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Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - January 18, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoThe Blackfoot news published every saturday. Percy Ionest publisher. Terms of subscription one year.$3.00 six months. 1.50 three months.75 advertising rates furnished of application. Entered at the Post office at Blackfoot Idaho for transmission As second class mail matter our weekly budget Blackfoot Idaho january 18, l896. Professional cards h. Grimmett attorney at Law Blackfoot Idaho. F. W. Beane. Late Heg. Of u. S. Land office. Geo. L. Wall late special at Gen. Land office. Amp land attorneys. Blackfoot Idaho. Stewart amp Dietrich attorneys at Law place Kisool Idaho. J. 3l Stevens stenographer in office. J h bean a assistant surgeon u. P. Railway. Pocatello Idaho. I Quot telegraphic communication promptly att dded to. Insure your buildings against fire with f. W. Vogler Pioneer insurance at. Of Bingham county. He represents five of the Best fire companies also the new York life ins. Co Coal Diaho Imie Coal. Lump $6.25 nut 5.75 full weight guaranteed the Diamond Coal makes a better fire and lasts fully one third longer than any other Coal in the Market. No trouble to keep fire All night with it. A John Montgomery agent. Blackfoot Idaho. One minute cough cure is rightly named. It affords instant Relief from suffering when afflicted with severe cough or cold. It acts on the Throat bronchial tubes and lungs and never fails to give immediate amp Greene druggists. No room for doubt. When the facts Are before you you must be convinced. The facts Are that the Union Pacific is leading All competitors is the acknowledged dining car route and great through car line of the West. The line via Denver and Kansas City to Chicago in connection with the Chicago amp Alton Railroad with its excellent equipment of free reclining chair cars Pullman Palace sleepers and Pullman diners demands the attention of every traveler to the East. Ask your nearest agent for tickets via this route. A l. Lomax Gen. Pass and tit. At. De witty a Little Early risers for Bil Liou Ness indigestion constipation. A Small Pill a prompt amp Greene druggists. Don t be too late. The Fine Plush Robes Are nearly All sold. They Are cheaper than rheumatism. W. D. Trego. Scientific american Agency for caveats Trade Marks. Design patents. Copyrights tor information and free handbook write to Munn amp co. 361 Broadway. New York. Oldest Bureau for securing patents in America every Patent taken out by us la brought before the Public by a notice Given free of charge in the s Denti fic Jim eau largest circulation of any scientific paper in the world. Splendidly illustrated. No intelligent Blackfoot would like to see the cubans lick the spaniards out of their High top boots. About 30 car loads of sheep were shipped from Idaho Falls last Friday and saturday. The new masonic Lodge of Blackfoot has one of the neatest and Best equipped Halls in the state. England has found out that if she wants a War she can get it on application almost anywhere. Agent Teter of the fort Hall Agency has gone East on a months leave of absence. Of Wold bros., of Market Lake Are shipping sheep direct to Scotland. One train Load went Forward last Friday. Hon. Mart Patrie came Down from Market Lake last Friday. A the governor of Fremont always receives a cordial Welcome to the Grove City. All new England and the East want to do their patriotism business on a Gold basis. Oneida county has a new Post office Stone named in Honor of attorney Stone of Malad. Editor w. E. Wheeler of Idaho Falls attended a meeting of the Board of county commissioners tuesday. Agent j. A. Collins has refused promotion and Transfer to Dillon station. He had rather enjoy a Charm at Blackfoot than Fly to another he knows not of. Next monday is pay Day at Pocatello. The pay Roll is Good for the Dull season of the year. At least $40,000 will be distributed among the Railroad employees. Drusilla Churchill of Oklahoma has been appointed Matron at fort Hall Indian school. The populists of Louisiana have refused peremptorily to fuse with the republicans. Their motto is a let every tub stand on its own senator Blackburn is the Choice of the democratic caucus in the Kentucky legislature for u. S. Senator and or. Hunter of the Republican caucus for the same Honor. Speaker Reed is not recognizing the populists in the House very fast. Bell of Colorado says not a populist has had an Opportunity to open his Mouth in five weeks. A West Virginia Man has just died leaving $150,000 to the Church and two a cows and his household goods to his wife. The Church will never save the wretch from the torments of the hereafter. Last week was reported the Best for cattle sales at Omaha during the Winter and a material Advance was scored in values. The demand for sheep was Good but the hog Market was Dull. At the personal request of agent Collins the depot rooms have been nicely Kals mined and Are now whiter than Snow. Or. Collins should keep a Blunderbuss on hand and fill the scamp who would deface the Walls with his vulgar and obscene scribbling with hot shot until upholstered chairs would be a torment to him. Gem Hominy in five Pound bags made from selected Flint Corn Kiln dried for 25c. Per bag at West a. Done to let your horse shiver All his fat off when you can get a Blanket for $1.00 at w. D. Trego a. Hon. Sam. Weiler grand master of Boise and editor f. G. Mock grand lecturer of Nampa were present at the organization and installation of the new masonic Lodge at Blackfoot on the