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E IDAHO NEWS.
■talSUKD KVKRY SATURDAY ■ OKMAM JUNES, PablLher. B orders fur M Work of any kind be Promptly attended to. m Il W It* red si the po.L>®r« et Hlsekfuot, Idaho, i transmission aa second dass mail mutter Util k Northern Tin Card, OOINO NORTH. 30 « in. I Fast Mail at 4: I Accomodation at 3:02 p. m. OOINU SOUTH. Fast Mail at 5:25 a m. Accommodation at 10:30 p, m. *•> DaNilsoN WE INVITE [our attention to the fact that we are •ole ageut for O. VY. Richardson s Carpets and Lace Curtains, we have a large line of samples at Lowest possible Prices. WE ire telling qnaaties of shoes snd all give the best of satisfaction losed our stock of silk handkerchiefs ut at wholesale the other evening nd we uow have a new supply. If i YOU [Wish a mowing machine or binder [remember that McCormick's the beat. Also have an elegant line of Gents' [French Flannel shirts very cheap. I Gents fancy dress shirts at cost. vendis 65 Cents mother barrel of fresh sorghum on ip at 65 cents per gal. DANILSON. lisp* hat* dangerous end* (Shakesphern Therefore Six-Skin* after the manner of men DELAY-:-NOT But coma and ace my line of rummer HATS, Juit receive«! latcet ttjrlea and .noat fashion able «happa. AImi a «pedal «ale on a f«w Children'# mouse and Jener "'em« Gloves, Parasols, Milts, Ladies Underwear. . A« Cheap at the Cheapest . Visit ike Indies Emporium and lie happy MRS. A. E. HARN IIART, A New Barber Shop. George W. liait, tat« of Baker City, Oregon, ha« opened a no. Barber Shop In the Commercial Hotel, and la prepared to accommodate all with a dean «have or «tyllah kalr out. Bunting A Co. receive weekly from 2 to 3 carloads of general merchandise and are in a position to sell cheaper than any other house in Bingham county. Give them a trial. IllHRolution Notice. The flrmpf M. MOO It K A 00.. composed of Hcwklsh IV Moore, Herbert Horscly ami John Feeny, of Soda Springs, Idaho, has this day barn dlsaolrrd, the said John Feeny having soli 1 hla entire Interest therein to said Herbert Horacly, and retilca therofi Ing partners. II. Moore and llerlierl Horacly a« oo-partnera, will continue the business un der the aame flrnt name of H, Moore A Co, who have assumed all liabilities of the old Drm snd to whom all Indootednes* due said Arm mint ba paid. Dated this, S6th day or April. IHM). Hexkkiah Moona, HxnncnT Horrbi.T, John Kaaxr. Soda Spriesa. Idaho, April 25 th, two. oui . The rnmnln CUT FEED. A car Ipad of Cut Feed, Oats and Corn, just received at D. H. Beitijan's. The Idaho News BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1890. NO 1. VOL. 4. a Rev. Mr. Lyon, will hold services « "•■*"*'",} ,»-*>• -"*** and evening. All Invited. Special Timber Agent Matthews re- : turned from an extended official trip The Oral play ever acted by the old boys and girls of town will be pro duced at the school house. Look out for programme. ' A sitter of Rev. Mr. Lyons arrived from Iowa Wedoesday evening, and will spend a few weeks with him. i HOME MISCELLANY. Snow was two inches deep at Ross Fork Tuesday morning. Tuesday turned a cold shoulder on linen dusters and straw hats. A special term of the supreme court will be held in Boise City iu July. Mr. James Beerly has a few new top buggies which he is offering for sale very cheap. J. G. Lane and family left Tuesday morning for a two week's visit to the Ogdtn Hot Springs. to Montana, Friday. Court Interests are on the decline. J The number of attendants are grow ing noticeably less from day to day. ! Good luck all at once has come up on R. W ildtnan of the Boise 8t ites man. He has won a wife and a foreign appointment , Mr. Rogers, brother of George B , Rogers, arrived in town Wednesdav evening and will spend a few days visiting friends. Children's Day at the Methodist church Sunday and at the Baptist church Sunday week. Appropriate programmes have been prepared will give another one of the Fourth of July entertainments similar to the one given two years ago. The anew of last Monday night and Tuesday morning made the rnoun ia inn east of town as white as they should be in December. The ladies of the Methodist cbnreh Census enumerators will have a sweet time telling their wives what they learned of their neighbors during the day. Dont forget the baby's full name— thc ootsy-tootsy