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The people of St. Louis are taking I
steps to celebrate April 30tb, 1904, as the huudreth anniversary of the pur chase of Louisiana. It is proposed to make the celebration an event that will rival the World's .Fair. Certainly no event since t|ie dis covery of America has had a greater .influence ( in the history of the world Jhan the Louisiana purchase—the single stroke of statesmanship which assured the standing of America as jthe greatest power of modern times, Long flqfore the purchase was made .the danger to the United States of at tack from the west had been fully re cognized, and both in the purchase and in the Lewis and Clark expedi tion, which gave us the Pacific as a boundary, Mr. Jefferson showed that prophetic sense of our possibilities of greatness which, next to his love for individual liberty, was the domina ting idea of his life. If the purchase of Louisiana had not been made we would have lost the Mississippi, the northwest Territory and everything else we now hçld ex cept the territory this side of the Al leghanies. The qaestion of the con trol of the continent would have been left between France and England, with all the chances in favor of Eng land, as Napoleon saw when he sold the continent for a song. He said to Vergennes, as he laid down the pen with which he had signed the treaty: ."I have this day founded a power that will yet humble the pride of England as mistress of the seas." It is a curions contradiction that Mr. Jefferson, who more than most men, feared the effect of national am bitions on liberty, should have chang ed America from a little group of in dependent states to a vast federation that is practically an empire.—New York World. A Coining Centennial. Danger of a Flood. Cincinnati, Jan. 6.— At midnight there is serious apprehension of an other flood. At 6 to-night the Ohio was 8 feet 5 inches. At midnight 14 feet 5 inches, and the indications are that the rise would average over one foot an hour the rest of the night and for some days to come. It will only take a day of such rising to reaca the danger point of 40 feet of water. Wheeling, Jan. 6.—The warm rain which began io this vicinity yesterday has continued uninterruptedly ever since and the snow is nearly all off of the ground. Reports from all parts of the Ohio river basin show similar conditions and there is no longer any doubt of a flood. The ice in the river broke up at 8 o'clock this evening and the water rose 10 inches in less t:ban 20 minutes. From Heart Failure. Washington, Jan. 6.—Gen. Phillip Post, member of congress from the ; Tenth district of Illinois, died at the Halton hotel in this city at 4 o'clock this morning after an illness of but one day. For some time he had been suffering from heart fuilure, resulting from acute gastritis. Early Saturday .morning he was seized with an attack of his old troubje, which did not how ever, assume a serious form until in the evening. During the night heart failure set in and for some hours be fore his death physicians could dis cover scarcely any pulse beat. His ! wife and son were with him T[ 1( . : " . mm. 3 ue , Illinois delegation in congress held a ! meetimr tf, _ _ . .. ! L ' a PPropnate action, aud the house will adjourn after read ing the journal. The usual committee from the house and senate will lie ap pointed to act as escort to the body to Illinois. A Feeulinr Phenumeiiun, A peculiar phenomenon is reported by a rancher five miles south ot the town of Sprague, Washington. Last Thanksgiving day lie beard like a clap ot tbundep, followed !