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THE IDAHO NEWS.
Entered at the postoffioe at Blackfoot, Idaho, for tmns mission as second class mail matter BLACKFOOT, ID»\HO. JUNE 27, 1801. A north Idaho newspaper man pro poses to nominate Çtate Senator Wells for.Congress wext year. We trust that no opposition to Judge Sweet's le nomioatiou has grown out of the fabt that Jie wrote to Featherstone. Senator Ccllom, of Illinois, dares the Republican party to lay the presi dential nomination on his shouldeis, You bet I wont throw it and adds : off, and if,it's going,to be a free-for all fight you ipay count me in." It must i)e anything but soothing to Mr. Harrison's feelings to read at jiis breakfast table in every mornings paper the statement of the foremost men in the Republican party: Blaine can have the nomination if he will take it. a a er at 5P The weather is bitter cold for the Season of Summer Solstice; and that's the way Bingham County republicans say it is in their camp at the $ ils'lce of this the present state administra tion. It is now generally supposed that the affidavit of Representative Martin on change of vote for United States senators is what first caught the eye of his deserted wife No. 1, back in Iowa, and led her to discover his where abouts nud his much marriedness in Idaho. Kino Solomon contended that speedy jodgraent against a man for crime had a tendency to prevent crime, but a speedy trial is not always given to man, it matters not how urgently his attorneys may demand it. Oftentimes the prosecuting attorney cano.Qt get his witnesses, and oftentimes and even too often is that the case. Iowa Democrats met in State con vention Wednesday at Ottumwa and nominated a State ticket. Governor Horace Boies was re-nominated by acclamation. The pjatform was to acceptable as to be adopted unan imously. One plank is for "free coin age" of silver. The people have an "idee" that jt is about time Portland printers were turning out, in book form, the laws of Idaho. But then Portland printers are in no bigger hurry thaD those in authority at Boise are about giving Bingham County republicans appoint ments. The Louisiana Lottery Company offers the farmers of that state money at 1 per cent per annum provided the next Legislature gives the company a new lease to do business at the old stand. It will not take a very shrewd guesser to tell the color of the hair of the men who will be elected to that Legislature, for that will be easier thau drawing a prize at one of the monthly drawings. Mr. Blaine talks very pleasantly of Commercial reciprocity betweep this country and tropical Brazil, but what The News wants to see is a weather reciprocity between that tropical cli mate and Idaho. A little warm sugar of Brazil in tbe ice cold beverages of Idaho, just at this time, would make a very palatable potion to be carried around under last winter's clothing and overcoats. Ex-Senator Joseph E. McDonald, nejit to Thomas A. Hendricks, one of the best beloved men of Indiana, died at his home iu Indianapolis, Sunday night at 11-30 o'clock. Prior to 1880 he had strong hopes of nomination from the Democratic party for the presidency, but when Hendricks was advanced, he gave up, and after that time attended strictly to his law prac tice. All Indiana mourns him as a good citizen gone. Knowing the ambition of the two men The News is not overly struck with wonder nt tbe strange condition of affairs exjsting in the ailments of Mr. Harrison an(J Mr. Blaine. When Mr. Blaine's gout pains are torturiug and excruciating Mr. Harrison's head is as clear as a silver bell at early dawn, and when Mr. garrison's bead is racked ancj raging with pain Mr. Blaine's gout pains are as comfortable, calm and serene as a moonbeam on the lake. When Groyer Cleveland left the White House there were $100,000,000 iu the National Treasury iis a surplus of his economical administration; the Treasury Statement of June 17th shows a deficiency existing of <787, 108 and this shortage is to remain un til next monfh when the appropria tions of ttye qpxt fiscal yenr become available. 4r e ttie times any better, are money matters any easier for all this extravagant expenditure? The News asks this question in all sincer ity and will await with patience an jju<wer. C. BUNTING & COMPANY. H- 1 - 1 1 Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Etc ]XT©w Spring Goods just Arl f ) iv . ed ' Hen riet tu ( 'loth. Hamilton Mixtures, Cashmeres, Mohairs Himalaya Beirge, Brillianties, American Serge, 7AliTlh&TFVfl&S 0D€VCt Tl(L7lH0l& Silk Trimmings, 'jerseys. Emb. White Flannel Qur French Sateens, Domestic Sateens, Scotch Zeyphers. China Silks, India Silks, Kid and Silk Gloves, 100 pieces of New Calicos, of Ne w Challies of New Ging'm. of Seersuckers, of White Goods. .. 5 0 <« 50 u 50 .