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Martin, Idaho, August 8, 1900.—
Editor Blackfoot News:—K aoarlag Abat iron m^lwntid la Myth tog that will Mp your low« I wish to lntora you of gome recent ora strikes at thla piece, *« our ore goes to your town for shlpoMgt sad our seppliss come that way la bcpind to help Blackfoot. J. B. Hood of this place has opened up a floe body of htgh grade silver ore and will commence chipping very noon. In the Park mine owned by Long & Platt of Idaho Falla, they have a^uok a good gNf vein of chloride ore pod will atari teams to hauling as sooo aa they can get out a car load. Thase two claims (Pro op the same vein. J. M. Walker is pushing work on the Crystal ixad Carbonate mine. John Nelson i* preparing to resume operations on tbe "Eldorado." This is a free gold proposition with a live foot ledge that averages $8.00 in free gold per ton. He has it opened up in good shape and p great deal of ore on the dump. Parties are negotiating fqr this property with a view of erecting a cyanite plant. tsam Martin has s claim of the same kind of ore es the Eldorado and about same value that be is opening up. He has a large body of it. This camp is 20 miles west of Arco in Blaine county. It had a little boom several years ag», but when silver fell the camp being so far from the railroad it closed down. A few of tbe owners of claims here had such faith in their property that they stayed with it aod now they have them in shape to begin to realize something. They have found that the deeper they go the bet ter the ore. This promises to be a lively camp be fore snow falls. We have gold, silver and lead in this camp. The Diana, (Hood's claim) asd the Park assays from 175 to 250 ounces silver. The Crystalized Carbonate goes 56 per cent lead and 20 ounces silver. The Eldorado and Gold Dollar runs $8. per ton in free gold. We are 80 miles from the railroad but freight charges have been reduced so much since J892 that we can commence shipping again. Respectfully, Geo. E. Ferris. f#« v. jgteae aa Bryan's Chances. Now, as to the election. What are Mr. Bryan's chances? While it is true that Mr. McKinley's plurality over Mr. Bryan in 1896 exceeded 600,000, and that his electoral majority was 95, it is also true that a change of 22,078 votes, prop erly distributed, would have given Mr. Bryan the state of California, Delaware, Indiana, Kentucky, North Dakota, Ore gon and Weal Virginia, which would have elected him. A change of 38,191 votes, properly distributed, would have added Maryland to the Bryan column, in addition to the states named, and thus given him the election by a jority of 23 in the electoral college. Of the eight state« named, a part were Carried by only slight pluralities: and the aggregate opposition vote, not cast for either Mr. McKinley or Mr. Bryan, amounted to 39,438, of which 14.303 were gold Democratic votes cast for General Palmer. These figures make it clear that the Republican victory of 1896 was not so sweeping aa some would make it appear; and when we reflect that at least half of the eight states named are ordinarily and normally Democratic, and that all are fairly de batable, and when we further reflect that most pf the gold Democrats who deserted tbe party in 1896 are disposed *his year to support the ticket, there is nothing in the returns of the lust elec tion to discourage Democrats in striv ing for a different result this year. In 1896 Mr. Bryan was a new man, practically unknown in American poli tics. The country was uncertain about him, aod business interests were afraid pf him. Now he is weH known. Be is universally esteemed to be what he is— an earnest, sincere man, gentle woman, yet strong as a giant; honor? able, just, and brave: a man of positive convictions, yet conservative; broad? guaged, liberal-minded, and, above ali, Intensely anxious to be right. Such a man is a pa/e man. Ha has improved with age and with acquaintance. The people generally have come to believe that be can be trusted with power, for pow they are confident that he would fio nothing rashly. This wider confi dence in the man's splendid integrity, Character, and intelligence is one of the strongest of Mr. Bryan's new elements Of strength. And so, looking the whole field £he conclusion is reached, prophecy made, that Mr. Bryan will k>e elected. Ali who love our republi can institutions, and would preserve them unimpaired, »bpuld