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BLACKFOOT, BINGHAM COUNTY, IDAHO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21.1899.
NO. 22 13. art) I» OME A*® OTHER HEWt. Mjldler boys will pass Blackfoot Sunday ontaaa through Give the gallant boy* a hearty of scarlet fever is re dende the third ward of Bolae City. Manila soldiers are sick In at Sau Francisco, jported from Bol.e that f.l. ; in. will soon make a return lapan. ,t m41!J politicians complain of lu the political harvest "I* D Whittington, of Pocatello, .ckfoul visitor Monday. lie bo!*, of I>o»l Hiver, ha* boon brr tiatcr, Mrs. (.'has. Johnson. ifuot. '. E. Thum bas returned from Hauler, county auperintondent alt, viiited Salt Lake school* k. tares* Harvey went to Bait Lake , f afternoon to lake a civil j etamioatioo. iherof new scholar» were added 1 rhool rosier last Monday. dt Shoup has gone to North I look over tbe situation in the A.ff • - Mcltcney, widow of the tnur tef engineer of tbe O. S. Ry,, kc her home in Pocatello. Pureel, daughter of Mr. and oho. prrM-oled her hu.band .sgl.to! the inb.tn.l. J j jck county committed four pria* f tbe can- and keeping of Ward y uf the '»late penitentiary at «'« u-rui of rourt 00 Meter, J. M. Steven» and i ItaKay «cru detegate* to the sidge of 1 Kid Follow* at Welaer. ! ' j Wrfhl will tag in a tcbool term let 29, \Vr*i Side, next kloodi) t »*c, daughter of Mr. am» Mr» 1 ! G*|fon. ho« btcQ under medical ■ the week. ird Henderson, until lately In j iploy of the Idaho Forwarding ; accepted a position at Welver. flajm-iisj and . K. Barnhart IK»: ml uater county for a wcok a J ilh d<-,-r and antelope. j rgular meeting of Grove City ' f M»«m< will tie bold at the ball ' iturday, evening. Hilling« once aatd: "I-aff eTery fee! tickled and lafT once la a 1-... ■■■» aged fathei of Got. D. W. Figgina rally ill at hi. home in ilaitcy. p»rl>v were In tha U. 8 . land bu.ioi-.v Monday, «how com igev made the «um of 24- year». H|»kanc to Mliwoula the traek* •t fin-« arc cverywhero vUibly. '•of dollar» worth of raluable h». I icon de»lroyod. « member» of the Flr«t Idaho mt died nt San Francisco after * n K !r "'n Manila, and before they "•»eh their homes. I»aar Waddell, Bishop I'ralt i'arki-r, of Salt Ijvke City, had "Ith the Blackfoot land office j H muter Barton, of Moscow, ha* «ported for a number Of ahorl !•, and peiitlon* have been for ' U> the department praying foi' rmu- .Stcunenbcrg la In Waah «H buslne»» with the War de bouching tbs Cisur d'Alene nt •m>w storms of lost week, wore throughout tho inter-mountain I, and »«re heavier in North Ida ' Sl, ml«na than at Blackfoot. town of St. Anthony ha* boon orated and I* discussing cloctrlc and oilier Improvement«. The hero" spirit of the town Is to bo * I Praised and encouraged. lno "t County Journal says: Hu llK>r »nd Collector A. D. Miller has Wrested for OabOBBtOBMd and R * Prollmlnary hearing before » next Wednesday. received a full line of Plcklo l"'l up by ihe California Packing A No. I, at Holbrook's. ''Puli! fer Poultry at tho Fulton thorn along. F. DeKay. Boomer, "Mother of tho 1 nt of Idaho volunteers, pur » beautiful »ilk ling ofiUrs and * m h were folded about the re » Unglc,. Taylor, Fruit grower» »I Brigham City, Utah, art) heavy lo«cr* by last week'« »now «term. In many orchard» late crop» of peachea were ungathered and the weight of the heavy »now added to their weight ruined the tree«. Attorney General Hay» hae gone to Washington in a matter growing out of the arrest of one of the county mlssloner* of Hho«hone county at the lime of the general arrest of the rioter«. How common it I» for people to blame other» for things for which they thera aelve* are »olely reapooafble. We never aaw a man gut on the wrong train at a union depot without blaming the com pany for hla mistake. Karl Houck who baa been salesman for D. H. Bielhan for a number of year» I» to leave in a few day* for Welaer. Hi» place will be Oiled by an experienced salesman from Omaha. «ora Captain Whittington and Lieut. Kane, of Co. G, aud Lieut. Tscbudy, of Co. K, and sixteen oon-cotumlMioncd officer» and meu of the companies at-1 Dr. Hooker, of Pocatello, came up Tuesday to attend tbe funeral of Bugler Taylor, but wa* recalled Immediately by telegram to relieve