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JJJUBD EVERY SATURDAY. JOBES# PublUher. j for Job Work of any kind promptly atteodad to. U*JiUiin3 ««»>*»1 '■>»»" '" uil i UlMln Tia* Card, jtitB** irkf* 1« in I last I the i ; a ! t®* j of (JOISÜ NOBTH. fast Mail at 4 :30 a. ^raodstioi. in. at 3:02 p. m. OOI SO SOL'TU. Hail at 5-5 a. m. modatiou at 10.30 p. ui. fat IS ■ M'kArrb**'*) hat Uaall**»*». Yt congratulate our Friends j Customer* upon the Great iBpias ihey have heretofore Neext,t ■ f u», usd that they call upon gs for Something Still Bet w We are earning a Splen H Stock for the Seaaou as *C m Holiday Goods, and we rtJsot be undersold by any lent is the county. An in çatioeof Stock and Price* *2 Mtisfv the doeeat buyer. aud do recom u* as up I i f.H. DAI2ILS0D, in MONTGOMERY, wurt waix at BIACKFOOT, IDAHO, Rsal Estate Anil Insurance Agengy, : BS, htMtlCI ill RlICk Pllfirt) Choke town lots in tnv own si 3Uckf..ol and in the Idaho i(V* addition to Blaekfoot fur . i'- t, rtr 4» Liverpool. Loodoe and G lotie. ^ American and the North*«« . i Y* nn '' * n * unin «' y, ,* t Furatahtng Company •Ma SmrJ T*.» nf Lastern Idaho Water Co., the «'■** Irrigation and Went Branch •I Com panics. pra to « tianxi* Attoexxt, Notaht Pviue BELOW COST. ar j inBOOle Eflrlv ( 'mill, [jiG* :<■ r an . I 1 ° ,n< and get (• î * j « /si WOOS RdOW ( OSt. out in order U> make room P* Mammoth stock of Millinery r Good* in the Spring, *ti<h will la* «old at price* to I N it tbs purse of rich A poor nun«! I 1 A. E. KAHN HART, H;ra«J S| »? XKT gSfURNITÜRE. "■sBlO&rpiets, jgfindow Shades, co» 8 Juito u *f HI»«**«, Bed Spin**, Etc. OS. kita T * H 00 *! Hue of Bed Room ftih ,° r S,,il8> Patent Rocker* *nd Wood bottom Chair*, j*"* Chslr* and Stools, Bed nges. Extension Tables, ^Phoard# and Desks If *nt anything in the '»toiture Line call FMW üîMtt' on * AJf ER $ ME ST ER. jTAH The Idaho News. THE IDAHO NEWS. i terms: $3,00 One Year, by mail, Six Month»,. Three Month*,.... 1,75 VOL. 4 . 1 , 0 « BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1891. NO. 35 i UNE thing and another. Baled hay for aale at MeTucker's. Market Lake i* in the midst of a great lee harvest. The Lenten in February. I Î 'P**-* 1 * 1 Krand Jury cmpannelled last Friday found uine true bills. Lewiston lead* in the acramble for I the agricultural college. i Ignorance is no ; eept in lawyers. The public school is preparing for a grand entertainment 32d of February Pocatello both petition* for and pro ! t®* 1 » against county division. A National Convention of Farmer*' j Alliance i* now in session at Omaha A social dance ia announced for Friday evening at the opera house. D. D. Wright is assisling Clerk Patrie in clerical work during the term of court tiovernor Willey will probably ap |»oint the insane Asylum directors next week. Good a A ed license dence and ness. are tion with his day come still crat can ance key. season will begin early excuse in law, ex The snow of the winter fell Monday and Monday night It was a* deep as a measuring rod. The advance in price* and the ad vance of winter towards spring make beef steer# in belter demand 0. W. Childs tt Son, of Ogden, were up on legal business in court Wednes day. I Dr McNutt ha* been nominated by the Liberate of Ogden for mayor at i the coming election. ted of See We will pay the highest cash price for CotJfTV Wabeast*. Bereyna* A Rooerk. 0 Bunting & Co. have a new "ad" j in ibis issue. Read it. It wont take ' you long to find it. A lodge of Good Templars was or the ganixed at Pocatello Saturday evening ; of last week. j Rev. Bert Foster is anon to leave j Pocatello and locate in Wyoming. the The »bop force i* being increased j J : at Pocatello. Senator McConnell has kindly re-j membered Tux News with public document* of much value to the office, for which ha ha» our thanks. » ,,,, ir r n |i rrtnr v nrl |rkr nf ! > . „hört in bis accounts i twin< .,j, • Later Nordyke has returned from tils eacapade and will probably make | w j nn j n g ,.ffbrU to square up. O- Ouic. MM ««. «Un. «uCon. ha» lie n transferred to Brig ham City aution. Utah, and Mr. Mills of Montpelier succeed» him. Cadet John Danilson, of the Ogden j MilUarr Academy, has been promoted from Corporal to Sergeant iu Co. A. j I ••The flying Dutchman clock" is a daisy; the liest service* of iu record ia the preacher'* accepted time, sow. Money nowaday* ia monev; money brings office money gains friend»; everywhere the poor man ia down. Caaaia county court will ''rasslc" with a water-right case in which over 125 jiereons are interest«!. Sccretaiy of Plate Pinkham and wife passed up the mail Tuesday morning to Butte City