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THE IDAHO NEWS.
fl$fcISHKD EVERY 8ATUBDAY
g 9 l I'A N J O N K 8, Publisher,
onien for Job Work of any kind
w ill b* Promptly attended to.
»t Ui« at lli.rkfoot, Idaho,
fJ^aaoilMion.fc» seeood oi*». mail matlor
Utah & Jlortlw rn Tim Cirri,
OOIHU NORTH,
fast Me*t at 4 . JO a. m.
AcfomotlatioH at 3:02 p. m.
IIOINO SOUTH
Past Mail at 5:25 a. in.
ji K ftimmxlation at 10.30 p. u.
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Mäkln« H'Jora Tor
Spring Goods.
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Curtains

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Wanted
5000 lbs.Potatoesi
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F«r Kale.
T*'*f ta Ito fart of mjr kntn* famllr tot«»
toniinbi, redne«I m numtore. I rtfa* for
KW** ItoltevlMr i.-iiriM all tn *««» ooodUloo
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Jons Morren«»»?.
Mterkf-.I. Idaho
come & SEE
YW bleat Styles of Trimmings, La
dles', Roy»' and Mianea
-TO,
prices to suit the most fastldeou* (
A1 *° * nies line of mull embroidered
Dress-:-Goods
2
•od Plain White Good».
Praaa-Maklqg
Mttifartlnn *nar»nt«HHl A»r
•inï™* »oov»«r * «Irr** bjr *»mpl*
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A. E. BARNHART,
THOEOl'GHBKKD 8TAI.LI0.18.
J?«" will arrive at my place at
"®C»mmon, Idaho, on or about April
I®. 1890, one car load of Royal
■JW*® Percheron and French Coach
'*f a Hhbred Stallions which will be
figure« and
«Allintereited In tho breeding of
V**** *houId call and examine tlie»c
r** m they will bo tho best lot of
raofooghhred Stallion» that
'"Ported fcto Idaho.
ns
reasonable
on
■?
were ever
B 0 Habkneiw.
The Idaho News
jTHE IDAHO NEWS.
term*:
One Year, by mail,
Six Months,.
Three Months,.
53,00.
1,75
VOL. 3.
HLACKFOOT, IDAHO,
1,00
SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1890.
NO 46.
HOUE MISCELLA NY.
Adrf'rtffrfDrirwubetfitfTiiahod on •ppliouUor»
HOUE MISCELLA NY.
Plant shade trees and then talk
trees to your neighbor.
The docket for the May term of
«ourl promises to be a crowded one.
The fourth annual encampment of
the G. A. R will be held at Shoshone.
Pocatello e ; building boom
m full bloom/
is now
Chillis mail between Antelope and j
Grouod U * lil > c * rrl ®d on ,
.i «leigbs.
to I _ ,
he
ly
for
one
or
of
the
was
his
just
ed
and
can
any
wiil
Era miniug camp is still dull as
dead o winter.
Rev. Mr. Lyons will bold
*t Eagle Rock Sunday.
The L' P. Ry. Co. will make $150,
000 worth of improvements iu Onden
this year.
If Ogden will just do the New Or
leans aet in the Mardi Gras Carnival
it will be the biggest thing in the West
1 ni ted States Attorney Wood came
1 over from Boise Wednesday on busi
neas pertainiug to bis office.
Miss Cora Sill having closed her
, school at Lyman, is again at borne in
! Blackfoot
services
Beane A Kunkel have a new office
sen mm the street and opposite the U.
Î8. Laud Office.
Henry Dipple is making extensive
(reparations for a fruit and vegeta
tn* We garden this season.

I
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Brilksn's new brick store will soon
, tie looking down upon the old wood
| an wareioom near by It
Hundreds of seres will be added to
; the alfalfa fields in the vicinity of
Blackfoot this season.
| The Good Templara have several
°* w members to initiate at their reg
«« ular meeting halurdsy evening.
• ' ®
: Ye publisher of The News it doing
the growing cities of Salt Lake and
j Ogden this week.
Judge and Mrs. Morgan bave re
f">® • *'*'l Y> Mend« in f»«»'
old Illinois home.
