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T HÉ IDAHO NEWS.
J1ÎI148HKD KVEKV SATURDAY JUNES, Fublluher. ^'jflV.iiipÜy attended to. _... ,'| ie ,»»!..«Bi«' «I Ulackfaot, Idaho, te|JJ|,«Bl»*l>*> ** dmmh «la» »«it manor for Job Work of any kind util l north«« TiM Gird, ooiKu Noam. v*t Mad ■*'•#** ** ra - Accomodation at 3:02 p. m. ill UNO SOUTH. tot Mail at 5 25 ra lit 10:30 p. m. I | a I I * I ififki Si • vAV/"\IO* ; Making Haim Fur Spring - Ladies mswui «way <w buyta « your sped* 5?7SJ?j!£?£S55 ITUFt ?to I— ..V uuiM jt>»> Kim». I Vcu 5T»iwi"*" u ! _ ___ tku **»k amu* a«» no* rts«iwa»™u .N«-k«wo»ia»»^ tau«< * OUd Look Out I Have -- r«r S.UOIW and am».* lb** br«< Tnm I +** un u> a. lb. MM Ihm A' i ( ■ • mm. I rntm t.«k 4ns« and und rew » «t als n Smhv sad 11 * 1 « tkrewd Carpets nrere»nt»»»n«n»i mMmdwi re a fr» Itl oiT nÜ *** i i'rerèik.»,*- iiuu-M«* h» nU nuw-v* orei eui wlilwwa *•»»* t im rvwr «re M ro« re» II uw •ré» u • OMI M< »ores« I» pures«»» I Itar» toe crek l«otdw L> |»l I !«•»• m. tmmmi louMMl. 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THE IDAHO NEWS. TERU»: «3,00 Oue Year, by mail,. Six Months. Three Months. 1,75 1,00 VOL. 3. BLACKPOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1890. , NO 45. Advertlalof rate* fornUhed on appllaation HOHE H ISC HOHE H ISC ELLAS Y. The Idaho admission bill boa been called not up In the Senate yet Boise City bas caught the contagion knowo as-real estate »loom. The range will I* better this than for many year«. The Board of Pharmacy held an ad jourued meeting Tuesday' evening. A horse broke is worth more than a bone not broke. It is not so with a man. year 8|iecial attention is called to the new **od" of Mrs. Barnhart, which (lean in to-day's paper. A public- installation of officers of the G. A. R was held in the bouse at lu o'clock Friday morniug. • Holland, of Montpelier, drew "Prigbt piano in tbe Salt Lake Herald drawiug 9tfa of April. Service* will be held in the Metho dist church uext Sunday morniug. All cordially invited to attend. ap court Regular services at tbe Baptist chun-b Sunday morning and evening Which you are cordially invited. . S»" W,U '"■K*"'" » lodge of («ood Templars at Albion. Cassia county, next Tuesday evening. Malad has organized a Board of. Trade, with I). L. Evans, president, Fnrd Thomas, treasurer, and R T. Owen«, secretary. When Wyoming semis a female *«-n*tor to the Foiled Sûtes Senate I who will be brave enough to vouch for the aecrecy of the executive ses J. B Tavlor. fortnerlv operator in the U-legrsph office at this plsce, wa« : married at Haine«, Oregon, last week I , to Mi» Alhe King i Fred Stevens. Jr., has gone to Og den to accept a poaitiuo with Paris & Tush, civil engineer» Fred's many Blackfoot friends wish him success in bis new borne. Mim Ida Keith, who spent the fall and winter with her sister. Mrs R J Osborn, left Wednesday morning to join her mother in Anaconda. Hotel J*tuffleHwam has been given the name of Tiik Reeves House, in honor of our townsman, Attorney W. f Beere» There ia Ibis difference between church keala and theatre »eats. In church«* the rewr seals are taken first, in theatres the front seat* II 0- Hark no**, of Mct'amraon.bat enroule a car load of One thorough bred Royal Belgian Percheron and French CWh Stallion*, which be will ^ fiH ulp ** hi. notice. A party over 200 miles «way wrote j this wi-ck and expressed surprise that Mr. Fred. Vogler had j Mr. Isaac Ericxon, of Colorado, ar in Blackfoot with hi* family on Thuisday afternoon hi* understood he will rêublisb a dairy farm on the weal side of Snake river. He brought some fine cattle with iiim. II* j to lesen . m , „ ' gotten married Isst week. That « sn i other case In point where one has to from home to learn the news. Hi* Excellency Governor Shoup is present at the encampment of the 0. A R and ia receiving a cordial "el I rome from