< 25 Lace curtains, new style summer Jackets and Blouses, Buntings Drapery Goods, Summer shawls, Ladies Ties, Perfumery, &c drew a and an he use Sam Jones, the Evangelist, says a party may put up a ticket ever so bad and tbe public may endorse on it Bad, Bad, and you present it to a vo ter and ask him what be sees on it, he will auswer Bad, Bad. But if you pin a five dollar bill over it he will tell you then he canuot see the Bad, Bad. and will vote the ticket although he knows what is hidden away on it. Sam is a bold talker and a plain talk er and oftentimes hits the bull's eye at every poo. It is well for inouarehy in Old Eng land that the Prince of Wales is not called to the throue right at this junc ture when his character is besmirched by bis connection wath the notorious baccarat swindling game, and when every detail of the disgraceful affair is fresh in the minds of the people. His ascension to the throne to-day would make it totter if not make it fall. Who knows but this very act of the wayward Prince may be the start ting point for the overthrow of the English monarch}' and the establish ment of a free republican government. ing he see as When the Ohio campaign fairly opens the floating population will be lieve that all the mints of the country are moved to that State. All protect ed interests in the East will drop the "rattling rhino" in McKinley's contri bution box, and his managers will shovel it .out in a manner that will deafen one's ears. The tariff issue is the national issue for 1892; Ohio fires the signal gun and the McKinleyites fear a defeat in the beginning will prove a defeat in the end, and so everything will be done that can be done to win back tbe State. is All the cabinet officers who were out of Washington were recalled for a cabinet meeting yesterday Friday to consider the grave financial condi dition staring the administration in i tbe face. Mr. Harrison knows the eff- ; ect of the $800,000 deficiency will | have on the country, and, with the gravest apprehensions, he wants to de vise means to bridge over the troubles. Butthe deficiency of to-day will not be a drop in the bucket coni pared with next year's which the democratic partv will have to meet to keep up the credit of the government, Will our people note these facts and remember them. to of of The country was given to under stand last December that a!l existing troubles between Cleveland aud Hill were settled, ai)d that no more stumb ling blocks would be rolled in the way of one by the other. At the same time it was given that Hill was to be U. S. senator, Flower to be governor and Cleveland to fje the choice of the state for president. Hill has been elected senator, Flower will soon be nominated for governor, and it will only remain for the contract to be filed in Mr Cleveland's case. There is but little doubt if any but that the entire agreement will be carried out in good faith and Mr. Cleveland will have the solid delegation from New York. of the a two of Mr. on The daily bulletin of Mr. Blainç's condition and future plans is about as follows : To-day Blaine is a very sick man and will be forced to retire from public life; Blaine is improving rapidly and is in better condition, mentally and physically, than at any time since 1884. Blaine will never fill another public position; his health will force him to retire from tbe cab inet, bis days are numbered. Blaine is grpwing stronger every day and will upquestionablv be the Republican nominee in 1892, the tide has set in for him and no powers on earth can stay it. To-day he is slowly dying; co morrow he is gathering his strength like a young man in bis prime. To day he retires from official life; to morrow be will be the next president £ n spite of winds, Dick Walker and ligh water. But the The News still stands by its first prediction : Mr. Blaine will not be nominated iD 1892. "Yonr honor," said a prosecuting attorney in an Alabama back woods the the 17th un all The an Nothing iu Life for Him. tice tion the the and the ly G land court, "the prisoner at the bar is charged with killing one of the most exemplary citizens of this county. An drew P. Boyson, Your Honor, was in every respect a model man. He was a beloved member of the church and was never known to be guilty of an unchristian act Wby, Your Honor, he never was known to bet on the horses, play poker, drink whisky or use tobacco." "Hold on a minute," the judge bioke in. "You say he didn't bet on horses?" „Thats what I say, Your Honor." "And he didn't play poker?" "He was uever known to play a game." "And he never drank liquor?" "Never drank a drop, Your Honor." "And he didn't chew tobacco?" "Never took a chew in his life." "Well then," said the jndge, lean ing back with a sigh,"I dont see what he wanted to live for. There wan t anything in life for him and I dont see why he ain't aboutas well off dead as alive, Release the prisoner, Mr. Sheriff and call the next case. and as the the as the Thomas B. Reed in Rome. is Behold me while I stand where Rome has stood for twice a thousand years and more! Behold us both; me and Rome! And then, dear friends, please