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THE IDAHO NEWS.
BLlSHKU EVERY SATURDAY iorma* ifflb» Pwmpüy attended to. pr j O > E S, Publisher. for Job Work of any kind __ . Ibe po*i»«tw »I Hloekfoot, Idalxi. ciao» mall nidUer J r<* out l Nerttwri Tin Ciri. noiNo nohtii. put Mail at 4:3« a. m. ycvomodatioo at 3:02 p. ra. OOI SO SOl'TH. v M t Mail at 5:25 » ® Accommodation at 10:30 p. tu. ! meets A j heap ! ! free A ■debt uigui A through i iug DaNilsoN. W •aid ' helping home 'day : have ' give to sheriff j of •m open (»er tili* Wont it Pay You ? To buy Your Goods of us and pay cash. the cam be ibe «U« _ entire gelt nell. that mn Mi a Y h a. rr £3, fight I st*h to call jour atu-otiou to the ^ fact thaï l am selling hate at great |(pr ly reduced price» As summer is nearly over I will give you your choice for iug ,,,,1 f in to of HALF PRICE. Is order to make room for fall st»*ck Abo ladle* Underwear at half their «si value. Indies lament over hard sort do more but come and secure •A* self attaching dress etoy. SPECIAL SALE On glove» and mitts, Indies and chil drens hose. Windoor ties, corsets and ktndkerebiefs *B8. A. E. BARNHART, erv ! The Ui. Esnrtrrr IT. * Un4 on,» Notary. Pcrmc JOHN MONTGOMERY, they in< Li Attorney, Real Estate I Fir» ami IJfr Isvanuire Agent. BLACKFOOT, * IDAHO. nt T*«' Very Itest Comp» Imuran«- Onion. Uwöwl v2k V7Î v*l»*V>r-. Oemtsn Amerlmn of NOW 'if S 1 " sw t>w«l Eire amt Marine, l-nrl : s**" Uhi Traveler» of llarfftml e,!!'v-wtU runrh ami town pmperty PS »ole tili. *. h * v| "C n,m 'he* for rale will Bnd I« to wMHMenwt'h, ll.l Them with me. 0 «* 5 L r » rT l.e w.ltooal HoSmH Kumlrhlng l *«P»nr. of Chicago. Bunt fail to call and see our bran line of elegant Hats and Caps jw the little boys and girls received week. Ç. Bunting « Co. The Bargain Counter at C. Bunt * Co. ia at ail times filled with wgain* that are simply immense. '■«I and see them. as *• Jr, C.W.lfw«, B.Y.Williei, •I Bankers, Blackfoot, Idaho. *0Ubl SENERAL BANKING BUSINESS j -•* MONEY TO LOAN ()n Approved, Security. THE IDAHO NEWS. The Idaho News tehmb: $3.00 One Y'ear, by mail, Six Months. Three Months__ 1,73 1.00 VOL. 4. BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1890. NO 12. J Advertising rate« furnished on application ALL A HOLS It HOME. day where Ostiorn the foot next The Democratic State Convention ! meets at Boise City next Monday. A curse of politics is the curse men j heap upou one another. ! Silver has leached 1.19J but under ! free coinage it would be 1.29. A A slight snow fell in Denver on the ■debt of the -Mth iust uigui or tue -4th lost when A fish car, something new, passed men through Blackfoot Wednesday morn- ! dont i iug bound for Butte. | know. W beu a man is doing nothing he is i •aid to be helping Knox; Congress is j to ' helping Knox. at Ralph Morgan and wife returned , '* >eD home from their bridal tour Thurs- lu ™ and 'day morning. Kveryday talk says the republicans I „ : have three candidates in the field for :^\? j tf senate. Kagle Rockers say that republicans Barton, ' give 50 cent* per head for all signers Judge to their club by laws and rules. sheriff : CuUhaw, Gorton and Smith. Mr. Jacob West, a lug cattle man j of Chesterfield, was over on Thursday public •m land huaineM. U U The Fort Hall Indian school will about open again the first week in Septera. '* (»er A large attendance is expected , '** < tili* («rn Min* Tbc way it looks at this writing : the old antia will cootrol the rvpubli- , nominating convention the 30th ! P" .hi. >"g had Omdda county democrats hold a convention at American Falls today, Will Friday, to elect delegates to the state couveotioa. cam Our neighbor up the road. Kagle Hock,had a diminutive Sahara simoom to Monday evening laal j Idaho i ra . n «iUnrnt a imrtv where will at man wium.ui a »u<n w.. be flop thw campaign? The political records show a few strolling through over ibe regions of space in Idaho. Census reporta credit