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UBUSHKl) EVERY SATURDAY
"1 J 0 N i H, I'uhllobir.
ill «der* for Job Work of any kind j.
^ b. Promptly attended U>.
lOlli«
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Dtife & Nirtkiri Tine Card.
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OOl KU SOUTH.
Tut M*'l •* 4 30 *• m
Acvouiodatioii at 3:02 p. in.
OOl SO SOUTH.
Fut Mail «I Û 25 a m
AixtMn laudation at 10 30 p. iu
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DANilsoN
Wont it Pay You?
t^ÊTobuij Your Goods of
■ and pay cash.
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HATS,
HATS,
I «isb to rail your attention to the : Iu
fsrt that I am selling bat* at great
ly reduced price*
i* neartrover 1 «ill give you
your dunce for
A* summer
HALF PRICE.
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Is order to mskc room for fall stock j
Also ltdiea Underwaar at half their
»•I V«luc Ladies lament over bard
•ork no more but come and secure I
** self stuching dress stay
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SPECIAL SALE
0« |lov«» and mitta, ladies and chib
•bsa* ho«., Windsor tic*, corset» and
kudker biefs.
*RS. A. K. BAHN HART,
Xotast ]
Pcaur j
JOHN MONTGOMERY,
Ut»Rrm", r C S Una OBc
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lal Altaï, Ruai Estate
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Dr* kr 4 Ufr I n, g mure Agent.
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blackfoot,
Vor» He** Comps;
is* laenranee (Tnton.Mvrwol
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C. Bunting A Co.
, Tbe Bargain Counter at C Bunt
•"* * Co. I* at all times filled with
J"K»io* that are simply immens«*.
«II and see them *
C. BUNTING k CO.,
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^»nt fail to «*all nn»l
■** line of elegant Hate and Cap*
"r tbe little boys and girls rwieivc»!
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THE IDAHO NEWS.
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The Idaho News.
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13.00
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VOL. 4.
BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1890.
NO 13.
Advertising rato« fumlrhed on apphoattoo
Democratic State Ticket
***'"•"•
kl«™, »..»„.AT, Oc». 1. IBM.
For Governor
BEN WILSON, of Boise.
For Congress
ALEX MAYHEW, of Shoshone.
For Lieutenant Governor
8. F TAYLOR, of Bingham.
For Secretary of State
E. A. 8HERWIN, of Shoshone.
For Treasurer
TIM REAGAN, of Owyhee.
For Auditor
J H W1CKEKKHAM, of Owyhee.
For Attorney General
K Z JOHNSON, of Ada
For Hupt Pub. lustruction
DR M A KELLY, of Nex Perce
Fur Associate Justice«
F. E ENSIGN, of Alturas,
H W WElK, of Ada,
I. M MAXWELL, of Ne* Perce
JlDICIAl. TICKET.
For Judge of 5tb District
\V T REEVES, of Biugbam.
For Attorney of 5th District
R P QUARLES.of Lemhi.
For Joint Senator
THUS SPARKS, of Uneid«
For Joint Representative
ED CARLISLE, of Bingham
success
ALL A KO V.VI) HOME
was
A slight frost first of the season. Dagos
s» reported Monday morning.
Beaver
bold elections for «"
diil
Several states
»late and county officers Monday.
;
j cently
E l Montgomery and wife, of
iLetr many fri*n
tomcats Ont of the week
•The I>obH of directors of tbe Idaho
li.sanr \«\1niu will hold Ibeir rs-jt«- oh»
Ur quarterly meeting next week. thiw
A rich win of copper has been dis
* covered in the Conant mining district inois.
Owing to tbe xlwcuce of so mint I with
i democrat* there was no me» ting of
the Club Tuesday evening. voter
! vote
Commencing next Monday Bexlnirg
will have a daily mail instead of a ^
I
and
Dr. [Mile expect* to have hi* new
! brick re* I deuce ready for occupancy
by October 1st
dee we».- vi-v.
-
iu
: Iu , ar {{cxburg
tri weekly a* heretofore
Tbe Montpelier OWrwr is now in
In the future Joseph C
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K(rh ^ |tor
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many
miss
will
out
and
The Good Templars will enjoy a
j frs.t of Ice cream, cake. etc., prepar
I rd * for them at the old drug store
building this, Friday evening.
Mr* Holbrook went over to Mont
pclier Monday in the interest of tbe
W. C. T. U. union.
The board of county commission
,er* met Monday *» » of < T*. U '
] gation Proceedings elsewhere in tbe
j
has
News to-day.
a good deal like
Politicians are i
«hoe* You can t expect the machine
made one* to I« of the highest grade
lish
ns
i
Never before ha* there been at any
in our
I
I time a* many prisoners
! county jail aa this week.
