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The Blftokfoot Uêwc
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PUBLISH HD HVKKY SATURDAY.
PERCY JONES, PUBLISHER.
TERM* OP Si'll SC 1UPTION :
One Year....
Six Months..
Three Month*
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Ailrertlslns rout furulabed uu »aiiilcatlun.
Entered at t*i<« poacoßkt- at fllaelcfoot, Idaho,
fur treasuilssioii us avuund class inuil uiuttir
BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. JCI.Y t, IKfl.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
SMITH $ KERR,
Attorneys at Law,
IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO.
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R. V. GOÜSlEkR, j
J TTO R X'F V AT T AH'
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Idaho,
Practice m Ibo Su tu sad U. 8. Couru
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WIJX FBACTICE IN AU. COf UTS
BLACKF00T,
IDAHO
G. Ir. REXDLETOX,
Physician and Surgeon,
Ora, juste Medical Departrrem Enlrcrslly of
Dcnrcr. IM».
•*A legal!? cbariered Medical Colle«« In «uod
auodln«."-C-doredo Sutc Heard of .Medical
Exam In* I •
Idaho Falls,
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Stewart & Dietrich,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
(2)ackfoot, Idaho.
Prect.cc WtU Ihe Coum sod felted Bute,
Ltutl Uttcc*.
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W. A. DODGE M D
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
CALLS ANSWERED DAY AND NIGHT
OFFICE AT FERAIS» DRUG STORE.
DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY.
BLACKFOOT, * • IDAHO.
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S. C. WINTERS,
Attohney at Law
BLACKFOOT, IDAHO.
ÖT'Notarv Public in the ofllec.
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E. P. Bligkensderfer
A.TTORNRY at L»A\V.!B'
POCATELLO. IDAHO.
wui rrei-lice In aU Ihe Court* of the Stale.
J H BEAN,
Assistant Simioeon U. P Railway.
POCATELLO, IDAHO
tSTTalefTiipMc communicailoti promptly
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Titos. F. terrell 1
J. W. EDEN.
EDEN Sc TERRELL,
Attorneys At. Lnw.
POCATELLO, IDAHO.
Precllce In all *1*1« *n<l I'nllcd State* Courl*
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r. w. FAtus, j
CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS,
C. A. TUSH,
TUSH & FA^IS*
Rttimatr« Furni*h««i on nil kirnt* of work j
Dlleh Work n «pvolalty.
Maps, Plata, Traoin»*. Uluo t'rlnta. Etc. Eae- j
OUMSI on nhorl noli«'».
0W1CE—3sU Washington Avuimc,
UTAH. j
OGDEN,
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C,Banting, Jr, C.W.lpsn, G.Y. Wallace
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BANKERS
Biackfoot, Idaho.
TRANSACT 6ENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
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MONEY TO LOAN
On Approved Security.
Insure Your Buildings
Against Fire with
F. W. VOGLER,
Pioneer Insurance Agt.
He
Of Bingham County,
raprrsimts Fiva of the best
Fire Companies, also the
New York Life I 11 & Coj
Local Paragraphs.
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The sjiver lining to the fiuanciui i
I cloud«,ia showing again.
Boise City has three tickets m thu
I field for municipal officers,
j President Cleveland is spending a
'•"y® w,, b l*i a family at Buzz trd'
; Bay.
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j Bassett's stage line to the National
; Park had u good run for the mouth
* of June.
Soda Spring* I* overrun with sheep
The country around never fed
such flock» before.
Superintendent Gregory, of Fort
Hall School, will locate in Portland,
Oregon.
men.
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The nation»! debt decreased $1 .-1
21G, 258 in the mouth of June
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District Attorney Winters' fjrni'y |
j moved to Pocatello ou th .- J'Jili of last ;
j Black fools nine of Juveniles played j
Pocatello Saturday and returned borne
' with all the honors of victors.
ilm lio'ir T f r'ZJ zi .rÜfJ,! ", °
the Iward of County Cciuuimimim
will heein next Moud i\ (
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ttr. '
•' ,rM Neun» entertained
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, \ ' fneiid* from Nebraska a
few days this wevk w bo were en route j
r . in . . . ...i
1 aU " L umt - ;
deuce, last week, and arc now perma
Pocatello seUbol trustees have adopt-j
led ft rule not to employ single men i
nor m utual Indies in their schools,
j mouth.
of
Newt Shannon and family moved
into their new home, the Beeves resi
. iicnlly at home in Biackfoot.
it i.i«i Hngk* » .i* 1 1 ©.*» weiv in bSitukftxjl
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SL'huol Uh*v w uhl break llic rule Ik?
fore the lirai was Iiaif out.
