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FORtIGN PICKUPS.
The common measure of road dis
tance in France is the kilometer, or
1.000 meters, a little over three-quarters
pf a mile.
To keep the 30,000 odd miles of tele
graph line in order in Great Britain
and provide for the proper dispatch and
delivery of the millions of messages
that pass over them every month entails
expenditure of about $ 11 , 250,000 a
year.
Good sponge« have steadily grown
dearer of lat« years, and now the
Cuban insurrection cuts off one source
of supply. Since the rebellion so many
of the fishermen are forced to serve on
board ship that there are scarcely any
left to go fishing.
In England no physician can legally
give a certificate of the cause of death
unless he has prescribed for the per
at least 43 hours before death.
Without such certificate no undertaker
is permitted to bury the body.
The Birmingham mint has just re
ceived a huge order from the Russian
government for copper coins. The total
number of coins required is over 70.
000,000. The coins, which consist of
three, two, one, half and quarter
kopeck pieces, are already being struck
«m
In
To
BOD
S.
O :T.
Turin is going to hold an Italian ex
hibition in 1898. It will include the
work of Italians abroad and of the
Catholic missions. There will also be
an international exhibition of electric
appliances and of machinery. Among
the special features will be athletic
games and a review of comic art.
Argentina has passed an extraordi
nary law, according to the Pall Mall
Gazette. After January 1. 1397. every
unmarried male between 20 and 80 must
jay a monthly tax to the state. Should
celibates of either sex refuse an offer
of marriage without good reason, they
must pay $500 to the person refused.
FIELDS OF CARNAGE.
\
The battle of Bosworth, where Rich
ard III. lost his life, was fought on A
little hamlet of the same name, 12 miles
west of Leicester. On the hill over the
town, now called Crown hill, a monu
ment marks the spot where the crown
of Richard was placed on the head of
Henry.
Jena, where Napoleon defeated the
Prussians, is a town of Saxe-Weimar
Eisenach, on a small stream called the
Suale, and 12 miles southeast of Weimar.
On the same day that Napoleon won his
victory at Jena Davoust defeated an
other Prussian army at Auerstadt, a vil
lage in Thuringia.
Hohenlinden, where Moreau in
flicted a crushing defeat upon the Aus
trians. is a hamlet of Upper Bavaria.
£0 miles east of Munich. The famous
poem of Thomas Campbell beginning
"On Linden when the sun was low"
Was written by the poet after a visit to
the battlefield the day succeeding the
battle.
Chaeronea, where Philip ruined
Greece by utterly defeating the army
pf the Athenians, is a town of northern
Greece. A village on the ruins of the
ancient city is known as Capurna. The
ancient town is more noted for being
the birthplace of Plutarch than for the
battle that was fought without its
walls.
FLASHES OF FUN.
Goehing—"Why do you coll her of
O certain age?" Barker—"Because she
pever changes it."—Truth.
"Do you hear that whining in the
next room?" "Yes; who is it?" "That'3
the football rusher who got off those
manly utterances at the end of the
game; hi» wife is rubbing his lame
shoulder."—Chicago Record.
Yabsley—"The truest test of a man's
friendship is his willingness to lend
you money." Mudge—"Oh, 'most any
body will lend money. The real test
is when you strike him for a second
loan."—Indianapolis Journal.
Teacher—"Tommy, what do you
mean, you naughty boy?" Tommy—
81 ain't doin' nothin'." Teacher—
f'Why, Tommy, you whjstled; I heard
you." Tommy—"My mother says you
shouldn't believe all you hear."—Bos
ton Transcript.
ton Transcript.
HINTS FOR GREEN CYCLISTS.
Don't try to catch the handle-bar
with your teeth.
Don't look round to see if the hind
wheel is following.
Don't be surprised if the front wheel
shows a disposition to turn into a yard
and lie down for a rest.
Always fall on your right shoulder,
and do not let your ear strike tho
ground till a few second* later.
When you lose a penial don't get off
and go back to look for it. It's there on
the machine still, and if you'll frei for
it long enough you'li find it again.
Should you find a runaway horse on
your trail, keep close b» the curb until
lie has passed. Then make a spurt and
seize him by tbe toil and put on the
brake.
Never kill a pedestrian when it can
be avoided, but when you do kill one
dismount and say you're sorry.—Hub.
CURIOUS FACTS.
Whales are never seen in the Gulf
stream.
The smallest hummingbird weighs but
CO grains.
The Holland dykes are from ten to
forty feet in height.
Camphor and gun cotton are the
chief constituents of celluloid goods.
