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»The Biackfoot Nevus
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
PERCY JONES, PUBLISHER.
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION :
$3.00
One Year....
Six Months..
Three Months
1.75
1.00
Advertising rate* furnished on application.
Entered at the poetofflee at Biackfoot, Idaho,
for transmission as second class mail matter
BLAOKPOOT, IDAHO. MARCH A, 18P4.
A convention of recesses is like a
Both take
ship in shallow water,
soundings every few minutes to see
"where they are at."
The President has taken no action
on the seigniorage bill y et, although it
was sent in for his signature Tuesday.
The supposition is that he will allow
it to become a law by limitation.
Butte has a murder case on hand
that bids fair to rival the Goughian
case of Chicago. It has held the at
tention of the court for four weeks,
and something like one hundred wit
nesses have been examined.
The Breckenridge-Pollard breach
of promise case is drawing immense
crowds to the court room in Washing
ton where the trial is in progress; all
the capitol people are deeply interest
ed in the racy testimony presented
from day to day.
One thing has developed during
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the present Democratic administration
which is now plain to everybody:
Yice-Piesidcnt Stevenson is not giv
ing out many fat federal oIBces to his
^country "cousins."
The Democratic party expects every
member in Idaho to do his duty this
year. Those who drifted in the "dead
calm" sea two years agç must put on
sail and pull out No member is,
worthy to be a captain or a pilot who |
skulks in the hole while the ship is '
maneuvering for action.
New York goldbugs were surprised
"Wednesday when they received a tel
egram from Mr. Cleveland telling
them it would be useless to send a
committee to Washington to argue
with him concerning the Bland silver
bilL The president evidently has all
the pointers he needs in this matter.
The nomination of ex-postmaster
Ben BeaDe for mayor of Pocatello
over Attorney Blickensderfer reads
like an old gold colored optic tor
Governor McConnell in that town.
They do say that the attorney occu
pies a perfumed and upholstered niche
in the governor's heart.
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The New York legislature proposes
to pass a law forbidding the raising
of any flag but that of the United
States upon public buildings. This is
a proper measure. Those who prefer
some other flag to the stars and stripes
should be permitted to emigrate to a
country where it floats to the breeze.
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The demand for money at financial t
centers has considerably increased
during the past week, owing to the re
sumption of many large manufactur
ing establishments. Business men
feel encouraged by the outlook. It is
confidently expected that the activi
ties of the summer will counterbal
ance the stagnation of the past few
months, and that industry will again
be on its feet before the advent of
warm weather.
The Salmon City Recorder will no
longer do service for its old party. It
Was silenced and captured by a gun of
the Populist. Hereafter it will be
turned on its old friends. This is too
sad. Think of it! a gun shooting down
the men who had rallied and fought
around it in many hard fought bat
tles.
There is a common superstition in
army circles that a gun captured froip
the enemy and turned upon the men
who had bandied it, petted it and
fought with it, never does good ser.
yiue any more. A spirit of bad luck
hovers about it which can never be
driven away. But The News trusts
no evil spirit will ever hover about
The Recorder which lias been run
with ec much merit.
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LOW PRICES.
HARD TIMES.
DOWN THEY GO

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WOOLEN UNDERWEAR AND WOOLEN HOSE AT COST
For the Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
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don't believe we have a great bargain in these
, goods come and be convinced of the fact.
O. BUIVTIISTG- db .
If you
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Fred Gkbhart's novel bridal gift
to his bride—a silver bath tub weigh
ing 3,200 ounces—opens a new field
to silver. It goes in the direction of
putting the country on a silver basis.
This new fad is the triumph df an
idea and may be caught up and car
ried to an extent never before dream
ed of by Mr. Gebhart himself. In a
short time The News expects to see
novelty dealers flooding the markets
with miniature silver bath tubs in
trinkets and kindred charms.
Boise City Republicans are talking
Peter Sonna for governor, but the
"ins" have it McConnell for governor,
Frank Coffin for lieutenant governor,
and Bruner for attorney general. But
Biackfoot has not been heard. Her
' Republicans may name a man who
can make a Nancy Hanks record in
the convention hall. While yon are
building air castles in Boise, gentle
men, don't overlook the little town
by the clear running waters of the
Snake river; you may find more along
oQt ^ tfae , daho bui , d .
^ at Chicago ^ ^ fQf At one
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the banks than golden sands.
It requires a man with a long head
ties were anxious to buy, some offer-1
ing as high as $7,000 for it; then
came the report that it had been sold
for $5,000; later a telegram was re
ceived at Boise City stating that the
building had been sold to a Cinein
natti lady for $4.000;this was thought
to be final. Now comes Commissioner!