evening of the 13th inst. W. G. Stufflebeam a Sammy Tilden of the West Side came up from his big ranch monday and his first question on reaching town was a How Are the democratic boys getting along a wanted Good fresh ranch butter. C. Bunting amp co. L. W. West has charge of the Diamond Coal Scales and will receive or ers for Diamond Coal. Fred w. Vogler returned tuesday morning from his visit to new York Baltimore Washington and other Eastern cities. He had a most enjoyable time All along the line and has reached his Home greatly Impi oved in general health. This is Gratifying news to his Many friends. Awarded highest honors worlds fair it for the Bride of >96. Prospective brides with a vein of superstition in their make up May be inclined to follow the advice Given in the following lines married in Pink your Fortune will sink married in Blue your husband is True married in Brown you la live in the town married in Green your husband is mean married in red you la wish yourself dead but married in White. You re sure to be right. Graded sidewalks the sidewalks on main Street Blackfoot Are an abomination an Eye sore. In some spots they Are a nuisance and should be abated. What we need Are sound graded sidewalks of uniform Width and height. Of course there can be no ordinance looking to this but there can be an agreement a concert of action on the part of property owners to have them so. The Spring will soon open up and let us begin our work of improvement on main Street at the ground and have decent sidewalks All along business fronts. The song ser wee the song service at the m. E. Church sunday night was praised by everybody in attendance. Miss Lillian Warner presided and the choir rendered Well chosen selections of songs. All the meetings at the Church Are on the increase. The regular sunday morning and evening services Are Well attended the league meetings Are interesting and the Sabbath school is in splendid condition. Its work and highly satisfactory in trial bottles free at b. H. Fer Nisho a drug store. Regular size 50c. And $1.00. Express time. Pocatello Jan. 11.�? special to the statesman a or. C. N. Rooker married miss Lizzie Anderson of Ogden in this City at 10 30 to night at the residence of w. A Mccarthy judge Hopson performing the ceremony. He went to her House at 9 of clock and asked her if she wanted to get married. She said a a yes but not right away. He said it was to be then or not at All and she consented. He woke up p. W. Gallagher and George Robe than As witnesses and went after Theodore Turner to procure the License. Or. Rooker is a noted physician throughout the state and miss Anderson is Well known in Ogden and this City. South Carolina has this kind of a divorce Law a no divorces from the Bond of Matrimony shall be granted in this state for any if such a Law was in Force in every state what a purifying effect it would have in the marriage Market. Mau should be without it. Weekly $3.00 a fear $1.50 six months. Address Mun n amp co., ugh Svikss 301 Broadway new York City Cream brei to heft most perfect made v a pure grape Cream of tartar powder. Free from ammonia Alum or any other adulterants. 40 years the Standard. Con red at last Hon. David g. Browne has been unanimously confirmed by the United states Senate collector of customs for Montana and Idaho. His is the most remarkable Case in the history of the United states. Five times he was appointed to the office and five times the Senate refused to confirm the appointment. Senator Power gave him All his trouble and at the last meeting of the Montana legislature he played the game of a turn about and gave Power trouble by defeating him for re election. At the present session of Congress or. Cleveland appointed him for the sixth time and he was last week unanimously confirmed. If he should serve out the time for which he is now commissioned he will have been in office seven years. Education in Good citizenship. A there Are two reasons Why the boys in my town done to break windows of unoccupied houses a said a visitor to one who had suffered from the heedlessness of his Young neighbors. A the boys have been taught that destruction of property is senseless and wicked and then you see we have no unoccupied houses for both these things i thank our Village improvement Winter is the season when in the average Community such an association May most easily be formed. Lack of local Pride is not an american failing. Citizens of All parties and creeds will gladly come together to discuss the needs and possibilities of their town and such free interchange of opinion May open the Way to deeds that will warrant the Pride Many officers an elaborate Constitution great sums of Money Are not essential. It is not necessary at the beginning to plan a free Library or establish a lecture course. The civic duty nearest at hand May be to refrain from throwing rubbish on the sidewalks. Small things attended to greater will follow in their own time As Public spirit develops. Working through such an Agency various new England villages have secured Good roads better schools sanitary sewerage ample water Supply Public libraries and educational and social clubs. In no Case so far As we have Learned has it seemed necessary to a go into under our democratic system town officers Are very near the people and they Seldom disregard a definite and reasonable demand for Reform. It is Safe to predict the Prosperity of a town whose inhabitants unitedly strive to make it wholesome and Beautiful. It is equally Safe to say that with due recognition and encouragement the Young people will do their share of work. For them there could be no better training in Good citizenship which is All summed up in the faithful performance of one s duties and the maintenance of others rights. A youths companion. Unequalled ser wee. Denver to Chicago via Kansas City is Given via the Union Pacific and Chicago amp Alton railways. Through Pullman sleepers Pullman dining cars and free reclining chair cars leave Denver daily. The Union Pacific is the great through car line of the West. Ask your nearest ticket agent for tickets via this line. E. L. Lomax Gen. Pass and tit. Agt., Omaha Nebraska. Buckle no a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by Ben h. Fernish. To a few prices s 25fbs Beans for.