The French minister of war lately of
fered a prize for the swiftest bird in a
flight from Perigueux to Paris, 310
miles. There were 2,74ß entries, nnd
the winner did the distance in seven
hours and thirty-four minutes.
Sawdust is turned into transportable
fuel In some parts of BcoitJanri by a
«cry simple process. Jt Lln-uted under
high steam pressure until the resinous
Ingredients become sticky, when it Is
pressed into bricks. One man with a
two horse power machine can turn opt
P,l)00 bricks a day,
Many merchants are aware that their
customers are their best friends and
take pleasure in supplying them with
the best goods obtainable. As an in
stance we mention Perry Cameron,
prominent druggists of Flushing, Mich
igan. They say: "We have no hesita
tion in recommending Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy to our customers, as it
is the best cough medicine we have
ever sold, and always gives satisfac
tion." For sale at 25 and 50 cents per
bottle by lien Fernish, druggist.
make
that
tster
can
1.
his
of,
A Petition.
F THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIFTH
Judicial District of Idaho, in and for ding
hum County.
In the Matte« or Changing the Name or
Dwioht Rockwell, Commonly Known
as Daniel Raymond.
I N
To the Honorable District Court in and
rou Ringham County. State or Idaho :
The petition of Dwight Rockwell, commonly
known as Daniel Raymond.respectfully shows : !
1. That your said petitioner was born at 1 tub
South Windsor, in the State of Connecticut, U.
S. A., July 11th. 1861.
3. That your petitioner now resides land
continuously for about seven years last past)
has resided at tile town of BlacKfoot, in Ring,
ham County. Idaho.
3. That petitioner's father and mother are
both dead, and so far as known to petitioner
the following are the names and places of res
idences of his near relatives: Petitioner's
wife, Margaretha, at Blackfoot, Idaho; Calla
Walker, petitioner's sister, at Belcbertown,
Massachusetts; Everett Rockwell, Dexter
Rockwell, and Lester A. Rockwell, petitioner's
brothers, residence unknown.
4. That petitioner's original name was. and
is, Dwight Rockwell, but that upon coming to
Blackfoot, Idaho, be adopted, and during his
residence at that place for the last seven
years as aforesaid, has borne the name of
Daniel Raymond, and in all his social business
and contractual relations ho has been, and
now is known and designated as Daniel Ray
mond. and by such name has assumed solemn
obligations, and become invested with valua
ble rights, and the petitioner therefore assigus
tbe foregoing as reasons for desiring that his
name be Judicially declared to be Daniel Ray
mond.
the
in.
tiff
erty
tiff
to
ed
Whereyore, Your petitioner prays for a
decree of thisjt'ouyt formally changing bis
name from Dwight Rockwell to Daniel Kay
mond, adjudging tbe latter to be his true and
legal name; and for such other relief as to tbe
Court may seem meet and Just.
Dated January 19th, 1847.
DWIGHT ROCKWELL, Petitioner.
F. 9. Dietrich, Att'y. for Petitioner.
When your liver is out of order take
Dr. G. W. Shores' Anti-Constipation
Pills. Hull & Greene sell them.
Estraj Notiee.
Came into my pasture, near Black
foot, about September 20th, 1896, one
Iron-Gray Horse, four years old. white
strip in face, weight about 1100 pounds.
No visible brands.
Owner is requested to prove prop
erty. pay charges and take the animal
away or it will be sold as the law di
rects.
Blackfoot, Idaho, Jan. 4th, 1897.
H. C. Dippel.
TO LOAN!
We have
Money to
well Improved Farms, j
Farmers make your applications as soon
as possible.
plenty
Loan on
of
LINDSAY St CO.,
Idaho Falls, Idaho.
The Silver
Mom Mml
IS NOW
B
Has been cleaned up and
newly furnished through
out and will run as a first-class house. Home
cooking. Everything neat and clean. We
will be pleased to meet all of our old friends
nxr
T. S. MORRISON, Prop.
II
lijVlqcitile, (Ji)BUr pass able,
Without a Peer,"
Writes a regular subscriber, who has
read it for many years, of tho Twlcc-a
Week issue of the
and this 1" the unanimous verdict of
its more than half a million readers.
It is beyond all comparison, the big
gest, best and cheapest National news
and family Journal published in Amer
ica. It is xtrictljr Republican in poli
ties, but it is above all a newspaper,
and gives all the news promptly, accu
rately and impart,iatly.TJIt I» Imlispens.
able to the Farmer, Merchant or Pro
fessional man who desires to keep thor
oughly posted, but has not thn time to
read a large daily paper, while Hb great
variety of well-selected reading matter
makes it an Invaluable Home and Fain
ily Paper.
