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THE IDAHO NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. NORMA* jones, PUBLISHER. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION : One Year.... Six Months.. Three Months ... $3.00 1.75 1.00 Adrertisinf rates furnished on application. Entered at the postofflce at Blackfoot, Idaho, for transmission as second class mail matter BLACKFOOT. IDAHO, OCTOBER 31, 1891 The State Board of Prisons seams to have adopted Quay's maxim: Pon t talk. An election' in Idaho next week would knock the Roberts-Willey ad ministration higher up in the sky than Tony slung the wedge. a prominent Re publican politician of Montana 9ued the Anaconda Publishing Company for libel placing the damage done at $190,000 Eleven intelligent jurors say he wasn't damaged a cent and as the Anaconda Standard still comes out with its fresh, newsy reading mat ter, Mr. Seliginan is only left with poultices for the phase hurt. President Harrison hasdemanded reparation of the government of Chili for the killing of United States sail .ors in the streets of Valparaiso. I' will be a chilly day for Chili if she does not "dig up" promptly and sat isfactorily. Mr. Blaine is again at his post of duty in Washington, pondents still insist that be is a sick man, and others, that he is as sound and healthv as the keeper of mer health resort. Be either it may, we still count Mr. Blaine out of the ratv for 1892. Some cotres a sum one as A. J. Seligman The Chilian Government has re plied in very strong terms to the di mands made on it by Minister Egan Tuesday for the killing of American sailors, and it begins to look like the little domino shaped state if tbe United States says so. Why the poor foolish little fellows. Our gunboats can almost throw shells across the State. The M.lad Enterprise and Idaho Falls Register have turned their guns on their own men and are firing shot schrapnel giape and canister from pu grape camster from And at every volley the in fantry and cavalry of their army throw up their caps and shout at their rteodlv aiifl- Next year the c-ampuigu field will be with bloody corpse« strewn. means war their batteries into the rank» of the State officials as rapidly as they can load and touch off their guns with fuses. Ir Governor Willey, the highest dignitary in the State,be content to sit still and pose as one "wrapped in the solitude of his own originality," while the people of the State are crying out against the management of the State Prison and the character of the man at its head, all of which ciies are backed by affidavits of reputable men. then His Excellency must not be mov ed when he sees bis administration held up to ridicule and condemnation by all good people at borne and all good people abroad. Boise City rumors put it that when tbe school bureau epidemic broke out In the State capital certain member* of State officiale were a "leetle" in clined to turn the left shoulder seams of their over coats toward* State Au ditor Moody and School Superinten dent Harroun for disgracing tjie ad ministration by being mixed up in j . Now it is tbe time for these gentle men to laugh. In their afternoon promenades through the balls of tbe capitol building they can ask over the transoms of their neighbors: What's th« temperature and febrile condition of the State yen to-day, and are there anv changes in treatment and prescriptions sinos yesterday? The New* wonders if there is any all aroqnd visiting in tbe capi ol buildipg anyway and if there are any auch invitations from State officials to one another as: Pleats call again tin# ATTENTION!! + _ + _ + _ ♦ •* + + + + + + On Saturday, October 10th, We will place on sale 100 Pairs Ladies Glove Grain Shoes at $1.50 per pair. Misses " " " " 1.50 " " Children's These are all new, standard shoes, just received in sto k. See our great Bargains in Ladies & Children's Hose. C. BUNTIKTO dfo OO. it o* 50 <« a a 1.26 it 50 <( & Ef Gf I Andrew Carnegie, the great iron and steel manufacturer, has presented President Huirison with fourteen gal Ions of pure old Scotch whiskey. The •'genewine" stuff. A measure betweeu "thirteen stepped up and said they would take sugar iu them" and the standard American fifteen gallon rund let The News counts this an oppor tune gift, if such gifts are ever op (Xtrtuue. Next week the President will hear from Iowa, Massachusetts, New York and Ohio and, the« it may tie, he will want to keep his spirits up by pouring spirits down. There art three things near at hand the Presi dent will want bracing upon, namely:! Returns from next Tuesday's elec tions, his Thanksgiving Proclamation and his message to Congress. If he be a moderate drinker, and we guess he is, the fourteen gallons will bridge him over the three seas of trouble, How thoughtful of Mr. Carnegie to roil out the old scotch rundlet when :1 he leaden clouds were gathering low about the White House grounds, aud I he phlegmy cobwebs were collecting in the President's throat A fr ; eud „ in need is