his many Blackfoot friends, j The governor's friends sre legion in ' Bingham county. ! The celebrated conspiracy i the court of Oneida county were diH missed by the court, on mot.onofthe prosecuting attorney, upon the ( 3 rar nt of fines, by the partie» chargeil. aggregating «1300. I John Montgomery Jr. who recently located in Salt Lake City baa been elected secretary of the Ileal Estate Exchange of that city. Our young friend will fill Hie bill, and ts 'worth.! „f the trust*, early bestowed upon him. The Sabbath school entertainment the M K. Church Easter evening was a pleasing suocesa in numbers „resent and in the efforts of the class that gave the entertainment The programme was entirely or, 8'"* was well rendered. The einas roc many compliment* and <hs< ruNl t «II ' Gov Shoup appeals to the of the Territory to observe ArtH.r day of the 1 e Blackfoot people » *, if the proclamation was should ' I" * lf th v wl |l do h u .Tm within five wars for the thank blm wlth w)| 3 ^ pr „ lg0 proclamation « ^ themselves for plant. 8 Kdgorton, Kansas. elecUsl » ticket; mayor, polloj J vill bo ci'men. Tur»day. K" ! cases in ..I mean enough to say that's petticoat government. Shame. How do the elections of the week at Milwaukee, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Fort Wayne, Coh'rnbus, Helena, and the other small towns in ihe western political zodiac strike you us high? But then you ueedn't exp.-ess yourself until November; we can afford to wait House cleaning days, the "tiredest" of the year, have come, aud while our neat and tidy ladies are cleaning, ar ranging aud beautifying in doors, our men ought to be plying the paint brush on the outside and planting shrubbery and trees on the lot s The man who is going down hill is not only helped by aequaintences and the laws of gravitation but he meets lots of people with their noses turned up. The fact is turnod-up-noses are mostly visible to people on the down ward road. The individual woman makes the self-made woman; the dress maker makes the tailor made; Old Time makes the simple maid aud the man is made -to git" who dares to call one an old maid. .. „ _ Bu ®K» rncr . of Haysville, North Carolina, father of Bumgarner broth MS on west side of Snake river, is ex |>eeted to reach Idaho with his family May 1st, and will make it his future koine. Mrs W. C. Johnson and daughter and Mrs. Ed Creswell of Blackfoot and Mr«. George Roa of Camas, went «town to Pocatello Sunday to attend Kpi*«pal services by Bishop Talbott, The Bishop, however, did not reach Pocatello in time for services. Mr. and Mr«. W. G. Stufflelieam, I'^prietors of The Reeves House, «» ve an enjoyable dauce Tuesday , vl ' n '"P of ,lm wet -' k II wa8 lftr K°b' attended, and every*»odvspeaks words of piatae of mine boats for tbeir oejur tesies and attentions to their guests present Tbe Ogden Paint Co. anticipating a building boom in Blackfoot this season advertises its paints in The News this week. The company band ies as good paints as can he found in the market, we have tried them and speak by the card. The W. C. T. U. of Blackfoot gave their regular monthly entertainment at the Baptist church Tuesday even ing. Mrs. D. H. Beithan presided. The programme was an interesting one, but owing to tbe opening ball at The Reeves House the attendance was not as large as it otherwise would have been. At the close of tbe enter tainment five accessions were made to the Union. The following town officers for Eagle Rock were elected at Monday's election: Trustees ?. F. Taylor, D. F. Cham berlain, W. H. R. Crow, Thos. Brinson and W. W. Keifer. Clerk— R R Winn. Treasurer—J. H. Kiefer. Attorney— S. C. Winters. jjanilial— C. J. Miller, Pocatello elected the following municipal ticket at Monday's election: Trustees—C. 8. Smith, John G. Brown, R P Kimball, J. H. Shuffle berger, K. D. Williams. Clerk—Ed Hasey. Treasurer—John