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; HU. RUN DOWN instil nor ln«rgy Miserable M KXTRKMK. Ktnda COVERED >. W," tt SORKB mbit mm Ayer's Sarsaparilla ,1 years ago. my blood wu In O pl«n, my «yatem all run down. © relierai heallh very much im- • My baud« were covered with © frv dUebargtng all the time. I © >*>» lilh nor euergjr and my feel- © etfr miserable In the extrem*. At © HpiuiienceU laklng lyi-r'i Nana. O la»i> i suou uotlred a eliauge lor ilia © Kfslv sooellle »turned and Wllb © M strength Kneourased by O ■ . I kept oa taking ll>e War- O till I bad used all bottles, and © »aa restored A I.Tuwm, © rls House, I bom paon, h. Irak. © o ,. n in. AyetoSarsoparilla i s AT *HE WORLD'I FA» M 2.<LSt<LUSL2.2SJl.Sl£299<L°J I I 'TH* Blackfoot Nevus : j , . .75 ... ........ ' «'UBLÏFHKD KVKRV SATURDAY. T JONES. PUBLISHER -; _ I It ihm« or si sscEimoN : $3.00 IT itbs lontbs DRr In* rata* furnished oe «ppnaatlua si Um ra*«a«e* si Btsekfoa«. id*im. to afintroaT. Idaho. ji nk u. usa. ft 1 riiOrKNNIONAI. CARDS WILLIAM H. BEHLE, . t'lCltl dflfl SurgtOlt. «.It door to Huntln* Oa Mala 8« one bhwh Eul of U P. Depot IDAHO. OUT. MITU <*• KERR. )men9 at Law, )AHO FALLS, IDAHO. cm In tbe State and C. » Ueurte w (EK at V. COZIBH, 4TÎORXEY AT LAW. WHJ pHArnt'E in au. OOCW». j ton IDAHO. |UM Q|BLACKKH)T. ■ j Special trt . fand <Mhor. Ian it L"» *• "■ UEO L WAl.l. I*t* Om HEANE & WALL, a 1 get beat of his LAND ATTORNEYS. BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. Stewart & Dietrich, )g4TTORNEY8 AT LAW, lackfool, Idaho. I0(— Is ell the Omtftt end United (Itatet Lend Olhoee. J- H BEAN, : UpTANT St'KOEON U. P. RAILWAY. POCATELLO, IDAHO. phlc oommunkmlkxi promptl? ire Your Buildings Against Fire with F.W. VOGLER, Hopecr Insurance Agt B Bingham County. He resent* Fiv* of the best * Companies, also the New \ ork Life Ins. Co DEALER iff Confections, Nuts, Fruits, [Tobaccos, Oigars, ich Goode, Etc., Etc. of all kinds iu their snaaon A •om At 4* old atand, Tme Idaho Hone? I« Mm. Call Egd Misctlltueois Local lieu. United States court begins at Biack fool nest Monday. Betmtor Thurston'» family, of Omaha, is espected ou Wood Hiver this week. Monday was an all around busy day is the laud office. Seven inches of Know fell in Bear take county the middle of last week Swallows come witii the spring, uud tramps too. Idaho Falls is planning for a big Pourtb of July celebration. K. A. Burrell, of Blackfoot, has been engaged as au expert to esamiue the record» of Fremont county. District Attorney 8am Rich of Lo gan, Utah, spent Mouday on busiueaa before the land office. it has been said by a keen observer tbai the pretty bicycle girl neyer wears blooaters —St take Tribune. Idsbo bat 774 persons engaged in the manufacturing busioeas, and their aunual output is 11,306,096. I The Bismarck shoe for working men. Only 9150, the very best for the least C. Buuting A Co. : ujouey. Burglars made their way into two , stories, Milites ami Kamseys s at Fslls a few nights ago and got ' away with considerable goods. The hot weather is still on the Hast Illinois caught it this week The bay crop is reported ruined and oats hod I It injured. Special Land Agent Sadler came in from Hailey, Sunday mud went over to Chesterfield Monday. Epworth League anniversary exer cise* st M. K Church nest Sunday. You are invited to attend. Dr. Givens is attending the annual meeting of the Association of Insane Asylum Superintendent* this week in se**loo at Deuver. Tb« Reform taegue, of Boston, bas openly declared against women riding trfcyciea. Its arguments, in many reprets, nre good and to tbe point. , I Nice line Of tau slippers and Ox Dr. Price's Cream Baklnx Powder Mort Perfect Ma 4«. ford« for latliea, misses aud rbihlren at Bunting's. Fifty pairs more of ladies fine but j ton »boot must be closed out for only |UM dollar per |ialr at W. A. Bull's. ■ j Freight rate* on ore from tbe Wood River mines to Salt Luke City, bave . ' ' been raised from 16.00 to 68 35 per