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Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - March 21, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoVol. 9.Blackfoot, Bingham county Idaho saturday March 21, 1896. No. 43 the news condensed. Bannock county court begins next monday. This fact gave momentum to court business this week at Blackfoot. The Man who tells you that governor Mcconnell is sleeping with his political Eye shut is talking through his hat. Deputy u. S. Marshal Billy Woodin left on thursdays stage for Challis. I when he returns he will have company. A Dan Church has been nominated by the republicans of Pocatello for mayor at the coming april election. Prof. Titus has been under medical care this week. Tuesday he was too unwell to go into the schoolroom. The Menan dramatic association will play a the false friend5�?T at the opera House this Friday evening. The annual Ball st. Patrick a evening was Given at the opera House and while the attendance was not Large All had a Good time. Perry j. Anson formerly of Blackfoot is running a hotel at Mercur Utah and making big Money. His regular daily boarders number Over 200. Attorney Reeves returned to Pocatello thursday afternoon to be at the bedside of his Little ones who Are sick with measles. Or. Beane of Pocatello is visiting in the East. Before his return he will spend some Days at Washington d. C. The Republican committee has provided for 249 delegates to its convention this year. This will make the largest Ever held in the state. Hon. C. B. Wheeler general manager for c. Bunting amp co., did business at the Falls wednesday afternoon. As we go to press there Are some indications that Idaho is not without Mckinley followers and Mac is not a Silver Man of the 16 to 1 Type. A Pocatello party was up first of the week looking Over the Field with a View of going into business in our growing town. Mrs. Billy Woodin added 17 Little Frame chickens to her Stock on hand st. Patrick a Day and my wont they be fighters i Boise City slate builders for senatorial honors give a prominent place to judge Beatty a name. The news believes its All talk. Judge Richards District is talking him for governor. Possibly some aspiring attorneys want to remove him and slip into his shoes. Miss Matthews daughter of postmaster Matthews of lost River spent monday in the Grove City. See the new line of Spring capes. Examine the dutchess of Marlborough Corset 65c., elegant Globe Corset $1.25, at Biethan a. You can weigh on the Diamond Scales for 10 cents perfectly True and Correct. John Montgomery. Hon. Sam h. Hays a prominent attorney of Boise and the chairman of the democratic state Central committee spent tuesday in Blackfoot on court business. Somebody at Boise has a spite at judge Richards. A month ago he was to resign no Lens Volens now he is to be governor anyway you can fix it. Beatty for the Senate Richards for governor and Standrod for the supreme judge. What a Streak of Good Luck is in store for Idaho judges tuesday was a Good Day for Saint Patrick in Blackfoot and everything was Lovely. William Lindsay Junior member of the firm of Lindsay amp co., of Idaho Falls and miss Effie daughter of judge h. A Rogers were married tuesday evening March 17th, the Moreland dramatic club played a the heroic dutchman at the opera House Blackfoot wednesday evening. The audience was not very Large but All who attended report an evening of Jolly fun. Work is progressing nicely on the reservation canal. Bill Matthews a master Workman in the line of canal construction has a contract in the Vicinity of Basalt and is pushing his work rapidly towards Blackfoot River. Editor Wallis of the Paris Post paid us a fraternal Call thursday. Or. Wallis is attending court and has been admitted to practice As an attorney in the courts of the District. Congratulations sincere and honest for you brother publisher. Judge Shoemaker still lingers near deaths door. Several times during the past week he was thought to be dying. But would rally and cach a new Victory for Peoples canal co or. Bunting received a Telegram today March 20th, from senator Dubois As did also Geo Wall from col. Hanna Ford saying the commissioner had rejected the states application of land on the West Side under the Cary act which is a Complete Victory for the Peoples canal company. District