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; A m«i was trivia* four horses to a large wagon wfaeotene of them, a Texas pony, began to fret. Instead of coaxing him np a little he began to slash him unmercifully, at which the little fellow hit back with his heels. The more the man lashed the harder the pony kicked, and finally his legs be came tangled in the harness and he quietly sat down on the tongue to await developments, while two street car driv ers behind the wagon were blowing their whistles for it to get out of the way. Instead of freeing the horse the man continued to lash him, causing him to be further entangled and to lie down un der the other horse, the two being an al most inextricable mass. Some of the passengers on the street cars were swearing in seven different languages, while the two drivers were watching a fallen horse and a crowd of bystanders were betting he'd kick a hole in the sky before he went to work again. It took ten minutes to get that horse .untangled and five minutes more to har ness him up again, and then it took the street car drivers five minutes to get their mules waked up. Twenty minutes lost, and no telling how many men waiting for the street cars lost their religion, all on account of the driver of one wagon getting rattled , at the antics of a Texas pony. A good motto to paste in yonr hat is, "Keep cool, my son, and never let your self get rattled."—Atlanta Journal. A Weird Phenomenon. Capt. Carrie, of the British ship Way farer, which arrived in Oakland, Cal., a few days ago, 154 days from Antwerp, reports a weird phenomenon on the night of Nov. 13. The Wayfarer was then in 'latitude 53 deg. 30 min. south, longi tude 65 deg. 20 min. west. It had [been blowing several days, bnt with 'nightfall the air became perfectly calm and the sea as smooth as glass. Over head the sky was as black as ink from the dense masses of heavy clouds, and with the barometer at 38.50 a rain storm was looked for. The expected down pour did not occur, bnt instead the sea glowed with a phosphorescence beyond anything the oldest mariner had ever seen. ! The ship's surronnSings were lit up so that it was possible to read on deck. 'Nobody cared much for reading, how ever; the contrast between the light from the sea and the inky clonds was so grewsome that all hands could not help feeling that some unnatural catastrophe was about to occur. The crew were much relieved when a breeze dissipated the clouds, and the phosphorescence dis appeared at the same time.—San Fran cisco Examiner. An Infuriated Cow Among Children. An infuriated cow broke away from a .herd of cattle which was being driven Through Hospital street, Nantwich, to 'the Crewe abattoir, and ran into the Wesleyan school yard. The children were in the yard waiting for the opening of the school doors. The appearance of the animal caused a panic among the children, whom it attacked ferociously. A number of them were caught on its horns and tossed, while many others were trampled upon. The drovers and other men who had pursued the cow beat it out of the yard and it was event ually slaughtered. Forty-five children were more or less injured and had to be carried to their homes. Fifteen were seriously braised and cut, and their clothes tom to shreds. One little girl had her face lacerated, and was picked up in an unconscious condition.—Pall Mall Gazette. There Are Clant Oyster» la These Days. The Smith Brothers, of Oyster Point, had what some people concluded was the largest oyster in the state. It was caught a few days ago a short distance from the new lighthouse. It measured 114 inches long and 3 inches across at its widest part. Ellery Camp, proprietor of the store 141 Orange street, has an oyster shell that heats the Smith monster. It is 13 inches in length and 4 inches across its broadest part. He has had it five yeare. He picked it np in an oyster shop in Stony Creek. It was caught by the Stony Creek Oyster company off Flying Point It tapers in width from 4 inches to about 1 inch. How old this oyster shell is Mr. Camp could not state.