>v a .sharp vibration of the earth. The following day he discovered the of the noise. a crash cause A large mass of rock 100 feet high, in seal? land a mile south of Icehouse lake, had si nipped into the earth, forming a huge de pression nearly half mjle in extpnt. The basin is slowly filling with water, and the people in that neighborhood .are all watching it closely. The basin }b pearly half full, forming Jake in tbe wildest part of the barren I ce b land. a small The Chicago, Union Pacific and Northwestern Line offers the best ae conunodations to the traveling public en route to Chicago. Through trains, fast time, magnificent sleeping cars, elegant dining cars, colonist peepers, day coaches, reclining chair cars and handsome S- B. Basford of Carthage, S. I>-, 1 taken sick in Sioux City. He procured two bottles of Parks' Sure Cure for the Liver and Kidneys. He says : I beleive Parks' Sure Cure excels all other medicines for Rheumatism and Urinary disorders." Sold by Hull & Gretue. It Does Not Cost Anythino T o try Parks' Sure Cure. A specific of all diseases peculiar to women. Ask your druggist our guaranteed dlan. Sold by Hull & Greeue. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is famous for its cures of bad colds. It opens the secretions, relieves the lungs and aids nature in restoring the sys tem to a healthy condition. If freely used as soon as the cold has been con tracted, and before it has become set tled in the system, it greatly lessens the severity of the attack and has of ten cured in a single day what would have been a severe cold. For sale by Ben H. Fernish. Afraid of Pneumonia. Mrs. Catherine Black, of Le Roy, N. Y r ., took a severe cold. The physi cian feared Pneumonia. She took one bottle of Parks' Cough Syrup and says : "It acted like magic. Stopped my cough and I am perfectly well now. I recommend it to everyone for Throat and Lung Trouble as I believe it saved my life." Sold by Hull & Greene. Capt. Sweeney, U. 8. A., San Diego Cal., says: "Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy is the first medicine I have ever found that would do me any good." Price 50c., sold by Ben H. Fernish. The Prettiest Girl in Town Has been using Parks' Tea and she says : My complexion is much im proved. That muddy look is all gone. I take a enp of Parks' Tea three nights a week and feel just elegant." Sold by Hull & Greene. Oats Wanted. One dollar per 100 pounds in trade or on account. C. Bunting & Co. S. J. GRIFFIN, °<& L 7u AH ' Remington Type-Writer» and Supplie», White ■ Enamel Letters. Mimeograph», Office Biture», j etc. Manufacture; of Rubber and Metal Stamp», Seal», Check», Stencils and all kinds of stamp goods. Write for catalogue Typewriters. l &~A Brand N«w 000 Found Safe only tS.OO ; MflMCV •'•UH Cl We have at present plen ty Money to Loan oo well improved farms. Farmers make vonr application as soon as possible. LINDSAY «fe CO., Idaho F*.lls, Idaho. TO For potting a horse in a fine healthy con ! dition try L)r. Cady's Condition Powders, : They tone upthe system, aid.digestion, cure , loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct ! kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving ! new life to an old or over worked horse. 