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Card From Chairman Jewett,
To the Democracy of Indiana:
Complete returns from last Mon- [
day's election disclose most gratify -1
ing results. Out of the 1,012 town-1
ships, into which the state is divided, j
you have carried 608, fining 118
township trustees, and havÇ a majori
ty on the total vote of 17, »00. You
have carried 64 of the 92 counties,
and have been successful at Indian
apolis, Fort Wayne, Evansville, Terre
Haute, New Albany, Lafayette, and
almost every important city and town
in the state. The credit for these
achievements is due to you in your
county and precinct organizations,
and to you is cheerfully given, with
the thanks of the state committee,
that its recent appeal was so prompt
ly and victoriously answered. The
state committee renews its call for
.continued and stronger organization
and effort, to the end that the Novem
ber election may be the occasion of
even greater triumph. With proper
effort the election of democratic state
officers and a democratic legislature,
and at hast the present number of
democratic congressmen is assured.
When these results shall have been
added to those of last Monday, and
not till then, we will have discharged
our present duty, and can await with
confidence the struggle of 1892.
By order of the committee.
Ciiart-es L. Jewett,
Chairman.
A Conundrum for Tha Stump.
Neither Democrats nor the fortu
nate Republican Congressmen who
represent down Eastern constituen
cies will have any difficulty in ex
plaining that free trade in hides is a
national blessing, but how is it with
our unfortunate Republican friends
who represent corn-burning districts
in the west? Are they ready now to
take the stump for re-election with
apologies warranted to convince the
granger whose taxed breeches are
patched in the seat with a taxed rag;
whose hands are horny from holding
the taxed plow handles, that high tax
es are a blessing only on what he
buys, while free trade is an absolute
necessity in what he sells?
Can they show any difference be
tween a tax on hides and a tax on
wool; between free trade in the skin
nature kindly gives the cow for a cov
ering, and free trade in the artificial
covering for which the Western corn
bnrner must labor with interest on
his mortgage to pay before he can get
a new suit of it
These are momentous question .
Let oar stump speaking Republican
friends who yearn for re-election from
western districts be cautious how they
make mistakes in this connection, for
it is not only a momentous, it is a
bottom question.
Last year this western country was
flooded with Republican campaign
documents expatiating in very highly
wrought superlatives on the disas
trous effect of free trade in hides. By
promising to prohibit the shoe manu
facturers from using foreign hides
the Republicans carried tbe northwest.
Now when this pledge is violated;
when the northeast is not tobe foiced
to buv western bides at high prices;
when the west is forced to buy nortL
eastern goods arid at prices advanced
under the higher taxes ot the Abomi
nation bill, western Republican Con
gressmen are to come home from
Washington and explain how the free
trade, which they have voted as abso
lutely essential to the northeast where
western raw material is concerned,
would be ruinous to the west where
Northeastern manufactured goods are
concerned.
What can they say, that a tax on
hides would not benefit the people
but only a few monopolist? Demo
crats have been saying that for over
twenty years about the whole iniqui
tous system. It is the truth, and the
western Republicans dare not tell the
truth about the tariff It would ruin
them.—Republic.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17 , 1889 .
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Machine trade by
inventing a new
Threshing Machine,
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than any machine be
fore known, that ail
thebuildersofthe old
style Threshing Ma
chines stopped mak
ing them and copied
the new machine as
closely as they dared
—have now made an
other advance, and
in their New Vibra
tor present a Thresh
ing Machine contain
ing entirely new fea
tures in separation
and cleaning, which
place it aa far ahead
of any other as the
old Vibrator was
ahead of the ''End
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chines. Every Farm
er and Thresherman
should at once get
full information re
garding the NEW
VIBRATOR, which
will be sent Free on
application to
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NICHOLS & SHEPARD
BATTLE CREEK. MICHIGAN.
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Bucklen's Arnica Salre.
The best salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles, or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfac -
tion, or money refunded. Price 25
cents per box. For sale by Behle &
Son.
F, AUERBACH & BRO
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.. . Wholesale and Retail.
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes
CLOTHING, HATS, MILLINERY, Etc.
Agent* for the Celebrated
Buttcrrick Paper Patterns and tbe
Mather Kid Glove
SALT LAKECITY.
UTAH.
CARL J. CANNON,
Merchant Tailor,
POCATELLO, IDAHO.
A complete assortment of fine Cloths,
Suitings, etc., constantly on hand
A first class line of Fall and
Winter goods on hand.
Good workmanship and per
Fit guaranteed, All orders from
abroad will be promptly attended to.
Idaho Stase Co.
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The cheapest, the «hortest *nrt moat direct
route between tbe North. East and
We»t and the point* named.
Carryng Mail, Passengers and Express.
Leaves Blackfoot Dally at » a. m. for the Rig
Lo«t Klver Mine«, Houston, Chain*. Bonanza,
Clayton. Outer City, /Etna and Bay Horse.
Passengers are carried In first class coaches,
driven by careful and experienced driver*.
Eating House*on the line are unsurpassed
Accommodating agent* who arc ready at al.
times to furnish patrons with full Information
regarding towns, mines and surrounding coun
try. For further information apply to
O. J. BAL'LSBBRY
General Manager, or
FltED VOGLBB, Agent atßlackfoot. Idaho
J. P. DICKEY,
Superintendent.