—New Haven Reg ister. Colorado*» Pretty Reading Clerlt. Anna M. Kelly, of Denver, may be found today and hereafter nntil the close of the session occupying the desk of read ing clerk in the Colorado senate, to which office she has been chosen. The contest over the election of this official was sharp and interesting while in pregrel u ended in a victory for a womln. The right, of women are at least partially never before held by any other than a Btrong voiced man ia the history of 'Colorado senate».—Denver Republican. Although the late Duke of Bedford was cremated, when the bearers rawed the ooffin they found it m heavy as usu al, the duke haviog left instructions that a piece of lead should he put into his cof Bn with a statement of the cremation, in case, if the coffin were opened centuries hence, there should anse some suspicion concerning his death. M- i.v TZ Z l 7 . Neither the submerged chain system nor the endless rope syslfcm of canalboat haulage has proved satisfactory in Ger many, so that experiments are now being made in the use of heavy towing cars drawn by locomotives similar to those used in mine«. n, i « , , 1 . 1 tt j G Jr 1 i nRer ' who , la3 been Sleeted United States senator from New Hampshire, was a compositor on The Cincinnati Commercial Gazette twenty five years ago, and studied medicine in | She intervals of his labors at the j case. The results of the recent expedition to Greenland prove that north of 75 degs. the land is covered with a sheet of ice r),'H8l to 0,000 feet thick over the valloys. A Lin UMM i< The living chess tournament which was held at St Leonard's in aid of the fnnds of the Men's Help society was a curions sight the floor of Royal Concert hall being for the time converted into a huge chess board, while the gallery was reserved for spectators. The Hon. Regi nald Capell and Mr. Shadforth Boger were the players and were well matched, each side scoring a wiu. As yon watched the figures moving over the board yon felt as if yon were realizing the dream of Alice in her travels on the other side of the looking glasr, thongh the Tudor dresses were certainly more graceful than thoee worn by Alice's dream friends, and the White Queen did not seem to have lost a single pin, while her Red Ma jesty moved with a charming smile on her face. The pawns were played by children, and admirably they acted their parts, thongh it must have been dull for those who were never moved daring the game. Two ushers in court suits fetched the "pieces" that were taken, and when the White Queen was taken prisoner several other white captives came to escort Her Majesty off the board. Among the "pieces" were Lord and Lady Brassey as ; the Red King and Queen, the Hon. Muriel and the Hon. Marie Brassey as the Red King and Queen's Rooks, the Lady Beatrice Capell as the Red Queen's Bishop, and the Hon. T. Brassey as the Red King's Knight, while on the white tide Miss Forbes and Capt. Oaskell were the King and Queen, and Baron von Roemer the Queen's Knight.—London Cor. Philadelphia Telegraph. Mr. Kusler's Strangs Affliction. Mr. Jacob Kanzler, a well known bus iness man of Sandusky, is the victim of a most peculiar affliction which baf fles medical skill. Saturday night he retired at the usual hour in full posses sion of all his faculties. When he awoke he found he could not speak, his vocal organs refusing absolutely to perform their nsnal fonctions. Finding that he could not utter a word, he attempted to write what he conld not speak, but his hand refused to trace the words upon the paper. He moves about as usual, having per fect control over his lower limbs and likewise over his hands nntil he attempts to use the latter to give expression on paper to his thoughts, and then they fail him completely. His mind is as bright and clear apparently as ever. He under stands all that is going on about his home and place of business, but lacks the power to express himself in any manner. Mr. Kanzler is about 55 years of age and hale and hearty. His afflic tion is not paralysis or any kindred ail ment. Just what it is, however, is a poser to the medical men who have seen him. It is believed to be the only case ever known.