ton. If th« hair baa been made to grow a natural color on bald beads In thou sands of caaee, by using Hall's Hair t Renewer, why will it not In your case? j Remember Ben H. Fernisb for Fire Works and Flags. Byron used a great deal of hair dressing, bat was vttry particular to have ooly tbe beat to be found in the tnsrket If Ayer's Hair Vigor bad l*een obtainable, then, doubtless be would have tested its merits, as so many distinguished and fashionable people are doing now-n-daya. Found-A bunch of keys, (two com- j mon door keys and one organ key) be tween Blackfoot and Snake river 1 bridge Isst Saturday. The owner can get them at the News office. Kililor Wallis, of the Paris Post, celebrated the 14th anniversary of his marringe on the evening of the lOtb inst. The News sends greetings and beat wishes for thrice fourteen returns of the happy day to the editor and his family. Awarded Highest Honors—World'» Fail DU t ^ CREAM ^ BAKING P0WDIR MOST PERFRCT MADE. A pure Grape Cresm of Tartar Powder. Pree •om Ammonia, Ahim or any other adulterant 40 YEARS T HB STANDARD. Children'» Day Celebretion. Children's Dey ara» celebrated by the mem Iters of the Baptist Sunday acbool, Sunday evening last. The church was beautiful with floral décor ation» and an overflowing audience greeted the little folks in their varied programme of nonga and recitations. Blackfoot always does itself honor when called upon to give encourage ment to tne little ones lu their school efforts before the public, and the offl. oera, teachers, and pupils of this school will have occasion to remem ber with satisfaction the crowded audience and respectful attention giv en them in appreciation of the rendi tion of their annual celebration. I A I Mailing a Stamp. How rnauy people know how to mail a stamp in a letter? Niue people out of ten stick it so carefully down that the recipient always loses his temper and generally the stamp in hit effort to release it. It i» really more exasperating than when the sender forgets altogether the «tamp he should h»ve enclosed, for then, at least, it is not wasted. Kven the moat extravagant of u» seldom baye souls above saving a stamp, for it is, sträng« • It, far dearer to us than the two cents by It H. It represents. The tenth person sends it loose, which is well enough, provid ing it does not slip out uneeen and vanish, as these totally depraved small things have a habit of doing. The proper way is a simple one. Cat with » sharp penknife two parallel slits at the top of your letter and alip in your sumps, which will (bus travel as safe ly as if in a special paper case. Per haps you have been in a country Til lage where money older» and postal note* are uuknown, and for some rea son it becomes necessary to »end change in a letter. Cut a piece of light cardboard tbe sise of the envel ope, and from this cut circular piece« tbe sise of your coins Insert the coins and paste a slip of paper acroaa one or both sides.—Demorest's Mag», (ins An Up to Data Maid. Where are you «otn». my pretty maid? "Up to the dru» «tore," ,b, Mid. Whei do rou need at the dru» «tore, pray? , A package of Tea 1 u«sd to-day. U that what make# your «km eu white? I Certainly. «Ir. for I lake It each nl»ht. Now meldeo fair, what may tble be? Why, elUy fellow, of coure«. Panaa' Tax. —Bold by Hull A Greene. lee Delltered Every ether Day. H. J. Horton will deliver Ice to any part of the city cveryotber day. Leave your older» at the Fulton meat market. Notice is hereby given that we tbe undersigned will apply to tbe Board of Pardons of tbe Stale of Idaho, at 1 KOT1CE. their session in July, 1895, for a par don. (Signed) John Bertoni, James Mike, Dou You Keep House? If so, you cannot afford to be with out a tattle of Parks' Cough Syrup where it will be bandy. Unequalled in Croup, Whooping Cough, and the disagreeable colds to which children are subject Sold by Hull A Greene. Wanted to Exchange. A young mare and colt for good cedar wood. For particulars apply at News