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YHE IDAHO NEWS THE IDAHO NEWS TERMS ; One Tear, by mall... SU Months. Three Months. rtJRhlSHSh KVBRT «ATOKDAT. « « Publisher. .... w.w 1 .» LOO BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, JULY 11,1891 VOL. 5. NO. 6 the ing the M. Park of hold ! IIS « _oOo jjot* the Prices : Children's shoes from 75 cents to *15« P*** - P" ir - Kadic* shoe* from *1.50 to *5 00 per pair Children's plush caps 40 cent*, goy, skull cap. 50 uenU. Gent'» half hose from 10 to 65 cent«. Children s long hoae, 3 pans for 25 ceuts and upward Gent's shirts "5 cent», *1.00 *1.25, *2 0O, #2 50 and »3 00. Silk shirt* *4 00 each. Gent's gloves of sll pr-ule* and price. Special bargains in embroid •ries. from 2 to 12 MU per yard And many other valuable bar gains Call early aud get first choice "Improvement fhe Order of the Age." for (ail ' on ihe j the ure for Smith Premier Typewriter «lav ; by ] ! LATESTIMFHMVEN K.VTB. POt'IU.E BtanoN MOVEMENT MOST IH*EA ■LX. EASIEST Ht'XNIXU tlRwTMAK MOLDIMi. M>>ST »ILKXT MfNSI*« ntt WOEK ill Typewriters sappll« Always as •I* Hand. Ralph T. Morgan, Rlackfoot, Idaho. tmjfljHf ()f ) I ill I I |- ftet Agent lor Idaho. ISrW'tiaf.ir Intonaaiam am) Calal'wur of t up 1 i I ! ; ! Insure Ynnr llmlilmtrv * U" I Our DllllUlIlgo Against Fire with . Full V v Line Of V\ xJÆaaPlE S\ ♦ ru5 Tcfe Cloth in O' fhom _Bo5TON./V\A^J 0 } (ah Found^ 4 \ FRED FOOLER'S. F. W. VOGLER, Pioneer Insurance Agt Of Binglmm County. He represents Five of the liest Fire Companies, also the New York Life Ins. Co. I Prices. I ■V i" 1 I3XT FURNITURE. Carpets, Window Shades, Inking UUawv Bed Nplngs, Ktr. For Next DO Days. e have a gooil Uns of Bed Room cuits, Parlor Stilts, Patent Rockers, ' »In and Wood bottom Chairs, Office Chairs and Stools, Bed Lounges, Extension Tables, Cnpboard* and Desks. If want anything in the Furniture Line call on Rafer 3 - mester. Home Made News. Seuator Dubois' handsome ideiice is about ready for occupancy. The laying of the foundation tor the new flouring mill was commenced Thursday morning. The big cattle outfits begun brand ing this week over on the head of the Port neuf. The families of Sheriff Smith and M. Patrie will leave for the National Park early in August Jimmie Stevens will act as post master during the absence of his brother Fred at the Park. Register Anson will leave for I*o cateilo on the Kith and begin the sale of townsite lots. The insane asylum directors will hold a regular quarterly meeting next ! week. Service, at the Methodist church I Sunday at the usual hours. You are : of invited 1 the Him. Parley L. \\ iiliams, of Salt Lake, came up and assisted in the prosecution of C. H. Frye, the alleged for cattle thief. of train New as old than W. ly for and j him. new res i Miaa Hilda Bailey left last week for a summer's visit to her parents, ®* (ail will return tu the early fall. Our visitors at the Reception were unanimous and very pronounced in ' their statement—"There are no flies on Black fool people." Idaho Falla has surveyed a road to < ihe I<o«l River country and cleared j the sage brush from the same Mr G. Thompson, merchant at Arc«, spent the Fourth in Blaekfoot. the Oxford is rejoicing over the depart ure of it* Dr and wife, and is sorry for the people among whom they go. Lost — At the 0|«era House. Thur» «lav evening, a telescope cigar case, i Kinder will plcaac leave st this office. The sympathies of .11 Black fool T friends go out to Mr Sam Hays and wife, of Boiae City, in the affliction the which has come to their happy borne ; by the death of their young son. ] A destructive bail storm visited Bellevue Tuesday which did great ! damage to the growing crops and is ed ny "»"' b K™** '» IHIImg millions of grass Ht the census returns Bingham ('utility 1* shown to have a population of 13.575, but the census returns are not comet, Bingham County has over 15.000 people today. The case of Editor Bonney for criminal liliel will probably be taken up in court immediately after the cattle stealing cases sre disposed of. At Wallaces Theatre, Broadway. New York, it is not considered in good taste to eat peanuts at a play, land at the Grand Opera House. St. 1 fsails, dogs are not admitted in the i dress circle. I The Glee Club, of Blaekfoot. gets ! many compliments for its good music that are not proclaimed to the world ; from the housetops. ! An engineer corps is now making a preliminary survey for arstlroad from B,4 m City to Butte, Montana. About 6» miles have been gone over with favorable result*. IVheu cattle are taken from the isnge, loaded on the cars and shipped to distant points; then stopped, ta ought back aud turned over to the at big expense to him, it's ycry plain somebody's hand was in it Hev. O. A. Smith, of the Methodist . hurvh, Texas, Ims been assign«! to pastorate of the Methodist church Pocatello, and will hold his first the 19th of July. C. owner I lie at services on We understand that the members of the Methodist church at this place at the 4 Hi quarterly meeting Sunday, unanimously requested the return of Its pastor, 'Bev. 0. 