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VOL. 5. BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1,1891 NO. 9 The Idaho News. j IBLI8HED EVERY SATURDAY. NORMA* JUNKS. PL'ULIHHKU. TRBMK OK SUBSCRIPTION : $3.00 r75j me Year.,.. ix Mouili» .. lute Mouths nrtlaisa rales furnished on sppllustlua. 1.00 -oOo ^ote the Price» : [ Children s shoes from 75 cents to $1.50 per pair hmiit-B shoe« from $1.50 to $5.$$ per pair. Childreu s plush cap« 40 cent«. Boy*' skull caps 5u cent«. Crt.: « half hose from 10 to 65 cents. ! ChUdtcn's long bos«, 3 pans tor 25 cents and upward Gent s shirts 75 cents, $1.00 $1.25. $2 00. $2.50 ami $3 00 8Uk shirts $4 00 each. Gent's glovr* ot alt gnsdea aod prices. Special Isuysins in embroid trk*. from 2 to 12 ceoU per yard. And many other valuable bar gains. Cali early and gel first *» n __ &ALPH T. Morgan. Ol i /> A T . OlaCkt(H>t, Idaho. llnttniktr far ladletal Mstrist 3« JNICMI Blllfiei Agent for Idaho. »rim tor Inform.«™ snd ctak^te. * IDAHO fbe Order of the Age. UTaaTlMHHOVKNRKT*. IsU III.It uaaoN muvrmrnt m<mr uriu UJARASIBST HUNNIN'i BK8T MAN POmtNO. Nliwr HU.NNT Kt'NNINU. mi work Typewriter« Nwpplle* Always «a Hand, •> •/ HONEY SLOAN H IMPROVED UNO IN IDAHO. A PPlj personally or writ« to the fiwrs' Mortgage Bank UNDSAY & 0OMPANY, IDAHO FALLS. • BEANE A KUNKEL Blackfoot Agent« at Reduced Prices. I3NT PURnitiIRE. Oarpets, Window Shades, Ukiag Glass«*, Bed gpiaga,_ tor Next é Days. i ■ Ä h p V V Ç 00 lin ® of Hoorn SS ;ü r i 0r ® uU *. Hâtent Rockers, Office 'rh ' Vood bottom Chairs, Lo?„ U ' E and 8 ' 00,8 ' H« 1 p""*"' Extension Table«, Lupbosrds and Desks. . »"at anything in th« Furnitur« Line call M >4 PE ft Sc ME ST Eft. u Oil Home Made News. come up agaiu. JudgeHtsndrod will return to Black. foot August 8th to close uo all mat. ters left over of his July term of court" partnerebio of Rann A Beale has been dissolved br mutual consent. These young men w ill irt ! it, each for himself in the future . , ' " re It is rumored, sod there sre grounds j for the rumor, that the Milwaukee Brewery Co. will build s large brew ery at Sod* Sprtog* to use the Idanha waU-r tu making the celebrated WU-. waukee beer. The young men of town gave a ,.i„.____.. . int Kndav evening i„ i ,, l ,er8 Stella I*etui ,ouor ° • l'** for home at Jt I, i| ' r vparture Tor home st St. Joe, Mtssouri. The aale of lots at Pocatello this we*k has reached the iiusineas lota in the heart of the town and the bidding has been more spirited ibau in any week during the sales. Grasshopper* sre unwelcome visi tors in many aectioos of the country •t this lime they have dooa but little liamsgc, but the fear of the morrow U -bat bring, the trouble. I nele Ham'S recruiting soldier* at, K.aa Fork areraU-hiug no Indian re cruiU. The old buck. cannot be made o believe that soldier, sre necessary ;m time, of and are opposed to fighting upon principles taught them by Geu. Connor at Battle Creek year* ago. ^ ,, "i L7.1T * ** 5°f| BUckfoot sclKWI must be s man full of energy and work In his letter written to the dinx-tors he »Ute<i he had '»00 ..-ro. , , ™ om mama ue nan .urea of wheat to harvest , D d market be Ïlo.Jrot»! ,K t 7 " 10 ^ B,8Ckf °° l .'•eptemucr lit. No county has yet claimed tbe premium over Kricaou a fine milch ettw that pull, down üte «»les at 90 pcniiDiH i»r gocxl fnMQ tod rich milk Shir.*'« 1 N .