little tot; the census 1 enumerstor is coming around to-inor row and will want to know. But few men sleep well when rock- j ed iu the cradle oî the deep, and few men, not railroaders, can sleep well ' in the Pacific hotel, Pocatello. ! j The episcopalians hope soon to build a church in Kagle Hock on the ground donated to them for that pur ! ! pose. Court Iwlla. once so popular here in Blackfoot, are wound up as a link in , the chain of the ,mst never to be un- > wound i The owner of a small brass key with white cord attached, can recover same i by calling at this office and paving for tue notice. ! The ladies of the Methodist Aid Society would like to know the where alsiuts of their ice cream freezer; the party having it will confer a favor by returning same at once. Grasshoppers are making their ap pearance in Camas Prairie in such numliera as to frighten many ranchers from sowing their usual crop of grain. The board of directors of the In sane Asylum were in session Thurs day and Friday. Immigrants are still flocking to the tinsel tied lands in the northern part of the county. Idaho is credited with one foreign appointment, R. Wildman. consul to Singapore. We shall miss his Wash ington letters after this. Mr. Shields showed us this week nineteen ounces of the shining dust taken from the Nina bar placer mine below town. That is only a small starter for the season. Rev. Sam Small, the Evangelist who has been conducting n scries of meet ings in Ogden so charmed the Metho dist people of the city that the trus tees of the new university, elected him its first president. So Sam is to locate in the west Attorney Whittier states that he was led Into the error of reporting New berry dead by the attorneys for the defendant; lie has however resurrect ed Newberry and may possibly bring him to trial this term of court The rector of Trinity church, Poca tello, has moved into his new rectory which ts said to be one of the most comfortable houses in the city, con taining four rooms, with hall, bath room and large closets, The News is indebted to Clerk A. L. Richardson for the full and com plete account of court proceedings which it has given its readers from week to week during the term. Tuesday's snow and rain storm gave a variety to summer weather not al together enjoyable to the court atten dants who flourished linen dusters and light straw hats. M T. Brown, the popular auditor and recorder of Cassia county, was on United States lmsi * Salt Lake advices say that all the business of the Oregon Short Line from Green River to Huntington is to be handled hereafter in that city. Will it be the case with the Utah & Northern when the guage is widened between Pocatello and Ogden. George Holbrook entertained ber of his young friends, boys and girls, at bia home last Friday even ing, that being his 19th birthday. «««g* very pypular with the girls * n< j "ben he gives a party you will ^ IM t b° m there. h mim The Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows of Missouri have by a large majority vote decided to exclude saloon keep ei» from tlieir order. Throe who are members now will be notified to with ,| raw or suffer the consequences of expulsion, The U. 8. grand jury brought in 56 indictments Tuesday and when Clerk Richardson began to make the filings and called ujion Deputy Marshal Becmer to use the blotter for him, it looked like they had undertaken a government contract, Rev. John Dawson who is coming out here a» an assistant to Rev. Bert Foster is at present in Wyoming with h( , ,, roth) . r the Rector'of the Rock <i pri ng* Episcopal church The Ihts a f ^ John's Guild, Kaglc Rock, are furnishing a couple of looms for him which will be ready on his ar rival, mem 8<vietv demands something new or u demands nothing. The latest in social circles in Rlackfoot is The Spider Web Social to be given at Mrs. D. H. Biethan'a on this, Friday [evening. Admission ten cents. Ky eryhody invited and of course every - body will go to learn of the latest out. A telegram received at Blackfoot Wednesday morning brought the sad intelligent to Mr. John Montgomery of the death of bis son Frank in the City of Mexico the evening before at 9:30 o'clock. A later telegram stated [death was caused by injuries l ' w '*> vw i >» * railroad wreck Sunday, June 1st Frank was well