25 cents per package. For sale by druggists. For Sale by Ben Fernish. LOAN Ohamberlaln'a Eye and Shin Ointment J3 a certain euro for Chronic Sore Eves, Granulated Eye Lida, Soro Nipples, Piles, Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum and Scald Head, 25 cents per boz. For »ale by druggists. TO HOFtSEOWNEBS. JOHN READING. Seedsman and Florist, Cor. Second East and South Sts. SAL T LAKE CIT Y UTA H All Orders by Mail or T«le*fraph Promptly Filley -A SPECIALTY— Post Office Pox 858, Telephone 559 Job Printibg BROMPTLY DONE AT THE'. NEWSOFFICE, TAKE THE -VGEbT a '• *î," v 1 THÄTfv*. OUGHT" AY .WITH ^ Shilohs I M 1 ii j j ! _ • .... . wCURE BoR,^S| EOctaand^V $1.00 Bottle. One cent ado« Tni» Gout d'oc on Cun* promptly cur« I where aU other» talL Coo*ha, Croup, Bora Throat, Hotmnm. whoopirr Couth and a*thm^ For CoMucpUoa it t es no rirai: hma cur«d thousand», end Will CURS TOU If taken in time* Bold by I>ro*gista on ft guar Fu&ÖlSS j LOH'S/tCÄTARRH riäf" aciirny Hare you catarrh f Tht* remedy la nnrao (ccd tocuroyou. Prioc, Wet*. Injector free. For Sale by Ren H. Fernish, Do you like pie. Two packages finest mince meat you ever saw for only 25 cents, tend of course you •■never drink," but we have some pure Genesee apple cider. Try it for yourj mince meat and mince pies. C. Bunting <& Co. , An Old Soldier's Recommendation. In the late war 1 was a soldier in ln tne tau war 1 was a sonner in ^ the First Maryland Volunteers, Com- ! i-o ». <■> I contracted chronic diarrhoea. Since then I have used a great amount of ; medicine, but when l found any that would give me relief it would injure j my stomach,until Chamberlain's Colic, ! Cholera and diarrhtea Remetly was i brought to my notice. I used it and will say it is the only remetly that J gave me permanent relief and no ba.l results follow. I take pleasure iu .. ._ .• * u recommending this preparation to ail of my old comrades, who, while giv- ; », ..._ _ ing their services to thur country, contracted this dreadful disease as I did, from eating unwholesome and un cooked food. Yours truly, A. E. Bend ing, Halsev, Oregon. For sale by Ben H. Fernish. To Cattle and Sheep Men. I have 200 tons of hay for sale. f Will let purchaser feed it on the rauche on Wolverine Creek where then» 1« ..lentv nnen -«tor «11 tt... mere 19 plenty or open water all tue H. FORMER, winter. Presto, Idaho. ; ESTRAY NOTtCE. Came to my ranche, about four miles west of the town of Blaekfoot, about Noyemlyer 1st, 1894, the below de scribed animals : One year old heifer, roan, branded I P P on right ribs, square crop right ! ear. Brand in- ] One roan one year old. visible. Swallow fork on fight and ; »«ft ears. ■ j bit on right ear. One roan one year old steer, brand- : ed —|— , swallow fork and under One two year old Holstein heifer X o» .. .n,! n „ j' right hip, square crop 8 on left ear. ; ' j old, branded °ri left hip, swallow . One black 2 year old heifer, brand- ! One roan heifer, lion back, 2 years fork in left ear. ed with clover leaf on left hip, | e f t j ear square clip. The owner or owners must oav ' , ...... . , cnarge.s anrl tak<-. tbe above describee) away or they will be sold as the law directs. W. H. Horton. Blaekfoot, Idaho, Dee. 24th, 1894. ESTRAY NOTICE. miles south Of the town of Blaekfoot, about June 1st, 1894, one pair of work 1 horses, described as follows : One gray, branded I R and a letter , Jn 11 , 0 on left shoulder, about 8 years old and will weigh 9 hundred pounds f . . One brown, branded | X on let! thigh, j nbout 5 years old and will weight 9 hundred pounds. Came to my ranche, about eight