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Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - February 8, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoVol. 9.Blackfoot, Bingham county Idaho saturday february 8, 1896. No. 37 epitome of events. Politically the country will have a big Boom year. Blackfoot is shipping a Large Quantity of Alfalfa to the Pocatello Market. The delinquent tax list of Nez Perce county shows a footing of $8,399.00. Be sure to note the announcement of the drama a a Imogene at the opera House next Friday evening. With better Side walks and Street Crossings Blackfoot would feel As proud As a Man with a never suit for the 4th of july. There Are men who complain every Day from the Force of habit of complaining. And that is True in every Community of every land. Bryan is a new Post office for Bingham county and Hyrum Grimmett is postmaster. Our Home dramatic troupe should be greeted by a crowded audience at the opera House next Friday evening. Or. Hicks very emphatically smote the Nail on its head when he talked weather this week he said it would be so and it was so. Rev. Or. Yost closed his meetings thursday evening. There was much interest to the close. Eight Hundred acres of land were entered thursday in the land office for homesteads. The appointments for Utah Viz Marshall for judge Judd for attorney and Brigham for marshal have been confirmed by the United states Senate. Last sunday was ground hog Day but As Blackfoot had no ground hog Case it was passed As the other sundays of the month. Or. Keller will pay Blackfoot another visit in the capacity of dentist on saturday and sunday the 8th and 9th inst. Those wishing dental work will do Well to note this fact. A prominent Young attorney of Pocatello when arraigned in cupids court some months ago pleaded a guilty a and will stand up to be sentenced next month. In Central Illinois business is temporarily ruined by mud. Owing to the warm Winter and continuous Rains the roads have become bottomless quagmires and it is impossible to travel Over them in vehicles. The like has not been known there in 20 years. Judge Richards of the Boise District is going to resign and leave the Bench. The governor will appoint a successor to serve until the november election. Judge Richards has Given general satisfaction. At the services at the m. E. Church next sunday evening the following music will be rendered Anthem the god of Abram Praise. Duett for Tenor and Alt come Solo for . Fine Utah sorghum at bulls fifty cents per gallon. Gem Hominy in five Pound bags made from selected Flint Corn Kiln dried for 25c. Per bag at West a. Married on monday last at the m. E. Parsonage. Or. Neils Paulson and miss Ellen Ritchie both of Helena Rev. J. R. Yost officiating. The Happy couple took the train the following morning Back to Helena. They were both members of the salvation army corps at Helena. The proposition to Bond the Village of Idaho Falls for $30,000 for electric lights and water purposes was Defeated at tuesdays election by a Small majority. The proposition will most Likely be voted upon again during the year. The state of Idaho has been sued by Butte contractors for $6,744.25, for work on the state Wagon Road. These contractors built a portion of the Road in Lemhi county afterwards it was washed away by Spring freshest and the Board ordered them to rebuild it. Their Bill is for the rebuilding and the state Board of examiners refused to pay it hence the suit. The merchants of a Little town in Ohio have hit upon a novel plan of getting satisfaction from a dead beats 5 and those who will not pay their honest debts. They have Given All their claims against such parties to the woman a missionary society and have thus started out a number of prominent women collectors who Hope to make them pay by appealing to their better natures or to Force them through shame to seek other Fields. If you want to save Money on your groceries go to West s Cash grocery. Try a grand Republic 5 cent Cigar at Ben h. Fernish a. Look out for the mask Ball on Washington a birthday. Four applicants for teachers certificates were at the examination thursday. W. R. Sebree a prominent citizen of Caldwell is very sick with typhoid fever. If one had All the tools in a sculptors studio he could not carve out a better weather for Blackfoot than we have had this Winter. Deputy u. S. Marshal Billy Woodin went Down to Franklin Oneida county Friday morning with a warrant for a party wanted in commissioner Stevens court. Sheriff Keifer has de. Samuels the coloured Porter