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The Blackfoot News.
TW ICE- A- WERK.
Published Every Wednesday and Saturday
PERCY JONES. PUIIUSHEK
TERRS OE 8CB6CR1PT10N :
One Year
Six Months_
Three Months.
$ 2.00
1 . 0 '
Advertising rates furnished on aupitcutluu
Entered at the postoltii-e at BtMkfoot, Idaho,
f.«r transmission as second class mail matter
RLACKPOOT. IDAHO. APRIL ST. 1001.
Kansas has put a whole Nation in
jail.
Instead of the voice of the turtle
the roar of cannons is still heard in
South Africa.
Formrr Senator Thomas (I. Carter,
ol Montana, has Seen elected chairman
of the St. Louis World's Fair commis
sioners.
The huge beams in some would-be
politicians eyes do not prevent their
gleeking when they discover a minim
mote in another's eyes. They take
comfort in their discovery.
George Gould is negotiating for the
Chicago A Alton railroad. If he should
get it, it will put him in control of 15,
000 miles of road, and the greatest uud
most compact system ill the world.
The commissioner of the General
Land office has given a decision in fav
or of the Oregon Short Line against
Clark & Co., in a right of way contro
versy at Uvada, Nevada. This may
end their troubles.
Ohio Valley towns and farms have
suffered heavily from the great flood
which is now subsiding. In Idaho we
know but little of such troubles but it
may be proper and kindred like to
tend condolences.
ex
TH2 State Land Board is doing spin
did work in disposing of school lands'
heretofore idle and profitless to the !
schools and to the state. Its work is i
the kind that talks, for it is rapidly ex- |
••hanging these idle lands for money ;
und money talks.
The Democratic (»arty is pronounced j
in its opposition to commercial and j
business trusts, but it should favor a !
party trust to unite all waring factions. ■
1 be party cannot hope to win when the !
east and west are
rising and setting sun.
j
far apart as the
as
— » j
The immigrants pouring into North ,
Idaho may not find strawberries, spring !
lamb and
jrreen plentiful uud ;
cheap, hut if they settle there and atep j
beyond the theoretic and work
practically and with Kood judgment !
they will have all Humv good thiols iu '
due sea-son.
Senator Magee, of Pennsylvania,
a.. I . ......
wno tiled the other day. carried life in-;
One of the Missouri courts has just
made a decision which will I« of gen
eral interest. It is to the effect that
where a hn*l«nd takes his mother, who
is dependent upon him into his family
against the wishes of his wife, and the
latter thereupon leaves him, he will
not be entitled to a divorce on the |
ground of desertion until he has offered j
to provide a separate home for his
wife and she refuses to live with him |
therein. It would seem to I« very good
doctrine.
surunce for $800,000 and had in an ap
plication for $400,000
death his doctor put in a bill for $190.
000 for services.
more. After his
F^erhaps the doct.s
examined him for insurance and attend
ed him in his last hours.
New Orleans. April 22.
The peo
ple all over the southern states are oil
crazed. Everybody i* anxious to get
In or, the ground floor and the rajlroads
are having all they can do to carry the
people to the fame Star state.
,
Every
railway train out of this
Is crowded with people going to Beau
mont to look over the ground.
It reminds the old firnspeetors of the
days of Cripple Creek and other
city to Texas j
I'tah in lov i i a i s.
Ion vml ls- sä e th lT y
b t ir t tl \ wl!": m, ; , "' rry
In that -täte. Now i ornes the altorney ;
„.e..., ,n„
general who tolls them they may marry
nnil.-H Hi- o-t„ i ,ii , , , ,
under the stale laws. By dint of hard
►tudy and thorough investigation he
has found that under the old common
law they could not marry hilt under the
rules of the civil law they may. The !
ciill law removes the kindship from!
the .(d -to the 4th degree. And now they
d be the civil law."
west
points in the days of the gold
•trikes It is a ease of "Beaumont or
bust."
ern
IT is imothing to the feelings of in
terested parties to know bow luws may
be construed to -uit individual
*«y : "Hies
1 BROWN
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OUR IMMENSE SPRING STOCK
Of I)rv Goods, Notions, Men s
%i
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Boys and Children's Clot hing, Shoes,
Hats, Ladies and Gents' Furnish
IS
If DP TO DATE.
inar Goods
Ö
nan
a
Is Now Ready for Your Inspection.