$1.00 a files granulated sugar for. 1.00 30 Tbs rolled Oats for.1.00 other goods in proportion. Candies nuts fresh fruits vegetables fresh oysters Salt herring Mackerel pickled pigs feet. Honey comb tripe sauerkraut Apple cider Loose pickles Sweet potatoes strained Honey and Honey in the comb. The above goods being received daily Are pure and fresh. The Best for the Money in the Market. Satisfaction guaranteed or Money cheerfully refunded. Lowest Cash prices in the City. Of Nar Relous results from a letter written by Rev. J. Gunderman of Dimondale Mich we Are permitted to make this extract a i have no hesitation in recommending or. Kings new discovery As the results were almost marvelous in the Case of my wife. While i was pastor of of the Baptist Church at Rives Junction she was brought Down with pneumonia succeeding la Grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last hours with Little interruption and it seemed As if she could not survive them. A Friend recommended or. King s new discovery it was Quick in give us a calf and be convinced. L. W. West. Four in hand. Powell amp co., of the Blackfoot and Challis stage line will run on mondays wednesdays and fridays a four horse stage from Blackfoot West Ward Over their line. Their Small stages will run As usual. The travelling Public and shippers May govern themselves accordingly. Powell amp co. Notice desert land entry. U. S. Land office Blackfoot Idaho i january 11th, 1896. J complaint having been entered at this office by h. H. Mills against Joseph Plunkett for failure to comply with Law As to desert entry no. 2085, dated june 4th, 1895, upon the Southwest one fourth of Section 10, township 1 North Range 38 ease in Bingham county Idaho with a View to the cancellation of said a tit contestant alleging that land was not at Date of entry desert land under the Law that upwards of fifty acres of said land was cultivated during the season of 1894, and a crop raised thereon that the said Joseph Plunkett was not at the time entry was made is not now nor never was a resident of the state of Idaho. The said parties Are hereby so Monod to appear at this office on the 26th Day of february 1896, at 10 of clock a. My a to respond and furnish testimony concerning said entry. A Jno. G. Blown Register. Notice to creditors. What can be found at the Pioneer drug store f / Jand it i. Estate of Fletcher Ireland y creditors notice. Deceased notice is hereby Given that letters of administration on the estate of Fletcher Ireland deceased were granted to the undersigned on the 2u.h Day of june 1892, by the probate court of Bingham couty. All persons having claims against said estate Are requested to exhibit them to me for allowance with the necessary vouchers at the probate court room in Blackfoot Bingham county Idaho the place of business of said administrator for said estate within four months after the first publication of this notice or they shall be forever barred. This 14th Day of january 18%. Edward a. Readicker administrator of the estate of Fletcher Ireland deceased. Wyman amp Wyman att is for administrator tie largest m tat Stock of drags ii to to choose from. A full Lin of cough remedies including chamberlains and Shiloh a our own syrup of tar and wild Cherry shores a shores remedies Karl a Clover Root. Headache wafers of All makes. Fine perfumes a specially. Stationery candies and toilet soaps hair brushes and Combs Wall paper any style and Price. A full line of oils mixed paints and Glass. Our Spanish banker Cigar is said by everybody to be the very Best smoke to be found in Blackfoot. Prescriptions carefully compounded Day or night. Mail orders promptly attended to hts Ixl a a gt3ee1te. The finest line Ever in at bed Rock prices 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. Principal correspondents Chase National Bank first National Bank Omaha National Bank first National Bank Mccornick amp co., Bankers first National Bank associate Bank first National Bank Pocatello Idaho. New York. Chicago. Omaha. Ogden. Salt Lake City. San Francisco. At bulls store the prices Are the lowest in the Valley while our goods they Are of the very Best. Read our prices White sugar 15 pounds for. ,$1.00 currants 14 pounds.1.00 raisins 18 44 1-00 Beans 21 44 1.00 Fuji Tea 35c., 3 pounds.1.00 Green Tea 25c. 4 44 .1.00 Arbuckle Coffee 4 pounds.1.00 chewing tobaccos from 25 to 45 cts. Light Brown sugar 17.1.00 matches 16 boxes for 25 cents. Oat meal 25 pounds for one Dollar. Best laundry soap 21 bars for 1.00 syrup in one gallon Cane 70 cents. Syrup in kegs 1,50. Candy 15 cts. Or 2 lbs. For 25 cents. All other goods just As cheap. To you see any reason Why you should not Trade where you can get the most goods for your Money. Nobody kicks at the Low prices found Only at w. A. Bulls store. Call at the news office for any kind of Job work

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