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\ lie never stops to put on IU hat. Fvery preparation will be oomplet big time on the 4th of July. Boise City has more than twenty attorneys. Montpelier now basa bank; it open ed for business last week. judge Morgan came over from Boise City first of the week. Collections Children's Day, ninoauted to $71.25. A large fruit crop is reported at Payette this season. The Fort Hall Indian school will close Saturday 27th of June. Banker C. Bunting was in Ogden tbe first of the week. Thomas Bros, tailoring establish ment at Eagle Rock was broken into and robbed last week. As the time for the sale of lots at Pocatello approaches the less excite ment prevails. An application to enter a baby at the Big Show from a party 50 mile« awsv came in yesterday. Our publisher and mother are spend ing s few days of the week in Zion sod tbe Junction City. Attorney W H. Baridge, about tbe 1st of July, will move from Pocatello to Boise City. It may take many days to clear np the court docket, but Judge Standrud acem* enlisted for the summer, if it be not done before. Mr B 8- Holbrook has gone to Sods Springs for the watering season. He may be found at the desk of the Idaobs hotel. A. ed an td for a at tbe M. E. Church, • Mus Agne« Ludvtgaon, of Rock Springs, who has l»eeo a guest of 5Irs Csofgr Hammond for several weeks left for borne Monday via Ogden and Salt Lake Es sheriff Bi'U Woodin ha. re- 1 tarn«! from Kairbaven on the Sound, : sad looks as natural about the court , , _ ,. ., __ . . ■Lake Orr sold bin crop of wool ÄT ÏÎÜÏT1Ï ^ eign pities, and the best of it all at «(»factory price*. Ogden will push work on the Metho dist university Iu enterprising citizens •ill not allow it to tie moved to Salt lake nor Balt Lake to call it "a bole la the ground." Lazy Joe says its all right that the comim!tee no axim to make big talk 4th of July, but the committee no good if it kai ax'im to big eat m; and adds, in tbe talk of Mr Planagin (bats wbat I'm here for. mom as he did a year ago. A little school hoy writing bi» finit composition on Rabbits said Every rabbit bas four legs and one anecdote But wbat is the anecdote? asked the taacber. Why, said the little boy, kls short funny tali. Madame» Reeves and Birtban are wrweding admirably In their solici tations for funds to build a new ball and lodge rooms The first afternoon out they received subscriptions for over $300. Dr J. W. Givens has returned from * pleasant visit of a few dava to Port land, Oregon He is now pushing »ork on the new asylum building and •III probably be able to move his female patients to better quarters therein with the next ton daya. Mrs Givens and children will re tarn within a few weeks The old time "perfesh" Jurors snd witne»*es who were at evert court aa regularly sa spring time and harvest <*me have business at home in tbeac latter day», and the chairs that creak ™ "oder them in tbe wart room Freske snd groan from the same losd* no more. The State of Washington last week «nt # big tree to the World s Fair. Iu length was 110 feet 3 Inches; di «netor 6 feet 2 inches at one end and 4 feet :| inches at the other; weight «4,700 pounds and the freight thereon •a* $389.57. It occupied 3 cars In trsn«portation. The North Idaho Star, published at Moscow, has changed hands and • ranged iu |x>litlc«. Bnilaine and Micro who ran it a few months ns a «"publican organ sold out to the Star Fablithing Co. and the company turns . , twinkling light back again on the "right flower beds of Democracy. Ijong von twinkle, twlnklo Httl'e Star. The case of the State of Idaho vs. Lh«rlos M. Phelpa for killing Heber West in the notorious dive "555" at / K5 *** bo ls»t November was tried in "district court Friday and Saturday iMt week. Hon. James H. Hawley appeared for the defence and District Attorneys Winters and Hon. H W. broith for the prosecution. ordor of the supremo court for T* turning over the salary of ex •ttff to Dick Chamberlain has been ®Ma and Mr. Chamberlain will get i" two years aalarv on application. *ood «»toroeya make plain to sav Woodin can make, his salary from county too--that he did the work the county 19 bourn! to pay (lira Wind and cold are an ill-watched pair for vegetable« and fruita this «uminer, but we bave both with of the the m., us. Base Ball Club. The Btaekfoot Base Ball Club orgauized June 20th with H. M. Miller President, W. H. Htufflcbeam Beere tary, R. T. Morgan Treasurer, Mr. French Captain. R. T. Morgan, K A. Burrell and Walter Patrie appoint ed a soliciting committee to obtain funds to assist the club