0. Stull, for the next conference year. A L UiehardRon, clerk of the U S. c url, came over from Boiae City to attend the. reception given Senator Dubois. Mr. Richardson always finds Blackball s gates ajar and a pleasant welcome for him. A French count when brought into court by eighty-two different creditors acknowledged that he was somewhat financially embarrassed, but he want cd a little more time to conclude » marriage with an American girl. It granted. A number of our largest stock mcr were interested In the trial of 0. Fi ve for cattle stealing; in the cour room we noted. Wm. Burke, Thom. soark« K. R. Hawley, Wm. V,ooh\ BurvmHD A Rogers Wm. Kirkp... SmZk. a. W.r. ».ill.*, » 0, Rand. Room m u One The but of I Any one who kindly gave the use : of d ."' b< ' 1 * lhe b "'l uet * nd , b * vo not received the same, may find them at 1 the store of Win. H. Dantlson. The committee endeavored to return all »„ch but were unable to find owners for the When you get mixed up in the piles of trunks on the station platform at train time dont lose your balauce and imagine yourself at central depot in New York. Rlackfoot is not as large as New York is to-day; it is not as old bv over 100 years, but it is larger than New York once was. Gov. Willey has appointed Jos. A. Clark and C. C. Tautphaus, Idaho Falls, and Geo. A. Robethan and J. W. Jones, Black foot, delegates to the Irrigation Congress to be held at Bait Lake September 15th. Editor Bonney, of the Idaho Falls Times, announces the beginning of volume 2 of his paper, and humorous ly details his ups and dowus, travels for health, bis introduction to Berry, Flenner, Patrie and the other fellow, and promises to make the volume better than the first Good luck to j him. cil, the the N. the for Mr. for to of The committee further i desires Ut thank each and all for do »"»ions and services rendered that ®* de *•>« banquet such a pleasant and successful affair. Oregon has organised a State Far mers Alliance. same. < passed upon by Judge Standrod to The matter of salary in the Cham berlain Woodtn Content Cave will be day. Senator Dubois in bis speech said: "When I die let me be buried among the Blaekfoot people whom I love so welL" Imlian Soldirr». A detail of Doited States soldiers i * company of Indian Soldiers. T «* New* wquld be pleased to learn "»■« the detail was successful even to the enlisting of two companies, is now at Ross Fork endeavoring to The Comrade* of AntrUam. The Comrades of Anteitam at the Opera House Thursday evening, by the amateurs of Idaho Falls, was greet ed with a crowded house and was well received. The performance was alto gether good, very good, for a compa ny so little accustomed to appear be fore the footlights on the stage. Our Blaekfoot people were both agreeably surprised and pleased and should the company find it convenient to visit Blaekfoot again it may confidently expect to receive a most cordial wel come from an appreciative audience. to a to The Cattle Stealing Cases. At the re-opening of the court on the 7th inst the case of the Stave vs. C. H. Frye, principal in the alleged cattle stealing cases was called and put on trial. Attorney Winters was assisted by Hons. J. H. Hawley and Parley Williams, and the defendant was represented by Hons. H. W. Smith and Arthur Brown. All day Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday the fight was on and every inch of ground wit nessed a contest Thursday evening at the close of able arguments on tx)tb sides the case was given to the jury who after being out throe hours returned into coutt with a verdict of not guilty. Thus endeth the chapter of the great cattle stealing eases. To say that cattle men are disappointed ut the final outcome, to say that the people who have hoard of the cases are disappointed would be expressing it as mildly as it can lie put in cold leaden type. The parties indicted, save one a fugitive from justice, go free, but It will tic hard to make mauy a man in Bingham county believe they go with clean hands. of S. to » It » Fourth of inlf. The 115th anniversary of American Independence was enthusiastically ob served in Blaekfoot, and the program for the day as published in Tit k News tueeessfuily rendered. The parade of ihe Horribles was a happy hit-their grotesque figures, conveyances and music gave to the opening exercises a Hardy good cheer. ' The ear of Liber I y which followed with Miss Cora Sill as goddess and gcr liitlo attend* .uita attracted the eyes of all, and t leir patriotic songs were loudly sp plauded. Rev. G. C. Stull read the Declaration of Independence and At torney Eden, orator, delivered a very One and acceptable oration to all. The rain stoims in the afternoon pre vented ß. number of sport« and inter ferred to some extent with the races, but passed over in time for a display of fireworks in the evening. Thus another day of the Old Glorious is wound up forever in the chain of re volving years. 