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The Blackfoot Hevas
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
PERCY JONES. PUBLISHES.
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION :
.$3.00
.One Year.
Six Months.
Three Months...
1.75
1.00
Advertising rates furnished on application.
Entered at the postoffice at Blackfoot, Idaho,
for transmission as second class mail matter
ELACKTÜOT. IDAHO, JULY J. 1888.
General Alger endorses the Dem.
ocratic administration on the pension
question. lie believes that when men
are given pensions on loss of hair, as
û shown by the records, it is time to
revise the rolls and erase the names
of the frauds.
Lizzie Bordes was acquitted by a
jury at least five days behind the
reading people of the country. But
then one thing was settled by the
trial and that was the folly of a pros
ecution trying to convict without
testimony.
Kansas will have a most interest
ing election in the fall. Judges will
be elected in 14 judicial districts,
and the new party will make a most
determined effort to arrest the judici
ary from the hand of the Republican
party.
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When a great government like the
United States pays out approximately
$150,00U,00G annually in freight to
foreign vessels for ocean shipments,
it is time for it to look after its own
ship building and merchant marine.
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This is another way ot accounting for ;
the drain in gold.
are small in comparison with the j
freights paid to foreign ocean vessels
combined with remittances made by
foreigners in this country to their
families in other countries and the
amounts taken out by American tour
»sts going abroad and foreigners re- j
arrth c g drTinl t e hIt^n tr^un^ Cie
drains that sap the cou ntry. ,
The shrill cry of-hard times ' has !
no more terrors' for the man who is >
free from debt than the shrill whistle
The shipments of gold to Europe j
of winter's wind for him who is seat- ;
ed in his warm home and knows that
his stock are comfortably sheltered.
He spends no sleepless nights over
storms in Wall street and bank fail
His sy mpathy may run out to
his fingers' ends for his mortgaged
neighbor«, but for himself he feels
ures.
safely anchored in the harbor from all
the beating storms. Happy thoughts,
happy feelings.
It is understood that State Senator
Underwood is a candidate for super
intendent of the soldiers'home. The
Senator should remember that very
grave charges were preferred against
him in his own district. It is hoped
that for the honor of the state, and
the reputation of the G. A. R. his ap
plication will not be seriously consid
ered until the charges are cleared up.
—Boise Sentinel.
Or uutil he carries out his "great
mind" aud sues the Idaho Falls Times
for its charges against him.
Tue crisis through which
we are
now passing, much as it is to be de
plored for the suffering it inflicts on a
few individuals, is a legitimate result;
of the abuse of credit, and. as I began
by saying, is a severe but wholesome
process of re-establishing a healthy
state of affairs. If, in the course of it,
inflated values are reduced; if chimer
ical enterprises have to be abandoned;
if firms whose liabilities exceed their
assets, and whose partners have been
for years living upon the property of
their creditors, arc compelled to
acknowledge themselves insolvent; if
so-called banks, which have proved
to be mere deyices for locking up the
money of their depositors in unavail
able assets, are forced out of busi
ness, and if gigantic corporations, the
resources of which have been used by
unprincipled schemers for their
own
benefit are brought back to their legit
imate fields of operation, surely the
public at large has no reason for lam
entation. A good work has been be
gun and must be completed, no mat
ter what efforts may be made to stay
jts course.—Now York Sun.
Our line of
SPRING
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Now Complete
Sateens | Grenada Cloth j Zephyr Ginghams | White Goods 1 Em broide ries I Etc | Etc
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Largest line of LADIES and. GENTS BOOTS and SHOES
in the West at very close prices for cash.
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Ingrain Hemp and
Body Brussels Carpets.
Misses and Bovs
Straw Hats and Caps.
C. BUNTING & COMPANY.
RACE FOR MARSHAL. I
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It<!, ïï* 0 ^ I S^rû S C^2l™a. " *
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LSpcciai to Th« Statisiias.j :
\\ ashixotuN, June 2G The race !
for T oited States marshal for Idaho
is getting interesting. E. B. True is -
nowont of it. The following haie
tiletl applications : F. W. Beane.
