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0 VOL. 7. BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1893. NO. 3 Home and Surroundings. Black foot will celebrate on tbe 4th. Dr. Hicks' predictions of good weather are few and far between as repot ta of good times over the country A number of parties from Fall river were down on land business Thursday. Rev. G. C. Stull left Monday even ing for bis borne at Billings, Montana. Fifty thousand people have been made homeless by tbe overflows along the lower Mississippi river. The gate receipts for the World's Fair for the month of May amounted to #882,90$.50. Wood River is reported higher than It has been for 12 years. Idaho Falls base ball club will play tbe Blackfoot club at Blackfoot on the 4th of July. Sheriff Woodin and Deputy Winn went over to the Carriboo country Thursday on business. Twenty-two presidential postmas ters were appointed Monday. Hailey, Idaho, captured one of them. James Mathess, first cook at the Asylum, left Monday for a month's vacation in the National Park. The Idaho Falls bias« band will furnish music at the Blackfoot cele bration on the 4th. 4 'hartes K. Norris has been appoint ed postmaster at Hailey. One by one the rueebuda open. Ralph T. Morgan, of Spokane, has been appointed commissioner of deeds for Idaho. District Attorney Winters snd fam ily will move to Pocatello about tbe ist of July. W. A. Downing returned from a two week*' visit to Salt Lake City Tuesday evening. as as in is of in Park City, Utah, hank failed Mon. day. Liabilities sre placed at #130, 006 . T. 0. Cook has been appointed postmaster at Camas vice F. A. Pyke resign«!. Assayer Frank Church will assume the duties of his office about the first of July. Blackfoot will send a number of parties to the National Park this summer. Bleeding at tbe nose may be stop ped by chewing gum rapidly. That's one good word for gum. The Idaho Falls Odd Fellows have the best furnished lodge room iu the State. It is a room of beauty. Cholera has appeared in Southern France and at Hamburg. England is doubting her precaul ions to keep it from her shores. Dr. Dorcheateris undej instructions to remain at Fort Hall Indian school until the now superintendent arrives tor duty. A Washington dispatch say* Sena tor Dubois has abandoned his trip to Europe and will return to his Black foot home in July. Kidder Bros., Salt Lake lumber merchants, failed Tuesday for #50, 000. Their troubles were precipitated by the Park City bank failure. Swla Springs country is overrun with sheep this season. Two shearers' camps are in full blast near the towu. Henry Lucas, a tramp who was mealing a ride on the trucks of a pas senger train was killed at Pocatello Tuesday morning. The Broom Hotel, Ogden, was closed Monday by a foreclosure of the lease. The lesscoa failed to rent. p«y Intense heat prevailed in Minne sota and Dakota Monday and Tues day. Tho mercury stood at 92 to 100 in the shade. Bull, the cast side merchant, is one of the busiest dealers in town. His bargains attract daily crowd» of cus tomers around him. Carpet» at 2ft et» to $t.5li per yd. at C, Bunting * Co'a. Judge Standrod will probably bold a term of court in Bannock and Fre mont counties, each, during tbe month of July. Sheriff John »ou, of Lemhi county brought over a patient to tbe Asylum Monday afternoon. This is Lemhi's third one within a short time past. Dinwoody, of 8a!t Lake City, has bought the Pocatello Furniture Com pany's stock and will, we understand, continue tbe business. Special trains will run for the accommodation of persons wishing to attend the celebration of the 4tb at Blackfoot. After Monday there will be no sec tion men on the road between Idaho Falls and Pocatello save the foremen of sections. Rumors bave it that a new time card goes into effect on the TÎ. & N. Ry. Sunday, and that one passenger train, the day train, will be taken off tbe run. as on Nine hundred bead of cat tle were re-sbippod at Idaho Falla Thursday afternoon. They were Utah cattle going to Montana. Hon. James H. Wickersham, of Boise City, is seriously ill, suffering principally from paralysis of the right side. Travel over tbe divide to Soda Springs has been resumed, and immi grant teams make tbe trip without impediment or trouble. Reports from Shoshone say that under the new time card trains will run only every other day on the Hailey branch road. a One of the great curiosities at tbe World's Fair it Jennie Campbell, a girl 14 yeara old and weighing 600 pounds. The deputy revenue collectors for Idaho will all be appointed and in of fice by 1st of July. Edward Taylor, of Idaho, graduate from Weat Point Military Academy at this week's commence ment. Attorneys W. T. Reeves and W. H. Puckett were over from Boise Wed nesday. During bis visit Mr. Reeves sold his Blackfoot residence to Newt Shannon, late of Pbillipsburg, Mont Tbe appointment of a new Indian agent for