court. Mrs. Charlie Hart gave a progressive High five party to a few invited friends in Honor of miss Kehoe of Rockland thursday evening. Those present were misses Kehoe Wheeler Sill Fife Jones and fowlers and messes Brown Jenkins Hartegan Collins Jones and Poynter. Miss Jones won the first lady a prize a Beautiful aluminium Ink stand or. Brown won the gentleman a first prize a handsome blotter miss Fowler the lady a Booby prize a pin Cushion and or. Hartegan the gentleman a Booby prize a Large top. After the game Dainty refreshments were served. Everyone who was present speak highly of the pleasures of the evening. From editor Wallis of the Paris Post who arrived in Blackfoot thursday morning we learn the following while at Weiser wednesday judge w. B. Heyburn received a Telegram from Wardner informing him that the Union troubles in the Coeur do Alene country had broken out anew and that on that morning the mob had totally destroyed by fire the Tiger and poor Many a property and that there had been gun fighting Between the Lawless element and the officers. The property destroyed is valued at $750,000. The electric Plant in the poor Many a mine is said to have been the Best in existence. Only 30 Days ago a 45,000 pump had been put in the poor Many a mine. Judge Heyburn left at once for the scene of trouble. The quickest on record. Bunting amp co. Received this week a car Load of wagons from Chicago. The car was billed and left that City on the 12th inst., and reached Blackfoot the 17th at 2 55 p. M., making the trip in less than five Days. Five years ago passenger trains did not make the run in less time. Case r the time items from it. Hall. School and everything is moving along nicely All quiet on the Potomac. Farmer Bumgarner is quite Busy fertilizing the Fields and de Horning oxen. Rev Yost from the Grove City preached a very Able Sermon to the children and the employees the 12th inst. He had the undivided attention of All from the beginning to the last. The advice he gave to the children was Good and touched them on Many Points. A Surprise was Given agent Teter this week by the larger girls who presented him with a watch guard made from their hair As an appreciation of his services not to be forgotten. The Surprise was Complete. Or. Teter accepted the present in a very neat speech and said that he prize it Yery highly would keep it As Long As he lived in remembrance of them. He congratulated the girls on the Good work they were doing at the school and trusted that they always would be Good. Address it. Haul school Idaho March 17th, 1896. \ Hon. Thos. B. Teter u. A Indian agent it. Hall Agency Ross Fork Idaho. Dear sir a we the girls of the fort Hail training school deem it fit and seemly to express the warm Friendship we have Long Felt for you. For All the Good work you have done for us we can never repay. We Hope you will accept this watch Chain made from our hair. It is intended to express our gratitude to you As one who has Laboured faithfully in our interest. Teterus reply girls i accept your present i value it very highly. I will keep this As Long As i live in remembrance of you. I am glad to know of the Good Progress that you Are making at the school. Trust that you and i will always be friends. Pickaway. Buy your Blue Stone at Ben Fernish a. Get in your grass seed for your lawns before the Spring showers come. Good dried peaches apples or raisins. 5 cents per Pound at bulls. Idaho Falls had a Large delegation at court this week some interested parties some witnesses and some jurors. Or. Ellison from Gray a Lake country reports More Snow in his Section than last year he says it is at least a foot deeper now than at the 20th of 1 last March. A week full of business most of the cases disposed of and stricken from the docket. Judge Standrod had a Busy week with his Bingham county court but with his usual dispatch in disposing of cases he did much in Clearing the docket. The following attorneys were in at Tendance at this term of court Hawley and Hays Boise Bagley Chalmers and Budge Montpelier Gunnell Ogden Reeves Terrell and Winters Pocatello j. De Smith w. T. Smith Holman and Hasbrouck of Idaho Falls the following is taken from the record of proceedings monday. Armour Bros. Banking co. Is. J. H. Holmes it for the term. E. P. Sweet appointed court Bailiff. Z. C. I. Is. W. H. Rowe