Blackfoot; S. Donnelly, Wallace,:
J. Crutcher. Silver City; Joe Jones,,
Montpelier; John Coodrou, Hailey.
Governor Stevenson and his Boise
friends are backing Crutcher. The,
mining interests of the Cœur d' Alenes
are for Donnelly. True and the Wood
river country people arc for Condrou.
The Mormon contingent of the Demo
cratic party support Joe Jones.
Tillingbast and the Democratic or
ganizations of the state generally are
backing Beane. The latter seems still
t0 have the call on the place.
Senator Dulxjis left toda> for
Springfield, Illinois. j
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Dr. Hicks is making his weather
j forecasts on a new timetable. He 13
running his machinery on the iiul
weather schedule.
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World's Fair Correspondence.

j g TATE Buildino Jackson
park ' J"nc24lh, 1303.-The follow
, ^ # recent jM|]e Qf (be SeatUe
! Post-Intelligencer is the opinion of a
> rivaI of Iclal10 frui( at lhc World's
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Fair:
'Much adverse criticism has been
;
: lavished upon the display of fruit
made by the state of Washington.
and in some respects it may be deserv
ed. On the whole, however, it is too
early in the season to prophesy. Much
of the criticism is the result of a feel
ing that Idaho is ahead in the compe
tition for prizes, and that Washington
; * 9 somehow in the "rear of the proces
sion. At the present writing there is
absolutely no ground for such a fear.
! Idaho has truly made a magnificent
; exhibition. She has, in fact, surpris
cd everyone, not less from the ebar
aeter as the variety of her fruits. It
has been well chosen, well packed,
and the jars are conspicuous for their
handsome appearance. The Washing
ton section adjoins that of Idaho. It
is larger than Idaho's, and more fruit
has been placed on exhibition than
either Oregon or Idaho. Counting
out California with its oranges and
lemons, interest seems to be centered
around the three states mentioned,
Idaho people are loudly boasting that
they are in the lead in every line, and
Colonel Babcock, of Arkansas, who
on the tables, is considerably chagriu
| ed over the inference that he has been
judged the fruit ten days after it was
talking too freely. As a matter of
fact opiniou seems to be divided as to
which of the three states lias the best
exhibit. In pears the "Idaho pear"
is a variety which we have not, but
in Bart.ietts Washington seems to be
ahead in regard to size aud flavor. In
apples the Idaho folks are making
great boasts of Blue Pearmains, but
for variety and sweetness Washington
and Oregon seem to be both ahead of
Idaho. Washington strawberries are
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) St now the marvel of everybody.
not morn for their remarkable size as !
for n. • n n i
for their flavor. Oregon comes close
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in this re8|ieet, and Idaho, while it has
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a good exhibit, is not in anvwav up!„
to either. Peaches and watermelons
auu watermelons
are claimed by tlie Idaho people, but
the Washington and Oregon otfieials
are quite confident of the success of
their respective exhibits. I„ grapes
also Washington is nhe.wi u.k,
aiso Washington is ahead of Idaho,
while her prunes are certainly equal'
to, if not superior. Idaho has twenty
two different varieties of apples, and
Washington something like thirty
dried fruits if Idaho goes ahead of
Washington ait all it will be on account
f the higher altitude at which the
rui . a arc grown It u not at all
i,^ e | v> however, that Idaho will be .
first ju lhc a gg rega te, and as for,
Oregon, she will havo a great deal
to do to beat the Washington exhibit.
[1c reason f or Oregon's good exhibit
the fact that the display is the re- -
3u| , of numerO08 wuntv and 8talc .
affajr9 Idaho tecms to bavc he r !
whü , c fruit crop at tlie Fair .
fauU cau u found wilh the Washing
If any
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ton fruit exhibit, it must be on account j
gj^tej neatness displayed by '
bc other states, anti the greater care
w j t j, wb j cb t be f ru -,ts have been select
^ This, however, is the fault of the
growers. A great competition will
ta j [C p| ace w hen the spring fruits come
a . a word in time will be of value I
It is the fault of the
commissioners.
to Washington fruit growers. The j
World's Fair is sometting more than
county or state fair,
competition here, not counties. Only
the very best should be selected, and
the greatest care should be exercised
in regard to getting it to the fair in
g0 <xl condition. One thing that is
noticeable m the Washington exhibit
is the fact that the jars have not in
many cases been properly labeler I
everything has fruit labels, whether
lt ** Peaches, potatoes, or peas,
States arc in
ST. LOUIS IS IS IT.
