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Shoshone Journal asÄ •/ & lf©t^ 0 ° Agrio^ SCiniag* * 0 * Gern of the VOL. 13 SHOSHONE. LINCOLN COUNTY, IDAHO, APRIL 17,18y6. NO. 16 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. V. BIERBOWER, ATTORNEY & COUSELOR AT LAW. 81 ioslione Idaho. H. J. SYMS, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Shoshone Precinct. Acknowledgments taken and papers of every description drawn. Collections made and promptly returned. J. S. WATERS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Genera! practice. Land office a specialty. Residence: Shoshone Falls, Idaho. Office at Shoshone and Hailey. Invites correspondence on professional business. Address, SHOSHONE, IDAHO. VISIT T. B. BECK'S Shaving Parlors FOR A FIRST CLASS SHAVE or HAIR CUT. Prices reasonable. Next door to Opera House. ROUGH and SURFACED, Screen and common Doors, Sash, Cedar Posts and Shingles. Ewryflunjs in the BUILDING UNE SHOSHONE Liuery & Feed Stable , AVill continue to do business at the old stand, and deal in COAL, WATER and ICE. GENERAL JOBBING WORK. E. W. HORTON I SHOSHONE, IDAHO. ÏINAE PE00F AND ORIGINAL ENTRIES. The Land Office Department having ordered that the Clerk of the District Court may take final proofs for settlers so Government lands, and make orig inal entries for them also, A. S. Senter, clerk of the court in and for Lincoln county, is now fully equipped with all legal forms and land office blanks, and can save money to KfUlers by attending to their Land Office business in Shoshone. A. S. Senter. E.J. ANDREWS. Carpenter and— ■ SAWS FILED AND SET. Idaho gfcc*hone t Â« ?1T® HäSjHj -geheim summ Shop two doors north of Pacific Hotel. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. HOMESTEAD COMMUTATION. Land Office at Hailev, Idaho, April 7, 1896. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final Commutation Proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before A. S. Senter, clerk of the District Court, at Shoshone, Idaho, on Saturday, May 16th 1896, viz; ulitis S. Waters, fl E No 1354, for the _ots 2 and 3 sec 31 tp 9 a r 18 e. following witnesses to prove his continous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: , H. M. Thatcher, J. C. Sims, George Ashley, John Welch, all of Shoshone, ! Idaho. ; He names the W. H. Bbodhead, Register. 5-1 When the tacts are betöre you you must be convinced. The facts are that the Union Pacific I is leading all competitors, is the ac-1 knowledged dining car route, and great through car line of the west. The line via Denver and Kansas Citv I to Chicago, in connection with the I Chicago & Alton railroad, with its excel lent equipment of free reclining chair cars, Pullman palace sleepers and Pull- I man diners demands the attention of I every traveler to the east. Ask your nearest agent for ticket via this route. E. L. Lomax, Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent. Î31 NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE. Notice is hereby given that in pursu ance of an order or the Probate Court of Lincoln county, State of Idaho, made on the 22nd day of October 1895, in the matter of the estateof Elizabeth Haines, deceased, the undersigned admiustratrix of said estate, will sell at private sale, to the highest bidder for cash and subject to the confirmation of said Probate court, all the right, title and interest and estate of Mrs. Elizabeth Haines de ceased, at the time of her death, and all the right title and interest that the said estate has by operation of law or other wise acquired other than or in addition to, that of said Elizabeth Haines at the time of her death in and all to the fol lowing described property, to-wit: The S E quarter of the N E quarter lots 2 5 6 and 9 in section 14, township 9 south of range 14 east. Terms and conditions of sale: Cash, gold coin of the U, S. Payment to be made to the administratrix on confirma tion of sale by the Probate court. Bids will be received by the adminis tratrix in the said town of Shoshone, Lincoln county, up to and not later than 12 o'clock M., on Saturday, April 18th 1896. Kittik Cbaig. Administratrix of the Estate of Elizabeth Haines, Deceased. Shoshone, Idaho, April 1st, 1896. £. E BURL ING AM E'S issay Oise ad Chemical Laboratory ■ Established in Colorado, 1866. Sam ples by mail or express will receive prompt and careful attention. GOLD & SILVER BULLION Refined, Melted, Assayed or pur chased. Address, 1736 and 1738 Lawrence St, Denver, Colo. m fl A *3 a H F « S3 } £ \ Alia V* JEWELERÏ Fine reparing and all work is guaranteed tn be first-class. Als > carries in stock, a full line of Clocks Watches and Jewelerv. SHORT CUT TO HEWS. ,, , , . , , , vorce, then eloped with her hus band ITEMS FROM ALL SECTIONS OF THE COUNTRY. A Brief Summary of the News Com piled for Our Readers. Czar Reed has made a new rul ing on the quorum question. A Kansas woman sued for a di Commonwealer Coxy is making speechifying tour in Illinois. Jefferson is to be erected at New A statue in honor of Thomas York looking for an agreeable running mate" day. The occasion was celebrated t his home, McKinley is said to be earnestely Bismark was 81 years old Fri The attorneys for the Taylor brothers will ask the Supreme Court for a rehearing. Is is said that if Reed is not nominated for president,he will I . | tire to private life, I Taylor brothars has been set for I , nn | the o(Jth of this month, Jdecied to unseat Cobb of Alabama . | in favor of a populist, | mitte is for sound money, | ing in Blythebourne L: I. re The date for the hanging of the The house election com mitte have J. Turner the English Anarchist is coming to America to teach the red-mouth doctrine. Commiteeman E. C. Wall says that the Democratic National Com Brick Pomroy, whose newspaper was famous during