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Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - October 10, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoA m Kinley Organ tells the major he is beaten and concedes Bryan selection new York oct. L in an open letter today addressed to major Mckinley the world practically concedes the election of or. Bryan. The Only Hope remaining to the republicans the world says is for Mckinley to assume a hostile attitude toward the trusts and monopolies but As this alternative is in the very nature of thing an impossible one the qualification is immaterial. A beneath the noise and smoke of the Campaign a says this Organ of republicanism a the quiet steady Progress of fusion recorded from time to time in a paragraph Bidden among columns of speeches has attracted attention. Yet it now presents a very different aspect from that of a few weeks ago. Then Republican Hope was High on account of democratic and populist dissensions. Now that Hope has dwindled to a few faint and fading glimmers from a few states that Are normally democratic by Large majorities. A fusion has. To a reasonable certainty added Alabama Kansas Nebraska North Carolina and tennessee�?52 electoral votes to the 4fi electoral votes of Arkansas Colorado Idaho Mississippi Montana South Carolina Utah Washington and Wyoming that were already assumed to be reasonably Safe for Silver. It has presumably Given 1 0,000 populist votes in Illinois 25,000 in Indiana 30,000in Iowa 20,000 in Kentucky 40,000 in Missouri 80,000 in ver Gima and 85,000 in Minnesota towards making Good the losses from the defection of sound Money democrats and toward swelling the accession of free Silver republicans. A in Brief fusion has made it necessary that there shall be enormous democratic defections from the free Silver ticket if or. Mckinley is to have even a respectable majority of the electoral votes. For even if he gets every state East of the Mississippi and North of the Ohio and the Potomac which includes Delaware and Maryland and gets West Virginia also he still needs two votes to make the necessary majority. A suppose or. Mckinley a adds the world As an after thought a gets Only enough states to just elect him and those states All in one Section of the country what will be the net result of the election the Silver heresy will have carried 10 or a dozen More states than did or. Harrison in 1892. It will continue its absolute control of the Senate. It will control the machine of a National political party. It will be entrenched As never before. It will organize mined Italy for the congressional election two pears hence and for the presidency two years after . Further resolved. That we favor the emancipation of the womanhood of the country by conferring upon them All political privileges which men Are in Possession of. While recognizing that honest men Are rallying around both the Gold and Silver standards we invite men to rally to the Standard of moral and political righteousness and while we recognize the question of the coinage of Money by the government to be of importance we believe that the inhibition of the free coinage of drunkards by our government to be a thousand times More important. Resolved that we favor the free coinage of Silver at the ratio of 16 to 1. Resolved that we favor government ownership of All Railroad and Telegraph lines. Here is a Peculiar state of affairs the states that will vote for free Silver produce 100 per cent of All the Gold mined in this country 100 per cent of All the Silver 100 per cent of All the Cotton 97 per cent of All the Corn 92 per cent of All the wheat 92 per cent of All the Braley 87 per cent of All the Oats and 80 per cent of All the value of All farm products. Can it be possible that the anarchists Are the producers of this country. Professional cards the Republican party in Utah is broken up because the Republican party of the nation proved Recreant to every Trust and false to every Promise. In order to get even Rapp is circulating petitions in Cache county to organize a new party. Its ruler will be Rapp its Organ the Republican and its object will be . A costly comma. There was a time when the punctuation Marks As now used in common print were not known and As the result it was often More or less difficult to arrive at the exact meaning of the writer and to avoid this the Points were introduced. Of course about the smallest