Exceedingly cheap rates to St.
Louis are now in effect. The Union
Pacific and Missouri Pacific IVy s are
running a daily Pullman Palace
Sleeper from Salt Lake City, Cheyenne
and Denver to St. Louis without
change. Pullman Dining Cars Den
ver to Kansas. For detailed informa
tion sec II. M. Miller, agent U. P.
System, Blackfoot.
Strength ant] Health.
If you arc not feeling strong aud
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La
Grippe" has left you weak and weary,
use Electric Bitters. This remedy
acts directly on Liver, Stomach and
Kidneys, gently aiding those organs
to perform their functions. If you
orn ofUienrl with <5!elr Itn-irlnohn
ar*. amtccci wuu oic.k Headache, you
will find speedy and permanent relief
by taking Electric Bitters. One trial
will convince you that this is the rem
WORLD'S FAIR BUILDINGS--No. 1. :
THE IIORTICLI.TÜRAL BUILDING.
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Height of dome 132 feet. Cost of
budding $300,000. The Chicago |
Union Pacific and Northwestern Line
offers rates as cheap as the cheapest
and unoxeeliptl necnmmrMlntinna tn
uuixctiieu accommfxjauons
CIlieaHO \o chance of ears enronte '
cuieagu. .to tuange Of cars enroute. j
For detailed information see II M !
iiiioiuiuiiuii act. n. i»J.
Miller, agent U. P. System, Blackfoot.
2,228,072.
edy y ou need. Large bottles only 50
cents at Dr. W. H. Beide and Son's
Drugstore.
These figures represent the number
of bottles of Dr. King's New Diseov
cry for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, which were sold in the United
S^tes from March '91 to March <|0
M ' t0 M " ,c "> J2 -
Two Million, TwoIIundred and twen
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ty-oight Thousand, Six Hundred anil
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Seventy-Two bottes so ( n one rear
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1 0 ."^ h antl cvt ' r J OofUe was boDI on
a positive guarantee that money would
be refunded if satisfactory results did
not follow its use. The secret of its
«uccess is plain. It never disappoints
f cle P. e , nde( ? 00 , l ' le
very best remedy for Coughs, Colds,
etc . i» ri ,. c 50 c. and *1.00. At Dr
W. H. Behle and Son's Drugstore.
WORLD'S FAIR BUILDINGS—Se. 2.
the woman s building.
Just south of the 59tb St. entrance.
Dimensions 200 by 400 feet. Cost
$140,000. Every lady should visit it.
Dou t forget that the Chicago, Uuian
HaciOc and Northwestern Line offer»
. the liest service and rates as cheap as
any line to Chicago. No change,
p 0 r additional information call on
tij C Union Paciüc agent, Mr. H. M.
Miller.
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OlANT 1*0W DER. -Cap*, Fuse.
! Dri11 aicv] ■ B,, S S - V Sbaft9 - 1>ule *'
Trees, Single Trees etc. at
! D. H. Bieihan's.
j C. Bunting & Co. are selling goods
' cheaper for cash than the same class
of goods can be bought anywhere eLc
in the county. Sec their 100 Pc. Deco
rated Dinner Set for only $15.50.
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All next week a big reduction in ,
ladies satin and calico waists, both
black and colored. Mrs Holbrook.