judgment for plaintiff for $5915.80 $200 attorney fees and costs. Simon Bros. Is. A a. Jenner judgment for plaintiff for $850 and $8.75 costs. Volney c. Gunnell admitted to practice As an attorney in this court. Xavier Moedl admitted to citizenship. We. Winchell and Frank of Niel is. Union mining and milling argued and taken under advisement. D. F. Kehlert an insolvent debtor. State of Idaho is. Geo. Robertson and Louis Oppenheimer pleaded guilty to charge of breaking jail. State of Idaho is. Henry Schartz dismissed. W. S. Jackson is. C. W. Ramsey judgment for plaintiff for $1 each to pay own costs. Kate e. Jenne to become a sole trader continued. S. F. Taylor is. Union mining and milling at plaintiff s Cost. Frank w. Beane is. John w. Givens demurrer argued and taken under advisement. James Welch is. John Garrett motion for continuance. Tuesday. State of Idaho is. Louis Elgy jury trial verdict without leaving seats not guilty. Geo. A. Lowe is. R. L. By been dismissed. Charles s. Dixon is. Nellie Dixon continued. State of Idaho is. Frank h. Matthews dismissed. Agnes Wright is. Edwin f. Wright a divorce granted. Plaintiff awarded custody of children $40 per month Alimony and $50 attorneys fee. State of Idaho is. Albert Crofts dismissed. Geo. Monroe is. We. Kirkpatrick a verdict for plaintiff for $49.50 and interest at 10 per cent from april 1st, 1892. State of Idaho is. Board trustees Idaho Falls argued and taken under advisement. Wednesday. Aaron Olson admitted to citizenship. We. Arave is. Idaho canal judgment for the plaintiff in the sum of $375. Elizabeth Wilson is. Barlow Wilson a divorce granted and plaintiff Given half of the property. Thursday. State of Idaho is. Sidney Larkins this Case is in Progress of trial As we go to press. Larkins is being tried for the killing of Josie Hill at Idaho Falls some months ago. From its very nature it is attracting More attention than any Case which has been before the court. Judge Standrod will not be Able to Clear his docket this week and it is thought now that he will hold an adjourned term later on in the Spring. Economy in food. Some recent reports by state chemists and boards of health give valuable information upon this subject. Not Long ago or. Thom state Dairy and food commissioner of Wisconsin published the names of a Large number of baking powders which the state chemist prof Short had Analysed showing their ingredients and strength. The result of the tests showed the Royal of the purest and highest of strength which Means that it makes the most economical food. Prof. Floyd Davis chemist to the state Board of health of Iowa made a similar examination. His report after giving the names and relative strength and composition of the different powders says a the result shows that the Royal has the highest Leavening Power of any powder examined and is composed of pure and wholesome ingredients Well mixed and of a character perfectly proper for use. No other powder gave results so prof. C. W. Drew chemist to the Minnesota state food and Dairy commission says that the a Royal a being of greater strength than any other and possessing better keeping qualities it is the natural conclusion that it �3 the Best baking powder made. These Are very great compliments for the Royal baking powder for the authorities Are the highest in their respective states and unimpeachable. Republican committee meeting. The state Republican committee met at Weiser tuesday afternoon March 17th, and selected places for conventions and fixed the time of meeting. Pocatello was selected for the first convention May 20th, and Boise for the nominating convention August 26th. The apportionment of delegates was made on the basis of one Delegate for each 100 of the total vote for governor. Returning delegates report a harmonious meeting but the fight Between Moscow and Boise evidently ruffled the surface of the Waters and raised a few White Caps which will be seen along the Shore later in the Campaign. Special rates. To Boise for the immigration Congress april 2nd, rate of one fare for the round trip. Selling Date april 1st, limited to return a pril 8th. To Boise on account of organization of order of elks March 19th. Rate full fare going one fifth returning providing 50 or More Are in attendance who have paid full fare going. If this number of tickets has not been purchased