strive ceose ieasly to accomplish that result. ma as a over, and tbe Q*a|kers far Brjae. SI* thousand Quakers of Ohio, at their yearly conference, last week, adopted a minutg to the purport that all Friends should vote against the Re publican party because it has put on ita /loket a :'man of blood" like Roosevelt, and because President McKinley is »aging needle*« war for the benefit of /rade on tba helpless people of the philippines. /pr rubbers at G. H. Holbrook's. The fell term of the Normal «chool at OMdoa, Idaixv «111 open oa Wedaee day, Wept. 5, WO. Entrance examina tions .will be held oa Wed need ey, Thurs day and Friday, Sept. 6 to 7. School will be ontaalaed and leeaona assigned oa Monday, Sept. 10. Tbla «chool waa founded and ia main tained by the etate for the purpose of preparing it* students in the beat pos sible way for the work .of organising, governing and taachlng any of the pub lic schools of tbs state. Thorough prep aration for speh work requires more thsn a knowledge of facts. The true teacher must know the nature of the growing mind, Its modes and laws of aotivitj, its moral method of develop ment, best ways of acquiring a knowl edge of the subject matter, best meth ods io organizing and governing school»: must he familiar with the great educa tional movements aod ideals; and must have ability to Interpret characteristics of child-life. The Normal maintains three courses. Graduates from the two years' Elemen tary course receive a three years' cer tificate: those from the three years Jun ior course, a five years' certificate; and those from the full four years oourse a life diploma. Tuitiou is free to ail residents of the state. Books and stationery are furn ished at cost at the Normal building. Board in private homes may be ob tained at about 83 per week. Several pupils rent rooms end do light house keeping at a cost of about 82 per week. Students coming from tbe west should plan to arrive in Minidoka on the night train; those from the east, on the after noon train as the stage leaves at 6 a. m. When purchasing tickets, students should ask for receipts, Form L. Pre sentation of these at the close of the year will secure half-fare return rates. For further information address the J. C. Black, Albion, Idaho. president, Washingtoo, Aug. 23.—Orders bave been issued by the war department di recting that the troops on the transport Meade, intended (or Taku, China, be sent from Nagasaki, on arrival there, to Manila. The troops on the Meade con sist of 13 officers and 512 men of the Fifteenth Infantry, 10 officers and 369 men of the Third cavalry, 4 officers and 145 men ol the engineer corps. This is the first order diverting troops intended for China to Manila. The government is satisfied that there are now sufficient soldiers in China for present purposes. Orders also have been issued divert ing all other transporta now en route with troop« for China from Nagasaki to Manila. About 4,000 troops will be affected by this order. Eebbsd the Dress. A startling incident, of which Mr. John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the subject, is narrated by him as follows: "I was in a most dreadful condition. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunk en, tongue coated, pain continually in back and sides, no appetite-gradually growing weaker day by pay. Three physicians bad given me up. Fortun ately, a friend advised trying 'Electric Bitters;' and to mv great joy and sur prise, the first bottle made a decided improvement. I continued their use fpr three weeks, and am now a well man, I know they saved my life, and robbed the grave ol another victim." No one should fail to try them. Only 50cts., guaranteed, at Bull ft Wood ruff's drugstore. Te Contractera. The undersigned, trustees of school district No. 7, will let to contract the enlarging and remodeling of the pres ent school building in said district. For plans of work required call at The News office, Blackfoot. Sealed bids for this work, directed to A. A. Ziegler, clerk of the board, must be in the Blackfoot postoffice by noon, Saturday, September 1. The board will open same at their school house between the hours of 4 and 6 o'clock p. m. of that dAy. The board reserves the right to reject any and ali bids. Wm. Howard, J. M. Locey, A. A. Zeigler, Clerk Trustees. You assume no risk when you buy Chamberlain's colic, cholera and diar rhoea remedy. Hull ft