° WM10,) Ü IdAb ° C4U> d ° lt ' vnatsnuat Rev lohn Dawson will hold *e r vicoa in he school bouse, Blsckfoot, Wednesday evening August 5tb, l»e ginning at 8 o'clock, sharp, to which In lhe of Christianity amt temperance tbe ladies of Blsckfoot t*ke foremost rank is all the West, ^ od 8 i 1 ** 1 beauty of their work i* in the smooth quiet and unostenU ,ion m * nnpr of P«form«nce. I lave you predicted that Blackfoot would not bave S big flouring mill, then blush for shame Walk around and sec the maasire walls climb up ward day hy day. Idaho Falls has organised s borne cotn|tany for the purpose of building s railroad from that town to the Ns tlonsl Park with Major Jack Anderson President ... ,, - ...... . The big water mit which haa been on trial since Friday of last week is still on, but may bs brought to s close by the dost of this week. Judge Cobb is giving general ssUsfaction, both to the attorneys sod parties interested, by bis impartial rulings in the court. The "divine Sarah' Bsrnhardt is to spitesr at Butte City, September 26th, snd Sarah is to get $3,000 for the one performance. Now the theater goern of Butte will be in a "fluster ment" until the "sppinted day" comes and Sarah codim, and then the purses will be in another "fluaterment" for tbe $3 000. Three psrties have been arrested for the murder of hditor Penrose of Butte City who was assassinated about two or three weeks ago. Tbe detectives believe they have the right men. One of the parties, Hickey, was arrested in Boise City where he had recently gone and atarted in the saloon business. The celebrated "Bose of the Road" riveted Overalls, only 75 cents a pair at Bunting's. Our Park party Is in the heart of the Wonderland to-day. Doubtless each one Is seeking a personal intro duction to tbe grand old geysers, touching his hat in graceful recogni tlon of the wonders as he passes them in turn and Is politely taking inven tory of Uncle Sam's stock in trade in that wild, weird Held of wonders for Teachers' examination August 5th. bee notice of oouuty superintendent. No Cbiuimieu are allowed to work in theCwur d'Aleue country,this state. VV. F Mellick is shipping train af Uir tr8in of ,jeef from this country. Cassia county diatrict coutt begins 17th ot August aod some of the ! old Water suit« will same The law the public ia invited. future reference and history more than that, each one is on his prettiest itebavior for the honor of yea "for the honor of Bingen, fair Bingen on the Rhine." Attorney t. VV. Beale, late of the Urm of Kapp and Beale, has a law card in Unlay,s News. Mr. Beale has won the good will and confidence ot his clients since bis location in Black ! foot; he has lieen flatteringly success J ful 1U Me * r| y "H uases giveu him and bespeak for him a continuance of !, * bare of |)ublic P" lr " n "« e i ,* ■ 8,100888 ," nd s, . rict "Mention to I '"* lue * 8 ^ u * U >' meriu Jud « e St * vens h " d "*> important frt,ra W Black foot before him evening lister Decker, foreman for Moffetts' cattle company *as tried for attempting to jump a 1 landclsim of one Lindsay and family ' and of roping Lindsay's tent and dragging it from over hia iamily The ] Jury found tbt defendant guilty and tbe judge imposed a fine of fifty dol ' | ara and WJStB u | ||m Th / ^ wil! >* «*ken up on an appeal. , Messrs Kapp and Keeler have a law ■ card in to-day's News to which your attention is called. Mr. Rapp was late of ,he firm of Rapp snd Beale, • firm well known to the citizens of Bingham county and Mr. Keeler cornea as an honor graduate from the law uoiver "By of Boston. These young men will give strict persouai attention to all j , '. U " in ''* S , ' (,tru * Uyl tor sny of ,bp 1 oou 7 8 of lb<- 5Uj jw<itci»I district. , W * b **Pf 8k for thein their share I ° f ,,ubHt ' P" lr,,n "8 e Ng-iW *£+**""» mpndt *. be ■>"**»* «I"*» for " ^ * r * "'""L.TTi* * ÏÏPI., > ;va| u *be publ estions of the f^" n " e , h LÏ ? À? J * ' PH»'«? to the school snd to tbe citi M '" 8 of ,he town 8nd oomtty. The trustees must see to it that s suitable building is erected for the proper care snd preservation of ttiese 1 publications. In a vear or two at j WWK W( . „b.ii