The owner must corne and pay charges and take the above described animals away or they will bo sold as the law directs. C. F, Smith. Blaekfoot, Idaho, Dec. 18th, 1894. New Livery and Feed Stable». Having recently purchased the sta bles of Berryman & Rogers, on Bridge street, Blaekfoot, I am prepared to accommodate the public with convey ances and teams. My charges low that my team» should lie kept busy. are so Will also feed at the lowest prices. Stock will be fed in corral on bay at 12£ per feed. Hoping for a «flare of the public patronage, I am, 1 Respectfully, .0. W. Benjamin • Railroad Notes. J. W. Hailey of Batavia, N Y.,J N. Y C. Railway, ami ou the ! I conductor ou of the best known men out* road says of Parks lva : 1 [ have suffered from constipa Tried everything and fourni ; For leu years tiou. nothing of lasting vuluc. Hearing so j many talking of Parks' Tea i tried it j without much hope. ! moved my bowels easily and now 1 It works like magic. Sold U,y Hull & Greene. J _ _ j -n-BKR ^HE.mAi TioN Und The first dose am cured. Notice I* hereby flven that WlUlamC l'isher has Bled uolice of Intention In make Bnal j proof before the Register and Receiver *1 bl» , oBlce In Blackball, Idaho, ou Iho »th day of January 1SU5, ou Timber Culture Application No. 7tH. for lota 3 and t Section 27 In Town»hip 3 south, Kanice 35 east. He uautea a» Witnesae»: L. J. Porter, Ne!» Christiansen, C P. Pierce and 11 W Pierce all of Bluff ham county. Idaho. PROOF NOTH'* Jons O. Uaows Register i Notice For Publication. L'.S. La su Urne«, Black »oo*. idaho. » December -tit ft. l"«t > Notice Is hereby givra that the fuliuwinir* , named settler has Hied notice of his intention to make Dual proof lu support of his claio.. ,lIul th "' **"* vroot wl " ** '"'" le , *' ,or *' ^ ter#ud ReW | Verat niackroot. Idaho, im Wb ! ruarysth, ras, tu: jam.» p. Duncan, for ift« rr»: " «... his continuous residence upmiatHtcuiuvttiuu ; "V^am Welr^ck, «'„„am P.rron», Kot^n m. p B r*on» and vvmiam T. Duncan, all or j BUcktout. Idaho, Jo«» 0. Bkowv. Hegt» ter. ! i J Notkw toh< , reby „ rell lh * t k.,« e Pnn-heti ai»*«i notice of imeottoo to iu*k»- flimi pruuf twfor« Hfguu-r »rid ÜMsifer »t th«tr .V« m Blackfoot. on Mooda, the tth day of ; February, un, on timber culture application Nu Vd. fur the N W of »ectloa No il, In tunn j Kango No.K E*»t. I she name. »» »imro« L. K. Pritchett, Jantc« Hull, I.OV! Warren, Mur,!.»:, Orr. all uf Bingham county, Idaho. Jons (1. Bauer». Hegt» 1er. TIMBEHCI'LTI KE. »TN AI. PROOF NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, r December ^llh, ISW f DELINQUENT NOTRE. CORBETT 8LOIHH DITCH COMPANY principal place of H A corporal Bh " kfo "*- Mm * h *"' coun,Jf ' *«*•>».». Notice*:—Ther« t* tk'lln^ucnt on th«* follow In# describe J »took oo iratiuni of «Mrunrat ! No. 21 . levied «m ehe «th day "f <»ctob«r. l»w, | ,he " ,noUDt **' th * n * m " ut lhc mtiMfctiw «t«>ckh«>i«i**r« »» foikiw« : Anil in accordance «Ith law and the order j of th« ht»rd of tru»t<*«'ia of th« curpunikm | made »aid eth day of October. i»H. many 1 »hare, or each parcel of .took ». may be neceaurjr will he «.Id at public auction at th« No. Ort. HtlAfV*. Amt. H W Curtis ; and Other*. » I 13 Principal ol».« of the company, BUckfix. 1 , Bingham County. Mab», at 3 » clock, p. m . ! January 33rd. IHK. to pay th« il«lm. l n«nt ». ' »«ument. coat of adv«rtt«mcnt and <■ tp> n.