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J. W. R DR N, LAWYRR, Idaho. Blackfoot, Will practice in ail the State and Uni ted Butes Courts. LAWYERS, KAPP & BEALE, BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. HAWLEY# REEVES attorneys, Blackfoot, Idaho. Will preeuce la all the courts of tbs Butte. 8. €. WINTEB8, Attorney at Raw, EAGLE ROCK, IDAHO. Notary Public in the office. T. M. STEWART, Attorney at Law, BLASKFOOT. IDAHO buMtN r,>rni.h~t ,m «11 mna. ef «ort «UsansÂ^SÎ e* 4 niM >m «Her« tea Ice. OrVtCE— MM WMhln«t»a A »cou». E. P. Bligkensderfek Attorney at Raw, ItXATELLO, IDAHO. Wttl Practice la all «be CfaurU of Ute Stele. Jos. A. ClaeK, fiarvsjsr aa4 CM! Eagtarer. ilMl Deputy CWrk of iM IVnnt, InnMcUni IDAHO. ■AO 1.1 MOCK •VONa* upra for tmeUMM *wy d»y DENTISTRY E. PATTERSOR MAYS, D. 0. S. POCATELLO, IDAHO. •I» •»* rvrf.wn» «II oprrtlkMW pcrtalnl*« la the art of DnlllUf. liar - * Prow« of A«miV«S for »ink*» .itodkin Tnou awdmaw. Onuv-owi Uw I dab» Dru« IN«». J H BEAN, Assistant SraoEON U. P. RAitwAt. EAGLE RtKK, IDAHO. tVTVIaWissbMr coanusWalloti* prompt!? Wm.H. behlb. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ■LACIcrooT. IDAHO. Call* at EmpoulMa partim attand«! la dar •r ni«hi a w. paris, C. A TCSH, TUSH & FJUU8. CIVIL EI6IMEERS AMD SURVEYORS, OGDEN, I UTAH. t J. E. SMITH, Attorneu at L.aw, EAGLE ROCK. IDAHO. DTMtioM ln Ul« Rut* and V. R. Court* A Hare Care fsr Pile*. Itching Files are known by mois ture like perspiration, causing intense itching when warm. This form as wall sa Blind, Bleeding and protrud log, yield Pil* Remedy, which acts directly on tbe Darts affects a permanent cure, 60c. Druggists or mail; treatise free. Dr. Bosanko, Piqua, 0. Sold by Heble A 8on. at once to Dr. Boeanko'a 0ZMANLIS ORIENTAL SEXUAL PILLS Imhmm!' iH/'Sttrôn Lott at Homa n . A*. DM Hur kiln'» Arnira .So I tv. The neet Salve In the world for Uuta, Bruise«, Sores, Ulcere, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped (lands, Chilblain» Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded, Price 25 »amts per box. For sale by Behle A Son. T Dm# fortins* bass be*» mad**« wore Aw HR, be Amis I Vf*, A £*■•*, and J««. Enfin, Tailed*, OW«. . «HB*« s»w doing «swell Why **>*»• •emretnstffllM.M« AiMfc. Ton dn lb* wwHl !!*• K**n !>• wsse?sar IMHuf» a- «■»,, THE LOCAL SWIM. Sali Lake City observed Decoration Day in a moat buflttiug la Uiia a year when fall time fol lowed Spring instead of Summer, Bay Horse mines are to be opened up again with a full force. Summer time Las come but not summer weather. One accession to the M. E. Church last Sunday, Miss Clara ilouck. m Washington County has eight)Local Farmers' Alliances and these have been organized into a County Allianoe. Rev, O. C. Stull is attending the Methodist Missionary Conference at Ogden. Travel on the'railroads seems to be the increase. Everybody is going somewhere. Hon. F. C. Ramsey has sold the Cassia County Times to Dr. W. E. Lind ley who ascends the editorial tripod. May the Times like mellow wine improve with age. The Farmers' Alliance men of La tah County are debating the question of voting the Third Party ticket The question will be decided in County Convention. The Commercial Union of New York and Chicago of May 28th., pays its left-handed respects to the Idaho Falls Town Company at no. 39-42 Bank block, Denver Colorado. Senator Fred T. Dubois recently favored Tnt News with some yaluabis Public Documents, valuable in any office ss books of reference, for which be has our thanks. manner. on A very pleasant party assembled at the residence ot Thomas Sparks K»q , American Falls, to witnes* the marriage ceremony of Mias A. Coffey to B r Imtay, Thursday May 28th, st 8:30 p. m , the last guest having arrived, the bridal party entered the pleasant parlor and were made one by Rev. Stoll. Immediately after the ceremony an elegant repast prepared by the charming hewtea» was partait en of by tbe corn pan v.. Miss Mary Gallagher acted as bridesmaid, bride and bridesmaid were charming ly array ed in costume« forwarded by appreciative friends in Louisville, Kentucky. Altogether it was one of ths pleasantest affairs that has been witnessed in this county. Long life 4 m '< h »PP ioeM U»*b»ppy pair Fred J. Taylor of Missoula Mon tana came down to attend the fanerai of hi* mother, the late Elizabeth Tay lor, who died at the residence of ber son in-law Ed Criswell Saturday May 30th. When the Ogden train pulled out of Pocatello last Thursday morning a young dudish Ananias recited to s bevy of ladies on the tram a brief history of Pocatello as gotten up by himself. Among other things he said- it is the hardest place on tbe continent, two men were killed in s dance