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ST. The fruit crop in I'*»jetto valley is •imply immense. 100 men are now engaged in About W0 rk in the Carriboo mines. Excavation for tbe foundation ol mill i* g oi "B ou - the new Honey » very few these days of midsummer. Visitors are putting in their appear Mt .e tor the season at Aula Springs j Judge CUgutt «ill visit south Idaho! ,t some time during the summer. *„ Uregoii report says ; Money dull and luurriugahle Poor Oregon. its SU dosed Utl.le, Brown * Johnson are going of business at Pocatello to try a larger field, i that Subscriptions for the new temper- : J. , la || Ire growing right aioug sat- ,b * ££tory to .11 intenssled. ! close, horse* ■tarce (Hit The Fourth of July will be opened ,ith a game of base ball by the home cu | fest •ml , , , , Prof B*r« Burrell, late principal of and Hlsckfnot poblie sebool, has w^pteil (rtlr Bed am Boo C. & Wheeler's family now at to Black fool Ogd«, will move up within the next fsw weeks. a position with C. Bunting A Co. _ Ox fori has organised a bra« lind ing f nil home ulmi ami will «DM **ti 1 mm the vsllev with good music. ' VV. I 1 Bins lej a n pp« j U»in load, 11 ears, *»f «"*1 «ho from this station Monday afternoon Mr Carl C»un<*ti. the popular tailoi by of Pocatello came up Tuesdaj to so measure the base ball club boys for at and ing The IVnnmittee of Arrangements in fuc the DuU.is receptkm pnr,- «• mak lag Uanaveathwig lobereiucmlwtretl as 1 r . •>V new unifo«ms. Soda Springs is a delightful and refreshing icsort for the hot (lay* of If you purpose leaving tlKOOKr boute, trv it io Ringham County Fiery old timer who has tteon fmm Blsckfisd a year or more not*-» with pride iIm- improvements made in his slMrocc L»sr — A »mill red ('overr»l l»<s»k (»it cnQtiiniiig * list of name*. n*> pn**ib!r \y ose to any but tbe owner. Please re- 1 tun» same to this office. the Attoroey Royal A ,Wof Curt« * rnontr ,ame ,n K.U.nlay fmm the »«.I n(er towns and left Monday by vi.Cbaltis.Uge for b.s home st Clay ,m »jt A Co. ami Mr. Killingswortii will tsar« on the tilh lost, to visit the Yel Inwstone I'.rk August Behle will leave shout 1st , tor some n «.ica. «». * h ' ,rp b ". " iU Uk,! " three years conn* ,« ««Heine. It is Mieved that the court room will ba crowded to overflowing at the twwption to he tonderad Senator Fred T. Dubois on bta return to his home in Bbckront July 7tb. The Ram . Horn, a climb paj»er. MJ* » gn-st many preachers try so bad to feed the giraffe s of their fiocks j v that they let the sheep and lambs sune to death. Ahem. i t T[m ' mGreor T P* "•« Uiermometer Us w»t been put to much trouble for in the lower »tory thi» »|iriog anti summer. Later on it may limit loom at the top. " * _._. _ . .. _ _ train niBKii^T < | ,n<K i *' !i • ta n.t H * t r X SÄ «he So I, . , , i 1 ! . fl ,V.P, b No loss to life and but little damage. Mi L W, Wait. iwcenUv with C Bunt of s*epieral>er pgr in the K ** n *tor VV. I. Mcf'onnell, ot north l4tho, will viwit Blackfoot in tho very near future. The Senator has a vary warm placti in hia heart for Blackfoot prop!«, and deairea to renew hia ac fiuaiatance with them. Rom# prominent capitalist* of Kan ina are expected in Blackfoot early in July. They oomt» to look over tho «field with a view of making Invoat ntenta in Idaho property. Tho ladiaa of Waat Bide Union of "■ T. U. gave a very pk-aiant en Msrtoinment at l'araona' achool bouse *MBniay evening. A large delegation from Blackfoot attended and hack well pleased. Quarterly meeting, the lost for the 'onference year, will Ik» held in the 'lethodiat church, Saturday evening 1,1 " nuJ on Bundny both morning ami evening. The report of the year * a 0 !!* Wil ' ,K! ** Ven l>y the pastor. ■ K. 8nider I*. K. will prearh at «>« hours. Come, you will Ik; welcome. Igar, at will, came A W hopper Fee. Attorney William Nelson Crum well, j • s<! * York, received nfi*e tho other ..«*>' of 9260.000 for services us as b»r Howell 4k Co., bankers and Ta ^ °f service : six weeks, ■he Blackf(K>t lawyer who will make one half of that amount in double the Mb'® can drink lemonade from •land during the scaann and can * m °*c and treat to our our e ST. MARYS ACADEMY WINDS UP A PROSPEROUS SGHOLASTI0 YEAR. I ' of j and SPLENDID COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES, ily - ! to j its Young I .miles ami Minim* antuit j Tbrni trite* Charmingly am) win lief Kbswrrs of Praises. Four Brada- ous aies Nent lulu Life's Arena fully bird Paiiupllid Is Compete wSflt Those 1 et sent oui frost tbe oldest ( »llctctos of the Fast. A Urge und llrllghUd up SU Mary's Academe, Salt Lake City, j " dosed its lfitlt scholastic year ou the 1 l> afternoon of the 24th ult.'witb a pto- j a gramme of uommeiicemeut exercises! i that will las long remembered by the : »pie'"i'*i audience aseenililetl to greet, ,b * J'tHing ia.be» and minims on tliat - ! *?»