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The Idaho News
the IDAHO NEWS THE IDAHO NEWS •mr.t» : One Year, by mail .. St* Month«. Three Month«. ts.oo PC »U»H*>* * V *" T «ATUMDAT. juin», t » Publisher. 1 . 7 » 1.00 Sorsum NO. 5 JULY 4, 1891 BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY VOL. 5. j j j Danilson's Bargains ! . Sote the Prices : Children , .hoes from 75 cent* to >1 60 per pair. ladies shoe, from 11.50 to |5 00 per pair Children', plush cap. 40 cento, gnys skull cap. 50 cento. Gent'* half hose from 10 to 65 ! j 1 cent* Children', long bo»e, 3 pan. for 25 «eut* and upward Gent's »tiirto 75 cents, 11.00 • 1 25,'12 00, 12.50 and 13. OU. gilk shirt* *4.0« each. Gent', glove* of all grade, and price*. gpecisl barg.iu* in embroid eries. from 2 to 12 cents per yard. And »any Other valuable lair Call early and gel first gain* choice "Improvement The Order of the Age. » * A. ) N*(Qj| "C* , * Smith Premier Typewriter latest i mi-kovemexts. imhblb EIBW'X MOVEMENT MOST l»t HA iLE. EASIEST Ht NÄINÜ HEKTMAK ITOLIHNO. MOWT SILENT Ht SNINli. TINE WOBK -»Mr ill typewriter* Napplles Always sa fini •/ •/ Ralph T. Morgan, Bhickfoot, Idaho. tmj'ijTulxS:i 111 :i»tii rlct Agent lor Idaho. (V Writs far Inform«)»« sn4 (Vlsl'wv* I ■ A ! wm Full Line Of PlE _ rtj^Tcn^v^rUv ORt)ER% /> ,-FR.OM Xll \ vjw- I /,\ ^Bo5Tom./Aa^5oi/// li (am Be Found/^ r FH Fit rfHiLKR'S. Insure Your Buildings Against Fire with F.W. VOGLER, Pioneer Insurance Agt Of Binglmm County, represent* Five of the liest Fire Companies, also the New York Life Ins. Co. ! j ! He I3NT FÜRNITÜRE. Carpets, Window Shades, G'sklng Glasses, Bwl Nplngs, Etc. For Next 61 ) Days. have a gootl line of Bad Room putts, Parlor Suita, Patent Rockers, 1'ain and Wood tmttoin Chairs, Office Chairs and Stools, Bed Lounge*. Extension Tshles, Cupboards snd DtwVs. If •want anything in thu F it ml taro Lino call on ffAFF.fi $ MESTER. lie The big cattle cases which have ; »jeen postpooed from time to time in Ninety per cent of Idaho town* will music, horse racing and fire works. J Editor Kicbelbenrer of the Poca tello Herald, cam^up ?JSiy and clasped hands w ith old friends at f j u££ foot Post Fait*, North Idaho, is to have a match factory. The building is in process of construction. Miss Morgan tescher at Fort Hall ludiati sch* ail has resinned and re turn«! to her home in luinois. j Home Made News. Htg ball at the Opera House this, Friday, evening. Bl&ckfoot will celebrate the Fourth j enthusiastically. A big crowd will be j in attendance. W. B. George, clerk of lsogan Coun ty gave us a pleasant call Thursday. Rancher, have begun cutting ami stocking their first crop of hay. ! The indication, are that there will j tie some good horse races here on the 1 Fourth. The racer* are now under going their daily training. court are net for the 7th inat. * Governor Willey is agnin at his ) office in Boise having returned from a visit to bis old home in North Idaho P ... . . . j Chartes M Phelps wa. a lucky man , in escaping with a sen tec oe of f°ur . years in the penitentiary for the kill- j ing of Heber West at Pocatello last ! December. The eokl, rainy aeaaon has broken it. arrangements with Idaho and we are getting back to first summer prim * triple* again. A lath whose baby will be on exi ! bition at the «how says the mother who will not exhibit her baby for the prix*- tacitly admit* that, even in her tudgiMOl. her baby could not be ■ _._ „ ,, . .Sheriff Smith left I relay morning for Botoa with five prisoners ter the Wanted- About forty or fifty men and l»j a to take jmuI in the Horribles procession July 4th Apply U» L. W. West at ooce. Mr. Goo. Johnson, industrial teach-j« at Fort Hall Indian «-bool, hiu* re aignetl ami Willet Trego succeeds to his plat«. own a winner. State penitentiary ; cr The aentimeot mdemocrat i.rirdoa; today!» whoever may be second on Uio ticket in 1892 Cleveland will be I first When Cleveland was president the treasury vault* were weighted «town with a