bouse and dive last night, and murder ia as common there as sage brush on the plains. WeMlat at America Palls. Tl... A Card sf Thank*. To the citizens of Blackfoot from the family of our beloved mother Mrs. E. Taylor: We sincerely tender you our heartfelt thanks for the kiodneas you have shown us in this our greatest bereavement, for we consider tbe word mother the greatest word in our language, and therefore in our great eet need ot sympathy we all wish to acknowledge the kindness of tbe friends who have assisted us during this trial, notably : Madame« F. W. Beane, W. C. Johnson, J. F. Brown, and Fred Vogler. There are so many others that it would be impossible to enumerate although we thankfully subscribe ourselves your servants in a same cause. Ed CrESHWELL AND FaMU,T. At. Cress we i.i, and Family. Fred, Lou a Lizzie Taylor. From rames. Camas, Idaho, May 26th 1891 — Editor New« :—The surprise party given at the residence of Mrs. A. Robert« was the most social event of the season. The company participated in social games and dancing until ihn hours of morning. The following woo arc some of the costumes worn by the ladles in attendance : Mrs. Rea was lovely in black silk and heliotrope. Mrs. Meyers, white mull. Miss Hendrix, mull. Miss Adams wore an elegant black silk adorned with Jewel trimming. Mrs. VanNoy, green satin. Mrs. Holloway, blue silk. Miss Della Smith was attired in an evening fabric, lieatifully combined with lavender. The hostess was charming in an evening house dress. Among the gentlemen present were: K. A. Pyke, II. Brooke, J. Williams, J. Hollawav, S. VanNoy, J. Meyers, O. P. Smith. Ch*«, Johnson, f. Rea anr) J Rusk. St. Mary's Prize Concert In Which Its Ysang Ladles were Prise Winners of Msnnds ef Applause from a I'rswM Audience. A Magnificent Entertainment ef which Hält Lake City and the Friends and Patrons of the Inst! la Usa Will Lsag Be Prend. The young ladies of BL Mary's Academy, Balt Lake City, won Innum erable prizes of praise at their Prize Concert, Thursday evening, Mav 28th, given in honor of the opening of the new hall and chapel of that institu tion. A magnificent audience greeted them, and they, in turn, treated the audience to a magnificent entertain ment. The stage and auditorium of the hall with iU snowy walls were, beau tiful in their artistic decorations and these displsyed in the soft and mellow IlghU satisfied each visitor, at a single glance, that a feast had been prepared for the eye aa well aa for the ear and the soul. At 7:30 the large doors on either side of the stage swung open and there came to view as lovely bevy of human faces aa the eye ia ever pleased to look upon. The programme which had been selected with the greatest care and given a pleasing variety from the choioeat pieces of classic author* to '-the songs," of pathos, "my mother sung" wss suc cessfully rendered, in every particular, from the opening to the closing over ture. J The parta of the Juniors and Min ims in the Minuet and the Tambourine Drill and Cborua, as a lady expressed U, "wa# too charmingly cute for any thing." There was not a faulty piece on the entire programme and not a break at the instrument« nor a bubble in the graceful movements on the ■tage. The wonder is-how could the painstaking Suters train to auch per fection. St Mary's is blessed with some gifted musical talent among its young ladies and wee tot« of the Minims whose music is not confined to a single instrument, notably among these is Miss Alice Cronin who can change from a piano to harp, guitar, mandolin or violin with the rapidily of a mocking bird in iU changing trills but perfectly musical notes. Little Lulu Meister, of the Minims, is a little musical prodigy in ber way being at ease at the piano, guitar or J harp in the rendition of most difficult selection*. Misses Bruneau, Edwards, j Fierce, Folsom and others deserve : special mention but a column of a newspaper u too abort wherein to sward them Justice. Salt Lake City has much to be proud of and much to bosst of in advertising its advantages and attractions to the outside world and foremost of these is its «duca tioual advantage« offered by the ex cellent ncbool of the Sisters, St. Mary's. Tbe régulai commencement exer cises will take place about the 25th of tbe present month when tbe public will be treated to a literary as well as a musical feast, and tbe young ladies will then be sent to tbeir homes for vacation, taking with them evidences of thorough training and the best of care of health and happinesa. The Sisters of SL Maiy'a, in their quiet seclusion, may never hear of the ben edictions and praises bestowed upon them for the grand work they are do ing. but the public is continually