16 25 Oar Gama* Letter. Ed New*—B ecause Camas has no electric lights, no mayor or city coun cil, It must not be supposed that Camas dont know how to celebrate the 4th of July. On the evening of the 3d the string hand gave a very pleasant and orderly dance at Stuart's Hall. The supper was furnished by N. Vannoy, the obliging proprietor of the Lewis House. I will not say the "table groaned" under the good things, for it is time to let that old chestnut have a rest. But if any doubted that Mr. and Mrs. Vannoy did not know what dancers wanted for a midnight supper, doubts no more. At sun rise the old original thirteen guns were fired; and at 10 the crowd marched to the grove where tables were spread with good things. Judge Brooke read the Declaration of Inde pendence. Camas did not send away for orators as some villages are forced to do that we could mention. Some of our wordy magnates addressed the people with short terse speeches. Rev. Goodwin, of Wyoming, acted as chaj - lain. The time honored greased pole was climbed by Martin Siiltout on his first trial. Then came sack race* fol lowed by foot and horse races which were vety satisfactory. In the even ing a fine display of fire works was witnessed after which all went home feeling that the country was saved again. to to be Programme. Of the Gospel Temperance Meeting to be held in the Baptist church on Tuesday evening, July 14th: Song by the congregation. Scripture reading by Mrs. Cherry. Prayer by Mrs. Pierce. Song by the choir. Reading by Miss Ray. Solo by Mrs. Biethan. Recitation by six boys. Paper on Phrenology by Mr. Fred. A. Stevens. Duett, by Miss Behle and Mr. Stev enson. Collection Speech. Alfred Givens, Maud Hopkins and Lizzie Criswell. Doxology. on vs. wit on the of To the cold go 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 be prepared to take first class photos, enlarge pictures and do all kinds of work in his line. Thoroughbred Bull », The undersigned has at his stables near the town of Blaekfoot twe thor oughbred bulls, one a Red Pole Angus and the other a Durham, which he will stand during the season. Breeders needing their services will make ap plication for terms, etc., to J. A. Bef.ri.f.y. Dissolution Notice. Notice Is hereby given that the partnership heretotore existing between C. J. Bassett amt W. H. Bassett, under the Arm name of Bassett Bros., in the business of running a Stage Line from Beaver Canon, In the State of Idaho, to and through the Yellowstone National Para, In the state of Wyoming, was on the IMh day of June, 1S91, by mutual consent dissolved. C. J. Bassett will continue the business and take all the assets and assumo all liabilities of said firm of Bassett Bros. Barrktt Bros. By C. J. Barsktt. NOTICE HOB PUBLICATION. July 1. 18»t. ob of and a Cora and sp Land Omca at UuACkrooT, Idaho. I June», lHOI. I I. Levi Warren. of Bl*ckfoot ORtion, Idaho, who made desert land application No. Mit, on the mb day of August. law. for the unaervey ed Kkl acre» of land on Spring Creeit, Idaho, a* per diagram on Bio In the lllaekroot Land Office, nereby give notice of my Intention to make Baal pmn) to oatabllsh my claim tu aald land before the Kog1*ter and Revolver at Blaekfoot. Idaho, on Saturday, Aug J at Mil. HW1, and that 1 expect U> prove that »aid land ha» Ix-en properly reclaimed and irrigated In the manner rwpitrcd by lawby two of follow log wltne»»e*: Lewl» H. Pritchett, William Twltehell. Charte» Haddock and Jaraea Hull, aU of Bingham county, Idaho. Pkhrt J. Akron, Register. Special line of Corsets at 50 cents at Mrs. Barnhart's. ■ ■ • ■ • • • a 12 yds. new Challies SL, 16 yards of Calico $1. 25 pieces of Embroidery at cost. Gents Congress Shoes for only $1.50. Ladies screwfastened grain shoes for only $1.50. Childrens seamless back screwfastened grain shoe sizes 9 to 12 for only $1.25. Gents good cheviot shirts for only 75 cents. Gents good colored seamless hose, 2 pair for 25c Finest line of gents Neckwear 25c to $1.00. Before purchasing give us a call C. BUNTING & COMPANY. THE IDAHO HOUSE. I I I !++++■ ++-M * ■ Newly Built and Newly Equipped and Fur , * nlsbed from Top to Bottom. +++ , u WWW First Class Hotel in Every Respect Centrally Located. Charges Moderate, Share of the Public Patronage Solicited. >4. P. GARLlTI, Proprietor. Have You Seen At BIETHANS That fine line of Neckwear? just received The line of stylish Hats that have just arrived? Those boys shoes that wear so long and well. Those French calf Morocco tip hoots at $4.50. «HK His men's calf boots at $3.25 His fine line of Clothing. -«fc S**» That bed room set at $23.00 His large and elegant line of Reed Rockers. mmmm His complete line of Furniture and Wall Paper. His line of Hardware, Harness and Saddles. If you have not, go and see them, get his prices and save money. 33. H. BIETHAN• Blaekfoot, Idaho.