surplus of millions and millions now they are a* light as a feather, ami with wings could fly away. lloRRini.Rs take Notice— We will ■ meet at 9 o'clock sharp at Berryman A Rogers bam to dress for parade. ! The young ladles ami little girt* "dl I__a -a n „'aIamIt at t ha* «U'liooi hollSl*. to to ! The district court adjourned at a late hour Tuesday evening until the 7th inst. and Judge Standrod left on Wedneaday ter his home at Naiad. Bishop Talbot, missionery bishop of Idaho ami Wyoming, ha* boon elec ted btobop of Georgia This is a wor t" promotion of « good man thy promou n * .... Attorney J. W. Kden i» credited with having made an able argument ill the case of Boqua vs Carter for j Commissioner's salary. The law pee ! «onted by him in the case wont right , to the quick ami was an eye opener the attorneya for the plaintiff. The school board for this, Black foot district at its meeting Saturday idected tesehers for the intermediate and primary departments: Miss H. L. Htibbcll for the intermediate and Miss Cora Sill for the primary department cordial Invi meet' at 9 o clock at the school house. to Rev. Lyons extends a tatioii to nil residents of Blackfoot to attend the special service at Baptist chutch Sunday evening. Subject of —»The American Ark— J he discourse Ballot box. For pure, unadulterated originality line Joe Rich, of Montpelier, man At mwkfootyou'll ffiJftlîJlfîïSS.* 7 5Ublmtbi«.nalthlnkb«wuiire * ... republican p*rl.V 00 . , Kinky for asivation' tied overthrow and . 1892. He ts the Jupiter Saviour of them ter this year, and if ho shopld itl his take the premium from any at a country fair. who exhibit* wares Having occasion, this week to *r\lv Frank IV. Beane on land bus iic directe*! his letter as follows: to Hon Incss L To Pomtnastsss: loodfNffNlrmiOJJF ^ Än » pncloRCMl to The psrtlotilsfs of *010" » Knink Beane A b The fail in Ohio the demoralization would j lie beyond the control of the Quays, ] Harrisons, Dudleys, Heeds and other ■ The Good Templars gave theirenter tainmeut at the Opera House to a fair audience, and according to the pro gramme as published iu Thi Nkws of ; last week. This order is growing from week to week and now includes in its joumbera. large per cent of the young) P^Pjj ofthe tow, ' "<» surrounding J The committee of arrangements for Ga * Uuboi* Reception has pet(acted ? * P>- *«<» «^ranged every detail f «*r it. success. A number of state ; oUlcials and distinguish)**! visitors from Boise and other cities and towns „f ,j, e «täte are expected to be pres ent The programme as given in The New s of last week will lie carried out ami to be in at the beginning you must *» in the court house at 7 30 p. m. j .harp, bouses of the party. Keep your memories jogged about the Big Fourth of July celebration and lie on band when Prof. West's Horribles parade. They will beat the Mardi (iras crew. And again then be sure to hear Attorney Hdeu's eloquent and patriotic oration. He will give you a treat to remember. 2V> The Penitentiary. The following parties tried and cor j vicie*! at this term of court were sen tl>nwl Tuesday evening to the peui . .. .. j ! Ja». Harris, burglary, one year. Pat J. White John Braithwaith,larueuy, one year John Silver, C'haa. Phelps, manslaughter. 4 yrs. two years. two years. Free Pleture* For The liable*. ! All the babies entered for the baby show July 10th will be given free pic lures of themselves, ami the two ta king prizes will tie given large por be trait* MeAvoy. the photographer, will ■ ba in Blackfoot after the 8th inst and on applcation at The News office w j|| tic given for free pictures ^ #ny tJnJ<J <Jtlrin g u,,, «lay of the 9th and up to noon on the 10th. Kvety mother ought to take advantage of of this li lierai offer of The News and W. get a good picture of her little one. ttemember that these pictures are »*" . , Jditi ° n to lhe e,eR " nt * >nW * re ; offered. ont ^ n "d7or~Friday evening, July 10l[| T„ rac ct the demands of friends j i Tlie Great Baby Show