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Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - May 9, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoThe Blackfoot nevus published every saturday. Percy Jones publisher. Terms of subscription one year.$3.00 six month. 1.50 three month75 Addor timing rate furnished of application. Entered at the Post office at Blackfoot Idaho for transmission As second class mail matter Blackfoot. Idaho May 9, 1896. Professional cards William h. Behle physician and surgeon. Office on main st., second door South of c. Buntings open from 10 00 to 12 00 and from 1 00 to 4 00. Residence one Block East of u. P. Depot. Blackfoot Idaho. George l. Wall land Hilor Nej. Real estate Ami insurance agent. Contests a specially. If Stoice next door to u. S. Land office. Blackfoot Idaho. H. Grimmett attorney at Law Blackfoot Idaho. Stewart amp Dietrich attorneys at Law Plack foot Idaho. J. M. Stevens stenographer in office. J h bean assistant surgeon u. P. Railway. Pocatello Idaho. A Quot telegraphic communication promptly to tended to. Insure your buildings against fire with f. W. V06ler, Pioneer insurance at. Of Bingham county. He represents five of the Best fire companies also the new York life ins. Co John a. Quillin Carpenter a and ply a per. Quot plans specifications and Estl mates Given on application. Blackfoot Idaho. Silver Moon restaurant second door South of buntings. A. A Simmons 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. Our weekly budget. Biscuit and manuf g co. Successors to Utah Cracker factory. Manufacturers of the celebrated Silver Brand of Fine crackers. These goods Are sold by All the wholesale grocers in Utah. Send in your orders. 442 South second West Street Salt Lake City Utah. Busy people have no time and sensible people have no inclination to use a slow remedy. One minute cough cure acts promptly and gives permanent amp Greene. It has been storming for ten Days in Bear Lake county. Fred w. Vogler is visiting Zion a few Days of this week. The Republican county convention meets at Idaho Falls to Day. The populist state Central committee will meet at Boise 26th of May. Emmett Gallagher of Pocatello passed through Blackfoot wednesday in route to Challis Custer county. G. W. Powell of lost River is building a Large Stone store building at the stage station near his Home. The contract for carrying the mail from Challis to yellow jacket has been let to Charles Dewitt of Challis. The free delivery mail service at Boise is to be increased and extra carriers employed. Prof. A. D. Martin formerly principal of the Blackfoot school came Down from the Falls on a visit saturday. Or. And mrs. Gil Fletcher of st. Anthony came Down last Friday to make proof on a desert entry. The entire Blackfoot delegation will attend the county convention at Idaho Falls to Day. Attorney general Parsons holds that the Nez Perce indians Are subject to personal property and poll taxes. Snake River is beginning to feel the return of warm weather and is a looking done to talk polities with a Man who grows personal and abusive. He May insult you and you cannot insult him. The streets this week made a Strong Appeal to the Public spirited men of Blackfoot to build Plank sidewalks. Judge Standrod will hear arguments in the Sid Larkins Appeal Case at Pocatello to Day Friday. Or. Givens and family Are coming West in june. Little Ernest Kirkpatrick presented this office monday with a hens egg measuring 64 inches around and 71 around the Long Way. This is the time and the season when every Loafer knows How politics should be run and who should be elected to office the dead Trees in the Odd Fellows cemetery make mute appeals to the order to Supply their places with living ones. It can be done it ought to be done. Judge Standrod came up from Pocatello tuesday and disposed of several cases in Chambers before returning Home. Charlie Brooks has resigned As clerk in the land office and accepted a position with j. M. Bennett superintendent of Bridges Pocatello. The state Normal school at Albion will have two graduates this year. Big preparations Are being made for the coming commencement. For a real Good smoke take the Spanish banker. Hull amp Greene. D. H. Biethan says he Sells harness and saddles cheaper than anyone. The experimental station weather Bureau at Idaho Falls is about to lock its drawers because of Lack of funds to keep an observer on the look out. A Friend writing us from Hailey says it has been raining consecutively for ten Days and it has rained every sunday for six weeks. All same a a la Twenty special agents of the general land office Are to be suspended from May 16 to june 30th, on account of an inadequate appropriation to meet expenses. Charlie Berryman returned Home from an Eastern College wednesday morning. Fie is in excellent health notwithstanding his hard study and close application during the session. Murray Winn formerly of Pocatello but late of cripple Creek died in a Denver Hospital a few Days ago from Burns received in the last great fire at that mining Camp. Geo. H. Thomas Post no. 9, g. A. R., will attend memorial services at the m. E. Church Blackfoot on May 24th, at 11 of clock a. M. All old soldiers invited. By order of committee. Awarded highest honors worlds fair or we might Tell you More about one minute cough cure but you probably know that it cures a cough. Everyone does who has used it. It is a perfect remedy for coughs colds hoarseness. It is an Especial favorite for children being pleasant to take and Quick in Cream most perfect made. A pure grape Cream of tartar powder. Free from ammonia Alum or any other adulterants. 