put wooden splints ;
my poor weakened kueea, rub my
red nose u you nave oft before, with
tallow, dear mother; oh it is *o
Backward, flow backward, oh, tide of
the nose. 1 am so tired trout my
; head to my toe«, tired out with mop
I p»ng and coughing and sneezing;
! weary from baudkerchiefa constaotlv
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acre.
seizing. I have grown weary of sniffle
and anutr, of wiping my bugle until
; it is rough. Stick my poor head in
a (tig pillowslip, and sew it up moth
er . j jj #ve the la gripjje—Atchison
0to .
W11.L1M* TO PAT FOR AMICE.
A Tmui Lawyer Who knew Hew ta
Appreciate a KMmm.
Milwaukee Wisconsin: When l).
' K. Tenney was admitted to the bar he ;
waa one of the "boys." He enjoyed a 1
KOod ( j (ne u w j| Man y one and many I
^ #loriM( w told >bout him . It j
| i* »aid that on one occasion he went
j to a country dance near Madison and
tiecame smitten with one of the coun
ifl ^ He daoced wiUl ber nw | v
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all eyening. regardless of the fact
; that a certain ail footer In the room
kept watching him threateningly.
Finally a friend approached.
I •■Dan/ he said, "do you ace that
big fellow on the other aide of the
! room?"
Yea.
I »-Well, he's going to lick the life ;
i out of you."
j -What for?" aaked Tenney.
I "Tou'va been dancing with hia girl
I all the evening.''
I -I didn't know It What shall I do?"
-Well, if were you I'd put on my
J coat and make a sneak for home. I 'd
from here just as quick as
get away
I could."
The embry o lawyer said never a
I word but reached down in hia pocket
I and pulled out a «2 MIL
What are you doing?" aaked bis
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Take it."
I don't want any money."
-Take it," wpwdcd Tenney.
»ken «5 for a blamed sight worse
advice than that.
'I've
' The 8t Louis Republic ha*
reeled another one of Gen. W. T. Sher
: man's private letters on the negro
question. This lost one was Written
Goldsboro, N. C., on March 24,
friend in 8L Louis. He
»I am a licUer Judge of
is right and proper touching the
negro with whom I deal hourly, than
Ben Butler. Sam 0i<,di "K 8 ' '° r h
mere theorist, dealing with the hypo
thelical negro of their own creation.,,
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1865, to a
then said:
what
»Irft those who love nigroes
than whit»** follow me, and we «'
who loves his country best. A
nigger, as such, is a «"M excellen
Sw but he is not fit to marry, to
aasix iatc or to vote with me or mine.
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Another Man Hoag
«looking by the chimney
D. M. Ferry « y» , free
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Th!» is the most useful of °
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DALTON, NYE & CANNON,
DEALERS IN
PIANOS AND MUSIC,
ZMCtoäIcslI l3n.stno^!Q.er2-ts
School Books and Mormon Church Works a Specialty.
2407 Washington Avenue,
Ogden, Utah.
MILLITSTE
Latest and Fashionable Millinery
AT MRS. CHRISTY'S
No. 31, Wool First Sot Streit, Salt Lake City, Utah.
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Your Mall Orders will Receive Prompt Attention.
Idaho people will find the Latest Désigna and Trimmings at this Popular
Establishment. Ladies visiting the City are invited to call and see me.
Wm. DRIYER & SON
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WHOLESALE
DRUGS AND LIQUORS
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Ogden,
Utah.
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BTMail ordert solicited and filled the day reeeived_jg
THE PIONEER DRUG STORE,
Wm H BEHLR, & SON,
DRUGS AND -f MEDICINES.
• Headlight Oil, Benzine, Turpentine, Paints. Oils ;.
• Putty, Varnishes, Glass. Paint Brushes, Toilet ; tobaccos :
: Articles, Stationery, Patent Medicine, Candy, etc :.
; CIGAR»,
Best Alcohol Wine And Liquors
( for medical purposes, Fancy Goods, Perfume Cologne,
* W'riting Inks. Physicians Prescriptions and Family Re
( eipes carefully compounded at all hours, day or night
JäfiTSpectacles a Specialty.
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Tansiir* Punch 5 and 10 cent eigars.
|STI)r. Behle's Office is at the Pioneer Drug Storey
BLACKF00T IDAHO
MAIN ST11KKT,
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EACLE ROCK, IDAHO.
Comm on Sense Bob Sleigh and Cutters Mitch ell and
Bain Farm and Spring H agons, Buggies, Carts and
Backboards, Oliver and Gale Chilled Plows,
lohn Deere Moline Steel Plows, New Deal, Doublt and Thribble Gang Plows
SÏlphTS Casmidy Sulky Plows, Hanows, Cultivators, and Grain Drills,
Feed Cutters, Giinders and anything in tho Implement Line. Full and
complete stock ot native and imported
Lumber, Shingles, and Building Materials,
Boors Windows and Blinds, Hardware, Iron, Nails, Horse Shoes Finished
and unfinished Wagon Material. Complete stock of Harness, Saddles and
Bridies and extras for same. Headquarters for hay, gram, Produce and
seeds, etc. when In the market. Parties wishing to purchase anything
in out line will do well to get our prices before purchasing, a* wo
ship moat goods in car lots and being the largest house In Idaho
of this kind we are never undersold. Barb Wire a specialty.
a-. Or, -WTE3»3-XXV,2vfngrr
POCATELLO, IDAHO.
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FINE LINE OF
Furniture, Wall Paper, Lumber,
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Hard-ware, 3Pa.lm.ts, Oils,
AND—'—>
BUILDING MATERIALS.
All mail orders will be promptly filled. Try us.
L. A. WEST, Manager.
STOVES
-sxEA^LY BREAKFAST*
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faultless Stoves
Are warranted to be the best bakers and heaters in the world.
Fully ten thousand of these stoves have been sold in Utah and are
giving the very best satisfaction. Write for prices, etc., to the
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Consolidated Implement Co. Ogden, Utah.
J. F. BURTON, MANAGER OGDEN BRANCH.
H. DIIVWOODEY
FURNITURE, WALL PAPER,
Carpets, Etc.
Largest House of the kind West of the Missouri
Ctawti Prices.
_aarar
37 to 43, W. First South Street,
Henry Dinwoodey,
SALT LAKE SITY
THE -A-UST GELTTS.
Costliest Picture in the World.
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This n>Mt«rpl«c* by Ww (rest French painter, Jean Franco!« Millet, way purchased at
.'.action in Pari* last cummer by the American Art Association of New Vont. Thseost,
tlieoou and duties, amounting In alt to about SiMVO0,woa nearly MflOs square Ineh, a* the
picture Is only lSxil Inobee In ai*e. Tute U the higheet price ever paid for a aiagle picture.
A Beautiful Photo Etchtn*. as represented above, the full site of the ordinal. In which the
(Testest aare and artistic abUlty have been employed to reproduce all tho beauties of tbs
painting, ha« been prepared specially to be scat at a free premium to every annual sub
scriber of the weekly edition of
THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC
A oopy of tble etching on flit* plat« paper, 9(x3S Inobe* ln all«, will b« sont fr««,
postage prepaid, to «very annual subscriber after November 1, 188S.
TEEMS:
Th* Weekly Republic, with Premium Picture, SI a Year.
nr Sample copy and premium «heet «ent free to any ad d re ss. Usual uommlaaioa allowed
postmaster* and outer authurUed ugouu. Address
THE REPUBLIC,
ST. LOUIS, MO.

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