give your eyes a rest. Rome has her history, and I have mine; but Rome, although she sat upon her seven hills and ruled the world, never sat in the Speaker's chair of the Fifty First Congress and bossed that mega therian aggregation as I did, and that is where I ve got the bulge on Rome! Here in old Cæsar's district I sit me down and with mv feet upon his anoient mantelpiece I feel at home. Me and Ciesar! Twin stars that twin kle throngh all time! Two iron heels that trod as one upon the people's necks, and then we got it in our own! in i By gosh! dear friends, I don't like ; that a little bit, and Csesar didn t | either, although he didn't have a word to say after it was over, for obvious de- reasons! But Brutus wasn't a patch the ing to Springer of Illinois, or Rogers of Arkansas; and Cæsar bas some thing to be thankful for! I'm with you, the Rome, from the Passamquotidy's to tumbling tide of saw logs to where the tawny Tiber flows, and we should organize a Reed and Roman truft, and swipe the universe—are there objections? I hear none, the ayes seem to have it; the ayes have it! Then let her go, Gallagher! But l shall never think that iu that eider day to be a Roman was greater than a Speak er of the grand old Fifty-First, and don't you forget it! That's what!— New York Sun. to way be the be will be the hearty thanks to the Blackfoot Glee out will New IUwolutionH. By special request we publish the following resolutions adopted at the last meeting of the Baptist Sunday school : Resolved : That we tender our Club for their timely assistance in preparing the music for Children's day and to the Editor of The News for his kindly mention of our service in his issue of June 20th, nlso to the ladies of the town who oontributed to very any cab and in can To to and still Mr. 1892. ward the success of our floral decora tion. I Pastors of churches whose contribu tion boxes are often favored witli brass and tin buttons may do well to make such an announcement as the old darkey preacher made to his con gregation : "I liab an ernouncemept ter make de iireddern, which may surprise ye. but fer yer own sakes as well as mine it must be promulgated. De pastor ob dis yer flock has discontinued de use of suspenders, and hereafterward and henceforth his pantaloons will be held up wjd a stiap buckled 'round bis waist. Consequently he will hab no use for dp useful but too numcrus brass an tin buttons which hab aj: peared so prevulentlv in de collection basket fur do last month or two. The wife and daughters of E. R. Hawley came in from California Tues day and after »pending two days in Blackfoot with old friends and ac quaintances wept out to their ranch woods on Lost River. Application to Cut Timber From the Public Domain. The undersigned hereby gives no tice of his iuteution to make applies tion to the Honorable Secretary of the Interior for permission to cut for the beuefit of settlers in the county and for merchandise purposes timber growing on that part of the public domain contained within the territory bounded by the following lines : Com mencing at a point 8 mites south of where Dempsey creek empties into the Portneuf river, running thence 2 miles west, 6 miles in a south eurter ly direction, then 3 mites east, thence G miles uorth easterly to the point of beginning, all of which is unsurveyed land situated in Bingham Cojuty, Nate Corns. McCammon, June 27, 1891. Idaho. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned will apply to the Honorablt i Commissioner of the (louerai Land Office for permission to cut growing and dry timber from that part of the unsurveyed public domain described as follows, to-wit : Being situated near the east boundary of Oneida county, State of Idaho, in what is knowii as the Mink creek Basin, bound on the south by what is known as Dry Fork canyon, on the north by what is known as the narrows and Mink Creek Can yon, on the east by what is known as the Divide betweeu said Basin and Bear Lake, on the west by what is known as Tiail Hallow and Little Dry Canyon or Old Mill Fork. Contain ing in all afiout eight (8) sections of land for the purpose of supplying the settlers in the the vicinity or neigh borhood of said land with building material to improve their homesteads, etc., in conformity with law. Nelson Curtis & Co. Preston, Idaho, June 13th, 1891. t it! to Desert Lands.