in purchasing an outfit. Of course our generous and liberal people will give tbe club every encouragement. wai tion. Hailruad Accident. The first accident on tbe Great Wes tern, Hopkins' brauch of the U. A N. Ky., happened Monday evening in which Little lister Sill was the only Injured party. While a number of boys were playing passenger train crew with a hand car little Lester's foot was caught uuder the wheels • hen the car was in motion at a speed of 10 feet an hour and painfully flat tened. He was borne borne and sooth ing applications and poultices were applied for his relief aud he will soon be able to join tbe crew again. tbe ol cle lie's ten cle ary by the of "A of The Fear! Ualherers. The M. E Church. Sunday evening, was taxed to overflowing by the large audience collected to witness the en tertainment of The Pearl Gatherers by tbe Suuday school according to programme prepared for Children's Day for all the Sabbath schools in tbe denominational connection. Black foot always gives its children a cordial greeting on entertainment days but a larger audience never assembled at the church for any occasion. The programme as published in full in The News of last week was carried out without a bleak and without a unit, ami if The Pearl Gatherers failed to aatisfy ail expectations it 1 of the church and aUg«. simply that : •»* noU,io K »ore The floral decora ti,m * good, the music was pleas ing and the concurrent expressions that greet us on every band are : It WM ^ ,, a of wlikb rtSiMÜ UN pastor and the „ ^ ^ * r tis at was because of the crowded condition Special line of Corsets at 50 cents at Mr* Barnhart's. To Ike I »din of Btaekfoot. I take pleasure in wring to von that ! have Just secured the services , of • First Class Dressmaker f.om Kansas Cite. She is now with me and is ready to'take order». Soliciting a share of your patronage, 1 am. Respectfully Mrs. H. Garlitz. Idaho House. Blackfoot. Onty Forty Dollars to Pueblo and return to those wishing to attend the open ing of tbe Colorado Miners! l'alsce at Pueblo. July 4th. the Union Pacific will sell tickets at one fare for round trip on July 1st and 2d. Ticket# are good to return until and including July 20th. For thumatism snd neuralgic pain«, rub in Dr. J. H. McLean « Volcanic Oil Liniment, anti tak Dr. J. H. Mc Lean's Sarsaparilla. You will not suffer long, but will be gratified with a speedy and effective cure. For sale by Behle A Son. aa In .indication to Cut Timber. Notice is hereby given that the un dersignetl will make application to the Honorable Secretary of the Interior for the privilege of cutting timber (or agricultural, domestic snd mercantile purposes, on the unsurveyed lands in Eight Mile Canon, Bear Lake county, Idaho, said track is supposed to con tain about 500 acres and is situated about 14 miles south east of Soda Sprioiis. Soda Springs, Idaho, June 12,1891 Williams A Watson. The most delecato constitution can Dr. J. H. Medan's Tar at a the vs. at in W. safely nac Wine Lung Balm; it is a sure remedy for coughs, loss of voice, and all throat and lung diseases. For sale by Behle A Son. In utmost every neighborhood there whose is some one or more persons lives have been saved by Chamber lain'« Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, or who have been cured of chronic diarrhn»» by it Such persons take spi'cial pleasure in reocommond Ing It to others. The praise that follows tbo introduction and use makes it very popular. 25 and 50 iNittlea for sale by W- H. Behle cant A Son Druggists. The life of the flesh Is the blood thereof;" puni b|o<Ki means henlthy functional activity and this bears witn It, t he certainty of quick restoration from siekness or accident Dr. J. IU McLean s Strengthening Cordial and rich blood. for ex been get sav Blood Purifier gives pure from snd vitalises and strengthen» the work whole body. $1 00 per botUc, l or (lira sale >*' Beide A ^0». T Hoard of Pluirmacy, The annunl meeting of the Board of Pharmacy in and for Bingham oounty, will lie held at the office of the Secretary in Blaekfool, Tuesday, the 14th day of July, at 2 o'clock p. m., at which time all applicants for renewal of certificates and for new fust day certificates must make tbeir applica tion. By order of tbe Bourd. J. H. Beak, Pres. Wn. H. Beule, Sec y. Black foot. June 19th, 1891. of sell a it a Frank Leslie's Popular Moathiy VOR JULY. Some very interesting recollections of tbe Empress Eugenie and the Court ol Tuileries comprise the leading arti cle in the July number of Frank Les lie's Popular Monthly. It was writ ten especially