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Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - April 18, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoYol. 9.Blackfoot, Bingham county Idaho saturday april 18, 1896. No. 47 local happenings Para graphed. The sundry civil service Hill now pending in Congress carries $200,000 for the Public building at Boise City. Washington advices say speaker Reed expects Congress to adjourn by 1st of full report of the commissioners proceedings May be looked for in the news next week. Mrs. George Holbrook has returned from her visit to Park City Utah. Frank Cox the noted land attorney of Fremont county has decided to locate permanently in Oklahoma. T. B. Card a the jeweler of Logan Utah has assigned with liabilities covering $25,000. United states attorney Forney is expected in Blackfoot monday on business before judge Stevens court. Wednesday morning was actually As cold by therm metrical measurement As the republicans of Pocatello Felt the evening after the City election. Mrs. Yost wife of Rev. Or. Yost of the m. F. Church was quite sick thursday evening. A ten Pound baby boy was born to or. And mrs. John Danilson formerly of Blackfoot but now of Park City Utah. Sunday the 12th inst. Pocatello is still worried because no Clews can be found leading to the capture of the murderer of policeman Scanlan. The delinquent tax list of Kootenai fills 111 columns of a seven column newspaper. In a straight line it will extend seven Yards. Caldwell had a $5,000 fire tuesday morning on its main Street. Three buildings were destroyed. Origin of fire not known. No insurance. The Epworth league will give a new England dinner at the Silver Moon restaurant next thursday from 5 to 8 p. Price 25 cents. Mrs. A. H. Lyons formerly of Blackfoot is sick with measles at her Home in Pocatello. Or. Sutton the Temperance lecturer agreeable to appointment delivered two lectures at the Baptist Church this week. Senator Tillman of South Carolina is talking Silver this week in Colorado. Colorado is not sick it needs no Silver physic. Go to South Carolina. Mrs. Charles e. Brooks and Little son Paul left w wednesday afternoon for Illinois where they will spend several weeks visiting with the parents and relatives of or Brooks. The North bound passenger train sunday morning when near the Blackfoot River Bridge ran into and killed three work mares belonging to William Kirkpatrick. The disagreeable weather in april May be a set Back to the Grain crops and grasses on the foot Hills and ranges but it has not injured the bicycle crop. Save yourself for the big dinner the new England dinner at the Silver Moon restaurant next thursday. The time has come when the business of every citizen includes his attention to the a cleaning up of his premises and alleys and planting Shade and ornamental Trees. The first to move in this direction is a Public Benefactor. Chairman Patrie of the Republican state Central committee has made a Call Lor primaries to be held May 2d, and county conventions May 9th, to select delegates to the state convention at Pocatello 16th of May. For a real Good smoke take the Spanish banker. Hull amp Greene. For Sale at a bargain. One Wagon four horses and harness All for $70.00 Cash at w. A. Bulls. A party of Young men cyclists came Down from the Falls sunday and spent some hours in the Grove City. They were royally entertained by or. And mrs. C. B. Wheeler and after a refreshing luncheon went homeward in splendid spirits and with strength renewed for the 25 Miles before them. The new time card of the Utah amp Northern which went in effect on the 16th inst. Is As follows North bound mail and express 4 12 a. M South a a a a a a 1 40 a. M passengers will not be carried on freight trains. Royal baking powder is Well known to be absolutely free from Alum ammonia and All impurity. you feel quite sure about any other Brand Alum powders Are poisonous. Better use Royal and take no chances. Lost a surgical instrument. The tinder will please leave it at news office. It is getting to be a cold and frosty week when one does not hear something More than the cooing of the White doves of peace and Tranquility on the fort Hall reservation. Mrs. Montgomery is up from Logan Utah for a few Days visiting the parents of her husband or. And mrs. John Montgomery. Mrs. Rea expects to go up to Deer Lodge Montana about the 10th of May. Or. And mrs. Moore gave a Musicale wednesday evening in their elegant Parlours at the Asylum in Honor of major Cavanagh a director. Some of the Best Talent vocal and instrumental of town was present. After the Rich music a Light luncheon was spread and the pleasures of the evening closed with a few fascinating whirls in the mazy dance. The new order of the Railroad company forbidding passengers Riding on freight to Ains is a Paral Yzer on local travel. It will bring Many teams and vehicles into requisition Between Blackfoot and Idaho Falls and Blackfoot and Pocatello and lose to the company Many a Dollar. Col. Hannaford has returned from Washington flushed with his Success in the Case for the Peoples canal company. The colonel had an All around enjoyable visit to the nations capital and also to new York and Chicago. He reports politicians in the East As much at sea about the platforms and nominees of the National conventions As they Are West of the Rockies and in the a mining Burroughs of the far West. Mcllvain the murderer of Young Manassa at Montpelier Bear Lake county some months ago was tried and sent to the Penitentiary for five years on the charge of an assault with a deadly weapon. Immediately following his conviction on that charge Manassa died now he is to be tried for murder. This Case presents something new to the Legal fraternity of the state. The question is have his constitutional rights been invaded by the new proceedings against him. If convicted of murder his imprisonment for