Ikleii Gould, daughter of the late
Jay Gould expresses great love for!
Idaho because her father was so plea* ,
led with it. She registered at the
World * Fair building as an Idahoan I
Hall * Vegetable Sicilian Hair lie !
newer is ui.qiiesti«mblv the Ik*«', pr«'
servativt* of the hair It is also cut-.
alive of daudml!, tetter, and ali scalj» j
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affections.
A new butines* enterprise «ill soon
* Iks opened in Biackfoot It wilj lie a ]
jliig institution an«l with plenty of j
Lnterprising men
: »re not afnud of Biackfoot although
! the times may be us dull as Denmark.
* 1 capital behind it.
Dr Daniel Dorchester, Superinteml- j
j eut of Indian schools, prem lied
Icidlent »ennon in the M. K. Church, |
an ex
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,M: Nf'*ot- last Sunday morning. Hi* ;
theme was heaven. To the Christian!
heart it was as soothing and comfort. |
ing ns a balm to the bleeding heart i
Unfortunately fir main Christians ini
Hlaikfoot they did not hear him
Among the many "freaks'' tfferedl
for exhibition at the World* Fair i«
a lieu that ainravs walks ttackwanl, a
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: Shetland pony that is *o small that
j her shoes are mado from 120 gohl
1 p| m » i » razor that had liecn used by
Gtftirge Washington, an Indiau prod
igy, ag«ni four years, who can teeitc
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Thanaiopii,," and a garment 400
>cars old.
lie sure you get Ayer's - ' is an im
I |M»rtant caution lo all in search of a
j thoroughly.re'itihle blood-purifier, Ay
er's Sarsaparilla being the one which
there can ins in» manner of doubt. Ii
!i„.s M«><>< I tin- lest of nearly half
j centui v. ai'.«t has long been consider- 1
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j oil the stadiini.
A process lias been discovered
j whereby gold so line ns to be held in !
suspension in water for hours can be
saved, aud the mneliinery to be cm-1
ployed is now being ni:nuifactored on
an iiriini'iise scale. Thoufnuds ami
tliotisands of these jnaehiiic« will soon
lie located along the Sbiukc, Boise and
* i P.iyette river* A conservative csti
■ mate of ilia fine gold imbeilded in the
I sand along Snake river, places ils
* value at ten tlumsaml million ilollars.
—Caldwt 11 Tribune.
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^Powder:
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The only l'ure C-.eaui of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used iu Millious of Homes—40 A'ears the Standard.
, Almost a Ibaze.
Monday morning the luck yard of
Curtis' hardware »tore, filled with
boxe», wood chips etc., was discovered
on lire. The at arm was given out and
with the promptness of an organized
fire brigade, our citizens responded
and in a few moments the danger was
over and the flames extinguished,
The tire oiiginated from a spark from
the roller nulls. The lesson taught |
by the fire says : Clean up your back
yards.
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A llusif« Cheek.
The New York supnno court
recently decided that a baggage check
is not evidence that the bolder bad
any baggage in Hie custody of any
parlies, nor does it establish any eon
tract to deliver any baggage U> any
particular place. A check is only a;
token attached to an article of bag- j
gage by which it may be identified.
If 11 person alleges llut be committed j
l J,<eu °f baggage in a transportation
company or other common carrier, u,
lie delivered at a destination, aud the :
baggage tie lost or not so delivered.
me ciaimiiit must prove ail me r tua. I
The cheek inuv assist ill estabiisliiu*»
1 tuecii may assist in csiaiuisiiiug ,
, j : : ii .,.
' U.IIUIS tu.igeii, out it lias no
fc ,, t . ci .,, ennt . t|ly or f()rcP- |
« . in suhstinee is remirled u>
onto, in suusiauu, is reporu.il to
he I be decision of I he court mention
It follows that ft passenger lias 1
no evidence of any baggage corn in it
tl)a ar rkr nor contract for its !
delivery. The ticket for passage only '
mentions the amount of baggage that |
the holder is permitted to carry on
the contract for passage, tint it does
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nut specify or mlitiii timl itnv Itajruu^t*
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h being ci«rrictl. Tbc only security j
which ihe paiksea^cr has ia the prum
ii*es is in the honesty and cspability
of tbc employes to whom the baggage
•» cmuujiUcd. Perhsp*, if they wert
in the bal.it of losing baggage, the|
employing company, rather than be
"bout the matter, woi.id turn
«ff tile delinquents.
