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A correepoodeot who <ru to the con
acation auditorium at Philadelphia ■rite» tbia of Hanna'» humiliation: "Mr. H a n na tat on the front platform and watched the moremeot to nomi nate Governor Roosevelt grow aod spread from rtate to state. He — w the governor lionized and florifled as a patriot whose nomination was necessary to *oto Mr. McKinley from defeat, and he saw the governor flirting with the convention. Mr. Hanna was in agony of anger. He could take no open atepe to put an end to the theatrical situation with com mitting the McKinley administration to a Formal war on the Governor of New York. Even while the platform was rend, with barely a sound of ap plause to mark its declarations, the buzzing and chattering of the Rooevelt movement almost drowned the toipd of Senator Fairbanks'* voice. Rooaevelt! Roosevelt! Where had the glory of McKinley gone? The audience had refused to applaud Mr. H an n a. In had insulted him with ailenee. Yet It bad roared and shrieked Us greeting to Mr. Quay, tbe enemy and the victim of Mr. Hanna. Even the Chinese Minister, who sat in his green robe in the gallery, could understand the suggestiv eues* of the scene.'' Roosevelt! An Miwm npitrf Pekticai SRsatiaa. In 1900, for the first time in tbe his tory of the United States, tbe selection of a candidate for VLee-President is the only Domination, in both great parties, which is in doobt. The Republicans will put op McKinley. The Democrats will nominate Bryan. Each will be •elected by a practically, perhaps abso lutely, unanimous rote. The only coo test in either convention will be on Vice-President. Jefferson's renomination in 1804 foreseen before that year came. So was Jackson's in 1832, Grant's in 1872, and Cleveland's in 1888. At those three dates the only contest on the national ticket in the parties represented bv these gentlemen was for the second In the case of the other party, however, in those years the choice for President moment. There was office. was uncertain up the last as strong opposition, along to the opening of the convention, to the acceptance by the Democrats of the old Republican, Horace Greely, whom the Liberal Republicans of 1872 nominated. Of cour-e there was tbe profoundest sort of doubt, until the ac tual nomination of General Harrison, as to who would be Cleveland's ent in 1888.—Leslie's Weekly. oppon- j A Campaign Have. The amnesty proclamation issued by General MacArthur at Manila and the peace meeting held in Manila by insur gents bear on their face suspicious indi cations that they are emergency meas ures designed to influence the progress of the campaign in the United States. The time at which these red, together with the participation of the United SUtes in the events oecur It peace meeting to the extent of releasing political oners from jail to allow them to take part lends color to the suspicion, intention to take the Philippine issue out of the campaign seems to underlie such action. Tbe amnesty proclamation grants a period of ninety days during which the insurgents can surrender. This would carry the time up to Sep tember 22 and would keep the Filipi quiet during the prig An I nos greater part of the campaign. If this is the object of the proclam tion it will fail of its purpose as com pletely as the effort to take the trusts of the campaign by means of a const! tutiona! amendment failed. 8 out The people of tbe United States appear to be firmly convinced that had measures like those now being used been adopted in Febru ary, 1899, there would bave been no in surrection. The loss of life, the oppres sion of the Filipinos, the devastation and neglect of that country were the result of a refusal of the United States author ities to treat Dr. with the Filipinos though they had rights and the premises. a? interebta In Had the Filipinos been considered at that time a» they are being considered now the stain of waging war on a small nation for refusing to acknowledge Ameriean sovereignty would not now be on the United State,. No action taken at the eleventh hour can counteract mistakes like these.—Republic. for at Special Rate*. Woodmen of the World e Idaho Falls, June 20-23. fare, certificate plan. Idaho State Republican convention, Boise, Idaho. 