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vol. 5. BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1891 NO. 8 Thb Idaho News. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY r ____ ! NORM AN JONRR, ri'HUaHElt _ — I ... 1.00 ... fur,„.h»i ..a .ppticUon .-. . .... ! TEEMS OY St'KHCHIPTIOM ! $3.00 ; One Year.... gix Mouth».. Three Month» 1 75 Danito's Bargains! -oOo Jlotp the Frire» : Children's shoes from 75 cents to II W per pair. Ladies shoes from $1.50 to $$ 00 per pair. Children's plush caps 40 cento. Buys' skull caps 50 cento. Get.t's half hose from 10 to 65 tents. Children's long hose, 3 pans for 25 cents and upward Grtii » shirts 75 cents, $1.00 I! 25, »2 00, $2 5«) and $3 00 Silk shirts $4 00 each, tient'« gloves of sit grades and price*. Special bargatu* In embroid eries. from 2 to 12 cento per yard. And many other valuable bar gains. Call early and get first choice. , "Improvement fhe Order of the Age. Smith Premier Typewriter UTIWT IMPROVEMENT*. DOtUl.E aianox movement mowt di-ra •LX. EASIEST Rt'NNtXfl BEST MAM irounxfi. MOST SILENT BI NNING. VIVE WORK 4U Typewriter« Kapplfa* Always a* Hss4. tv writ« for infornuikm and cstalosu«. Ralph T. Morgan, Biackfoot, Idaho. St$co(raph«r dr stl Jitflciil District Agent for Idaho. MONPV T THAN VA1 i o AA/XUl OK IMPROVED LAND IN IDAHO. Apply pcrspuUly or write to the tamers' Mortgage Bank LINDSAY & 0OMJ>ANY, IDAHO FALLS, * I TT)AH0 lurtnu | ; BEANE a KUNKEL Agent* Biackfoot. at Hedüced Prices. IKT FURNITURE. Carpets, Window Shades * '«•kin, Öls««*«, Bed Spin«., Etc. h Next 60 Days. iood ,,n a of Bad Room nT; H,r ] or Suits, Patent Rockers, (lm ft " d Wood bot, « ul Chairs, Chairs and »tools, Bod i-ounges. Extension Tables, ' "Pbosrds and Desk* If want anything in the Furniture Line call fWFER $ ME ST ER. on Home Made News. , "l"** 0 ?* w ' u , "»other party u> ' b <* NsUoual Park uext week. The Idaho Pall. troupe played to a 1-15 houae at Pocatello ou the*23 inst. Biackfoot Wane bail dub is the best uniformed dub iu southeastern Idaho. II. Sagers bill for keeping paupers P"* 1 'iu*rter was $6SMI. T * ie Hopkins flour mill art . beginning to »bow above the first windows Ogden has Um» legislative tickets iu the field, one Democratic, one He publican and one Liberal. It la thought that it will take 1 15 tlüü.OtlO -to move" the bic crons in the Weal this season The young people purpose giving a ball at the opera house this Pridsv, I evening .Summer time is here in full force ; ! Hube Dunn came in to day with a I iiuen duster. I at Gallagher, of Poeatello, sold a ! lot to a Butte man for $1.000. This is the biggest sale made in the town Make hay white the tun shines; the weather prophets are a unit on a long. dreary and oold winter _. ,, 1 The biggest movement on record will be the movement of the big oops this year K * Outside capitalists are investing freely in Pocatello lots, but not partie. ularly in those wanted by home people, Sheriff Smith has bag«» collection! of the U ltotr n ^ UOdKr lÜe Service* at the M. K. Cbnreb Sun day morning and evening, to which the public is cordially invited. j That's s watery kind of bnsiness the court is engaged in this week to lie plain, it is a big water suit ' Our base to il club ia having aplen- ; uiil gmuml* prepared for their games in the southwestern part of town. Oov. Mrrriam. of MinttMO*., would sssfiwrtr woni, passe« through Blackfoot bound : for the coast. All the ranchers who drink of the Blarkfoot river have been to town this week The big water suit began this, Friday, morning. Attorney T M. Stewart bas been appointed legal adviser for the board j "f county commissioners at a aalarv | of $200 per quarter. Fifty dollars can be easily made bv finding the anan of raulea belonging to J R Rogers, of Howe. Idaho. Sew Biackfoot baa s Ladies Foreign Missionary society of which Mrs. T M. Stewart is president and Mrs. Ike Smith treasurer. notice of reward in another column. ; The Rio Grande freight yards, at 1 Ogden, had a big fire Wednesday in which tbs tranfer abeda, freight can and four tanks of oil were destroyed. At Wednesday election at Eagle Rock on change of name the vote re- j suited aa follows: for Idaho Falls 64; : for Eagle Rock 2. The railroad assessment for Bing ham County will be $8,000 per mile, Bn ,dv * noe °* "h 0 »* $2,000 over last yean aMCMnicn t, Rogers Bros., of Lost river, sold their crop of wool—sbout 40,000 pounds, to a Boston firm at satisfac tory prices. About 300 blocks of Pocatello townsite lote have been gone over in the sale, the moet of the lots therein being sold. It is reported from Pocatello that Deputy Marshal Hopson has been su perseded by Pat Hughes as per order of Marshal Pinkbam. Grasshoppers from the desert are giving the west side ranchers some little concern