Considering the.
1,1,1 Lille i» lost.
mislaul than there nre passengers
vast »mount of baggage transported,
Fewer trunks are
killed aud wouudod by the common,
carriers.
Ayer'« Pills possess the
virtue* of the best known medicinal
p | anU These Pill* arc sdentiflchlly
curai iv©
pri'jiared. arc easy to take, aud »afe
lor young and old. They are inval
for the relief and cure of stomach
uablc for regulating the bowel*, and
double*.
Confederate Money in 1SG5.
Here is a letter which was receive«!
a few dar» ago by tbo Inmliort) of Ihe*
Brown house Macon, G a :
HoMEO, Midi , June 3, 1S9 .I—DfaR
Sir : 1 slopped at t our hotel in ihe
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spring of ISO.), and I paid $î»3 per
«Iny for dav Itoaul. I wish Ui enquire
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if yOUr rates arc* Still the Raffle, as 1
then thought, and still think, that the*
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price was high, considering qualily.
1 stepped up to the clerk—I do not!
know if he is still with you - -and ask
ed the price of meals.
The clerk re
plied: "rifly cents In silver, $1 in;
Cou federate
$25
greenbacks,
money.'' Whereupon I paid him $25
in Confederate money and took break
in
fast. At noon l stepped up to the
a-desk and inquired the
rates. The j
clerk said : "Fiftv cents in silver, $1
{in greenbacks, $jJ m Confederate
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money. I planked down $50 in I
Confederate money and took dinner, j
At teatime I inquired the price of \
meals and the clerk said: "Fifty ;
cents in silver, $1 in green backs, $100 j
in Confederate money." I passed ■
over the $100 in Confederate money j
and went into ihe dining romn. The]
next morning l left the camp—head-]
quarters 4th Michigan Cavalry—and
walked dotvu to the hotel and asked ]
1 he same clerk the price for breakfast j
He answered : "Fifty cents in silver. :
I sai«T:-"Howi
$1 m greenback».'
aUiut Confederate money?''. The
clerk »aid : '-We don't take Confed
erate money this morning," and I rc
joined : "Very well; I don't take any j
breakfast with you this icorniup."
Yours tiulv,
11. \V. IlltADLEY.
| |, ls t week.
Mr*. U. Mitchell, of the \V .C. T.U.
organized two societies at Saiubria
ST. I.Ol'IS IN IN IT.
I Exceedingly cheap rates to St.
i Louis are now in effect. The Union !
Pacifie and Missouri Pacific It'\* arc
running a daily Pullman Palace
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Sleeper from .Salt Lake City, Cheyenne
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and Denver to St, Louis wilhout
, ... . n »-I
l ullmaii Dining Cars Del*- ;
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ror detailed informa
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j tlOtl 6t* 0 II. 3*. Miller, fluent t. I.
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change,
ver to Kansas.
j System, Biackfoot.
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and not lew than one million people j
: have futiiiil just such a friend in Dr.
Kn*#'* New Discovery for Consutup-,
^ Coughs, and Colds—If you!
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" avc '• evt ' r used this Great Cough
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Medicine, one trial will convince you
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| that it has wonderful curative powers]
diseases of Tliroat, Chest nad
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Lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to j
1 ' 10 5,11 U,at «• money will ,
'*e refunded. Jrial Imt.les free at
! Hr 'V. 11. Behle & Sou's Drugstore.
' Large I io tiles 50c. ami «1 00
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A Million Fre uds.
A friend in need is a friend indeed,
Silk mitts aud gloves a specially
Mrs. Holbrook.
WOKI.D'S FAIR IltlUIlXisS—'\o. 1.
nuiawiAui I.
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TUE UORTICILTLUAE BV1LD1.NO.
Height of dome 132 feet. Cost of!
j busldiog; fSOb.OOO The Chicago
| Union p acific nu ., NorthwehltrQ Line i
offt . ri| rate(( a , che#1J l(ji) cheapci|t
a „ d Iin „ X( , olw acx *, mmo d al jons to
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Chicago. No change of cars enroule, i
j F(lf (k> , ai | C(l inforintttioI1 |j. M
yijjw i^ v m I' p. System. Biackfoot.
