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THE IDAHO NEWS. The Idaho News. ISfIBD EVERY SATURDAY MAS JOKKK, Publisher. for Job Work of any kind lVumptly at Untied to. terms: .$3,00 . 1,75 . 1,00 ! One Year, by mail,.. t Six Months. ;. j Three Months,. * ' r ■* VOL. 4. BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1890. NO 14. L.,1 at the Utmltilbee at Blmkfoot, Idaho, Cwl»!..,. »» «round cl»«« mall mailer ) A.lvertlsinif rat« furnished on application Util & Nortliri Tine Card, OOISO .NORTH it Mail at 4 :30 a. in. .•omodatiou at 3:02 p. in. 001 NO SOUTH. it Mail at 5 25 a. in umodation at 10:30 p. in. aNilsoN i ont it Pal You ? buy Your Goods of us and pay cash. :0: ANILSON. i ■ j : HITS, ATS, inti to call your attention to the rt that I am «tiling h«U at great y reduced price«, is neariv over 1 will give yon your choice for a « m w— « rv s t-t I ALir iKlviJ. As summer mlcr to make room for fall slock, j n ladies Underwear at half their I value. Udiea lament over bard tk no more hut come «nd aecure ; i self attaching «1res» stay SPECIAL SALK glove« «nd mitt«, ladle* and chil- ; a* bote, Windsor Ut», corsets and idkrrrhlcf* * 88. A. E. BARNHART, P »wcivrr c, K Und oflkw Notas». Pcauc OHN MONTGOMERY, i Attorney, Beal Estate, Fire and I,If* Insurance Aient. UCKFOOT, IDAHO. Three of Ttie V*r» lient Comp* » in the I'nrffte lontinou-e Union, Llvrri« Jgon »nil Olnhe, Herman Ametiean «f rf< « Tk .ml Northwr.t nrc nn<1 Mnrine. Ihirt Ore*on : aix. the Traveler» of Hart hint r.ni'h ami town pmnettr 5*®* hnvlii* ranch«, for » II MfiM.iT.iT., Hat Them with me. want for The National So bool Purnlahlua "Pair, ot Chtaa«n, ..I for «ale II Aik! It to Dont fail to call and see our bran fw I' 0 « of elegant Hate and Cap» •f the little boys and girl» received ds weck. C. Bunting A Co. [The Bargain Counter at C. Bunk Ft A Co. is at all times filled with FK»in» that are simply Immense. «'I and see them [• •»«il, Jr, C.W Lyman, e.Y.Willaci, •I Bankers, Blackfoot, Idaho. [RAHSACTS GENERAL BAKKIN6 BUSINESS koney to loan On Approved Security. Democratic State Ticket . 1 j i ! ; ; j • ! j ï Election Wednesday, Oct. 1, 1890. For Governor BEN WILSON, of Boise. For Congress ALEX MAYHEW, of Shoshone. For Lieutenant Governor 8. F TAYLOR, of Uinghatn. For Secretary of State E A SHKRW1X, of Shoshone. For Treasurer TIM REAGAN, of Owyhee. For Auditor J. H. WICKERSHAM, of Owyhee. For Attorney General R t JOHNSON, of Ada ; j ,, u . ï . . ! For 8 U pt Pub lust ruction ; DR. M A. KKLLY, o t Ne* Verce. ! ! F*»r Associate Justice« F. E ENSIGN, of Alturas, H W WKlK, of Ada, I M MAXWELL, of Ne* Perce i I j ! JUDICIAL TICKET. For Judge of 5th District W. T. REEVES, of Bingham. For Attorney of 5th District R P QUARLES, of Lemhi. For Joint Senator THUS SPARKS, of Oneida. For Joint Representative ED CARLISLE, of Bingham In in lie at be ALL J MO VXD HOME. District court began at Malad first of Ute week. Do not overlook the importance of i attending Ute county Fair ■ The public school opened Monday under favorable ouapioc« j James McTucker was elected school trustee at Monday's election. : This month the politician will have his day; next month the wood-hauler. The Board of Directors of the In A*t lum ate in aeasion this week C Bunting A 0a. tells you why thru ticket Is sure to be elected by a targe majority in this issue. «AM* The stone foundation for a new 50*50 brick building on the Asylum grounds lias been completed. I The days are growing shorter at both ends and politic» growing hotter all round. j _ „ , M . The first signs of early frost noUwable <"> Uie tender vine« V) ed ; nesday morning were The murderer of Dave Stoddard is •till at large although every effort bas been made to capture him. ; Xlie straightout republican« got awav with the antis at the Pocatello (.invention, absolutely away. Hon. Geo. Ainslie, chairman of the Democratic State Committee was in town this week. All the county candidates are now the track for the September races, and it ts easy to see who the favor ites are. The active worker» of the Republi can« two years ago are left In the dead calm of the sea this time. on Next week the first state election for Wyoming will be held, Septem ber 11th, hwI the ladies will test the fascination of the ballot box. II. 0. Rand, of the Warbonnet Cat tle Company, purchased fifteen car loads of beef cattle on Camas Prairie and shipped them cask A convention will be held at Sbo Mondav to nominate a for the « to shone next judge and district attorney I'«,iirtli Judicial district. Rev. Mr. Lyons will hold services at the Watson school house, on the at side of Snake river, on Sunday Everybody invited. we evening nt 3:30. The conclave republicans of Black foot were few in numbers but they got j their work in magnificent style tin- Pocatello convention. The Fourth Annual Convention