There
The Boise Democrat says—
not morc than a half dozen demo
in the state, but enough
stand off the forty re
aw
»•ratio papers
however, to
publican organs.
to
addition to the state poni
_tontUr"nt Boise City ha* been com
,nlplcted The building now contains
eightv-two «H».
The Republican county convention
f or the purpose of nominating canit
»lates for OWinty offices mee « a
catello to morrow.
„ olinlv republican convention
Which tn«l*' I" i'oo*t*l l0 today will
not lack for candidates for office.
! Every county in the »Ute was «P
Custer comity.
, ,» on Bon Wilson, candidate for
H »mi other distinguish^ gen
lemocratio party, will
county before election.
USTau».
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Two bridge» on the Orepm Short
I inc rond were burned Monday, ou
SSÏS and the other near
Huntington.
. 8e , rvlcea at tbe B 'P tut "h««* n « xt
Sunday morning and evening. The
; 3ÄSS. **" " 7:30
J The News acknowledge* the receipt
j of a complimentary ticket to North
j Pacific Exposition to lie held at Port
land, from September 25th to Octo
! ber 25th.
Charley and Maud Hopkins enter
tained and feasted their youug friends
of town Tuesday evening, it being the
occasion of Charley's birthday.
The citizens of Beaver Canon and
vicinity are making strong efforts to
j capture O'Briau, the Italian desperado
i w ho murdered Constable Stoddard
j Sunday evening last.
j The News is under obligations to
j M. J. Stone, Beaver Canon, for a cor
1 rect account of the killing of Consta
; ble Stoddard at that place last Sun
! J*)' evening by an Italian named
; Joseph O'Brian.
j Capt. Howard, of the Ogden Milt
1 tary Academy, was here Monday in
the interest of his school, and was
well pleased with the success be met
with, having obtained five pupils.
Dr. E. P. Hays, Pocatello's popular
: dentist, will lie in Blackfoot from
September 1st to September 4th. All
! wanting dental work should make a
1 note of this.
of
lar
for
let
L. W. West, Geo. B. Rogers and
IF. M Shoemaker were elected dele
gates from this precinct to tbe Re
1 publican county convention which
convenes at Pocatello to-morrow,
A young man in Dubuque, Iowa, is
said to have lived for twenty years
on soda water. A man who can live
that long on wind ought to make a
success of the newspaper business.
Tbe complaint that a special car
was chartered to bring down the
Dagos in dunger of being lynched at
Beaver Canon is robbed of its inter
«" »>> the statement that the train
diil not cost the county one cent
Tbe gavel used at the democratic
; convention was made of hickory re
j cently takeu from the Hermitage near
Nashville, the home of Old Hickory
and wr- the gift of Dr.
ivankin, of Boise.
and
to
a
which are started to
^ Hoock and sister, Miss Clara,
>| 0 , )( iav morning for Cincinnati,
oh» 0 . svherx,. tlic*A' will attend school
thiw winter. George Holbrook accom
paniod them as far as Monmouth III
inois. where he will attend school.
I*»t every Democrat go to work
with all hi« might to see that atlbc
ensuing election every democratic
voter gets to the polls and casUjm
vote for the democratic ticket from
raugU ^| e up it ùi good honest work
^ rant now . So far as the State
I election goes the time for talk is over
and time for work is upon us.
The mails are very uncertain, and
many papers
subscriber* never reach them. If you
miss a number don't censure the pub
lisher, and don't remain silent, but
report the loss to him and another
will be mailed. Persons who do with
out the papers they have paid for,
and complain of the publisher, do
Justice to all concerned.
in
Démocratie State Convention.
The moat enthusiastic and harmon
eonventioo ever held in Idaho
has Just closed its labors at Boise
The state ticket which wc pub
unis
City.
lish elsewhere to day is said to lie ab
solutely without flaw, our opponents
themselves being the Judges. Takeu
ns a whole it is claimed to l>e the
strongest ticket ever named for Idaho
We shall speak of them indi
offices.
viddaily in our next issue—of their
fitness and their strength for the
office* for which they have been nam
ed. The platform and resolutions
will also appe-ar in our next issue.
The delay in the trains and our ina
bility to get the convention news
make it impossible for us to give our
renders such particulars as wc
for
wish
to-day.
Commlsiioner* Frocecding*.
The board of county commissioners
board of
met Mondav morning hr a
equalization; present, Commissioners
Carter, King and Hickey. After a
careful investigation of the tax roll
for the year ISffO, it was decided to
make no changes, as the assessments
and valuations made by Assessor
Otihccu appeared to be about right.
No other business coming up for con
sideration the bonrd adjourneii '
meet again in October.
\ ltcnvT»*»v, CWV
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"I Told Voit So."
Beauties brighten as they take their
flight. The News feels this because
of its disappointment in one particu
lar iu the last republican district con
vention. It was possible, yea almost
certain, for Mr. Whittier to be named
for Judge. Other advisers said no,
let him be district attorney, other
advisers prevailed and Mr. Whittier
went down at tbe bands of friends.