TWO PAPERS EVERYBYEEK.
EIGHT PAGES EACH TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
UNE DOLLAR FOR ONE YEAR.
SAMPLE COPIES FREE.
GLOBE PRINTING CO
■f
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Noth'»" for Publication.
Land Office at Blaskfoot, Idaho,
January null, 1*17.
Notice Is given that the following-named
settler has tiled notice of hia Intention to
make anal proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof wit! be made before the Heg
tster and Receiver at Ulackfoot, Idaho, oti
March 8th. 1"07. vis: Araoa Jones, of Ameri
can Kails. Idaho, for the Lot 4. Section 7, Lots
1. S, a, SKV, NWS,. NEV, SW»». Section 18,
Township 8 South, Mutige 31 East, Meise Me
ridian.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, vis:
John M. Neeley, Samuel llaufth. Joseph J.
Sorenson, Walter T. Oliver, all of American
Kails, Idaho
JNO. W. JONES, Reoelrer.
SUMMONS.
I N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIFTH
Judicial District, County of Uinghum.
State ot Idaho.
Gertrude tlulrd. Plaintiff,
!
:
SUMMONS.
VS
W. A. Baird, Defendant.
1 tub State or Idaho Sends Greeting to
W. A. Uaikd, Dekendant:
You are hereby summoned and required to
appear in an action brought against you by
the above-named plaintiff in the District
Court of the Fifth Judicial District ut tbe
State uf Idaho, in and for the County of Bing
ham. and to answer the complaint Hied there
in. within ten days (exclusive uf the day of
service) after the service on you of this sum
mons. if served within this County; or ir
served out of this County, but in this Dis
trict, within twenty days; ur If served else
where, within forty days.
The said actiou is brought to obtain Judg
ment trorn you, first, that the bonds of
uiatrimouy now existing between plain
tiff and you be dissolved; that the prop
erty described in the complaint be al
lowed to and set aside to plaintiff, and
that you be enjoined and restrained from dis
posing or Interfering Iwtth said property:
that you be required to pay into Court a rea
sonable sum to defray tbe expenses of this
action and for counsel fees: and pay ^o the
plaintiff such other sum as to the Court may
seem Just as alimony. Plaintiff prays for
costs and all proper relief.
This actiou Is brought on the grounds that
you, the said defendant, have for the past year
failed to provide for plaintiff tbe commou nec
essaries of life, because of your idleness, prof
llgacv and dissipation, and
July, 188«, you deserted and abandoned plain
tiff without cause or reason and against her
will and consent and still continue to so
abandon plaiutiff.
Tbe particulars more fully appearing from
the plaintiff '» complaint on Hie In this action.
And you are hereby no tilled that if you fall
to appear and answer the said complaint, as
above required, the said plaiutiff will
apply to tbe said Court for relief demand
ed in plaintiff 's complaint filed herein.
Witness my hand and the seal of the Dis
trict Court of the Fifth Judicial District of the
state of Idaho, in and for the County of Bing
ham, this Ski day of December, 184«.
GEO. F. G AGON. Clerk.
Chalmers A Beckwith. Attys. for Pl'ffs.
J.
the 37th day ot
- '• :
Subscribing for Metropolitan
Papers.
The coming year will be crowded
with big news uvent* and • happenings,
the details of which everyone interest
ed in national and foreign affairs wilt
want to read. The best Western news
paper published is the Semi-Weekly
Republic of St.-Louis. It is only $1 a
year, and for that«amount it will send
two papers a week to any address for
j one y ear -
The Republic daily is $0 a year, $3
for 6 months or $1.50 for 3 months.
on
of
r When yon ^
plant seeds, plant
FERRYS
We
Always the best.
For »ale- everywhere.
0. M. FERRY « CO..
L. Detroit Mich. A
PKUFKSSJÜNAL C'A Hi*«
WILLIAM H. BEHLE,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office, second door; south of C. Hunt
ing & Co. 's building.
ULAl'KFOOT, 1 i
IDAHO.
GEORGE L. WALL,
Land HUorney.
Real Rotate tuut Insurance Agent.
Contests a Specialty.
<STOfflce next door to U. S. Land Office.
BLACKFOOT, IDAHO.
H. GR1MMETT,
ATTORNEY AT LA W*
BLACKFOOT, IDAHO.