known to many of the old citizens of Rlackfoot who extend to the father and family , _ SST "> mpathy » the sad affliction came so suddenly upon them. The census enumerator interviewed * ' °glcr about 30 minutes before be was married Wednesday evening, Hn<1 R ' u * r " J<kin S •'»* name, age, birth place, marricil or single, put this stunner to him—Do you expect to be married Ibis census year? Fred had given prompt answers to all questions before this, but this was a poser, and changing |>oaitions to the other side of the chair and tuniing his optics downward he hlushingly replied— ••ar-rahar-rah-naw. Then the boys present laughed, and the census man without recording the answer closed his book and laughed too. The town of Weiser, county seat of Washington county, was almost en tirely destroyed by fire last week, and about the same time Rathdrum, the county seat of Kootnai county, lost property by fire to the amount of thirty thousand dollars. The anti-Mormon central committee of Bingham county has (wen called to meet at Blackfoot next Monday. The Republicans had a meeting t wo weeks ago. Two week's time under full sail is a big advantage in a campaign voyage. A tray to the Golden Count. Wednesday evening, June 4tb, at the hour when soft and mellow twi light was fading away, Mr. Fred. W, Vogler led to the nuptial altar Miss Jennie, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rowlcs of Blackfoot,where Rev. Geo. 0. Stull pronounced them man and wife. After congratulations and goodbye the happy couple board ed the aouth bound train for Portland, San Francisco and other cities on the golden coast. They will be absent about thirty days aud will then re turn to Blackfoot where the groom will resume business, and where It is pray«!, that good fortuno will ever smile upon them. Come to the school house and the rage, "Deestrick Skule." On the evening of June 14th, the Good Templars will celebrate the sec ond anniversary of the organization of Golden Rule Lodge No. 2, in Black foot The entertainment will take place in the hall, and consist of music, recitations, etc. All are cordially in vited to attend. Tu The Republican Elector » of the County of Bingham. The undersigned citizens of the cou tu y of Bingham, Idaho, in prep aration for the ensuing campaign, have been appointed a committee for the advancement of the Republican cause in this Territory'. Briefly stated, we believe that such organization is now demanded, for various reasons, among which are the following : 1. The ensuing election is expected to involve the selection of judicial, executive and legislative officers, which the Statehood of Idaho will re quire. 2. The time for such organization, to make it efficient and vigorous, is short ; and there seems to us no valid or forceful reason for longer delay iu beginning this work. 3. An elimination of the Mormon issue from the politics of our future State, must necessarily leave the Re publican and Democratic parties face to face upon the field of political strife, and the duty of Republicans to arm and drill for the conflict, with out further loss of time, is too clearly obvious to call for argument. This committee claims freedom of action in the nomination of candidates for office ; and we individually de cline to make the success or defeat of any candidate for nomination to office a test of party fealty and fel lowship. As Republicans who love the cause made dear to us by the principles enunciated by Abraham Lincoln, and glorified by bis martyrdom ; as men who are grateful to oar brave Union soldiers for their preservation of our country in its unity, we call upon every sincere snd faithful Republican to unite fraternally with us in the pre liminary work needful to the triumph of the party of our choice in Novem ber next I H. O. Bareness, Chairman. J. M. Herman, Sec'y. Court Procretling s FRIDAT. No business transacted on account of holiday. SATCRDAT. United States vs James B. Mawn, demurrer to indictment overruled and defendant pleads not guilty. The following cases were dismissed: Robt. Anderson vs T. J Smith. Burgess Canal Co. vs J. Webster. Bunting, Wheeler & Co. vs W. W. Bartlett. Martha Cook vs Thomas Cook. Patrick Hauratty admitted to citi zenship. Territory vs Orlando Barker and Kugene Hughes, tried by jury and convicted of grand