to attend a neice who was injured in a late r*il wreck ou the N. P. road. Mis» Mattie Hopkina attended the Grand Lodge of Good Templars at Nampa a* delegate from the Black foot lodge. An elegant present has lieen left at The News office for the handsomest lady in Blaekfoot; she will please call and get it; it* ready for delivery. Arthur Davidson, formerly of Black foot. but now at Albion,.Cassia noun married to Miaa Durfee of that ty, was county last week. will the ladies of the W C another one of their When T. U. give us monthly entertainments? They too good to I» stricken from the cal endar. Services at the M. K. Church every evening this week. The regular Sun Ray services will be held next Sunday. indis* »IV Blaekfoot can name many nnlahle reasons why *he should be Liven the agricultural college but she S not taming them to th. legislature. loving fR'her, 1« Blaekfoot, that be did not work to when Some smÄ agricultural ««£• his nocket lK>"k '» ts Pr K>(l for 10 '"X hUi' 8 board and tuition from home. Idaho Falls organized a lodge of Good Templars Sunday evening with membership of thirty-four. A high liquor license bill has pass the house of the Idaho legislature, license to be $500, but it will be somewhat amended in the senate. 8am McCracken has sold his resi dence to Drake, the colored barber, and will give possession February lat. Fob Sali —H orse, Buggy and Har ness. Will be sold cheap. Apply to W. T. Reeves. Services at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening. You are cordially invited to attend. Mrs. L. A. Smith calls your atten tion to the fact that she opeued up a bakery and is prepared to furnish all with bread, pies, cakea, etc. Rev. John Dawson has announced his intention of holding service in the school house at 7:30 p. m., Wednes day next He cordially invites all to come and bear him. In Illinois, the senatorial race is still in a dead lock. Palmer, demo crat geta 101 votes; Oglesby, republi can 100 and Streeter, Farmers' Alli ance man 3. The "big 3" hold the key. About forty ballots have been taken with same result the be we and full and K. Miss Mattie Hopkins has been elec ted Vice Chief Templar of the Grand Lodge of Good Templars for the state of Idaho. This is a handsome com pliment to one of Blackfoot's young ladies. of to The spring acssiou of St. Mary 's Academy. Sait Lake City, begins Monday February 2d. This is an ex cellent school for young ladies, no hotter in all the West, nnd we invite Idaho parents to write for information. See "ad" in this issue. It i* almost an assured fact that ' North Idaho will not get all the state institutions of learning, then why stand we idle all the day long about the Agncultural College, The Attorney General has given his opinion that only those who had set tied on lots prior to the passage of the townsite bill of Podatello will be entitled to hold them at appraisment. Those who built laU r will have to take chances with buyers in the open tnaiket. Judge Standrod is ruling the legal lights of his court right down to bus > DMt * He talks mildly but plain; "Gentlemen, 11 you are not ready with « "• next term. ' The county division bill of Bing | mm j 8 being discussed in the com mittcc of the whole of the house and, "* "* "here ttU bad 11,118 8° T , J(1 trial of the two Italians charg wit |, t | 10 murder of Constable Stod j dard at Beaver Canon, resulted in con viction for murder in the second de j grec which will send them up for not I less than 10 years each. The bill for a wagon road from Wallace, Shoshone county, via. Ban Boiae county, thence on to Lemhi county and to Montana has passed the house by a vote of 26 to 9. ner. At the Grand Lodge of Good Tem plars held at Nampa this week the fol lowing officers were elected to serve for the ensuing year: C. W. Wernicke— G. C. T. Mattie Hopkins—V. G. C. T. T. C. Cahalan—Grand Councilor. Mr. Durfee—Grand Secretary. W. L. Pearson—Grand Treasurer. Rev. Van England—Grand ('hap. 0. c. Stull was elected as delegate to the Right Worthy Grand Lodge to lie held at Edinburgh, Scotland, du ring the month of May. programme Of the W. C. T. Ü. Gospel Temperance Meeting To be held at Parsons school house, wes» side, Sunday evening February 1st, 1891. Singing, hvmn. Gospef Reading. Mrs. J. 8. Watson. Singing, hymn. Prayer, Mr. J. B. Daws. . Singing, hymn. Opening address, Norman Jones. Recitation, Mattie Parsons. Recitation, Homer Laliberty. Recitation, Mrs. Pulsipher, Essay on Tobacco and Alcohol, Miss Nettie Duncan. Recitation, Lot Adams. Recitation, Emery Larocque. Recitation, Hettie Parsons. Select Reading, Mrs. Laliberty. Dialogue. Recitation, Dickey W