giv ing utterances to them as quietly and gently aa fall tbe evening dews D. D. Wright returned from the Devils, we mean Seven Devils, Thurs day morning, and continued bis Jour ney to Ogden. Dave says there are many lietter place* than Seven Devils and few better place* than Blackfoot Complete line of the standard makes of corsets at Mrs. A. E. Barnhart's Preasmeed Hspeless, Yet Saved. From a letter written by Mrs. Ada K. Hurd of Groton, S, D., we quote: "Was taken with a bad cold, which settled on my Lungs, cough set in and finally terminated in Consumption. Four doctors gave me up saying could live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Saviour, determined if 1 could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was advised to get Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. I gave it r trial, took in all eignt bot tles: it has cured me and thank God I am now a well and hearty woman." Trial bottles free at W. H. Behle A Son's Drugstore, regular size, 50c. and 11.00 I Aa Estray. Came to my »Utile« In the town of Black rooi In tl e month of February l«*t one ro»n oow bminicd c on un ihuh; no e«r mark». The owner will c«lt. p»)' eipenne« »nil use her »w»jr or »he will be soMss the l«w direct*. Jm.k banistt. H- M. Miller, Agent Rlaok foo t, niaoafaot, Idaho, May 11th, im. THE COMING LINE. Tbe Chicago. Union Pacific A North Western Line offers the best accommo dations to the traveling publie en routo to Chicago. Through trains, fast time, magnificent sleeping care, elegant dining care, colonist sleepers, reclining chair care and handsome day conches. R- h. hopRins, -DEAL» in— Lumber,'Wood,Coai, Lime Also all kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL, SEED8 Grain And Mill-Stuff. Sell* st all Tlmos at lowest Market Friges. Blackfoot. Idaho. J I Rul, W. $ Reid, 6.1. Reel. X fi. READ & BROS., Manufacturer* of and Dealers la Saddles, Bridles, Harness, Double and Single Buggy Harness. Leather and Saddlery Hardware, WHIPS. BLANKETS, ETC., ETC. Stock Saddles a Specialty Agvuu tor J. K Hill * Concord Harness. 2448 WisMiftM Amu. OGDEN, : : : UTAH. J ^OOtS ww '*'•'**-** w '-* r - r j : ST. MAfiY'S ACADEMY, For Young Ladies, Conducted by the Sisters of the Holy Cross. Lake, Utah. Tbe Second Session for Boarders begins Monday, Februarv 2nd. tyPor Catalogue, address aa above. ASHBY BROS. Wholesale and Retail —AND— SbMMkir't TmU, Lutter u 4 FMiap Mail Orders Promptly Filled. MANt-PACTOKT: north main street, OGDEN UTAH Headquarters For s: DS Finest Stock, Best Quality Prices Reasonable. DRIVER A TAYLOR, Successors to Bailet A Son. SALT LAKE CITY. CARL J. CANNON, Merchant Tailor, POCATELLO, IDAHO. A complete assortment of fine Cloths, Suitings, etc., constantly on hand A first class line of Fall and Winter goods on hand. Good workmanship and perfect Fit guaranteed. All orders from abroad will be promptly attended to. White House, Salt Lake City. Location unsurpassed, being in proxi mity to leading wholesale and retail houses and places of interest Pullman Car and Union Ticket offices in the hotel. N. 1. MALL, PROPRIETOR. A Halb Ibtss tatest. t i 1* one which guaranteed to bring vou natisfactnrv results f.r in case of result«, or in case oi failure a return of purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy from our advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption. It is guaranteed to bring relief in every case, when used for any affection of Throat. Lungs or Chest, such as Consumption, Inflam mation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste, per fectly safe, and can always lie drpend ed upon. Trial bottles free at W. H, t, Beh|e A Son's Drugstore, GOOD RANCHES AND VALUABLE TOWN LOTS AT LOWEST PRICES. Will never be as Cheap as it is to-day. Town Property is Advancing and Prices will go High Up at opening of the Spring. Now is tbe Opportunity Of a Life Time To get a Bargain. DO YOU WANT 1 No. I Improved Rauche, GOOD DWELLING HOUSE, Bam, Outbuildings, Orchard, Water-right, Etc. Close to Town. We have just the thing you want. Do you want improved or unimproved town lots. We have them. LOOK AT THESE GREAT BARGAINS : ÎW mr -NIK* One Improved Ranche, 160 acres, inclosed by good wire fence, horses, cattle, farming imple ments, machinery, 90 tons of hay, etc. Every thing necessary to continue the business. This ranch is near the town of Blackfoot One unimproved ranch 320 acres, partly in closed, good water right and convenient to town. One ranch of 160 acres, all inclosed, 20 acres under cultivation. Best bargain in the county. Parties wanting to buy and parties in town or in the country wanting to sell are invited to call in person or write The Idaho News, Blackfoot, Idaho.