« G*o. L- W»t,i„ Secretary. | Blaekfoot. Idaho, Doc. 2Mh. Ivbl. Of MW, I ! ALIA* SUMMONS. ] 1,1 the District Court of Fifth Judicial DUtrtrl County of lllrgham, «täte of Idaho. Armer Brother» Banking Company, a cor poration, Flatntltf, ; T». : J. II. Holme», and I K Holm.-» •• Holme» Brothers, and I. It. Holmes and It. M. Spivey, Defendants. 9tat« of Idaho ««miff »r« «tin« to J II flolm«* •"'* L K. Hoim^a partner* a* Hoi mm Orother» j' "ïi L1Ä" "JiXS| ; appear In an action brought against you by j ' above named plaintiff in the district court of ; j Fifth Judicial Dlsrlct of the state of Idaho, in \ and for the county of Bingham, and to answer the complaint Bled therein, within ten day«.! . exclusive of the day of service on you of this j ! summons, if served within thi« •unfy. i>r if ' t j **"«1 outot th,. «maty. bu m thi, «n.triei, ; . Within forty «Uy. r ,r " ''"I where. ' Tt 11 * »oDon I« brought to rtoover from jmi i , and each of you IKino 00. principal sllrg«,| t„ b« du« on »certain promi*nry n»*t« «««niUMi liy y >u In favor of plaintiff ! c«,rpv>riit|,>ri sls.ut November 3»th, l*v7. for tne sum of «U December 17th, IM»7. Iiclng Interest at cent. Interest hetng palil thereon to March 32 I»»». »n«l a payment of W« having Is-ee m ,„i, thereon April 1», |shs. Uigether with into according the tv 1. «lue 10 jK»r •«t i of said note an«l «•<>*t». The pnrtleiilars more fully apt«enrfng in the plaintiff'« complaint, a certified copy or which I* »erved herewith and made a part hereof. ""1 "«"Y "''''"'V'" 1 complaint, a« at».ve re«iulrcd, said Plaintif! will take judgment »gainst you and eaeh .,f f'"' « | <*>o,tn.i mt« , thereon from Apr,, ,9. is«», at lo per annum, and Interest at the same rate f LT" M,reh " w ' ,0 -April t», irsv W Unes, my hnn«l »n«l the »«ml «,« the IHstrlc j Court of Fifth Judicial District, nr the Waho. in and for the coonty «>r Bin, a»*L ham. this aith day of D cemher Istti. ,— geo f OAGON.n.rT Blaekfoot. Idaho. December 20th. Hu SrawaitT A Dibtiiicm ash || j II Hr HH'I »n«w«rfo *»|<) r««i :«nt |h*i mi II/pa MHI« «i »»»Motrca, Attorney« for I'lalntiff. The Blaekfoot, Houston And Challis gi v <i. W. POWELL SCO. ritor's. The cheapest, the Shortest no,I direct route Is tween the Nortu UsHtYnd^ West nu«l the ,s«lnts imrucil. Carrying Moil, l'imsengcr» anil f; (pro»«. Iftiyvn Hlrtokffwyf dally nr 6 « m f, tr »»., m K " 1k "" t,,n im« »rt> «ui» if|,„,„.,|. tor rurthur lnf< rmatlon npply Ui f w vota gn, A«eot, niatkront • Utah & Northern Tim* Car»: soient aovNO aamvi : I'anA'-navr . 1:1« a. in. I Frcl«lit.p. ui I Kiulnbt s.* 1 *"■ I «turrit aouMP AHfiivn : ! I'movnitcr . 13:»»*. tu | Frehtbt ... 1:® p 111 Frol»UI. ** *• ui. I J A CoUJ*». A »ent ; PtwTorricK Hour« Week Days. . »-to *• lu. loT:UU p la. ?uüü»jV .*:l»wu:«#a. ». ■. r. Bravan. P. M. County OrncKR» : AuJt"r ■ S^kuSSÏI I'rotote Judge and Kupt. School*. F ASroveu. JJSSÜe» ami Ôültotor M. W Reiter j )>rulwr . .Iff. W. Reefer I , Surveyor.• . C S Cuam w*iO Mn t . R Round» | | . $.1». Adams | United States La*d 0*no*. I once hour»: »oea. milUtotp. m i Keg wter Receiver JohnOHrot.nl Jehu w Joue» 1 I Chl rciieb : MirrilODHrt: R«v. J M WlWer. l*a»lor I Preaching every Sou. 1 * y morning al U I o dock.aiel evening al T 30o'clucfc Prayer mteiin* Tbur»4ay evening al t »> o elock ÏSTf?-: Ähfer Meeting TueaUay al » o eft-k. o » I ST PAULW: Pruteatanl Rplacufml, Rev John Haa»uo. MUaft.narv S» rvirea every SuuOay moruingal llo ekick. a * Even : «o eftak f m Holy fowmuui«* Bral ami Ihlrvl Sunday» of eaeh UM .U 111 sun-lay aeboui 3:«) p m Oui.J meeting every W' 4 nea 4 ay iitniy m pee. tree Ail torUtally invited AU public ouOeelluiw »re fur eurtetil eipen.e» B- - UAPTIST Re* S W liage Pa»ior pfea.