a patient lo danger of being choked by a boue in ; his throat. tended the fuueral of Uuglur Fred J. Taylor. Receiver Rieh of the Idaho Canal company, ha* let tbe contract of con struction of the reservation canal from Blarxfoot River to Ron Fork Creek to Corey Bros, who begin work this week. Admiral Dewey 1. the highest rank " r " 1,1 *>.c •ervire of the United Stale*. Relatively an admiral rank* with a full general. Tbe fact that our bigbcl military officer 1. a major general, aud General Mlle» hold» that rank, then Dewey J stood» two »top* In rank above Mile». I Mr. Df*e;, of Gray*« Uke, a oounin of Admiral Dowry # wa*lo lllackfooi Moo |iru»v('tillng bcuiiIcoI In the land office. Mr. lJrwey came to Utah in 1(M7 »">' *>«* led an active, busy life all thee - Aill»ou g b in lil" 74ih year. Father Time ha* dell kindly with him and be ia aa well preserved as if be had never seen a calendar «lib bis Will Me*datno* Fl.hct Ci.-vcland, Soule Scavers, of ihc Red Cross society of , w . lcUo , ho >rc p , a |,,,i every where j or noble work they have done for tbe Idaho volunteer», attended the funeral of Bugler Fred Taylor at Black foot Tuesday. These ladies came a* ministering messenger» bringing com fort to the afflicted family and offering» of fragrant flower» lo memory of the aoltlior dead. The floral decoration* for the funeral aervlcca of Bugler Fred Taylor were elaborate and some of them were ex qulftitly beautiful. Some wore aent by Mr». Boomer, "Mother of the Hegt ment," »time by friend« in San Frun c!»co, tome by tbe ladle* of the Bed fro*» of I'oontolto, some by member» of Co. G aud other* by friend» In lllaek foot. The six Ineheaof »now fall In the 1'» loute country la*t week did great dam to fruit tree* and crop» in tho field. ago In many orchard« tree« wore heavily laden with apples and the llruba were from the trunk like a lopping knife torn had been n*ed to cut them off. In somu fields laic whest had not been harvested and flax crop» had not been cut and these wore so weighted down that they Tho loss 1» very cannot be aaved. great. Judge Rich wilt begin his fall term of court at Salmon Glly next Monday. From experioneea of tho trip last spring It Is safe to nay hi* stenographer had rather take all the testimony In all the cases on the docket than tho stage ride over the divide. I-u»t spring *he went out "an Innocent abroad," with overshoes, muffler, out mackintosh fur», blankets, storm coat or anything pertaining to winter wear at that late and encountered rain, »loot, , mud, wind, a diminutive blixxard, a stormlct, a frocxlug «pell *u*l ol cetera, and she has bocu dreading "over tho from that term of court to tho blch begins next week. season »now divide one w Thanks. Madame» Ed and Al Criswell, sister», and the son nnd daughter of tho lato Fred J. Taylor have requested The News to convey their sincere thanks to all who have sympathised with them In their deep affliction, and who so kindly assisted at the funeral and burial of tholr beloved demi. Cranberries, sweet iwlatocs and col cry at Holbrook's. nnd 1 keep poultry, <>.v«<'.r* all first-class meals F. K. DeKay. pickle» a» well a* Givo mo a cult. Buried With Military Honor«. Bugler Fred J. Taylor, of Co. G, First Idaho Volunteers, 1« sleeping tonight in the bivouac of the dead. No more with bl» faithful bugle will he call his com rades to arms. He has blown his last call for the charge; he has fought bis lan battle. The taps have been sound ed and his light of life has been put out. When he debarked from the troop ship Grant at San Francisco amid the myriads of shouts of welcome to return ing heroes, be said to the loviog people who thronged the piers, not with feeble words but in the deathly glare of his sunkeo eyes, hollow cheeks and frail aDd tottering form: "Look at me and see, 1 have given my life to my country and to my country's cause and have come back to you and to my home to die. Bugler Taylor departed this life at San Francisco October Ilth, 1899, and hit remains were shipped to Blackfoot (or burial. Tuesday the 17th his funeral services, in tho presence of a large assemblage of citizens and »«Idler», wereoonductcd from St. Paul's church by Kev, Mr. Murpby, of Poca tello, and hi* remains escorted by offi cer» and members of