40 years the Standard attorney j. A. Bagley came Over tuesday morning from Montpelier to look after a contest Case pending in the u. S. Land office. Or. Steeley of Pocatello has been rendering medical services at fort Hall Indian school in the absence of or. Swearinger of the Puyallup reservation the newly appointed physician in charge. Fort Hall Indian school has increased its working Force by adding to its list of employees a practical Gardener. The Man sent to fill the place is from Oklahoma and reached Blackfoot monday morning. Governor Mcconnell is reminded of the old Nursery adage a while the cats away mice come out to while the governor was in san Francisco his county primaries went against him. Tuesday morning came in with an Inch of the a a Beautiful on the ground and flakes Fulling As rapidly As if for a midwinter storm. But they were soon converted into tears on the Cheek of Mother Earth and then were wiped away. Done to talk politics with a Man who claims to be absolutely pure and clean himself and knows of something d wrong in everybody else. Such a Man is too pure to live he ought to be translated. Clerk r. My Betti of the fort Hall Agency waived an examination before judge Stevens monday on charge of an assault with a deadly weapon and was held in a Bond of $500, to the next grand jury. The Bond was promptly Given and or. Mcbeth returned to the Agency. The following Are the Blackfoot delegates to the Republican county convention at Idaho Falls May 9th, 1896 h. W. Kiefer Geo. F. Gagon Dan a Raymond b. W. Holbrook e. P. Sweet Geo. L. Wall John Gray h. Curtis e. A. Johnson. Will necessarily bring up for discussion the advisability of retaining the unit Rule. In every convention in which a spirited fight has occurred the unit Rule has been threatened. If party discipline is maintained in 1896, the delegates to the Chicago convention will have to display a surprising amount of party loyalty. There will be in almost every delegation politicians whose interests will be advanced by a sectional division of the party. The conservative delegates will have a difficult role to . Yellon jacket sold. Chicago May 2.�?a special to the times Herald from new York says the Sale of the yellow jacket Gold mine of Rellow jacket Lemhi county Idaho to a Syndicate representing $5,000,000, has just been concluded in this City. It is one of the most important mining deals that has taken place in new York in recent years. The Cash Transfer is $1,000,000. Burdette s advice. Bob Burdette gives Good advice As follows there Are Young men who do not work my son. But the world is not proud of them. It does not know their names even it simply Speaks of them As old so and sons boys. Nobody likes them nobody hates them the great Busy world does no to even know they Are there. So find out what you want to be and do son and take off your coat and make a dust in the world. The busier you Are the less Devi try you will get into the sweeter will be your sleep the brighter and happier your holidays and the better satisfied will the world be with a strike in the Delamar. The miners Union organized Here a fortnight since made a demand upon the manager of the Delamar company that their wages be restored to the amount paid them before the Cut was made nearly two years ago. To this demand the manager courteously replied that he being Only an agent of the company could not comply with their request without authority from the company. Upon receipt of this reply the Union notified him that the men would go out upon the first of May. All so far has been conducted in a very quiet and orderly manner and there seems to be Little or no apprehension that there will be trouble. The miners declare that no disturbance will be tolerated by Delamar Nugget. A close fight. Although the Silver men have car ried four More democratic conventions than their opponents the friends of the administration have a majority of the delegates so far elected. Pennsylvania alone has two thirds As Many delegates in the National convention As the seven states which have up to this time declared for 16 to 1 coinage. If Missouri be taken from the list of Silver states the Pennsylvania delegation Cau out vote the remaining six states. The larger states will with the possible exception of Illinois Send a majority of sound Money men to Chicago. With the enforcement of the unit Rule new York Pennsylvania and Ohio will have 182 votes in the National convention. Instead of being a lifeless convention the democratic gathering gives Promise of an abundance of excitement. Out of the bitter currency fight has been developed opposition to All the convention precedents of the past sixty years. Whether the Gold or Silver men have a majority in the convention a determined Effort will be made to abolish the two thirds Rule. The More Radical delegates or either Side will insist upon a candidate in Harmony with the platform. The abolition of the two thirds Rule old people. Old people who require Medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will find the True remedy in electric bitters. This Medicine does not stimulate and contains no whiskey nor other intoxicant but acts As a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels adding strength and giving tone to the organs thereby aiding nature in the performance of the functions. Electric bitters is an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old people find it exactly what they need. Price fifty cents per bottle at b. H. Fernish she a drugstore. It is said that a new Jersey girl wore 20 garters at her wedding. It strikes us that was a sort of a out of sight extravagance something new All kinds of cakes at Biethan a. See the list in an other part of this paper. Ranch for Sale. The Spencer ranch West Side Snake River seven Miles from Blackfoot con tinning 812 acres with improvements for Sale on Good and easy terms. Will sell in a body or in 2040, 80 or 160-acre, lots to suit purchasers. This is a great bargain for somebody. A sufficient water right will be furnished with each tract sold to meet the requirements for irrigating purposes. Apply to or address. Or. W. H. Behle. Blackfoot Idaho. Buy your Blue Stone at Ben Fernish a. A Little ill then a Little Pill. The ill is gone the Pill has won. Dewitt a Little Early risers the Little pills that cure great amp Greene. Creditors notice. All persons knowing themselves to he indebted to me on account or past due notes will please Call promptly and make settlement. All slow accounts will be placed in the hands of an attorney for collection. A d. Trego. Teachers examination. Notice is hereby Given that an examination of applicants for teachers certificates in Bingham county state of Idaho will be held at the court House in the town of Blackfoot in said county beginning at 9 of clock a. M. Of Friday and saturday May 15th and 16th, 1896. Fred s. Stevens county supt. Of Public instruction. Blackfoot Idaho april 21st, 1896. General repair shop. The undersigned has opened a general repair shop on w. A. Wooding Slot East of the court House. He will repair bicycles sewing machines furniture Etc. Will upholster chairs and lounges will mend boots and shoes and will make harness collars and saddles. In fact will do a general repairing business. Try me with what you want mended. I am an experienced and practical veterinary. Rasmus Neilson. Hay for Sale. The undersigned has 150 tons of Hay on his Wolverine ranch for Sale at a bargain. Ten fifteen and Twenty ton lots at reduced figures. H. Fournier. Presto Idaho april 30th, 1896. Warrant Call. Or dealer is Malm gleaning and repairing done with neatness and dispatch. Located on North main Street Plach foot a paid of. Building material. Prompt attention Given to All orders outside of town. Lumber Yard on main Street puck oot Idaho. Sporting goods i such As base balls and bats always in Stock and anything else to order. The most Complete Looth and shaving Bushee Combs perfumes and All toilet articles. Our Stock of Pali Tlam ready mixed and dry j till Isis is Complete and prices right window Siuw Putze it a cigars Candy nuts v to al Clias stationery and in fact everything you need. To ii Prescript oms will have our most careful attention at any hour. Done to mistake the place Pioneer drug store Hull amp Greene Blackfoot Idaho. Let me give you a few Good pointers i i have no help i give no credit i buy my goods in the lowest Marl Setfor spot Cash and sell on the lowest having margin. Vith me Low pay no Many a bad Book account which you Are compelled to to when you Trade with a House that does a credit business. Quot will take All kinds of produce in Exchange for merchandise. W. A. Office of county treasurer Bingham county. \ Blackfoot Idaho april 18, 1896, Jjo Tice is hereby Given that the following Bingham county warrants will be paid upon presentation general fund warrants registered. April july oct. Jan. April july oct nov. July oct. 14, 1892. 16, a a 16, a a 12, 1893. 13, 1894. 14, a a 12, a a 20, a a 16, 1895. 18, to numbered 106 to 190 inclusive. 191 to 295 to 296 n 375 to 1 it 306 to 75 to 183 to 184 to 238 to 239 to 310 to 311 to 467 to 140 it 210 to ,.211 to 304 to warrants included in this Call shall cease to draw interest ten 10 Days from Date of this notice. All warrants above advertise not presented for payment within sixty 60 Days from Date of this notice will not be paid under this Call but must be presented to the Board of county commissioners for re allowance As provided by Law. G. G. Wright county treasurer. Blackfoot Idaho. C. Bunting a be co., Bankers incorporated Blackfoot Idaho. Transacts a general banking business. 1ntekest allowed on time deposits. Issue drafts direct on All principal cities of Europe. Active responsible accounts solicited. Principal correspondents Chase National Bank _ _ new York. First National Bank _ _ Chicago. Omaha National Bank _ _ Omaha. First National Bank _ _ Ogden. Mccornick a be co., Bankers Salt Lake City. First National Bank _ _ san Francisco associate Bank first National Bank _ Pocatello Idaho Send the Blackfoot news of Quot special link in Stock for ladies visiting cards. Letter Heads Bill Heads business cards visiting cards fancy stationery. It Send for samples and prices on work. With new Stock Gomes up to Date. A

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