In addition to this we have added a Furniture Department to our
business and want to give you figures before you buy. We have
full line of Brass, Iron, Wooden and Folding Beds, Bed Room Suits,
mattresses and springs, dressers, washstands, sideboards, parlor,
dining, kitchen & center tables, safes, wardrobes, bock cases, writing
desks, refrigerators, all kinds of chairs, rockers and baby carriages.
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BROWN & ELDREDGE.
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Pension Increa-cs,
n war will lie
an
That over 41.HMD;
Reports from the Pension Bureau at
Washington indicate that the tail of
j the Spanish-Atnet
j larger th in the Ir.dy. Already
, nouncement is made
! applications for pensions on account of
; the »hört war h ive been tiled,
j There U somethin" ^turtlin/ in the
proportion of claim» filed to the number
! of aoldier* enlisted. The total numlwr
' of voli»tinei)U wa» 274,717. Of the«*»*
only about BO,000 »avf tietual service in
the field. Talcing the»e ligure# a» a
basis, it appear» that two thirds of
, . . ,,
I those engaged iu the strife have filed
.... ...
1 claim* for subsequent ilisatuhtles.
j in the last nine morte» 2,tH*l pensions
have been granted on account of the
Spanish-American service. One-third
of these were to widows. On March 31
there were Otto,09f> pensions on the pen
sion roll from all war*. As the number
of pensions because of the Civil war
remains about stationary, owing to the
increased number of deaths, the addi
tions from the last««,. «ici have brulight
the total to the highest number ever
: recorded.
"Uh *».• pirseot liberal pension
1 iws, there is small reason to ^»eve
| "»«t the total number of pensioners will
j ,a! * <"•*<* «*•» »««''«
with.n the next few years. What the
| aggregat,.- of tlie.se additional pensions
will he ear only Is, discovered after the
lapse or year».—ftepubiic.
A distinguished divine in a recent
Krrognixrd A lining Men
, discourse -aid:
"Among men, we recognize dearly
,,x ' , * IK the fox, the lion, the
snake, the vulture. There are those
j
community, sm.kdikc In their
writhing», sneaking prying- and dist.i
billion of venom, i hey delight iu gut
terlng for the indiscretion of a woman
or the first f.nancnl trembling of a man.
Her indiscretion become* vice, ruin,
agony: Ins difficulty becomes danger,
d.sast» I, down all.
'They are coarsely and correctly
hranded it. our g.ssl Anglo-Saxon as i
back-biters. I hey are vermin. If they |
sec a tid-hit, i Hu y spy an iufii mitÿ, if
'l!** 3, I!" 0 " m * ° Ut ' l th *y ml1 ,
U* " m , th ' ,ir Um:
they revel in the miserable secret: thev
. -
gloat over it wuli their cronies; they
, ... }
bis- it; they hint it; they carry it as a
delicacy to their fellow-vermin, and
they all enjoy a grand ennui Italic feast !
over the dead or dying reputation of
their helpless victim.
"The evil that men do lives after ,
them. The good is oft Interred with
their bones."
'inn
THUOl'GK IDAHO IS TUE IHRK.
latest, intelligence» It is;
President McKinley'»
! party will make the trip between Butte, :
Montana, and Salt Like City, in the
night time. This will interfere stunt-;caroc
what with the arrangements of the
Idaho people, who expect to give the
chief executive an evidence of their
itlgli
From the
! learned thet
[ hospitality. The present plan U forth»*
; presidential train t » leave Spokane on
the 27th of May. arid w ill go th
| northern Idaho and to the Yellow Ston»*
\ park. Returning 10 Hutte, the »tart
I will bo made for f'tah on the nltfbt, of
ft has been the intention of
,, . ,
.lune 1st.
; Governor Hunt to meet the party, with j
i a commit tee of Idaho citizen» lied ex
! lend to the president the hospitality of '
this state. The committee will prole \
ably be uppoinfed by the governor to- j
morrow. Capital News
0?JK (jf t|)( , A mericun W.mlen com
^ , g m „ |B- lhllt Ht <Kvv ,.„„ N ,. v ,
V ork. has been closed .low..orders
f „, m , )wlMlqlwPlei ^ throwing about
l.rgy) men and women out of employ
ment. Among the many lieneHt* we !
iirp tol( | fl ,, ln e ...rentrât ion
j of bu , i(ieilg th|g duillnlc<s lbe v r ., lt .
