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ytflï T«M EmIIj MM la A A Nad The*. half the people of town Mttblog %,j ou oue nan g l ve away -lagrippe. Wood Itiver country la full of fur » good mining season. 1 » »anguine of a lively time. T*w lions Iff* 1 * , C. Stull 1« lecturing In the Philippines. »hearing season has o|iened Oregon Short Line weat of If«. 0»° gutiU«* on Sh«ep M#****'' ^ j A- Collin« will entertain the Weekly Hi * h Kivu <lwb "*** MunJ *}' Umtiter IdJ the L dfOS** 1 ia»ho Kall» and Pocatello have bad „„utnoom: w** "**»■ luu " 1 pollUcal ^^auJ tiekoW for next Tuesday's datwo. g,» W. W. Van Dosen, D. D.. has ,| 4 *.iDied presiding elder of Hie district, tie* Ü. A. Landen, r* Ilogers and Rnbu Dunn vis p„it llall agency Tuesday, let* éftti. Kane, the popular grocer, Is Democratic nominee for Miss t.ixaie Gallagher Is renom lia pastel lo s MP» amd fur city treasurer. Pttfh and apricot blosios».« Igattljing the orchards along the Sfiiwbone fall* and are I fi. ri«er near If Bio« takes TV »abject of the sermon at the church next Sunday evening tOilM "How God Valons a Man." All •«earviiallj weleotned. PV tail« ! phi» has ral»«d the tlOO.OOO pwelwd u> the IGpubllmn com ml lie* kr lebcitog It s» its conveulioo city hr IW ftrtbcfio! days of the week the «* from South Africa tot ,.f « titttml bun The Boer» ar* Su- there Fweign-rs «ill not be allowed to • MM the Siberia aids oppo.ll« t ap» Jwsw You *tay on your side and I'll «yew adoc i* ths rut*. Ueolby llsn-h of 1900. thy days are r.u the dav « uf th* past Tliy hi.l»ry b * kt.tor) uf ths pa.L nrt genii to **: thy days were bright; w sill remember tbo*. Brui«» »sr I» But I bon j Jbsriy every town In ths atat* •111 catrtbsle recruit. Iu th* mighty army dmsm giHOg to Cap* Nome. Some m eoliertlog si tho remle*riHi., ksik. 30 dsjr. In advanc* of the time kr »ling. •ere I IflW IVrof.-rat « and Populist* eould |*VT, IK. .1*1« m IWK by 6.U0U plurality Mit» Demorral* and Silver ItejniW ! Ias< io ISMS by -'>,<■«) what will I« the of Ik-iweraU, PupuILt* and I »«w llrpubli *n., in union, in WW •Ilion, or Silver would ■n will carry Mis mt. «*4 M r . %|eKiotuy Pennsylvania. , H j Ur hhriilun . v«ntur« al running a ' m»t«iwr fur nue week t«ro«ghl to the hlr ' »täte crat. X« lion date rm-h 2D1 have may • Ue. t« l*K VleKlnley was novulnatod In kwesn ir, : >'r. Ilryaa In Illinois. I**« carrie.1 the .tat* which noml* «S'» tun. This year it will sur*ly be h#rr«t Mr. Brj *»Mrvef the To|»eko Capital, ffhA.Ufxi <bsr of all ri|x-nws. And critic *ay kn*» puur |*>|ier every day of tbc J»«M* Hu. I Isiwrll, * role in the *hw»i«-d Higiuw I'apera:— hs *n«r belt)« 1 « put, Uf*4 «ui. hk.wm mffitk* pn*rm At UffiC tbc ffvtf »Vj.lffim w,mn*** Iff^rw and liotiffi. Of! one 0*s of the lat«*t popular fad» In cirri«, | n tb* ea*t and south I* Riuiag «ocletle*. * ,f *l»g picture In home Ilf* than ■Slot Thor* I« not a more on pretty women with bw*y Anger* fci'g knitting needle*. Of all th* *"*1 »orkiog elub» for women It »e*tn* Nw that knitting cIuIm should loud Wtwth« tmwt popular. k'aklflg over the Rnlds wo •** the Nntho|w*f,j i ,| Kn , „j Democratic «iic Th«r* j* hardly a «tat* in the **** "hrr* th* (Nirty, with good man l^etit. (),«-, ntll bava what la called '•tiffing ,.b*„,. a . ( Nex It la practically ' s that the next him*« of repre ""J** 1 *« will b* Democratic. , »ill not tolerate that algnlfleaoP ■ .'''P'vlnus «uhservtency which ha* ■ '•joflty of tha Hepublloan eon u> *nrpre*» their osrn con 2d *" * V " 1 '' ** lb ° Atlanta Conatltulion. The A Ml) I„ r precinct primaries and - f «on«entions will coon bo made. *!