for 1st* crops and fruit trees. They are growing distressingly numerous. It was rumored on the streets of Pocatello Wednesday that Judge Fisher had resigned his office to ac cept one on Squaw Creek. St. Mary's Academy, the beat all around school in the West for young ladies, has a new advertisement in to day's News to which your attention is dirooted. The Boise Statesman says there is overplus of lady teachers in Boise. Exactly. Perhaps they came in re sponse to the circular advertisement of the Teachers' Bure»« an a Another jnusenger train is to be put on between Pocatello and Butte City, and between Pocatello and Og den. They will run on an evening time table. William P. Glenn, late editor and proprietor of the Paj'ette Tranaoript, died of consumption at Hailey, Mon day at noon. The deceased leaves a wife and two small children to his loss. Mrs Keese, the temperance lecturer, tells a good story about extracting a half dollar from a child's stomach, " U , d „ U on| y equalled by Dr. Blake's (<>f * lo8cow) J « w haty »'«O'- Hut c '* n 1 re P e *' tb "' Hawks, of Bennington Ver mont ' in HIsfkfoot this week. He eam ' ! to to look after bis cattle interest. north to Montons, I «... ... bay, did you ever figure on the amount of -cold violes" and few pies ! a grass widower banquets on in a I month's time? Oh, such a life makes mourn we From Biackfoot he went me tired. ! Pocatello authorities are makiog it warm and lively for the inmates of the low dens and dives of that city. A ""«ber have been arrested and J 061 * * n< * «'h«* "re skipping by the fir *' ro *d 'hey reach that leads out 1 ward. ti ,, , „ . . ,T- b ° nt;w , h< l oor *»'' forbi, l» 'be sale ot N«* of any kind to an habitual drunkard, if complaint be made to dealers against the sale to such party, Complaint can be made by a member of the family or any good citixen. Clerk M. Patrie entered protest j»y »cot of Commissioner tariilz ■ nit of sl-5 for superintend '?}* lxr . U,n °° unt y wor k- The bill was °*™lover protêt, but we under j * tbe warrant ha* not been issued, 1'ocatello lot sales grow more ex ci 'ing as the tales near the buainess l MUt of Um! to wn. The biddings for the past few days have been spirited ; and a number of lots have brought fairly good figure. ' 11, ,|j|| j. ot tETLE»' "".Ä'vs.assra : Grasshoppers may not chew tobacco but they have a great fondness for "»ions, and they do not care a conti n ' ,n **l io whose face they blow their ,,re *' b - This week they cleaned up At Parson's onion patch and are now looking for fresh fields to oouquer. j The Governor of Tennessee has been | forced to call an extra session of the legislature to aetlle the convict qure ,i ; on wh icb caused riot in a big mi ? ID ®' reporta trom * boat 1 wor Wng Idaho oou vichs contrary to law be true the same thing will occur in this state sooner or later. The Idaho Falls Times commenting on the game of base ball between ; Biackfoot and Kagle Rock said: "The 1 Biackfoot boys showed by their sc tiona that they were gentlemen, and tott a good impression on our people. The Times slated the truth, the whole <rolb » nd nothing but the truth in j ,b *' remark. Our boys are just what ' be . v Rre credited with being. Mrs. Mary B. Reese delivered two good lectures in the Opera House, one Friday, the other Monday evening. The temperance interest wa» mani fested in the collection which amount ed to $17.80. She also held a very enthusiastic : meeting on westside at Parsons school house, where the union is doing such valiant work. Our Park party bos gone beyond the limita of communication. Last Monday it left 8t. Anthony and cut the wires behind it Up to that time the members were lavish in praises of the good time had all along the journey and were anticipating still greater pleasures tr they approached now scenes and drew nearer the great Wonderland. Editor Abbott, of the Mountain Home Range and Valley, is under $400 bonds to appear before the next United States grand jury of Elmore county for criminal libel. He charged Payne, the county assessor with "rob bing the people," being a defaulter'' and "monkeying with his books." What are our Idaho editors coming Bingham county is in advance of any county in southeastern Idaho in this : It has a steam plow and steam thresher, the property of Messrs Rric son and Rose of west side. The public will soon be given an opportunity to see the groat iron horse walking iu the furrow matfc by his pwn great strength. to H. M. Casey, the man who is sup posed to have represented Kootenai county iu the Idaho legislature last winter, was in Spokane Tuesday. Since his return from Boise, a great change has come over him. He is not the Casey of old; he ia not on speaking terms with his republican friends of a year ago. He ia com pletely worn out trying to convince bimselt and hia constituents that he did right in breaking all party pledg es, by allying bimselt with a band of mongrel republicans and democrats, whose chief aim was to dissupt the republican party in Idaho.