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Sarsaparilla
M. Hammerly. a welt-known luistne»» man
of Htmboro. la.. wadi ti*in Itiiihnibi in
the merits of Ayer'» Sana pur ilia: "S* v»*ral
year» aito, I hurt my Iffjt.Uir injur/ le ivni«
a »ore w liich l**tl to ery siprLi» My *tifft*riu
were extreme, iny Ivic. from the knee tot
ankle, being a »*»ll«l »ore. which hrtntu to ex
teml to other purl* of the Uxly. After try ins;
various renie« Hr«*. I licgtn lakinz Ayer*»
Sarsaparilla, ami. before I hml flni»he<l the
first I »of tie, I experienced great relief; the
second bottle effected a complet«; cure.**
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer 4c Co., Lowell, Mom.
Cures others,will cure you
Notice for Publication.
Lvsd Orne* at Ui.Ancroo? Idaho, *
21,t. DM. (
Notice 1. hereby (riven that the following
named «eitler L«< (lied notice or HI, Intention
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to make Dnal ptuof in Atipport of hl« claim,
.od that ««id proor win t>e mado tteroro the
Ifrfficter and iK'irlater at Hlacktnot. I l» ho, or.
August 4th. IHUJ. vix : Georve P Howell for
iv/tLf.S&S i£',Vu >? E '*' H ° c 2I '
ÄVÄiK
of. «aid I ft ml. viz : Robert .Mncklc. .lame«
Mnekte, Adolph Johnson, John Montgomery.
all ot Blackfoot, Idaho.
Pinny J. Axttnn,
Itctriiter.
: De * Crt ,nt< ' n,lon *° j
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J UxitidStat*« Land Orner. »
Blackfoot, Wnho. jonoaith m <
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sVMlulfnd^Âai^Vsmioî, 0 » 8 ^^^

my claim to the land above <ie«crlbef] before
tojtbe Keirlster and Receiver at lllackfoot, on
' Hattirday the ßth day of AumiRt. IHBI, ami that,
j I , ; xp.. c t to prove that »aid land ha» been prop
! Irrigated and reclaimed In the mariner re
quirctl by law, by two of the lollowIttK wit
Luther »I. Capp«. Charles B. Smith, Wm. A.
Womlin ami Krank W. Beane, all of Ulaekroot,
Idaho.
C. H. Jk.vkinho.v.
Jons G. Iluowv,
Kcirl*ter.
Delinquent Notice. >
EASTERN IDAHO WATER COMPANY. 1
A corporation : Location of principal place I
ofbuslne»», lllackfoot. iiinsrhomoo.. Idaho, i
'"^''hnauent upon the follow,
i ÜlîS i to ^t 0n J'£ 0 'I.'i„ ,of "«-»»ment ;
13, 1 ,n ,hP Wth ,| *J r " f April, ihm. i
the amount »ci tho name or below
m<n ' ,0,,t '' 1 " ,0Lkh0i,k ' r :
Name. oniflcate
Jam» H. nnioy. No. nm,
Blackfoot To.v.ite o No. p»i.',
iV ul ,! n aecorttenoe with law and the order of
IRÄw»b
:"muon*a h t"t r hV J înSf «Æmm»!« "
t3w.°S, p. y ,
quent a««e»»mentf emu of advortUm» and
CI P tnsi; ' ° r Uy order Board or Tro.tîr,
Secretary Easterni i'iuhirw "oJV^STpauV
tJlackfix.t, Idaho, June 15lh, IHM
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It is an Acknowledged Fact that
Bull's Grange Store, Blackfoot,
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BULL! BULL! BOLL!
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Is the Cheapest Store in the
Snake River Valley.
WHERE ARE THEY AT !
WHAT?
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SPRING DRESS
PATTERNS
and Piece Goods, the latest
and prettiest
Nothing like them ever in Blackfoot before.
JUST RECEIVED AT
Mrs. S. B.HolbrooliL's.
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«'ohll Deere a ml Moline PloWS HfllYPStPIS und
' nalTeSlerS AUQ
Co-op Wagon & Machine Company
IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO.
headquarters for
CULTIVATORS
Gilpin and Cassady's Sulky Plows. Full line
OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS
Hand and Press Drills, Planet Jr. Goods, Kain
Lever Harrow, also large assortment of
(»ardeii and Lrass Seed and Harness
Get our Prices before purchasing elsewhere,
G. G. WRIGHT, MANAGER

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