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VOL. 13
SHOSHONE. LINCOLN COUNTY, IDAHO, MAY 29, 18y6.
NO. 22
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
V. BIERBOWER,
General practice. Land office a specialty,
ATTORNEY & COUSELOR AT LAW,
■Shoslrone
Idaho.
II. 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.
Residence: Shoshone Falls, Idaho.
Office at Shoshone and Hailey.
Invites correspondence on professional
busincs*. Address,
SHOSHONE, IDAHO. *
VISIT
T. E. BEGX '3
Shavina: Parlors
o
FOR A FIRST CLASS
SHAVE or 1IAIR CUT.
Prices reasonable.
Next door to Opera House.
7 71
ROUGH and SURFACED,
Screon and common Doors, Sash,
Cedar Posts and Shingles.
mmn ill ills BUILDING LINE
SHOSHONE
Liuery & Feed Stable,
Will continue to do business at the old
stand, and deal in
COAL, WATER and ICE.
GENERAL JOBBING WGRK.
E. W. HORTON
i
SHOSHONE, IDAHO.
IINAL FRQOï
AXJ>
0BIGINAL ENTEIES.
The Land Office Department having
ordered that the Clerk of the District
Court mav take final proofs for settlers
on Government lands, and make orig
inal entries for them also,
A. S. Senter, clerk of the court in and
for Lincoln county, is now
equipped with all legal forms and land
office blanks, and can save money to
settlers by attending to their Land
Office business in Shoshone.
fully
A. S. Sexteh.
E.J. ANDREWS.
Carpsntsr and—
—Wheelwright
I
SAWS FILED AND SET.
Sh oshene,
Idaho
-GENE8AL EUCKSMII
Shop two doors north of
Eacific Hotel..
SHORT CUT TO NEWS.
ITEMS FROM ALL SECTIONS OF
THE COUNTRY.
Senator Dan Vorhees will retire
from public life, because of ill
health.
A friend of Carlisle's says he is
entirely out of the Paeeidential
race.
The M. E. General Conference
decided to retire Bishops Bowman
and Foster.
The Louisiana Legislature de
dared the entire Democratic .State
ticket elected.
Conservative men say that we
are nearer war with Spain than
most people think.
Reed men for the first time since
the election of delegates begun, is
sued no statements Monday.
It is said that the silver men in
tend to hold congress in session un
til after the national conventions.
A Brief Summary of the News Com
piled for Our Readers.
Senator Murphy is said to have
joined hands with Tammany Hail
to fight Senator Hill of New York.
West Virginia, Montana, and
Maryland held conventions last
week and each instructed for Me
Kinley.
A cyclone at Sherman. Tex killed
nearly 100 persons and destroyed
one-third of the town.
Sound money Democrats confered
at Chicago and discussed the ad vis
ability of holding a separate State
convention
Miss Mazie Todd, a cousin of
Robert T. Lincoln was killed by r a
trolly car at Lexington Ky., last
week while bicycling.
From the present outlook the sil
ver and gold Democrats will hold
s parate conventions from the ve
ry beginning.
McKinley's name is removed
from the A. P. A's. black list. The
order will not endorse any Presi
dential candidate.
The latest table of figures on the
Republican situation gives McKin
ley r 557 of the 90S delgates elected
up to date to the Repulican natiou
onal convention, a long lead.
OUR CORRESPONDENTS.
Hagerman, May, 2Gth, 1896.
Mrs. R. C. Boyer is on the sick
list this week.
Injun heap work, heap sweat,
heap hot sun.
II. Smally has gone into the
sheep business.
C. N. Dilatush will soon have
new sweet potatoes.
F. W.Allen is surveying a ditch
for Wm. Burkhart.
L, S. Vader is darning—one of
his'dams washed away.
Sunday school was reorganized
at Kanaka fiat on Sunday last.
P. Haines is preparing to
build a brick residence on his farm.
P.
Joe. Waldron explored the great
Blind Canyon this week and
up minus of pant knees and shirt
sleeves, hut all the same made a
success..
came
Van Irons will issue compliment
tarv tickets for the theatre on June
4th.
Mr. and Mrs. Swineheart were
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins
this week.
The Buckeye Ranch is building a
bne water wheel, a new process for
stacking hay.
Geo. Yader is bed-fast with rheu
ma tism but we hope that he will
be ou t a S a ' n soon,
W, W: Priestly has laid off his
force of men ou account of the de
some steer material.
The dedication dance and thea
*- re be on dune 4th., dance free
admission fee to theatre 25 cents,
A mail route is established from
bere to Roseworth, Cassia. Co.,
cross; i n g the river at the old Grid
Ly landing.
Photography ns flourishing, some
of tbe handsome ladies of Kanaka
hat and this place gave Joe a ple; s
an ^ caB ' ,Jid " ec "'
More fighting! V e can beat the
Nation for that, R. C. Boyer and
E Contlit lo etber tih
clash ' Bo - ver was victorious,
Tbe Good Templers have been
° rganized here and at Bliss ' 11
members wcre Vitiated first lodge
™gbt how,s that for Hagerman.
Joe. Waldron's handsome f ica is
on the streets of the city again, he
returned in lim9 <0 make a
splendid speech at the open silver
m ' e in °'
^ ^ reported that Stanly Hager
Ina 11 has sold his saddle horse to
E. B. Sutton to take the place of
the goat in initiation in a certain
well known lodge.
Mr. Davies of Three creek came
ta Kanaka flat after his family and
paid us a visit, it is impossible for
any one to come on the river with
out visiting Hagerman.
Walter Schooler of Toponis was
seriously injured in an accident
with a horse, it is not yet known
how bad the injuries are, but it is
hoped that they are not fatal.
Raven.