of the Woman's Christian Temperance will be held at Blackfoot on : in Union _ . September 19 , 20 and 21 . Geo W. Gorton, of Soda Springs, Mr. Gorton has never the hands of wiien before the democrats have complaint, failed to get office frem Bingham county voters them ii" 1 The conclave republicans came in at the 11th hour; the Pocatello conven tion was held at the 11th hour. Hay. where was the anti-Mormon umbrella in the Pocatello convention j storm last Saturday 1 . i . How many of the republican logia ! lative candidates of this county are out and out Duliois men? think of it, ; how many? And dont make a guess at random and say—all. Arkansas election of last Monday sent up the usual democratic rnajori ; ty as well as returned five democrats j to congress. • There is a consensus of opinion that Judge Hopkins lias made a good pro ! bate Judge, but still the power at the j throne said he must walk the gang ï plank. ; Mr. J. B. Cutshaw s family remov j ed to their ranch near Market Lake. ! The News hopes to sec them back in ; BUekfoot Mote U)e wn<mg of ! winter come! Engineer Tush, of Ogden, is up to make a survey of the canal on west side of 8nake river opposite Eagle ! Rook. I Services at the Baptist church next j Sunday morning and evening. The ! evening service will liegin at 7:30. Note this change. A special school Ux of eight mills was voted for this district at Mon day's election. The vote stood 38 for Ux au<l 12 agaiust. The boys who left Tuesday morn ing for Ogden to attend school were given a farewell social party at the residence of Mrs. W. 0. Johnson on Monday evening. SupL Williams, of the Fort Hall Indian school. returned Monday from Carlisle, Pennsylvania, whither lie weut to place some Indian children In school. There is a lull in real esUte both in Ogden and Sait Lake but build ings continue to go up as if the boom was still on. Eight pnpila left Blackfoot this week for distent schools. With Black foot as the educational center it could lie made, all these could be educated at home. The first snows of winter will prob ably fall before the narrow gauge road from McCammon to Ogden will be widened. Pocatello townaite appraisement reports have been forwarded to the Secretary of the Interior. Dr. Beane, of Pocatello, who can give as clear cut and intelligent re port of a post mortem to a Jury as any physician ever on the eland in Idaho or elsewhere, was another good man offered up to please somebody at the lVicatello convention. ty, of of by John M. Herman is the Senator Quay of Bingham county republicans. Signs of his mailed hand are plainly visible in the ticket of the Pocatello convention. Joe Miller came home from Boise City with the unanimous thanks of the Democratic Stale Convention in his (Kicket, lie rendered valuable services to the committees, ami for ready help Joe stands at the head of the class. Kx-Marshal Kr.ra Baird is on the joint legislative ticket from Idaho and Net Perce counties. You can tell Hannah one good democrat will be in the legislature. Dave Morgan presented this office with apples grown on his farm near that cannot be beaten in the best fruit growingdistrict in the west. Is Rreckonridgc, the republican nominee for commissioner in the first district the man who came down last court hunting a place on the jury? It seems to us a man by that name was given the grand bounce from the jury box. Behold what a great fire a little spark kindleth. A few days ago the conclave republicans were, few in numbers, could bo counted on the fingers, but they controlled the Poca tello nominations to their own satis faction all the same. The wav things go. The proceed ings ot the democratic mnss tion at American Falls, August 22d, >nt us for publication reached us on Thursday morning, September 4t,h. Of course they are too late for publi cation now. It is cruel, unmercifully cruel, to man up in a balloon of expec tation of getting a nomination for red '«hen bn gate up to the highest point, out the basket loose and lot him "drap." a town of on convc^n s. of carry a Par nival Palace and other property of Rex was sold at auction in Ogden Tuesday, bringing about $3,700. Reliable advice from the different ! counties of the judicial district bring j the intelligence that Bill Reeves will I poll more than his party strength for j judge in those counties. That means election then certain and sure. ï Simms brothers, ranchers from Cal-1 ifornia, are inspecting the country ; around Blackfoot with the view of: making purchases of improved farm- j ing lands and settling down in Idaho. •rf Ttîhews. are the gUC9U 0f Mre I Mr. and Mrs. Bumgarner, parents of our respected Bumgarner brothers, j left for their old Carolina home last Monday. They were a noble old couple and we trust to see them re turn and make Idaho their home when the spring flowers