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9 May 1896

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9 May 1896

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Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - May 9, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoConference of prominent men. Washington d. C., May 3.�?sena tor Allison senator Quay National committeeman Fessenden of , National committeeman Clarkson of Iowa and other anti Mckinley men held a Lory conference this evening at senator Quay s Home. As the result an elaborate statement was Given out late to night through col. Clarkson. This statement declares that a a Mckinley will be Shorter of a majority 011 the first ballot at st. Louis than Blaire was in the emotional year of 1876, Grant in 18s0 or Sherman in 1888. When the latter in a Field of fourteen candidates voted for on the first ballot had 329 a the will not be nominated by acclamation a says col. Clarkson because i can say positively that Allison Quay and Morton will remain in the contest and so surely will Reed and i judge so will Bradley and Cullom Allison has not the least idea of withdrawing nor Iowa any idea of giving up the fight. I believe this is True of the other candidates and their states Mckinley trill fall from so to 100 votes Short of enough to nominate at the Start and the Field will represent from 525 to 550 votes. By the Field i mean Allison Reed Quay Bradley Morton and Cullom already suggested and such other available men As Harrison Lincoln Foraker Hobart Davis and Gen. Tracy of new the statement declares Gen. Gros vendors tables to be grossly inaccurate and proceeds a the counts practically All of Texas for Mckinley while Mckinley has at the most six votes in that state and three of them contested. He counts All the votes in Tennessee As instructed for Mckinley when in truth the Resolution of instructions was Sim a if a ply for the delegates to vote for Mckinley As Long As a majority of the delegates should deem it Wise and it is very doubtful if a majority of the delegates in that state Are for Mckinley. He claims Many votes in Louisiana where Mckinley has Oaly two and perhaps Only one. He claims Alabama practically solid while every seat in Alabama is contested. He claims All but live of Georgia while there Are conceded nine uncontested anti Mckinley delegates in that state and eight delegates contested. He claims twelve Iii South Carolina where every Delegate is contested. He claims Florida which has a double delegation and the Mckinley delegation elected by a min Prity of the votes of the state convention or an illegal body. He claims All the votes in the Mississippi while nine and perhaps twelve of the Legal delegates in that state Are against Mckinley. The result in Illinois has been exaggerated to Mckinley a Benefit and Grosvenor claims it As practically solid whereas it will take the first ballot at st. Louis to show whether it vill be a majority for Mckinley or a majority against him. Many More mistakes could be pointed out but these Are samples of the a Young Man in in Wabash called out to see a new girl and rang what he supposed was a door Bell for fifteen minutes Only to discover after All that it was Only a hinge to hang a screen door on. Kenedy cakes As Nice As any Home made. Soda Oyster and Boston butter crackers oat meal Fig Honey Lemon Vanilla and Coco Taffy wafers English fruit cake real lady fingers to Chanut macaroons brownies chocolate Walnut and Home made cookies and pretzels suitable for teas and lunches at d. H. Biethan a. Burns the absolutely painless when Dewitt switch a Hazel Salve is promptly applied. This statement is True. A perfect remedy for sin diseases chapped hands and lips and never fails to cure amp Greene. For Sale at a bargain. One Wagon four horses and harness All for $70.00 Cash at w. A. Bulls. Its All the same a slight cold congested lungs or severe cough. One minute cough cure banishes Hull amp Greene. For All cleaning purposes domes tic or mechanical removing scale from steam boilers making soap deodorizing the Kitchen sink or spraying purposes red Seal Lye. Being strictly pure it requires less than other kinds contains no Salt and packed in sifting top cans ask d. H. Biethan. New time table Washington i. C., May 2.�?congressman Wilson of South Carolina an enthusiastic Silverize and who will probably be a Delegate at Large from his state to the Chicago convention said to Day that he did not believe the action of Michigan would turn the tide against Silver. Or. Wilson has prepared the following table on the strength of Silver and Gold by states surely Silver. Alabama. .t1 22 Arkansas. 1c California. 18 Colorado. 8 Florida. 8 Georgia. 2g Idaho. Pii Nois .48 Indiana. 30 Kansas. 18 Kentucky. 26 Louisiana. 10 Mississippi. 18 Missouri. 34 Montana. 6 Nebraska. 