Blackfoot News in Blackfoot, Idaho
10 Oct 1896

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10 Oct 1896

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Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - October 10, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoI ocal happenings Para graphed the Board of county commissioners will meet in regular quarterly session next monday. W. B. Thews is the Silver Republican nominee in Onieda county for state senator. Wheat is being rapidly moved from North Idaho. The shipments Are very Large for the beginning of the season. Hawley and Borah will be Given a crowded audience at the court House this saturday evening. They Are both Good speakers. The Mckinley ites have placed attorney Hasbrouck of Idaho Falls on their ticket for representative vice Nowlin resigned. Attorney Detrich attended court at st. Anthony this week. W. T. Duncan of the West Side has bought the Bert Pierce residence in the Southern part of town and took Possession and moved in with his family tuesday. Lbs. Kehoe has gone to Gentile Valley to take charge of a school for the fall and Winter. The Board of Asylum directors will meet on the loth in regular quarterly session. Hon. Frank Steunenberg candidate for governor has finished his Campaign in the North and next week will be in the Southern counties. Hon. Ben Butterworth will make a couple of speeches in Idaho for the Mckinley ticket. The ranchers have begun to bring in their wheat at a Lively rate. But it is All for Home use. Wheat advanced from 50 to 65 cents spot Cash at Millick s Mill Blackfoot first of the week. Bob Spence of Bear bake is the Mckinley nominee for state senator. Bobs politics is like a reversible overcoat he can Wear either Side to suit an occasion. Don t say anything behind the Back of a candidate that you would not say to his face. This course would go far towards maintaining Good feelings in the Campaign. Judge Stevens registration books show 225 voters in Blackfoot preparing to vote. This number will be increased to a number considerably larger than the books showed in 1894. Black foot is growing. The yellow jacket mines have been closed indefinitely and the vote of Idaho will be decreased to the extent of 200 votes by the scattering of the miners from that Camp. Ben Holbrook representing d. H. Biethan returned from. Custer county monday afternoon. His trip was altogether satisfactory having taken a Large number of Good orders in the different mining towns of the county. Editor r. A. Pierce of the messenger has been nominated for the Senate in ouster county and j. J. Mccarty for the House of representatives. Both Are instructed for Dubois. Mrs. Jarvis who lived in Blackfoot a few months of last year was mixed up in a Little escapade at Butte City this week which was not very creditable to her. And must be extremely painful to her aged parents. Haryey Fisher of the Pacific express Railroad service has a furlough of two weeks and is spending the time with a the old folks at during his Short stay he will superintend the construction of a residence building on his ranch in West Side Snake River. The soldiers Home Boise City has undergone another investigation. It is a Clear Bright Day when the Home is not in some kind of local trouble. The last investigation resulted in the removal of the superintendent or. Maxey and the resignation of or. Miner the adjutant. Senator Fred t. Dubois is canvassing North Idaho. His appointments for Fremont and Bingham Are As follows st. Anthony tuesday evening oct. 20. Rexburg wednesday a a �?o21. Menan thursday a a a a 22. Grant Friday afternoon a a 23. Idaho Falls Friday evening a a 23. Basalt saturday afternoon a a 24. Blackfoot saturday evening a a 24. Awarded highest honors worlds fair. Or Cream Ramins powder most perfect made. A pure grape Cream of tartar powder. Free rom ammonia Alum or mar �4her adulterants. 40 years tile Standard col. G. A. Hannaford will leave on the 10th inst for Washington to represent the Peoples canal company in their Case which will be heard by the Secretary of the Interior on the 2ist of the present month. On thursday afternoon the painful intelligence that de. Boyce senator organizer and agitator had been placed in Durance vile at Leadville shocked the entire Community. It is not the Mere fact of him being deprived of his Liberty that worries his Many friends he has seen the inside of a jail before so he knows just How it is but it is greatly feared that his incarceration will interfere with his chances of reaching the United states news. Washington oct. 5.�?ex-senator Manderson of Nebraska writing of the situation in his own state and in the West generally says a i have just returned from a trip through the state on a political Mission. This state Nebraska is now looking better for the casting of its electoral vote for Mckinley although we will have a very hard fight but i believe the chances Are in our favor. The East however should fully appreciate the fact that there is really but Little Hope unless conditions change that Mckinley will get a single electoral vote in any of the states West of the Missouri. New York sept. 30.