—Cleveland Leader. Unwilling to Knt with the Juror». A good story is toffl on Deputy Marshal Conway, who is said to be proof against the fears of superstition. He was or dered to take a federal jnrv to the Deni son for tea Friday night, and as he went into the dining room with the twelve men he was conducted to a table that had been specially prepared for the party. The jurors were all seated, hut Mr. Con way remained standing. "Sit down, boss," said the head waiter, as he drew out the last chair. "I think HI take another table," said the deputy. "Sit right down, sah; sit right down." insisted the negro; "there's plenty of room." "Yes, but 1 can't he the thirteenth man at any meal," and Conway took another seat "Does yo' know, sah, I never thought of that?' asked the head waiter in a whisper; "I'd done exactly the same as yo' did."—Indianapolis Journal. A Typical Casa. A sad story has just come in by canal boat from Cumminsville. A patrolman on one of the outside heats was informed by the passengers on a railroad train that a fight was in progress on the opposite end of his beat. He made a hurried trip to the point indicated, and as soon as he arrived there he asked if any one had heard of a fight. The inhabitants in formed him that there had been a murder there some time before, but that the vic tim had been dead and buried several weeks. The officer then returned with all speed to the point from which he started. Terrible news awaited him. During his absence he had been dis missed from the force for failing to an swer calls, and his wife had married again.—Cincinnati Enquirer. ~ a . , f* . , . .. . " elerci ?> n * hl " p n< \ % '-"If fr °™ , Punt ? Arena ' Stralts Magellan. It domestication. Ten of the light tan pelts, with their white under fur making the outline, have been skillfully stitched together to resemble a pattern iu fur.— San Diego Union. Thomas W. Phillips, of Hew Castle, Pa., who has been elected to congress, O nco lost a fortune of nearly $1,000,000 that he had made in the oil fields of the Keystone State. He has since retrieved this lost fortune, and is again one of the richest of oil producers, _ The sale by Mrs. King, of Corpus Christi, the "cattle queen" of Texas, of 15,000 3-year-old steers, is probably the largest single order for cattle ever filled i n Texas. The consideration was *82,000. Mrs. King's ranch is worth $900,000. Edward Lennon, the Irishman who has ju»t died in New York at the age of 105 years, carried a pike in the great Irish rebellion of 1798. He had papers in his possession proving his birth in County perry. Ireland, in 1789. > | ■ - ' j The "ninnua" which fell from the sky in Asia Minor lust August and was talked into bread lias recently been examined by uitu of science, and is identified lichen, belaying to the family L.t-anora MBUhtnta. M « In almost every neighborhood there is some one or more persons whose lives have been saved by Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhœa Remedy, or who have been cured of chronic diarrhœa by it Such persons take special pleasure in reccommend ing it to others. The praise that follows the introduction and use makes it very popular. 25 and 50 cant bottles for sale by W- H. Behle & Son Druggists. NOTICE of THE PUBLIC SALE of the Lots in the Town-Site of Pocatello, Idaho. N otice It hereby given that at ten o'clock on the 13th day of July, 1891. the publia sale of the lots In the town-site of Pocatello, Idaho, will be begun at the door of the "Poca tello House" therein, and continued from day to day until all the lots and parcels In ssid town-site that are subject to sale at public outcry shall have been sold or offered for sale. Pocatello Is located in the Port Hall Indian Reservation, at the junction of the Ctah A Northern a Oregon Short Line Railways, and embraces in the aggregate into acres. The In dian title to this was extinguished, and the sale of the same in town lots authotiaed. by tha act of Congress Approved September 1st. 1838 «35 Slat, at Large. 