Blackfoot News in Blackfoot, Idaho
19 Dec 1896

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19 Dec 1896

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Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - December 19, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoThe. Styles. Caj he of Block Lamb having an inside 3d Ark Ruche of White mousse line. Camels hair dresses having a lace Bertha and ribbon Lehet trimming. Corsage Bead Gami Tares in Apricot and Coral shades mingled with White. Bed top Coate having Black velvet collars and Gilt trimmings for Little Chape. Opera cloaks of Warp printed silk flounced it Vith Satin and trimmed with fur. Heady made silk and mousse line Ruches by the Yard for hat and neck a rimming. Felt trimmed hate having a Crown of velvet and velvet brims with Felt crowns. Sealskin coals having a close fitting Back and wide Box plaited half fitting front. Hat frames having Steeple crowns turbans with a Large Point on the Side Etc. Short plaid velvet capes trimmed with an immense Neick Ruche of Black mousse Ine. Boleros of White not covered with Peury and of mousse Ine silk Bead embroidered. Fall and Winter waists of Wavy Serge decorated with untaran Shable me Fine Gilt braid. Sable Mink Marten and Beaver bands for finishing the lower Edge of silk even ing gowns. Small girls Pink cloth Coats trimmed with White fur or lace and immense silk bonnets to match. Middy suite of Cadet Gray having a dark Blue Sailor Collar trimmed with White braid for Small boys. Church notes a Lincolnshire England Rector writing in the London times says he has an income of exact luf $1,000 a year and this year he has paid $�?~��0 out of it in rates and taxes. Since Prince Max of Saxony has been assigned to . Boniface in Whitechapel London a great change has Cone Over the congregation Rich tuft Hunters from the w est end crowding out the poor among whom the Prince is trying to work. King Albert of Saxon although a Homan Catholic lately gave $3,000 to the building fund of a poor lutheran congregation in Guttentag Saxony and furthermore guaranteed an annual subscription of $75 toward the support of the. Pastor. Rev. Or. Hayes c. French disturbed the meeting of the congregational club in san Francisco the other Day by bring org a charge of unorthodox against Icv. I r. William l. Birch of the people Church of that City who. He said preached morality but not salvation. Canon menager cure of tallies in Brittany is the. Senior priest in Active service in France. He is 04 years of age has been a priest for 70 years and has keen for 52 years in charge of his present Parish. Lie attends to All tils parochial duties and preaches often. The orthodox russian Church is to establish an Organ in the United states to be published in new York City at first As a. Bimonthly. To will be printed in parallel columns of russian and English and is intended for the support and increase of its member Shin in America. The annoying sores made by the harness can almost entirely be prevented by intelligent care. The pressure of harness and Collar upon parts not accustomed to it if Long continued ,30 compresses the blood vessels that the Normal flow of blood is checked the vessel Walls Are bruised and partially paralysed and the Muscles Are also bruised and weakened. When the pressure u suddenly removed with the removal of the harness the blood rushes into the weakened vessels dilating their Walls that the blood serum passes through and accumulates in the connective tissue under the skin. Thus originate the soft fluctuating swellings often appearing upon the Collar rest. If these accumulation Are not removed either through absorption or through an incision in the skin there results a permanent enlargement from callous formation. When the injury is Only to the skin and underlying muscular tissue an inflammation is incited that results in a breaking Down of the tissues at the affected Point. In natures attempt to rebuild there is an excess of material deposited and thickening of the part results unless intelligent treatment is Given. The sores that result in slowing away of some parts Are caused either by the excessive heat arising from friction of the harness or by a killing of the parts from cutting off of the blood Supply through Long continued pressure. All understanding of these processes enables one to alleviate the conditions favouring them. The same Collar should be used on a