10 Nevada. O North Carolina. North Dakota. 6 Ohio. 18 Oregon. 8 South Carolina. 18 South Dakota. 8 Tennessee 24 Texas. 30 Utah. 6 Virginia. 24 Washington 8 West Virginia. 13 Wyoming 6 Arizona territory 6 new Mexico ter. 6 Oklahoma ter. G diet of Columbia 4 no total.334 surely Gold. Connecticut. 12 Delaware. 16 Maine. J2 Maryland. 16 Massachusetts. 3u michigan., a. 30 new Hampshire 8 new Jersey 20 new York 72 Ohio. 12 Pennsylvania. Go Rhode Island. 8 Vermont. 8 total.294 probably Silver. Ohio. 1g Columbia 2 total�?18. Iowa. Minnesota probably Gold Wisconsin 24 total. G8 26 18 this menus 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. Wanted a reliable lady or gentleman to distribute samples and make a House to House canvass for our vegetable toilet soaps and pure Flavouring extracts. $40 to $75 a month easily made. Address Crofts amp Reed Chicago Illinois. It is not a Mircle. It wont cure everything but it will cure piles. That a what Dewittt switch Hazel Salve will do because it has done it in Hundred of amp Greene. Notice. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned George Phillips who was convicted of the crime of burglary at the March term 1894,of the District court in and for the county of Bingham state of Idaho and sentenced to imprisonment for three 3 years will petition the Board of pardons at their next regular meeting for Pardon. Geo. Phillips. Dated april 30th, 1890. Notice. U. S. Land office Blackfoot Idaho april 30th, 1896, i complaint having been entered at this office by James Hemming against Andrew w. Neas for abandoning his Homestead entry no 4415, dated March 19,1895. Upon the set of the Sej i and s�4 of the so a Section 10, township 5, North Range 30 East b. M., in Fremont county Idaho with a View to the cancellation of said entry the said parties Are hereby summoned to appear at the office of the Register and receiver Blackfoot Idaho on the 8th Day of june 1896, at 10 o clock a. In., to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment. Jno. G. Brown Register. Notice for publication desert entry a a. S. Land office. Blackfoot. Idaho May 5th, 1896. Notice is hereby Given that Lars Hansen of soda Springs Bannock county Idaho has tiled notice of intention to make proof on his desert land claim no. 1689, for the s a sw�4. Swj4 be of Section 22, in township 8 South of Range of 40 East b.m., containing 120 Aeres before the Register and receiver at Blackfoot Idaho on wednesday the 24th Day of Juno 1896. He names the following witnesses to prove the Complete irrigation and reclamation of said land George Williams John Williams Bancroft Bannock county Idaho William Harris Gentile Valley. Bannock county Idaho William Wochell soda Springs Bannock county Idaho. Jno. G. Brown Register. Notice for publication. Land office at Blackfoot Idaho t May 1, 1896. 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 he made before the Register and receiver at Blackfoot Idaho on the 17th Day of june 1896, Viz Joseph Juhn son for the a it i so i Section 27, township 4 South Range 32 East. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land Viz Peter Hanson Hanson b. Garletz Ephriam Johnson John a. Hanson All of Tilden Bingham county Idaho. Jno. G. Brown. Notice of assessment. Two hives saved mrs. Phoebe Thomas of Junction City 111., was told by her doctor she had consumption and that there was no Hope for her but two bottles of or. Kings new discovery completely cured her and she says it saved her life. Or. Thomas Eggers 139 Florida st., san Francisco suffered from a dreadful cold approaching consumption tried without result everything else then bought one bottle of or. Kings new discovery and in two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful. It is such results of which those Are samples that prove the wonderful Efficacy of this Medicine in coughs and colds. Free trial bottles at b. H. Fernish a drugstore. Regular size 50c. And $1. Blackfoot irrigation company. Location of principal place of business Bluc Kroot is hereby Given that at a meeting of the Board of trustees held on tuesday april 14tli, 1896, assessment no. 16 of fifty 50 cents per share was levied upon the capital Stock of their corporation payable to John Montgomery Secretary Corner East main and Idaho streets Blackfoot Idaho any Stock upon which this assessment shall be unpaid on tuesday the 19th Day of May 1396, will be delinquent and advertised for Sale at Public auction and unless payment is made before enough of each parcel of Stock will be sold on saturday the 6th Day of june 1896, to pay said assessment with Cost of and Tising and expense of sate. John Montgomery Secretary and treasurer Blackfoot irrigation company. Blackfoot Idaho april 15lh, 1895. Ruck Lens Garnica 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. South bound no. 8, mail and express a a 28, through freight. 