/ **'* h" of unusual Importance The lady voters will be ex to stand for the Imst delegations n »h|«. We mention tha fact that T* »»T begl n to discuss th* duties them. N«t • ill I»*» *MH>n n. upon •»"«Idling with politics Is notai - . 'P |p «»nnt thing but the law ha* •tx duty for the ladle* of Idaho . ■ »nd, a» they «land for the best . "Dthlng, thry should oot shrink 'heir full dutiea at tha pt I h tot*, l'slbt« p toady mixed for the Brttah. WH, TB LKAD, OIL, Turpentine, Brush**, r «lurs, i'utty and Glaus, Hui.l a Woodruff, DR* PUKES CREAM BAKING POWDER Used in Millions of Homes—40 Years the standard. A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, Superior to every other known. Makes delicious cake and pastry, light, flaky biscuit, griddle ca ke s — palatable and wholesome. Nont—Avoid linking powders made front alum They look lilk c |nirc powders, and may raise the cakes, but alum is a Ik us* hi and no one can cat food mixed with it without injury to health. paust «KINO POWOI« oo. OMICAGO. Ths CmssmHss iHlitp «I Beit*. Tfic re. a it* of the committee meet- To <ug* at Iho**- on the 22.1 In.t an'not only pleasing to all true bimetallist* in the .tali I*ot gratifying to the feelings alt buii.-ulli.l» in the country. The J remit nc with which the three partie* nmr tagi-tlirr on the imposition of a union and the close union «greed it|«on •ere a »UrlLng ».it pri-a to the oppo- I •Ilion, The Dcm.-erst 1 meeting was largely attended. Nearly all of the forty-two conimlttertiien «er« present In |ier»on or by pro*) *»d tlie l*i»puli»t* and Silver Republican, cm-h had a lieller | attendan* e tii»n «»« jni'dlebsl they would have by Uumc who have l»ecn claiming those |»art -.es have gone to , The rr«»luturn of union adopt- * H j «»» ,.i|»»' 4 ntl*ll> aa follow*: . H* • *1.VE!>. »''»* f * ror »« l««nt»ra- ta hlr uttlnn of all the Silver forv'es »if the »täte for the coming campaign. I„v«WU»n VI» »elected liy the Demo crat. a* the tdace for the convention to ' X« delegates to the National conven lion and Juno tho 7>th as the lime, and Pocatello aad July 17th. the place and | date for the joint nominating Tho apportionment was the vote for the governor in P*»S delegate for every 100 T..l»«« or | fraction thermif and « * rm-h county. 1 hU will ( 2D1 delegate«a.J have 10 which g .. the. hr Ja , . ,*. n : r':f'ml :„d •wematohave "" " 11 u< . may out-la*t th* campaign of IWHh I • ill I- binding In precnef and conn- < Ue. a* well a« In the «tato. 1 eonven- ! honed 1 liotiffi. i i Of! one tho Ii*t on At , 1*»lMTfi>NMKVT ItV IX>t NTII-*'' 1« Ada. Bannock. Bear Lake.. Bingham. .. Boise.. ( ,'anyon... Cassia... .. .. Fremont. Idaho . Kootenai. Latah. I.em III. .. Nex Perce. Oneida. Owyhee. Shoshone. Washington . JiuA before the meeting U j resolution was adopted county eonventhms not » delegates to the «tale convention to an, for any offie# 10 16 10 .10 12 8 fl 20 . 13 .... 12 11 » 5 j . 12 j 13 ! . 12 . 12 . .. » 2ifi 1 man that* (Hat ar* Show date attractive, servlc flttlug shoe at a medium .,.,1* the J. H. Lew«» For an up to able and eaay price, none exe» sim«* «»»»h '■ p pair at Houck A Houck*. 