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For YearSj,
:••* i Amur. E. STori.u i i-i.. «-i i y*irr
\ N II., •* I Vk» alttiCUMl wish au
j r^utmelf »«ver© |alu m ihe Jukcj ;juii of
i d«*L Th© helium «;i* a» it a to»*
weight w:i» h*id
on « »jvm the Me©
id my liana Dur
a'.tackf.lh©
I *r t »j* 11 al u»u wo« .«*1
\ ilibU to sirup»
Nk my lat e. auU il was
i^utiy lor in© to
^7 lu.tfe© xiiBtricui
^ « II« M i ©V«*tl tO Wl»l!y
*H*r. They c a 11 » ©
suuth'ttly, at any
hour ol Hu* *l»> or
uipiit. lasiing ncui j

in
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thirty ndnnte* to
halt a day, Icaviiic a* tnd«l«tilt. hut, for
several «lay* after. I wa* quite pro»
1 mied and sore Sometime« ihe sltael.«
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w«tt Almost dniîy. then loss frequent After
nlmut four yesrs of this st.fif'tinj. 1 was
i ?°* n wln ' 'T 1 .'' 1 '! '?"•
when I hfÇMti to ree«'ver. I had the twibl
ATtwek of my Old tmuhl*« I evei experleneed.
Al n '> ,no " ,cr
me A yer'ii rills, my doctor r«'rts»r.merdDii:
them ;t« Itelnc t»e;tor Ilian anythin*: lie
™" UI 1 ^
i Fills, .an«! s«» prent was ihe benefit derived
that »luring nearly thirty years 1 have hud
I tit one Attack of my former trouble, which
s*!eldcd rcmtlly to the Mine remetly."
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AYER'S PILLS
P*v;»;ireiJ by Hr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Macs.
Every Oosc Effective
Iutellrrtnally DemnrrsUc.
Mur.«t Halstead has j »in.-.I -lohn J
j logins* in proiiauuvtng tiic Fifteenth
Amendment a lleiHibiican disannoint
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meut. The inference is that the Re- i
I put.ilican parly never eared for the j
j negro except as a voting chattel. J
\ Halstead says that if the Republican
; party is ever to break the Solid South j
it will bo when tin: negro question is 1
left to disappear and business qu"«. '
lions become the ground of debate. !
While this lias a plausible side, the {
Republicans have nif.de such bad j
selections in their business questions,
that they cmiuot do much more with
them in the South than with F> r.-ej
bills. The South bas been against
high tariff tor 75 years. It is •»*> « j
wilting to accept the John Sherman .
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finance any more than the Tom lteed ;,
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extravagance of national expenditure. 1
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The political teaching of the whole
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South is Jeffersonian an«i Jacksonian '
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RecoiUilruction rcooixlfi have dificred
I
iioil Republican ml minist ration in
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cverv Southern stale but if Lincoln's i
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policy of restoring the Union had
been followed the Federalist!« ami
centralizing doctrines of the Repub
lieun party would have mado small
inroads upon the Democratic mnjort
ties.—.Repnblta
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AODREEC: GAM FRANCtGCO, CAL.
Desert Land, Final I'rouf.—Notice for
s Publication.
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CriRD Sj-ath« I.ssn Omrr. i
Biackfoot, Idaho, June sth, 1395. (
Nnlice la herc hj iflren that Kren T. Iluhols
of Blackluui. Maho. baa Sled notice of his io
letithm if» muke proof on hi» dwerMnnd c*lxiri
No. 142 k. for tbc* unuurveyod NE 4 . K **. NW*
Sec.i4T|* 2 booth. Eunice IA ©a*t. and lot*
and2. Sec H».T*p Zaouth. ran«© :$e..*t. t>
lore itegieter *md Receiver at iimektoot, Ici;
ho. Mondayt ItAf i7»ti day of 'July. IHiCj.
He imnicp the fo(l''W;nif vltaeUPI to prove,
the complete frritfatiou and reclamation of
paid land : Ipaac EHcson, Eugene T. Uoi* t *
G©orite A. Women aud Jusyuii Uubbs all of
Black loo-, Idaho.
Notlec fa r I n M iration.
LixuOrncic at Hi.iecroor inano. i
Jm»sut.ww. <
Notice i. hereby çiven that the following
named sculor I S' fl.oil .oticc of hm intctitioo
u> mssc flnsi poof ia supjxjrt of b^ claim,
>n<i thatsuiu inuof win tw unde before the
iii-Ki.ter nmi m-irutcrat iMacktoot. Uabo. or.