a friend indeed. The Boise Statesman, of Wednes day Oetoiier 28th, under the caption:. Wasting Their Wind, after paying its respects to the North Idaho Press for ,eopening and tighli,lg OVBr agai " the Senatoml wnteat l,attle ' has tbis 8a - v ! ' >f Bemt> w * its Republican readers > n j ^' ngbam count ' ' The same may be said of the little ! ® ing, ;r eüUn , ty u *" , Ih'le! . * ° ° n8aug 8 Up ° n c * ! ° Y" c0n) B o8 ' n S e 8 a | ^ of eqaalizalion. Th«e officers ;are all men in robust health. There I is no ho ^ of tbeir d > ing - exw P t l *y ; assassination. Their sins, however j n assessing railroads at a much higher rate than like property is as , sessed in any other of the joining slates do not rise to a degree of mor al or political turpitude sufficient to warrant their impeachment and remov al from office, and there only remains the hope that tbev may lie so badgered and worried by these little operations in Bingham county scrip that they will lie compelled to resign in order to esc ipe further annoyances. As none of these things can with any shadow of reason be feared or hoped for, the conclusion is inevita ble that the assailants of the members nf the Imard are also traitors in tbe Repuhlican camp and that they are working with might and main for the disintegration and demoralization of the Republican party. It Admits It Now. The Cœur d'Alene Miner now ad inits that Senator Dubois is drawing payas Senator,and, in a sem •facetious way adds: "He is unusually well qualified to perform this particularly senatorial duty." A week before tbe Miner took soothing unction to its in uermost soul and copied with great pridg an interview in which this fact was fiepied. We trust our contempo rary is not laboring to make the im pression that "tbe pay" is what sena tors alone are after, because it has been declared tim« and again that some seats have beeo contested in the National Congress for dbltafa and cents alone and nothing mot« tbat would come to tbe contestant, not raise "the pay" part Mr. Miner. A reference to back nuroliers of your would rotoaii ywx that Do . Senator Dtiltois voluntarily and know ingly legislated himself out of $1,500 of salary as well as of office when the State was admitted into the sisterhood of States, July 3rd, 1890, and that tied next January then it will j order for you to talk senatorial pay ; to your readers. ! ___ Next Tuesday will put an end to the exciting political campaigns of j 1891. Their like has never been wit-i ' nessed since the first confederation of states. Whatever may he the re suits the country and the whole coun trv will be proud of one thing. It will be proud that the respective state campaigns were conducted without scandalous and slanderous personalile.-. . ou either side, amount, if we mistake not, was drawn each by Senators Slump, a McConnell, anil Sweet. No, for the present close the blinds geutlv on "the pay" part of the issue and wheu the matter is set be in So Personalities. The News hails this: \ as a new aud welcome era iu polities, I We are heartily glad to note a heavy tide of public opinion setting ir. I frown down aud to discountenance lUe abusive P*™oDalUi« and mud slinging that was the chief stock in j trade of many in days gone by. IVc are glad to note that the people are being educated to demand better things of their office seekers and that ; the office seekers are glad to heed tbe <Iemauds of the people. The News has always opposed campaigns where lhe most , )Utant aiU , foul . moutbetl »«e given the public ear. ba ' e al " a >* -nUoded that party principles, measures and policies were , the subjects to be discussed rather j tb „ the gjvlng of 0tterance8 to tbe vUe8t most oh8Cene thi that 1 could be said against an adversary or ; his party. We like vigorous aggress j iye speaking; u bold and fearless dis ! cussion of the measures we advocate, but have no patience with open vio i lalion of the rules of decency or the lowering of the dignity of open, free frunk and honorable discussion. The There probably never was a eam puign which has so effectually di mon .tratet! the important part which can didates may play as the present Iowa campaign. Governor Boies is a man campaigns of this year, all along the lines, while they have lieeu the most exciting ever witnessed, have been conducted on this higher plain, and The News notes it with great pride aud satisfaction. Tbe Influence of a Candidate. whose popularity grows day from duy t . . . , as the puolic becomes acquainted with him, and Wheeler is a man with , ... . , whom the publie cannot become ae quainter!. Governor Boies is everywhere in the lead in his party, pressing forward enthusiastically, cheering his uien with the clear notes of conviction and confidence, driving the republican leaders back at every point and never failing to take prompt advantage of the least mistake by- tbe other side. Wheeler, on the other hand, observes a stupid silence and almost a stupid inactivity. Whatever energy he dis plays belongs to those sneaking cam pnign methods which disgust the pub lic and discourage his followers. In fact, Wheeler cun hardly be said to have any followers. He is himself a laggard, apparently- having no con. viciions aud certainly having no cour age. Wjtfi tj*jg widcspjrud öt-sparity in i Besides these pafiers it names the ; following promiueut republicans who, i with many others have left their pai ty during the present campaign: Ex Chief Justice Day, ex-Railroad Coiu missioner Woodruff, Judge Ui.