CW Eichelberger, of the Herald,
fw, Pocatello, dropped in to aee us while
I* . m _,
in town Tuesday.
Mrs C. W. Berryman haa been
I , . , .1^«
quite nick during the week and also
j \| tM Benjamin who bu typhoid
fevei.
The barefoot«! boy bas made his
appearance, next week the bandaged
toe will toll of a mother'« care for the
darling boy.
Emigrant trains are on the road
again Tbis is another sign of spring.
■ Numerous detac.bmvnta have pass«)
through Blackfoot this week.
j Mr* Jjle Bassett and children are
i visiting relatives in Salt Lake City.
Jule will wear the weeds of widower
hood for two or three months.
j James Fiaber of our town haa been
I gjven the appointment of farmer at
Fort Hail Indian School He enter
ed upon bis duties Monday.
Cattle in BDckfoot and Snake river
now make up a square
yallcva can
meal a day from the tender gras* that
peepetb from under the »age brush.
Rev Mr. Stull organized a lodge of
Good Teroplare at Albion, Monday
evening with twenty-five charter mem
So the good work still goes on.
bera.
Tbla la censua year. Old maids who
are uncertain abort their age ought to
make arrangement» for long fishing
excursions.
Mi« Jennie McConnell came down
Butte City, Friday, and is re
cordial welcome to BlacK
(
oeivlng a
foot again.
The country surrounding Blackfoot
will soon be dotted over with nice lit
2 £ 2 « T1,e * m : ount 0
lumber going to the country is won
derful.
G W. Reeves, brother of mir town»
STSrfc' "T'"" 1 '»"l* llu ' r
!y. majority of 116 vote».
Surinff flower* are pe^ploS ,
y* S !L«a here and there, and
PW re ?few SdUlato». a» modeaUy
toons « f« w neeninff up for the
the flower», peep"'» u,
coming election.
r Bunting & Co. are moving into
C. B"" 1 '"« » |ndv who peeped
their new »UM«. A w ,j , w R daisy,'
full
sion
court
top
and
A.
people
ed
bond
open
offered
sessor
word."
see
in
ns
Idaho.
Vi -iti°Ä d 7 - their hom ' ,
encamp'"«" 1 ' » f lho onterUin
■? cnt tflA Ofoqrtown.1
Grorge
Ï wenty-two prig 0ners escaped from
Spanne FaHs jaU Sunday night. 8ome
re r< c aptured. None have escaped
from the black foot jail
present management.
of
of
under the
As a proof of i
improvements going
in the country around Illackfoot,
Judge Hopkins has sold more than
double the quantity of lumber sold
this date last
on
til
year.
The new bell for the M. E. Church
after lingering at the way stations
and side trucks along the route for
long a time, has at last arrived, and
will soon be at home in the church
belfry.
Ikv. Mintzer, recently appointed
superintendent of the Lemhi Indian
school, has moved from Salmon City
•o the agency and will proceed to
ganize the school in good shape for
the fail term.
Commencing April 22, the Union
Pacific company will inaugurate a se
ries of home seeker's excursions from
Omaha to all points in Idaho, Utah,
Wyoming and Montana.
A United States inspector of Land
j O®«*« spent lust week in Blackfoot
, He * ave ">e office here a tboiough
inspection, and of course found ever v
, hiag up to Umjto Sam , 8 UHt<; i
Special Land Agent Matthews has
moved into bis new home, a recent
purchase, and is putting the grounds
in nice lawn-like shape. That's the
kind of enterprise that adds beauty
to towns.
When men collect together and
bask in the warm sunshine on the
sunny sides of the streets in early
springtime does it go to show that
their wives an, cleaning house and
making gardens at home.
G. G. Wright, manager for the Co
Op Machine Co., at Eagle Rock,
married to an Ogden lady last week,
and Tn* News trusts that ever bloom
ing roses may be found all along their
pathway of life.
J. 8. Harrison, of Wabash, Indiana,
started April 10 to walk to San Fran
cisco, a distance of 3,000 miles in 65
dsys on a wager of 16,000. He thinks
he will get there. Two judges on horse
back accompany him.
Postmaster Barrett, of Salt Lake
City is not progressive enough for
the growing city. His office has not
kept pace with the improvements,
hence be is ordered down and o-u-t.
out What an excuse.