Orricx. Some people are constantly troubled with pimples and boils, especially ataut the face and neck. The liest remedy is a thorough course of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which expels all humors through tbe proper channels, and so makes the skin become soft, healthy, and fair. The new Chicago canal is to cost about $20,000,000. When It is com pleted it will discharge from taxe Michigan into tho Illinois river 10,000 cubit feet of water per second, which is about 5 per cent of the volume flowing through the Niagara river. Mr. Oockburn, of Toronto, has called tbe attention of the Canadian Govern ment to this fact, and intimate« that it is a subject worthy of the attention of the hydraulic engineers of the Dominion. Tbe ill oousequence«, if any, are of a very remote character. Ic case Chicago should conclude here after to cut a huge waterway straight to the Mississippi river, she might de sire to use water enough to affect to a damaging extent the level of the Great Lakes. Who knows whether such a thing may not yet be done.— Advocate, I Knowed Them Eye« wuz Ellen'», j They drlv • kerrid»e to the door An* out of tt ■ led y got. All dree red In ellke end furbelowe. An' walked right up to wbur I tot. hot ehe. "1 ou we from Obedetown, I'm buntin' fer e Cep'n Brown." I looked, and when ber face 1 see. Think* I, "Ho, marin, you kmln't fool mo."— ! I knowed them eyes wux Ellen's. My darter, married twenty years An gone to Ure In 1 day bo; She'd growed an'okanged, but then, law me! queer ef a mother wouldn't know— Her hair wma tecbed a bit with gray An' mebby «be wan't quite so gay ; A leetle «muter lu ber «Ixe, Vit. a« I looked In them blueeyet, 1 knowed them eyes wux Earn a. An' to I rix right up at on«« An' grabbed her ctuae and hilt her tixht; An' ahe aex, "Mar!" an' I xes "Nell!'' Au' then we bugged with ail our might: Vor time might ketch me ou scimo things, Consld'rin' all the change It brings ; But wbeu I looked 1 knowed her shore— I aeen my babr'a eyes once more— • 1 knowed them r yes wul Ellen's. Hajdeo Bn»., Drj Good., Oroah». Good Veavr .. Bair, u, is cents per yard. Men a shirts from 2&c. each and up wards. Call and see them at Bunting's Just received 500 paper back novels by the best authors, 25 and 15 cents BenH. Fernisb. Shiloh's cure is sold on a guarantee. It cures incipient consumption. It is the best cough cure, only one cent a dose. 25c., 50c., and $1. sold by Ben H. Fernisb. each. HUN DOWN WITH DYSPEPSIA STOMACH Uver AND HEART AYTaOTZP. Almost in Despair h Bat Heellj OTJK-E3D Br Takln« V AYER'S PILLS " For firteea rears, I «ru s *rest inf- © trrrr troiu IndlgeMloa In lu sont forms. ® I tested the skill ol many doe ton, but o frrs «rone and worse, until I became © so «xsak I could not walk fifty yards ® without bavin» to sit down and rest. My o ttomseh. liver. and heart became »Bo. v- © ed, and I Ui«nght I would surely die. I £ tried Ayer's Pill» and they helped me o rl bt sway. I continued their use tnd © are now enUrrly well. 1 don't know at g anyihfn» thst win so quickly relieve o and cure the terrible auflhrtlic of dy»- © pc twit es Ayer'« Pi:!»"— John C. © Pam baud. Brodle, TV arreu Co., N. C. e AYER'S PILLS! Received Highest Award* o AT THE WOALD'I FAIR o oooooooooooooecooooooop ( ! t O < Mrs. T. S Hawkins, Chattanooga, 4 Tenn., says, "Shiiob's Yitalixer saved < Rie, I consider it the beat remedy < for © debilitated system I ever used." < 1 For dxspcpeia, liver or kidney trouble i 4 it excels Sold by Ben H. Fernisb. ' 4 ] 4 Seamless cotton socks, sold by the dusen only, at 65c. per dozen. C. Bunting A Co. Karl's Clover root, the great blood purifier gives freshness and cleat ness to tbe complexion and cures constipa tion, 25 eta., 50 cts., 91. sold by Ben Fernisb, Druggist. Beautiful line of laces and mbroid eriea, Vandyke point, cream and white, all new, direct from New York. C. Bunting A Co. Capt Sweeoey, 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. Fernisb. Some time ago 