Every reader will remember, "I told
you so." It is all over now, but in
after years when Mr. Whittier, in tbe
privacy of his home at Soda Springs,
where the snows of winter are deeper
than they are with us, will remember
how wc stood by him to the last but
bow other friends prevailed and how
be lost tbe honor of nomination in the
first convention to the Judgeship of
the Fifth Judicial district of the new
state of Idaho.
KILLED BE DAGOS.
<ontUible D. Stoddard, of Beaver
Canon Foully Murdered.
Ed News —D. W. Stoddard,
stable of Beaver Canon precinct, was
murdered by Dagos Sunday evening.
Tbe facts in tbe case as learned by
your correspondent arc as follows:
On Sunday evening about seven
o'clock Mr. Stoddard bad some trouble
with three Dagos, in Poulson's sa
loon, and struck one of them over the
head with his gun; tbe Dagos then
left the saloon and walked up the
depot platform where they held a
consultation, and one of them, the
one that Stoddard struck, theu went
north. The other two then turned
back towards the saloon and met
Stoddard, E. V. Collier and Brig Nel
son coming up the platform south of
Stone's store, and they insisted on
shaking hands with Stoddard, declar
ing their friendship and urging him
to go back to the saloon and take a j !
drink with them. Stoddard refused,]
and Collier and Nelson pushed the
two Dagos aside and told them to go j
to their car, but they stepped up in
from again and urged Stoddard to go
back with them. By this time the
other Dago catne around the side of ;
the store and getting up to Stoddard,
made two or throe strikes at him with
a razor cutting his throat in a frignt
ful mauncr and causing instant death.
As he made the second strike Collier
grabbed him and threw him down.
He then made a pass at Collier with
his razor, cutting a slit in his coat,
to and started to run when Nelson pick
ed up a coupling pin and threw it at
him and knocked him down, but be
fore they could get to him he was up
and made his escape in the darkness.
The rest of the Dagos, thirty-two or
three, were arrested and taken to
Blackfoot next morning. Up to this
writing the one who did the cutting
has not been found, although diligent
search is being made for him.
Mr. Stoddard was a sober, quiet
and peaceable man, respected by all
who knew him. He leaves a wife and
five children to mourn his loss. His
remains were taken to Wellsville,
Utah, his former home, for interment.
M. J. 8.
Beaver Canon, August 25th, 1850.
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ab
the
indi
their
the
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ina
news
our
A telegram was received here late
Sunday evening notifying the sheriff
of the killing and asking him to sum
mon a posse and conic at once. Sheriff
Woodin being absent, Deputy Sheriff'
Diuccn aud Constable Hafer summon
ed a posse of men and went to the
sewne of the trouble ou the first train.
Arriving there they arrested thirty
three Dagos and locking iliem in a
Ikjx car brought them down and
lodge»! them in jail. Wednesday
morning they hail a hearing before
Judge Hopkins who liound two of
them, J^hn Barton and Mike James,
over to tho grand jury aud turned the
rest loose.
Joseph O'Brian, the. one who did
the killing, is still at large, and said
to be a very bad man, always getting
in trouble with some one. He was
ouly released froui the Jail at Brig
ham Oliv s short lime a>} 0 .
wish
of
a
roll
to
right.
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New Goods
Ai
One Car Load öf Oats.
One Car Load of Bran and Shorts*
One Car Load of Coal Oil.
One Car Load of Ham , Bacon and Lard*
One ar Load Milwaukee Beer.
One Car Load of Sugar.
Provo Blankets, new Drij Goods, Hats, Caps, etc.
Gome and See Our Cheap Bargain Counter.
C. BUNTING Sl CO.
SHOES
a
the
met
of
on
him
FOR EVERYBODY
Just Received
New Dry Goods Arriving Daily.
Call and see them.
-•.WILL BE SOLD CHEAP:
Mrs. S. E. Holbrook.
!
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D. H. BIETHAN'8.
The Immense Stock of men s and boys'
and 8h.oes.
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 shade«
His complete line of carpets, oil cloths, linoleum, blankets and qudw
His complete line of ban!ware, tinware, barb wire, woodenwarc and bru^ies.
His complete line of crockery, glassware, stoneware, lamps, and fruit jars.
His complete line of harness, saddles and everything connected with it
THE "GARLAND" STOVE
The Very Best Made
a
of
the
did
said
was
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 rav goo»ls
come and sec tliom. No trouble to show good»
1 will always sell aa cheap as the cheapest, aud
in many things cheaper than auyone. All my
guaranUKHl as rc
All my
presented. Give me a call and
be eouviuccd that the above ia true.
Respect fully,
D. H. BIETHAN.
Blackfoot, Idaho.
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