horse provided it is a Good one As not to be continually shifting the pressure than put a horse to heavy work gradually. Stop frequently not Long at a time and raise the Collar manipulating the parts of the shoulder upon which it rests with the fingers Eoas to restore the circulation. It is an excellent plan to have an old cloth attached to the harness to use to wipe the perspiration from the shoulder on removing the harness Bathe the parts upon which the harness has rested be Avila with cold water. This con tracts the Muscles and tends to prevent inflammation and swelling of the parts. c. T. Picton is manager of the state hotel at Denison Texas which the travelling men say is one of the Best hotels in that Section. In speaking of Chamberlain Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy major Picton says a i have used it myself and in my family for several years and take pleasure in saying that 1 consider it an infallible cure for diarrhoea and dysentery. I always recommend it and have frequently administered it to my guests in the hotel and in every Case it has proven itself worthy of unqualified endorsement. For Sale by Ben Fernish druggist. New York apples new York Sweet cider cranberries figs dates nuts seedless raisins Citron evaporated peaches nectarines apricots new York buckwheat flour Vermont Maple syrup strained Honey pop com at d. H. Biethan a. Our line of Xmas perfumes Are Complete. Call and see them at Fern Isles. You should see the Beautiful line of novelties in each department at the Idaho furniture co., Pocatello. Professional Caros we we William h. Behle physician and surgeon. Office second door South of c. Bunt Ino amp building. Blackfoot Idaho. George l. Wall land it Ciornei. Real estate and insurance contests a special Tyr Toffice next door to u. S. Land office. Blackfoot Idaho. Notice ter publication land office at Blackfoot. Idaho \ dec m b r 111 a 1898. F notice is hereby Given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before the Register and receiver at Blackfoot Idaho on january 25th, 1897, Viz Willet d. Trego of Blackfoot Idaho for the Neh Sec. 31. Twp 2 s., Range 35 B. A he Carnes the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land Viz Byrd a. Trego James a. Bumgarner Eugene t. Rose Yardley b. Trego All of Blackfoot Idaho. Jno. G Brown. Register. H. Grimmett Atto Bovey at Law Blackfoot Idaho. Utah amp Northern time card South bound no. A mail and express in 28, through freight 30, local freight North bound 7, mail and express 29, local freight through freight a c no. U 97 x 4. 1 40, a. In. 1 55, a. A 12 05, p. 4 12, a. 8 35, a. 2 45, p. To tie East West North Sou take time Union Pacific j. A. Collins agent. Stewart amp Dietrich attorneys at Law Pia Booi Idaho. J. Stevens stenographer in of Bee. County directory sheriff h. W. Keifer auditor and recorder Geo. F. Gagon probate judge and supt. Schools. Fred Stevens treasurer g. G. Wright assessor and collector d. G. Crowley Coroner George l. Safer Surveyor commissioners Frank Martin 1 c. W. Berryman \ Isaac enc son w. D. Ilu Faker lodges Tea ci1ers a As Cia Tion. Fit Thanna a i meet i n g of the state at Pocatello december 28th, 29th and 301h. . Monday. Forenoon�?9 20. 2. 3. 4. 5. To it. 7. 8. 9. Rev. A. H. Lyons 2. 3. Personal Points lady Marcus Beresford is an English woman who has devoted herself loth Pursuit of providing a Home for cats. She has succeeded in establishing Aix endowing one in Englefield Creen. Windsor Park. She has made cats hex specially and her collection of Agoras is famous. Charles Francie Adams has Given to the Adams chapter daughters of the lie Volution the House at Quincy in ass., in which. John Adams was born. The presentation was made on the 161st anniversary of Adams birth and among Hose present were two of Bis grandchildren miss Elizabeth Adams Anu Isaac Hull Adams. Andrew h. Green who is called the grand father of the greater new York and who for Many years has been prominent in the development of the Metropolis is practically a Well Man for the first time in More than a year the is Able to drive about the country surrounding his summer place at wort Ester mass., where he was born and he will return to new y Ork the latter part of this month. Rev. William Stevenson a methodist episcopal Clergyman of san Francisco Lias seen 59 consecutive years of work in the service of god. He also saw the first railway passenger train in the United states which ran from Philadelphia to Trenton in 1832. He saw the first wafer turned into the Southern Section of the Wabash amp Erie canal in 1 g3. He has seen every president of the United states from Andrew Jackson Down to Grover Cleveland and was an intimate Friend of Abraham Lincoln. Alleged humor. A. I. Music. Invocation quartet. Welcome ,"., mayor w. F. Kasiska Welcome a a schools judge Standrod responses. Association Cornet Soloa. W. Reed annual address. President h. H. Barton duet. 10. Minutes of last meeting Galloway afternoon�?1 30. 