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Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - April 4, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoYol. 9. Blackfoot Bingham county Idaho saturday april 4, 1896. No. 45 local happenings Para graphed. April came in Clear and Bright but rather Gree Landish at night. District court will open at st. Anthony Fremont county next monday. The United states court begins at Boise next week. Sheep shearing has begun at Shoshone Lincoln county. Miss Vesta Wright and Little sister Cassie Are visiting in Salt Lake City. Mrs. Ben Fernish has recovered from her illness of the first of the week. Miss Ada Jenne of Idaho Falls is visiting friends in the City this week. Two business houses and nine residences Are under Way of construction this the first week of Spring opening. The annual conference of latter Day saints will Convene at Salt Lake City today saturday. Or Eugene Woodin has moved his fair store in the Brick building recently occupied by c. Bunting amp co. Governor Mcconnell and capt. Wells Are turning on the Roentgen rays on the worlds fair business. The City clerk of Boise has receipted 896 dog tags. There Are at least 400 bicycles now in Boise and from two to six arriving Democrat. No school this week. The teachers and children Are enjoying a much needed rest. Bannock county will have the Money for her Bonds by the Middle of next week. Ladies hats a Fine selection at very Low prices until wednesday april 8th Only at d. H. Biethan a. Mrs. George Holbrook is visiting her sister mrs. John Danilson in Park City Utah. This season of the year makes the florists smile As easter is pre eminently a Day of Flowers. The Lily is the favored Flower this year. Immigrants Are falling in line and getting their teams in the Middle of the Road facing some eastward and some Westward. The far away Eastern Hills were White with a fresh fall of Snow tuesday morning. The Hills we refer to Are in Wyoming. An order has been issued at Washington to increase the mail service from Market Lake to st. Anthony to seven times a week. United states attorney Forney come Down from North Idaho tuesday on business in u. S. Commissioner Steven s court Blackfoot has lost two aged and respected citizens this week judges Orr and Shoemaker both Ripe in years and in the esteem of their fellow men. The president sent to the Senate on the 30th ult., the nomination of Benj. J. Franklin of Arizona to be governor of Arizona. Three of the Indian pupils at fort Hall school were reported dangerously ill thursday one with meningitis and two with lung trouble. The Butte Miner says 36 men were arrested in Butte for sleeping in chairs in the saloons sunday night. They Are to serve sentences ranging from 60 to 90 Days in the county jail. Seth Morgan known to Many people in Blackfoot has been sentenced to the Penitentiary from Boise City for ten years for an assault on his Little daughter. The Boise Democrat says Hon. Ben Wilson now in London has been offered a big salary to superintend a mine in South Africa but he declines the offer and will return to Idaho. Or. White arrested at Challis last week by Deputy marshal Woodin had a hearing before u. S. Commissioner Stevens tuesday on charge of sending obscene matter through the mails was discharged. He returned to his Home by wednesdays stage. The county commissioners of Fremont county will offer a Bounty for Rabbit scalps. This will make the offer made by Bingham a commissioners last october Good if we understand the order right. Mrs. Shoemaker and son Edward desire the news to express their sincere thanks to the people of Blackfoot and Vicinity for their attentions and kindness to the late husband and father judge Shoemaker. W. A. Bull has just received three barrels of Fine Utah sorghum which he is Selling at 50c. Per a tron run Cpd Cou the Post office department has asked for bids for carrying the mails Between Challis and the yellow jacket via Forney Post office. A surveying corps having in charge the work on the government canal Are making Blackfoot their Headquarters. All Idaho and particularly Blackfoot extend sincere sympathy to senator Fred t. Dubois in the great loss he has sustained by the death of his a Cousin mrs. Ryan with whom he has boarded All his years in Washington. Or. Buntings information this week from his Viola mines is that the work is showing up better and better As the workmen Advance. But with it All he receives the reports philosophically and simply tells his friends it is not time yet with the amount of