0|>eii rate of one fare for the round trip. Tickets on I6th. Return limit July 20th. Fourth of July rates are one fare for the round trip. Tickets will be sold July Jd to 4th; limited returning July 5th, to all stations within a UUauoe of poo miles of selling point. :onvontion, One and fifth , We < our H. by sale July their ments According to the Oregonian the new. ly adopted Republican platform is a very humdrum and commonplace affair It complains bitterly that there is too much of the rumble of the machine in it. And the Oregonian is a Republican P»per. Karl 50 cd, Special Rates the a an of Us National Republican League, St. Paul,Minn., July 17 to 19. One Aral class fare for the round trip, plus <2. Ticket# sold July 13 and 14. limited to contin uous passage in each direction with final limit of July 24th. Democratic National Convention, Kansas City, Mo., July 4tb. 1900. Tick ets will be sold oo June 30th and July I*t, and are limited to return July 11th. Limit returning can be extended to September 30tb, by the joint agent at Kansas City. Round trip from Black foot, 333.70. National Educational Association, Charleston S. C. July 7 to 13. For this occasion tickets going and re to ruing via the same route will be sold at fare for round trip, plus 32.00. Arrange ments will probably be made for tickets reading oyer direct routes going and returning through Washington. Slop overs will be allowed on return trip io territory south of the Ohio river. Dates of sale and limits have not yet been determined. Conclave— Knights of Pythias, De troit Mich -, August 27 to Sept. 1. One fare for the round trip Tickets will be sold August 23 and 34, limited to continuous passage in each direction with final limit returning erf Sept. 9th, exeept upon deposit of ticket with joint »•rent on or before Sept. 9th and pay ment of fee of 50 cents. Return limit may be extended to leave Detroit up to and including Sept. 14. Tickets will not be honored leaving Detroit earlier than August 25th. ooe Nations! Encampment. G. A. R., Chicago, III., August 27 to Sept. I. One fare for the round trip. Tickets to be sold August 23 and 34, limited to continuous passage in each direction, with final limit of Sept. 4th. except up on deposit of ticket with joint agent, any day from August 27th to noon Sept 2d inclusive, and upon payment of fee of 50 ceats. on Extension of limit will be granted to leave Chicago up to and in cluding Sept. 30, 1900. For any further information regard ing rates, routes, etc. inquire of J. A. Collins, Agent Biackfoot. To a man not seeking office : Do the worry, vexations anti annoyances of poi** iticd pay. either in rati •»/action or pleas ure. Isn t there more real enjoyment in pursuing the even tenor of one' s way. The fall term of the district court for Bingham couoty will be late this year. It will open late in October and. with a full docket, may have to adjourn for the national election. j A man s name is not changed when he marries, but it is often changed later on. Soon after marriage it is "dearest", later, it is "you good-for-nothing thing." Drought has ruined half the wheat crop in the Northwest. Would not Suffer Again for Fifty Time* so It* Price*. I awoke last night with severe pains in my stomach, in al! my life. I never felt so badly When 1 came down to work this morning I felt so weak I could hardly work. I went to Miller & McCurdy's drug store and they mended Chamberlain's colic, cholera and diarrhoea remedy, magic and one dose fixed It certainly is the finest thing t used for stomach trouble. a recom It worked like me all right, ever I shall not be without it in my home hereafter, for I should not care to endure the suffer ings of last night again for fifty times ts price. G. H. Wilson, Liveryman, Burgetlstown, Washington Co., Pa! This remedy is sale by Hull & Wood ruff, druggist. Prevented a Tragedy. Timely information giyen Mrs. Geo. Long, of New Straitsville. vented a dreadful tragedy and saved two lives. Ohio, pro A frightful cough had long kept her awake every night. She had tried many remedies and doctors but steadily grew worse until urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle wholly cured her, and she writes this marvelous medicine also Loog of a severe attack of Such cured Mr. pneumonia, cures are positive proof of the matchless merit of this grand remedy for curing all throat, chest and lung troubles. Only 50 and 31.00. Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles free at Hull & Woodruff's drug store. on, ft Brst A Card of Thanhs. T wish to say that I feel under lasting obligations for , hat Chamberlain's -ough Remedy lias done for our family. We have used it In coughs, lung troubles < so many eases of and whooping cough, and it has always given the most perfect satisfaction debted to the we feel greatly In manufacturers of this remedy and wish them to please accept our hearty thanks.-Respectfully, Mr«. H. Doty, Des Moines, Iowa, by Hull & Woodruff. For sale Rich Blood. If the stomach and bowels their duty, the blood I ments needed to perform a all the ele assure perfect health. Karl s Clover Root Tea taken as dlrect guaiantees the perfect action stomach and bowels. 50 cts. cd, of All Price 25 eta. and Money refunded If Palace drug store. you are not #«U»fi('d, A Si—if Trip ta the EaaL The trip to the East by way of Salt Lake City and the HioGrande Western railway in connection with either the Denver A Rio Grande or Colorado M id land Railways is tbe grandest on tbe American continent, pawing as It does through the heart of the Rocky Mount ains. No European journey of equal length can i-ornpare with it in splendor of seenery or wealth of novel interest. A stop-over in Salt Lake City is per mitted ou ail tickets via tbit route. Salt Labe City is known as the most quaint and picturesque place in the United States. Its summer climate is incomparable. The Mormon Temple, Tabernacle and Church institutions, the Hot pringt. Warm Suipbur springs and the Sanitarium are a few of its at tractive features. It is a city of beauti ful homes, parks, drives and nearby canyons and mountain resorts. Great Salt Lake, on the sailed shores of which the city is situated, is "deader and denser" than the Dead Sea in Palestine. Imagine, if you can, a salt bath a mile above sea level in water in which the human body cannot sink. A novice float on the surface of the lake, rates or other information or for copy of "Crossing the Rockies'' apply to W. C. McBride, General Agent, 47 E. Broadway, Butte, or nearest O. S. L. agent. St. with to at this and io De to to W ooe can For Last fall I sprained my left hip while handliog Home heavy boxes. The doc tor I called on said at first it slight »train and would soon be well, . but it grew worse and the doctor then j raid I bad rheumatism. It continued to grow worse and I could hardly get I around to work. I went to a drug store : and tbe druggist recommended try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I tried I it and one-half of a 50-cent bottle cured 1 me entire'y. I now recommend it to ail my friends.— F. A. Babcock, Erie, Pa. It is for sale by Hull it Woodruff. * aw * I. to to roe to î on be in Starr of a Slave. To be bound hand and foot for by the chains of disease ts tbe form of slavery. Geo. D. Williams, of ■ Manchester, Mich., tells how such a " .lave was made free, wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone. After using two bottles of Elec tric Bitters, she Is wonderfully improv ed and able to do ber own work." This supreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures nervoumess, sleepless ness melancholy, headache, backache, fainting and dizzy spells. This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak, | sickly, run down people, guaranteed. Only 50 cents. Hull it Woodruff, druggists. years i worst He says : "Mv a Every bottle ! Sold by ) -[ For whooping cough, asthma, bron- ! chitis, or consumption, no medicine equals BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SV HUP. Price 25 and 50 ceuts at Pio neer drug store. Aro You Harried To the old belief that incurable? If mistaken notiun. to I & consumption is so you are wedded to a Shilob'i Cough and Consumption Cure has overcome many a serious case, and It never fails when taken in the early stage*. One bottle will (»rove more to you than a whole column of argument. Try it. Every Itotlle guaranteed. 