bloom again. Dont forget that the county Fair begins next Thursday. It is your duty to attend if possible. S. J. Langdon who is as strong in the affections of Latah county people as the Pope is with the Irish, will be in the first senate of the state. He is now the democratic nominee from Latah, and nomination with him 1 means election. Mr. John Howell, aged 69 years, died at the residence of his sou Geo. ! p. Howell on Blackfoot river, Sept, 2d, 1890. HU funeral services were j conducted by Rev. Mr. Lyons and his remains placed to rest in the Odd Fellows' cemetery. Bingham county republicans are] bound to instruct In the convention j August 13th they instructed their del- i egates to the state convention, and in ; their county convention August 30th they would not turn loose their legis lative ticket until they gave the mem- j bers a parting word how to vote should they be so fortunate as to go Boise City. J. B. Cutshaw, of Market Lake, late candidate before the republican con vention for sheriff of Bingham coun ty, is another good man who, the edict declared, should walk the gang plank. Mr. Cutshaw is not only one of the solid men of his party but one of the solid citizens of the county, and, if elected, would have made a good sheriff. The throne that makes the combines in bis party is a power this campaign. this campaign. For downright political ingratitude the treatment of Attorney Whittier I by his party takes first premium. It will be remembered that he was sec retary of the state central committee, that "he was elected district attorney by a large majority, and, it is claim ed has always been liberal in contri butions for his party success, and to lie shelved ns he has been is bad, and ; the more especially because if he j tamely submits, it means for all time to come. It in on to for the The Republicans, in convention as sembled at Pocatello, August 30th, named the following county ticket— G. B. Rogers, senator; R. A. Cald well, F. M. Merrill and — Briggs, rep- j resentatives; C. S. Smith, sheriff; M. J Patrie, clerk of court; J. J. Guheen. j assessor; Fred Stevens, probate judge; ; H. W. Curtis, treasurer; O. Sonne kalb, surveyor; Dr. Mitchell, coroner; — Breckenridge, Hank Garlitz aud Bob Hays, commissioners. The Book of Street Talk. This unusually authentic work on public men's actions says-C. S. Smith, republican nominee for sheriff of this county, worked and voted for Billy Woodin, sheriff, in 1888, and perti nently asks-may he not be expected to scratch for some railroad men again. Can Dick Chamberlain and friends relish this banquet prepared for 1890. On another page it says that Mark Patrie was a short time ago a pro nounced democrat, and the historian asks—how many days ago did he cease to be? On page 11. One. Breckenridge. was fired bodily from the jury box at the last term of the district court at Blackfoot because he was sitting round expecting a call. Is he the candidate for commissioner in the First, district. Page 13. Was Caldwell, the can didate for the legislature, fired from the republican convention August 13 because of the affidavit presented by Col. Eaton showing that he had been a candidate at the primary for dele gate to the democratic convention. ! j I j •.Sure To Be Elected. ï By a Very Large Majorty. •VT TZ ST'? „ , , , . , , , - ,, , ; Because O Uf immense stock Of dry %J OOdS IS the best. Because we carry the best lin e of clothing. j ■ Because our $10,000 stock of hoots and shoes are I unequaled in th e state. Because we carry the largest and finest line of fam j u and f ancy groceries. J ' a Because we buy in car load lots and pay cash. 1 And because we cannot and will not be undersold for the spot cash. Remember this. G. BUNTING & GO. SHOES, SHOES, SHOES FOR EVERYBODY Just Received New Dry Goods Arriving Daily. Call and see Them. ! j j i ; j -•.WILL BE SOLD CHEAP: Mrs. S. E. Holbrook. ; ' I ; j D. H. BIETHAN'S. The Immense Stock of men's and boys oots and Shoes. j J j ; The large line of men's and youths' CLOTHING. The complete line of childrens clothing just received. His complete line of shirts, underwear, neckwear aud gloves. His complete line of wail paper, furniture and window shade« His complete line of carpets, oil cloths, linoleum, blankets and quilts. His complete lute of hardware, tinware, barb wire, woodenware and brushes. His complete line of erookery, glassware, stoneware, lamps, and fruit jars. His complete line of harness, saddles aud everything connected with it he at at the the 13 by 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 come and see them. No trouble to show goods I will always sell as cheap as the cheapest, and in many things cheaper than anyone. All mv guaranteed as represented. Give me a call aud be convinced that the above is true. Respectfully, D. H. BIETHAN. Blackfoot, Idaho.