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BRD BVBRY waturday. JON Eli, Pebllsker. j for Job Work of any kind i Promptly attended to. , . ^MiglWirilMM. I<UtKi, lilMMW M •**" ud ol*«»»" Util fc Northen Tiw Carl. 0O1.NO SOUTH. ftftMwl »*4:30 *Lod*tion »t 3 02 p. m. *"^0OlNO SOUTH, fat M*»l »* 5 " 5 * œ J^odation at 10 30 p. m »»MAS <■*' r> a. or • I I w isrrW», bat Daatbea'a. H fftcMigridulate .»nr 1 riends ^■^iCtt»tcu!> rs u(«111 the Crest Hfepuulbvy li»w: b.-r> Uitxrc I jocjra; of u». and do rwvm I it-A that the.V call U|* ü uv ■ wsfor Something Still Bet ■ * Vt> srv carry ing » Hplen ■ jHRock for tbe Season a» H wi; u IMidat C.«-!'. and wr H ,£*,1 t* iiiidepH»! I by any ■ Iin tbe county. An in Stock sud Price* Hvtilun.li the cloaeat buyer (torn Tasast K«« s Omn January 17«h. 1 «01 . ( Unes is hMcbr oiven that tbe (ol Huitfi mi Counti Warrants pul u|«m prvwntatnm. with Hmt thereon to date, if preseoUNl «ttosiilï (6»)«la\s from date of as«tic*" Intend» will cease from O. DAßlLSOD .VO TICK. pitfttt this dale. GENERAL KI ND. pVimnt* outstanding registered ■artsOctober lit, 1*90 SPECIAL KI ND III Warrant* ooutanding registered Hr«* to Januar v 1*1. IWM, BRIDGE FI ND p Warrant outstanding registcred few to January 1st. 1 Ht» I. I h w. cuvns, t««** Old paper* few sate at thia office BELOW COST. Come Early, Como Late and get Goods Relow Cost. it. out in order to make room *»» mammoth stock of Millinery "d Dry Gooda In the Spring, •kii-b will be aoltl at price« to W»' the purse of rich* poor »«". A. E. BARNHART, ;iv'V I3XT FURNITURE. Carpets, Window Shades, (ila«*e«, Bed Spin**, Etc. 1 I r t®« h *ve a good line ot Bed Hoorn Parlor Suits, Patent Hocker», t *' n and Wood bottom Chairs, Unie* Chairs and Stools, Bed "»anges. Extension Tables, Cupboards and Desks. If *»nt anything in the Furniture Line call on HA F Eli <j- M EST Eli. | The Idaho News. THE IDAHO NEWS. i VOL. 4. m.uef,_ TEEMS: .. $3,00 One Year, by mail, Six Months,. Three Months,.... 1,75 1,00 BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1891 NO. 37 ONE THINU AND ANOTHER. is a Baled hay for sale at McTucker's. The lobby season has been good at Boise City this winter. " Mack, of Daily, has been c pointed warden of the penitentiary. Five prisoners, misdemeanor pris oners, languish in the county jail. Cattle men extra "I about Cheyenne are fearing heavy lo-s«» from the blizzard and snow storm of last Sunday. South Dakota is still babouin g for I'uited States Senator, so is Illinois. Kx-Sherit! Woodin's new residence, 1 uesr the court house, will soon be j ready for occupancy. • Quite a number of lives were lost j in last Sunday's blizzard in Nebraska > and Dakota. Services at the Methodist church j Sunday morning and evening. You are all cordially invited. Attorney T. M. Stewart has gone to ! Boise City to attend to cases before ; the supreme court j : A Farmer«' Alliance Lodge will soon be organized at Blackfoot Twenty five charter members are already en rolled. Our legislators were prompt in pro tecting "moose*" but slow in provi ding for the unfortunate insane. To-day is St Valentine's day. Re raember your bevt girl with a suits- ! j ble token of affectum is the advice ot ! our nuslest young deviL Tbe supreme court of the state or Kaoi*i*l MoikUv with äj! iiasbntuck . Clerk, Joe I'ltikbstn crier mid I'elcr ^_ \ »_ 2 ..ar ; Cremm bailiff. The supreme court of the stale will be called on U> say whether the pres M| , M ^ |on u( the legislature <s a reg ! ular ,, r i . „ _ , , . „ . <HI Taylor has gone to Boise ^ U> iTdlvUio^btlî*** ^ *° ^ ^ Y v on i . .... Tbe Idaho Falls Time* says all the kicker» agsinsl tbe count) division hill live in Blackfoot This is a mis take. Nearly every town of anv im IMirtance in the county, has petitionetl