—Post Falls Post Teacher» Far The Public School. Prof. 8. A. Panford, principal; Miss Harriet Hubbeli, teacher of intermed iate department; Mias Cora Siii, teach er primary department. Prof. 8. A. Danford, of Forman, North Dakota, who will come louiu principal of our public school is a professional teacher. He will bring with him splendid testimonials of qualification« and of success in teach ing. He is a graduate of a college in Ohio and also of some Stole Normal school. In addition to diplomas he holds life certificates from Ohio, Ore gon and North Dakota. He is a man of family, having a wife and four children. Tl) e titne for 'he next annual fair '* rm P id, y approaching. Are our arrangent!, fo^xbibdion t'^theiV produî« and atock? They cannot from this date begin to early. Doubt we shall have the ranche products and the stock to make our fair a grand success, but will our people uk e the trouble to put them on ex 1 bibition. To encourage these men the management shonld see to it that the very beat premiums obtainable »hould be offered them. Let the ex hibita be first and the amusements _secondary. With united efforts Bing "o hold . f.ir oqo.l If s-'iSÄSAr'iJrs ft The County Fair. Per»onal Pleasant rie». t'nlted State* (VramlukHirr Bliokensdorfer •pent Tuesday ln Blae« fool. Attorney Hawley hu returned from BoIm C ity »nd report« everythin« murin« ninety over there. Attorney Be«le took « pleaasnt outln« Sun day «nd WM so d<-ll«tat«d that be propose, to try It ««sin. Attorney Chaa. Cobb, of Albion, ia holdin« « sped«! term of oourt for Judge Btandrod. Mr. Samuel lord h«» lu«t returned from a business trip to Butte Cfty. He reports Butte dfslressinrly dull, but the rsn«e «Um« the rnad in Montana exoeedln«ly floe. K. K. Hopf. general manarsr of the Arantee ranch on upper Snake river, was a pleasant visitor to Black toot Tuesday. Hon. Frank W. Beane and wife. Q. A. Ro bethan and wife. A. L. Lalk and wife. W. Bor land and wife, tvenator Dubois snd Mrs. P. J. Anson and sister, all of Biackfoot. attended the Knqrhts of Pytclaa ball at Pocatello Tues day e venin«. Juihre Stanurod name up from Malad Thurs day to close up the business of his summer term of court. Mrs. Oeo. C. Stull will not accompany her buaband Ui conference at Great Falls. Dave W rieht Is over trot» Payette: he tars: too hot for him, IU In the shade Is beyond his endura noe. The family nf Sheriff Smith are arranjjrin« for a tour to the Park. Mrs. s. E. Holbrook has been on the sick list for a few days but Is at her post of duty a«aln. A Xotablc Wedding. St Michael's church was crowded last evening to witnesa a marriage that has excited considerable inter est for some little time. It was at the conclusion of the evening service when the ceremony took place. The high contracting parties were Judge George W. Brixee and Miss Ellen M. Arnold, the services being conducted by Rev. David C. Pattee, rector of the church. The bride was attired in a handsome black silk dress and was given away by Major Norman H. Camp. At the conclusion the new ly married pair received the congrat ulations of the friends. Mr. Brixee has resided hero for some years, hav ing at one time been a teacher in our public schools. Judge Brixee is among the best known residents ol Boise City, and is at this time a member of The Statesman staff. The congratulations of his colleagues and the community in general is extended to the happy bridegroom and his spouse.—Statesman. Judge Brixee spent a year of his editorial life in Biackfoot and his Biackfoot friends send hearty con gratulations. 4 number of suits are being brought against Patsy Kinuev, exshcriffof Al turas County and his bondsmen for embesftlement while he wa» in office. INS! • a a a a a a a I a 16 yards of Calico $1. 12 yds. new Challies $1, 25 pieces of Embroideiy 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. 111 . wwim i h i , ; Newly BuUl sod Newly Equipped sad Fur ,, niched from Top to Bottom. •4 ++++ +♦ +++ <■♦♦44 First Class Hotel in Every Respect. Centrally Located. Charges Moderate. Share of the Public Patronage Solicited. H. P. GARLÏTZ, PropHaion Have You Seen At BIETHAN'S That fine line of Neckwear? just received •Die line of stylish Hats that have just arrived P Those hoys shoes that wear so long and well. Those French calf Morocco tip boots at $4.50, Si-Jt His men's calf boots at $3.25 His fine line of Clothing:. That bed room set at $23.00 His large and elegant line of Reed Rockers. 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. BIEjTMAM. Biackfoot, Idaho.