and apparently the most insignificant of them All is the comma but its misuse is often the cause of very annoying mistakes As Well As loss of Money. It should be the aim of those now in school to learn thoroughly How to use this Little Mark and never be guilty of making a mistake like the following an account of which we read not Long ago it seems that some Twenty years or so ago when the United states by its Congress was making a Tariff Bill one of the sections enumerated what articles should be admitted free of duty. Among the Many articles specified were a a a ill foreign fruit Plant a Etc., meaning plants imported for transplanting propagating or Experiment. The engrossing clerk in copying the Bill accidentally changed the Hyphen in the compound word a fruit Plant to a comma making it read a fall foreign fruit plants a Etc. As the result of this simple mistake for a year or until Congress could remedy the Blunder All the oranges Lemons bananas grapes and other fruits were admitted free of duty. This Little mistake which anyone would be liable to make yet which could have been avoided by carefulness Cost the government not less than 82,000 000 a pretty costly comma Young s instructor state prohibition i it a form. We the members of the prohibition party of Idaho in convention assembled renewing our allegiance to almighty god and putting our Trust in him accept the following As Laid Down by the National convention of the prohibition party at Pittsburg in june last. That the liquor traffic has produced such social Gumtner Ciali Industrial and political wrongs and is now t threatening the perpetuity of All our social and a political institutions that the suppression of same by National party organized therefor is the greatest object to be accomplished by the voters of our country therefore he it resolved Wtipil we favor the Legal prohibition by state and National egg a isolation of the manufacture importation exportation interstate Asp rotation i and Sale of alcoholic beverages. Also the Sparrow. His number kept Down in London by tile use of cat. If left to himself the Dondon Sparrow would probably multiply exceedingly for there is enough waste from every human household to keep at least one pair of sparrows. That would give something like 1,500,000 sparrows to tie area of greater London. But these figures do not represent actual facts. The Sparrow population is rigorously kept Down not by want of fecundity for at the zoo for instance where food and shelter abounds the Birds seem to Breed at All seasons of the year but the operations of the natural enemy that great fact in All wild life which even the progressive London Sparrow cannot avoid. The natural enemy in this Case is the London cat. If anyone will count up the number of Bouses in his or her knowledge which do not possess a cat the number and ubiquity of the natural enemy will become apparent. Poor people keep More cats than Rich people so the Small houses abound with cats. 1�ieli Peoples cats which have Large houses As a Rule catch the sparrows on their own estate but poor cats have to poach at Large and their ravages among the Young sparrows is prodigious. It has been observed that a Sparrow killing cat bags on the average two Young Birds a Day. No amount of correction seems to prevent their indulgence in this form of sport. They know it is wrong but it is too fascinating. One Young cat of the writers acquaintance went into a fit after a mild beating for killing Young sparrows and As soon As he recovered went off to catch another. A oat in the same House which was surprised with t a to naked nestlings in its Mouth slipped them underneath a mat on the stairs when it saw its mistress coming. Nature is too Strong for them and the drawing room Pussy seems no More Able to resist the taste for sport than the stable Spectator. If troubled with rheumatism read this. Annapolis my apr. 16, 1896.