�?private Cable dispatches received Here say that Hamilton Smith agent of the exploration company of London which within the last 18 months has paid $15,000,000 for 500,000 shares in the Anaconda mining Copper company whose properties Are in Montana is on his Way to this country again. Or. Smiths Mission is said to be to close a Deal whereby the exploration company really the Rothschild Sis to acquire the remaining Stock 500,000 shares of the Anaconda company upon which there was Given an option for the net sum of $18,000,000. Marcus Daly the managing director of the Anaconda company is expected to reach new York to Morrow and j. B. Haggin one of the largest holders of the Stock is also expected Here soon from hot Springs. The English capitalists whom or. Smith represents Are said to hold an option upon the Home stake mines and properties in the Black Hills. Jewel stoves �1 ranges e now have Large Stock some designs and Quality guaranteed. Wood and Coal Heaters of hand the world recognizes the very jewel stoves As the Best. Over 2,500,000 in use Call and examine our Stock before purchasing. Idaho forwarding company Jos. N. Smith manager old Bunting Bank building. Blackfoot Idaho. Like a Railroad map. The ticket for the november election will be a puzzler to the average voter. It is so badly mixed by fusion confusion and delusion that it will appear to the Mistful Eye like a net work of roads on a Railroad map. And you know these Railroad maps confuse the Eye there a the c. B. Q. And r. N. If., the n. A r. L. P. Q. the Union Pacific and Santa be but if you like not these you a better go by the Kankakee or Kokomo. And if you like not fusion Tell your Matt when election comes you la voter straight. Idaho Falls. The almanac of our neighbouring town Idaho Falls tells that the Busy season is beginning. A few ranchers Are coming in with their ranch products As a sort of Vanguard to the great army of them which is soon to Foll a. Some of the business men Are beginning to claim every Day of the week As a Busy Day. G. G. Wright general manager for the Coop. Wagon amp machine co., is one of the Busy ones always Busy but never at a loss for time to show himself affable and pleasant to visitors. He is one of natures gentlemen noblemen. Anderson Bros will soon be in the midst of their big fall Trade with every clerk on the Rush from Early morn to the tired hours of the night. Fred Turner has taken charge of the Burgess House and proposes to make it better than it was in its Best Days of the years gone by. Or. Turner is the Silver Republican nominee for state senator and expresses himself confident of Success. L. W. West of Blackfoot now Telegraph operator is deservedly one of the most popular officials Ever at this station. The Falls is growing Busy along other lines besides barter and Trade. Politics is coming in for its share of time monopoly. Fusion and candid i dates make up the subjects proper for discussion. But there As in Blackfoot and other localities no one can forecast the results of the november election in the matter of the county tickets. Nobody is altogether satisfied with the convention work and nobody knows How the voters will endorse it. But then the Falls is better satisfied than Blackfoot. It has about three to one on the tickets. The business men Are hopeful of a fair Price for Grain and potatoes and if their Hopes be realized the Falls will have a successful autumn and Winter Trade. The news is gratified at the Outlook for our neighbouring town and the cheerful tone of feeling among her business and professional men. Fort Hall news. Or. E. B. Mitchell the Foreman of the it. Hall Agency canal stopped Here for a few hours one Day last week. Mrs. M. Jackson and mrs. L. Wod Burn visited their parents who live near Ross Fork Creek last week. Mrs. A. Sponsler of Sacramento cal., is a guest of her sister miss f. E. Teter. The social committe of the Christian Endeavor society gave a sociable for the opening of the school year. They had games of All kinds which made it pleasant for All who attended. Messes. Bumgarner mrs. Bumgarner and miss Warner All of Black foot Sun Dayed Here last sunday. Or. Thomas Lavatta a Well known Man to both indians and Whites in this part of the county died a week ago last monday at his Home near Pocatello. The people of it. Hall school were Well represented at Ross Fork last saturday it being the a Indian treaty the following persons attended the meeting Viz mrs. Locke miss Ada Zimmerman mrs. Funkhouser mrs. Churchill messes. H. Locke a. Robinson c. Churchill Jno. Parker mrs. A. Sponsler and l. Levering. The Christian Endeavor society will have an anniversary program on the 23d of this month. Messes. A Locke i. Funkhouser and l. Levering made a flying trip to the Grove City one afternoon last week. Hon. Thos. B. Teter of Ross Fork was on hand to pay off the it. Hall school employees a week ago last wednesday. 1 Kagaha How pins Are made. The manufacture of pins require expensive delicate and complicated machinery. The wire from which they Are manufactured comes to the factory on Large reels very much like Gigantic Cotton reels and is first drawn through eight or ten Little Copper rollers. This is to get All the bends and kinks out of it. After this preliminary operation is satisfactory completed it is wound on a very Large reel which is attached by 1 Means of a spindle to the machines that makes the pins. One of these machines makes 8,000 pins an hour and a Large factory often has 30 or 40 machines at work at one time. After the pins Are released from the grip of this machine they take a Bath of sulphuric acid. This eats All the grease and dirt from them and if the pins were left in More than a very few minutes would eat them too. To prevent this they Are quickly taken out mixed with a Quantity of sawdust and placed in a a stumbling this As its name implies is simply a cask made to