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TltBRlTOBlAL DIRECTORY .rrwl.T . Pahm . . K, A. rtluvfiwüu IN' ,ntr . Charta* Ilnur.»! * ,W !ïî!mry j«». H. Ilun ley. ! .**HI Hay». "* HXtiHAM OOL-MTV. Jmw l»l Diet su** "■ . Ini "•• ! ... Sam P. Taylor. . J M iluunett. .......tin. ltwir«. .W- A WiMMlIn. ...Oto. Kobetbau. K. M. HbueuwlMr. .At. Hunting ...JUuutgv Uortnu ,. Ell. Wann ... • •• ITC. water. A. Clark. ■ ■ -A nun»)' If«» 1 . ' «ans or count. -^Couoijr—** Bisek toot, J use fourth n^fSü^u'parl«. July ulmli A ^' ,u - "giSbW-A« Chain». April «bird r-d rr fourth. ■u«r*s>r lamp omet . Krank W. Hraur. ' ..Juba Muutguaier). t Ur*t unit , W-.l * j j UffiOôT* VV OOQ,WOai,JUIIHe .H. HOPKINS, MAl.BR IT AIM all kind» of fllDUHG MATERIAL, SEEDS Grain And Mill-Stuff. Brlbslsll TfSHMSt dwest Market Priges. Blaokfoot, Idaho. for the accommodation •f the public. Meal* tbewe hours *** From «* £ Jj 6 to 81 New Restaurant!! bv Bav Or Month wjr w* mwmma .35 Onto ' 50 and 25 C«mU Alten of public patronage Rolleited ! — > Meals Ü ! NBA O A. BTUFFLBBKAM, rroprietress _I j c i ORA*« y b fci Cr D O IgariiKS i a to Boots, Slb-oes ! _ ,\JÎD _ ; Mki Tali, mini m fmih. UftmrroaT: hortk hair strrrt. *, T.C. ARMSTRONG, . Uni, Grain and Feed, Rial lluaKR Kma (milk h. War» * •> SALT LAIE WTT. #TAI. THOS.ASriBY, Wbolcmle and Retail Mali Unten Frompdy FUlcd. OttDEN I FA1 ] storage and Commission ! of I I, w. -DRAI.RR tX Paint, Window Glass flour, grain •I —AUD— «EE.D'8 6 th BT. OODBN ed a hi« he A WM PACIFIC RAILW'Y OViat.ASD BOVT* ^ ty Um CarrylBc U.S. Onrtiad Mall. ««wer* and M.«t*rn Da g i o»che» nwm th» MWmiuiI River "Mug Dlreft Connection bvoviT, Chayenne, Ogden, ®«t Lake OUy, Sacramento, Jf* A«V>", Snn Praneiaco. Port !**' *nd »II NehrMka, Colorndo, Utah Jwui n(t Jdi,|, 0( Montana, Oregon **r»da, California an,I Pad fie Const Pointa ft? 1 *.' Chejÿed Through from all *"t* in the Kaat to Pointa Named. Weeper* Free on thron gh Tral n» rewmin. Uie terri ra te« Of rare, draerlptlve p»m H® »7 , *l'PO lo nearest »gen« nf Union «y .«• »niinaetlng ruait», or addre*» .,7 s ** L. Kimlmll, J. R Tcbliet«, °**- UANAGRR «(. p. A T. A. OUAHA, NRRRASKA. V ,AllKw,, ®* **• A-. Lake. K Okoxjxa. Agent, at Blndcfool to the the into by VI j . - - wtHiuiia ™«rw. C.T. 0. OF BlACKfOOT Huggtwted II) HrrwK. i I ! ! *•* »« kn "* the olden story Hhu:h these stirring l| na , Of the Dragon grim and gory Dying ambushed by the well; How the mother« and the .. Aud the little children died, " «''« they sought the Rowing By his lair at eventide. And the men of all the region For their homes and babies and wives Drew the sword to slay the Dragon At the peril of their Jives; Fought him vainly, till arising Iu the name and strength of God, Fair Saint George, the saintlv warrior Htretebcd him lifeless re-toll, ! I j I daughters waters on the soil, j Let us tell the newest story, Of the Dragon in <»ur land, the'nation'» gtofy, ] Lurking by the J^èful fÜ„ ! Of our feasting aud our mirth, j Houpttallty and friendship— ' Springs of joy that brighten earth. Not the children and its mothers Roars this monster to devour, But the husbands, sous and brothers *<£ »tsasa j Strong men in their manhood'a prime Crushing honor, love and «lutv. AU that makes their life sublime Now for God and home und Lo! the women rise and fight. See them arm to slay the Dragon, Hell ami Heaven behold the sight. .Girt with Truth, with Faith for