assault will end. If acquitted of murder his imprisonment for assault will go on. He will be punished if guilty and punished if not so it seems. Col. Ingersoll delivered an address to the churches of Chicago sunday and among other things gave expression to the following let each human being within the limits of the possible be self supporting let every one take intelligent thought for the Morrow and if a human being supports himself and acquires a surplus let him use a part of that surplus for the unfortunate and let each one to the extent of his ability help his fellow men. Let him do what he can in the Circle of his own acquaintance to Rescue the fallen to help those who Are trying to help themselves to give work to the Idle let him distribute kind words words of Wisdom of cheerfulness and Hope. In other words let every human being do All the Good he can and let him bind up the wounds of his fellow creatures and at the same time put Forth every Effort to hasten the coming of a better Day. Or. Mott fed a lot of dogs on Alum baking powder biscuits. The Alum was afterwards found in their blood. Alum in food is a Poison. Alum or ammonia is found in every baking powder except the Royal. Attempted assassination. Memorial and resolutions. A cowardly attempt to take the life Dusky Wing of death has dark of Billy George one of the Best and ene f the a Oor 0f our Lodge room. Our most respected indians on the fort Hall reservation was made last sunday evening. About 8 of clock that evening he took his lantern and went to his stable to look after his horses and while there was fired upon and was struck in the leg near the knee the Ball shattering the Bone. His Squaw hearing the shots ran out and gave the alarm hut the Assassin had fled. Tuesday drs. Barry of the school and Moore of Blackfoot amputated the leg and the wounded Man is As comfortable As possible under the circumstances. The pants and some other garments of the Assassin were found near the spot from which the shots were fired and which May furnish Clews leading to the arrest of the guilty party. At this writing no arrests have been made although officers Are Hunting the reservation Over. Billy George has Long been considered by the Whites who know him As one of the Best most honorable and most industrious indians on the reservation at this time he holds the office of police judge. He belongs to the tribe of Shoshone and was As supposed fired upon by a treacherous Bannock. School notes. After a Short vacation the Spring term of Blackfoot Public schools opened on monday april 6th, and the Lively interest manifested in the work by both pupils and teachers is evidence that a change of occupation has been a Benefit to the school. Daring the first week of the term ex-1 Cellenti work was done in All the grades and some important changes and promotions were made a group of twelve pupils were transferred from the first to the second primary department. In the first primary another group of eight pupils during the present term will be prepared for promotion to the same class and a beginners class has been organized for the Little people who Are just entering school life. In All the grades during this term a special Effort will be made to secure legibility in writing and proficiency in Reading. Another special feature will be Field and observation lessons. The class in algebra Are particularly interested in the study of quadratic equations. The class in geometry Are engaged in the demonstration of the review theorems following the Given Demontra ions of plane geometry. The students in English grammar Are making a critical study of selections from Standard literary works. Thirteen pupils have taken up a your government a and will make a review of the subject during this Short term. The arithmetical study in the seventh Grade is a review of percentage interest and mensuration. Elma Anderson has been transferred from the seventh to the eighth Grade. She has won this promotion by diligent study which always wins distinction. In compliance with a National custom and according to the suggestions made in the recent proclamation of the governor of the state of Idaho Friday May 8th will be observed As Arbor Day with appropriate literary exercises and out door planting of Trees several members of the seventh Grade have left school to begin farm work and As the class will Acejo plish much work in school this term those absent now will probably have to take up school work next year in a younger class. A c. Titus principal. Bad for local travel. An order has this week been issued by the Railroad company that passengers will not be taken on the freight trains. This makes it bad for local travel to and from Blackfoot. The order we understand grows out of a Nim her of suits against the company by parties who have recently been uncomfortably shaken up on freight trains. Burned to death. A Little four year old son of Frank f. Fisher of Onaga Kansas was burned to death a few Days ago. The Little fellow secured a match and went to the barn and striking it set fire to a lot of Hay near the door and then retreated to the Back of the building. When the flames were discovered it was impossible for any one to enter the building and it was not known at the time that the Little fellow was shut up therein. After the barn Hay horses and calves had All been burned the charred remains of the Little boy were found. The father of the deceased is a brother of s. G. Fisher of Idaho now Indian agent at the Nez purees. Brother Sample Orr has been called from labor in this earthly Lodge to refreshment in that Lodge celestial that Temple not made with hands eternal in the heavens. Brother Sample Orr has been a Mason for 34 years. He lived a Mason. He died a Mason. He followed the design drawn upon the trestle Board of life by the supreme master of the universe. His work is finished. And we As masons confidently believe that