--Notice of Intention to Make Proof. Land OmCB at Black roar. Idaho. ! June 26th. lWl.f Notice I» hereby riven that the following nanitMl aettler ha* filed notice of hl» Intention to niaKe final proof In support of bis claim, and that »aid proof «rill tie made before the Register and Receiver at iilacKfoot, Idaho, on August aid, 1891. viz: John .Montgomery Junior, on Deaert Entry No. MB, for the is* nw >4 of section 4 and lot 1 of section 6, town shin 3 south, range 36 east. B. M He names the following witnesses to prove same land has been properly Irrigated and reclaimed as required by law, via : Cas&luM F. Smith. William O. Davidson, George W. Weeks, Henry C. Dlpple, all of BlacKfoot. Idaho. Perky J. Arson, Register. Standard Corsets at Mrs. Barnhart's. Notice For I'ubliration. Land Omet at Hi.Acgroor, Idaho. » Juneliftth. lHl/l. f the rnllnwlng of hi. Intention to niHKe final proof In support of hl» clulni. and that said proof will bo tn.de before tbe Register and Receiver, nt ItlacKfoot, Idaho, on August 1st.. lMd, viz : William M. McDaniel, D. L E. No. HOB, for the »hin No. 4 south, range ill east B. M. fie nume» the following witnesses to prove same land has been property Irrigated and reclaimed as required by law, via : John M Herman, Hobt. D. Herman, Jno. S Watson, H. H. Uarletz, all of Hlnghain county Idaho. Pïhky J. Anhon Register. Notice I» hereby given thut named settler has lfled notice '4 section 26. town our Go nnd see the latest styles in hats at Mrs. Barnhart's. in the to New Milliner). I take pleasure in saying to my lady friends that l have just received a stock of New Millinery; those wishing to get bargains as well as new stylish goods must call early and get choice. Mrs. Holbrook. A reduction in dress goods. Wind sor Henrietties reduced from 15c to 10c, at Mrs. Burnliart's. to the con ye. de be hab aj: R. in ac APPLICATION TO CUT T1MIIKK FROM PUBLIC DOMALN. VTOTICB 18 HEREBY GIVEN that tho un Jl* dondgnod will apply to Iho Honorable» Commissioner of tho General Und Office for permission to cut wowing timber from that part of unsurvoyed public domain described ns follows: What Is known as the North Cunon In tho 8quaw Creek range of mountains, In Bingham county. Idaho. Bald land containing about Four Sections of scattered timber. • J. II. Jolis* a g, A. P. AMiKIIMON. Chesterfield, Idaho, June 17th, 1801. APPLICATION TO CUT TIMBER From the Public Domain. TUOTIGB 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the under LV signed will unply tary of the Interior ror permission to cut, for flic benefit tif settlers In the vicinity, timber growing on lands along Wolverine CreeK, a small tributary of Ulucafont river, said being unsurvnyed and situated east of to ship!! south, range87 east Uolae meridian. N. A . JtiHT. to tin* Honorable Reoro Presto, Idaho, June lütt), 1801. [1 PI <] l'l lnd ;Ud SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Wagons, Baggios, Backboards and Carts. Single Top Buggies, Wide Track 1 1-8 Axle, $1(X Carts, from 25.00. Open Road Wagons 50.01 Farm, Freight, Spring and Ore \\ agons, Hamei Testimonial Catalogue mailed Free on Application. i is of IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO. XIea,cä.Q.-vjLa.rtexs T*ox John Deere and Moline Plows, Harvesters ai GU LTIVATORS, Gilpin and Cassadv's Sulky Plows. Full line OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS the on is* and of Hand and Press Drills, Planet Jr. Goods, Kai Lever Harrow, also a large assortment of fl Garden and Grass Seed and Harnes: Get our Prices before purchasing elsewhere. Gh. Gh. IvÆgrX. » f tbe on prove and S town THE PIONEER DRUG STORE, Wm H BEHLE, & SON, hats DRLK3S AND MEDICINE lady a Wind to .; Headlight Oil, Benzine, Turpentine, Paints, Oils ;. ; rfOAfts, ; Putty, Varnishes, Glass, Paint Brushes, Toilet ; Ton ago .; Articles, Stationery, Patent Medicine, Candy, etc ;.$ Best Alcohol Wine And Liquoi f for medical purposes, Fancy Goods, Perfume Cologne, .] Writing Inks. Physicians Prescriptions and Family Ro ( cipes carefully compounded at nil hours, day or night. Tausill's Punch 5 and 10 cent cigars. ÖPSpeetaclos a Specialty. tif"Dr. Behle's Office is at the Pioneer Drug Store : un for that Cunon In MAIN STREET, BLACKFOOT IDJ Desert Lamls--Notleo of Intention to Make Proof. APPLICATION TO CUT TIMM] From Public Domain. Unites Lani> Orricr, IlLACkroor, Idaho. Juiiu Ztti, 1WI. I, fîharles H. Hines, of Blackfoot, Idaho, who made Desert Land »ppllentlon No. IMS on the MHh ilny of May ISSU, for nwq se 1 . »eelIon 1», Tp Z H H. 3« K. hereby irlvn notion of Intention to make Hnnl pir.of to establish my claim to Innil tihove described before Register anil Re celveo nt liluettfoot, Iilano, on Saturday, 11th day of July. Mil, anil that 1 expect prove that »»Id land ha» been properly Irri ? rated anil reclaimed In the manner required >)' law, by two of the following witnesses : Thema» Crocker. Charte» Thompson. Isuao Smith, John Neader, all of Hlaokfoot. Idaho. PkuKT J. Anhon, Register W R THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY j notice of nor Intention In apply I Honorable Secretary of the Interior fol mission to out. lor mervhiimii.e purpose! growing and dry timber from that part fl nubile domain described as follow»; Hits In the southeastern part of . Oneida I'm Idaho, hounded on the north by what I» ki a» Dry Canon, on the east by the dlvld tween Hear Luke and Oneida counties, it wn»t hy Warm llrnoK Canon, containing a four sections of land. Ja», Johns Wm. N III • RliTXtfNlMI under for timber a Reoro I lu ff. Dated June 1,1th, IW 1