of the Graehl hotel Idaho Falls in charge for 30 Days for robbing a store at the Falls. Or. Capps one of Bingham a successful ranchers did big blowing in december january and february. He could not have done More on that line in a Winter in his old Alabama Home. Idaho climate and Idaho weather is the Best known in the almanacs Kentucky legislature is still in the throes of Travail to bring Forth a United states senator. Hunter the Republican is still Hunting the two votes necessary to a Choice and Blackburn is encouraged at the gain of two anti Blackburn men at the last ballot. From the marriage notice in another column it will be seen that a couple came All the Way from Helena Montana a capital City to be married in Blackfoot. They did right. There is a a Streak of Good Luck about marriages in Blackfoot not to mention anything about the artistic smooth and easy manner in which the knots Are tied. Those salvation lists will never regret their marriage and will never cease to shout the praises of their happiness when they first saw the Light of married life in Blackfoot. Blackfoot May Point with honest Pride to her excellent Public schools. Since the holidays the lately printed course of instruction and rules and regulations As prepared for the school by the principal has been followed and during the past week a Large number of reference books has been added to the Library. The school is better equipped and is doing better work than Ever before. Prof. Titus principal is full of enthusiasm for his work and misses Fife Houck and mrs. Stone Are full of Zeal for theirs and under their guidance the schools Are in a most healthful and prosperous condition. We were pleased with the advancement being made and the work As shown us during a Short visit to the schools this week. Pleasant personal mention. Miss Nan Gallagher of Pocatello is visiting miss Blanche Jones of Blaek foot. A Rube Dunn went Down tuesday to look after his american Falls ranch. Mrs. Glenn and miss Mae Wheeler have been visiting in Pocatello several Days of the week. United states attorney Forney spent monday in Blackfoot in a Case before commissioner Stevens. Phil Hanak of Pocatello was a visitor in Blackfoot wednesday. Or. Taggart travelling passenger agent of the u. P., Headquarters at Salt Lake City spent wednesday in Blackfoot. Attorney Grimmett is for the present term in charge of the school at Moreland. Judge j. Goodwin representative of the Salt Lake Tribune who knows everybody in Idaho As Well As in Salt Lake City was registered at the Blackfoot wednesday evening. Or. Keller Man after assisting Rev. Or. Yost in his meetings up to wednesday evening went North to Idaho Falls. A Victory of victories. The news from Washington touching the wonderful Success of the Bond loan Gladden the heart of every american citizen. This was the first time the government Ever attempted a popular loan the first time it Ever offered its securities to the people. All sorts of predictions were made about results. The european press predicted a failure and Many people at Home looked for defeat for such a Large demand in Gold. But the test has been made and it is proven that the people of the country Are Able and willing to protect the country s credit. This Victory of victories will Advance the United states in the esteem of the world it will make her securities in demand in All the Money markets in the world. Ours is a grand country and our people a great people. A Imogene a at the Blackfoot opera House next week. The Home dramatic club will on Friday the 14th inst., present at the opera House a a Imogene or a the witches secret a a drama in four acts. Admission 35 and 50 cents. Those holding reserved seat checks will be entitled to a ticket free for the Ball which will be Given immediately after the play. Come one come All and enjoy a Royal feast. Caste of characters mrs. Edna Fife. Mother Mundy. Mrs. W. E. Barnhart. Susie mrs. Mans 1 Fields maid mrs. James Stevens. Snooks a newsboy Robt. Osborn. Charles Mansfield. K. A Ling. Or. Harriso. Poynter. Deacon Austin mrs. Mansfield Uncle a e. Hartdegen. James Reed an attorney. J. Stevens Dennis of Brien Mansfield a Valet a. E. Barnhart. Gospel Temperance services the w. C. T. U. Will hold a gospel Temperance meeting in the Baptist Church tuesday evening feb. 11th, at 7 30 of clock. Mrs. Danilson will preside. Programme opening song choir and congregation. Scripture lesson. Prayer Rev. Baker. Song. Choir responsive Roll Call. . Titus. Male Quartetti. Recitation Susie Biethan. . Titus. Paper mrs. Holbrook . Keifer. Collection. Son choir. Benediction. A choral class will be organized. There will be a choral class organized in Blackfoot on monday evening february 17th. There Are now some thirty Odd members and the indications Point to a much larger class. The chorus will be directed by or. De Keifer whose charges will be one Dollar per month for each scholar. This class will be confined to persons Over fourteen years of age and will study class singing expression modulation and pronunciation. It is proposed to take up Bartholdy a oratorio la Dation a grand creation and not too difficult of rendition. It contains 66 pages of music and takes about thirty five minutes to sing it. Every person interested in the advancement of this most Beautiful Art should join this class. None Are to old to learn. Or. Keifer says he will make this chorus Render better music than was Ever heard in Idaho. A class for children will also be organized and or. Keifer will take a limited number of private pupils in voice culture. February a gifts to Blackfoot. February promises to be unusually Liberal and generous in the distribution of gifts to the pleasure seekers and theater goers of Blackfoot. Tuesday evening the 11th, the ladies of the w. C. T. U. Will entertain the Public with a splendid program. The address and the solos in the song service will be extra Fine. Friday evening the 14th, a Home dramatic troupe will appear before the footlights at the opera House in the popular drama a a Imogene or a the witches tuesday evening the 18th, a Home troupe will present for the first time to a Blackfoot audience the three act comedy a caste a which has been received with wonderful favor wherever played. Friday evening the 21st, a grand masquerade Ball will be Given at the opera House and the entertainments to follow this will be announced next week. Congress is As Busy As cattlemen at a round up. The Senate and House Are each passing Bills which they know the other will not accept. Senator Tillman of South Carolina ought to be so ashamed of his speech on the floor of the Senate last week that he should change his name to Stillman hereafter. Wanted Good fresh ranch butter. C. Bunting amp co Best and biggest 5c. Cigar at Ben h. Fernish a the grand Republic. The news acknowledges the receipt of a coloured lithographic picture of the ice Castle at Lead Vil be from Ray Raymond of the Lake Herald. It is a Beauty. It May be seen at our office. Through the ice. Thrilling experience of passengers on stage near Minnedosa. Passengers on the stage that runs Between Albion and Minidoka had a thrilling experience a few Days ago. Snake River has been Frozen Over for some time and teams have been crossing on the ice. The other Day the stage started across on the ice and when Midway of the Stream one of the horses broke through. It looked for a time As though All the passengers would be drowned but the Hole in the ice did not enlarge sufficiently to allow the entire vehicle to go through. The passengers got out and escaped to Terra Firma As rapidly As possible. One of the horses was .  .7�?o a a fort Hall gleanings. The children who ran away from school last week were immediately returned by their parents. Our ice House is filled with ice and is locked up for the summer. The boys were made Happy last saturday evening when or. H. B. Mitchell the clerk made his appearance. They All had to run with greetings to Salute him. Two of our boys sold a Load of beef hides in the Grove City last saturday. Success boys you Are starting out in the mercantile world nicely. Supt. Locke and or. Mitchell went to Blackfoot monday to attend u. S. Commissioners preliminary court. Or. Bumgarner and mrs. Tenant attended the Epworth league in the Grove City sunday. The pupils Are preparing to celebrate Washington a birthday with songs recitations compositions Etc. Pickaway. Special special to the ladies of blackout and Vicinity. Wish to say that having secured the exclusive Sale we i j Are will keep in Stock the entire line of a. J. Johnson amp cons celebrated line of ladies shoes a and oxfords none genuine unless stamped a. J. Johnson amp co., Rochester new York. We have just received our first shipment by express for the Holiday Trade. They have no equal either for Quality workmanship or Wear. Call and look at the line. C. Bunting amp company. Reservation land. The opening of the Nez Perce Indian reservation to settlement was so late last fall that the expected great Rush was not realized owing to the lateness of the season and Snow is usually upon the ground of a Large portion of the High lands at that season. There has been Only about 750 filings made on these newly opened lands which could not exceed in the aggregate about 120,000 acres while the area opened exceeding 500,000 acres. Of course some of this land was rough and not desirable for houses but there is yet much land unoccupied. The land office is predicting a bigger Rush As soon As Spring opens As they Are receiving Many letters of inquiry the last few Lewiston Tribune. Chinese buying lumber. Port Townsend wash., feb. 3.