Wells and says the price paid was on- ;
!y $3,500. One thing is sure accord.
ingto the commissioner's report, that
is the indebtedness yet outstanding '
,h..u to u*1,932. j
Idaho Democrats should be the last
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tial offices he has made two-thirds of !
to fall in the line of kickers against j
the administration touching federal
appointments.
done well by Idaho. In the presiden- j
Mr. Cleveland has !
the changes demanded and in the
miner offices more than three-fourths. |
This taken in comparison with other \
states of greater population and in
remarkably well,
But while the party is indebted to |
Mr. Cleveland it is under obligations :
to National Committeeman Frank W.
t Beane for bis indefatigable work i
consideration of the opposition he baa
met in his own party ranks is doing :
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keeping the matter before the presi- ;
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dentaml the departments ,n Huh,
ington. Mr. Beane has gone to Wash
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ington as many as three times at his
own expense since the administration
came into power, and by his persis
tent fighting on one line has obtained
many fuvors for the state. The party
should not, it cannot overlook 3iich
servicss and it will not countenance
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in
any effort to discredit him for what
he has done and for what he is doiDg
from day to day.
He Oeseryen It.
Eyery Democrat cannot endorse
every act of a Democratic President,
but no Democratic voter, and no Dem
ocratic newspaper, can be loyal to the
party that criticises everything
Democratic President does, and seeks
to belittle, besmirch and drag down a
Democratic administration. Grover
Cleveland is a Democratic President,
and despite the terrible material de
pression of the country and the de- !
moralized morale of the Democratic ;
party, for which he can not justly be |
held responsible, he to-day holds the !
confidence of the intelligent masses !
of his countrymen more than any j
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liying American.
Sands From TSc Sea Shore.
Heavy snow storms prevailed »H J
through Nebraska on the 20th.
Wilson's tariff bill has been launch- !
ed on the Senate and will be called
Mrs. J. W. Noble, wife of President
Ilarrison's Secretary of the Interior,
died suddenlv last Monday. !
The Salmon City Recorder, hereto
fore democratic, will be published iu
for consideration April 2nd.
the interest of the Populist party.
The latest presidential ticket talked
of for 1896 is Vice-President Steven-1
son for president and Gqv. Patterson, |
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of Pennsylvania, for vice-president.
The Bellevue Review, a Populist
weekly, has died of heart failure and
bard times.
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De Gama, the Brazilian rebel, fought
and ran away, and may therefore live
to fight another day.
Heavy rains and floods in the south
ij avc interrupted railroad travel.
Kossuth, the famous Hungarian
patriot, died on the 20th. He was an !
old, old man.
The gold bugs of New York and
Bosting are positively "agin ' Bland s j
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It is claimed that there will be no
fight between Corbett aud Jackson in j
June next as promised.
The cruel *ar is over in Brazil and
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silver bill.
Yellow fever is raging in Brazil
aad the natives, it is reported, are be-1
; lng thined out at the rate of 70 per
dav b y the disease.
Texa3 was visitpd first of the week I
' the seyereat cvclone kl)OWI1 in it9
j hlltorT thon ,„„„
lars wortb * ,f Property destroyed. ;
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Boise tltj Dtt3 been cut On from j
with the outride ;
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! The rate war between the big cast-,
all the foreign men of war have been
ordered to other fields.
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communication
j of floods and washouts.
! world for nearly two weeks on account
era railroads to California points has !
| been declared off, and now full fare I
\ is charged,
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Coxey's army of idle men number-!
j n g many thousand, will start on its :
: march to Washington Sundae I
1 maren to vv ssningion nunuay. I
Gov. Waite, of Colorado, sa vs the !
1 courts must upholfi his am, or there i
will be war in Denver yet. j
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Pliil Armour has given $500,000 to
endow a manual training school in
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I San I rancisco. Why not give some-i
fee( , the starving multitude
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of Chicago, Mr. Armour?
s,l P r<,Inft co,,rt of Illinois has !
re ^ U9e, l grant Pendergrast, Carter |
Harrison s murderer, a new trial, and
be h an .g next month,
Three hundred delegates were pres
ei *t at the opening of the inter-moun
tain irrigation congress at Omaha on
Wednesday last. Nine states
represented.
Howard Gould denies the story that
he is engaged to married to Odette
Tyler, the actress.
The treasury department paid sugar
bounties Wednesday amounting to
333,163, all of which went to planters
in Louisiana.
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Senator ColRim, of Illinois, is lying
dangerously ill at his home iu Wash*
' n n ton Gity.
The Populist of Helen*, Montana,
! have nominated John Huseby, the
; tallest man in the city for mayor. He
| onl .'' lacks one inch of being seven
! in height.
! The eastern farmers are now busy
j putting in their grain crops.
j apreage will be seeded.
A large
Pessimist's Predictions.
La Cross, Win. March 18.—Rev. G
J W. Wilcox and son began to build a
cave on one of the blutls east . of the
! city yesterday, in anticipation of a !
cyclone and flood, which he predicts!
will come to this vicinity oniApril 4
Himself and friends have been hold
ing spiritual meetings every night for
! some time, the sessions sometimes
laslin g al ' D 'S ht - The mini * ter * of
Hie c **y were invited to hts.home, and
when.they appeared were inform«!
that they should notify their people j
of the approaching day of doom. Hun
| dreds visiu * bis bome ' an ' 1 W,tl1
! he presents the matter in such con
be
j vincing way that many go] way
! lieving in the day of fate. He says 1
that the storm will be 100 miles wide
and that the cyclone and flood will
j destroy the whole city. Hi# family
j and friends are making final prepara
tions.