work to Lay claims to a very big mine. Two weeks ago the news made mention of the marriage of or. William Lindsay and miss Rogers of Idaho Falls. To Day it is the bearer of the sad news of the death of mrs. Lindsay and also of her Mother. Mrs. Judge Rogers died on the the 27th of March and mrs. Lindsay on the first of april. De Hartegan the popular Young clothing Man at c. Bunting amp cons is responsible for the following answer to a salutation tuesdays Bright morning it makes an old Man As Gray As a Colt when feasting at a Timothy stack to stand in the Sunshine a morning like this and feel the sap climbing up his Back. Or. Fournier came Down from his Wolverine ranch wednesday to take leave of his Nephew Leon Fournier who departed thursday morning for his childhood a Home in France. Young or. Fournier will return to Idaho in the Early fall. Our employer of other Days Jas. A Wallis esq., of the Paris Post has been admitted to the bar As a full fledged attorney. This added to his other titles and prefixes if they were All used would make it necessary in addressing a letter to him to write a James h. Wallis esq., editor Post lieutenant colonel i. N. G. On governors staff attorney at Law Justice of the peace Paris precinct notary Public and conveyancer Leader Paris brass band manager Paris dramatic troupe president Young menus Mutual improvement association and Leader of the second Ward choir Etc., Etc., Paris Era. Easter services. Or. Beane will explain or. Frank w. Beane purposes to make a full explanation of the matter contained in the Boise dispatch to the Salt Lake Tribune and is confident of his ability to satisfy the Public of the injustice done him in the same. He will attend the United states court at Boise next week As a witness against the chinaman Ahfong and will present the original package in evidence. At that time he will give to the Public his Side of the Case and asks a suspension of judgment until he is heard. Pocatello paragraphs. Attorney j. W. Eden will leave for los Angeles about the 20th inst. Or. Bean is in Washington this week the guest of Secretary Carlisle of the Treasury. Or. My Senter cashier of the first National is contemplating a visit to California. The measles is still Active a breaking out among the children and now and then among grown children. Two families Are afflicted with diphtheria. Proper precaution will be taken to keep this fell disease within Bounds. Or. Hess who has been with the Advance from its birth has gone to Idaho Falls to take a position on the Register. The populist Advance of Pocatello comes boldly to the front in behalf of the City democratic ticket and Good government. The election of the ticket is assured beyond any question. Messes Reagan West and Phillips recently arrested for buying cattle from indians have had a preliminary hearing before commissioner Whittier and waving examination were bound Over to the next u. S. Grand jury. The election next tuesday is not causing As much talk As it might otherwise do if the race was considered close. The flood tide of sentiment is towards the democratic ticket. Since conductor Burns has been tendered that Fine position in Columbia there is an epidemic of talk about emigrating to Australia and South America. A number of Young men have adopted preambles and resolutions to go conductor Jack Burns is going to South America. He will sail from new York 18th of april. Or. Burns was one of the most popular conductors on the Utah amp Northern. The place in store for him is High up on the ladder of pro episcopal Church sunday morning 1st. Voluntary. 2d. Opening hymn. 3d. Exhortation Etc. 4th. . 5th. Psalms. 6th. First lesson. 8th. c. W. Kiefer. 8th. Second lesson. 9th. Deo. 10th. Creed and collects Etc. With. Solo a just As i am de c. W. Kiefer. 12th. Sermon. 13th. Offertory. Methodist sunday evening. A Good musical program has been arranged at the m. E. Church for sunday. The choir will consist of mrs. Titus and mrs. Stevens sopranos mrs. Barnhart and miss Fife Altos or. Vogler and or. Keifer. Tenors and or. Barnhart and or. Mingus Basso a miss Rebecca Wright organist. The following will be the order of service Organ and congregation. Hymn. Prayer. your glad lesson �?1 corinthians Xiv 1-26. Hymn. , Christ is Sermon a a the resurrection a Luke 24, 5. hymn. The services will begin at 7 30 of clock. Baptist sunday evening. 1. . 2. Scripture Reading. 3. Prayer. 4. Opening address. Rena Giggle. 5. A easter jewels a with class. 6. Recitation. Archie Wicks. 7. darling.,.beulah Behle. 8. Many infallible proofs. Or. Ways class. 