1. Music. Appointment of committees. Individuality in the school room a. J. A Koontz the necessity for progressive teachers miss Delia t. Kehoe history b. Fores Man apperception. J. A. Hulme a tuesday forenoon�?9 00 1. Music cultivation of memory a. A. Knott How can we cultivate a taste for literature?.miss Lottie Mccuskey psychology in . A. Mullin punishment As viewed by the child miss Ada f. Madden the teachers culling George Coic afternoon�?1 30 1. Music 2. First two years in numbers. Miss Ethel Huckvale the modern teacher superintendent elect a. . Anderson vocal music in the Public schools a mrs. Agnes Cook the child. J. Allison wednesday. u sic education. Alf Osmond How to teach geography. Miss Mary Galloway interest psycho logic and pedagogic of. A. Swanger Edu emotional Aims 11. Wells Reading in the third Grade. Miss Clara Houck afternoon 1 30 a music individual instruction. Geo. E. Knepper University in its relation to the schools of the state b. Gault recapitulation report of committees. Election of officers and location of the next meeting. Delinquent notice. The lava Side ditch company limited a corporation of principal place of business Blackfoot Bingham county Idaho. Notice there is delinquent upon the Fri lowing described Stock on account of assessment no. 7, levied on the 29th Day of october 1890, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders As follows name. No. Cert. . Amt. Nels Christenson jr., 47 4 $5 00 a g. Hinkle,.61 7 7 75 and in accordance with Law and the order of the Board of directors of the corporation made on the said 29th Day of october 1890, Many shares of each parcel of Stock As May be necessary will be sold at Public auction at the office of John Montgomery. Blackfoot. Idaho at 2 of clock p. M., on saturday the 2nd Day of january 1897, to pay delinquent , Cost of advertising and expense of Sale. By order Board of directors. J. W. Clendenin Secretary and treasurer lava Side ditch company. Insure your buildings against fire with f. W. V06ler, Pioneer insurance at. Of Bingham county. He represents five of the Best fire companies also the new York life ins. Co John a. Quillin masonic. Regular communications o f Grove City Lodge no 33, a. F. Amp a. Will be held at masonic Hall at 8 00 p. M., 011 tuesday before full Moon each month. _ All visiting Broth ers in Good standing Are cordially invited. George l. Wall w. N. C. Titus Secretary. °8 pc of solid Vestibule trains. Free chair Cai the great through car line to Chi Cap operating through cars to Chicago via. Council Bluffs and c. Amp n. W. By. Chicago or . Louis via. Kansas City c. Amp a. Portland via o. To. Amp n. Co., also to san five Cisco los Angeles and fort Wurth. Pullman Palace sleepers Pullman Colin i sleepers Pullman dining cars. Pentser Light steam heat Union depots., dining cars and lunch counters ail along the line managed by the hotel department. For maps time tables pamphlets desc it pith t of territory traversed by the Union Pacific system apply to j. A. Collins at. Blackfoot. Idaho. D. E. Burley Gen. Agt., Salt Lake in Dickinson Omaha neb. E. L. Loma a Gen. Manager. Gen. P amp t at fast time pest Servic to Carpenter and pull per. A plans specifications and estimates Given on application. Blackfoot Idaho. Golden Rule no. 24,1, of o. F. Meets on thursday evening every week at 8 of clock in masonic Hall. Visiting Brothers Are cordially invited. Geo. H Holbrook to Morrison Sec a. N. G. George ii. Thomas Post no. 9, g. A. R., holds regular meetings on the first tuesday night of each month at the masonic Hall in Blackfoot at 7 Oclock. All comrades in Good standing Are requested to be present. J. C. Fisher commander. J. P. Porter adjutant. Is United states land office. Office hours 9 00 a. Till 4 00 p. Register John g. Brown w. Jones Post office hours Chicago Milwaukee . Paul Aud Minne Apoi via Chicago Milwaukee amp . Paul railway. Alex Mitchell t com. Agent. Saif Lake City Utah Alma Marker dealer in week Days. Sundays. 