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Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - March 7, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoThe Blackfoot hews published every Quot saturday. Percy Jones publisher. Terms of subscription one year.$3.00 six months. 1.50 three Mouths. .75 advertising rates furnished on application. Entered at the Post office at Blackfoot Idaho for transmission As second class mail matter Blackfoot. Idaho March 7, 1896. Professional cards a Grimmett attorney at Law Blackfoot Idaho. I a. Beane. Late of u. S. Land office. Geo. L. Wall late special a Art Gen. Land office land attorneys. Blackfoot Idaho. Stewart amp Dietrich attorneys at Law Plack of f Idaho. J. M. Stevens stenographer in office. J a bean assistant surgeon u. P. Railway. Pocatello Idaho. A Quot telegraphic communication promptly i tended to. Insure your buildings against fire with f. W. V06ler, Pioneer insurance at. Of Bingham county. He o re presents. Five of the Best fire companies also the new York life ins. Co Coal Diamondville Coal. Lump $6.25 nut 5.75 full w eight guaranteed our weekly Hud get. Monday morning March 2d. Was the second coldest morning of the Winter. Miss Mabel Herman came up from Downey and spent sunday at Home. Arthur g. Whittier has accepted a special Agency for the North american publishing company of Chicago. Miss Nellie Sweet s school West Side has closed for the term. John Downing is building a neat cottage residence on the Asylum Avenue. The methodist sunday school invites you to its �?Tingathering1 Celebration sunday evening. Don t miss it. Special land agent Sadler came in from Nebraska monday morning on business before the u. S. Court. Or. Hicks thinks March will be comparatively free from destructive storms. He predicts a pleasant month. Ketchum has a never postmaster miss Valeria Dollarhide vice Patrick Mcmahon resigned. The Southeastern Idaho teachers1 association will hold its regular semiannual meeting at Idaho Falls the last week of the present month. L. W. West closed his grocery store the last Day of february with an Eye to another business in which there is More of the ring of the by metals. It is rumoured that Paul p. Lawson the Houston murderer for whom there is a standing Reward has been located. Seth Morgan once known in Blackfoot has been sent to the Penitentiary from Boise for assaulting his own Little daughter of 11 years of age. The land office business for february was at least a third better than it was in january. Last year there were 10,500 homicides in the United states an increase of 3,000 Over the average for ten years past. The number of Legal executions was 723 and the number of lynchings 1,118. # president kicks was Down from Rex Burg tuesday. The venerable old gentleman carries the weight of father tune with the ease of one who Mir it be younger by a score of years. Fremont county advices say Many of the county officers will stand for reelection some of them offering to Swap around As they Are not eligible for re election to the offices they hold. The cold snap of sunday night and monday was terrific in Montana and Wyoming. In Wyoming a Snow storm raged with much fury but no heavy losses of Range Stock is reported. The hog Industry May be a paying one but hogs running at Large in town and now and then rooting up Flower Beds and lawns Are an Industry of another kind one that neighbors will not tolerate forevermore. A Sentinel judge. The Hon. Roger a. Pryor a Distin quashed new York judge being asked As to the conditions which he requires of candidates for naturalization named two. The first is a a knowledge of the principles of the american Constitution a this requirement he explains is based on the provision of Law that the applicant must give satisfactory proof of his attachment to the principles of the Constitution. A but How a argues the judge a can he be attached to that of which he is ignorant a the second requirement is that the applicant be Able to speak and write the English language in support of it the judge Points out that to serve As a juror in the City of new York a person shall be a table to read and write the English language the alien when invested with rights and privileges of citizen resenting the possibilities of their re will he requested to present an article to the convention on the transmission of electric Power showing the vast wealth of this state in water Power for the generation of electricity and the possibility of All our principal mining operations being conducted in the near future by electricity and also the feasibility of establishing Railroad communication Between the different centers of our state by the same Agency. Judge j. H. Richards will be asked to prepare a paper on the important subject of irrigation and state Engineer Mills will be requested to prepare a paper on the Carey act. All of these papers and speeches will be printed in pamphlet form to be sent out As advertising matter All Over the United states and Europe. The coming together of such a body of men with the sole object of truthfully rep c. Bunting amp co., a anglers incorporated Blackfoot to Amo. Transacts a general banking business. I o interest allowed of time deposits. Issue drafts direct on All principal cities of Europe. Active responsible accounts solicited. Principal 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. John Montgomery agent. Black foot 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. Notice for publication. Desert land or. S. Land office Blackfoot Idaho Janna re 27th, 1896. F notice is hereby a riven that Cassius f. Smith of Blackfoot Bingham county Idaho has filed notice of his intention to make final proof on his desert land claim no. 1-uo, for Nln Neq and lots t and 5, Sec. 28,t\vp. 3 s. R. 34 e. B. M. Before the Register and retriever tit Blackfoot on monday the 9th