-h-1 lag ever. Sunday murnUig *1 II o rk*l. | and evening, t JU o clock Prayer meet in« 1 We.Jnea.lay evening at 1 : lio'rkek. Sunday j aelumi. SuuOav »lief»»* Irom 3 tAI lu I <k> I Lot» »E : ! I CARL J. CANNON OOLDEN RI LE Nu t\. I •>. <> F Meet» every Thur».tay evening at » o deck In llr.pktn» Hali V letting brother» cor dially invited U L Hucat»». Secretary Junx ['»I», N U. ^ CFC ll tU 11 TtUlOI\ ! | A complete kaaortment of Ufa- CIoUm, « ... . . , »uittng«, etc., conftUntl) on hftmi A first clans line of Fall and j _ ' V inl, ' r K ,mmU ol * k*"* 1 | f»oou workmanship aful perfect 1 Fit guaranteed All order» from abroad will lie promptly attended tv. r r 1 j American Biscuit and Manuf'g Co. POCATELLO, IDAHO. ! ' | Successors to Utah Cracker Factory. Manufactur-n of th* Celebrated Mnnlif Fini Crate « * Thiol »t 8AI.T I.AKK, ITAI1 j ; \ j These goods ar* sold by all «he a n-desal* Grocers in Utah 9«n4 In your orttor». ST. MARY'S ACADEMY ! SAt.T LAKE CITY, t'TA II. ' COWDVCTftfe »T tm ; . Sisters of the Holy Cross. ! i Studie» for Hoarders and Day pn pi I* w >ll be resumed the first Monday ; ! in September. 1H9L i TERMS moderate. Send referenee. For rataloguea, etc., address an above. - ACUP OF lRKSj A ii NIGHT moves tne bowels in? ™c morning PoaBxi.r "V HULL ft (IHggNE, Ripplingor & Hamann, tailors, ■ Idaho. Rexburg, , Oo»«l workmanshipI All mall orilnrs I'-rfart III »ii.ranter,! promptly att«mi«<t to. GIvoh ,,N «I Trlul Order. sa» ^ Known ftawSf KfTSrS *njs «s.»JB5*l :• THE ST. LOUIS RETMuc —-— Special Offer lnP ..^ f| , WT ** - A GREAT METROPOt IT»* u '**•* « IB •»I'ISPMUWJI m The ••Tw:cE-A ft Ug . ^ Rcpubmc will be Year to "«# Fut " (»«» January 31, 1895, , ^ ^ N*w yearly »uh»cribm,ti** p«y fur Mine A (read the cl am . f rr »} Itt 1»96, «aff 189J»äl . , , ,. OI Ifliefvnilug CVecti. JL» nu- «m bo ib*»«Q ont, ^ ^ ' "ETRBged for Ibe grwt 0*1« Thf» rflnainina ,k™» 1 ne rrUIttlfilUg iboft lOMq |bi ull ,-»nii.. a. a. e 1 * R» bt $ ,|, or t|v |, v . D..—a»-. » »"oruyr uy • HepobtiCM Q, „ |> rm<xrat o •" w * »Hk ' hair will lie productiv*«f « 1 Dealt nable interest, | 1 Ju fait tjjofe Uv.il '.irai hai j r tie ctlfMtTUClcd during 18M» year ».tut- tbc r.jua.Utû* «f| I ornaient amt a man aiikari ! l»i*r »dl be tike * «vhll I the movement* of pubUt «ft Y»u can get 3 new tabs. The Republic by ■ frwtaiMI Remember in The K-paMc i .•r» k«t * pa|t«r i»i»*««l f* price of a weekly—only 11* Try it, at once, and m* In SilvGT RfiSti j wèA V Vi WvVU can be done. If yon ■**»! of »ample copt«», writ» hr I out thi» adventtetDeal nd your order. Addm* Ht Lun» Kirt auc, 8 l Lm Math**» A »1*1 nmnuRMt Thi» N««r üMiaoraai ha* hw* throughout and I» *» M • •>• than nn for lb* n. »nlMMf •! Meals at All It* CHI». <>y«t*r» »04 Oo»» »r,: to iWtlatolM •»»' SUNDAY DINNERS A SfEtUin ir y,*sb (»y»trr« o* ka*4 il tk» ALMA MARK The Utgesi Music Dea ! — tu — I D A H <piJ Rend him jour <*•"«* or • ATT \C T N ALji-i iVAl Idaho Falls, - FREE! Any person sending to cither of the THE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE I RAILWAY K Steam licate*! and * Train» FRKK of eh*'? Will be sent of the United Btsts* and three feet wide. Iff* ,tll:3«A ra Leave Omaha 7 . 1 » Arrive In Leave Omaha at fi 40 p ' ® Arriva in Cbl«5*W° jo** 11 I .. * • Aft -' Trav.. Ft. an«! W . Illook, tft W. dew«* 1 H 011 '"