buckler I Righteojanejot their breastplate strong Goupel-sbod. in glowing helmet. Serried ranks are marching Pearl«« of hi. country, i » venomed talons, ScaUilnaat by bis fiery breath, These «hall snatch their fallen victims on. f4UK * ^ ,l . e * u ' They shall strike until the Dragon Vanquished at their feet shall lie l"" 1 Th , 0 ii 1 Th -' faithful ,l *K iwn! L*rd, s|teed Thou the victor) ! — Enten Signal. > keep Away. The proprietor of a high-toned drinking «udoo« in New York signed the pledge and closed his dram-shop. On learning that a company of lads had organiml themselves into a tem perance society, be went to Uiem mid gave them Mme of his experience as a rum seller. "I sold liquor,' said he, "eleven yean— long enough for to see the beginning aod end of its effect I have aeen a man take bin first giss« at my place, ami afterward find the grave of a suicide. I have : aeen man after man, wealthy mid educated, come into my saloon who now cannot buy a dinner. 1 m alt ! twenty customers, worth fnurn one to ; five thousand dollar», who are now "• warne«! tue boy* agninal entering the aaloon on any pretext. He said that he bad seen a young fellow, a mem tier of a temperance society, come in with a friend and wait while lie drank. me ] "No, no," he would «ay when miked itodrink. "I never touch it. Thank«) ail the name. Preocnuy, rathet titan, acem <*burl«h, he would take a glaa» ! of cider or harmltv.» lemonade. "Ttie lemonade wan nothing.'' «aid he. "but I knew how it would end. The only safety, boy*, tor any one, no matter how atrong hi* resolution«, is outside the «loor of the «»loon. A Good Book and It» Work. If » good dec! «hin« in this wick " 1 ed world like a candle in the darknes. a good book »bine« os a lighthouse. When Dr. Lyman Beecher published hi« "Six Sermon* on Interapcrnnce. he thought they might do a little good work in Connecticut: but the "»■rmoa»'' have wrought great deeds among all English-speaking people. A copy of the ".Sermons ' found It into the house of a drunken; Hootch cobbler, James Stirling, of Milngvic. One Saturday night, on returning home from Uie publlehouae. j where he had l»een carousing, he ovei- ' heard hi* wife reading, as her custom wan, a w«v chapter of the New Testnment to the Children. The chapter wa. the twenty-flfU. of Matthew, in which is concerning ! J I I I Will father Iks a goat, mother.' the parable of our Lord the nepnrating of the »heep from the goat*. Mked the youngest bov, looking up into hin mother's face. liewildereii ; The poor woman was by the lioy'n question; but the drunken father, who had overheard it, was »truck with »Imme and remorse. He bjn lied that niglrt. *»<• tossed upon 1 i slept but little, troubled. The next day, being ashamed t > go to church, he stayed at home. I Peeking for koine book to be might get away from himself, he discovered (he for liia heart was read, that is Sermons on In ! temperance." I seemed to have been written for him j alone. Then and there he formed the i I resolution to drink neither beer spiriU. He attended lie ri*ad them; they nor temperance 1 meeting a few nights later, and pulip ly signed the pledge, his sons, as fast as ids legs could u Oil'rati one of car. : ry him, to bid sick mother, with the news. '■Mother! lie shouted, as he rushed ' to the bedside, ••father has just put down his name, and they're all put l iug down their names." '•Thunk God!" exclaimed the moth 1 er; the tears stopped her «loxology. ! " ,f *" 11 kee P il ." sdded. "les, hell keep it.' and her face flushed with the dawn of better jday». "I'll sign it, too, and you must "** "'if 1 'R f " r the set time *« -- .