-hop. Judge Hoskins, W. A. Park of Des Moines; Louis Bicderman of Council the effectiveness of their leaders ai • with the still more striking advuntsg. of a popular cans«-,, it is not surpii - ing that the democrats have made tremendous in roads into the .republi can ranks. The Dubuque Herald is responsihl, for the statement that while not »• single democratic paper iu Iowa ha faltered, Ibe following newsuaper have forsaken Wh -eler aud his cunsr : Cetlar Rapids Gazette. Dubuque Ledger. Sidney Herald. Creston Times. Bei I ford T i mes- 1 iidependen t. The .Mining Monitor. Iowa Homestead. Bluffs, grand master Independent O der of Odd Fellows; Georgs H Rich-! j mond of Council Bluff., John B Ut: 1 tojof Dyers ville; John Ilomrigbcuse. j who is a mendier of the legislature from Bremer county, aud James Alii- j son of Grinuell. The Iowa campaign was fought anil won several weeks ago. While every week will enlarge Boies' majoi ity, there is no further change to tie pected and no doubt of the res a It. World-Herald. ex- , There are two things the press of Idaho nas been giving much space to of late, and they are: Price's B iki ng Powders and the State administration Good bread and gis*! government bring hnppiness to a people. Only four nays more when one party will I» suspended on one arm of the balances in mid air rejoicing over the victorte* of Tuesday and the other way down in the Calcutta hole of darkness groaning and mourning over defeat riveted Overalls, only 75 cents at Bunting's. Governor Boies is making nnch a gallant fight for re-election that his name is I icing mentioned in connec tion witii the first phii-tt on the national democratic ticket in 1892 Proposals for Bids. Ofllce Riackfix-t Irrlantlon Cn., i Black fiN/r. Idaho, octoSor 22 ml, 1891. f Dirts will bo received at the »nice nr the C».. untll2o clock >•. M. Tuend« y October 21 th. 1"91 for work to be done at heart of I anal De .crlption or work furnished on application to Secret«ry. By Order of Board T. uatees. John Monlkninery, Secretary. nîlâfîlW VALE & BRICKFOR0 UllHUIlii ATTORNEYS F JR» N. W. WASHINGTON, I», P. | Indian Depredation Claims nroncuti-d ta-fore the court of claim« anil the Supreme Court of the United 8jat< a. for levai foea under the act of March 2d. 1891. Vigorous and effective work. No NucccBii, no comixmimtlon. encf»» : Hon. H M. Teller, Central City, Colo. Hon P. B. Plumb, Emporta. K Kefer UII« Grand Closing «nt Sale of »hues. Fifty pairs of Hunt A Holbrook's celebrated hand Hewed reduced from $3.50 to $2.50. " " $0.00 to $400 Tills is a genuine sale. Cail and j examine tbe goods and he convinced. C. Bunting A Go. _ MONEY 5 LOAN OH IMPROVED LAND IN IDAHO, Apply personally or write to shoes. T tmhqä v amir©* w LINDSAY & feOMi ANY, Idaho falls. . . Idaho beane & kunkel Agent» at THE PIONEER DRUG STORE > / Wm H BEHLE, & SON. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. ; Headlight Oil, Benzine. Turpentine, Paints, Oils ;. ; Putty, Varnishes, Glass, Paint Brushes, Toilet ; Tim a in hi • ; Article*, Stationery, Patent Medicine, Candy, etc ;. CIGARS, Best Alcohol Wine Ami Liquors 1 for medical purposes, Fancy Goods, iVrfuim Cologne, ) , Writing Inks. Pbysieiuus Prescriptions and Family Re- . ( eipes carefully com|MHindcd at ail hours, day or night S M^Spcetarles a Specialty TausiU's Punch 5 and 10 cent cigars. H**Dr. Beides Office is at the I'd nicer Drug Store ^ MAIN STREET. .BLACKPOOL IDAHO THE IDAHO HOUSE A FIRST CLASS HOUSE IN EVERY RESPECT, > £ « Newly Bull! ■ml Newly t:.|iup|- <l «ml Fur elxhcsl rron Toe to llottom. 1 j j Meals Served At All Hours. (Jciltnillv I Share Of the 1 1 ^ Charges Moderate if Patronage Solicited. P >Wr)iig A Simmon» Proprietor*. , I) __ _ _ IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO. ^3 a, « -, — -,--p — _ mm_ -Ca.^S,GLCLlJLa,XL©XS ATOX .. _ 'JOIlJl I)(HTe 1111(1 MolillO PloWH. IlftTVOStprS ntlfl ^ USUJT4 W1U /^VT TT myx r A /t-v Ljk LJ JLk 1 1 VA I ORS Full line ol OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS Band anil Press Drills, Planet Jr. Goods, Kain Lc\ er 11 arrow, also a large assortment of Garden andGrass Seed and Harness Get our Prices before purchasing elsewhere. Q-.Q-. •WRxa-xxr.aungx. ilU Gilpin and Cassady s Sulky Plows. I : r 1(1 kJ SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Wagons, Buggiss, Buckboards and Carts. T«, in yvaci Singl9 T ° P Buggies ' Wide Track 1 1-8 Axle, $100. (jartM from OR on /a, T> i wr o ' ', ? f'°Boafi « agona 50.00. ^ i I'fught, Spring and Ore Wagons, HamofiS