for tins magazine by Mme. Carette, nee Bouvet, author of "Souvenirs de la Cour dus Tuileries," "Madame Campau," etc., and trans lated by Mrs. Frauk Leslie. Tbe arti cle is charmingly written, and is ac companied by many fine illustrations, including a new portrait of tbe Em press. This number of the magazine also contains the following illustrated articles: "Some Distinguished Liter ary Women of America,'' by Mrs. Van Ktteu Mack, "On a Chilian Hrcienda," by J. 8. Whitman; "A Summer Among the Icebergs"; "Pleasures and Pains of Golf; "An Old Mexican Sport"; "A Ferrara Pilgrimage,"by Herbert Pierson, and -The National Storehouse of wealth. sell a Nelly Hart Woodworth contributes another of her delightful bird papers, and William Klerop Cur tis gives a good explanation of Sec retary Blaiue's Reciprocity policy. A new installment of tbe serial "John Maggs, Barbarian," by Scott Camp bell, is given; and there are five inter esting short stories. Mr. J. B Boswell, one of the best knowo citizens of Brownwood, Texas, contributes the following item as his personal experience "After having suffered from diarrbr^s for some time and having tried different medicines with no good results. I tried a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aud Di arrhoea Remedy, which relieved me at once, and I recommend it to ail who may tie suffering from this trouble some complaint" For aale by W. II. Behle A Son, Druggists. Mr. L. M. Martin. Superintendent \ ^ uU - IX> * * oiw * "«» , Northern R- R - »•>*: "On my return frou * k "** nr ,r *P ^ wherfe ** *?«•• was very impure, was attacked a W,U * » vlolent c «* e of tbolera morbus Having heard a great deal of Cham berlam'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, I concluded to try it, and with the most beneficial sosulta." No household should be without a bottle of this remedy. For sale by W. H Behic A Son, Druggists. at are The Pulpit and the Stage. Rev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United Brethren Church, Blue Mound. Kan. says: "I feel it my duty to toil what wonders Dr. King's New Discovery bss done for me- My Lungs were Imdly diseased, and my parishioners thought I could live only s few weeks. 1 took five bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery and am sound and well, gaining 20 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 ail. ami cures when everything else fails. The greatest kindness I can do my many thousand friends is to uigo them to try it Free trial bot tles at \V. H. Behle A Son's Drug Store. Regular sizes 50c. and $1.00, failed. Timen who have been crip pies for years have ««*(1 Ballard'« j, ,,'. . Snow Liniment. and thrown away their crutches anti been able to walk as weil not un the (or in Pneumonia and Bronchitis carry off One Third or the Human Race. It is not generally known that Pneu monia and Bronchitis carry of one third of the human race, but such are the facts, and what is more surprising, both of the above disease* result from neglecting a common ordinary Cold. A Cough should never be neglected. If it is, every time you catch cold you cough harder, and it sticks to you ion ger. Ballard's Horehound Syrup is the liest remedy in the world for Pneumonia, Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung troubles. If you have auy Throat trouble, call for Ballard' Ilore hound Syrup and take no other W. H. Bch le A Son Agents. can Tar of that use 50 Ballard'« Snow Liniment. This invaluable is one that ought to be in every household. It will cure your Uheurontism, Neuralgia, Sprains, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Frosted Feet and Kars Sore Throat, and Sore Chest. If you have Lame Back it will cure it. Itpenetrates to the sent of the disease. It will cure Stiff Joints and contractor! muscles after all oilier remedies have witn IU and the or It will out« von. Price 50 W. IJ. Hehle A ÿuii Agents. it* i»vor. ivnt>. TUKOOMIXU LINK. The Chicago. Union Pacific & North Western Line otters the bent nccommo dations to tlie traveling public en route to Chicago. Through trains, fust time, magnificent sleeping cars, elegant dining cars, colonist sleepers, reclining chair cars and handsome day coaches. H. M. Miller, Agent. Btaekfoot 8HEKP FOB MALE. Tbe undersigneu will as soon as he shears have a crop of wool and a flock of sheep for sale, about 2200 sheep besides 1200 or 1500 lambs. Will sell all, also a fine stock ranch having a nice stream of water running through it that never freezes, in the midst of a fine stock range. Or will sell a por tion of the sheep and keep the bal ance. Fine wooled and fine shearers. SAMPLE ORR. Riackfoot, Idaho. 