Woodruff will refund your money if you are not satis fied after using it. It is everywhere ad mitted to be the most successful remedy in use for bowel complaints and tbe ly one that never rails. It is pleasant, safe and reliable. on EdHer's Awful Pli|M. F. M. Higglos, editor Seneca, (Ills.,) News, was afflicted for years with Piles that no doctor or remedy helped until he tried Bpcklen's Arnica Salve, writes two boxes wholly cured him. It's t|)e surest Pile cure on earth and the best salve In the world. Cure guaran teed. Only 26 cents. Sold by Hull ft Woodruff, druggists. C Ho A Simple Cold Cere. Krause's Cold Cure, in capsule form, U easy to take aod does not effect the head or hearltjg like quinine, Try it today, Priue 26c. Sold by /lull ft Woodruff, druggists. A WONDERFUL CUM OF DIARRHOEA. A Premiaeat VlrfMa Eider Ra« Ahaeet Rhea Up. hat Wat RreegM Bank ta Fions tbs Tisses, Hlllsüls, Va I suffered with diarrhoea for a long time and thought I was past being cured. I had spent much time and money and suffered so much misery that I bad al most decided to giro up all hopas of re covery end ewelt the result, but notic ing the advertisement of Chamberletn's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and also some testimonials stating how some wonderful cures had been wrought by this remedy, I decided to try It. Af ter taking a few dosee I wes entirely well of that trouble, and 1 with to say further to my readers and fellow-suffer ers that I am a hale and hearty man to day and feel as well as I ever did in my life.— O. R. Moore. Sold by Hull ft Woodruff, druggists. A Si Trip to tbs East The trip to the East by way of Sail Lake City and the RioGrande Western railway in connection with either the Denver ft Rio Grande or Colorado Mid land Railways ia the grandest on the American continent, passing as it does through the heart of the Rocky Mount ains. No European journey of equal length can compare with it io splendor of scenery or wealth of novel interest. A stop-over in Salt Lake City is per mitted on all tickets via tbit route. Salt Lake City is known as the most quaint and picturesque place in the United States. Its summer climate is incomparable. Tbe Mormon Temple, Tabernacle and Church institutions* the Hotprings, Warm Sulphur springs and the Sanitarium are a few of its at tractive features. It is a city of beauti ful homes, park», drives and nearby canyons and mountain resorts. Great Salt Labe, on the salted 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 can float on the surface of the lake. For rates or other information or for copy of "Croeaing the Rockies" apply to W. C. McBride, General Agent, 47 E. Broadway, Butte, or nearest O. S. L. agent. The great success of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the treatment of bowel complaints has made it standard over the greater part of the civilized world. For sale by Hull ft Woodruff, druggists. If you want a Farm Loan write Lind say ft Co., Idaho Fails, or see O. F. Smith, Blackfoot. Head Fssls Lika Bursting. Maybe you were out late last night? If you had taken a Krause's Headache Capsule before retiring your head would be cool and clear this morning. Take one now and you will be alt right in an half hour. Price 25c. Sold by Hull ft Woodruff. Unless, woman eats sufficient nour ishing food she can neither gain nor keep a good complexion. Food, when digested, is tbe base of all health, all strength and beauty. HERBINE will help digest what you eat, aod give you the clear, bright, beautiful skin of health. Price 50 and 75 cents at Pio neer drugstore. Notice at fi siss oaiaat. Notice Is hereby gtven that at a regularly called meeting of tbe board of director» of the People»' Canal and Irrigating Co., held at Blackfoot, Angusl 6, two, an assessment of » 60 per share waa lawfully levied on the stork of (be company. The same Is due and payable to me on or before Oct. 1.1SOO. And any shares of stock upon which this assessment remains unpaid Oct. 1. U00, will be declared dellmiuent and same will be advertised and suflhiient of the stock sold at public-sale to pay »aid a»»r»s ment together with oost of advertising and C. P. Bwaansig, Sec. and Tress. sale. NOTICE OF A8ME88IENT. fPHEOOBBETTBLOUGH DITCH COMPANY, 1 a corporation. Location of prinolpal place of business. Blackfoot. Bingham Co., Idaho. Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of the board of dlreciora held on Saturday, Aug. 4th, assessment No *. of » cents per share, was levied upon the capital stack of their com pany, payable to H. A. Doud, secretary and treasurer. Blackfoot. Idaho Any »look upon which this assessment shall he unpaid on Sat.. September 16. IHM. will be delinquent and advertised for aale at public auction, and unless payment le made before, enough of each parcel of stock will be sold on Saturday. Ortolwr 17, ISOS, to pay said as s essment with oost of advertising and pense of sale. Dated Aug. 7, turn. •x H. A. DOUD. décréta ry. Reties of Prebale of Will. 8TATE OF IDAHO. I la ran Pbobatb Court C ounty of Bingham | Off said coustt. In the matter of tbe estate of Marshall Orr, Deceased, Pursuant to an order of said ooort, mad« on tbe 22nd day of August, IHM, noth» to hereby given that Monday, the 10th day of September. IHM. at M o'clock a. m. of said day, at the court room of said court, at the oourt bouse In Blackfoot, county of Bingham, has b««n ap pointed as the time and plum for proving the IFIII of said Marshall Orr. deceased, and for hearing the application of Presto Burrell tor the Iseuanoe to him of letters tesiainsntary When and where say person Interested may appear am) contest Ihc same. Dated the 22nd day of August, IHM. Cuaiilu Mou.*», fixoaclo Clerk. NOTICE OF SALE Of School Lands ond Unirer*' sity Lsndo in B in g h a m County, Idaho. WOTtCB 18 mtUBBY GIVEN TilAT Od Jl Monday Uw *rd day of September. ISM. St M o'clock, s. m.. then will bo offered for »«I«. pursuant to law. at public motion, at lb« Ooart House In Blsckfoot, Bingham County. Idaho, tracts of State Lauda altoated In takl county, aa follows, to-wtt : Dusosimos. H tc. Tr. K. Paies Pn. A cat a mao LM I (St.» A.» NHK of the SW* " " J7 H. NW* of the SW* " " " SW* of ths SW* " Bll» of the SW* . NEK of tbe NEK MSN » " 8W* of the NEK . " NEK of the NWS " " NWKoftbeNW* " '* " BW* of the NW*. " BEK of tbe NW* " " " " NEK of tbe SW* » " " " NWKof theSW* "" - " BE* of tbeSWK. NBK»f the NW* St IN " 8WK of the BE*. " SB* of the BEK " " " " NEK of the NB*1«28 36 E. NWKoflheSWK " " " NWKof the WHH " " " " BEK of the 8 WK " " " NEK of the BEK. . " NWKof the BB*. NWKof the SBK. SB* of the SB* .. The terms and conditions of sale will be found l»"An Act defining the duties of the Ntnte Board of Land Commissioner«." Fifth taw taw taw M.W taw 10.00 1000 10 00 10 00 10 00 10.00 15.00 io oo 15.00 15.00 10 00 MM MW law tow 1 taw taw Sum Ion Law*. itMi, pagv 7X Appral*txl valu» and particular description nay be found at tbe office of tbe Oountjr Treasurer, or at the office of the State Land Board. All land* upon which there la now a regu larly taaued lea** will be *old aubject to tbe condltloae of »eld ieaee. Not «.No land» will be aold for leaa than HO 00 per acre. The drat year'« Internet and 10 par cant of tbe purvbaae price. Caab on «lay of aale. By order of tbe State Board of Land Cun mlM toner*. 8 H H A Y 8. Secretary ByC. E. ABNEY. Chief Clerk. Gorton's Osh cake positively free from bones. For sale by G. II Holbrook Red Cross Tansy Pills Dm Lefts'£ PRICEDIOO ron. PA INFUL Mssstrsaflsa AniaFMVBmVfltw 'oULMOURITIXA |l^F»rf8«ljJ|Unnlm Pur* Yy Vim ubtaft Nmi m Usa» Til di Cliebou Co. Dm Matas* Fir Sal« If HULi:& WOODRUFF. TUB 'l k ST. PAUL Direct line to the East, via Omaha or Kansas City and Chicago for passengers sod freight. THERE 18 A SATISFACTION' in our service that pluahes the customer and makes him manent patron of our line. L. L. Downing, Commercial Agent, Salt Lake City, Utah. a per BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT cures rheumatism, neuralgia.hcadache, sick headache, sore throat, cut» sprains, bruises, old sore«, corns and all pain and inflammation. Ing liniment In the world, cents and 50 cts. at Pioneer drugstore. The most penetrat Price, 25 Ranch For Sals. By order of the Probate Court, I offer »•le tbe homcHteerf for entry of John Gerrett, deceased, consisting of IIW acres of land and the improvements thereon, situated from the town of Blackfoot, tbe one mile same being pe ten ted land and having a good water right, to he told In Its entirety or In par», I, to suit purchasers. For prtocs and terms, H. W. CURTIS. Administrator of tbe eslate of John Garrett, Deceased. etc., call upon Fiv« Thing». The five diseases for which Shiloh's consumption cure is especially mended, recom are coughs, colds, whooping cough, croup and consumption, medicine ever made by man is equal to it Id any respect. Sold under guarantee. Money back If It fails. 