Day is dawning. A Tennessee judge
has decided that a hotel cannot legal
ly charge a guest for fire in his room,
bolding that the house agreed to
make him comfortable when it opened
for public business. You hear that.
(Immissionen Carter and King
bave held the fort this week, Com
missioner Hickey being present only
one day. "The King's business needs
attention," but wbo is king the county
or the railroad?
The Grand Army men made one
mistake when in encampment at
Blackfoot They did not invite Gen.
Alger to be present He is on a tour
of visitation to the encampments in
the West
Conobessman Randall's last word
was "mother.
family were near be always addressed
his wife by thst endearing term, and
just as life was ebbing away ht look
ed up into her face and said-mother,
and then fell on sleep.
Dr. W. H. Behle has recently pur
chased a nice horse and buggy and
can now attend to his country calls at
any hour day or night. At night be
wiil tie touud at his residence on
Second street
'Tis the devil sends the strong
March wind
That blows the skirts so high.
But an angel sends the clouds of
dust
That blinds the bad man's cyo.
as
in
so
or
was
to
in
en
When none but the
Stenographer Joe Miller is now a
full fledged lawyer, boru to the profes
sion during the Bear Lake term of
court There 1» plenty of room at the
top for Idaho lawyer», and wo want to
Joe's optics turned on that place.
Blackfoot Glee Club purposes a
musical concert In the very near by
and by.
mented for its good music at the G.
A. R. entertainment, ami it» home
people will no doubt present a crowd
ed house when the eveniug for the
concert rolls round.
When Billy Woodin offered his
bond for nppeal iu the Chamberlain—
Woodin coutest case his opponents
required his bondsmeu to appear iu
open court and justify. When Guhoen
offered his bond for the office of as
sessor his opponents said "nary a
word." Sec the different«;
in
of
our
in
see
rhe Club was much eompli
N G. Smith, one of those who at
tended the O. A. R.
encampment at
Illackfoot, returned borne last even
ing. Mr. Smith says the entertain
ment was the finest he ever saw in
Idaho. There was a glee club of six
teen citizens who furnished excellent
music and the supper at the Reeves
House could not have been excelled
at any hotel in Idaho. He is very en
thusiastic in relation to the
lion.—Statesman.
recep
Full proceedings of the board of
county commissioners w|U appear
next week. The board had not com
pleted its laliors when we were pre-,
paring to go to press this week. One
thing we know they have done ' that
will 1« gratifying to the people, that
is; they have reduced taxes from 2.95
to 2.75. The reduction is small it is
true, bat any reduction is good and
this is one of the small favors that
will be thankfully received.
A widower with several children
num
married a widow with an equal
her. In the course of years they adt'
ed others to the numbers already
band. One day the father and rnotl -
er heard a racket in the yard and the
father rushed out to learn the
Returning into the bouse the mother
asked what was the matter aud the
father said: "My children and your
children are pounding our children
like blue blazes."
cause.
W hen a boy hardly in his teens, or
a young man as for that, learns to
address old men. old enough to be
their grandfathers by tbeir given
family names as—"Bob," "
"Smith" or "Brown," and to call yoi n «
ladies familiarly by their given
without prefixing the Miss they have
taken a higher degree in the school of
etiquette than was ever taught in our
school. There is a trite ol
which says—familiarity breeds
tempt, aud that must be the kind of
familiarity meant The highest de
gree in the same school is for a boy
to speak of nis father and mother
the "old man" aud "old
his brothers and sisters as "kids" and
"pups.
gree he is at tht top.
or
John,
names
maxim
con
as
oman" and
When a boy takes that de
Board Of Pharmacy.
An adjourned meeting of the Board
of Pharmacy was held in the office of
Behle & Son, Blackfoot, Tuesda},
April 15. Dr. J. B. Beane, Pres.,
Dr. W. B. Beide Sec 'y and Dr. Mitch
ell, present Much business was trans
act«!. Certificates to practice phar
macy were granted the following :
Dr. J. H. Beane, R. Furnish, Jos.