250 Over Lewis." Get 'Wear to i , my ' to ! To IIONOUAitut.l. ('. Rich. Judge: Synoptii of Grind Jury Report. We hate diligently inquired into mid ,-areftillv considered tight different! complaint*, charge« and accusations J alleging public offense» against the ! »täte of Idaho and triable in this j county. j j„ D,,, course of our duties we have] I examined 27 wlUiesscn ami some of them rvealbjd one or more Unies. We have presented one indictment to the mrt, lgiior»-d four of the charges or complaint» ami have made the other (firoc »tibjecU of comment hi this re | Mir i. In the matter of the charges against o! \y_ i;. EIIU we find lliat though in for ninny respivt» a gisid officer, he ha» joy * frequently lK*en guilty of conduct mila'-1 . inning a law abiding and peaec main- j ta |„ing official. , cuaRuI« VS. N. II. CLARK, cv). A TTY. After a eat . fill » x»mim«t.on into t ic ( jj ' barge» preferred ngamst . r. t m . *- ««« ihatthe, bavc no foundation in | | ernment and the good name .. who pro»!, le» over it ha, unJ.t.Uy natmilcd. We have sought w , which prompte», tho ac , of AtU)Pllt .y Clark. Mr. J. Ed .. . . u,mak.th«.ci*np ea, and it la our undivided opinion that ^ t„-,lgated in malice and to < |lrl vate »pile. 1 is fact and are untrue. On the contrary, the evidence pro ! duced ha, convinced u* that Attorney 1 C'lmrk i» a conscientious and palmoak ;e believo that of & i in»; public ofllcer nnd i tho character of this branch of our CHARGES VS. SHERIFF CLYNK. ve find that while the In this matte Ideneo diHi« not justify an Indictment specific charge, yet lit» office de mands an Immediate and radical re We find his manner of keeping 1« U j l'V 10 HI !i 16 10 form. the taxiks and records of the office to tie lax, wanting Iu system, Illegible That the keeping 12 very and unintelligible, of .aid books and accounts was entrust ed entirely during the greater part of the expired term to Deputy B. A. Jeune, whose general conduct while occupy Ing such a» to bring i-e 8 fl 20 13 12 the position 11 primeh upon that department of the » county government. We nro convinced 5 j that various amount, of money have 12 j I men mis-npproprlnted by Deputy Jonuo 13 ! to the loss of tho county. 12 cH aRGKS VS. (XHINTY O0MMIS8IONERS. 12 Wit 8 the matter of chargea against the county commissioners for paying the ' Short Line R. R- Go., *4«0 for Hcctlon of fencing along the In » Oregon a certain 1 track, It Is our opinion that the board acted for the heal interests of the peo ple of the county. In this connection Investigations have that the bonrd of commls should allow no bills unless With convinced us sinners L itemized and properly sworn to. this exception it is ouropinton that the commissioners are efficient and consol „ntlous in tha discharge of their duties. OF TIiMARURKR'8 1KX>KS. find books of treasurer well and 250 Get IN MATTER I We neatly kept and hl« system good. Ail the (und« of the county, amounting to 023,607.