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tOL. 9. BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1895. NO. 2 OUR LOCAL FIELD. sd Vogler has had fever for 40 cutive days. Ige Stockslager is bolding court sllis this week. Horse, Custer county, smelter mg-H Itart up iu a few days. Cook and daughters will move j^Btheir new residence nest week, r our Japan tea at 25 cents per C. Bunting & Co. A. Davidson, of the Rexburg fljHttv, was a Grove City visitor this » K m jJbriH-'t aud Fitxsimmons are going to hav<) their pugilistic contest in Taxas ches and all the early fruits and ibiss are crowding ÜL Louis BtS. oat is now selling at the Black ^■(louring mill for 85 cents, cash, ^Hiundred. Atv. Squires will preach at the But ist church Sabbath BVfrybody welcome. |Bood crops will make a good Sava very body and make business iu ttjtkfoot bum. Sheriff Sullivan of Bannock county w in the Grove City, Wednesday, on ■Mai business. . fj«-»'. suffocation and sunstrokes in ^Bast—balmy, pleasant weather in The difference. b lian Agent Fisher is arranging ■ftavc for his new field of labor ■Bn g the Ne* Perce«. ■at*«.» Home Isocmr by buy in® Wolverine Lumber from W. A. the oast side raerchaoL eo. L. Wall is doing s good busi > for the Building and Loan Asso- 1 ; a morning. year e lion, of which he is secretary and .surer. gP* Register Billings, of the Hailey bind office, has returned from the east tcBrisbo and settled in Salmon City. sir Farmer has purchase«! some lots near Senator Dubois' resident*, and is preparing to build him a home *h*n >n Fifty pairs more of ladies fine but tes »hoc» must lie close«! out for only «■» dollar per pair at W. A. Bull's. ^Children's Dsy celebration at the Bpitiat church Sunday evening. A ^^fcndid programme is reported and I little folks should have a crowded H lance. Kansas City has barred ont all bool teachers professing the Cath ie faith from teaching in the public pools. Nice linn of tan slippers and Ox M« for ladies, misses and children [Bunting's. governor McConnell has ofterctl a Sard of $1,000 for the apprehension oflthe murderer of Farmer Ronan in Canyon county, May 13th. ^Kongress man Jerry 8impaon, sock !«• Jerry, has tired of Kansas and will remove to and settle in Utah. He w® bring a colony of Kansans with him #r. Price'» Cream Baking Powder World'« Fair Nieh»« Award. ^Hrmlit district court beginn next Monday; this forces Judge Standrod teldjouru t!0Urt Ht Pocatello this fltaaralial Crutcher day from Boise, arranging for the June term of tho United States court. Bé is in excellent condition for the WOrk before him, and is as aotiyo as ♦ young man of half his years. J|The editor of Tiik Nbwb acknowl with pleuaing satisfaction ritation to attend the graduating lises of Ihe Sacred Heart Academy, Utah, Tuesday, 18th of June. A splendid programme is in prepara for the day. he Bismarck shoe for working ly $1.60, tht very best for the least C. JBupting é Co. was oyer VVedncs [£(9 An ex men >n«y. Goud beef entile are in demand at Chicago, at advancing pnees. The Misse» Houck, of Blackfoot, are visiting in Idaho Falls this week. The foundation for the new wing to the asylum ha» been completed. It is a cheering aspect to note the growth and beauty of Blackfoot this spring. A sister and lady friend from Ne braska are visitiog Mrs. Billy Woodiu this summer. A baby girl was born to the wife of Mrs. Will Danilson, Wednesday. All the Sunday school children and friends and visitors were delighted wtth their Tuesday's picnic. Fifty -Ave homestead eo tries were made in the Blackfoot land office the first five days of this month. Miss Ada Sill who has been teach ing in Geulile Valley, successfully for nine mouths, is at home for vacation. Prof. J. W. Paris has decided to remain with the Pocatello schools for the nest scholastic year. Oneida, Bannock county parties fil ed on over 5,000 acres, homesteads, Monday aud Tuesday of this week. Chesterfield, Baunock county, has a cheese factory that will turn out over 50,000 pounds this season. 1 huDdrwl arc "P** ; ed to attend. Mr». Cleveland has gone to Gray Gables for the summer, and the presi dent is rapidly shaping affairs at Washington that be may join her. It is reported that parties from Chesterfield are making preparations to start a cheese factory on Lillie Blackfoot this summer. A party named swart* was held by Judge Stevens, Wednesday, for the next grand jury. Swart* had the other fellow s horse. He hails from Cassia county. Marshnl Crutcher baa arranged all details for the term of United State« court which begins at Blackfoot 17th of June. Ex-Governor's Stevenson's condi tion when he left Boise was such as to give uneasiness to his family and friends, but late reports from Cali fornia bring the news that he is grow ing better. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World - « Pair Hl|t«il Medal and Diploma. Butte City, Montana, received over 200 applications for positions aa teach ers in her schools, and over 50 for principals' positions. Mr. Hinkel, of Blackfoot, has the best looking span of driving tiorsis in the county. They are coal-black, well-matched and fine travelers. Rev. Geo. C. Stull is coming down from Butte to Blackfoot this month, and our little bird knows what he is coming for too. Now guess. The quiet miner on tho banks of Snake river, near Blackfoot, is still taking out good daily wages in gold without coming to town aud blowing a fog horn about it Pocatello school trustees have been flooded with applications for teachers places. Reports say they receive«! over two hundred. You may pin your faith to tho coat tail of Dr. Hieka, the unterrifled weather prophet of Minor!. He hits tho bull's eye «.very shot. Leon Fournier arrived from France Monday m«>rning and will spend the summer wtth his uncle, H. Fournier, 6f Wolverine. Receiver Egan, of the Short Line ami Utah A Northern, will make his headquarters in Salt Lake City in stead of Portland, Oregon. At the preliminary hearing of the case of the State vs P. P. Lawson, at Cballis, Lawson was held to the grand jury without bail. Memphis, Tennessee is to hold a silver convention on the 12tb lust. at a Photogragher W. B. Fowler has some fine views of Blackfoot, taken from the top of the court house, which be is selling at 25 cents each. A letter from Mrs. Vogler, dated Cballis, June 3d, gives the gratifying news that her husband is slowly im proving, although he still has some fever, aud if he has no relupse, they hope to reach home about the 1st of July. Under the new law governing the transportation of patients to the in sane asylum there is great saving to the state. Seventeen have been ad mitted since the passage of the law, aud by careful computation, it is learned that the saving for them is $1922.98 over the old way. Train Dispatcher Mansou, of Poca tello, one of the oldest men in the employ of the Idaho division, will leave Monday morning to accept a position under Superintendent Calvin, in Texas. "And there's more to fol low." A Texas justice of thp peace has lately decided that a bucking broncho is a deadly weapon, and that to ex' bihit one on the streets is against tbe law. Ladies. There will be an illustrated lecture ; given at the Methodist church next I Monday at 2:30 p. m., under the „„spices of the Viavi company, to ra „theni and daughters. Subject, dis ease« peculiar to woman, Admission free. Mrs. Rom will be pleased to see any of the ladies at Mrs. Hafer s at ,n - v , ' tnc ' W*nted to Exchange. A young mare and colt for good cedar wood. For particulais apply at Niwk Orrtcx. Fourth of July Meeting. A mass meeting of the cilixcns of Blackfoot will be held in the Opeta House, Monday evening, June 10, at 8 o'clock, to perfect plans aod arrange ments for a Fourth of July celebra tion. Blackfoot has never l*en lacking in patriotism for the proper ob«ervan«3e of this day, and her citizens wilt gee to it that she will come up to the full standard of measure at the coming Fourth. A large attendance at the meeting is expected. Change of Venue or Insanity. Parties from Cballis bring the in formation that tbe «lefetu* in the case of the state vs. P. P. Lawson for kill ing George Watson, at Houston, some weeks ago, will either ask a change of venu«« or plead insanity for the accused. Court is in session this week and if the case should be brought to trial, it will be protracted several days as there are 40 witnesses to lie examined. The feeling, as reported, is very strong against Lawson and there will be con siderable trouble in finding a jury to try the case. At Different Ages. At different ages, says Judy, is most fond of 1. His nurse. 2. His mother; 10. His holidays. 16. His liberty. 20. His— er —sweetheart 30. His wife. 40. His children. 60. Peace and quiet. man Lost River Country, Assessor and Tax Collector Mc Pherson lias returned from Lost River, where he wont on official business. Ho traveled on bis bicycle all the way there and hack, hik! found it a much pleasanter trip than if made on horse back or in a buggy. He says that the ranchers there seem fairly well contented. They make a good living without working too hard for It. If the copper group at Cliff were only operated, they would have a good cash market for their product, und would do well. W. A. or to « of has im of Clark, of Butte, is looked for daily to resume work. E. R. Hawley recently sold 4,000 head of horses at $10 per bead, aud others have sold good bunches of stock. A good bit of money has thus been turned loose, which helps a good deal. Notwithstanding the sales of live stock, the assessment roll of that sec tion will show fully as good a total valuation as it did last year.