Myers Marshal—James Seanlan. Assessor and Collcctor-J. 8. Camp bell Jr. Magistrate—A. W. Fisher. Attorney— E. P. Blickenaderfer. wildie, of the Boise Statesman, [)0W (n yVashington, must be a rustler ^ (rom ,, away buck," but from "away beyond the way back." Before be had thrown a single snow bail at „ „ingle boy in a single winter of , (U ho It was given out that he was ^ havi , n Consulate to some faraway ntry w | 1R re snows are never known. Later in.w it is reported from Wash ing ro n that ho ia soon to marry a w ^ hl#gtrn Imlle who is practicing first steps on the society carpet, t a foreign appointmon» from a rü ^ ltory wh ore ho had nerer seen t | lC suu ri»«-' 3C5 times, then go to the Ttic Sabbath School children of the churches in Blackfoot can do much to improve their respective church grounds. Suppose each class to plant one tree and water and for it this year. Next year the churches would be nestled away in nice little groves. Trees could be here at borne. Different yari i«o were care gotten dies can be bought at a cost of from 25 to 50 cents each which would not amount to a nickle a piece to the scholar«, and these trees could be planted and made living monuments to the little workers. What class will l>c first to carry out the suggestion? Let us know that we may publish the name and number. capital of the nation, and get into the | best society the first half season and win a reigning belle requires a rustler from "the way beyond," and "they do say" that Wildie is that rustler. No body ever saw the like before. Not even our honored governor who has been a success all along could climb over the boys that fast. Public Entertainment. George H. Thomas Post of G. A. R. will give a public entertainment in the court house in honor of their vis iting comrades this, Friday afternoon, at 4:30 o'clock, sharp. The citizens of Blackfoot and surrounding country are cordially invited to attend. The Idaho Canal Company. One of the most gigantic schemes ever set on foot tor opening up and de veloping the agricultural lands of Bingham county was the organization of The Idaho Canal Company with a capital stock of $500.000. The officers of the company are L. £. Hall, Salt Lake City, president; J. A. Clark, Eagle Rock, Engineer aud Secretary; W. W. Peat, Salt Lake City, Treasurer, and C. C. Tautphus, Eagle Rock, Supt. of Construction. The canal is to be taken from Snake river at a point between Market Lake and Eagle Rock and will run in an easterly direction towards the foothills, thence southerly until it reaches a point on Blackfoot river not very far from the town of Blackfoot. The work of construction is tobe completed this year of 1890. The company advertises for bids of construction in another column of to day's News to which the attention of the public is called. G. A. R. Encampment. The Third Annual Encampment *f The Grand Army of The Republic, Depart ment of Idaho, in Session at Black foot. About Forty Visiting Com rades Present. A Munira le and Public Entertain ment, this Friday Evening, To be followed by a Banquet at The Reeves House. h The stare and stripes float from the flag staff on the dome of the coort bouse and the measured tread of the soldier is heard on the streets of Blackfoot. The Third Annual En campment of tbe G. A. K. of the De partment of Idaho, ia in session, and the old veterans, called together from the cities, towns, mining camps and ranches of Idaho are mingling togeth er in soldierly love, aud are living over again for the few days their sol dier life as lived in the stormy sixties. North Idaho sends down her delega tion, Central Idaho sends hers, and Southern Idaho welcomes them all with the truest and warmest hospital ity. Wednesday evening, and the days of Thursday and Friday were spent in consideration and discharge of the regular routine of business that called tbe order