*"■ ««— - ». tnM,e ' " ,ul w,tU to religion. ! to favor us laut come." It bad come. From that time Stir* pro mote the cause of temperance and —Youth's Companion. REASONS Why Ayer's Sarsaparilla is preferable to any other for the cure of Blood Diseases. Because no poisonous or deleterious ingredients enter into me eowimsition ot Ayer*» Sarsaparilla. —Ayer's Sarsaparilla contains only *ba purest and most eSeciivu remedial properties. — Ayer's Sarsaparilla is prepared with extreme care, skill, and cleanliness. — Ayer's .Sarsaparilla is prescribed by j leading physicians. — Ayer's Sarsaparilla I* for sale every where, and recommended by all Urst-class druggists. — Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a medicine, and not a beverage in disguise. — Ayer's Sarsaparilla never fails to effect a cure, when persistently used, according to directions. — Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a highly con centrated extract, and therefore the most economical Blood Medicine in tho market. —Ayer's Sarsaparilla has bail a suc iful career of nearly half a century, and was never so popular as at present. — Thousands of testimonials are on file from those benefited by the use of * Dr. J. c. Aysr A Co., Lowell, Matt, Walch and flock Repairing a Specialty. - Ayer's Sarsaparilla. l-UEI-AIiri) 1-1 hk. |l ; Ox haul«, $i. Wank U » UiUlc. W. L. BUSWELL. -IlKAl.KIt IN A N !> '! 4Üi St opp. Z. C. M. I. Ogden. Mailorder* Prompt!)' atteiulcd to WM. HOUTZ -î* Contractor % Builder, ' pj.ACKH>OT. IDAHO SMÖIN & THOMAS, IIKA1.KRS IN (iKNKRAL MERCHANDISE' Write for price list or samples. mail orders promptly tilled. OGDEN, UTAH — _ „ ay -*- GOODS . * IMP R Y ' M I Lv 1 v I N I x I < I JJMjOÛS. SÜkS. FlOWÊrS, ' OGDEN West side Main St. Mrs. M. Bowring, —DKAI.KR IN— Feathers, Satins and Triinining» UTAH WHITE HOUSE! . . whlt e «nure am. «ted,«-, «|«jj j hl . | M .,t rnmna In the city. l1io tatde« supplied with tho best the market affbrtl», ; Term*, |M>r Day. The bar and btlllard r<iom will be run in con neetkin with thoHulol. hiul mine hot llielir*« brand» or liquors ami cigars win im kept. A. PODLKCtt, I'UO. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. « ui be Job Printing PROMPTLY DONE AT THE : NEWSOFFICE ; "'*1 THE PIONEER DRUG STORE, Wm H Ö ElHL iE>., & SON DRUGS AND MEDICINES, i .; Headlight Oil. Benzine, Turpentine, Paints. Oils ;-- - • • Putty, Varnishes, Glass. Paint Brushes, Toilet ; tobaccos Articles, Stationery, Patent Medicine, Candy, etc ; • • • • CIGARS 1 Rest Alcohol Wine and Liquors j. : i j ! ? j ! .. BLACKFOOT IDAHO ! . I : ^ for medical purposes, Fancy Goods, Perfume Cologne. \ - Writing Inks. Physicians Prescriptions and Family Re- - ( cipes carefully compounded at all hours, day or night. \ EVSpeetadu a Specialty. ' 1 Tausill's Punch 5 aud 10 cent cigars. 