ÄÄMiÄsÄ 1
i*p. z simth.*Ksnacas East u u, "
lie Minis the follownw wituc-ssea to prove
j hj» «xmoowou.
, Mick.c.AU«U.b Jenson. Job.. IXont^omery.
lteifistcr.
rcm'.Y J. A It SO*.
Register,
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Penny J. Assox.
NOTICE.
In.iCKroor. lo.ino, June ."rd. 1'83.
XTOTirn is hereby inve-n that th© followiiis'
A" Um^hatn <. Warrants will l»e paid
u * >,m pr«***t*'*** Interest tb^renm to
date If presented within sixty day* iroin
iÄÄÄ. ' 0tCrt '* t WtU ,roaJ
general fund
AUw>rrauu registered t.o January ui. i?a:..
i au -rrer.u r^ur^.S.
HOAD FUND
AU warrants rcstatentd to date.
It. w. Crnri*.
Treasurer of Dingtum County.
j C. s. La.ni» Omen at m.ACKrooT. lPAn«. i
Notice Is herob)- «Iren thal Patrick Murphj-.
i of u< avi-r Canon. Fremont county. Idaho, ha*
filed notio© til hi* intent^ » to m«k* on
fiepen Un«J<*lMin» No. 1*82. for Uw? SW^ S©c. 4.
T« p. H bouih. Rang© oi v*>t D. M . Lclure R©g
l»t©ra«d llx'Hvcr at Idaho,on Sat
urday. the 15ih da» of July, Iffiii
He natnoa th© ftrltowing «ntaesscs to prove
the ©oniplet© irrigation and ivclamatiou of
tkaid land : .lame# P. iiuncan. Wililam W.
t IHKMI 9 , John Graham and James. F. Wood, all
of ülaeklout, 14mg ham c**muy. Idaho.
Plumy J. Anso*.
Register.
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Desert Land, Final Proof.--Notice for
Pubiiealic...
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ROPOSALS FOR BIDS
E>
FOR SUPPLIES.
Bid* will be rt-wived by the Board of Direc
tor» until July IMh. ltln. tor turturhlnaThe
Idaho Itienne Aeylum Ihe loLom In«- named
article* :
PROVISIONS.
SAX* lbs. Flour,
Km ** Graham Flour.
10J '* Corn Mewl.
<X>0 " oai Flake.
rO.v^i " Uni» and Short».
I 2 , 0 uü " Frtnh He©r.dr©Ä»cd by tbc side.
4«*J " .Mult.»» dre^MNt.
!fiO ** ANulfish, 2 lb. blocks <scnd M»m
** Mttckerfl.
3.0«» ** GrwnulaU*d Stfjmr.
101 ** Pulvertxed Siijrwr.
hiO ** Fresh Lunl. pule.
IvO ** C'heeM*. full cr»'»on.
IK* ** Uttkfnir Puwdcr, Royal.
Co0 " <'A»fle©. jrrecn.
15 •• Tew.
aw " It:CO.
1 5 *• irtickors.
5.» * Sweet Owckcrs.
SoO •* Salt, fine.
iXM " Salt, r«»ck.
<0 ** Macwnmt.
•• Popper (unpround )
«X) •* Hwi»ins.
•* Tobacco, pluff. (Jrt%*c brand »
" Tobacco. *rm*kn«tf. <pive brand.»
l'Ai p«l 5 Syrup iu 4 1 r. 1 -.hm k©K».
la» ** Apple Cldc«' Vmc#w* .
2 do*. Uottles FiccalUlic.
2 •* Houle» t'wtwun.
2 " Uottles SaUd llrcssingr
ti *• Csns Pt'ars, California.
« " t ans Pcaehe*. Owiifornia.
6 *• Uaua «lys ter«
h ** i'wns T.»mau#cs.
CLOTHING.
• i !ee
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0nr Eloetr(r U|tb un, Pi.m for n F u.nK

*«««•><* ««nutating «.no brick bmhUaa ion >
\ I»«* n . two Fiori©s hlith
;, Fuium_o.m*ti«m c<m««rni»a the butMimn
to In- ln'«u-,l iokI llalmvl. »Ill I'e iurm.lu-U on
■t'i'iic*M»n i>y ti«o Mi-an-al .Siipcrintviuit-iii. i
lislden. fur ike tat-Htlnir ami plant* |
»£<•> »*i>Mti'uitr tnvueu to t», present wns j
th© Hi mi itt of DlltCton« at tbu Asylum on
Jtuy tsui. VW.