Kelly. R, P. Sims, Wm. Jackson and
F. P Sector, Pocatello; L. C. Eastman,
Soda Springs; Dr. W. H. Behle and
A. C. Behle, Blackfoot; R Payne,
Eagle Rock; and a minor certificate
to M. J. Stone, Beaver Canon. Next
meeting will be held at Blackfoot, 20th
of May.
Pocatello Appraisement».
The Commissioner of the General
Land Office has instructed commis
sioners George Dash, Samuel Pritch
ard and W. P. Ramsey to proceed
with the appraisement of the lots and
improvements thereon in the town of
Pocatello. No improvements made
since the passage of the bill are to be
considered. Who is sufficiently post
ed on the improvement of the town as
to know all the buildings erected
prior to the passage of the bill and
all erected since. The commissioners
certainly will not and many cf the
owners themselves will not know the
exact time they were made. The long
lapse of time since the passage of the
bill and the frequent transfers of
property, it seems to us, will open a
flood gate of litigation that will bring
in a harvest to some attorneys. We
congratulate our neighbors that
other long delayed step has been tak
en towaros giving them what they
should have had long time ago.
HU
Major Gallagher, of Pocatello, who
has on hand one of the largest a best
selected stocks of general merchandise
in all southern Idaho, this week, fav
ored the Better Half of The News
household with an elegant assortment
of preserves, Jellies, pickles, sauces,
and other condiments of the best
brands known in tho eastern markets.
These articles were of the creme de la
creme of their kind ami the Major's
kind remembrance and favor merit
our appreciation, our thanks. When
in Pocatello give him a call and you
will be surprised at the mammoth
stock with which his new store is
crowded.
Seed Potatoes.
Buy your Seed Potatoes of Mrs.
Shelbourn in the Post office building
at
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Worth of bran new dry goods, cash
meres, mohairs, outing cloth, sack
ings, zeypher ginghams, sateens,
■challies, ladies' blouses, street
walking jackets, jerseys, silk
sbawles, India linen, new
embroidries and many
other things too num
to mention in the
dry goods line
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One Thousand Dollars
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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
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Prices as low as the Lowest.
C. BUNTING & CO .
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For Only Thirty Days More. - >-s
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CLOTHING
Overcoats And nPannts
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
In Addition To Above
I have just received a nice line of notions, consisting of side combs, fancy
hair pins, ribbons, laces and embroider} - . New goods arc arriving daily.
I have the largest and most complete line of ladies' and childrens' wenr
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.
5
H.
G. GUYNN & COMPANY,
^ooatollo, Id.o3a.o
Branch House Larimie, Wyo. Main House, Chicago
We are paying Chicago prices for all kinds ot Hides. Sheep Pelts and Furs,
less freight. Those having large lots to offer notify us and 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 furnish«! 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, Ti«s, Gloves, and Collars.
Immense lino of Furnishings, Hats, Boots and Shoes.
If you want a nice wide comfortable Shoe I can suit you.
Finest Line of Shoes In Bingham County.
Do not tail to call and examine this stock at
D. H. BIRTH ANS.
WARRANT CALL.
VIGO.
Co it MTV Tmcaborkb's Omne, 1
niaokfiHit, Iitnho. April 12th, ISM. |
XTOTTCK la hereby given that the following
■i.» Bingham County Warrants »ill be pahl
upon presentation with Interest thereon to
«late If presented within sixty (t»l days fro»»
date of this notiee. Inter«.«»! will oease feutu
and after this date.
The thoroughbred Stallion, Vian, will
8tan<l the season at my ranch on Bluc k
foot river, three miles south of town,
commencing May 1st, 1890.
TERMS—$2iJ.OO CASU.
PrnionK»—Vtg«> by lnip«<rte«l lliu.nri.
DAM—Annto Lexington by Oun LtiXtauwav
Color, dapple brown, wt'ight 1225 lbs,
FRED s srr.VEXS,
Gknkhai. Fcxd,
July llth, IS»». No». 410 IU 1ST. htehislve.
October 17, Isa». Nos. 4»t Vu44d, inclusive.
SpgetAi. IVsa
Ootober 17.1«SR. Noe. 4» to 54, Inclusive.
January 15. INK', Nos Ito6. Inclusive.
C. 14. WHKÇLEU,
Treasurer «it lUnghain,County.

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