�?i have used chamberlains pain Balm for rheumatism and found it to be All that is claimed for it. I believe it to be the Best preparation for rheumatism and deep seated muscular pains on the Market and cheerfully recommend it to the Public. Jno. G. Brooks dealer in boots shoes Etc. No. Is main st. Also read this Mechanicville st. Mary county sold a bottle of chamberlains pain Balm to a Man who had been suffering with rheumatism for several years it made him a Well Man. A. J. Mcgill. For Sale at 50 cents per bottle by Ben Fernish druggist. Notice for publication. Timber culture i u. S. Lard office at Blackfoot. Idaho october 3d, 1896. Notice is is hereby Given that William Howard has filed notice of intention to make final proof before the Register and receiver at their office in Black foot Idaho on saturday the 34th Day of november 1896, on Timber culture application no. 1027, tor the swj4 of Section no. 17, in township no. 2 South Range no. 36 East. He names As witnesses George m. Looey. John m. Sheridan John Rowles John Cater All of Blackfoot Idaho. Jno. W. Jones receiver. William ii. Behle physician and surgeon. Office at the residence two blocks East of u. P. Depot. Blackfoot Idaho. George l. Wall land Dottori i. Real estate and insurance agent. Contests a specially. Quot office next door to u. S. Land office. Blackfoot Idaho h. Grimmett attorney at Law Blackfoot Idaho Stewart amp Dietrich attorneys at Law i ack foot Idaho. J. Stevens stenographer in Fuce. J h bean assistant surgeon u. P. Railway. Pocatello Idaho. 53f�?otelegraphio communication promptly Ittu ded to. Insure your buildings Fine strained Honey 10 cents at. A. Bulls. In order to show cause f Bingham county first impressions of the Vatican. Ordinary tourist first sees the Vatican from the Square As he approaches from the Bridges of Santa Angelo. But his attention is from the first drawn to the front of the Church and he but vaguely realizes that a lofty Unsymmetrical building rises on his right. He pauses perhaps and looks in that direction As he ascends the Long Low Steps of the Basilica and wonders in what part of the Palace the Popes apartments May be while the itinerant vender of photographs shakes Yards of poor Little views out of ther Gaudy red bindings very much As Lep orello unrolls the list of Don Giovanni a conquests. If the picture peddle sees that the stranger glances up at the Vatican he forthwith Points out the Corner windows of the second Story and informs his victim that a Sun Santitas inhabits those rooms and promptly offers photographs of any other part of the Vatican but that. The tourist looks up curiously and finally gets rid of the Ven Der by buying something that he does the probate court state of Idaho. Order to show in the matter of the estate j cause Why or of Robert Kay i Der of Sale of deceased real estate should not be j made. Dewain b. Hawley the administrator of the estate of Robert Kay deceased has filed his petition herein duly verified praying Foi an order of Sale of the real estate of said decedent for the purposes therein set Forth it is therefore ordered by the said court that All persons interested in the estate of said deceased be and appear before the probate court of said Bingham county at the courtroom thereof in the court House in Blackfoot in the said county on monday the 23rd, Day of november 1896, at 10 of clock a. M., then and there to show cause Why an order should not be granted to the said Dewain b. Hawley to sell so much of the real estate of the said deceased at Public Sale As shall be necessary and that a copy of this order be published at least five weeks in the Blackfoot news a newspaper printed published and circulated in said Bingham county. Fred s. Stevens probate. Dated october 2nd, 1896. Prank e. Hellwig will take contracts for and will do leave orders at the news office perhaps he associates with his first impression of the Vatican the eager cunning scape race features of the Man who sold him the photographs. A f. Marion Crawford in Century. These goods Are sold by All the wholesale grocers in Utah. Send in your orders. 443 South second West Street Salt Lake City Utah. Jewel stoves and ranges Are made in the right Way to give lasting efficient service. Substantial convenient cleanly and of the handsomest designs they meet every stove requirement look for the Trade Mark show below. Gest stove jewel stoves Are sold by Idaho feb warding company against fire with Utah amp Northern time card to to my a East West North s take the a South bound no. 8, mail and express 28, through freight 30, local freight North bound 7, mail and exp is 29, local freight through freight no. To it 1 40, a. 1 55, a. In. 12 05, p. In. 4 12, a. 8 35, a. S solid Vestibule trains. Free Chai 97 a it j. A. Collins agent. 