25 cts., 50 eta. anil 31.00. Palace drug store. era Palace drugstore for Flags of all sizes and fireworks of all kinds. Warrant Call. bounty Treasurer's Office. I Biackfoot, Binshsm r,,, Idaho V June loth, 11)00. j h ,': rPhj ; Kl ,r n that the followin* Blnajtam County Wsrrants will ,,„ 1 * upon pTewntstlon. if presented within sixty (00) days from the d*te of this notice: C.TKKENT EXPENSE FUND: Clerk Registered. October 17th, IS08 October 14th, Isse Numbered. 350 to *74 Inc *73 to 2*4 *• GENERAL FUND : Registered. January l»th. 1S9S Numbered. frl tota Inc, ?"} Mall D. H. BIETHAN, Treasurer, Bingham County RANCH FOR HALE. I offer for sale der W Hall. ing * Ranch connifitfnfr of 654 acres of good land with Improvements thore on, situated one and Houston, Idaho, ft tu# G !-halr mile* south of on main traveled freight and J *" arl * ,,,ce < 1 »»ter rightofthe Brst «Ou Inches of Alder Creek alfalfa. ■I : „ , Fifty acres In For prices and terms, etc , write to W. H. OH ERR Y . Grouse, Custer County, Idaho. Herman A. Mondschein, day in are *->] !t-p * ' lor has s Watchmaker & Jeweler. was the of ru e Does All Kinds of Repairing. All Wort Warranted. Price* Reasonable. Office Next n.s»r to Curtis' Hardware store. I PROFESSIONAL CAROS. W. J. LAMME . LAWYER, WILL PRACTICE IS* ALL COURTS IS THE STAm groa.v ta in,- Old Land Office BuiSdin* I F lu t hu. WH BLACKFOOT, |)R. & W. MI M» I S DENTIST. ! (New Débite Bkn a |i IDAHO. BLACK FOOT, jJARK C. MYERS» M. O., Physician and Surgeon. W ILL attend promptly to all prof o— km m l call* at any hoar, day or night. OB re la tbe Palace Drag Stare. BLACKFOOT IDAHO. JXO. W. JOXES, JR., AHorqey at LaY< OFFICE WITH X H CLARK. COUNTY ATTORNBY . BLACKFOOT, t t IDAHO. H. CLABK, Attomey-at-Law. ATTORNEY FOR BINGHAM COP STY all Um. Court» uf IdaSu. Office**! iiU «A» Full» anti lilaekfoot V*. F. ». PYLE, Surgeon Dentist, ALL L1SF.S OF VESTAL WOKE ornct ok mais strut. Blarkfeet, Idaho. t I t I. ■ " -Sheriff Auditor and R» 'll Via Htw Tim# Tabls. No. 7, north bound, 4-59 p. m . 6:20 a. in It):2U a 1:14 a. m J. A. Collin ft, Ai " 9. * '* 10, south " •• 8, " m. tb I tit. carry ( to Vaunt y Vircctory D. H. Clync Geo. F. Gagon ' frora Assessor and Collector, H. W. Keifer I will Treasurer, Probate Judge, Supt. Schools, Mis County Attorney, Coroner Surveyor tier, D. U. Uiethan I two C. F. Mold« Lydian Haile - N. H. Clar John H<*nry ; apin j^pHn, Chan. I>. î Neli A. Ju«t, ! Hyrum Frew, \ C. P.Christenser Commissioners: ^ I ®" j lea'* MASO.vif•. Regular <«r Cmrer»i?î T v° f ltaU Urovei Ity l.odk*«- No. ; 33, A. F. A A, M. wiii j h-ld at Mn-onlc I ' Oftch month. In j keep All visiting broth- j lil 1 are cordially in- * tr GKO. L. WaKÜÏÏ? VV - k !r _I_[ the «. „ OMBOt B. Thomah Port n-«T No. 9. G. A. R., holds regular meeting* every serond Satur * n month fn Mammie Hall. All comrades in gissj standing are ru<(uested to 1«. present. Lodge* di era in good standing vited. r ,„„ m . J - P- Porter, Com. z ortek Armstrong, Adjutant. it United Stater Land Office. Office hour« Ke*cl«td*r. ... Receiver. Clerk 50 : 9:00 s. ). till 4:00 p. IB. .Lore it. Tbnina* B Aver« Ori-ifory Jone» »tore. PoBTOFFfCK IlOUHH : »ick ?"} . 9:00 s m. to 7:00 Sunday« .10 to 11 a. Mall clofttes a 7;00 P m. . SJ» to 7:00 p. In. • nd P m. Fain B. Stwvkss, P. M Ink rents ESTHER CHAPTER, No. 14 Or der of Eastern Star, holds regular meetings the first and third Wednes W üf v,'",', h 1 mODth at * p- m " Masonic Hall. Visiting members in good stand ing aro respectfully Invited. Blanche Jones, Mary KiLL.NOBvvoR^Äy tron - By »•ale d***eaeed. the from patented to Iw ^ Golden Rule No. 24, I. O. o. F. meet» on Thurs tîi' k' ^ o'clock. V isiting brothers evening, every v Masonic Hall, cordially invited *'• Sweet, N. g. * ' 8 - PYLE, Secretary. J ion k ER Taux IK No. 5230 Modern Woodmai America third 4 N OK meets first ami Mondays of each month at Masonic Hall. I mgß , n Wm. Weakyick, v. o. 1 ho«. J. Johnson, ciiTk Many a f u | r has s young child, puzzled the mothe uspectod rightly h troubled with whose pal *» until she darling was worms, has regained rosy hue of health with WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGU e w cents at Pioneer dr .■î a few do«,.« ugstore. I } Dc Shilohs I Cough and Consumption Cure I F 1 WH Thia 1 « btyood tl»# Bto«l ftMOce**fttl Cong II M edi cts« ever kao few done« invariably car« ta« wofkl CAM« of C tvutfb, Uuup and HrctuihiTift, wh:l« it* wo® drrfuk »Nvcto* la tha t-uft o# •« ift wuhotit a par allel in tbe h'kucy of ftfcedici»*. ft la* ductiwjf it baft ftmnM sml « Ser m*dicta» If yon a ! been Mid o« a mi which bo «H can »'.and. Cottfffc. w« mriMtly ash you toiryit I« l attad Mat«« and Car.