Job Printicg
PROMPTLY DONE AT
THE \ NEWS .* OFFICE.
UNION PACIFIC RAILW'Y
"THE OVERLAND ROUTE"
He Only Lias Carrying U.S. Overland Mall.
Through Sleeper* and Modern Day Caachei
from the^Misioiuii Hiver
Making; Direct Connection
Denver, Cheyenne, Ogden,
8 alt Luke City, Sacramento,
Los Angels, San Francisco, Port
lanil, and all Nebraska, Colorado, Utah
Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Oregon
Nevada, California autl Pacific
Coast Points.
Baggage Checked Through from all
Points in the East to Points Named.
Family Sleepers Freeon through Trains
For further Information regarding the terri
tory traversed, rates of fare, descriptive pam
R lets. etc, apply to nearest agent of Union
cille Ry or councoUn* roads, or address
J. S. Tebbets,
O. P. * T. A.
Thomas L. Kimball,
ACT. SEN. MANAGER
OMAHA, NEBRASKA.
D. P. A.,
J. V Parker,.
G. E. Crozier, Agent, at Blackfoot.
Salt Lake.
Now is the Time!!
TO
SUBSCRIBE! 11
1887 1890.
Xliird. TTeax,
-THE
IDAHO NEWS
PUBLISHED AT
BLACKFOOT,
—AND THE—
Largest Paper
In Idaho.
1
! Gives all the Latest News, National,
Territorial and County.
During the coming fall and winter
it will be unusually interesting. I
will give all the news of the ter
ritory in matters touching
statehood and also news
from the ten states hold
ing election for state
and county officers
TERMS:
S3:00 PER YEAR
JOB wobz:
—OF ALL KIND—
Promptly Done.
.ÔÆSTSEEDS
•re tho*« pat ap by
D.i. FERRY SCO.
Who are the Largest
Seedsmen is the world.
D. M. Fsjtrr&Co't
Beautifully Illustrated, Descriptive
SEED AHiffiAL.
tor i*90 will b* mailed FREE to all
applicant*, and to laat acnaon'a cua
turner*. It U better than ever. Ev
ery person using Gerden, Flower
or Field SEEDS should send for it.
D. M. FERRY A CO.
DETROIT, MICH.
Thomas So Thomas,
TÜILOES
Eagle Rock.
Have on hand the largest anil best selected
stock of spring goods for suit* over brought to
Kagle Hock. Order* solicited «rid satisfaction
guaranteed. Give us a trial and be convinced
THE BURGESS HOUSE,
B. A. JENNE, Pro
EAGLE ROCK, I. T.
First Glass sample Room
Good Accommodations. Chaigcs
Reasonable. First Class
BAR AND BILLIARD ROOM.
C A It It Y I Mi U. H. MAIL,
Leaves Minidoka for Albion every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and
returns Tucwlay Thursday and Sunday
G. F. CULMER & BROS
Salt Lake City, Utah,
! Metal Show Cases,
•»
Manufacturer* of Every
Description of
I WINDOW - AND - PLATE • GLASS,
Importer, of Colored,
and Fancy
! Cornices & Skylights,
Manufacturai of
Galvanized Irun
I House & Roof Paints.
Proprlotort of
Enamel Head Mixed )
FURS
FURS
FURS
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Orden Promptly
Filled.
I E. MEHESY. I
Seal work a
Specialty
Complete line in Sacque», Coat*, Capa, Glove», Trimmings,
etc., of Seal, Beaver, Otter, Lynx, and all kind* of imported
and domestic Furs. Carriage Robes, Floor Mata, Stuffed
Birds, Animal», etc.
Cleaning, Repairing ami Altering.
Highest price paid for all kind of raw furs'A Indian Goods
and extra specimens of Game Heads.
H'AO MAIN ST. OPP, PO
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SALT LAKE CITY.
H. DIKTWOODEY
FURNITURE, WALL PAPER,
Carpets Etc.
Largest House of the kind West of tbe Missouri
Cheapest Prices.
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37 to 43, W. First South Street,
Henry Dinwoodey,
SALT LAKE 0ITY
STOVES
-»EARLY BREAKFAS1
W
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faultless Stoves
( Are warranted to lie the best Imkers and heater* in the world. 4
Fully ten thousand of them; stoves have been sold in Utah and are -
(giving the very liest satisfaction.
Write for price*. eU.*., to the
Consolidated Implement Co. Ogden, Utah.
J. F. BURTON, MANAGER'OGDEN BRANCH.
BAR GLASS-WARE.
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THE EEST
ASSORTMENT, AND CHEAPEST PRICES AT
FIND
HOOCK & CLAWSON
15 W. 1st S. St. Salt Lake, Utah.
AND THE FAIR IN OGDELN.
Also the Cheapest Place to buy jour Lamps, Crockery and Glassware.
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POCATELLO, IDAHO.
KEEP CONSTNATLY ON HAND A FINE
LINE OF
Furniture, Wall Paper, Lumber
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DOORS, sash,
Haxdwaxe, IPaâzvtG,
Oils,
■BUILDING MATERIALS.
All mail order» will be promptly filled.
Try us.
L. A. WEST, Manager,
OGDEN BOO;
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