(7 on special de|>oait os required by law. A« a ssfe and precautionery «tup, the treasurer ha« divided the (und« and made deposit* with Ander son Bros. hank, 1 tonk of Iduho Kall«, U. W. Stand rod & Co'« bank and Me Oorulck's bank of Salt Luke. BOOK8 OF OTHER OFFICERS. We find on careful examination of all oflice«,except sheriff*«,that all books und record» appertain!no tliereUi are kept in a neat, regular and Intelligible munntr, und It ie our opiuiou that they are true and correct. THE STATE INSANE ASYLUM. After a careful examination, we find this institution to be conducted in a thorough and satisfactory manner. The patient» seem to be well provided for In every particular. We also find the san itary conditions in excellent «tiape. We would suggest that the appear ance of tile main building would be greatly improved by repainting the same a» it 1« badly needed. We find the number of patients con stantly increasing. The unmtier pres ent is 210 and l)r. (»iveus finds that bis strength and ability i» overtasked in giving the proper medical treatment, lu view of this condition, we recom mend that ttie superintendent be given an assistant, believing the same abso lutely necessary. In till« con a ee lion we take occasion to express our appreciation of the ability and fitness of Dr. Giveus for the jiosi tiou lie hold«. COURT HOUSE, OFFICES AND GROUNDS. The court house, offices and jail I in good condition. Iieine used for a stable and the lawn, : from ap|ieamnee«, is being used for a pasture. We recommend that the coal j house lie not used for that piu-|>ose and that all stork be kept from the ground*. ; We recommend additional vault for the j »afe keeping of accumulating records. In conclusion the reiairt «ays: Our at ; tenlion has been called to the practice j of children and young ladies standing land conversing with prisoners at the bars. This is not right and we think it should nut be allowed. we tle of cold and and Fa. are A coal house it A Vague Idea. Mi«« Wheeler, daughter of Gen'l Joe Wheeler, who accompanied lier father to the Philippine*, said on reaching San Francisco: "Americans have a rallier vague idea of what is actually going on over there. Many have notion« that the war iu the Philippines is not a i serious affair. They think it a sort of bloodless skirmishing. I saw many of , my countrymen die—more than I like ' to recall or think about—and this ex ! (»erienee has «uddened my life.'' ! j j Grsai Satisfaction. THE News is not vain enough to claim the honor of engineering the harmonious union of the bi-melallic o! selecting the places and fixing dates for the two conventions, but it does en joy a great deal of satisfaction from the fact that the plans of the union and the j work of the committees were in accord , mice with recommendations made by it front week to week since the early summer of 1HÎV9. in plain words The ( jj ews H , ani i Ä f or th e right, and in this . conference the action taken to forces at Boise on the 22d inst and is an endorsement that, it was right. That Throbbiag Headacha Would quickly leave you if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their match Ions merit for sick and nervous head They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health. Easy to take, try them. Only 25 cents. Money hnok if not cured. Sold by Hull & Woodruff, druggists. aches. re I»ook for fbe nun« on *Y«fj •bo« you buy. For 4« y tli« heal FboT« ntRti«—for . wo h if 1 1 «ml children. Other shorn h»v« com«, •nd tone. »bt foctorkffi li.tv« l«cn built U|t «nd bum f*ll«n down. 1 , 0 stria »ho«s hmv* t*ln«d tu mIm and rrputatkHi It has meant tie X, of i-e Ilul •t«adlly «v«ry year. Why? IfcvaUM« without ne«l«ctin* beauty ana •ty lu they an* mada $tnmp. Th«- ha«« l eom«d the namt*—''Wcar-llpaiRterR. kali j^by J. U. LKW18 CO*a IK— t—t Mmm» WEAR RESISTERS Lew* "Wwo RMt»t*n" tor **l* bjr HOUGK & HOUCK the