153,) and so much there of as was available for town-site purposes has been surveyed aud platted Into auâ blocks, which are subdivided into 10,725 lots and par cels. The majority of these lots are 3U feet in width by a depth of 140 feet and contain an area of 4301) square feet. The sale wUI be conducted by the Register of the Blackfoot Land Office In Idaho, and all of said Lots and parcels will be offered singly to the highest bidder, for cash, except those lots purchased at private sale by the parties siding thereon at the date of the passage of the act above cited, but no bid of less than (10. will be received for any lot or parcel ; aud the purchaser of any lot or parcel at the pubUc sale, upon which valuable inprove ments had been placed prior to the date or ap proval of said act by a party who was then residing thereon, shall pay to such party a sum equal to the value of said improvements as determined by the appraisers appointed under the provisions of said act, such pay ment to be made and the receipt thereof ac knowledged by the owner of the improve ments, prior to the issuance of a certiffcate of f mrohase of the lot or parcel so occupied and mproved. ruU explanations will be made by the Regis ter. prior to offering the several lots and par cels for sale, as to the exact location of each, the shape, size and area of the same, anil whether there are any improvements thereon for which the purchaser of the lot will be re quired to pay. a ■ - W E THE undersigned hereby GIVE Hi n(.r«hi« < £Sl«lï r i nt f n . t h 0a t , ?îf pl5r r ,be S3S b MeÂfï«Âdi»Â£ï. , tK llÄlllu nôrth^ranïe « R MSlble to determine from the official map of iaho. The above section» are located about 11 mile» north eu»t of Beaver Canon »tation | on Utah A Northern railwar. In accordance with the act of March 3rd. 1891, and the inatructiona thereunder. ECCLE8, SPENCER A CO. DAVID STODDARD. Beaver Canon, Idaho, May 21»t, 1891. W. M. STONE. Acting Commissioner of the General Land Office. APPLICATION TO CUT TIMBER FROM PUBUC DOMAIN. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the un* deraifroed will apply to the Honorable Commissioner of the General Land Office for permission to cut growing timber from that part of unsurveyed public domain described as follows to wit : being situated in the south eastern part of the county of Oneida. State of Idaho, bounded on the north by what is known as Crooked Canyon« on the east by Logan Canyon, on the south by High Creek Canyou and on the west by the base of the mountains containing about two sections of land : For the purpose of supplying settlers in the vicin ity of said tract with building material to im prove their farms and homesteads. GEORGE TOÜLSON, P. CHRISTIANSEN, C. H. MONSOW. of May 30th, 1891. APPLICATION TO CUT TIMBER From Public Domain. I a as Notice for Publication. he in he Land Orriez at BLACkroor, Idaho. I May 20,1891. f given that the followlnff n tun cd settler has filed notice of hl» Intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that «aid proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at Blackfoot, on Mon day June 29, 1891, viz : Tbornas Wasley on Homestead Entry No. 1067, for the 8H BEU, Section 33, Township 3 South and Lota 1 and 2, Section 5, Township 3 South, Ran*e 36. He name» the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz : , Robert Mackey, Charles H. Wicks, John Hay ball, George Monroe. Notice is hereby Pcbrt J. Anson, Register Ballard's Horehoand Sjrap. We guarantee this to be the best Cough Syrup manufactnred in the whole wide world. This is saying a great deal, but it is true. For Con sumption, Coughs, Colds, Sore Tbioat, Sore Chest, Pheumonia, Bronchitis, Asthma. Croup, Whooping Cough, and all diseases of the Throat and Lungs we positively guarantee to be without any equal on the whole face of the globe. In support of this state ment we refer to every individual who has ever used it, and to every drug gist who has ever sold it. Such evi dence is indisputable. 