2 45, p. In a cat through car line to county directory sheriff h. W. Keifer auditor and recorder Geo. F. Gagon probate judge and supt. Schools _. Fred s. Stevens treasurer g. G. Wright assessor and collector d. G. Crowley Coroner George e. Hafer Surveyor rank Martin c. W. Berryman commissioner Isaac Ericson w. D. Huffaker 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 a �?1 Quot Quot Podges masonic. Regular communications of Grove City a Lodge no. 33, a. F. Amp a. Will a 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. N. C. Titus Sec a. Golden Rule no. 24,1. Of o. F. Meets on thursday evening every week at 8 of clock in masonic Hall. Visiting Brothers Are cordially invited. Geo. H Holbrook t. S. Morrison see a. N. G. George h. Thomas Post no. 9, g. A. R., holds regular meetings on the first tuesday night of each month at the masonic Hall in Blackfoot at 7 Oclock. All comrades in Good standing Are requested to be present. J. C. Fisher commander. J. P. Porter adjutant. United states land office. Office hours operating through cars to Chicago Vii Eil Bluffs and c. Amp n. W. By. Chicago or st. Louis via. Kansas City a Portland via o. Amp n. Co., also to s Cisco los Angeles and fort Wor Pullman Palace sleepers Pullman c0l1nist sleep Pullman dimm Zentsch Light steam heat Union dining cars and lunch count along the line managed by the hotel department. For maps time tables pamphlets it of territory traversed by the i Pacific a Stem apply to j. A. Collins at Blackfoot d. E. Burley Gen. Agt., Salt Lai Dickinson Omaha neb. E. L. 1 e. Gen. Manager. Gen. And Pic a per. Register receiver., 9 00 a. Till 4 00 p. John g. Brown John fast to me pest serf. To Chicago Milwaukee. St. Paul and minnea via Chicago Milwaukee st. Paul Rai Alex Mitche com. A Saif Lake City Alma ma�0 dealer in in strut Post office hours a a st plans specifications and estimates Given on application. Blackfoot Idaho. American biscuit and manuf a go. Successors to Utah Cracker factory. S not want with the charitable intention manufacturer of the celebrated of giving it to some dear but tiresome Silver a Raj Dop Fine crackers relative at Home. And Ever afterwards when your liver is out of order take or. G. W. Shores anti constipation pills. Hull amp Greene sell them. Notice for publication land office at Blackfoot Idaho sept 11th, 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 october7th, 1886, Viz Solomon Edwards on Homestead no. 2946, for the be amp Section 20, township 1 South of Range 37, e. B. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land Viz John Crofts Hyrum Crofts Charles Criddle Joseph Dye All of Basalt Idaho. Jno g. Brows Register. Week Days. Sundays. 8 00 a. To 7 00 p. 9 00 to 11 00 a. E. S. Stevens p. Notice for publication. Land office at Blackfoot Idaho september 4th, 1896. 1 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 october 12th, 1896, Viz George a. Whitworth for the sch so Section 33, township 6 South and lots 1 and 2, and be amp. Section 4, township 7 South Range 39 East b. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land Viz John be four Albert Grant Wiliiam West William Smith All of Chesterfield Bannock county Idaho. Jno. G. Brown Register. Administrators Sale of real estate. State of Idaho i county of Bingham f is in the pro hate court. In the matter of the estate of Fletcher Ireland deceased. Notice is hereby Given that in pursuance of an order of the probate court in and for the county of Bingham state of Idaho made on the 14th Day of september 1896, in the matter of the estate of Fletcher Ireland deceased the undersigned the administrator of said estate will Seil at private Sale to the highest bidder Lor Cash and subject to confirmation by said court on thursday the eighth Day of october 1896, at 10 of clock a. M., at the office of the probate court in Blackfoot in the county of Bingham All the right title interest and estate of the said Fletcher Ireland at the time of his death and All the Light title and interest that the said estate has by operation of Law or otherwise acquired other than or in addition to that of the said Fletcher Ireland Tafte time of his death in and to All that certain water right As follows to wit one Hundred and Twenty inches of water of the Waters of Little lost River said water right dating from april 1st, 1886 per decree o the District court of the fifth judicial District of the stare of Idaho for the county of Bingham rendered March 12th. 1891. Terms and conditions of Sale a Cash lawful Money of the United states to be paid on confirmation of Sale by said probate