h . ve . nbr.rv tliat 8 " W *fy Hl"t | «.vary citizen will be proud of. Tbe **„ or i8 entitled to tbe thanks of .11, * Blsckfoot for what he has done for it* school A government official who, Rumor puts it, is more meddlesome than two men might he on many occa «ion«, it at Pocatello watching the j " Jcs of lhp townsite lou. Now, if i Mr. Morgan for a moment suspects ^at Register Anson and Receiver ' Damlsoo will not comply strictly with letter of the law and the instruc , dona for the aale of those lots then Mr. Morgan is as far off his reckon j , inga on that score as he is on some ofhm Indian civilization theories. ; The espionage of the entire Indian j bureau will not make those two waver the fraction of an iuch to_ ; right hand nor to the left. The lot* , will tro sold as provided for by law tbp ™ 2 I oth<>r Id8bo lBd,Rn m8,Uir8 we he8rof ' ' An old man of 85 yea« came to town. An oId m " n ot 85 vears got full when he came to town, An old m * n of 65 jesr* who got ful1 of hi* "rheumatis" when he 'ame town. An old man of 85 years who got fu || , nd told of his rbeumatiz guessed al anoth „ man g when ho to town An 0 j d man of 85 vrars who t fu „ to i d of his rheuniatijt an 4guess 0li at anothcr maQ ' s age wante)i the olher mR „ to tri . at whcn he camc to t0 ^ n - , An ® ld "" <« 85 J' 6 »« * ho full, told of bit rbeumatiz, guessed at Rn , ot l * r m " n * *8® " nd wanted the ot " er raau t [ cat WH * " piteous »P"*" • w ben hecame to town, ** n ® ,d °* 85 - ve *f* w b° got ^io °t bl* rheumatiz, guessed at " nolher man's age, wanted the other man to treat and was a piteous tpec tacle should wait another 15 years before coming to town. UM Blackfoot, ; men the DENTISTRY. A. F. Stockley, dentist, will visit Arco and surrounding country Thursday July 29th, and will remain about two week«, after which time he will return to Blackfoot and can be found at the Reeves House. Parties needing dental work uhould call on him. on Fralts and Vegetables. Do you want fresh fruits and vege tables. You caa get them every dar. Leave orders at Dippel'», at the old Pioneer drug store. All kinds of fruits and vegetables wnstautly on band. On The Ply. Butte, Montana, July 28, 1891 — Dear News Arrived safely in Butte at 5:30. 8ay, if anybody tells you Butte is dead, dont mention it in the pajter for it is about the liveliest dead town I ever saw. A Chinese boy was born at 9 to-night aud al ready *150.00 worth of fire works gone up and if that little chap does DO t die before they get through with the horrible din, he will be a ptodigy. Then the saloons are all full so two thirds the people in them. LoU of buildiug going on just the same as though the Anaconda was in full l»l"f- 8tr«ts are crowded with people 8nd . 8U>re8 * xed 10 U> 11 aCC £", ' "stomers. After all "Bob ngcr *°, 88 18 c "l ,ed u 001 " V** 1 * fe,1 °* ""P 80 * 88 ** 18 ,n the P 8 «*™ He * c * roo| y c" 1 "** » ®° meul8 attention to be directed toward *" 0Melf - 1 *** h '"> with bis daughters 8t dmner U> ' ni « ht 80,1 1 J ud « e Sena tor 8 ' D<ien ' 8nd ««orge Booker caus ed a greater commotion than did Bob. *be ferner by bis story telling abil ity and his known record of never for getting a friend or foe. And then he is U. S. senator. The latter is noticed with great admiration because he has juat returned from Missoula winner of $50,000.00 in the races and sey eral of the voung fellows eye him with envious gaze wondering why they are so powerfully unlucky when attending a stud horse poker race over night snd seeing the jockey on tbe other side pass their last two bits under the wire out of their sight. Tbe t» oUîl <» *° d houses sre crowded, Lrl TÜÄÄt good euough for me. Gen'i Arm Btro "g ig mv door neighbor and turn P™«. commeuU and other