�? an agent of the chinese government has come to the coast to place an order for 50,000.000 feet of lumber. Most of it is intended for the construction and repair of government buildings. A mechanical horror. Machinery is a monthly journal published at Johannesburg South Africa. In a recent number is an account of a most remarkable clock belonging to a Hindoo Prince which the editor thinks the strangest piece of machinery in India. Near the dial of an Ordinary looking clock is a Large Gong Hung on the poles while underneath scattered on the ground is a pile of artificial human skulls ribs legs and arms the whole number of Bones in the pile being equal to the number of Bones in twelve human skeletons. When the hands of the clock indicate the hour of 1, the number of Bones needed to form a Complete human Skeleton come together with a snap by some mechanical contrivance the Skeleton Springs up seizes a Mallet and walking up to the Gong strikes one blow. This finished it returns to the pile again and Falls to pieces. When 2 o clock two skeletons get up and strike while at the hours of noon Ard Midnight the entire Heap Spring up in the shape of twelve skeletons and strike each one after the other a blow on the Gong and then fall to pieces As before. The very Best 25 cent Tea in the Market. Try a Pound at West a. Wanted Good fresh ranch butter. C. Bunting amp co. Notice. U. S. Land office Blackfoot Idaho february 0th, 1890. A complaint having been entered at this office William r. Davis against James a. Howell for abandoning his Homestead entry no. 42f�0, dated july 18, 18%, upon the nj4 see and n4 sch Section 10, township 5 North Range 30 East in Fremont county Idaho with a View to the cancellation of said entry. The said parties Are hereby summoned to appear at Blackfoot Idaho before the Register and receiver on the i3th Day of March 1890, at 10 of clock a. M., to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment. Jno. G. Brown. Register. Are you troubled with a sold ? Call on us we have on hand t11e following cough syrups Kings new discovery Shiloh a cough cure chamberlains cough cure Ayers Cherry pectoral compound syrup of tar also any other Patent medicines. Stationery perfumery tobacco pipes cigars Etc gh0igest candies in the Gity physicians prescriptions carefully compounded Day or night. Strict attention to Mai orders. Benh Fernish druggist i d. H. Biethan a Blackfoot Idaho. C aus i Why can i sell As cheap or cheaper than any one else in Idaho.? i sell Large quantities of goods and i buy Large quantities and get lowest prices. I manage to get my goods in at lowest possible freight rates. I stand behind the counter and in that Way find out what the people want. I buy Only such As people want and have no dead Stock to pay for. I do my business with the least possible expense. I have no rent to pay. I am Content with a smaller profit than some people. People Are talking about the big business i am doing. People Are talking about the prices i am Selling at. People Are buying where they can get the most goods for the least Money. My Trade is increasing every Day. Join the procession a few prices Twenty five pounds oat meal. 1.00 Coal Oil by the Case. 3.00 eighteen bars White russian soap 1.00 four bars full weight Kirksy Savon soap.25 six cans of fruit. 1.00 Corn 10e., 5 gallon Keg pickles. 1,25 Fine California peas. .12-1 walkers family soap Best laundry soap on Earth 20 bars. 1.00 men s All Wool Tine suit last year s Price $15.00, now 9.00 Black Clay worsted heavy Good All Wool frock or sack last year $18.00, now. 12.50 a heavy Wool Ulster overcoat 6.00 Fascinator 65c., 85e., 1.15 and 1.50. Can to be beat. Ladies fur and Plush capes at two thirds prices marked. All Wool Germantown yarn 05c. And 75c. Pound. A ladies a Wool underwear suit 1 35 ladies Good. All Wool Hose .05 men s extra heavy All Wool Hose three pairs for. _ Roo menus Wool Hose five pairs fo1. J 00 done to forget Yon can save Money by Trade with "t1 taxi Black a. A Idaho

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