one half fare returning will be allowed. For the Madam Tavary opera company at Pocatello March 25th, a rate of one fare for the round trip will be made. Good going March 25th, returning March 26th. Sixty sixth annual conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints april 4th, 5th and 6th, at Salt Lake. Rate of $7.40 for the round trip from Blackfoot. Selling dates april 2nd to 6th inclusive Good returning until april 15th. Annual meeting Southeastern teachers association at Idaho Falls March 27th and 28th. Rate of one and one fifth fare certificate plan for the Sale of tickets from All Points in Idaho. The one fifth returning is conditional upon the Purchase of fifty or More tickets for the going trip at regular fare if less than that number Are sold at this rate the charge for tickets returning will be one half fare. Same to be limited to ten Days from Date of Purchase of the going ticket. Arrangements have been made to run a train for the accommodation of those who wish to attend the opera at Pocatello March 25th. For All cleaning purposes Domestic or mechanical removing scale from steam boilers making soap deodorizing the Kitchen sink or spraying purposes. Real Seal Lye. Being strictly pure it requires less than other kinds contains no Salt and packed in sifting top cans ask a h. Biethan. Fresh soda Pearl Oyster Lemon snap lady Finger fruit biscuit Cracker. Full Cream cheese horse radish strained Honey at Biethan a. Green apples $1.25 per Box at bulls. This Means you. A lady is known by the shoes she wears. A proof of her ability to buy Good shoes is shown when she buys Stern Auer amp cons $2.50 shoes manufactured in Cincinnati Ohio and Are for Sale by d. H. Biethan Only. These shoes Cost no More than Ordinary kinds but will outwear several pair of cheap ones. To the people of Southeastern Idaho 1c acc mate that oar lines will embrace scr inc Siu l dry goods clothing hats p a Ings. Staple and fancy Gro Ceries Queens Are harness and harness mings flows harrows scrapers Bain and Schut Ler wagons barbed wire a and in fact everything usually carried in argeneral Stock. C. Bunting amp company. Are you troubled with a sold ? Callon us we have on hand the following cough syrups Kings new discovery Shiloh a cough cure chamberlains cough cure Ayers Cherry pectoral i ii a Williw notice to stockholders. Notice is hereby Given to the stockholders of the Peoples canal that a meeting will be held March 28th, 1896, in the Moreland meeting House for the purpose of continuing the business of the last meeting. Chas. P. Swendsen secy. Compound syrup of tar also any other Patent medicines stationery perfumery tobacco pipes cigars Etc go Wisest sandies in the sity. Physicians prescriptions carefully compounded Day or night. Strict attention to mail orders. Benh Fernish druggist of al 1 a rfcs \ v 4 ,. 4 a w a Blackfoot Idaho. customers a have received a pig Pari of my Spring dry goods the markets. Corrected every thursday evening eggs per dozen. Lard per Pound. Butter per Pound. La a Beans per Pound. Apples dried per Pound. Apples per Box. Oranges per dozen. Bananas per dozen. Flour per 50 @ Oats per Hundred. Wheat per Hundred. A italia seed per Pound. Chickens live per Pound. 07 a fresh oysters per can. Honey per Pound. Potatoes per Hundred. Cabbage per Pound a. Hogs live per Hundred. Hogs dressed per Hundred. Beef on foot steers per Hundred. Beef on foot cows per Hundred. Hides Green per Hundred. Hay per ton. 324 124 20 06 8>� i 35 50 50 i 75 1 25 75 08 08 50 10 50 04 3 00 4 00 2 00 3 00 4 00 4 00 which Are now open for your inspection consisting of everything in the line of the very latest fabrics and patterns in All kinds of Wash goods Spring dress goods in single dress patterns laces braids insertions Etc. A w a once More to Call your attention 1 h Lili 1 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 Yon have not tried them do so and be convinced. I have just received a new line of boys suits and would like to have you inspect them for Price and Quality. Pew Irmil l have received a new lot of the cel Lici Ulmido berated Florsheim a new Fine shoes in Kangaroo Cordovan and calf in the different Width. Come and look at them see our menus s5.qo they Are a Corker so As All oar new Saits Are. A new line of neckwear. Blackfoot Idaho

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