8old by Behle A Son. " It Herman A. Mondschein, of mz I 1 f. 1 53 •V * mm i'.ri 105 his > Watchmaker & Jeweler. Does All Kinds of Repairing ALL WORK WORK WARRANTED. PRICES REASONABLE. Piopper Drug pto « Office in the re MONEY 5 LOAN ON IMPROVED LAND IN IDAHO. Apply personally or write to the Farmers' Mortgage Bank LINDSAY & 60MPANY, IDAHO FALLS. * * IDAHO BEANE & KUNKEL Agents at Blackfoot. C. Bntlng, Jr, C.W.Lpui, G.V.Wtüaee, C. BITING h C0„ BANKERS, Blackfoot, Idaho. TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS :o: MONEY TO LOAN On Approved Security. SUMMONS. In the District Court, Fifth Judicial District. State of Idaho, County of Brigham. } 88. WiLLiAM Burke, Plaintiff vs. The Soda Springs Land and Cattle Co. and Samuel K. Ham ilton, Summons. Defendants. J To Samuel K. Hamilton in the name of the State of Idaho: You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk ! of the District Court of the Fifth Judicial District of said State, iu the county of Bingham, the complaint of William Burke asking judgment against your company defendant, The Soda Springs Land and Cattle Co., for the sum of three hundred dollars with interest from July 1st 1890, and for the further sum of three hundred dollars with interest from January 1st 1890, and for three dollars with interest from January 1st 1890, and for three dollars with interest from January 1st 1891, due on coupons issued by sa : d company, and that so much of the personal property lie sold as may be necessary discribed in the mortgage deed of trust to Samuel K. Hamilton, all of which more fully j appears by complaint herein filed, j And that unless you appear and ans- j wer to said eomplaint within ten days j of the service thereof, if served with* 1 in Bingham county, and within twenty days if served out of said ; wunty but within said district, and ln f**Fty da> 8 if served out of said district, exclusive of the day of ser vice \ will he taken against you by default and plaintiff Will ap t.. ( i.„ f < __ t .1 _it . , r | P*J 10 Court for the relief deman I ded in plaintiff's complaint herein. In Testimony Whereof, I, M. Pat rie, Clerk of the said District Conrt, have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Court at Blackfoot Idaho, this 24th day of April, 1891. M. PATRIK, Clerk of the Dis trict Court. By Geo. F. Gagon, Deputy. Smith & Smith A Eden, Attorney's for Plaintiff. ! Î Seal The life of the flesh is the blood thereof;" pure blood means healthy functional activity and this bears witn it the certainty of quick restoration from sickness or accident. Dr. J. H. McLean's Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier gives pure rich blood, and vitalizes and strengthens the whole body. $1.00 per bottle. For sale by Behle A Son. NOTICE. Odd Fellows Cemetery is now in the hands of the Trustees of Golden Rule Lodge No. 24 aud all parties holding receipts for lots present them to L. W. West, and get a deed for the same. By order of Trustees R. J. Osborn, Y H. W. Curtis, C Trustees Geo. E. Hafer. ) All applications for lots must be pre sented to L. W. West, Financial Heo retarj', who has the plats in charge. A Winder Worker. Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man of Burlington, Ohio, states that he had been under the care of two prom inent physicians, used their treatment until be was not able to get curable. He wh, peraua'led U» tr, I>r. King'« New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds and at that time, was not able to walk across the street without resting. He found, before ! he had used half of a dollar liottle, ' that he was much better; he continued to use it and is to-day enjoying good health. If you have any Throat, Lung [ or Chest Trouble try it. We guarunti | satisfaction. Trial bottles free at Beide A Son's Drugstore. ' v y-t r THE PI0NÏR DRUGSTORE, Wm H BHLaEL, & BO. DRUGS AI) MEtCINES. ; Headlight Oil, B*ie, Turpentine, PainOils ;. ; Putty, Varnishes, as, Paint Brushes,diet ; tobaccos ; ; Articles, Stationeratent Medicine, Cat etc ;.. CIUARS, Best Alcohol \iie And Liquors for medical purposes, Ry Goods, Perfuil'ologne, Writing Inks. Physiciait'rescriptiouH au An il Y Re cipes carefully compoutl at all hours, d»r night Tansill's Punch 5 and 10 cent «re. fcjnSpecto a Specialty. tSfDr. Bohle's Office is the Pioneer Dntore BJKPOOT IDAHO ! : MAIN STREET, -*■ ■p -*■ KÄ lip 3 8WW Desert Iorad».