companies G and K and members of the Grand Army of the Republic were laid to real with military honor* in the Odd Fellows'cemetery to await the bugle's sound for reveille in tbe morn of the Re»urrection. Bugler Taylor was a faithful soldier. He »erved bis country well, and his com rades »hare with hi* children and sisters the deep grief which has come to them in tbe death of the brave ; soldier who died for hit country after he bad left the battle field where victory hrsd ix**n woo and when almost iu night of home. From proceeding» of asylum directors tnwtloc publi.h the following Mate «ent for the quarter eodud Sep leather 3Ütb, 1890 : The AiylH« Director* Meetinf. Male*. F. Total No. of |* 4 lh*ota July Ift. 99 .. 119 73 II C U & IB rci -Irctl ... dtucHanrcd 12 4 10 2 0 2 I 0 1 dKd . doped. fiept. .Vth. IHM 11« 74 HC Avrrafc No. patents, July II. 11B TO 1*1 *•*•** Auiruot, 124 71 1B0 •* M 44 fiept. Ilalarv'« remain* in BxpetiMC Fund per statement, J 11 » U I» • 30th. IW $5T.*XU» Amount of bills allowed for quar ter. ended Sept. 30th. *98. iren i«l trau*|N»rta eral c-*pen«e« ».42T..«7 is. «4.« Ution of patients. Uslsnce ivmaintnjr Iu fund B«litucf rcrastnln* In Improve* Fund, a* per statement Juno *th. !*• Amount of bills allowed tor quar ter ended Heptember 10 th, 10 UB Balance 00 hand . The machinery for the new laundry wa* e* »utnu* teil for and bkl* for winter «o»d* awardiM and after some mi»ccllancouB bus lne«a the board adjourned. 3.504.80 1,417.09 2,0fC..M I J. Big flMsptten at BasaM. Tho patriotic cltiacns of Basalt are arranging for a royal reception for Andy Robertaon, their returning volunteer from Manila, who served with the bravo boys from Montaua. The reception will begin Friday af ternoon at 1 o'clock, October ILlh. The program a* fur as arranged Is aa follows : Chairman of meeting, Hector Stewart. Address of Welcome,...C'lias. Criddlo. Response.Col. J. W. Jones. Song. Recitation. Judge McCurdy. Speech Presentation of modal. Diuner from .7 until 5 o'clock. The exercise» of the day to close with a grand ball at the school house. Privai* Hjrum Spillman Dsad. Private Hyrum Spillman, Co. G, First Idaho Volunteers, died In a hos pital at Presidio, October 12tb. the regiment was mustered out he was too sick to accompuuy It home. Ho made a good soldier and was highly es His remains When teemed by his eomrados. brought to Pocatello where funer werc al services we.ro held and afterwards were shipped to Logan, Utah, for burial. Impsachmant Proceedings. News is informed that The liOUls Klg has filed a complaint look ing to the impeachment of County At torney N. II. Clark. The trial will be held in Judge Rich's court in Novem We arc not Informed as to partic liut understand tho so bor. ulsrs In tho case complaint is based on »alary of county attorney. the question of Ladies, don't fall to seo Bicthan's Fall line of line shoos, just received, Try some home cured hum and bacon from the Fulton innrkot. Full lino of men's shoe:- at W. A. Bull's. . woet ciOcr at G. H. Holbrook Farm Loans BEST YOU CAS GET. Ally, JOI MAY, IpAffO FALLS, Or, F. W. BEANE See I plaokfoot, - - Idaho. Offies Days. The office of County Sup erintendent will be open on Friday and Saturday of each week, from 9 o'clock until SdX). Lydian Hadley, County Supt. Hull & Woodruff guarantee every bottle of Chamberlain'« Cough Remedy and will refund the money to any one who is not satisfied after using two third* of the contents. This is the best remedy in the world for la grippe, coughs, cold*, croup and whoopiug cough and it pleasant and safe to take. It prevents any tendency of a cold to result In pneumonia. 