9. Duet of Cross upon mount Calvary Gertrude Forbes and Rebecca Bowles. 10. Dialogue a Christmas or easter a 31.flora Green and Lula Hines. 12. Solo Sweet by and by Lowell Giggle. 13. Song the . 14. Recitation woman a Bowler. 15� song Jesus no. 5. My Trio. A the heavenly City a Rosie Hines Jessie Loyd and Susie Biethan. 17. Quot a easter though tsp and song. Mrs. Dietrich a class. 18. Collection 19. Closing . In the bivouac of the dead. Francis m. Shoemaker has crossed the Divide and gone into the Encampment of the great majority on the other Side. He was born in Pennsylvania november 36, 1825, and died at Blackfoot March 31, 1896. At the age of 17 years he entered the United states Navy. He was a private in the mexican War and in the late War a lieutenant of co. I. 3d regiment of California volunteers under general Connor. He was honorable discharged from the military service in 1866. In 1870 he settled upon his Blackfoot ranch a citizen of Oneida county. In civil life he held a number of offices of Trust. He served As a Justice of the peace. He was a member of the lower House of the sixth territorial legislature and was probate judge of Bingham county for two terms. He was made a Mason in California in 1852, and was also a prominent member of Odd Fellows and of the g. A. R. After an Active Busy life he has gone to join his comrades in the Encampment on the other Side. His funeral services trere conducted from the methodist Church by the masons april 2d, and his remains were followed to their last resting place by that order the Odd Fellows and g. A. in ranks and a Large procession of citizens. Saloons closed wednesday sheriff Warner demanded of the Saloon men Here As he had done before at other Points in the county the liquor License for the first Quarter which under the new Law is 8300 per year. The saloons promptly closed for the Sale of spirituous liquors. Just whether the saloons will be running in full blast again under the old order or not does not seem to be determined at this writing. We understand that an United Effort will be made to contest the new Law which is recognized by them during these hard times to be prohibitive to such a degree that it Means a loss to pay the License. At Rexburg in addition to the state License of $300, the town counsel last monday night legit lated another $100. Per year. It is probable that the saloons Here will open up again on the first of the month paying the second quarters License under protest. It is contended by some that the past quarters License cannot be collected. But this is disputed. Anyway there will be a Law suit before the matter is settled. One of st. Anthonys saloons is open for the Sale of Temperance drinks and has a big Trade. The saloons at Rexburg Menan Lewisville and Market Lake Are also closed. A Silver Hammer. But your Blue Stone at Ben Fernie s. Judge Sample Orr quietly and peacefully passes a Way. Sample Orr who died at 3 15 on the afternoon of april 1, was born november 26, 1816, in Murray county Tennessee. His first marriage was to Olivia Houston in 1841. Removing to Missouri in 1852, he engaged in farming and the practice of the Law. Here his first wife dying he married Emaline Dollison. He went to the Missouri state convention in 1861, at st. Louis taking a Strong part against the secession Effort. He along with his co labourers were successful in holding the state to the Union. The same year he ran independently As Union candidate for governor of Missouri. This year he was appointed land Register for four years. He was also elected a Belle and Everett elector in i860. In 1864 he was sent As a Delegate to the National convention at Chicago which placed Gen. Mcclellan in nomination for president. In 1865 he removed to Montana where he engaged in raising live Stock and the practice of his profession. Here he was elected a member of the Council in the second legislature of Montana and was sent to the legislature several times after. In 1878 he was a candidate for Delegate to Congress. In the fall of 1880 he went to California where he stumped the state for Gen. Hancock. He later invested in sheep driving to Idaho finally locating at Blackfoot. He was a candidate for District attorney of Bingham county in 1888. In 1892 he made a number of speeches for Gen. Weaver. In 1894 he was sent to the populist state convention and at the time of his death was chairman of the Bingham county populist Central committee. Judge Orr was strictly a moral Man. He always contended for the right As he saw the right and worked