revolve rapidly by Means of a Belt and the pins after being whirled round and round in this fashion for three or four hours come out smooth and . Sporting goods such As changes in English the English language of to Day is quite different in Many respects from the English spoken Only 100 years ago on the other hand the dutch spoken by the Boers of South Africa does not differ greatly from the same language spoken 200 years ago the Boers during that time having had very Little Intercourse with the Mother country and so their language remains almost fixed. Many languages Are devoid of certain sounds quite familiar to us. The chinese for instance has no sound equivalent to our for America a Chin 1 r Aman says the society islanders could not pronounce either a be a or a and the nearest approach they could make to the name of the celebrated navigator a Cook a who visited their shores was budget. Tache Baitoo it my flies base balls and bats always in Stock and anything else to order. The most Complete tooth and shaving bashes Combs perfumes and All toilet articles. Our san mfr of a ninth Heady mixed and dry v7i.il in Lublin us. Acihl Ilij is Complete and prices right it Lilov Fany size a cigars Candy nuts f ii Iii it stationery and in fact every thing you need. A Vijh prescriptions will have our most careful attention at any hour. Don t mistake the place Pioneer drug store Hull amp Greene. Blackfoot Idaho. Would to to w to w. The conference meeting of Indian commissioners and leaders of the Shoshone and Bannock tribes at Ross Fork saturday looking to the treaty for the opening of the reservation was a failure pure and simple. The indians pow wow. Commissioner Goodwin addressed them at length through an interpreter but the leaders had but Little to say in reply. It was Plain they were not in the humor for making the treaty that Day. But then this should not be looked upon As discouraging the next conference May be successful. An Indian under certain influences changes his mind As Quick As a cat can Wink her Eye. A certain influences will do the work and a treaty can be made. If you suffer from any of the various female ailments and want a sure cure try or. . Shores favorite prescription. It is a local application easy Safe and pleasant to use and never fails. Write for special information to Box 1205, Salt Lake City. $1 a bottle at Hill amp Greene a Bill Lane demo populist nominee for state senator for Bannock county has resigned the Honor tendered him. Rumor puts it that he was too Loyal to his National party leaders to make a race under the state agreement of democrats and populists when they were ignoring the wishes of the National leaders. That a like Bill Lane a True to the leaders. A private letter from a Well posted gentleman in California brings the information that Bryan is Safe for that state. Attorney Chalmers attended Fremont county court this week. If your children Are subject to croup watch for the first symptom of the disease hoarseness. If chamberlains cough remedy is Given As soon As the child becomes hoarse it will prevent the attack. Even after the croup cough has appeared the attack can always be prevented by giving this remedy. It is also invaluable for colds and whooping cough. For Sale by Ben Fernish druggist. The woman suffragists Are sanguine of carrying the state for the amendment which will allow them to vote. W. A. Bull has just received another Large Supply of our celebrated Fuji Tea new crop. If you try to Wear a cough out you will most Likely Wear yourself out. Get a 25 cent bottle of or. G. W. Shores cough cure and save a doctors Bill. Sold by Hull amp Greene. The demo populists of Bannock Are without a nominee for state senator and it is among the possibilities Yea probabilities that they will not name one to take the place of Lane resigned. Blackfoot will have an increase of voters at the november election the registration books show this to Date but she is Short on candidates. Somehow or some How else she did not get her full share. However we will vote for the Best men on the tickets. Blackfoot will be sure to vote. The Darlington wis., journal says editorially of a popular Patent Medicine a we know from experience that chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy is All that is claimed for it As on two occasions it stopped excruciating pains and possible saved us from an untimely grave. We would not rest easy Over night without it in the this remedy undoubtedly saves More pain and suffering than any other Medicine in the world. Every family should keep it in the House for it is sure to be needed sooner or later. For Sale by Ben Fernish druggist. C. Bunting amp co., Bankers incorporated Blackfoot Idaho. Transacts a general banking business. Interest allowed on time deposits. A Issue drafts direct on All principal cities of Europe. Active responsible accounts solicited. Principal correspondents Chase National Bank first National Bank Omailia National Bank. First National Bank Mccornick amp co., Bankers first National Bank associate Bank first National Bank new York. Chicago. Omailia Ogden. Salt Lake City. San Francisco Pocatello Idaho found at last sure cuke for Scarcity of Money patronize Home Industry patronize Home merchants raise More poultry and produce More eggs More butter cheese Bacou Grain and briny them to me and get the highest Market we carry a full line we Are always pleased to show you goods whether you buy or not tit. Btu Law. Blackfoot Idaho

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