Fort Hall reservation and a superintendent for Fort Hall Indian school may confidently be looked for within the next ten days. A crusty old bachelor says : Some girls should be named Misery because they sre always runuiug after com pany. The railroad Co. will make some valuable improvements of its property at Idaho Falls. The depot building will be moved and additional tracks put down. Blackfoot is fearing no disaster to any of its bnsineas firms. Its bank is as solid as a U. 8. depository and its mercantile houses are as strong today as they were two or three years ago. K. A. Readicker and family, of Lost River, returned from tbeir visit in Oxford valley Thursday and tinued their journey homeward. Ed Cooper who was arrested at Blackfoot by Sheriff Smith, last fall, and taken to Hailey on a charge of stealing Logan county scrip, was ac quitted by the Jury in his trial this week. Rexburg is planning for a big cele bration 4th of July. Bishop Donald son will be orator of the day. What is St Anthony doing. The enthusiasm of a successful 4th may start the hall in motion for the county sent President Cleveland is much dis turbed over the Ford theater building horror and will give personal atten tion to the matter of securing a full investigation. The young people, about 30 in number, gave another one of their surprise parties last Monday. This time it was at the Hopkins ranch, where they spent s thoroughly enjoy- ! able evening. was a ly. at is as and con- the up Dr. a is her wear right has the wide at and j Fourth of July Meeting. A meeting of the citizens was held at the opera house on Saturday even ing last, for the purpose of arrang ing for a Fourth of July celebration. Ftank W. Beane was called to the chair and F. S. Dietrich elected secre tary. A committee of nine on gen eral arrangement« was appointed as follows: F. W. Beane, F. 8. Dietrich, D. H. Biethan, T. J, Lillis, R. V. Cozier, E. Burrell, Geo. L. Wall, W. A. Woodin, Dr. Givens and Geo. F. Ga gon. The meeting then adjourned till Tuesday evening when the following committees were appointed. finance; Given*, Dietrich, and Gagon. ATHLETIC BP0RT8: Lillis, Cozier and Milter. PRINTING AND TRANSPORTATION. Besne, Dietrich and Wall. GROUNDS AND DECORATION: Woodin, B. 8. Holbrook, Ferguson. Mrs. Beane, Blanche Jones, and Mrs. Barnhart HORSE RACES: Biethan, Wall and Woodin. music: Vogler, Thompson, Dietrich, Mad* amea Biethan and Burrell. EVENING DANCE. John Glenn, Goo. H. Holbrook, and E. A. Burrell. The subordinate committees wilt re port to the general committee on this, Saturday evening, and tbe prospect is, Blackfoot will have the largest cel ebration of any town in South-eastern Idaho. Full particulars next week. -Vor Man for Fort Hall. Mr. Baker, of Fort Shaw, Montana, has been appointed to the «uperinten dency of Fort Hall Indian school, and came down to the school Thursday afternoon. He belongs to tbe civil service class. It is not known whether the appointment is permanent or not He was wired from Washington to down and take charge. come Bob Tartar Killed. Bob Tartar, for years notorious in tbe Teton Basin for corraling other people's horses, was killed last Satur day night in Eagle Valley, Eastern Oregon, by bis brother Dan. The brothers quarreled over a horse and Dan shot Bob and kilted him instant ly. Dan has served a term in the penitentiary for horse stealing. The order of the U. P. company during the working hours in the shops at Pocatello from 9 to 8 hours a day, is another twist in the vise of "tight times" in the Gate City. If it be true, as reports have it, that 400 men affected by the order, it will be equiv alent to the discharge of 50 men. The company is feeling the squeeze of "tight times" a# well as individuals and under the squeeze it becomes nec essary to reduce expenses all along the line. Dr. Dorchester and wife are still up at Fort Hall Indian School. The Dr. who is superintendent of Indian Schools, is out West on a tour of in spection, and having found Fort Hall a splendid place for a few days rest, is taking advantage of it before uowiug his journey . Mrs. Frank Leslie is again free to marry. She obtained a divorce from her husband, Willie Wilde, on the grounds of drunkenness, failure to wear bis false teeth aud other similar charges. Mr. Wilde is denied the right to marry again. C. C. Tautphus, of Idaho Falls, has a contract Jo build a caual near Mountain Home 20 miles long. For the first 2 miles it is to be 80 feet wide at the bottom. Head quarters for sporting goods at Feruish Drug Store; Base Ball and Bats, Fishing Linas and Flies a specialty. re of are rc >1«> ' It of A Detroit school uses tbe Colum bian postage stamps as a text for essays. They form quite a picture gallery, and, as generally known are descriptive of the discovery of this countrjf There is no excuse for any man to appear in society with a grizzly beard since the introduction of Bucking