the for the Nothing Lib* It. You should remember that no oilier med Usine Is like Shiloh's Consumption Cure In any resi>ect. If other remedies have failed to relieve your cough or cold that is all the more reason why you should try Shiloh's. Always sold under If it docs not the and a positive guarantee, help you, tho druggist must give hue 25c, 50c and 91.00 *k a your money, boltlo. .lob work neatly executed nt The News job office. I We have saved many doctor bills since we began using Chamberlain's Gough Remedy in our home. We keep a but tle o|ien all the time and whenever any of iny family or myself begin to catch cold we liegin to use the cough remedy and as a result we never have to send away for a doctor and Incur a large doctor bills, for Chamberlain's Cough remedy never fail« to cure. It is cer tainly a medicine of great merit and worth.— MF. ARK LE. general merchant and farmer, Mattie. Bedford county, Fa. Kor sale by Hull & Woodruff. SEEDS OF ALL KINDS. I I %l ^JH ^ÿHEÏPBT. ! SrtuxLTg, Liîïcrne » rS T imothy'^ed« I ge buyfrs of Wie*t.fp»t*!l|jfr- ' ley. R^.ffotaiog. OniotjJ Egg| &c. WM\ 1 inquiri£$ Qeerfu|]y answered. 5 \V| Are alwïïjobbersjrjf Drjed Fn. Honeys Çgrks. Twine. Egg kifSls of Fruit BovMj J Mottig S _.:tS Fillcft Kid ■al. r he C. A Smurthwaite Produce Co. OGDEK. UTAH. I JUST RECEIVED A Full and Complete Line of Men's, Boys and Children's Spring Caps.—Also large line of Felt, Crash and Straw Hats. I AT THE ?! * FAIR STORE. ? Our Men's, Ladies and Children's ft Shoes will xvear longer and look ft belter than other shoe on the mark- ft et at the same price . Try a pair, jf We have the most complete ! line of Men's and Boys Shirts in the city. Ladies Muslin Underwear, Lace Cur tains. Glass and Chinaware Truuk« and Telescopes. ft. I I GENTS FURNISHING GOODS AND NOTIONS I ft If you want to get your goods for jj! 25 per cent less than you pay for them elsewhere, Come and bay at ft Houck & Houck. | p ole's Hot Blast The most wonderful Heater on the market. Pas double the heating capacity of any other stove. Guaranteed to save one-third of the Coal. We have them in five sizes. OCR STOCK OF COOK 8T0YES, STEEL RANGES, 8T0YE FIFE, ELBOWS, 8T0VEB0ARDS, C0ALH0DS AND HARD WARE IS NOW COMPLETE. A Fall list of Transkey Steeiware, just arrived. Don't Fail to sw it. H W. GURTIS. SHADE I FRUIT » AND I ORNAMENTAL TREES The Logan Nurseries UTAH SEEDS AND PLANTS FOR ^ BORDER HOUSE THE CAROLINA POPLAR A SPECIALTY. THREE THROUGH TRAINS DAILT VU Salt Lake an* Denvar, Effective Feb»ary 25th, 1900. The Uio Grande Western railway, Great Salt Cake route, will inaugurate the operation of THltKE ELEGANTLY EQUIPPED PASSENGER TRAINS DAILY to the east. All trains will curry through Pullman Palace Sleejiers to Chicago, Dining cars and Free Re clining Chair Cars. Kor passengers fi-orn Oregon Short Line points there will be but one change to .Missouri Itiver points, Chicago and St. (ami», two to New York and other eastern cities. This is the only line passing directly through Salt Lake City, Glenwood Springs, Black Canon, Royal Gorge, yjunitou, Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs and Denver, embracing Amer lea'« grander scenery, Kor rates, maps, etc., call on or ad dress nearest Oregon Short Line agent or W. C. McBride, Geueral Agent, Butte, Montana. If you want a Farm Loan write Lind say & Co., Idaho Falls, or see O. F. Smith, Blackfoot.