Services at tbe Baptist church next • Sunday morning and eveuing. You are cordially invited to attend. ' against division. ll is now very certain that the town lot* of Pocatello will be advertised for sale at a <lav not far away. (*has Phelps, the murderer of Hebe West at PoJtrllo. ha* turned bis back the officer* of Idaho, and gone upon ••»«> far ** never vaa.'' Il»»n Frank W Beane and family have l»een callc*! to Goshen, Indiana. account of the death of some near relativ«. on |t„ ht. I Idyrn ot the Blackfoot pub-1 lie achool. successfully |«umd the teachers' examination lately held here. and 1» now legally qualified to wield the red in any of the schools of Bing ham county. Twelve pupil* s» the Fort Hnll In dinn school are still on tbe sick list The school farmer. Mr. McCurdy, is also rc|K»rted very sick. in order for Joe Kin Senator Under It now seems ncy, I. N Shirp W ,' KH | w |„, were voted for Wednesday r |„. » n d demand the election of n r*th 1'nitetl States Senator. I n the Ogden municipal election |m ' Mo|1 , ln> t | ie Citizen* elected the ^SiÄlÄSÄ or j of the lickeL ! The county division questions j uncertain qimntitics in tlie legislature : One dnv the combine ap|K'ar* U. N and tlie next day K. 0.—which means : kicked out. ! If Governor Willey dont find agreeable with his feelings to do anv thing for Bingham county republicans ! îïi y Bingba.n «wnty repubHcans will live mid grow fat on t e « ne e «teers that roam on a thousand nuis ami the magnlflœnt moaly^.ut^. Hint grow in the soil. Beef amt 1» ! tatoe* l»eat politica. In the Pmiatello republican eonven 1 lion Representative Brigg* is rc t K>rb ! j «I am for Fred Dubois âârî-LSd sw». s»«w that urn lore. ^ ^isbe de f.'atcd^lr Brigg* is solely bln for it. and be alone has mude possible f«r bini to be. \\ th * Brigg*' vote Mr. ClnggrU cm have gotten the requis» to numb f voles to have elected huff. B matter is with Mr Briggs «ni I •. publican copstltocnU in B" b • county. are Our Indian philosopher, Lazy Joe, is very emphatic that this cold and stormy weather is no good. George Holbrook returned home Thursday morning from Monmouth, Illinois, where he bad been attending school. Before next election the Farmers' Alliance will be a strong factor in Bingham county politics. This is con fidential, and j'ou may hang it up on a strong peg in memory. The heavy snow storms in Nebraska and Wyoming last Sunday blockaded the roads and cut us off from eastern mails for two days. Six mail aud passenger trains were tied up on the U. P. road between Cheyenne and Omaha Monday on ac count of the snow blockade. Boise City was ablaze with fire works on the evening of Judge Clag gett's election. ed asked to passed your to ating lawyer To tances many death to cerely. and 1 fall the Farmer McCurdy, of Fort Hall In- j diau school, who has been on the sick ! l *»e list for many weeks, is now in Black- i to l foot under 'medical treatment of Dr. 1 Behie. j aud same When tbe census enumerator visits | latest Blackfoot in the summer time he will j and find a healthy increase of population | over his last report feast The I'matiila Indian reservation is I to be opened to settlement This was ' » long delayed justice. Ten years I ! bave passed since tbe treaty was made j ! »*•'• not until the present day has the for government seen fit to put the treaty | two in force and open the reservation. C. . , . . ...... J A lady traveling on the U. P. road . gave premature bin , to twins atPo-, ^ <-ttU 'b° ls alleged^ îat 8U p . ^ er tr ? u 1 0 rou ^ ? n , ^ a the ,n sbe /rightened ; and »he want» damage to the amount ; r of $25,000 for her mishap. | The refusal of Gov. W illey to ap ! P«'"' » Blackfoot man on the Imard j , i of asylum i«n*etors is a disappoint, j <k ' ment