Stewart & Dietrich,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
ßlackfoot, Idaho,
J. M. Sleteus Stenographer, la Office.
Insure Your Buildings
Against Fire with
F. W. VOGLER,
Pioneer Insurance Agt
Of Bingham County. He
represents Five of the bat
Fire Corn panic», also the
New York Life Ins. Co
JOHN A. QUILLEN,
CftRPENlTER «-{
-AND
PlIlLPER.
tWPLANS, SPECIFICATIONS and ESTI
MATES GIVEN ON APPLICATION.
Blackfoot, - - Idaho.
Huy For Sale.
II. Fornier, of Wolverine, has 200
Tons ot Hay for sale. Will sell in qusn
ties to suit buyers at hard times prices.
Parties writing to him will address
Presto P. O.
If you try to wear a cough out you
will most likely wear yourself out. Get
a 25 cent bottle of Dr. G. W. Shore*'
Cough Cure and save a doctor's bill. |
I
Sold by Hull & Greene.
American
Biscuit and Manuf'g Go,
Successors to
Utah Cracker Factory.
Mantifacturere of the Uelel,rated
SILVER BRAND OF FINE ( BACKERS.
There *,»»1* are «old hy ail the wh..le«aie
Omctir* in Utah.
442 South Second West Street,
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
8en«l In your »r«ler».
Herman A. Mondschein,
A "
•- ,
Watchmaker & Jeweler,
Doe» All Kind» of Repairing.
All Work Warranted. Prices Reasonable.
OFFICE - In Curtis' Hardware Hlore
If yon suffer from any of the various
female ailments and want
try Dr. O.W.Shores' Favorite Prescrip
tion. It Is a local application, easy,
safe and pleasant to use, and never falls.
Write for special Information to box
1205, Salt Lake <'Hy $i a !s,Ule at
iliill & Greene's,
a sure cure
ii
UTAH & NORTHERN TIME CARO
BOOTH BOUND
No. 8, Mail and Express,
" 28, Through Freight,
" 30, Local Freight,
north non» :
No. 7 Mail and Express, 4:12, a- m.
" 20, Local Freight,
" 27, Through Kn ight,
J. A. COLLIN*, Agent.
1:40, a. tu.
1:55, a. m.
12:06, p. m.
8:35, a. tu.
2:45, p. in.
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County IHrcetorg
Sheriff - - - *
Auditor anti Rtseordor, Goo. ¥. Gntfoti
Probate Judge end 8upt. Hehooht,
- - * * Äi 0 A W ÄSSr
A^ur'aadCollector, W. D. iiunakor j
Lester T. Mitchell
- »'has. l>. Chapin
L J. L. Bumgarner
: * Miles L>. Andrus
I Robert U. Smith
<r
Surveyor
Commissioners:
iMtlges
Mahon ic. I tegular
comm jiiioaUiuis of
«3 N«i
. trill
Grove« it» Ludg
33, A. F. & A. M
be held at Ma
Hail at SAW I
Tuesday before fail I
moon cAch mouth. I
All fbitlu broth- j
cor liai!» is
A.AIN, VV M.
er* in good
vited.
* tar,ding are
GEORGE »
N. C. Ti re8, Sect
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Golden Rule
No. 24,1.0. O. F.
on Ttura-j
at 8 o'clock, '
V Lit tug brother
Hits
d*> evening, every »
io M4M* ni U - Hall,
arv cunÜfcüy invited.
Geo. K Hanot,
N. G.
Jno. N. Downing, bœ'jr.

G Lotto r. II. Thom ah Dust
N o. 9, G. A. It . bolds regular I
meeting» ou Uw Fins» T"«
da> night of •
the Masonic H»U la Black
liait, at 7 »»-lack. Ait corn
nv
I
in good
.-.ted to be pre
-Tad
requ
J. c. Ftatipj
J. P. Porter, Adju
mander.
United Statu» Land Orne*.
OÄ4.« hour» I W».n liUt lRp ■
itoêvtvrr
Mo G Erowi» 1
JutttW.Ju*»:
Poe
rru.'t Hot* re :
Week Day»
Sunday»
» <»a ■ at«) »a.
Htiull Warn.
E. S. Steve**. P M
church:
church:
METHODIST Rrv J R. Tat Ps*lov !
Preaching wrry Sunds y nwrning si It j
u cluck.and Ing s» 7 » «'«task. Prsyw j
mwitliiK M«*f
Hutul+jr »icirvUj Afutttv+m
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ft !
ni«iv
Satire far I'sbtlrsUaa.