atson. Short Reading and Recitation, Mrs. Larocque. Singing hvmn. 10 Benediction. Uietrict Court. Judge Standrod will wind up the business of this term one day next week. At the beginning of the term there were over one hundred cases on the docket; at its close there will be less than a dozen. His Honor has dispatched business rapidly, and as we hear no complaint, we take it sat isfactorily. During the session he has been holding regular evening terms and has thus given his attorneys a full benefit of day and night work From Blaekfoot His Honor goes to Bear Lake, and from there will return and hold a special term here in March Tin- Big Cattle Steal. The big cattle steal of which men tion was made in these columns last week has now been investigated far enough to bring a number of parties alleged to be engaged therein into court under indictments and for which they will probably have a trial at the special term in March. The parties indicted are C. H. Frye, Chas. Bruhn, K. Yount, W. Hannon, alias Cheyenne Bill, John Andrews, alias Dutch John and O. S. Herbert Eyen at this late and perhaps it will never be known, N|ne ^ ^ we understand it, es day it is impossible to ascertain the exact number of cattle in the big steal taped the vigilance of the parties making the complaint, and were ship ped through to Portland. The plan of the guilty ones seem to have been to buy a few and steal the more. Nearly all the cattle men in this por tion of the country are supposed to have been robbed. The escape of the nine cars from Payette may give the officers extra trouble to get all the proof wanted but the prosecution will haye enough on hand when the trial comes to make it lx>th warm and in teresting for some of the parties. 's his of be The College. The Agricultural College. It is a settled fact that the present legislature will locate and make some appropriations for the State Agricul tural College. The question of loca tion has not yet been discussed. The News rises to a question of privilege and asks the citizens of Blaekfoot and surrounding country if they are going to remain silent and present no claims for its location here or in this vicinity? We ask the question in all seriousness and in all candor. The advantages at Blaekfoot for an institution of the kind are unsurpassed by those of any locality in the State, and are we going to let them remain covered as under a bushel and say to the legislature we dont ask you to consider them or do anything for us. Is that the kind of stuff we aie made of? If so, we are pursuing the right course. Places dont often have booms and greatness thrown on them. Blaekfoot surely will not get the college unless it asks for it and its citizens work for it. It is by no means a certainty that the places now seeking it will get it and it may prove that our chances are equal "to the best. Let us make a move, and, although it may be the eleventh hour, we may win the golden opportunity of a lifetime. NOTICE. t County Treasurer s OrricE ) January 17th, 1891. J Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing Bingham County Warrants will be paid upon presentation, with interest thereon to date, if presented within sixty (60) days from date of Interest will cease from this notice, and after this date. GENERAL FUND. All Warrants outstanding registered to October 1st, 1890. SPECIAL FUND. All Warrants outstanding registered prior to January 1st, 1891. BRIDGE FUND. All Warrant outstanding registered prior to January 1st, 1891. H. W. CURTIS, Treas. prior New Bakery. Bread, Pies and Cakes Furnished on Short Notice. Mrs. L A. Smith. The Most Complete Line in Town WILL BE FOUND AT C. BUNTING & COMPANY'S, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Dry Goods and Groceries, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Bob Sleighs, Bain Wagons, Barb Wire, Hardware, Glassware, Crockery, Clothing, Carpets. TRY US We will not be Undersold by any one For Cash. Next week of ladies', misses' and childrens' all wool hose; also ladies', and childrens' woolen underwear. Now is your time for bargains at. Mrs. S. E. Holbrook's Cl AISIH a To get it for next 30 days 15 PR. CENT Reduction on Overcoats. lO PER GENT Reduction on Underclothing. 3.5 ©ENT Reduction on Furniture, etc. This reduction is for SPOT CASH ONLY. Boots and Shoes. Overcoats, Underwear, Socks, Overshirts, I have an immense line of Rubbers. Felt Boots, German Socks, Hats, Caps, and Furnishings, which I am selling cheaper than sold before IN BLAGKFOOT. .THE "GARLAND" STOVE Heating Stoves, Pipe, Stove-boards and scuttles. Give me a call and get prices Respectfully, 33. n. Blaekfoot, BIBTHAN. Idaho.