together. Of course this business is not to be given to the public. Thursday afternoon the fol lowing officers were elected for the ensuing year: Commander— W. T. Riley, Hailey. Senior Vice Commander—Judson Spoford, Boise City. Junior Vice Commander—E. A. Jeanyquet, Salmon City. Medical Director— H. L. Becraft, Pocatello. Chaplain—C. A. Clark, Boise City. COUNCIL ADMINISTRATORS. F. W, Coolidge, Shoshone. J. L. Underwood, Montpelier. Albert Otto, Murray. George Parsons, Hailey. M. A. Gordon, Bellevue. K. S. Whittier, Blackfoot; was elec ted representative to the National Encampment to be held at Boston. Upon the adjournment of the En campment a public entertainment will bo given the comrades in the court house and this will be followed by a grand banquet at The Reeves House. We go to press this, Friday afternoon, loo-early to publish the closing exer cises but we know our local Post has prepared a programme that cannot fail to please the visiting comrades and, at the same time, one that will reflect credit upon its own member«. I WARRAST CALL. COCKTT TRaASPRKB'S OlTlC«, I ninokfoot, Idaho. April ltt-h, 1K0. \ XTOTICR in hereby iriven that the following iN ntnfrhnm County Warrant« will be paid upon presentation with Interest thereon to date If presented within sixty (80) days from date of this notice, luterest will ©ease from and after this date. OSNKHAL. FVND. July lUh, MH». No«. 410 to 487, Inclusive. October IT, 1SM». No«. 4:is to 4M, lnelu»tva. Spkcial Fund. October 17. 1SH». No«. 49 to 54. Inclusive. January 15, HW, No«. 1 to 5, Inclusive. C. H. W1IEKLKH. Trea»urtr of Lllnthum County. _ _ ^sTO"\X7" OUST T'T^ TH T?.0 /\ T"*) æ aooos fi! Worth of bran new dry goods, cash meres, mohairs, outing'cloth, sack ings, zeypher ginghams, sateens, cballies, ladies' blouses, street walking jackets, jerseys, silk shawle8, India linen, new embroidries and many other things too uum tq mention in the t drygoods line l i i « at i One Thousand Dollars Worth of Crockery-wares, Lamps, etc. «500 worth of Carpets, Rugs, etc., etc.. Dont fail to see our goods before purchasing else where as we are offering a large and well selec stock of the above goods to choose from and our Prices as low as the Lowest. C. BUNTING & CO . >h For Only Thirty Days More.' >-< » CLOTHING OTrercosuts And ZEPsunts AT? FIRST GOST. To Quit that Line of Business. A Large Stock on Hand. Gent's Ladies and Children's Wool Hosiery at Cost, also overshoes h In Addition To Above * I have just received a nice line of notions, consisting of side comb«, fancy hair pins, ribbons, laces and embroidery. New goods are arriving daily. I have the largest and most complete line of ladies' and childrens' wear and will sell as cheap as the cheapest. I will still remain in business and wish my customers to remember the place is the Brick Store. Mrs. S. E. Holbrook. H. G. GUYNN & COMPANY, 3 ?oca/tell©, a.To-o Branch House Larimie, Wyo. Main House, Chicago We are paying Chicago prices for all kinds of Hides, Sheep Pelts and Furs, less freight. Those having large lote to offer notify us aud our buyer will come to your place and pay cash for same. We will treat shippers fair. Our facilities for handling sheep pelts are unexcelled. Quotations furnished by mail or telegraph. Shipping tags and rope furnished free. H. G. Guynn & Co. Do Not Fail to Examine The Immense Stock of Clothing, Immense line of medium priced Clothing. Immense line of cheap, but good Clothing. Immense line of Shirts, Tias, Gloves, and Collars. Immense line of Furnishings, Hate, Boots and Shoes. If you want a nice wide comfortable Shoe I can suit you. Finest Line of Shoes In Bingham County. Do not fail to call and examine this stock at D. H.BIRTHAN'S PAINTS And Painter's Supplies. The best assorted stock of GLvA©S glass Glass In the iuter-mountaiu region. Illuminating and Lubricating Oils. OGDEN PAINT, OIL & GLASS CO«