Pure vaseline 15 per bottle, sarsa
P arri,la ' 75 cenU V er ^e-all new
! *** at F ' !ro,sl ' dru g Mora,
A Great Liter Medicine.
Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pill*
j are a sure cure for a sick headachy.
bilious complaints, dyspepsia, indi-1
: gestion, costiveuess, torpid liver, etc. '
The8e pi „ s perfect digestion,
j correct the liver, enrich the blood
and make the skin clear They also
produce a good appetite, and invig
! ernte and strengthen the entire sys
I tem by theii tonic action. Sold at
' 25 cents a box bv Behle & Son.
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Desert Land*."-Notice of Intention to i
Mak ''
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; tk* to mok* n»ui er.*>r t„ wiat.ii»!, my claim
j to tho land above described before the Kctrl*
j ter amt Kecetver at Biackfoot, on TtseMtay ».hi?
; ***** '**y of April. l*w. and th Ä r 1 expect
1 to prove that »aid land hau been properly Irrt
j Rated and rectal In the manner required
' by law. by two of the foilowinir wilQCMCa :
C. T. Woodall. J. D. Woodall, John W, Renfro,
william Henderson, an of Hannœk Co. Idaho
Ki.i.kn E. Woonu.i..
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Register.
Notice for I'ulilication.
IaiiJ oncoatmwMonLidaho.i
: Notice I« hereby given that the following
I namwl "* ttlcr ha " Blcd r "' tlot ' ,,f hl * intention
I to make ■n»i proof »apport ot hi* claim, «ml
! thal ' ,roof w,n •» '» l, ' TK * h,) &'«>*■ !
1er iiiul Receiver ut liluckfoot, MhIio, on April i
i ieib, iw*4. ri*: Morooi Hcm, for k»t< 3 »od 1 .1
j »»H wctlon 35. township 1 smith, »nd lot |
i 4 flection 2. township 2 Mouth, nmsc 3B K H M •
I He name* tho follow in# wltne»»«» to prove j
I hi* continuous residence upon and cultivation
I of *ald land, viz:
John M.BhorWnn, william Gotriran«. |iio<k
^ aa -i Jw*r.
i Hutebinsun, of Biuaii, Idaho.
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NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Pawl Office nt Itlnckfnot, Malm, t
Kchruory fMih. IMU.
Notice I* hereby irlven that the foilowinir I
j named »eitler h». Bled notice of hi* Intention j
to make Until proof In support of hl« claim,
and that «aid proof will tie made before the
Résister ami Receiver at llluekfoot, Idaho, on
April 7th, WH, viz : Emery Lamoque, for the
NH SB 1 * AWHK >4 SB* HW>*, Section I.
Twp. 3 South. Hanse 34 East, II. M.
He names the following witne««e, pi prove !
hl« contininius residence tt|>on and cultivation
of, said land, viz :
F. 8. Adams, Lot Adams. J. II. Jordan, Al
fred Parsons, all of Biackfoot, Idaho.
Juh# U. niton's,
Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Illackfnnt. Idaho.
February 28th, |8»4.
Notice I« hereby given that tho tollowlng
numefl «etiler ha» filed notice of hl« Intention
to make final proof In support of III* claim,
and that «aid proof will lie made before the
Register and Receiver, nt. llluekfoot, Idaho,
on April 7th, IHW. viz : L. J. Porter, on Home
«trail Entry go. MU, for tho I«,t* 2. 3 and 4.
and WI'. 8 W! 4 , Section 12, Township 2 South,
Range 35 East, 11. M.
He name« tho following witnesses to prove
hl« continuons roHldeiico upon and cultiva
tion of. «aid land, viz :
James G. Johnston, Bert W. I'lerce. William
J. Brown, (tharleg M. Bumgarner, nil of lllack
f,«tt, I'lul.j.
John O Bhowx,
Miter.
the Logan Nurseries.
l=osc = c = c;îe:îc:;ccççcî-:c:
Inter-Jlooiilain Grown Trees and State
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For Inter-Mountain Planters.
Carolina Poplar, Lombardy Poplar, Bos KkUr
Kim, A*h, Maple, and many other varu-lira
Apple*, Pear*. Pluma, Cherry,
Apricot*, I Vache», and otb. ««■
Raspberries, Blackberries, (| K< *.
berrie*, Strawberries, and Camafc
SHADE TREES,
FRUIT TREES,
SMALL FRUITS
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fcVA Tree properly planted i* a good investment.
Send lor Price List. Correspondence Solicited
Logan, Utah.
Jons E. Carlisle,
THE FULTON MEAT MARKET,
VOGLER A HORTON,
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Wh.4raak.and RrtoJl iMImll
Fresh & Sail Heals, Saesap
BLACKFOOT,
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All kinds of Vegetables,
Fish ami Game In Season.
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It is an Acknowledged Fact that
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