60 cts. and 81.00 No s positive 25c. a bottle.—Palace drug store. For whooping cough, asthma, bron chitis, or consumption, m, medicine ^VHnp U d L Î jARD ' 8 H °KKHOUND SYRUP. Price 26 and 60 near drug store. cents at Pip. Job Printing PROMPTLY DONE THE NEWS OFFICE. AT PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W. j. LAMME , LAWYER, « WILL PRACTICE Id ALL COCKT8 IN TMR STATS ggrOScs Is IS* Old Und O*oe Building blackfoot, Ill A HO. Du. o. w. Hihflim, DENTIST. (Ne* Hehle Blockt IDAHO. BLACKFOOT, j|ARK C. MYERS. M. D.. Physician and Surgeon. W ILL ftttttud prompUy U> alt !»• cult* «I ouy hour. iUy or utfbl 01 m la Um» Filât# Uroi Mow. IDAHO. BUCKPOOT, JjXO. W. JONES, JE., Attorn«!* «t LtM. OFFICE WITH N. U. CLANK. 1 COUNTY attorney. . . . IDAHO. BLACKFOOT, i I ÿ, H. CLARK, Attorney-at-Law. ATTOHNBY FUN BINOHAM COUNTY Practice* In all the Court, af Idaho. (MBeeaal Idaho Falla aod BlaekfOot. DH» F. ». PYLE, Surgeon Dentist, ALL LIVES Or DKSTAL WORK OFFICE ON MAIN NTH BET, Blarkfaat, I I t Raw That Tata. No 7, north bound, 4:50 p. m. 8:20 a. m. 1:00 p. m. 1:14 a. m J. A. Collins, Agent. •* 9, " " 10, south " .. g .. County Directory Sheriff D. H. Clyne Auditor and Recorder, Geo. F. Gagun Assessor and Collector, H. W. Keifer Treasurer, D. H. Uieiban C. K. Molden Probate Judge, SupL Schools, Miss Lydian Halley County Attorney, Coroner • N. H. Clark - John Huary - Chas. D. Chapin i Nets A. Just, Commissioner»: - Hyrura Frew, f H.l'.Cbristensen Surveyor Lodgen Masonic Regular communication* of Grove City Lodge No. 33. A. F. A A. M. wilt >be held at Masonic Hal! at 8:00 p. m., on the third Saturday in each month. Alt visiting broth ers in good standing are cordially in vited. Percy Jonkh. W. M. Geo. L. Wall, Secretary. I Georoe a. Thoma* Port No. 9. G. A. ti t hold« regular meetings every second Satur day In each month in Masonic Hail. All comrades In good standing are requested to be present. ,, J- P. Porter, Com. Porter Armstrong, Adjutant. United State* Land Office. Oaioe hours : Register. Receiver. Clerk . • :00 a. m. till 4:00 p. to. . Liren«« K. Thomas .Geo. R. Ungers . ■ Gregory Jones Pobtoffice Hours : Week Days.S:00a m. to 7:00 p Sundays 10 to II a. m.. 1:00 U, 7:00 p. m. Mallelosea af:0u p. m. F**b B. Bravant. P. M ESTHER CHAPTER, No. 14. Or der of Eastern Star, holds regular meeting, the first and third Wsalnua m month " l 8 P m " Masonic Hall. Visiting members in good stand ing are respectfully Invited. Blanche Jones, -, u Worthy Matron. Mary Kii.linorworth, Soc'y. golden Rule N o. 24,1, o. o. F. moots on Thura day oven Ing. every week, at H o'clock T. 8. Morrihon, N. O. a. D. Quantrkll, Secretary. »Pioneer Lodge No. 6230 amw D J' , * h Wo °dman of thtaH Wr u' ? e * u flr * t end third Mondays of each n,0n w * l Masonic Hall. T«W"; Wearyick, V.C. THo*. J. Johnbon, Clerk Meny a fair young child, who« p.1 •« puzzled the mother, until «he has suspected rightly her darling was troubled with was the rosy hue of health 'tY*** 10 ** of WHITE'S cream vi'kur»u° W Price 25 cenU at Piop JS! 1 ' 0 *' * 0DMr dru » ,t0 « 60 UNEQUALLED FOR SUB IklK Vmmmo K*»y of Operation Tabulating, lUpIt and Durabtttj TICAL. VttUU »»IT. UM TYPCVflITtA. INTER MOUNTAIN AGENCY IN: UTAH, HORT All, IDAHO, WTDRUK Hwdquartert KZ HND» TABLETS BUCKEYE I OINTli CUKS W0THIM6 BIT w A SUM Mi* OMTA1H atrr maaKDYfor M HOT RIIYsft TbeHMStUltuAI X- I*viai IT *fMu tew DfloUtai Uii II A* !22?££ Isfeadlna «AuuM r i Ml w t i l l ' i l | »u . p e l — . me. MILLER ORGAN Wieder & Sewing Mac«« of on in in be Uttar Mottoa *1 Ball BearLaii m. mR SALE NY. i>. U. BIRTH A R, BLACl Nothing ha« ever been piui»j*| equal or compare with TA»W BUCKKYK PILE OINTMENt curative and healing eppil«*» , plies, Assure«, Mind and Ue«dh*>J ternal end interael, nod Itch lOf j bleeding of the reetum Therdjfl Immediate end ou re Intellable. n AO cento in bottle«, Itibee 75 d»| Pioneer drugstore. Look ol Year Faee, Aod eee If It le reflecting heeltbHl ••«•. Karl'« Clover Hoot Tee fie« the face and oomplsxtoe, 8**j eures perfect health.. Ail drug*»! eta and 60 ole. Money refund«* Jj •ulte are not setlsfeetory. ■tore. In conetlpatlm HERBIN» i natural, haalthy remedy,acting ly. A few small dosas will M ,0Und *° *° the sxcreUHf tlons that they are able to operM* "'»"out aiy aid whatevr. 60 ceqts et Pioneer drug More.