court. Deed at expense of purchaser. Edward a. He a Dicker administrator of estate of Fletcher Ireland deceased. September 14th, 1896. Wyman amp Wyman a ttys. For ail ministry tor. Church methodist Rev. J. Frost pastor. Preaching every sunday morning at 11 evening at 7 30 of clock. Prayer meeting wednesday evening ax7 30 of clock. Sunday school sunday afternoon from 3 till 4 of clock. Epworth league prayer meeting sunday at 6 of clock p. Notice of assessment. The Riverside ditch company location of principal place of business Blackfoot Bingham county Idaho. Notice is hereby Given that at a meeting of the Board of directors held on saturday August 29tli, 1893, assessment no. 12 of thirteen 13 cents per share was levied upon the capital Stock of this corporation payable to j. P. Porter Secretary and treasurer Blackfoot Bingham county Idaho. Any Stock upon which this assessment shall be unpaid on tuesday the 6th Day of october 1896, 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 31st Day of october 1896, to pay said assessment together with Cost of advertising and expense of Sale. J. P. Porter Secretary and treasurer Riverside ditch co. Blackfoot Idaho september 1st, 1896. Notice of assessment. The Blackfoot irrigation company location of principal place of business Blackfoot Bingham county Idaho. Notice is hereby Given that at a meeting of the Board of trustees held on saturday september 12tb. 1896, there was levied assessment no 17, of 12.00 per share on the capital Stock of the company payable to John Montgomery Secretary and treasurer East main and Idaho streets Blackfoot Bingham county Idaho. Any Stock upon which this assessment shall be unpaid on monday the 19th Day of october 3896, 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 7th Day of november 1896, to pay said assessment with Cost of advertising and expense of Sale. John Montgomery Secretary and treasurer Blackfoot irrigation co. Blackfoot Idaho september 17th, 1896. Strings and trimming orchestra and band music Sheet j and music books largest Stock i also Fine watches and jewel. Tonery books Blank books school books cutlery Noti confections tobacco Cigar machine Needles Etc. Agent for the Newman Brothers Idaho Falls st. Mary a acad Salt Lake City us conducted by the a wow a Sisters of tie holy c studies for boarders and Day pupils resumed the first tuesday in sep i terms modern Send reference. For catalogue address the above. The Blackfoot Hon and Challis n Otice for bids for painting the court House. A a Ottyce to hereby Given that on monday the 12th Day of october. 1896, at 10 of clock a. M., the Board of county commissioners of Bingham county Idaho at the office of the Board at Blackfoot will receive sealed bids for painting the outside Woodwork of the court House two Coats Lead and Oil for painting roof two Coats of Mineral paint and for Calci mining court room and and Halls two Coats Plain and tinted. Said bids will be received for All or a part of said work. Bids should be addressed to the clerk of the Board of county commissioners Blackfoot Idaho and marked a proposals for painting the Board reserves the right to reject any and All bids. Done by order of the Board this september 14th, 1896. Geo. F. Gagon Csc go. Powell amp pea1�son, 1 the cheapest the shortest and Moi route Between the North East West and the Points named. Carrying mail passengers and leaves Blackfoot daily at 6 a. Of lost River Minos Houston. Challis 1-Clayton. Custer Aetna and Bay horse passengers Are carried in first Cla horse coaches on mondays wed esd fridays. Their Small stages will run a the travelling Public and shippers May themselves accordingly. Eating houses on the line Are in suit for further information apply to f. W. Vogler agent Blackf tetter Salt Rheum and Recze the intense itching and Martin Dent to these diseases is instantly a by applying Chamberlain s by skin ointment. Many very bad have been permanently cured by i is equally efficient for itching Pilot a favorite remedy for sore in chapped. Hands chilblains Frosi and chronic sore eyes. 25cts. Be and Are bad Anci or. Cady a condition powder just what a horse needs when i condition. Tonic blood purifier Verm Fuge. They Are not Foo Medicine and the Best in use to horse in prime condition. Pri cents per package for Sale by Ben h. Fernish Dru us a o s �9 Job printing promptly done at the news offt to

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