Early and late for the betterment of his fellow men. He was a great Temperance advocate and even in his last years worked and spoke for the cause of Temperance. At a Ripe old age he has been gathered to his fathers leaving a wife and seven children a Host of friends and old time acquaintances to mourn his lost. His funeral services to be conducted by the masons of whose order he was Long an honoured member will be held sunday Forenoon at 11 of clock at the Baptist Church after which his remains will be Given to their final resting place. Card of sympathy. Golden Rule Lodge no. 24, Independent order of Odd Fellows extends to the bereaved family of our late brother Francis m. Shoemaker its sincere sympathy at the loss sustained by them and at the same time gives expression of the deep sorrow of the Lodge at the death of a respected and honoured member. C. H. Woods 1 h. W. Curtis committee. L. W. West Blackfoot Idaho april 3d, 1896. The markets. Corrected every thursday evening egg psf per dozen. 32�4 lard per Pound. 12% butter per Pound. 15 @ 20 Beans per Pound. 06 apples dried per Pound. 8hi apples per Box. 125 oranges per dozen. 50 bananas per dozen. 40 flour per Hundred.1 50 1 75 Oats per Hundred. I 25 wheat per Hundred. 85 Alfalla a seed per Pound. 08 chickens live per Pound. 07 @ 08 fresh oysters per can \ 50 Honey per Pound. 10 potatoes per Hundred. 50 cabbage per Pound. 04 onions per Pound. 024 hogs live per Hundred. 3 00 hogs dressed per Hundred. 4 00 beef on foot steers per Hundred. 2 50 beef on foot cows per Hundred. 2 00 hides Green per Hundred. 4 00 Hay per ton. 4 00 a now what do you want a asked the f a Sharp tempered woman. A i called to see if i could t sell you some baking powder May am a said the seedy gentleman with the straggling whiskers. A Well you can t sell no baking powder Here and i ainu to got no time to waste on paddlers a come to think of it a am a said the seedy gentleman As he fastened his bag a i would t care to sell you any powder. This Here Pokey Little Kitchen of yours is so Low in the ceiling that the bread have no Chance to if you want a Good cup of Tea done to forget that a a. Bull is handling the Fult a Tea celebrated Brand notice. In the District court Bingham county Idaho. J. C. Milleck 1 is. V Hopkins lumber amp milling co. J in this cause the receivers having presented their account for approval. It is ordered that a hearing be held upon said account at Chambers at Pocatello Bannock county Idaho on the 13th Day of april 1890, at 10 of clock a. To of said Day at which time and place any person having a claim against said receivers May appear and present the same or make objection to the allowance of said account. Daod this 2d Day of april. 1896. 2t d. W. Standrod judge. To the people of Southeastern Idaho i Choc Meltc that our lines will embrace Llao Nuil dry goods clothing hats o k Caps boots shoes Ings. Staple and fancy Gro Ceries Queens Are harness and harness trimmings plows harrows. Scrapers Bain Ler wagons barbed wire furniture and in fact everything usually carried in a general . Bunting amp company. Now is to paint the time. Your House before the summer heat Gomes. Best and most Complete line of varnishes colors pallets oils f Soti Cheri a Kite Lead. My prepared House and Carriage paints Are the very Best Oil the brushes amp by size or Quality. A pure drugs and smokers articles in Stock. Next door North of d. H. Biethan a physicians prescriptions compounded Day or night to my lady customers 1 k ave received a pig part of a Spring dry goods which Are now open for your inspection consisting of everything in the line of the very latest fabrics and patterns in All kinds of Wash goods Spring dress goods in single dress patterns laces braids insertions Etc. T a once More to your attention 1 h 11 a 1 to Stroo nmn s line of ladies and children a shoes. I consider them the very Best shoes for the Money in the United states. Stroot Man shoes that i sell for $2.75 will Cost you $3.50 in Many other makes. Strootman shoes that i sell for $3.00 will Cost you 3.75 in Many other makes and no better shoes. If you have not tried them do so and be convinced. I have just received a new line of boys suits and would like to have you inspect them for Price and Quality. I have received a new lot of the celebrated Florsheim a new Fine shoes in Kangaroo Cordovan and calf in the different Width. Come and Loo at them. A see our menus they Are a Corker so As All oar jew Saits Are. A new line of neckwear. Blackfoot Idaho

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