Idaho with a j on* imputation of about «0.00«. but cen «U« report» mean. *" _ _ : _Dui little We know ty entire townships in Bingham county i Three , ! Shoshone county instructs for ( lag , M1( gelt for M-nator. Irftab on ' alfra nell. I. mbi for Shoup and Bingham Fl, 1 I, the wav the ball ' t«> of j that that never saw an enumerator <*>>ootv conventi«n Hie fight »as mt bitter between McCoonell ^ ^ (((| ft , r HII|ir ,. ma( V that a num |(pr rtf , XMjntv ,|,.legates bolted the (VlDVpnli „ n in Lai Our republican friends are scatter- this iug broadcast cam|«ign literature, the particularly touching silver and load ter iiuratioiia How about the Sicholia mines that were promised so much off ,,,,1 received so little? The Broom hotel. Ogden, has on« f more been o,x-n«l to the public. Kv- of and then somebody says— tice Mr Fremont Wood is mailing com- to mUnions to his supervisors. Super visors have a grand duty to perform in the eyes of Mr. Wood. , . , ... „ „.mmiMionsr to the Worlds K * lr - ^ , f u ^ B of Blackfoot. sltcrnate. This is a nice the ladies and one erv now ! The new broom sweejwi « lean. the S. compliment to they may well he proud of. Dr K P. Hava, Pocatello's popular dentist. Will be in Blackfoot from September 1st to Septemlx-r 4th. All wanting dental work should make a note of thU. Houston mines now employ seven tv-five men and the number wil be in< reaaed to one hundred within a tew days. It i* business th. se latter days at Houston. aaid that Walker Bros., Sail been storing silver now I NOW to at It U Lake City, have (or months passed ami $300,000 worth U|»on which advance .if $50,000 over bullion bran with have over there is an buying prices. Wilkesbarre, Pennsylvania, nearly wrecked by a cyclone Tuesdaj ning of this wm*. Two hundred buildings were demolished an.Jmj as known thirty lives lost The sam lone demolished a train at Scran killing twenty passengera. # A nnssenger and a freight train on the Northori. Pacific collldci near Garrison Montana. Tuesday, «n» Garrison. kl „ w , an a ten serious was at evi ton, çcr'" r»i«o■'"•»a «• j «J ffiooo. VI» "**«T -ÄCa'i* Passengers were not « istur George Holbrook will leave Mon day morning for Monmouth, Illinois, where he will attend school. Robert Hopkins, Tommie Johnson, Robert Ostiorn and Kd Stuffiebeain will go to the Ogden Military Academy. Black foot will be short of boys for the next ten mouths. ticket, Mr. men inent in sure. District, one in the will one bave will his party A few bard-to-satisfy republicans that ** de ®ocraU haye named w<?ak n,Pn 00 ,lie,r tlcket - but when Mked who w|11 , M . the . r >troUjt men against the weak ones say—I ! dont kuow, and bless you, they dont | know. i The Union Pacific will sell tickets j to the Democratic State Convention at Boise City, August 25tb, for one , '* >eD rate l f • in S le fure K°'"S and re lu ™ ,n K- Tickets wdd from - :i to -5 and good to 30th. that at term ance ranged St for and ronage year. is other Reports from North Idaho say that I „ . . ..... . , . :^\? hal '' ' to . a **" decapitate! j tf Ml Dubois it elected to the IT. 8. senate. It further says that R. II. Barton, of Moscow, a close friend of Judge Sweet, Uas been promised the tppoiniment. The corps of teachers for Blackfoot public school has been engaged and U U understood the school will begin about September 1st. 1'rof. Burrell '* priucipal. Miss Rugan. of Kansas, , '** < bpr of intermediate classes and Min* Com 8ill teacher of th* primary ilepartnunL D. from and her : , '' wondcr if the action of the re ! P" bUo " county convention » d< * ,ar - >"g die anti-Mormon party non est had anything to do with no many re a publican lawyers running for office, Will legal business decline with the Mormon question settled, A rate of one aud one fifth fare is offered by the Union Pacific railroad to those who desire to attend the j Idaho Methodist confereoc to be held at Union, Oregon. August 25th. e. e Bingham county