ham's Dye which colors a natural brown or black. the as H. A. Ga Idaho has sliver drinking cups at her fountains in the 8tate building. They are solid silver and weigh about 20 ounces each, while the chains which attach them to the fountains are also of pure silver. They were contributed br tbe ladies of Idaho. Now is tbe time to Paint till your house. Just received a full line of Mixed Paints of extra quality and Pure White. Cheaper than Ben Fernisb. ever Payette has a Fruit Growers Asso ciation and from this time on there will oe no trouble about its shipments and handling of fruits. Heretofore every grower was for himself and everyone had more or less trouble in getting lus fruits to market in due season. Much of the cooking at the World's Fair restaurants is done by electricity. It requires only four minutes by the watch to broil a steak, three minâtes to boil water for eggs and six minutes to make ooffee. In the ordinary way fifteen minutes are allowed to each pound of weight to cook a turkey, but by electricity only ten minutes are re quired. Just think of such a cooking apparatus in one a home. A man in in bed can touch a button and bave tbe stove hot before he can dress and reach the kitchen. Oh my ! Happy days and restful nights re sult from using Ayer's Sarsaparilla It so regulates all the badiiy functions and strengthens the nervous system that worry and fatigue are compar atively unknown and life is truly en joyed. It is certainly a most wonder ful medicine. Remem her the W. 0. T U. social this. Friday evening, at Miss Stew ard's. Fire Works at Fernisb Drug Store. Largest assortment of Paint Brushes in the city. Call at Fernisb Drug Store for prices. Just received a new line of black lawns aud black sateens. re Mrs. Holbrook. Don't forget to get yonr File Works for the 4th at Fernisb Drug Store. All next week a big reduction in ladies satin and calico waists, both black and colored. Mrs Holbrook. GI A NT POWDER—Capa, Fuse. Drill steel, Buggy Shafts, Double Tree», Single Trees etc. at D. H. Dielh.in's. C. Bunting & Co. are selling goods cheaper for cash than the same class of goods can lie bought anywhere in the county. See their 100 Pc. Deco rated Dinner Set for only #15.50. Silk mitts and glove* a specialty Mrs. Holbrook. Keep your eye on the Fernish Drug Store and see their display of Fire Works. C. Bunting A Co. will ship 1,500 tons of ore, this season, from their Lost River mines. Poles. Desert I .and*.—Notice of intention t# Make Proof. Uhit«i> Stats* La»i> Omni, I Blackfoot, Idaho, Max 10th. 1WR < I, Jennie I». Anson, of Blackfoot, Idaho, who made deeert l»nd application No. law on he II day of November. 1SW. for North half Sectional, Townships South, Range H5 Rg,t. Boi»o Meridian, hereby give notice of my In tention to make Anal proof to establish my claim to the land above deeorlbod before the Roglmcr and Receiver at Blackfoot, on Erl >1«> the Rid day pect to prove ttai irrigated and qulred by law, by two of the following wit neate* : Eugene T. Rose, tsaar Kriceon. John W. (liven*. 1*. York, all of Ulackfoot. Bingham county, Idaho. of June, law. aud that I ei at «aid land ha* been properly reclaimed In the manner re ; Pkrht J. A »so», Register. NOTICE. Application for Pardon. ' SjOTlCF. It hereby given lh»t the under signed will make appllcetlon for psrdon It the near» meeting of the Honombln Hoard of Fardons In July, Mis.* O'tiRiK» Dated June 16th. INS to NOTICE All accounts on our books must be paid or closed by approved notes by July 1st No further credit will be extended unless these con ditions are complied with. We trust our friends and patrons will govern themselves accordingly. C. Bunting & Co. Merchants. at June 1st We Have Come to Stay. Drug» at Living Frlcet. The Fernish Drug Store, Dodge k Pernlab. Proprietors. SeoODd Door South of Uw Reer« Hotel. -THE PLACE TO BUT Fresh Drugs and Patent Medicines. Opposition is the life of trade, and if you want a good thing to stay with you, patronize it You will always find in stock Stationery, Chemicals, Drug Sundries, Toilet Articles, Per fumes. Paints, Oils, Colors, Paint A SPECIALTY, COMPOUNDED Brushes, Cigars, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco. All kin Is < t Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Purposes only. GALaLa and br gonvingrd. W. A. DODGE, M. D., office in Drug Store. Calla answered day or night PRESCRIPTIONS DAY OR NIGHT. A nice line of Carpets, A nice line of Wall Paper And Window Shades. A car of Furniture soon. BEST FOR THE MONEY His Men's Clothing, His Boys Clothing, His Boots and Shoes, His Furnishing Goods, AT COST The following I am selling at cost : A few dozen boys shirts, 3 dozen heavy shoes, 2 dozen small boys canvass shoes, 16 dozen good brooms only 26 cents and 30 cents. I have the best Irrigating Rubber Boot and Long Handle Shovel on the market You can get your money's worth when you buy these goods.