to the many friends of the insti- great tut j on The names of more than one Wd befo ™ him wiU ' cxwllent the , .... ... sons !x*l known to him to put them whore the day light shineth not Sure ly it cannot lie. as has often been in 1 timatod. that the governor has noth ing in his store house for Bingham county republicans. • ' endorsements, but he saw fit for rea Thc were ty is in so To ity a The visiting committee to the lo : nane Asylum provided by prompt leg ! islation for their own pay, while tbe ! employes and creditors of the institm '»on are still unpaid; but then self preservation is Uic first law of nature, donteber know. • For Sal«— Horse, Buggy and Ilar WU1 be sold cheap. Apply to W. T. Reeves. new. Another Butte City firm, Hollister * Co., Grocers, made an, assignment j on last Thursday, ! is A party of Ogdenites were arrested ami put under $500 bonds for alleged bribery in Monday's election. We will pay the highest cash price for Countt Warrants. Berrvman & Rogers. Miss Hilda Bailye has returned to Blackfoot and thanks the ladies of town for their kind patronage and still holies toretain their appreciation. In the election of ith ITnitod States Senator Mr. Dubois' frieuds were eitli purpoaely absent or threw away their votes in a way to make the pro ceedings appear as rediculous ns pos sible. «T • it de Hofoie this issuo of The New it (ts rcttder#< Gpn . W. T. Slier * man , in all probability, will have j otlu( d the great host of comrades who J f( , nowi , d him and who crossed over t|)0 1)ivjdf! ln advnuce of his coming Hij wn( |ition to-day is alarming and hc maj . not | lvo through the day. Rev. Mr. Lyons, pastor of Baptist church, has occasion for Thanksgiv ing service because of the birth of a son, the first born in his family. This little assistant pastor came to the par sonage Tuesday under all the bless ings and joys of grateful parents for their first boru. Montpelier has organized a eompn nv of National Guards of Idaho, and Capt Chamberlain, of Idaho Falls, mustered them in service last Satur day. The company will be designa ted in tbe line as Company H. Speaker Fenn of the House, and W. S. Dunaway enrolling clerk, have bad ti bit of correspondence that will be committee. The investigated by a matter is now the property of the House and must bo disposed of by that body. s re Which one of the prisoners sentenc ed at the last term of the court, when asked by the court if he had anything to say why sentence should not be passed on him, answered—' Nothing, your Honor, but to ask you to take in to merciful consideration the extenu ating circumstances of the kind of lawyer I had to defend me." Card of Thanks. To the many friends and acquain tances who showed my family so many acts of kindness and gave ex pressions of sympathy to me and my children duriug the illness and at the death of my wife, I take this occasion to thank them one and all most sin cerely. Respectfully. R. H. Dunn. Briny on the lied Paint. The contingencies have happened, must come. In tbe and the red paint fall Blackfoot was promised that in the event of McConnell's election to l *»e Senate and Beatty s appointment to l * lu Judgship, the slaughter house headquarters were to have a dress-coat aud overcoat of red paint and the same to be varnished over in tbe latest artistic style. Mac got there and Beatty is on the. threshold of the doorway. Give us tbe paint and the feast of roasted stalled ox. Governor Willey appointed tbe fol lowing gentlemen a board of directors for the Insane Asylum for the next two years: L N. Coslin, of Boise; W. Insane Asylum lUreetors. C. Hill, of Bellevue and Frank Kava naugh, of Rocky Bar. The board will ^ b| ho , d first meeting within ^ few • ^ to organize an | dect a 8U p er i n t