—Wood River Times. the in to ad is is the a fol Safe Blowers at Work. Last Sunday night an entrance was forced into the store of Thomas Crane at Soda Springs, the safe blown open, and rifled of its contents, which con sisted of $16 00 in cash, and $10,000 worth of notes, mortgages and Salt Lake bank stock. The robbers first broke open a tool chest belonging to Sam Gagon, to secure tools to effect an entrance. Sacks of oat meal, dried peaches and other merchandise was piled up over the safe to drown the noise, and then the safe door was blown entirely off with nitro-glycerine. They had also provided themselves with water to put out a fire should one be started by the explosion. Of ficer McDaniels of this city, happened to be in Soda Springs at the lime, and made a thorough search of the neigh borhood for the thieves, but without avail, as no one in Soda had noticed any strangers in town. Blood was found around Mr. Crane's place, show ing that one of the robbers had been injured. After a long search, Mr. McDaniels found all of the stolen pa pers aod the drawers of the safe, thrown under the large wool house near the depot, so that $16 00 was all the plunder carried away.— Pocatello Advance. has ex' tbe the to to s ware at THE NEW RECEIVER. Mr. Egan will Make his Headquarters in Salt Lake City.-Will Retain All Old Efficient Employes. Mr. Egan, the new receiver of the j Short Line and Utah & Northern railways, is in Salt Lake City, aud has : signified bis intention to make that | city his headquarters and his home. | In an interview with fritmds, he stated that he had no intention of making any changes of employes in tbe operating departments. Agents, roadmaslers and mechanics will be retained so long as they are faithful and serve the system properly. He will undertake to concentrate the pair works at headquarters as soon he has noteil the needs of the system. The New s sincerely hopes that Mr. Egan will find it agreeable to his feel ings and judgment in the mntter to deal kindly with our neighboring town, Pocatello, and do for her what her advantageous position for bis system demands. This ii«>ne, she will advance to the first [»sition of towns along his linos. ATTENTION LADIES ! Mrs. N. J. Ross, General Traveling Manager for the Viavi Company, is in the city for a few days, and will be pleased to receive ladies, free. Call at Mrs. George E. Hafer's of at if it fi as Sale Postponed. The sale of delinquent slock in the Blackfoot Irrigation Compatir, adver tise«! for 3 o'clock, Saturday after noon, June 8th, has been postpone«! by order of the Itoard of trustees to the »ante hour of Saturday nftenuxm, June 15. John Montoomkrv, Sec'y. To Chicago and the East. Pa**en*er* foin* e«*t for bu*lnon*. will nat urally srravltat© to rtiieairo, hr tlu* areal com mercial center. Pnaacntrer« re-v tailing 'fiend* or relative* In the Mitorn atatea *1 way* dewire to "take In" Chicago on route. All olaaaes of imaacnjrcr* will find that the "Short Line" of tho Chicago, Milwalkkk à St. Paul Rail way. via Omaha and Council HiufTa. afford* excellent facllitica to reach their dcatluattona Ina manner that will he aura to give the ut most anti* faction. A reference to the time table* will Indicate the routs to Iu* chosen, and by asking any principal «„ent west of the Missouri River for « ticket over the ('hicauo, Oonscit. Ilt.erre « Om aha Short I. ink of the CtncAtto. Mtt.vr au kkk \ Sr Paul Haii.way. you will be cheer fully furnished with the pro,ter passport vl« Omsha and Chleairo. Flease note that all of the "Short l.lnc" trains arrive In Chicago In ample time to connect with Ihe express traîna of all the lire«! thmiiirh ear line« to the princi pal eastern eitles. For additional particulars, time tables, maps, etc., please call on or address »lex. Mitchell, Commercial Agent, Salt Lake City. Clab. LADIES Paragon Shoe, «► 5 2.50 2.50 9 ^19 For Style, Service, Fit or Finish. Guaranteed Equal to any $3 Shoe To be found in the market. Try a pair. For sale by C. BÜNTIN6 & COMPANY, ben zee. -DEALER IN MEDICINES, DRUGS, PAINTS & OILS, I TOILET COOPS, ETC Everything kept Id s First-Class Drug Store. He has moved in the building near Biethan's Hardware Store, where he will be pleased to see and serve everyone REMEMBER PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. G pi i? I j STAPLE & FANCY Groceries ! A full stock of every thing in Grocery line. Having come to the conclusion that Blackfoot needed another stock of groceries, I have put in a full line of staple and fancy groceries iu quanti ties large enough to fill large orders and in Quality the very best I in tend to keep only the best goods aud will sell them at the very Lowest Livinsr Profits, r> ■ J- I ter ■ . . I thank the people of Blackfoot and country tributary for their past pat ronage and encouragement, and so licit their patronage for this new line, promising them that my prices will conform to the times. Respectfully, ÜD. S. BIBTŒ3LA.3ÎT. Blackfoot, Idaho.