30, local freight North bound 7, mail and express 29. Local freight 27, through freight no. �4 u 1 40, a. 1 55, a. 12 05, p. A 4 12, a. 8 35, a. 2 45, p. J. A. Collins agent. County directory sheriff h. auditor and recorder Geo. F. Gagon probate judge and supt. Schools. Fred treasurer g. G. Wright assessor and collector d. G. Crowley Coroner Surveyor dissolution notice. The co partnership heretofore existing Between the undersigned under the firm name of Beane Wall amp Hanna Ford is hereby dissolved by Mutual agreement. George l. Wall will collect All fees due the firm and pay All outstanding firm debts contracted by George l. Wall and George a. Hanna Ford. George l. Wall. George a. Hannaford. Frank w. Beane. Dated Blackfoot Ida., april 17, �?T96. $25.00 Reward. We offer a standing Reward of $25.09, for the apprehension of any person unlawfully tearing Down the Fence to pasture or to allow his cattle or horses to trespass on the i. O. O. F. Cemetery grounds. H. Woods Dan Raymond trustees a. D. Quantrell notice desert entry. U. Money al Bastine Wall finish i Eigene Wall finish at Ben ii. Fernish a. We have at present plenty of Money to is. Loan on Well a improved far a remake 1 your applications Farmer As soon As possible. a say amp co., Idaho Falls Ida. Timothy Alfa l f a red Clover red top Orchard grass. Alsyne Millet. A to up the largest Stock of reliable grass and Garden seeds in the West. Bailey amp sons. 63 East 2nd South st. Balt Lake City. Be names the following witnesses to prove his Complete irrigation and reclamation of said land Viz Fred Nelson Gustaf Nelson. Johannes Jensen John Johnson All of Basalt Idaho. Jno. G. Brown Register. Notice for publication. Land office at Blackfoot Idaho f March 25th, 1896. F notice is hereby Given that the following named settler has filed notice of her intention to make final proof in support of her claim and hat said proof will be made before the Register and receiver at Blackfoot. Idaho on May Lith 1696, Viz Jei sine Johannesen on desert entry no 2.154, for the new amp of Section 29, township 1 South Range 37 East. She names the following witnesses to prove her Complete irrigation and reclamation of said land Viz Fred Nelson Gustaf Nelson. Johannes Jensen. John Johnson ail of Basalt. Idaho. Jno. G. Brown Register. Commissioners George Hafer Frank Martin c. W. Berryman Isaac Ericson w. D. Huffaker lodges notice for publication. Timber culture entry u. S. Land office at Blackfoot Idaho 1 april 9th, 1896. \ notice is hereby Given that Robert Millen has filed notice of his intention to make final proof before the Register and receiver at their office in Blackfoot Idaho on wednesday the 20th Day of May 1898, on Timber culture application no. 354,for the of swj4, sv4 of Nwoji Section no. 33, in township no. 2 South Range no 36 East. He names As witnesses Henry w. Curtis George a Wall John Gray John a. Anderson ail of Blackfoot. Idaho. Jno. G. Brown Register. Herman a. Monsche masonic. Regular communications of Grove City Lodge u. D. A f. Amp a. Will be held at masonic Hall at 7 30 p. M., on the first and third saturdays of each month. All visiting Brothers in Good standing Are cordially invited. George l. Wall w. W. E. Hull Sec a. Golden Rule no. 24, i. O. O. F. Meets on thursday evening every week at 8 of clock in masonic Hall. Visiting Brothers Are cordially invited. A. E. Watson j. Stevens Sec a. N. G. Notice for publication. Land office at Blackfoot Idaho april 7th, 1890. 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 May 18th, 1896, Viz Walter 8. Shepard on a 2360 for the a Sevy Sec. 29, nth be Sec. 32. In twp. 1, South Range 37 East. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said Laud Viz Marshall Orr Sample h. Orr Blackfoot Bingham county Idaho Richard Dye William Stoddart Basalt Bingham county Idaho. Jno. W. Jones receiver. S. Land office Blackfoot Idaho f april 2dth. 1896. F complaint having been entered at this office by act pm Sauer against Harrison of Leub bin Assignee of Oscar Mckee for failure to comply with Law As to desert land entry no. 1528, dated june 16. 1891, upon the ev4 Neh Section 19, and base a Section 18, township 3 North Range 38 East in Bingham county Idaho with a View to the cancellation of said entry contestant alleging that the said Leub Hin As said Assignee has not submitted his third yearly proof on said entry As required by Law for is he a resident of the state of Idaho. The said parties Are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 13th da3t of june 1896, at 10 of clock a. In., to respond and furnish testimony failure. Jno. G. Brown Register. Notice for publication. Land office at Blackfoot Idaho i april 28th, 1896. 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 Jefne 9th. 1896, Viz James Davis Homestead entry no. 2403, for these i Neh no sev4, and be amp swamp Section 4, twp.5 South Range 42 East. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land Viz William h. Edwards Evan Mcpherson Donald Tolanie William barely All of Chub Springs Idaho. Jno. G. Brown Register. Notice. U. S. Land office Blackfoot Idaho i March 21, 1896. F complaint having been entered at this office by Judson c. Welch against Horace Monroe Porter for abandoning his Homestead entry no. 4324, dated october 30, 1894, upon the sw1, lot 4, Sec. 30, and lots 1 and 2, Section 31, township 4 South Range 33 East in Bingham county Idaho with a View to the cancellation of said entry the said parties Are hereby summoned to appear at Blackfoot Idaho on the Lith du3 of May 1896, at 10 of clock a. In. To respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment. Jno g. Brown Register. Cites. S. Wilkes atty for contestant. George h. Thomas Post no. 9, g. A. R., holds regular meetings on the first tuesday night of each month at the masonic Hail in Blaek foot at 7 Oclock. All comrades in Good standing Are requested to be present. J. Fisher commander. J. P. Porter adjutant. United states land office. Office hours 9 00 a. Till 4 00 p. g. Brown w. Jones Post office hours week Days. 8 00 a. To 7 00 p. Sundays.9 00 to 11 00 a. E. S. Stevens p. Churches methodist Rev j. A Yost pastor. Preaching every sunday morning at 11 of clock and evening at 7 30 of clock. Prayer meeting wednesday evening ai7 30 of clock. Sunday school sunday afternoon from 3 till 4 of clock. Epworth league prayer meeting sunday at 6 o clock p. St Paul a protestant episcopal Robt. Fugard missionary. Services every sunday morning at 11 of clock a. Evening 730 of clock . Holy communion first and third sundays of each month. Sunday school 3 00 p. Guild meeting every wednesday at 2 00 p. Pews free. All cordially invited. All Public collections Baptist Rev. . Baker pastor. Preaching every sunday morning at 11 of clock and in evening at 7 30 of clock. Prayer meeting wednesday evening at 7 3u of clock. Sunday school sunday trom 3 until 4 p. Notice for publication. U. S. Land office Blackfoot Idaho. I March 25,1896. 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 May Lith 1896, Viz Jorgen j. Johannesen on desert entry no. 1877, for the a wac of Jwj of Section 29, township 1 South Range 37 notice for publication. Land office at Blackfoot. Idaho april 9th, 1896 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 May 16th, 1896. Viz Denmark Jensen on h. E. No. 2347, for the Shne amp be nwj4 and a wac Seq Section i twp. 6 South Range 40 East. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land Viz Heber 0. Loveland Judson a Tolman James h. Davids Carlos Loveland All of Chesterfield Idaho. Jno. G. Brown Register. Coal Coal Coal the undersigned having been Given the Agency at Black foot vill keep constantly on hand Coal in quantities to till All orders. If you want Colorado hard Coal if you want the celebrated Pennsylvania Anthracite or the popular clock Springs Lump Coal vote can get it the Day ordered. Save your orders for me. A a. Wood in. Blackfoot Idaho oct 17th, 1895. Notice for publication. Desert entry u. S. Land office Blackfoot Idaho april 13th, 1896. F notice is hereby Given that Isabella Johnson of Blackfoot Idaho has filed notice of intention to make proof on her desert land claim no. 1512, for then of Seh Section 6 twp. 3 South Range 36 e., before the Register and receiver at Blackfoot Idaho on monday the 25th Day of May 1896. She names the following witnesses to prove the Complete irrigation and reclamation of said land John a. Anderson William r. Johnson George l. Wall Peter j. Johnson All of Blackfoot Idaho Jno. G. Brown Register. R watchmaker amp jeweler a 9 a does All kinds of repairing All work warranted. Prices reasonable office in Curtis hardware store. The Blackfoot Houston and Challis one thousand tablets at All prices at Ben h. Fernish a just received. Its just As easy to try one minute cough cure anything else. Its easier to cure a severe cough or cold with it. Let your next Purchase for a cough be one minute cough cure. Better Medicine better result better try amp Greene notice for publication. Land office at Blackfoot. Idaho March 25th, 1896, f notice is hereby Given that the following named settler has filed notice of her intention to make final proof in support of her claim and that said proof will to made before the Register and receiver at Blackfoot Idaho on May Lith 1896 Viz Jensine Johannesen Assignee of George ,on desert entry no. 2117, for the nej4 of swj4 of Section 29, township 1 South Range 37 East. She names the following witness of to prove her Complete irrigation and reclamation of said land Viz Fred Nelson Gutaf Nelson Johannes Jensen John Johnson aloof Basalt. Idaho. Jno. G. Brown Register. Alma dealer in ids i s strings and trimmings. Orchestra and band music Sheet music and and music books