Day of March he names the following witnesses to prove the Complete irrigation and reclamation of Oaid land William Shields Joseph Warren Arthur l. Clark James Miller All of Blackfoot Idaho. Jno. G. Brown Register. It not Only is so it must be so one minute cough cure acts quickly and that s what makes it amp Greene druggists. Cabling the latest style and size cards 31x24 in. Together with the new style script Type just received at the news Job office. American biscuit and manuf a co. Successors to Utah Cracker factory. Al manufacturers of the celebrated a Byrd Trego has closed his school at Menan near Idaho Falls and has returned to his Home on the West Side. A Large Artesian Well recently sunk at Chamberlain s. D., is utilized in running the electric Light Plant of that town. The water is conveyed through a three Inch nozzle playing upon a Felton water wheel. The Only eclipse visible in North America in 1890 will occur August 22d and 23 a partial eclipse of the Moon. Try the Diamond a Home cured hams and Bacon at the Fulton meat Market. Special notice until further notice. Both drug stores will be closed on sundays at 1 o clock Sharp p. M. In Case of necessity the proprietors can be found at their residences. Ben h. Fernish Hull amp Greene. Prof. H. P. Platt of Chicago claims to have discovered in the common Horseshoe Magnet a Power of photographing through opaque substances similar to that shown by the x rav and my Crookes tubes. According to experiments made by the professor with a Horseshoe Magnet Laid on a sensitized photographic plate enveloped in a thick Black cloth the Force of the mag 1 p net upon the concealed plate was very similar to that shown by the x Ray. Objects placed alongside the Magnet were clearly photographed on the negative while the shape of the Magnet itself was most distinctly shown. Awarded highest honors worlds fair. Apr Cream these goods Are sold by All the wholesale grocers a Utah. Send in your orders. 442 South second West Street. Salt Lake City Utah. Ship ought to be competent to perform its duties of which jury duty is one of the highest. Forever As the judge declares a a knowledge of the country is important if not indispensable to an intimate acquaintance with the multiform interests of the the naturalization Laws should be enforced More intelligently and More thoroughly than they Are. They would thus be made an effective supplement to the immigration Laws in safeguard our citizenship against the invasion of unfit foreign elements. Several years ago a report to the House of representatives from the. Committee on the judiciary revealed the unsatisfactory Way in which the subject is treated in too Many of the courts throughout the country. In some eases it appeared that clerks and deputies after conducting applicants to the court room informed them that they were a a in the presence of the court a a and administered the necessary oaths to them and their witnesses the attention of the judge never having been called to the matter at All. On the eve of an election crowds of aliens Are made citizens in All the great cities the numbers necessitating haste and making careful compliance with Legal requirements difficult even where there is an honest Effort to carry them out. That applicants and their bettors have sometimes resorted to perjury was made Manifest but when cases have been prosecuted the ignorance of the accused and the haste of the proceedings have usually acted As a defense. The defendant testifies that the required questions were not asked or that he did not understand them. Persons thus admitted to citizenship though they May live among us. Contribute no element of strength to our institutions which they do not understand or respect. Such men Are the natural instruments of the Bosses. Indeed. Their Plancy in the hands of corrupt politicians does not involve the same degree of moral turpitude that it implies in an american who knows what democratic and representative government is. Having no sense of the responsibility of the individual voter it is not surprising that they Are willing to let others Tell them How to vote. Tenor ant of the meaning and importance of a ballot what wonder that they Are willing to sell it the judge who through carelessness or partisanship fails to exercise against this danger the vigilance which the Law requires seems to us about As blameworthy As the Sentinel who is not watchful on his s companion. Spec Tive locations cannot fail to be of incalculable Benefit to the state. Cure for 11 endure he. As a remedy for All forms of headache electric bitters has proved to be the very Best. It effects a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its influence. We urge All who Are afflicted to procure a bottle and give this remedy a fair trial. In eases of habitual constipation electric bitters cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels and few cases Long resist the use of this Medicine. Try it Only once. Only fifty cents at b. H. Fernish s drug store. A High liver with a torpid liver will not be a Long liver. Correct the liver with de Witt t Little Early risers Little pills that cure dyspepsia and constipation a Hull amp Greene druggists. Chase National Bank first National Bank Omaha National Bank first National Bank Mccornick amp co., Bankers first National Bank associate Bank first National Bank my York. Chi Cago. Omaha. Ogden. Salt Lake City. San Francisco. Pocatello Idaho. A few of the articles we Are to self at prices that Cantant Lee got under by our for Hundred and fifty tons of Hay cheap. Call or address h. Fournier Presto Idaho. Notice for publication. Lund office at Hailey Idaho i february 24th 1896. F notice is hereby a riven that the following mimed settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and Chat said proof will be made before Fred s. Stevens commissioner of the United states circuit court for the District of Idaho at Blackfoot Idaho on april 6th, 1896, Viz Charles Mcdermott. H. E. No. 1012, for the ser Seq. Sec. 24, n Seq Neq Sec. 25, to. 6 n., r. 28 a. And lot 4, Sec. 19, lot 1, Sec. 30, Ivy. On., h. 21 e. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land Viz Johne. Wyatt John r. Rodgers Williamh. Bartel Frank Coffen All of Howe Idaho. . Brodhead Register. Immigration Congress. Most perfect made. A pure grape Cream of tartar powder. Free from ammonia atom or any other adulterants 40 years the Standard. The e line fix eci for its Nee Ting in Boise apri 1 2nd. The statesman of March 1st, tells what the governor is doing to make the Congress a Success in every Branch the governor has written the governors of the trans Mississippi states personal letters inviting them to be present and to appoint five delegates at Large from their respective states. He is writing to prominent citizens in every county in Idaho urging the designation of some one in each county who will prepare a paper upon the resources of their respective counties. He has extended an invitation to c. A. Foresman state superintendent of Public instruction to prepare a paper setting Forth the educational advantages of the state of Idaho enumerating its various High schools colleges and academies. He intends also to extend an invitation to the ministry to prepare a statement of the number of churches of All denominations and their memberships. He will invite Captain Gunn of Boise to write an article on the mining Industry of Idaho More especially the Boise Gold Belt. Judge a. B. Heyburn of North Idaho has been invited to present an article or address on the mining Industry of Shoshone and adjacent counties. A. F. Parker the Brilliant editor of the Grangeville free press has been invited to write up the agricultural and Mineral resources of Idaho county. It will be aimed to appoint some one from every county in the state who will let a Able to represent its attractions either in a speech or paper. Tip in the former manner the speaker will be requested to prepare a manuscript of his Effort for the use of the convention hereafter. Lion. J. A. Cunninghan of Boise Timothy Alfalfa red Clover red top Orchard grass Alsyne my Llafet. Keep the largest Stock of reliable grass and Garden seeds in the West. Bailey amp sons. 63 East 2nd South st. Salt Lake City. A or i go to g. Malm .1 i located on North main Street plac1�foot, �53as�o. Cleaning and repairing done with neatness anti dispatch. Silver Moon restaurant second door South of buntings. A. U. So a Arfons proprietor. This new restaurant has just been completely re fitted. Meals at All hours. Ice Cream oysters and game in season. To be convinced give us a trial sunday dinners a specially fresh bread five cents per loaf. Quick in effect heals and leaves no scar. Burning scaly skin eruptions quickly cured by do Ait to switch Hazel Salve applied to Burns scalds old sores it is magical in its effect. Always cures amp Greene druggists. Ferry a seeds perfect seeds grow Quot paying crops. Perfect seeds1 rare not grown by Chance. Nothe ing is Ever left to Chance in growing ferry a seed. Dealers see them everywhere. Write for ferry a seed annual for 1896. Brimful of valuable information about Best and newest seeds. Free by mail. A m. Ferry amp co. Detroit Mich. Cooper farm wagons fish farm and Spring wagons j. I. C. Sulky plows Utah sulky flows tricycle sulky plows red Bird sulky plows Canton clipped hand plow Case chilled plows six horse Road plows four horse Road plows Western drag steel scrapers columbian steel scrapers four horse Frisi Nole scrapers. Columbian Tongue scrapers Western reversible Road grader harness blankets Robes. It. 33. Trego. Campaign of 1896 in there will he a great Many issues in this year s Campaign confined to questions of interest to the people of this state one of the most important of which will be the vote on the constitutional amendment authorizing equal suffrage and every one will be interested in the full discussion of the subject. There will be another senatorial contest in which the preliminary sparring will As usual be the most interesting part also the different state conventions to chose delegates for st. Louis and Chicago and to name state tickets with the accompanying discussion of the advisability of fusion in no other paper will state questions and the news of the National Campaign combined be found Given As fully As in the Idaho statesman and if you decide to take any in addition to your. Home paper you should subscribe now for the twice a week statesman and Avail yourself of the following offer to a new subscribers we will Send you the statesman twice every week from now until after election november 15th for. One Dollar. Address statesman Boise. Idaho at bulls store a a a a a r2 sm5i4 a it a a a 5 41 4 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. .$1.0 1 Light Brown sugar 17. 1.u�o currants 14 pounds .1.00 matches 1g boxes for 25 cents. Raisins is a a 1.00 oat meal 25 pounds for one Dollar. Beans 21 a a 1.00 Best laundry soap 21 bars for 1.00 Fuji Tea 35c., 3 pounds .1.00 syrup in one gallon cans 70 cents. Green Tea 25c. 4 a a 1.00 syrup in kegs 1.50. Arbuckle Coffee 4 pounds 1.00 Candy 15 cts. Or 2 lbs. For 25 cents. Chewing tobaccos from 25 to 45 cts. All other goods just As cheap. 90 you see any reason Why you should not Trade where you can get j a o the most goods for your Money. Nobody kicks at the Low prices found Only at w. A bulls store. He. Logan make a specially of m because it is the Quick growing handsome Shade tree for this Region. They also grow the Lombardy Box elder Ash and other Shade Trees. An immense Stock of Apple and other fruit Trees. A paps us 1 Privet for orders by mail receive prompt attention John a Carlisle Logan
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