8 00 a. To 7 00 p. .9 00 to 11 00 a. E. S. Stevens p. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 3. 4. O. 1. A a it 3. Ileal estate Diamond Coal fire insurance John Montgomery Law attorney real estate fire insurance and Coal agent. If you want to buy a ranch Large or Small five or ten acre pieces or town lots come and see me. 1 have four Hundred acres close to town which 1 will sell in lots to suit at reasonable figures. I am agent for two of the Best fire insurance companies on Earth the Liverpool and London and Globe with assets of Over forty eight million and the new York underwriters Agency with assets of eight millions. When you want anything in my line it will be to your interest to Call und see to. If i cannot suit you in land or insurance will try and sell Yon u ton or More of the celebrated Diamond Coal which will surely please. Office Southeast Corner East main and Idaho streets Blackfoot Idaho Hay for Sale. H. Former of Wolverine has 200 tons of Hay for Sale. Will sell in qualities to suit buyers at hard times prices. Parties writing to him will address Presto p. O. If you try to Wear a cough out you will most Likely Wear yourself out. Get a 25 cent bottle of or. G. W. Shores Couch cure and save a doctors Bill. Sold by Hull amp Greene. 5. To. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Leading dealers everywhere sell ferry a seeds done to risk the loss of time labor and ground by planting seeds of unknown qual Fly. The Market is full of cheap no unreliable sped. Ferry a secs a Are always the Best do not accept any substitute. Seed annual free. A ferry amp co., a Detroit Wlch american biscuit and manuf go. Successors to Utah Cracker factory. A manufacturers of the celebrated Silver Brand of Fine crackers. These goods Are sold by All the wholesale grocers in Utah. Send in your orders. 412 South second West Street Salt Lake Cit Utah. To a what does Slyker think about the Silver question a a a there a no telling. All we know is what he Tribune. Angry father a what do you mean by being engaged to half a dozen men at once a a Detroit free press. The cabby a a what shall we Call it a cabby absentmindedly a a ooh i leave that entirely to you sir i funny cute a it must be such pleasure to sing of you do. Does your husband sing too a a Well John John wards to sing awfully and he life. Manama a Why were the five virgins whose lamps lacked Oil called foolish a tommy�?1�?omaybe they had their bikes with bulletin. Jackson love a Beautiful Isnit she one May truly say her face is her Fortune a miss cast icky a an Illust c. Bunting amp co., Bankers incorporated Blackfoot Idaho. Transacts a general banking business. Interest allowed on time deposits. Issue drafts direct on All principal cities of Europe Active responsible accounts solicited. Infra Tion 40 of the self nude woman. I sup a More a Newa. Principal correspondents a Flash National Bank first National rank Omaha National Bank first National Bank Mccornick amp co., Bankers first National Bank new York Chicago _ Omaha. _ Ogden. Salt Lake City. San Francisco associate Bank first National Bank Pocatello Idaho notice u. S. Land office Blackfoot Idaho i n Over be r 23, 1896. F compliant having been entered at this office by David a Johnson against Ace i vie for abandoning Bis Homestead entry no. 483, dated june 26th. 1895, upon the be 14, Section 27, township 2 s., Range 36 e., in Bingham county Idaho with a View to the cancellation of said entry the said parties Are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 31th Day of january 1897, at 10 of clock a. M., to respond Aud furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment. Jno w. Jones receiver. Notice ter publication. Desert entry u. S. Land office Blackfoot Idaho i december 8th, 1896. I notice is hereby Given that James Christensen of she Ley Bingham county Idaho has tiled notice of his intention to make proof 011 his desert claim no. 2000, for the no nwv4, swj4 nw>4, and n Vav amp Sec. 35. Twp. 1 s., r. 37 e., before the Register and receiver at Blackfoot Idaho 011 wednesday the2uth Daj of january 1897. He names the following witnesses to prove the Complete irrigation Aud reclamation of said land Christian Anderson of Shelley Idaho Nels a. J ust of Presto Idaho Lee Clark Antone Christensen both of Shelley Idaho. Jno. G. Brown Register Church methodist