en( j en t Q f the institution for the game time for which they were ap ^ r | What Blackfoot JSceds. it has been aptly remarked that the j , . con fl aaration th at leveled j <k ' «»ntlagration that lev tied great parts of London and Chicago to ashes did those places more good than the casual observer ever dreamed of. Thc streets and buildings of both cities were afterwards improved upon, and from their own ashes arose cities of magnificent splendor, replete with the marks of architectural skill and beau ty characteristic of the highest civili zation among men and the grandest workmanship among artisans. If anything on earth will draw a desirable population, in numbers or quality, to a rising town it is an ap pearance of neatness in which the hand of care and the touch of pride is visible around its dwellings and through the avenues of its principal highways. Many a great city started in life without half the natural sur rounding that Blackfoot has to-day. They, like self made men, had the material within themselves. The lives of cities and of men are so closely related that the history of one without the other is incomplete. To note the development and prosper ity and materialization of a city with out mention of its benefactors and founders is a gross ingratitude as well as a surface view of what might have been a practical and profitable observation. Our little town is supplied by na ture with all the things necessary for a numerous congregation of individu als collected into a great body corpo rate for tbe general prosperity of all its members. But alas, what can we expect? The element of the self made man is wanting. The material is not found within itself. The vitality of the place is at low tide. It seems consumptive. Perhaps it is only drowsiness. Shame, shame I say, to sleep when the sun shines; to slumber at noonday: To close our ears and eyes when the boom is booming all What is needed, Koch's Lymph? No, nothing half so good. Socrates' hemlock and Carthagenian fire? Anything to open up the con duit of enterprise and quicken the popular pulse for the good of our in fant town. The first thing a visitor sees when coming into Blackfoot is a house near the eeuter of Main Street, the second is another shack in the same street and the third thing is another still worse on the same line. How to get them out I cannot tell. While the element that benefitted Chicago would be effective yet the means are deplor Well signed petitions might do the If not, the question is, bow the progressive bloods get the No doubt but that to of who over and a for and around us. W. bad be The the by s work. can lead in the town, the town should soon be incorporated,, the streets cleaned and everything made ready to catch as much aa pos sible of the incoming emigration. Kastkrn Man. re F S-3 WS O ® O GU r-K P f * p £ 3 £ X *•— _ 3- g-JS 5 5 % 2T " H » g 2 £ c ÿ ~ 3 c- s* r? © X a © x Ü -r ee a a p S êl sr w.= - « r eu a j s ^9 3 o -t X a ► 3 3 3 3 x © O e < o QO H* S- sO tUm 3. »— 5 x Ç* 3 P g* O S 3 " pH* g a © 3-' I* 3* 3 m T 3 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 T IST I > T . A O If O O in- JL I xL LJ A -Y J. Y V—X t N- x V— J V— J -L • » ; mrjn ll/N II n| AMT\Ji Q/T'/W/P' A Ti Hi vlix A\Ll/A A J £> A V V I~i ] XTno+infl» Q+rtTTOC 'PlTIA XjLC ciXlIl^ ÔXUVtîôy JT 1^10* get . . • the Cl+OVP-HOfl T*n S SI.TlCl SCllt/tlGS. O LU V tî UUcLJL US CU.1U. WOO. ; the Give me a call and get prices i the j j To get it for next 30 days 15 PR. CENT Reduction on Overcoats. lO F*ELR GENT Reduction on Underclothing. 15 CEITT 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, G raian Socks, Hats, Caps, and Furnishings, which I am selling cheaper than sold before Respectfully, | -1 j D. H. BIETEfAN. Blackfoot, Idaho.