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SHOSHONE. LINCOLN COUNTY. IDAHO, JUNE 5,18«6.
NO. 2J
VOL.ÜÎ
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
V. BIER BO WEE.
ATTORNEY & CO USE LOR AT LAW.
Id Abo.
.Shoshone
II. M. THATCHER,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Shoshone Precinct.
Acknowledgments taken and papers
■ >f every description drawn.
Colle;- ti..ns made and prom ptly returned.
J. S. WATERS,
ATTOB a E Y-AT-LAYv.
General practice. Land office a specialty.
Residence: Shoshone Falls, Idaho.
Office at Shoshone and Hailey.
Invites correspondence on professional
business. Address,
SHOSHONE, IDAHO.
VIS1T
T, £. SI-GIFS
Shaving Parlors
FOR A FIRST CLASS
SIIA YE or HAIR CUT.
Prices reasonable.
Xext door to Opera House.
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HOUGH AND SURFACED,
Screen and common Doors, Sash,
Cedar Posts and Shingles.
ETSrytlllllT in tils BUILDING LIE
SHOSHONE
Liuery & Feed Stable,
VGil continue to do business at the old
stand, and deal in
COAL, WATER and ICE.
GENERAL JOBBING WORE.
E. W. HORTON
j
SHOSHONE, IDAHO.
mixi p&odis«
AN I»
OEIfîINÂL 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 fully
equipped with ail legal forms and land
office blanks, and can save money to
settlers by attending to their Land
Office business in Shoshone.
A. S. Senter.
E. J. ANDREWS.
Caipenîei and—
—Wheelwright.
SAWS FILED AND SET.
Idaho
Sh eshone.
Aa Jo IHASSIEI^
'^-GESEflAL BLACKSMITH.
Shop two doors north of
Pacific Motel..
SHORT OUT TO SEWS.
ITEMS FROM ALL SECTIONS OF
THE COUNTRY.
A Brief Summary of the News Com
piled for Our Readers.
Army worms are reported to be
playing havoc with crops in Mis.
souri.
An old will, drawn and signed
by Jefferson Daws, was found at
Hartford, Conn.
Lieutenant Peary is making pre
parations to return to the Artie re
gions this summer.
Senator Gorman's proposition to
issue if 1000,000,000 of treasury
3 per cent certificates was defeated.
The Government is experiment
ing with a project to furnish pure
nickel coins in {-.lace of coppers.
Lieutenant Luther Baker, who
led the party that captured Wilks
Booth, died at his home in Michi
gan.
The booming of Senator Teller
for the Democratic presidential
nominee created only amusement
at Washington.
In the course of a speech John
Sherman created a laugh in the
Senate by refering to that body as
"a serene body of old men.
Populist Howard of Alabama in
troduced a resolution for the im
peachment of Cleveland in the
House, hut was squelched.
Senator Blackburn says that
Cleveland is a candidate for re
election to the presidency and pro
poses to secure a nomination at
Chicago.
A murder rivaling the Meeks
tragedy has been committed at
Avo, Mo. E. E. Sawyer, wife and
son were murdered in their own
house and robbed.
Congressman Tracey of the
Springfield Mo. district has intro
duced a resolution, the ultimate
object of which is the calling of an
international bimetallic conference.
Sam Cook, chairman of the
Missouri State Central Committee,
says that Harrity has as much
business at the Lead of the Demo
crat party as Bob Ingersol has to
boss the church.
OUR CORRESPONDENTS.
Gooding, June 1st, 1896.
G. B. Mullins was in Toponis to
dav.
Mrs. J. F. Lcmbeth is on the
sick list.
Born to Mrs. Lolo Ellison May
loth, a sou.
J. J. Jeffery is laid up with a
boil on his face.
F. R. Gooding is loading his wool
having sold to Mr. Clinton.
F. R. Gooding made a flying
trip to Salt Lake last week.
N. R. Woodworth shipped several
stands of bees to Oakley last week.
Mrs. I. K. Silva has been sick
for the past month is slowly im
proving.
Mrs. G- G. Pickem of Bliss was a
guest of Mrs. W. J. Wards a few
Jays last weak.
Mr. Savage will put out 15 acres
of alfalfa on his new ranch this
spring.
Big wood river is booming, some
fear of the county bridge being
washed out.
School election to-day Thomas
Gooding elected trustee and two
mill tax rated.
Fine rain, high water, ranchmen
working on levees to keep the
water from crops.
Johnny Dwyer says his bees all
starved to death before he knew
they were hungry.
Born to the wife of Abner Wil
son May 27th, a son, mother and
child doing well and Ab. happy as
a calm.
Mrs. Walter Schooler returned
from Colorado on Thursday last
she arrived to late to see her hus
band alive he having died the night
oefore.
_ Pat.
Hagerman, June 2nd, 1896.
John Hopkins and wife visited
the burg this week.
Snake River is on the raise it
raises from 6 inches to a foot in 24
hours.
Wiil Snodgrass is painting the
scenery and putting the finishing
touches on the hall.
A terrific hail storm passed over
here on June 1st doing some dam
age to the orchards and gardens.
Sam. Grirlley and family are up
the river rounding up horses, but
are expected home before the 4th.
H. Klines came back from Elko,
Nev. this week and reports stock
looking well on that side of the
Al. Spaulding's smiling countin
ance was seen on Wednesday last.
Al. sampled some of "Billy's best"
bacon.
Mr. Brown from up the river is
down for the purpose of raising the
lower Malad bridge, the bridge is
being raised four feet on account cf
high water.
Rev. Wilson informs us that
Sunday is established at Kanaka
Fiat and is running fine G. L.
Eveleth was elected supt. there are
a large attendance.