the war, is dy Gov. Bradley of Kentucky has had bills posted in Louisville an nouncing his candidacy for Presi dent. Sec. Lamont says he never heard of a letter of declination of a renom ination written by the President. Judge Parker sentenced James Mill to be hanged. Mill is the 157 P erson 8ent 10 the gallows by Judge Parker. McKinley's opponents are hold him as unsound on the financial question, having discov ered that he once voted for free coinage. Picked Up. I What an ocean of trouble can come out of a gallon jug. Take care of the dollars and the world will take care of you. A bald-headed man parts his hair on the what-is-Ieft side. A sure sign of dry times is the wins of the soda fountain. Every lynching makes the en forcement of law harder to accom plish. The bag in the knees of a man's pantaloons isn't always filled with pity. Many a man refuses to love his neighbor as himself because he has a garden, and his neighbor keeps hens.. When women fall out they im mediately begin to talk of each other's relatives. Many'a man who started out to reform the whole world changed his mind before he got into the next county. If a girl thinks more of her heels than her head, depend upon it she will never amount to much. Brains which settle in the shoes never rise above them. Young gentlemen will please put this down. OUR CORRESPONDENTS. Gooding, April, 16th 1896. B. G. Mullins will shear at this place. R. L. Zaspel finished shearing Saturday. State Surveyor Mclls came up from Boise one day last week. John McGuinness of Glenns Ferry, spent Saturday in this vil läge. Needed at once a good hotel, at this place r good opening for the right party. Mr. Johnson of Mountain Home spent several days in this locality last week. G. G. Pickens of Bliss spent a few days visiting friends in this viscinity last week. Miss Leona Griffin has gone to Shoshone to spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. F. W. Good ing. W, W. Preastly received two car loads of lumber for his new dredger he is building on Snake river. Roy Jones has bought the Henry Winters place, four miles east of here, and will make it his future home. Mrs. F. R. Gooding is expecting her mother, Mrs. Thomas, of Sand Point, Cal. to spend the summer with her. Pat. Hagennan, April, 16th, Rain, Rain, Rain. Will Snodgrass got home Sun day from his trip east. Spring fights opened in good six in shape, reported one John Hopkins and wife have gone to Shoshone to be present at the G. A. R, entertainment. Jim Fuller, our Bliss merchant inspecting the Kanaka was over Flat road, and having a good time generally. Water King, Priestly, is making some extensive improvements at the Elephant camp. He is also putting in a steam dredge boat, minus the steam as it will be run by the same power which he raises the water to the top of the bluff, viz compressed air. The lumber and part of the machinery fer the boat is on the ground. Hoot Owl. Consistency is forgotten by the church people and peace advo cates who want the United States to make an armed demonstration against Turkey,, in behalf* of the Armenians. PROCLAMATION. With the advance of civilization, the attention of thoughtful men and women is being directed more and more to the effects of surround ing influences. The refinement and social status of a community, town or city may be judged with cor rectness by the roads, streets, homes churches and school houses which the people have constructed. Noth ing adds more to their adornment than the planting of trees, and, in view of encouraging such efforts to make the country more attractive, the Legislatures of most, if not all of the States have wisely named a bay to be devoted to that purpose. In line with the legislation en acted by the State of Idaho relat ing to that subject, I hereby pro claim Friday, the 8th day of May, a legal holiday, and reccommend that the provisions enacted by the first session of the Idaho Legisla ture, known as *'An Act to encour age arbor culture," be strictly com plied with, and suggested that the children of schools and colleges be assembled on that oc casion and allowed to assist in the planting of trees for the decoration of their school grounds. Perhaps in after years, weighted it may be, with the cares of man hood or womanhood, when many of those who will participate in the exercses of the coming occasion will have scattered out upon the world and lost themselves in its busy turmoii, some may return r and with their former schoolmates who remain will enjoy a seat under the umbrageous branches of the trees thesr childish hands assisted in planting. Let us, therefore, with a view ot inculcating in the minds of our children a love for home and its surroundings, and for the pur pose of adding to the comfort of those who will come after us, de vote the day named to the occupa tion of tree planting, and such other exercises as those in charge of our public schools may deem proper. Given under my hand and the Great Sea! of Idaho this 11th day of April, in the (Seal) year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-six, W. i. McConnell, Governor. I. W. Garrett. Secretary of State. H. R. Jackett arrived from Jules burg, Colo., on Wednesday, amî will handle the business at this; point for the Snake River Land and Irrigation company, and will do a general real estate business. He* has fitted up an office in the Cutshaw buildiug. Mr. Jackett will move his family here as soon as he can build a residence. The people of Market Lake will find. Mr. Jacket and family very desira ble citizens, and the Sentinel edi tor takes great pleasure in wel coming them to our midst.—Mar ket Lake Sentinel. If an Editor and a Lawyer be a*, credit to his profession he cannot remain silenÄ of man's-likes and. dislikes. Each wi 1 ! have truaa friemds and bitter enemies..