Gooding, May 2G. 1S96.
N. P. Warden has moved to the
Camas prairie.
F W. Gooding came down to his
ranch yesterday.
Fruit crop will be short, owing
the late frosts.
Dwyer spent a few days
Hailey this week.
J. W.
F. R. Gooding has finished haul
his wool to the siding.
and babies doing well,
Mrs. J. Devaney returned from a
visit to Montana this morning.
Messrs. Williams & Davis have
taken up land on big Wood river.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. Waddel
on Wednesday last, twins. Mother
Walter Schooler was thrown by a
horse Saturday at 12 o'clock and
at this writing is still unconcious.
North side of Wood river is on
the boom, six tents in sight of here
and all new locations on govern
ment land. There is plenty more
good land here, to be had by filing
on it..
Pat.
SOME CORSENT TOPICS
One hundred and live miles of
railroad have been built in Georgia
this year.
Mrs. Cleveland's favorite pets are
a pair of Mocking bird.s, of which
she is very proud.
'Snickerdoodles' is the name of a
new confection that has teen sprung
at church sociables.
It is said that the prince of Wales
succeeded in borrowing $7,000,000
from the late Baron Hirsch.
The Turkish government has
strictly forbidden the cutting of
timber in the forests of Jerusalem.
Vice President Stevenson will de
liver the commencement address at
the University of Alabama.
Gov. Oates refused to allow the
Alabama populists to hold their
convention in the state capitol.
It is stated that 1,352 trains ar
rive and leave Chicago daily, about
one fourth being frieght trains.
Philadelphia's city hall cost $1G.
000,000 and stands second in ex
pensiveness to the capitol at Al
bany.
A recent consignment of frozen
salmon 'from Vancouver sold
London, weighed 140 tons.
Commissioner Higgins, of the sal
vation army, is trying to establish
stations in Argentine Republic.
The police census of Baltimore
indicates a population of 625,240
persons, of whom 125.04Sare voters.
Evangelist Moody' is working the
western part of Massachusetts for
funds to furnish good literature
for jails.
Charleston, S. C., has voted unan
imously to exempt from taxation
for five years, any factories estab
lished there.
Paderewski never signs an anree
ment, and he has never failed to
keep an engagement except through
serious illness.
I i\e hundred bushels of potatoes
were sold at sheriff's sale in Kent
c>unt\, Mich., recently for one
cent a bushel.
Napoleon III once said to Octave
Fueillet: ''To one returned from
America, everybody in Europe
seems to be asleep.
Hie reorganization committee of
the Oregon Short Line and Utah
Northern railroad, were in Sho
shone Wednesday last. In the par
ty was Samuel Carr, chairman of
the reorganization committee of the
Oregon Short Line and Utah North
ern, and S. II. H. Clark, Oliver
Ames, Henry G. Nickols and T.
j Jefferson Coolidge, of the Union
Pacific. It is also stated that Gen
eral Manager Ed. Dickinson and
other oliicials of the operating de
partment are with the party. The
trip includes Salt Luk . Portland,
Seattle, Tacoma, and return via
Ogden, the whole trip consuming
about three weeks. While in Oma
ha, Ames w as quoted in the Woild
Herald in the following important
words of deep local interest: We
are on a general tour of inspection
ol the Union Pacific, said Mr. /Unes
'Wc will go to Salt Lake, Portland,
and other western cities, and also
clown to San Francisco There is
virtually on change in Union Pacfic
affaire. We are waiting for con
gress. It is true that the reorgani
zation committee has objected to
the Hepburn amendment to the
biil in congress which call for the
opening of the various gateways of
the Union Pacific. Such action
will place us in an unjust position,
for while we would have to divide
our business and turn over part of
it to the connecting roads these
same roads would turn over none
to us. There is no question about
the Oregon Snort Line and Utah
Northern becoming a separate sys
tem, but it will make but little
change, I hope. I believe that the
Union Pacific will virtually con
trol the road. I think that the
general manager will be Mr. Ban
croft, at present general superin
tendent of the Mountain division
of the Union Pacific. He is the
most desirable man I believe to all
parties. Mr. Coolkige in reply to
a question as to the changesfor the
separation of the Oregon .Short
Line from the Union Pacific, said.
that such a move would undoubt
edly be made, but be was unpre
pared to say whether or not mat
ters were in readiness font yet
while. It was his opinion that the
management of the Short Line af
i
ter tl^e segregation had been effect
ed, certainly would wish to work
harntoniously with the Union Pa
cific interests, and as far as the
oparation of the road was concern
ed it would oe practically as though
it was a member of the old Union
Pacific system.
The Prodigal Lon.
And it came to pass, in the days
°f Patsy Boliver, the scribe, that a
certain farmer had a son; that
worketh not much, but sitteth in
the shade with the hired girl,
And " 60 ha PPened that the sire
wa f ed ™ th > and he gathered un '
to hiaîSeh a bed slat and belabored
his son much, who after the chas
tizement, rose up and demanded of
his father, the two bits he had
promised him if he would eat less
and do more work.
And he went himself away into
a far land, and sqaudered the sheck
*cs which his father had given un—
to him, buying tangle foot lor the
boys.
Aud when he found that he was
broke, he said, I will arise and go
a
unto my father,
And when he saw his father afar
off; cried unto him, father me let
return to the bosom of thy family,,
that I may live on cold Johnny'
cake that reposeth within thy swill.
ub.
And it came to pass that he
ried the hired girl, had thirteen
children, and they lived with the
old man to the end of his days.
And his last days
than the first.
mar •
were worse •
x. 4. 2.
The idea is growing that exper
ience in politics can't win againstl
an unlimited bank account under*
liberal business management, which i
is next door to saying that many
delegates have their pricov.

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