Crops have been very backward
this season on the account of heavy
frosts and colu weather, but are
looking splendid at present the last
few days have been warm.
The funeral of Walter Schooler
took p'ace on Friday last, there
would have been several more peo
ple out if there had not have been
such a storm during the day. Mr.
Schooler was very much respected
and liked by ail who knew him.
r PU t . e
1 he lines run verv different from
what was expected, between the
Buckhard, Pullman and Wilson
farms, there was a difference 145
feet between Ballman's and M il- j
son's and about the same between
Lurkhard s and Ballman's.
Raven.
Briggs, June 2nd, 1896.
Everything is quit about Kanaka
Flat this wees.
Mrs. H. E, Barney is raising a
flqck of blue cranes a iiçl. magpies,
persons wishing such pets can be
accommodated by calling up her.
Mrs. Mollie Eveleth is organiz
ing a Good Templars lodge on
Kanaka Flat.
Mr, Geo. Eveleth has set out a
fine large orchard and contemplates
building a brick house soon.
Mr. George Abell after listening
to the lecture of the Rev. Mr. Sut
ton at Hogerraan returned home
and concluded to join the Good
Templars and the A. P. A.
Miss Dick Hopkins had a narrow
escape from an accident or perhaps
death last week by being thrown
from a wild horse. She escaped
with some bruises and a good shak
ing up.
Mr. Henry Smalley has got a
large band of blooded sheep and is
going into the business extensively.
Harry is a man of energy and en
terprise, if we had a few more
Smalleys things would boom on
Kanaka Flat.
_ Pet.
Kanaka Flat June, 1st, 1896.
87 in the shade.
Ranchers getting machinery
ready for first crop of hay.
J. G. Hale of Blue Lakes was
a visitor at sand springs, Monday.
Geo. Evelith has sold a part of
his Lake ranch to some eastern
parties.
H. Smally has gone in to the
sheep business, he got a flock of
John Hopkins.
Sam Briggs Jr. has located a
ranch and has set out a large
orchard near his father's place.
Miss Lina Lewis has built a new
residence oa her sand creek ranch
fenced, set out trees and made
other valuable improvements.
John Hopkins had quite an acci
dent the other day while on the
road to Hagerman, his horse became
frightened and caught the bitt and
— stopped.
A. P. Ames.
Hagerman, June, ôth, 1896.
Spring bas come at last.
Choice candies at Coltharp's
"Among the Breakers" was
grand success.
TNIr. Hale of Blue Lakes was in
town one day this week.
Quite a large attendance at the
"Patriots of America," Saturday
eve.
Snodgrass and Irons purchased
a tract of land of Jacob Stotze last
week.
Try Boyer's Eye Blacking, for
testimonials call or address Erwin
Condit.
W. W. Priestly contemplates
.
commencing work with his dredge
thL >. te*..
Joe Waldron returned from the
Elephant camp Saturday, and re
ports a good time.
Two prize fights at Duret last
week, contestants, Roy Boyer and
Erwin Condit, heavy weights;
Alvin Boyer and Stirling Justice,
feather weights.
John Schooler was called to Topo
nis Saturday eve' as his brother.
Walter was seriously hurt by a
horse falling on him.
John Hopkins and family, Will
Suodgrass and John Sawyer came
down from Kanaka Flat to attend
the "Patriots" open meeting,
Sherman, Meadows & Co., have
their w ater wheel nearly completed
on the west side of the river at the
lower Salmon Falls, and will com
mence mining as soon as done.
Bring your watches and clocks to
Hagerman and get tnem cleaned
as there is a first class jeweler at
Coltharp's store; rings made from
Snake river gold dust a speciality:
give him a trial.
Screech Owl.
Shoshone Falls, June 1 1896.
Mrs. Toyer has returned from a
visit to Shoshone.
The river has raised .about seven
feet in the past week.
Roy Toyer is howling in the
Devils corral and can't get out.
The road on the hill was put in
good shape by Mr. Clemons but
the storm of Monday knocked it in
to a cocked hat.
Judge Water's ranch looks fine •
a-., the buds are springing forth and
fiewers in bloom. The Judge goes
around with a gleeful air whistling
and
has superintended the planting of
230 peach and apple trees.
R. McColough stopped here over
night, on his way to Dickey, where
he goes to visit his son.
The Little Alabama Coon :
Rip.
BRiGGS TESTIMONY.
A Wonderful Cure——Science
Prevails Against the Ills
the Flesh is Heir to.
All readers of The Journal are by
name
of Dr. Darrin, who will be at the
New Columbia Hotel, Shoshone,
Saturday, June 6th, only, of this
week, and they have no doubt read
with interest accounts of the
this time familiar with the
many'
remarkable cures this celebrated
physician has performed. We sus
pect that many have read the testi
monials of grateful patients with
some suspicion as to their authenti
city, therefore we arc gratified to be
•able to present a testimonial that
must put at rest every possible
doubt. There is probably not a
better known man in this State
than Mr. Briggs,
almost a lifetime among the peo
ple of this section, and his reputa
tion is such that nobodv will for a
He has spent
moment question his truthfulness..
He has received relief at the hands
of the benefactor, Dr. Darrin, and
desires to inform the afflicted that
they may have the same opportun
ity. Mr. Briggs' testimonial is.
given below:
Brings Post office,Lincoln Co.,,
May 28th, 1896.
Dr. Darrin:
Dear Sir:—Your electrical and
medical treatment has helped me
wonderfuliv. Since I commenced
treatment with you, I am gaining in •
weight daily and work hard every
day, and feel like a new man. My -
cough and lung trouble is about«
cured. Yours sincerely,
S.-F. P. Briggs..
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