republicans sent f fx)t over four candidates for district at is John rived and iliug one was day toraey to the state convention and a j on* tot supreme Justice. There is nothing^ greedy about Ringham coun *" U ' ty republican lawyers—nay, nothing *H. and do *** vou *•>' ^* ere ** i Three of them will tome back disap ! pointed, probablr four, and in the , M1( j ll(4;i . of Joe—-Maybe so ' alfra come back kai ketch'm." The United Slates Senate bas agreed ' t«> pa\ Messrs. Clark and McGinnis, of Montana. $5.000 each to recoin |x-n*e them for time and expense in j defending their claims for scats in that laxly. the Some of the republican lawyers of this county who are now attending the convention at Boise City bad bet ter take a few lessons in navigation while over there. If they are not sent off from there on a Behring's sea ex pedition they will be sent up Salt riv little ™ a « d lhe Kv- of paddling wont come amiss. Judge H. W. Wier, ex-Chief Jus tice of Idaho, made a splendid speech to the Thomas A. Hendricks Demo erotic Club, at Blackfoot on Tuesday evening. A large number of 1 allies graced the occasion The good things which have been said of Judge Wier , f u u v sustained by his recent visit to I.I.I.... ..... W .«1 -an. a nice one the test Fair fore the I case Boise City with many new friends addi-d to his large list from all over the state. The Zacatecas. Mexico, lottery is a grand fraud and Juan Peidad, its manager has skipped with money and gone where the woodbine twincth. Attorney Reeves has lx*en elected chairman ôf the County Central Com mittee; M. I). Landis secretary and S. F. Taylor treasurer. All a be a se Sail now on Election of School Trustee a. School elections for one trustee to hold office for the term of three years held on first Monday in Septein Thc billowing facts should l>e observed: The election must lx: held at the school house. There can be but one trustee elected, and that must lx- for three years, except in newly The polls must over are DM sam Scran on near «n» was organised districts, be kept o|>en from 1 o'clock to five p. m. Any ix-rson not qualifleti to vote at a general election cannot vote at n Ri-ltool election. All voting should l„> by ballot The returns should in clude the ixill list and tally sheet. Setr Men For Commhmioner*. Mr. A. M. Carter, of the first dis trict mid Mr. Hurry King of the sec ond district having declined to make the race for re-election for the office of county commissioner, the County ('entrai Coinmittee, at, its meeting at Pocatello, August 19th, placed O. Buck and William Howard on the «• «J ticket, respectively, for the two places. Mr. Buck is one of the best known men in the First District and bis em inent Stneas for the place and the confidence which his neighbors baye in his integrity make his election sure. Mr. Howard of the Second District, is an old Californian, and is one of the most successful ranchers in Bingham county. He is a man of the strictest business integrity and will unquestionably make a number one commissioner. He is one of the strongest men the committee could bave named in the district because he will not only carry the strength of his own party but will draw from the party of his opponents. St. Mary'• Academy. Advices from Salt l.ake City tell ns that new students are already arriving at St. Mary's Academy, two weeks in advance of the opening of the Fall term September 1st A large attend ance is looked for, and to meet it, the building has been enlarged und ar ranged for the accomodation of all. St Mary's heads the list of schools for girls and young ladies in the west and it is not surprising that its pat ronage should increase from year to year. The attention of our readers is called to its advertisement in an other column of The News to-day. 8. II. of Vomhvy and Oohiy. D. D. Wright and George Robetban attended the State Republican con vention at Boise City this week. Judge Hopkins went lumbering to Payette first of the week. John Montgomery, Jr., came up from the city ot the saints Sunday and returned Wednesday morning. Mrs. T. M. Stewart accompanied her husband to Boise City this week. re - est re the is the ........ .... * r L A. Dwight and family, of Rexburg. have been visitors to Biack sent f fx)t wee g at Hon. I). W. Standrod came up from Malod on land business Tuesday. Mrs. A. A. Jordan, of Washington, is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Montgomery. Special Land Agent Wall has ar rived in Blackfoot with his family and will make this place headquarters. Mrs. H. W. Smith, of Ogden, is vis iliug her mother, Mrs. Shelbournc. C. Betterson Wilson, of Fishhaven. one of the big cattlemen of Idaho., was in town Wednesday. Judge Wier addressed the Demo cratic Club at Eagle Rock Wednes day evening. and is ** the so in in of bet sent ex riv Jus allies Wier to a To The Vuhtie. A statement has been circulated to the effect that the firm of Lindsay & Lindsay, of Eagle Rock, supplied funds to assist the defense in the con test case held at Blackfoot on lltli inst, in which the Bingham county Fair grounds were involved. It was alleged that I was. myself, personally interest«! in said defense. I there fore beg to inform the public that the above reports are false, and that I never had anything to do with the case financially or otherwise. Any person hereafter circulating such unwarranted statements will be held responsible by the undersigned Lindsat & Lindsay. over is a its and elected Com and By John Lindsay. Republican Convention. -The Republican County Central Committee give notice and respect fully ask that the republicans of the various precincts hold their primaries on Monday, August 25th for the pur pose of electing delegates to county convention to be held at Pocatello, Saturday, August 30th, to nominate county officers. The following appor tionment has been made: to years l>e held be must newly must No. Delegates. Precincts. Henry. Benver Canon. Medicine Lodge. Camas.. Market Lake. St. Anthony. Teton Basin. lU-xbnrg. Ilighnm. Willow Creek. Kagle Rock. Blackfoot. Danilson Springs Little Blackfoot.... Pocatello. Portneuf. 1 1 2 1 1 1 p. vote at n should in I 1 .1 3 .4 1 1 8 dis sec make office County at O. the 1 l Oxford.. Gentile Valley C'hesterfleld .. Soda Springs. Cariboo...... Howe 1 1 2 2 * 1 L. W. West, Chairman. J. J. Gouckn, Secretary. New Goods One Car Load of Oats. One Car Load of Bran and Shorts. One Car Load of Coal Oil. One Car Load of Ham t Bacon and Lard. One ar Load Milwaukee Beer. One Car Load of Sugar. Provo Blankets, new Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, etc. to Gome and See Our Cheap Bargain Counter. C. BUNTING & CO. SHOES FOR EVERYBODY -Just Received New Dry Goods Arriving Daily. Call and see them. to up of -:WILL BE SOLD CHEAP: Mrs. S. E. Holbrook. ar vis to & con lltli was that that the be D. H. BIETHAN'S. The Immense Stock of men's and boys Boots and Slioes. The large line of men's and youths' CLOTHING The complete line of childrens clothing just received. His complete line of shirts, underwear, neckwear and gloves. His complete line of wail paper, furniture and window shades His complete line of carpets, oil cloths, linoleum, blankets and quilts. His complete line of hardware, tinware, barb wire, woodenware and brushes. His complete line of crockery, glassware, stoneware, lamps, and fruit jars. His complete line of harness, saddles and everything connected with it. the pur THE "GARLAND"STOVE The Very Best Made FOR COOKING OR HEATING. I also have other makes of stoves Sewing Machines, Trunks, Hand Bags and Clocks If you have not seen any or all of my goods No trouble to show goods J will always sell as cheap as the cheapest, and in many things cheaper than anyone. All my guaranteed as represented. Give me a call and be convinced that the above ia true. conic and see them. Respectfully, x>. H. BIBTHA3V. Blackfoot, Idaho.