4TH OF JCLY RATES. As usual the UNION PACIFIC will sell tickets from alt stations to neigh boring cities at one fare for the round trip. Call or write to me for partie ll. M. Miller. Agent U. P. System. ulam. Blackfoot. June 15th Life will acquire new zest, and cheerfulness return, if you will impel your liver and kidneys to the per formance of their functions Dr. J. H. McLean s Liver and Kidney Balm will stimulate them to healthful ac tion. $1.00 per bottle. For sale by Behle A Sou. A L C. X. E. A. OF U. 8. stands for International Convention National Educational Association ot the United States which will meet at Toronto, Canada. July 14tb to 17th. For this occasion the UNION PACIF IC will sell tickets from ail Coupon Stations to Toronto at one fare for the round trip. Pius$2.00 membership tee. See that your tickets read via the Talon Parlfic. Call on write to me for particulars. H. M. Miller, Agent U. P. System. his of Di me ail II. Blackfoot, June 15tb. Y. P. 8. C. E. AT MINNEAPOLIS. Sec that y war tickets read via the Union Pacific. To those desiring to visit Minne apolis, Minn., during the meeting of the Young People's Society of Chris tian Endeavor, July 9th to 12th, the Union Pacific will sell tickets to Min neapolis from all coupon stations at one fare for the round trip. Call on or write to me for particular. H. M. Miller, Agent U. P. System. "«» ** and No H Blackfoot, June 13tli. Proposals lor Bids for ÎS. were New well, Fun evi New I is bot Drug Rid« will be received bv tbe Board of Direc tor« until July l&th. lrtu. for furnishing the Idaho Insane Asylum, tbe fotiowtns named article* : PROVISIONS. 10,(00 I be. Flour. Give brand. SU) *• Graham Flour. 900 ** Germade. XU '• oat Flake. «,000 *• Brand and Short » mixed. 100 " Buckwheat Flour. 1.«I0 " Sugar. Granulated. lot) " Sugar. Extra C. 10 , 0(1 •• Freah Beef, equal parta hind and fore quarter to be delivered by the quarter. «00 •• Freah Mutton tobe delivered the caroaaa. l.WQ " No. 1. Freah Butter. «0 lbs. to delivered per week. S00 " Ham. 90S " Lard. 100 " t\*d Flab. *W " Mackerel. «M " Beans, white navy. 4S0 " tXiBce, green. ITS " Tea. 10 " Chocolate. 900 " Rice. S *• Ground Ginger. >• White Mustard Seed, unground " Maee. Î& " Macaroni. SI! " Tapioca. 10 " Black Pepper, unground. «no •• Liverpool Salt, no " Cheese, full cream. 100 " Soda Cracker*. 100 " Sweet t racker». gal*. Syrup In 4 gallon keg*. ll>*. Comb Honey. 190 gala. Apple Cider Vinegar. ISOlba. ltalalna. 1* gal*. Maple Syrup. 10 do*. Can* Oyster*. •• Corn. « '* •• Pie 1 Vache* V* gal. can*. S qt*. Lemon Kxt. 1 do*. PurkecK Salad Ill-wing. < " Snvder* Tontabi Catsup. * " Plcalllllc* Royal Brand. " Plug Tobacco. " Smoking Tobacco. CLOTHING. S do*. Men'» A rile Overshoot cap*. Wool Hats. Overalls. 4 " " Heavy Leather Slipper*. 2 •• Women's Heavy leather Slipper». •• Men's Kid Hoot*. ** •• Gloves, Imlian. yds. Heavy ShlrUt>g. _ " Canton Flannel. 100 " Woolen lire*» Good*. •• Strong Heavy Gingham. " Unbleached Muslin 0-4. Ï00 " Bleached Muslin 4-4. 100 " sheeting Bleached «-4 4 dog. Women's Hose Woolen. 4 " Cotton Handkerchelf*. 10 " Men * Woolen Sock*. « •• •• Suspender*. |0o yd*. Woolen Coat ami Pant* Cloth, do*. Coats Thread. 9 " Ltnln Thread, Ft'BL. 130,000 Iha. Coal Kook Springs, lump. Full description or samples when practicable will accompany each bid, and preference will be given bidders who furnish samples. Accepted sample* will bo kept and paid for, non-aocoptod returned at bidder* expense. Bidder* are requested to make their price* for goods delivered at K. K. depot In Btaokrool freight prepaid, when railroad transportation crip- I* nmw»*»ry. Otherwise to be delivered at the Bid* must be In MaM envelope*, marked "Bid* for Supplies and addressed to Idaho their i i n **„c Aayium- niacttrmu. Idaho weil i reM ' rvw t,H ' r " tht *" ***** *° by be :■ One one are from Cold. you ion is for auy Ilore H. V s •• t •• 2 i I 100 im : - («I ought cure and If it. have «0 50 Hv ardor of the Thmrd. W. Ç. HU B. Idi j GOOD RANCHES AM) 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 the Opportunity Of a Life Time To get a Bargain. DO YOU WANT Â No. I Improved Ranch« 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. of at on * the and by will for, price* the marked Idaho *° y by be LOOK AT THESE GREAT BARGAINS : Hr One Improved Rauche, 160 acres, inclosed by good wire fence, horses, cattle, fanning 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 much 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. j Blackfoot. Idaho.