sign, lllfclbc ha8 handed me I infer * f)ln 8 *° lecture But must do«, more [ wm Helena * 1 Atiomer a.» Rich «» o^r from Mom j Bifeyg * 1 "«* »« bad hi. reopen to bu,, ™»s | Cartier M. C. Seotrr, of First NaUooal Bank. PpreteUo. «peut the last holy sabbath to h",t& B ^ f ^ n h 'Ä r l ? l,T,cüot " ,or Mr. B 8. Holbrook ba, rotund from Sod. 8|>rlmni and added hi* .Uroature to tbe alB darlty -Then- , no place in Idaho Uke Black Alterner s c winter, and f.mii» mbaeorofied on theceoaua roster _ ïm'ÂiTüS " mrefor< L Bi»«k(oot u t piet$tot place to i OoL B. L. Woods, of Casta, one of Nature's noble men was orer to see us Wrdnrodar. w^u'kSJrtLSnCSSa 'be ««t« suit this week. Hon. chartes Cobb, isst »in« splendid satis would make.^.Siudreifir hfs^stHct. ** j c . Hem»«. wu.on. the bt* cattle man or T 1 " 1 } H *? en ' wb<,WM » oh » d| J r broken up and SïïÂîfïwrt ^ÆÏÎSÎnJSÏ Ç*i 5: KÂ^'n" * ' nd w,u * <K,U ^ oul ,f b " _ „ omïïîïhff mbTnJ?S^di?i"S ifffifÆK i I ^ to Pocaicl.o ' Mondar to look arter and invest In the bis ' tovn h,u Personal Pleasant rie». are soon Attorneys H. W. Smith and J. W. Eden, and Jud*e Ü. W. standrod will visit the Yellow ttone Park about the 10th Inst. Mrs. T. M. Rtewai-t and her sister Mrs. Dewey left Thursday mornlny sta«e Une for the National Part. Messrs West and Kllllnreworth came in Tuesday evrolnjr from the National Park. via Bassett's C. W. BEALE, attorney kt law Blackfoot, Idaho. Rapp & Keeler, LAWYERS. Blackfoot, : : : Idaho. -++ , ^! u . PrafU" In all the courts of the Fifth Judicial District. Notice for 1'ulication. I.SKD OnrrckUT Black roor, Ioaro. I July SDth, UW1. f Notice Is hereby jrlven thst the foitowlnr nainctl settler has filed notice of her Intention to mane Anal proof In support of her rlalm. and that said proof will be made before Keel«. tor and Receiver at Bls. nfoot, on September Mh.JWl.vls: Jane Heaton on Desert I^nd No, w. for the unsurveyed ss per diaaram file In United States land ofilee. Roe usines the folio win« witnesses to prove her trri«atton and reclamation of, said land, vis : George Monroe, John Lyon, Cassius F. 8mlth, Wllllsm J. Kswllngs. »II of illnghsm county, Idaho. I'suar J. AiraoR, Register. Appli(«ti«a to Cat TiailMir. on VOTICK IS HKKKBV GtVKN that the under UN. signedi will apply to tbe Honorable feore ary nr the Interior, for permission to out about 400,000 feel of red and white pine, out of the Iinsurveyed township No. «southof range » esst, B. M. It will be necessary to go entirely over the said township to procure the amount specified, as the timber Is scrubby and scat tering. The tract Intended to be cut over Is high and rocky, and the taking of the timber therefrom would not lie detrimental to the land, for the reason that the land Is wholly uufit for agricultural punaises. The Umber so cut Is for domestic purposes In the Immed iate vlolnllr of toe land from which It Is out, and Is required by the settlers in the Improve of their ranches, etc. N. A. JUST. ment Dated Beane d July noth, INI. « Kunkel, Attorneys for Applicant. U *++♦ But down, down Go prices on Summer Goods. We begin special bargain Rates on Summer Goods this week. Call early and Get first bargains. C. BUNTING & COMPANY. THE IDAHO HOUSE. M 4 HI I 1 1 1 ♦ ! HM I n Newly Built sod Newly Equipped sod Fur nished from Top to Bottom. i £ + MtU First Class Hotel in Every Respect. Centrally Located. Charges Moderate. Share of the Public Patronage Solicited. H. R. GARLÏTI, Proprietor. Have You Seen At BIETHAN'S That fine line of Neckwear P just received MMMiHi»awiM> a wNmi The line of stylish Hats that have just arrived? Those boys shoes that wear so long and well. Those French calf Morocco tip boots at $4.50. 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. Blackfoot, Idaho.'