he is now journeying in a that undiscovered country from whose Bourn no traveller returns where he will receive the wages due to a True and faithful craftsman. This tribute we pay to the memory of our departed brother who has served so Long and Well and faithfully in the ranks of our beloved order. But he is gone and we can Only mourn our loss and indulge the Hope that the Good he has done May live after him and inspire those of us who remain to live As masons to walk uprightly in our several stations before god and Man Ever remembering that immortality is taught at every step in masonry and that in the end when the Silver Cord is broken we May rest from the feverish toil of life in the glories of eternity. Resolved. That in the death of our brother Sample Orr Grove City Lodge u. D., a. F. Amp a. M., and the fraternity at Large has lost one of its most worthy and devoted members. Resolved that we convey to his widow and to his family our sincere commiseration in this their hour of bereavement and that sorrowing with them we commend them to a higher source of Consolation than earthly sympathy. A a there is no death what seems so is resolved that a copy of this memorial and resolutions be Given to his family. Resolved that the Blackfoot news and the Pocatello Tribune be requested to publish these proceedings. Resolved that a copy of this memorial and resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the Lodge. N. C. Titus Geo. F. Gagon Chas. V. Jenkins. Committee. The markets. Corrected every thursday evening eggs per dozen. 10 lard per Pound. 12 4 butter per Pound. 15 @ 20 Beans per Pound a. A 05 apples dried per Pound. Apples per Box. 1 25 oranges per dozen. 50 bananas per dozen. 40 flour per to mired. 1 50 a 1 75 1 25 85 08 4 a 08 50 10 50 04 03 3 00 4 00 2 50 Oats per Hundred. Wheat per Hundred. Alfalfa seed per Pound. Chickens live per Pound. Fresh oysters per can. Honey per Pound. Potatoes per Hundred. Cabbage per pounds. Onions per Pound. Hogs live per Hundred. Hogs dressed per Hundred. Beef on foot steers per Hundred. Beef on foot cows per Hundred. Hides dry per Hundred. Hay per ton. Of 2 of 6 00 5 00 the Spanish planter is the Best 5c. Cigar in Blackfoot. Hulk amp Greene. The Board of county commissioners adjourned Friday. Note the big warrant Call in to Days Issue of the news. The Republican presidential drama is nearly half Way through the first act and Mckinley so far has proven the favorite with the audience. The Board of Asylum directors is in session As we go to press. Only two Are present messes. Cavanagh and Rogers. For rent or Sale a five room House by 1st of May. Only two blocks from the u. P. Depot. Or. W. H. Behle. The Silver tongued orators of the East do their talking on Silver in the West such talking like Charity should begin at Home. When you want Good imported wines or liquors of any kind go to Hull amp Greene. Wanted a reliable lady or gentleman to distribute samples and make a House to House canvass for our vegetable toilet soaps and pure Flavouring extracts. $40 to $75 a month easily made. Address Crofts amp Reed Chicago Illinois. Dissolution notice. The co partnership heretofore existing Between the undersigned under the firm name of Beane Wall amp Hannaford is hereby dissolved by Mutual agreement. George l. Wall will collect All fees due the firm and pay All outstanding firm debts contracted by George l. Wall and George a. Hannaford. George a Wall. George a. Hannaford. Frank w. Beane. Dated Blackfoot Ida april 17, �?T96. Warrant Call. To the people of Southeastern Idaho office of county treasurer 1 Bingham county. F Blackfoot Idaho april 18, 1896. J Otice is hereby Given that the following Bingham county War Quot rants will be paid upon presentation general fund warrants registered. April 14, 1892. July 16, a a oct 16, Jan. 12, 1893. April 13, 1894. July 14, oct. 12, nov. 20. July 16, oct. 18, u numbered. .106 to 190 inclusive. 191 u 295 to. .296 it 375 u 1 u 306 a 75 a 183 it 184 u 238 t 239 let 310 u 311 a 467 u 140 u 210 is 211 it 304 it pica0e mate that our lines will embrace a acc Tull dry goods clothing hats Caps boots shoes furnishings. Staple and fancy groceries Queens Are harness Ancl harness trim mings plows harrows scrapers Bain and Ler wagons barbed wire furniture and in fact everything usually carried Ini a general Stock. C. Bunting amp company. Warrants included in this Call shall cease to draw interest ten 10 Days from Date of this notice. All warrants above advertise not presented for payment within sixty 60 Days from Date of this notice will not be paid under this Call but must be presented to the Board of county commissioners for re allowance As provided by Law. G. G. Wright county treasurer. r m Mumm f a Vlad a a Tiai �5? now is the time to paint your House before the summer heat Gomes. Best and most Complete line of vanishes colors paid boils Sok Teri Wiki e Lead. 4 my prepared House and Carriage paints Are the very Best on the Market. Paint brushes amp by size or Quality. Pure drugs and smokers articles in Stock next door North of d. H. . Physicians prescriptions compounded Day or night. A lady customers 1 have eject Ives. A pig part of my Spring dry goods which Are now open for your inspection consisting of everything in the line of the Yery latest fabrics and patterns in All kinds of Wash goods Spring dress goods in single dress patterns laces braids insertions Etc. T w amp w More to Call your attention i Ali in to Strootmann a 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 of have not tried them do so and be convinced. Tutin i have Tust received a new line of boys suits Julu 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 pm Maroon Cordovan and calf in the different Width. Come and look at them. See our menus $6.00 suits they Are a Corker so As All our suits Are. A new line of neckwear. Blackfoot Idaho

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