Laral Offio> at 111*1-40»,« lAahn. I
Jwiibarv stli, pv7 f
Notie» I» hereby rire« that lb» t-44r»:n( . <
named •••«»i*r ha» filed notice of bi» intenlbei
to make final proof in *up|r>rt of bD claim,
and that «aid proof will he (node before (he
Mertter and tfre,-lv»r at iikrkUwt, Idaho,
un February 15th, I «id. vu.
of Black font, Idaho, forth« NE'*
.13. K M KB M
l»hMB fini*»,
r ».Tap
II»
i«a the following wifn»aaew p, prove
hi» continuou» rretdetw* up« and cultiva
Uno of of «* 1-1 laud. vU ;
AUifi/*>n A»r*m Ç VSmm, K<>iAr(
S. C. fitmupma. mli ot WmckOnA,
Idaho.
JNO n HIP/W N R.,4P,
Satire for Publication.
[ Inert Land Fn«,f ]
W.H laud Offi.-«, Iila«kf.«,t. Idahn,
January l/th, mn.
Notire le herehy «Ivrri that Jauww J Horen
•nn. nf American Falla. Idaho, ha* filed Both»
of inumtlon to make proof ,«i hw lowert
land Claim No ur.n. for ih<- N -, » wq. (h*, u.
and N'4 HB1». H.*; 15. Twp » 8.. H an F. ft M
twfore thn K- »!»ti r à Hatwlver at lliankfi.d,
Idaho, on M,«irl*y. the Mb day of Mart-h. IfO!
Ho nam*-* the folio* lop witn. eere a, pr*,ve
the remplet« Irrigation and reclamation uf wid
lan-1 :
A in«* Jone«. J«dm M Neeley. p aml ,*|
luoah. Waller T. Oliver, alt of American
Fall». Idaho.
JNO. W.JONK8. Ib-relver.
Notice for PuliliratluR.
CDevert l.«n.i ("roof )
I-. 8. lamd Office, lliackf«»d Idaho I
January lath, 1*1/7. {
Notlre I« hereby aln-n that Cara Faulkner,
of Blackfret, IlniKliam County, Idaho,
file«) notloe of tier Intention e, make
her Deaert land l lalm No.
ha«
proof on
uao m. , M *'- t,,r ' hn »•*
8F.S He,-. », Twp. î, H , I«. m K. Il M . Imfor,
th*- IP-si.icraml IU«-nlv. r«t lllsckf-»,/. Idaho,
«m Tu* . ,i«y, th«, 2nd day of March- |sir7
Hhc name« the folk,win« wlinc«* »., pr ,„.
tho remplet« irri«atkm and reclamation of
ft»io I Ann:
Luther M. I
iiow.n », A. Bull, WllUam
lilah,* ' Whl1 "'"- «h of Black fi», t,
JN«f. W, JONRH, llcc- lvcr.
Notice f«r Publication.
Uml Office hi liiarkf>*,i, Idaho I
January I2ih, iHfi, \
' I« hr-rct-y Hlv. n that the following.
wMli-r tins filed id »t I«
Nolle,
named -
.. , of heriiitcnlkm
and lm m ' Isl'n
H -vi. r m T'''' "" l "" '«'for" thn
H *l»ler ami Receiver at lllsnkbmt, Idaho
TaZZFtTs V|, ' : «How
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, 3"* 2 and 4, Sec. u. Twp. #8. It. M
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AMD REFERE K<R l'a» «AdaRU»'
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& Challis Stage Co
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Wmi aod th# r*u it»
Usrrjlng Mail, feme »fen
G avee Nlachfno» dally a« *»_••
Lia» Hirer Mine« HomUK
« lay Phi. Uualor, Bayb-trae and
Fare*»»-»» are oarried la
horae onaeba«.
Eating ho turns on Uw II»» •»
Fur furtlwr ü.forœatwm ap»8F **
F. W. VOGI.F.B. Oenerel
IJIaoWs»*.«^
Tetter, ■Hlt-Ilbe«*» sbA Ke ^j,
The intens« ItehlugM/l
d«nt to ÜU9M di#'**** Ut *"*"*1^ A
by applying Chsmlsirlslot P
Skin Ointment. Many «, «,
have b«ien permanently cured of
is «sinul ly efficient tot IteblnS
» favorite remedy ( < J r , m t„2\
chapped hands, cnllblsiwbj^
and chn. >ic sore «yes.
Dr. Csdy*s CaaditU« 2
Just what a hors« net'ds ^
condition. Tonte, Moon VfrZt yi
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