Rev. Or Yost pastor. Preaching every sunday morning at 11 of clock and evening at 7 30 of clock. Prayer meeting wednesday evening at7 30 of clock. Sunday a cobol sunday afternoon from 3 till 4 of clock. Epworth league prayer meeting sunday at 6 of clock p. When your liver is out of order take or. G. W. Shores anti constipation fills. Hull amp Greene sell them. Notice for publication. Land office at Blackfoot i Laho i december 2d, 1800. F notice is hereby Given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before the Register and receiver at Blackfoot Idaho on january 11, 3897, Viz Joseph h. Dye of Basalt Idaho for the he nah and lots 1 and 2, Sec. 31, twp. 1 s., r. 37 He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said Laud Viz Reese d. Jones Richard t. Dye Lorenzo j. Firth Albert winks All of Basalt Idaho. Jno. G. Brown Register notice ter publication. Lund office at Blackfoot Idaho 1 december 2d, 3896. F notice is hereby Given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before the Register and receiver at Blackfoot Idaho on january 11th, 1897, Viz Reese d. Jones of Basalt Idaho for the neti and lot 4, Sec. 25,twp. 1 s., r. 36 e., and lot 2, Sec. 30, twp. 1 s., r. 37 He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land Viz Joseph h. Dye. Richard t. Dye Lorenzo j. Firth Albert winks ail of Basalt Idaho. Jno. G. Brown Register. Delinquent notice. The East Branch Blackfoot irrigation company a corporation a location of principal place of business Blackfoot Bingham county Idaho notice there is delinquent upon the following described Stock on account of assessment no. 6, levied on saturday october 24th, 1896, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders As follows name. No. Cert. No. Share amt. Ical instruments strings and trimmings. Orchestra and band music Sheet music am and music books largest Stock in Idaho. Also Fine watches and jewelry stationery books Blank books and school books cutlery notions. Confections tobacco cigars Mach Fie Needles Etc. Agent for the Newman Brothers organs. Idaho Falls Idaho if you suffer from any of the various female ailments and want a sure cure try or. favorite prescription. It is a local application easy Safe and pleasant to use and never fails. Write for special information to Box 1205, Salt Lake City. $1 a bottle at Hull amp Greene a Salt Lake City Utah. Conducted by the Sisters of k holy Cross studies for boarders and Day pupils will be resumed the first tuesday in september. Terms moderate. Send reference. For catalogue address the above. The Blackfoot Houston amp Challis stage co. Limited o. H. Cain. 4 4 $ 4 30 James Drew. 30 6 7 20 Nels Johnson. 10 2 3 40 h. Kirk Patriek. 14 1 1 80 James Mackey. 15 8 8 05 Geo a. Robe than. 28 4 7 01 Mary a. Wall. 29 2 3 40 A. Johnson. 31 4 6 80 w. K. Jones. 33 2 2 00 and in accordance with Law and the order of the Board of trustees of the corporation made on said 241 h Day of october 3896, Many shares of each parcel of Stock As May be necessary will be sold at Public auction at the office of the company in Blackfoot Idaho at 3 o clock p. a on the 38 Day of december 1896, to pay delinquent assessment Cost of a advertising and expend set a by order Board of trustees. Cha Ules h. Wilks Secretary and treasurer Blackfoot irrigation cuu Pony. Blackfoot Idaho , 1896, the cheapest the shortest and mos direct route Between the North East and West and the Points named. Carrying mail passengers Aud express leaves Blackfoot daily at 6 a. For the big lost River mines Houston Challis Bonanza Clayton. Custer buy Roseand yellow jacket. Passengers Are carried in first class four horse coaches. Eating houses on the line Are unsurpassed for further information apply to f. A Vogler general manager Blackfoot Idaho. Tetter Salt Rhebra and eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to Toliese diseases is instantly al Ayed by applying chamberlains Eye and bin ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hand chilblains Frost bites and Chr Oil sore eyes. 25 cts. Per Box. A a a i m it a a a or. Cady a condition powders arc just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic blood purifier and Verm Fuge. They Are not food but Medicine and the Best in use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 cents per package. For Sale by Ben h. Fernish druggist Job printing promptly done at the news office

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