Full avwilptloDh or sâinplMi w hen )*i*ac
Ukwblc will Rccotnpany vach Old. and proton
©neo will be rivet) buhl©«* who furnish »«m
P*® 1 « , , .... . . ,
Acouptvtl FAmpIc* will be kepi *»n 0 pit Id for,
aotwicceiMcci tvtuituHt at Ltädtw* ©a pew*©.
llUWert uro requested touiwke their twice* ]
for ipHutA uvliveirti ,vi rmirtMiw «le|»» t »n lilack
Utot, freight iwcpulti when rutliwtt ttmmpur-j
ti tioti i» m ovtMo t, otuerwikc lu L©ieliTtrcti
Kids mtftft bo iu tewled ©Dvriopcui, nmrkod
"Ilklt fur SuppliWi" «oui wHIrwHii u> The
hiMholasaue Asylum, ui«ekfo<>t, Ici»iu>.
Ibo HoktM rutteree*the riKbi m reject «mjr
otul all bius II) order of the Ik^rd,
1 N- aL?re'arj.
6 dex F«lrs SuspentVvrn
Fait» Mow s Arctic Overshoe»
* I'airff Wu'.nin'« A rile uvcrthoc»
• Fiitrf Men'. 1 * ShtH'*»
1 ** J'aiit« Woman's Snoe».
1 *• Fair» Men*« boots.
1 ** l'air» Men s Glove*.
J " F*lr*Ovet*II».
HW y«I*. I'nMrachvd. € 4 Sheeting.
1.0 ** l(l('«clied, KKI ShorUtijr
)0J " Hkitchcd 4-1 Pillow Cktlog.
1.0 " Miiüilii.
:*0 '* Shirting. (trnO sample«.»
i0.» " Gingham.
»0 TowcUnr.
ô0 " Double Fared
Ä» *• Spool* Tread. G. N- T., Ulack
(and White.
Canton Flannel.
fl ** On«t Hutton*.
f> ** Vc*t Hutton*.
10 " Hone Drt's* Hutton*.
6 gm** Trouacr Hut ton*.
,% lb*. Vi! mi.
5 *• Saxony Vorn.
FIEL.
CÔA.CA' lbs. Kock Sprinc* Coal.
Ä» C«*rds Wood, t • ar.
the
riaht nriraui
Il o ut F*
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Uay! Hay'!
When you are getting ready for
haying remember that I have the cel
•brntfcd Jackson Pork, also Double
larpoou Fork, the best hand Forks,
Vire Cable, Hope, all sizes, Pulleys
Carriers, Lubricating Oil, etc., at
D. IL Bietqas.
, Eue CIomks and SotcUtdæ»
j Eye Gltuuea and Swxuid*.
i Do you want eye glassesorspecta
elcs, something that will fit the eye
..firrecth ? Then call and see these
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at II. A. Mondschein s in Curtis bard
Tiioi- onin*i* i Iwr
i »are store, iliey are goiug a. a oar
B»in.
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C. Bunting & Co. nre selling goods
away down low for spot cash.
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FOK SALE.
Thc undersigned offers for sale 200
inches of water from the Corbet
SSougli Dileb.
Apply to
Biackfoot, Ida. . G. W. Benjamin.
MONEY Î
Can furnifh money on improved
farms at as low a rati as can be had
in Bingham county.
T. J. Smith,
Idalio Fall?.
A Great Liver Medicine.
Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pilis
i are a sure cure for a sick headache,
j bilious complaints, dyspepsia, indi
gestion, costiveness, torpid liver, etc.
These pills secure perfect digestion,
correct tlie liver, enrich the blood
and make the skin clear. They also
produce a gtAld appetite, and invig
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1>V lilt il tonic flCtlOII.
crate and strengthen the entire sys
Sold at
25 cents a box by Dchic & Son.
Daily Stage Line.
MARKET LAKE TO REXRCRG. ST AX
Lphtpii Market Ukcv cverv mornmjr on
errival
d^y.
of train from South, retnroinir same
GIL F. FLETCHER.
Proprietor.
BIG BARGAINS.
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DANILSONS
FOR
Groceries,
Dry Goods,
Hats 5 Ties,
Boots and Shoes,
Shirts, Socks,
Collars, Gloves, Etc.

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Biackfoot, Idaho.
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We Will Not Be Undersold.
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PeJ P{ock Prices for
CASH.
FARMERS!
We arc Now Prepared to Pay the
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FARM PRODUCE

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