5Sf"Dr. Belile's Office is at the Pioneer Drug Store_)y-j ! MAIN STREET •■*■• ! BIBLE, BROWN & JOHNSTONE INDIAN TRADERS AND DEALERS IN 1 ■ ! Hardware, Etc. POCATELLO, I. T. j « BETTER BARGAINS THAN EVER. Large Males Expected Through Modest & LowPrices. j S3?"IIigh Grades, New Styles, Superior Qualities Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and Caps Boots and Shoes, I THE BEST FAMILY AND Fancy GrocERms Ever Brought to This Market. BUILDER'S HARDWARE AND Farming Implements a Specialty. Quality of Goods and Prices will Warrant Sales. I FRESH, NEff GOOD CONSTANTLY COMING IN. M a .. „ . - _—_ . m JE3L. XJ-A-JXil T jig*i$ CZ$3Xr 9 [Successorto Danh.kon & Stevens,] ; : i ! I ! ! j W. F\ MEULIGK, -DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE & INDIAN GOODS ; Highest Cash Priées Paid For Furs. Ross Forls., IdaLo. ! ' Wm, DRIVER & SON î WHOLESALE. DRUGS AND LIQUORS CI6ARS AND TOBACCO. TCJ 1 "t ' ] I i Ogden, rS^Mnil orders solicitai and filled the day reecivcd_jgcj A Matchless Offer THE CHICAGO Weekly Times 25c For - The - Campaign The Chicago Vi cekly Times Is the Leading Newspajicrof the Great West It contains the most important news collected by the daily edition from all parts of the world; a review of the week at home ami abroad; interesting reading matter for the home circle; household and agricultural informa tion, and reliable commercial and mar ket reports. During the campaign it ""î ! tLe most «impiété, ami most impartial ]>oIitieal news, re gardless of persons or parlies. The Weekly Times should reach every Western Home during the campaign. Regular price one dollar per year. Bend P. 0. Money Order or Postal Note to the Chicago Times. BROWN'S J. I 1 JJ Manufacturer of foreign and American Marble And Granite MONUMENTS, Head «lene« aud Tablets Üdldreni' Headstone# from $10.00 up. Headstones complete. 2 in. thick. 4 ft hifrh 3 in. 44 4 ft high 44 44 4 in. 44 4 ft hiirb 4i 44 44 0 in. 44 4 ft hijfb 55 any tho Isarjrest and best Selected stock in Utah. All the Latest Desijrns* The Only Exclusive Marble Works in the ('ity. All Work done at Eastern Prices P. O. Box 997, Sait Lake, Utah. KS We ea B. S. HOLBROOK A6ENT AT Blagkfoot, Idaho. J. ©■ HOUTZ, Importer and Dealer In Sole Agent for Heath A Milligan MTg Co. Best PREPARED Paint .General Dealer In. C3rnja.iisr f FLOUR & SEEDS. Main Strikt, OGDEN, UTAH. Mrs. L. L. Ross' RESTAURANT -AND— Oyster Saloon, POCATELLO. IDAHO. This |x>pular Kosort has just been openod to the public and a share of the putroiuMie i* pectfully Rolicitod. .Kverythinjr Will be found neat and clean, and the meals ser\*ed in the beat style. Fresh Oysters and Meals at ALL Hem.. Idaho Stase Co. O Th. ohrapeRt, the «hortest and moat direct route between the North. East and West and the points named. Uarryng Mail, Passenger« and Express. Reave* lllaekfoot Daily at « a. m. for the Bi» Lost River Mines. Houston. Chains. Ronanxa, Clayton. Custer City. -Etna aud Bay Horae. Passengers are carried in first class isutehe», driven by careful and experienced driver*. Kating Houses on the line are unsurpassed. Accommodating agents who are ready at all times to furnish patrons with full information regarding towns, mines and surrounding coun try. Por further information apply M J. I'. DICKEY. Superintendent. VHKI1 VOGLER, Agent at lllaekfoot. Idaho. O. J. SAl'LSBERY General Manager, or JAS. THOMAS WM. THOMAS Thomas &, Thomas, T.AT.L'O.R'S, HIAGIaEv ROOK, IDAHO First Class Line of ftoods for Suitings. Pam* and Vest* always kept un band. Cleaning aud Repairing Promptly Done XWSattafaetion Guaranteed. . WholPMb and ReUtil Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes CLOTHING, HATS, MILUNKRV, Ktr. Ayri'uts for tho Celebrated Itutterriek Paper Patterns and the Mather Kid Glove SALT LAKKC1TV. UTAH.