1 was taken sick \ with « cramp in the stomach, followed by diarrhoea. I took a ooupleof doses j of Chamberlain's Colic, Clolera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was immedi ately relieved. I consider it the best medicine in the market for all such complaints. I bave sold tbe remedy to others and everyone who it speaks highly it. J. W. Strick LKR, Valley Center, Cal. For sale by all druggists. To Ctlugo a Ml tfco Eut. PsMenaer* r'lnz eset for biielness. will ost orsllr sravltate to Chios»», as the »rest com mercial oontor. PaMonxer* re-rl«ttln» Ttend« or relatlre« In the «««tom state« alwey« de« I re to "take In" Chios»« en route. All «-laue« of |<a*eensent will find that the "Short Line" of the Chicaoo, Mii.wackks A 8t. Faul Rail way. Yl* Omaha and Oouncill Rtuffa. afford« excellent UclIUlo« to reach their dcetlnatlona In a manner that will be aura to »tve the ut moat Mttafactson. A reference to the time table« will Indicate the routa to be ohoeen, and by a*kln» sny principal spent west of the Mteaourt Hirer for s ticket over the Chicaoo, Council. Ri.crre a Omaha Shout Lins of the Chicaoo, Mii.wau ass A St Paul Railway, you will be cheer fully furnlahed with the propel p am port rls Omaha and Chlos«o Please note that all or the "Short Une" train* arrive In Cbicaro In ample time to connect with the ezprvMH ' of all the »rest throuph car 1 Ine« to the pal eastern eitle«. For additional particulars, timetables, maps, etc.. plesM' call on or address Alex. Mitchell Commercial Ascot, Salt Lake City. Utah. it We train« prlncl j M. J. Connell Co Butte. Montana ! t "The Aiflfl Sum Raft is a Progressive Oat.' Always seeking some new thing, always striving for new and improved methods in every line, always studying to break some person's cord; we carry this energetic spirit into re yy g str j,. ( , (; jr j MT fecti(m J„ ever y article, ill eVerV department and in every detail Superfine Black Satin, colored figures, reduced from 25 cents per yard to $1.50 cents for 9 yard dress pattern. Light Colored Chatties at 5 cents per yard. Fancy Figured black Dress Goods at 50 and 75 cents per yard. Fine Satin Soleil, a superior make of black dress goods, $1 to$lJ!5yd Extra Values in figured black Dress Goods at $1, 125 and 1.50 a yard Extra fine values in Henriettas at $1, 1J!5 and 1J50 per yard. Black Dress Goods complete and assorted stock. 30 H GoM China Sill, all Shades, 75cts. par yard. We have a large and well assorted stock of Fan cy Silks in all colors, for waists and dress trim mings. Send sample of dress goods and we will forward samples of silK and cambric with it T_ Co2=L3n.ell Co. > Mb A A idh a A A MU, *R Shi m Jh iR« lift, A A dh Jh q d> * A I J * PUR® T ► ( ► is the whole story BEWARE t about < m. AND HAMER SOPA 4 < < < 4 4 > I in packages Casta ie marc than other package *~da—never spoils flour—universally acknowledged rarest ia the world. Hade only by CHURCH k C0-, Hew Tark. Sold by gro cers everywhere. 4 C. BUNTING & CO., BANKERS, INCORPORATED, IDAHO. BLACKFOOT, Transacts A General Banking Business. INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS. Issue drafts direct on aU principal cities of Europe. ACTIVE RESPONSIBLE ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS i NEW YORK. CHICAGO. OMAHA. OGDEN. SALT LAKE CITY. SAN FRANCISCO. CHASE NATIONAL BANK FIRST NATIONAL BANK, OMAHA NATIONAL BANK, FIRgT NATIONAL BANK. - McCORNICK A CO., BANKERS, FIRST NATIONAL BANK. ASSOCIATE BANK t POCATELLO, IDAHO FIRST NATIONAL BANK, J. G. READ & BROTHERS, WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF Harness, Saddles, Collars & Whips, 3448 'Washington Am«., Ogd«n, Ufmh. FT"In order to keep »he public auquinted with the fact that we know it is hard times—therefore we are making great Cut* in Prloea on our good*. We have a targe Stock of Ha roes* of All Descrlptiona, Saddles of G rest Varie tins aud a good »lock of all Other Good« Id the Harae©» aud Saddle line. Write ua for Price« sod be oouvioced.