50,000 Rabbit and Hare Skia» Wanted dur ing winter months; also other skinB. Address, 418 Ellis St. Wood-Mayor Co., San Francisco, Cal. NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS. JfOTtCE 18 HKRF.RY GIVEN THAT ON Th« 0th day of Novtmbor, 1890« At 10 o'clock &. m.. there will be offered for Mile, puriuant to law, at public auction, in lilackfoo;. Hi (iff ham oounty, Idaho, tracta of »tat A3 laud (situated iu Bingham Oo.aa follows: >»« tp n h Lino at The SR 1 « of tbe BE* I« 3 44 3« M 44 fi BV% of t he N W *4 16 3 44 » 44 •' SWtiof tbeNWM W 3 " 3 » " •• NEiaof theXK 1 « 18 2 44 3M 44 " of the NR>« 10 2 44 » 44 44 NK »4 of the 8 R »4 10 2 44 3* 44 *' 8 Bs* of the HR** 18 2 44 38 44 44 NK'< of tbe KB** 10 1 44 » 44 44 SK '4 of the KB *4 10 1 44 SWiioftheNW^W 1 44 3 * 44 44 SK '4 of the NK** W 1 44 3h " The U* 110.00 12.60 12 50 10 J» 1000 10 00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10 00 10.00 and conditions of aale will be found iu an "Act defluinjr the duties of the State Board of Land Commise tone ra." firth se»»* Ion law, 1SMM, paire 72. AppraiM*d value and particular description may be found at tbe office of the County Treas at the office of the State Land Board. Not*. -No land will be sold for leas than |10. ;tK •* urer. per acre. Tbe first year's luterest and 10 per <vnt of purobaae price cash By order of the State Board of Land Com missioners. By C. B. ARNKY. Chief Clerk. day of aale. 8. H. HAYS, Secretary. NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. I N TUB PHOBATB COURT OF BINGHAM County, Idaho. Co-op W. k M. Co., Inoorjiorated. 1 vs. \ J. L. Skeen, and David Bummers, j Defendants. J NoCloa is hereby given that attachment issu ed from the above named court on the 16th day of October, lrtW. In the above entitled ac tion against the property of tbe Defendant J. L Skeen, for the sum of One Hundred and One Delia with $30.00 attorney's fee and t he costs of suit. Witness my hand and seal of said court this Pith day of October, 1**9. (Soap and Ten Cents. ($101.10) together CHAS. F MOLDEN, Pnibato Judge aud Ki-olflclo Clerk. NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. I N THE PRORATE OOCRT OF RINGHAM Oounty, Utahn Co-op W. A M. Co.. IneoriKiraled, \ - J. W. Beck» Defendant. Notice la hereby given that attachment issu the 181 h ed frv»m the above named court day of October, lw«i. in the above entitled ac tion agaitiAt the property of the defendant J. W. Beck for the sum of Fifty Four Dollarn and Slaty Ceuta, ($54.02) together with $15.00 attorney's fee and coats of suit. Witneaa tuy hand aud seal of said court, this 16tb day of October, 1889. I'll AS. F. MOLDKN. ProbiiU* Judgv aud Exi>ffick> Clerk. Rev. W. C. Price, pastor of the M.E. church, is conducting prayer service at hi* church every evening this week. A marriage license was Issued Tuesday to A. G. Wilson and Ann Wheeler, both of Coltuiun, Idaho. The clerk of the post office store at Bliss, Idaho, was held up Monday night by two unmasked men und made to open the safe. They got $20 in money and 110 in postage stamps. They over looked a package of $ 4 , 000 . They have made good their esua)>e. Buy a small pail of Pickles, quality A No. I, al G. U. Holbrook's. Try some lm|»rted Swiss cheese or genuino Limberger, at tho Fulton Markut. F. F. DeKay. Rough Rider stockings for bovB at Blolhan's. If you want, a Farm Loan write Lind say & Co., Idaho Falls, or seo J. M. Stevens, Blackfoot. G, Ho es that At be tho of A. For Rsni. A four room cottage In t 'od condi tion. P'or term* apply at The News O t'.icc. 3ust Hcccircb : Seeded Raisins, Citron Peel, Orange Peel, Evaporated Plums, Sweet Cider, Evaporated Apricots, Evaporated Peaches, and Prunes, Lemon Peel, Layer Raisins, Evaporated Blackberries. Or. xx. hclbeooe: é hüll & woodruff, PIONEER DRUG STORE. Is the riace to Buy Your - cljool jitationsr#, TOBACCO AND CICARS, X3X3TXO-S, CONFECTION EH Y AND toilet ARTICLES. IDAHO. BLAGKFOOT, V a a.a a.*« « a a a a a a J 1 1 MONEY Is made by buying your goods where you can buy the cheapest. I do not clAitn to sell everything cheaper than everyone else, but 1 I I Know i. that if you will make a close com|iarison of prices in any one of the different lines I carry, all through the line, you cun save onc-tenth of your 1 i , Money. t SUGAR, COFFEE, SALT, And A FEW STAPLES, at or at M. + •• we sell at the same prices as our competitors. Plckle 9 , Syrups, Canned Goods, Spices, Toilet Soaps, Package Oatmeal, Dried Fruits, etc., etc., is where I will save you money. (R :■ • 1! MY SUMMER URESS GOOUS, It Muslin and Knit Underwear, Shirt Waists, Hosiery, Gloves, Mit«, Corsets, Ties, make my stock complete in their respective Hues. 1 can truthfully suy I am selling 8 s: + 8 jh' |;i BOYS* CLOTHING 8 cheaper than ever—a big line to select from. I ask special investigation of this line. il l* 4 ii y > + 3D. IX. Idaho, g 8 i+ i! it Blackfoot,