«»la fic , J**: and |! <*■>. and la Ka*la*i U. aB. Id. and 4a UL sou: PROPRIETORS S.GWells&Cu LEROY. NY HAMILTON, CAR h Bj SOU) at THE PALACE DKIU STOKE THE I MILWAUKEE k ST. PAUL BAILWAT. Direct line to tho East, via Ginaba or Kansas City and Chicago for passengers aod freight. THERE IS A SATWr AtT10!l in our *erv ! :l re that pleases the | itomer and make* him a per. \ manent patron of our line. I. L. ÜOWXLNu, Commercial Agent, Sait Lake City. Utah. I THflEE THROUGH TRAINS DAILY Via Salt lakt aak Dsmtr. ERscUvs Fshrsary 25ifc, 1900 Th« Rio G <>reat Salt Lai le Wester railway. route, w inaugural«- ; if THREE ELEGANTLY i tb e opérai EQUIPPED I», DAILY to the NGEK TRAINS a»l, trains will carry through Pullman I' to C «Ce Nice (sers ilcago, Dining jiUnlng Chair Car frora Oregon Hborl I will be but one « h* :ars and Frw Re For [Auccjim no point* there g* to Mil 1° and St. IajuU. sod other eastern rl Bl*er points. two to New cities. Vor Tb I» the tin peeving directly j < tty, Glenwood j Royal Gorge, j *4», Colorado L I"rouj j^pHn, Manitou. C#a h Balt Uko », HU* k C . un of th î . spring« and Dan lea'* grande* t act vor, embracing Amer totry. For rates, m«|is, etc., call on or ad ' ' 1 ' ■ • • -o Nhort !.. ^ <«r W ('. McBride, General « ltaU *' Montana. ' s »»msn est. .ulll,-i«nt nour Aren*. 'î'" T w lber * r "' " or keep a grwxl complexion. Food, when lil k*'*tcd, is tho is«*« of all health, ail * tr * ! n«'h and is-a ity, HEiUHNF will !r ' P i 1 *"" - rf«*e you the clear, bright, imsutiful .gin of health. Price 30 and 75 cent* al Pio n-«T drugstore di 'gent. Fh»a Tkiafs. The five diseases lor which Shiloh's consumption cure i* especially reoom mended, arc coughs, cold*, whooping consumption. No medicine ever made by man is equal to it In any respect. Hold under cough, croup and b positive guarantee. Money back If it falls. 25c 50 ct*. and 3100 a bottle.-P»lace drug »tore. BALLARD'S SNOW liniment cure*rhcum»H,m, ncuralgia.hcadacho, »ick headache, #ort- threat, cuts bruises, old sprains, corns and all pain sores, nd inflammation. The most Ink liniment in the world. pénétra t i'rlce, 25 rents and 50 cts. at Pioneer drugstore. FOR t>. Ranch Fnr lain. By nrdrr n f the Prob »•ale the homestead r», d***eaeed. cnn the Imprnremi' from the town etc Court I offer for Iry of John Gartett. J acres of land amt . sltoated one mile of lliackfnot, the same «Mile» patented land and having » a,« K | , * Iw „»Id m „„Ur*.. , , . ' pnrehaser. or "> «meh. I„,„lt purchasers. For „r.oe, and terms. ^ . H. W. CURTIS, Administrator of the ct*,« »f John Garrett. Deceased equal plitM, ternal 50 •'»ting of isn it* thort*«) BO YEARS' Patents And ease. fies «urcs cts suits store. 4 Twang Mamia " r it:~sSSg In natural, ly. found Hon* out 50 irsinffi *k UNEQUALLED FOR Ifcc liRDOVOOO Eaajr of Oper atic Tabulating, U*|i| and Om TICAL. VttBU ■■II. hm nrpfwiiTCfl. I.VTÏIMOLNTALX IGLSfl * it*m, nii^ Idaho, wnat Headquarter* oaocn.«H TABLETS BUCKEYE ! 0INTMEN1 :l 'CUBES MOTHIBGIUT P | \ I A BUR« an« OBRTA1H BUT BKMKDYfor ■OL» nr ALL D1U otfl ; i WHY.!ÄWB Tkl Flout UIbIOI Rqw i4 mfe* î»* e»r r/' * »t. MILLE. IV ORGAN j j j L Wheckf & ' Sewing Ma / Rotary Motion til Ball Bearlifi bau tVER FOR PALM BY t>. H. BIRTHAS , BLAi Kl Nothing has ever been prod3*^] equal or compare with TAHtP] BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT nl curative and btuiling appllcalHI Jj plitM, fissures, blind and l,leedl**»<j ternal and Internal, and ltchl#f H bleetllng of the rectum. Th« HW] immediate and cure Infallabls, Rq 50 cents in bottles, tu lies 75 cetel Pioneer drugstore. Lm 3 al Y sur Fact, And site If it I* reflecting hoslth* ease. fies the face and com «urcs perfect health. All drtiR'«****' cts and 50 ota. Money refunded suits are not satisfactory, Palacsft store. Karl's Clover Root Tt.a "* plexion, a# In constipation HEROINE *1»«* natural, healthy remody.aoling pf**l ly. A few small doses will utuallj found to so regulato the excretory AH Hon* that they arc able to operate 3« out without any aid whatever. " cunts at Pioneer drug store.