is positively The tirent Hu by Show. the boundary lines for competitors have been extended, and are now open to all from Basalt to the Black toot river south of town of Blackfoot ami to all on West side Snake river 10 miles above and 10 miles below the bridge. Two valuable prizes will Ik* given. One for the i'HETTiest baby under 12 months of age, and one for the prettiest lie tween 12 and 20 months. No entrance fee forcompet itors will tie charged. The programme for the evening's entertainment will insist of addresses, music by the (}| w club. »Ye old time'' baby songs Baby Talk of young mothers, Tab Icaux. balloting for the prizes. Pre sentation of prizes etc., etc. In roLii lion to the prizes large portrait* of the babtea taking the prize, will aiso be presented them Kvery baby enter ing the contest will be given a picture 0 f (taelf free of charge upon applioa ^ 0|) a( thk News offline for a ticket U) j| C Avoy'a gallery. The prizes are w ^ awttr ^ed by popular vote; each , n()v Hn<) gontlemon present will be sl ||,; we d to eiwt one vote and only one an( ) t |, cn no t for babies by name but by numbers they bear. An admission fee of only 25 cents will lie charged at the door to defray expenses of hall etc. Children over five yearn of ago will be charged same as adults. In early June The News copied a press dispatch sent from Boise City «» lhe Wafthington til which 1 » WM Hinted that the State democratic eetl It I* Xot So. to of he Irai committee at a meeting had en dorsed Judge Clagctt for the I'. 8. Sen ate and would use the inlltieuceof the party to have him given the seat We made bold, at the time, to deny its truth because we believed the com mittco would not be guilty of making such a blunder. To-day we publish a denial from Chairman Ainslie which will put the matter forever at rest, This is what he says: Boise City, Idaho, June 26,1891. Editor Democrat: I learn that some newspaper has published the stale ment which is being industriously „jrcutatod that the Democratic State , Central Committee has indorsed the claims of Hon. Wm. H. Wage« to the . sctiatorship as against the claims of of « Dubois. As a matter of justice to the democracy of Idaho j as well as to the members of the corn ! îmttee I deem it my duty as chairman to pronounce such statement, or re j port, absolutely false in every partie- j ular. As a matter of fact there has ; been no meeting of the Democratic SStaÄSTtr individual 116 S'",ÏS': : 25 ■ ïSrSiÂrÂÏÏUSir. far as I am advised of the senti meut* of members, recognize the affair , i49 u republican funeral, and that we have no voit* tn the selection of the ; • political corpse. Respectfully, Geokoe Ainblih, chairman Dem. State Centrai Com. It is time the democratic party of Idaho were organizing The repub licans of this city have s -ost perfect, ; organization. Tbey are bolding regu lar meetings, have a glee club and speeches to enthuse are made in their hall. The democrats are simplv doing nothing and permitting their oppo nents to have their own way. The lukewarm and wavering are drawn in to their sweepnet, sometimes because of the intercourse arising therefrom. Once within the walls of the monopo lists headquarters they become parti sans and all argument is made in vain. It has been said of many old dem ocrats that they will never do a thing for the party or give a dollar to main ta'u it unless they have an offlice in view. Now is as good a time as any to approve or disapprove the truth or falsity of the assertion. If the former leader will not take bolu of this mat ter others will even if it does make a big kick. The principles of the party are worth contending for. It is the right against the wrong; the interests of the west against the encroachments of the money power of the east; in dividual rights against monopoly; the cause of the farmer and mechanic of the country against those who would lie their oppessors and hold over them an arbitrary power. Sixteen months will soon pass away and