--Notice of Intention to Make Freer. rolled Sûtes Land Office, Blackfoot, Idaho, I May 5th, 1801. f 1, Roaa Clendennen. of Blackfoot, Bingham County, Idaho, who made desert tion No. IHR, on the 18th day of April, 1 the fractional 8W 1 , Section 30, Townshl South, Bange 35 East, the SK« aud EV» Section 35, Township 3 SooUs, Range M B. M„ hereby give notice of my Intention to make flnai proof to establish my claim to the land above described Iwfore Register and Re ceived at Blackfoot. tdano, on Saturday, 13th day of June, Mil, and that 1 expected Ui prove that said land has been properly Irri gated aud reclaimed In the manner required by law, by two of the fullowtng witnesses : Isaae Ertcson. Eugene T. Rose, Thomas Clark. Oeorge Worden, all of Bingham county, HUM luiiU il Ku-I Pemht J. Anson, Heglatvr. ! j j j j Nollce „ hereby „ Ten th , t A t h Lund 1 of iiuckfout. Idaho, hau filed notice of S^ÄÄRSrX WntC ; 'ÄaNTiSSi • J 1? n MT , SL ,t H. ,a «m« Äio" ln« wltnmspa to prom the complet« irrigation Mm £d'wuu m r Johnson, all of BWbamaouMjr .Mete r hut ». annon, ' SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS. VfOTICE 1» hereby given AN School Truiteea of School District Num ber One of Bingham county, Idaho, will offer for sale under auction 30 or chapter 10 of the law» of Idaho, at Oxford, Idaho, on MONDAY, JUNE 39TH. 1891, the following coupon bond» of »aid school dl» Met, • li : Four coupon bond» of UU) each redeemable January lUth, 1896, bearing eight per centum annual lntcrrat payable aeml-imnually, Jan uary loth and July loth aa per coupon», by the county treaaurer. Four coupon Ixmda of tlx) each, rederma Me January loth. 1898, bearing eight per centum annual Intercut, payable January loth, and July loth of each year, a» per coupon», by the county treaaurer of Ulngbam county. Illack foot, Idaho. Said bouda wilt not be «old at Icaa than par valut, and the proceed» will be used solely for the building of a school house at Oxford. In said school district. that the Board of James Bovi.e, Trustee. Joh* W. lukza. Clerk of Board of Tru»tee» Desert Lands—Notice of Intention to Make Proof. Usines Laud Umci, BuAt-kroor. Idaho M arch 18th. 1801. The Palpit and the Stage. Rev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United Brethren Church, Blue Mound, Knn., says: -I feel it my duty to teil what wonders Dr. Kiug's New Discovery has done for me- My Lungs were badly diseased, and my parishioner» thought I could live only a few weeks. I took five bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery and am sound and well, gaining 26 lbs. in weight." Arthur Love, Manager Love's Fun ny Folks Combination, writes: "After a thorough trial and convincing evi dence, I am confident Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, beats 'em all, and cures when everything else fails. The greatest kindness I can do ray many thousand friends is to urge them to try it Free trial »Kit tles at W. H. Behle A Son's Drag Store. Regular sizes 50c. and $1.00. A Great Liver Medicine. Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver PHI are a sure cure for sick headache, hil ioua complains, dyspepsia, indiges tion, costiveness, torpid liver, etc. These pills insure perfect digestion, correct the liver aud enrich the blood and make the skin clear. They also produce a good appetite, and invigor ate and strengthen the entire system by their tonic action. 8old at 25 cents a box by Behlo A Son. The most delecate constitution safely use Dr. J. II. McLean's Tar Wine Lung Balm; it is a sure remedy for coughs, loss of voice, and all throat and luug diseases. 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Lear»» tllacl y at » a. in. for Uta HI« Lo»t River Ml« um, Utialli«, lUmaiua, nayum. Uu«tc tnaand Hay Horn. Pasænveri » il in flr»l claM coach««, driven liy cat | esprrictwed driver». Eatln* Honte« In« are iinwirpaaeed Accommodant 1 who are ready at at, timet to (urnli • with full inftonnatkm reffartlln*U)wr and xurnnindin* ootin try. For furtt nation apply to FRED VtKII nt atBlackfoot. Idaho T uT ONE. The Cliicaiwaukee A Si. Paul Railway U G line running solid Vestibül«!, ric Lighted and Steam Hentcis between Chicago. Milwaukee, III and Minneapolis. The Chicalwaukee A 8t. Paul Railway is t» line running Solid Vestibulcd, trie Lighted and Steam Heatda between Chicago, Council Bin Omaha. The bertlpg lamp feature ia the Piillniaijing Cara run on these lines iited, and cannot bo used by nnj| Railway Company. It is the gmirovement of tha nRc. Try fee convinced. For fnrtlMculars apply to tha nearest col :ket agent, or ad dress J. wi Trav. 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