larceny. Venire issued for 15 trial jurera re turnable June 2d. MONDAT Territory vs Henry SutlitT. tried by jury and convicted of burglary. Territory re Edward Olsenwitch, tried by jury and convicted of forgery Territory vs Edward Newberry, re instated upon the docket United States vs Christian Jensen, withdraws plea of guilty and pleads guilty. Clarence E. Ash vs Henry Dunn, adinr., motion to strike out second amended complaint argured and sub mitted. TUESDAY. Territory vs Newton Morgan, tried by jury and acquitted. United Suies grand jury returns 56 true hills. Territory vs V. McKern, tried by Jury and convicted of robliery. United States vs Ed Harrison, tried by jury and convict«! of selling whis ky to an Indian. United States vs Rasmus Rasmus sen, arraigned for adultery and given to-morrow to plead. WEDNESDAY. United States grand jury return 51 true, bills. Unit«! States vs John Taylor, tried by jury and verdict of not guilty. Territory vs Peter Barney, tried by jury and verdict of not guilty. Unit«! States vs John M. Herman, jury cmpannel«!, defendant on trial for embezzlement THURSDAY. United States vs John M. Herman, tried by jury aud acquitted. TO BUY YOUR GOODS RIGHT YOU MUST at the You must buy them Right Place. See our new 'ad' on last page G. BUNTING & CO. For Only Thirty Days More.' k iy CLOTHING OTrercosits j&jx:l<5l ZPa-xxts 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 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. 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, Ties, Gloves, and Collars. Immense line of Furnishings, Hats, Boots and Shoes. If you want a nice wide comfortable Shoe I can suit yon. Finest Line of Shoes In Bingham county. Do not fail to call and examine this stock at D. H. BIRTH ANS WARRANT CALL. CorsTT Treasurer's OmcE, I Blackfoot. Idaho, April lïth. 1SW. f ■yronCK Is hereby (riven (hat the folk»win* i-A Bingham County Warrants will be paid upon presentation with Interest thereon to date It presented within sixty (SO) day* from date of this notice. Interest will cease from and after this date. GENERAI. Fl' NI). July llth, lwa. Nos. 410 to 437. inclusive. October 17, ISIS. No«. 43N to 450, inclusive. Special Fund. October 17. ISS». No«. 4* to 54, inclusive. January 15,1W0, No«. I to 5, Inclusive. C. B. WHKKLKR, Treasurer of Bingham County. VIGO. The thoroughbred Stallion, Vigo, will stand the season at my ranch on Black foot river, three miles south of town, commencing May 1st, 1890. TERMS—$25.00 CASH. PamoREE—Vigo by Imported Billett. Dam—A nnie Lexington by Old I.bxinoton. Color, dapple brown, weight 1225 lbs. FRED S. STEVENS. Eubtie Notice. All persons now indebted to the late general merchandise firms of Ber ryman & Rogers and Sheldon Brown, are hereby notifi«! that all accounts not paid in or settl«l by note will be placed in lawyers bands for immedi ate collection. L. W. West, Collector. THE IDAHO NEWS. TERMS: $3,00 One Year, by mail,.. Six Months,. Three Months,...... 1,75 . 1,00 Advertising rates furnished on application C. Bunting & Co., are now selling for cash: 10 pounds of sugar for $1. 18 pounds of rolled oats for $1. 18 bars of soap for $1. Roller Flour at $2.50. Good Tea 3 pounds for $1. DAN NETHERBY. Dan Netherhv wa* aired by Joe Nctherby, he by Old Joe Nethcrby imported by Joseph Thompson, of Canada. Old Joe Nctherby by Moss-trooper, a pure bred Clydesdale horse, short legs and free of all blemishes. He was bred by the 1st« Mr. Kussel Quant«, from Am berland, out of a pure lin'd Clydesdale mare by Plorltmrahlre Champion. Champion by Mr. Brownlee's Lorty—never was beaten and said to be best draft stallion In Scotland in his day. Dan Nethcrby'# 1st dam by a thoroughbred Eclipse. 2d dam by a Messenger. I)an Nethcr bv Is pure black with star In forehead and two white feet. TERMS To Insure with foal, »». By the season *15. Parlies disposing of inarc# forfeit insurance and the amount will be collected Immediately Marcs must be bred regularly. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but will not be re sponsible should any occur. J. A. BEERLY, Blackfoot. FOR SALE. Two full leather top side bar Racine buggies. Apply to J. A. Beerlet. Mr. James Briley has lost an eight months old black berkshlfe hog, any one knowing of his whereabouts will confer a favor by informing him.