(; , t t|j;U t , of . . , g;
u, r „w„ out of work at a moment's no-j
- , jw w | lhoil ,. >nv ..„ance whatever to |
t HO | otl g as I
lh ,.| r ,ines oflmlustry are all eonlroliMl
i
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Despite the !
from one general head.
fact, that a large majority of those in J
this unfortunate position voted last, fall
to uphold the parly responsible for It,
one cannot help but feel sorry for a con
dition which enforces idleness on an
I entire eommunlly,— Butte Miner.
!
Newport News, Va April 22.
' of of UHn(llni{
de |, (! a le meat of the crab may never
j , M . krimvl , t and it , H po-dlde thutlhein
,, ||ttt| . y which t)B , tw , !n carrie d on only
, „ t „«„.„p,,, V a„ for years, may bave
; u , tli , t .„ IltitHIe operations for want of
I t |j, receipt which was used by James
McMcunamin, the wealthy crab packer
wh)) j,,,,, Hatlirdliy at j„ bn i| 0 ,, kinn
i Ho *|,jt (ll< Baitiuiore, after an operation
| f „ p 1(1 lUr ; ;i , lm . v *.
A* far as known, Mr. MeMennamln
, never revealed his secret to anybo.fy
^ unless it is contained in his will, it
, . .. , ,, . . ...
is probable that the formula which
,
made his fortune dual with the shrewd |
! When the Blackfoot and Salmon I
railroad connects north and south Idaho
and opens up the great mineral wealth
, in the interior then the world will lie;
apprised fora fuel of the greatness of
Idaho.
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packer.
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A Beautiful M ciiiMrnt.
In ancient Winchester lie* the r
eumbent statue of u nmmm from
mouth is growing a rose, ,
runs the l»-uuliful story.
never a word of
any human being. And so the rose of
silence became the r<*
honor: and the fi igr.i
rveit stone.
The quality of mercy shines therein,
the mirrcduevsnf alienee, the tlivilicness
vtinse
from
her

dice
toward
live* in «•
of human charity, living when tf
heart i» du»t, »peakinvf
frozen, immortal a» the <»»xl of 1
the Lord of life.
» of i»*ttuM an«
•e of her \ irtue
when bjp. are
ove,
^
occur in the lifetime .of
camp and th
the authorities. i„ « way
for them may ul
r.-pniisib!., for the
A
. . .
Is one you can take without Inf.
A SPECIAL grand jury h
ed hv Judge Mayhew to
been <*all
enquire infoS
went killing and troubles in siio- !
shone county. Two
kill since martial law
nud it is the
men have been
was ulsilished,
: n( the judge Io I
pur|
ferret out the cause am! to find, if pos
sible. the murderers. Like
troubles
every latge
hold
who attempt t
re«|H>p»il>le
attempt to hold them
bad weather in
1 lie one would be a» good u»
THE BEST C0ID CURE
rrup -1
One that docs not
lion to business.
cfTeet the head or hearing like the con
tinued used of quinine,
speedily and leaves y<
and denr-headed.
I>lle that cures \
a feeling fresh j
one is i
Krause's Gold Cure. I'ricc 2ôe. Sold by
Scott A Co.
.Htn-li a
Most women with female
suffer dreadfully from pile* in addition
to their other pains. They may lie e
ed by using TABLEIF8 BUf KKYF,
FILE OINTMENT,
bottles, tubes 75 cents at .Scott A. Co.
w euknea*
in -
Frlce, 60 cents in
Nearly every person needs a tonic
medicine at this time of year to hruce
up and Invigorate the nervous nystem.
to cleanse the bowels, liver and kid
neys. IIEHBENE Is the best and safest,
remedy to do this, as it will
Hlipatfon, regulate the liver and enrich
the blond. Frier tV> emit* at. Scott Co.
cure eon
An ounce of prevention Is worth a
pound of cure, and a bottle of BAL
LARD'S Ilf 111 El lOIi N I) HYKUF used
in time is worth a staff of physicians
with
drug store or two included.
> anil 50 cent* nt Scott At Co.
Fide,
Blue .Slone at llolbi 'aik's.

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WAY FAST.
No trouble about going east via the Burlington
nowadays.
The Burlington
run* thro* sleeping-ear* daily
from Salt Lake t'liy to Omaha and Chicago.
Thro' tourist
every Thursday morning
All meals served in
ears
every Friday evening,
dining-car*. Luxurious buffet-1ibntry-cars ca*t of
Denver.
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Glad to give yon more Information.
Ticket Offl
" "79 Weal Second SobtH St*
H. F. NESLEN, General Agent. HALT LAKE CITY
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