largest Stock in Idaho also Fine watches and jewelry stationery books Blank books and school books cutlery notions confections tobacco cigars machine Needles Etc. Agent tor the Newman Brothers organs. Idaho Falls Idaho fast to pee pest service to Chicago Milwaukee st. Paul and Minneapolis. Via Chicago Milwaukee amp st. Paul railway. Alex Mitchell com. Agent. Saif Lake City Utah. For Pacific coast news reap time san Francisco Call a great newspaper a it Speaks for daily by mail weekly Call $1.50 per year. Sample copies on application. Chas. Shortridge 710 Market st., pro. San Francisco Cal. Notice for publication. Land office at Blackfoot Idaho april 28th, lb9s. F notice is hereby Given that the following named settlers 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 june9th, 1896, Viz William ii. Edwards Homestead entry no. 2392, for the svy Neli and sys a Wjt Section 5, twp. 5 South Range 42 East. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land Viz James Davis Evan Mcpherson James Hatier Donald Polinie All of Chub Springs Idaho. Jno. G. Brown Register. Take a dose of Dewitt s Little Early risers just for the Good they will do you. These Little pills Are Good for indigestion Good for headache Good for liver complaint Good for constipation. They Are amp Greene. Do Well amp pea Sony pegs. The cheapest the shortest and most direct route Between the North East and West and the Points named. Carrying mail passengers and express leaves Blackfoot daily at 6 a. For the big lost River mines Houston. Challis Bonanza Clayton Custer Aetna and Bay horse. Passengers Are carried in first class four horse coaches on mondays wednesdays and fridays. Their Small stages will ran As usual. The travelling Public and shippers May govern themselves accordingly. Eating houses on the line Are unsurpassed for further information apply to f. W. Vogler agent Blackfoot. To time East West North South Tare time Union Pacific solid Vestibule trains. Free chair cars the great through car Lioe to Chicago operating through cars to Chicago via. Council Bluffs and c. Amp n. W. By. Chicago or st. Louis via. Kansas City c. A a. Portland via o. Amp n. ., also to san Francisco los Angeles and fort Worth. Pullman Palace sleepers Pullman col1nist sleepers Pullman dining cars. Zentsch Light steam heat Union depots dining cars and lunch counters All along the line managed by the hotel department. For maps time tables pamphlets descriptive of territory traversed by the Union Pacific system apply to j. A. Collins at. Blackfoot. Idaho. D. E. Burley Gen. Agt., Salt Lake City. E. Dickinson Omaha neb. E. L. Lomax Gen. Manager. Gen. P amp t at doctor . Shores Complete Catarrh ure. Both local and internal. a the Only remedy guaranteed to absolutely cure Catarrh and completely eradicate the disease trom the blood and system. Full size $1.00 trial size 25c. Each full size package contains one full months local treatment one full month s Supply of Catarrh Healing Balm and one full months Supply of Catarrh blood and stomach pills. If you have Catarrh asthma bronchitis Hay fever or any complicated affection of the nose Throat bronchial tubes or lungs. Doctor shores Complete Catarrh cure will give instant Relief and completely and permanently cure you. If the bowels Are constipated take one of or. G. W. Shores Anli const pation pills at bedtime. If you trouble is chronic and deep seated write or. G. W. Shores personally for his new symptom list and have your Case diagnosed and get expert advice free. Or. G. W. Shores tonic and blood purifier cleanses and purifies the blood gives strength and vigor cures dyspepsia and All nervous diseases Price $1 per bottle. Or. G. W. 5hores" kidney and liver cure cures All diseases of the kidneys Over and bladder. Price to per bottle. Or. G. W. Shore a cough cure rules All coughs colds and bronchial affections. One dose will Stop spasmodic croup. Keep a bottle in the House. Large size bottles 25c. Or. O. W. Shores Mountain Sage Oil stops the worst pain in one minute. For headache Toothache neuralgia cramps or Colic use it externally and internally. Prevents and cures diphtheria if omd a time. Keep a bottle Handy. Price 25c a bottle. Or g. W. Shores pepsin Verm Fuge destroys intestinal Worms and removes the Little round nest where they Hatch and Breed. It never fails. Price 25c a Botte. Or. G w. Shores Wintergreen Salve cures All diseases of the skin. Removes red spots and Black pimples from the face. Heals old sores in 5to5days, Price 25 a Box. Or. G. W shores Antl constipation Pilla cures chronic constipation sick headache and bilious attacks. Price 25c a bottle. These famous remedies Are prepared Only by doctor g. W shores a is medical Institute Salt Lake City Utah. Sold by Hull amp Greene. U 0b printing promptly done at the news office

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