then the election of a next pres ident will transpire. In about twelve months the nominations will have been The enemy are organized. Unless the democrats of Idaho do the it will tie like a band of undis + _ ra!W } t . giv- * every_ year to place the party in good fight same j eiplined militiamen against regulars j Idaho is naturally a democratic state i but the party is in a state bordering upon disorganization. It will require hour of time within the next |ng trini. To organize properly means victory, To defer action means deteat, —Democrat, 10 main for the next 10 days. Those wanting work should call early, Dentist. Dr. A. F. Stockley, Dentist, has rooms at the Reeves House and is prepare*! to do all kinds of dental work at reasonable rates. He will re Photo Gallery. MeAvoy. the photographer, has ren ted rooms in the Old Commercial ho tel for a Photo Gallery, and after the 8th inst will lie prepared to take first class photos, enlarge pictures amt do all kinds of work in his line. Thoroughbred Bull*, The undersigned has at his stables the town of Blackfoot twe thor near onghbred bulls, one a Red Pole Angus and the other a Durham, which lie will stand during the season, needing their services will make ap plication for terms, etc., to J. A. Berkley. Breeders Dissolution Xotter. Notice 1* hereby (riven Hist the imrtnership hero tut or r exlstlna between C. J. Bassett nod W. H. llassotl, under the firm inline of Bassett Bros., In the business of ntmtlnK n Stade Une mm neaver canon, tn the state of ldsiu*. to j unCt ihri, by mutual consent <Knolved. C. J n*»»,'ti will continue the business ami take all Ute asset» and assume all liabilities of said Urm of Bassett llros. a the the of Bassett Bbos. By 0. 4. Bassktt. NOTH* FOB PUBLICATION. July 1, 1WI. I.Asn Ornes *t ULACkro^tesao. | I. 1a-vI Warren, of Blackfoot Canon, Idaho, who made drerart bind nnnllost Ion No. sut, on the Slh dny of Almost, Vm, f«>r the «"»vrvey. ,sl 1SU sere» of land on Sprln« l sr*. Idaho. H» ner dUutrstn on file in the lihtckroot Lhiio omet», mtittby jrlvo notice of my lntcniton t*» nmke flosl proof in esblblish niv Inml before the HngtoMwaod Mroetyer at Blackfoot, Idaho, on Sstunlny. Au* ist « 1 «U, snd Cl»»t I expeet to prove »Ita tsatoja nj has been prop*rür reçlsinied «nd IrrlçHb d l<> the manner requTred byJawbytsm orfsMow imt wltoesse»: tewl» K. Pritchett. wmtHtn Twltohell. Chsrle» Haddock nod Jsmes Hull, alio. Blnahsm county, Hegistcr. Special line of Corset* at 50 cento at Mr«. Barnhart's. 116 yards of Calico $1. 12 yds. new Challies $1, 25 pieces of Embroidery at cost Gente Congress Shoes for only *1.50. LadfoS SCrewfaStGlied grain sllOCS for OIllV $1.50. i- , . , Chlldl'CnS SeRIlllCSS DRCK SCreWIRSteDed gPRUl SuOe • q , t.y f ... nn l r *1 OX »UMS» o LU J-Ä lui tHilj V t .-.O. flontfl crnnrl /♦Vinvint chirt<i fill' nnlv 75 ULIllb gOOU UltMUL blllllb 1U1 Ulll> Id LLlll». Geilt« gOO(l Colored SeamleSS hose, 2 pair for 25c FiDGSt lillG of gGlltS NGCkw Gtll 25c tO $1.00. TfoforP nilfphssitl? yj\'P US R Gall WOTC pUrCIldMIlg gl\ G Ub R CRU. Il II Il II C. BUNTING & COMPANY. THE IDAHO HOUSE. ++-W-+++++++++4 Newly Bulll and Newly Equipped and Fur nished from Top to Bottom. »•++++++++ -n ! i » I ++++++-! + First Class Hotel in Every Respect. Centrally Located. «n©* Charges Moderate. Share of the Public Patronage Solicited. >4. p. GARLlTZ, Proprietor. Have You Seen At BIETHAN'S That fine line of Neckwear? just received The line of stylish Hats that have just arrived? . -rk- ® _ . _ . XhOS 6 DOVS SllOeS tiiat Wöar «/ _ », so long and well. Those French calf Morocco tip hoots at $4.50. ~ 3 è-? 3 r æ-rSt-St-S? His men's calf boots at $3.25 His fine line of Clothing. That bed room set at $23.00 C. His large and elegant line of Reed Rockers. His complete line of Furniture and Wall Paj>er. -S-' -Si.' I lis line of Hardware, Harness and Saddles, on H» t*» at nj l<> If you have not, go and see them, get his prices and save money. D. H. BIETHAN. Blackfoot, Idaho.