*»■ Salt Lake City always an- j Audience, Etc., Etc. ticiputes with pleasure any and all \ " exhibitions at that institution and her ! VV cu | luml dltaaaB ar ,, |jrt , mpt to fest that pleasure and tutetest in large •ml appreciative audiences. On the 28lh of May last a musical concert was given by' the students in U , honor of the opening of the new ball of and simpel wliieh was prouiaiueeil * (rtlr PIW |t ellu . aud woldd bttve Bed the public of the thorough train it. at _ _ ing at St" Man. had the go^i Sisters deviik<ii not lo fulluv, in one »hört ; month's time, with that literary and musical feast so much enjoyed by all j >rwiei , t ou the 21th insL It is imi «ho mon thing for the public to be faromJ * j(b lwo Hlu U eoterUininenta by studeuta of one institution, within to so close proximity of dates, liut so for practical and thorough is the training at St. Mary's that a public entertain ment can lie given without the long and tedious practice met preparations usually required by many schoola. The closing exauiitintions jio coed ing the commencement, we learn, were in even wav satisfactory to the pains raking andVaraful SUu-r* and evd,' aide to U»c voung ladies and minims as shown in the high grade, and bon B s 1 r *|., « • , , , , rile displays in tbe Art depart . r ' » : * ment ». some in oil and some in crayon. , , . •• , weit» exceeding fine and wen* claimed . •>V t-ontioissei rs is |nMwi*ssing the lngl: ' ^ " of with his (»it artistic ment In the Fancy Needle \y urb an ,| p| a i„ Sewing departments re- 1 the exhibitions Were good, very good. and were much admired still prais«! * WM. who.« Ibrwt Judges of the such exhih U. The la«- dress. m«de by the skillful hands of Mis* Su-Ua l-affiU-. and afto,.ard* worn by her ,m the sty caught the eye of .1 lover» of li*e nmf won man) will *"*P rf * B,on * "J "'A™ 1 /* 1 '"*'' ?' *.* ** ! Yel- " r . * fUb. k ' f W? " 1st , gold thimble, for fancy needle'work «». 'Vlm sehs-t.ons of music for the " f»«** n * " fu ; r, ",' ou TPI V \ U| ' ï V high standard .»»tab .»bed. and for room «huh SL M.ry .has w W rae n-nown- ; the «*• w ' ;l1 «'iidcrcd on Um « t Fred fereut instrumenta, pianos guitars, home mandolins and harp« by the many perfonners, Uf those dining paj»er. "n.liin" tilvLon, FuUom. so Kdwanls aud Mieter and as fiocks j v , x . n |i Bl Miau Gert rude King, of Ogden lambs Xbl . of the gradimling class i wm . wp || written, well read and well we«- «■> .... . ntwived aa waa cwuctsi by the np for plnusc of the overflowing audience »|iriog from lime lo time during Inc rciiuiiig limit Four young Indies were given certifi cates of graduation and seul forth to _ the busy camp of life fully prepared • m * *i u *JIG«'*I to take rank with the X honored graduates of the oldest col *■ ** <*'** At the conclusion of the programme „ lb) . |(0 .., prlei> t • a d dresst-d the graduating class and stu derts in his usual happy aud humor stvle which address was received north very vary ac oua by the delighted audience as a bed** ling finale to auch a grand entertain ment. The scholastic year of 1890 and 91, just closed, was one of pronounced aucceaa and proaperity for St Mary », and the only cloud of the year, to caat ita shadow over the sunshine wilh ita brightness was the death of the aged, venerated and much beloved Mother Superior. Mother Charles Her death fell with a heavy hand np thc inatitution and she was deeply mourned by patrons, friends, Sisters and pupils, but her mantle fell upon strong and willing shoulders, her plans were carried out to the letter and the success of the academy at tained to tho end. The next session will own about the first of Septem lier with enlarged accomodation» and with even la-tter facilities than ever before and The New» liespeuks for it increased patrouage and continued nmarMrltv * ' w __ " "" ,, ,, , A great deni of outside enthusiasm I,ns been knocked out of Seven Devlin, mining cauip. If you suffering with weak or in rtamed eves or granulated eyelids, you can be quickly cured by using Dr. ) II Molnmn's Strengthening Kye Malvo ' 25 cents a Ik»x. For sale j Behle A Non. t.n Neuralffla ran*»** much Insanity. I Tiie highest medical authorities of | Europe and America have recently de- j ' eided that a large percentage of cases of insanity are caused by the excruti j ating pains of Neuralgia of the head and face. If any memlierof yourfam ily «ulft-rs tins tormentor, induce them ! to try Bullard's Know Uniment. Ono j application will u fiord imtnediapj re lief and you soon be rid of a dadger ous and and tormenting disease. Bal bird s Suow l iniment is the most pen 1 et rating Uniment khowu. It posi lively cures Rheumatism, Lame Back, Contrscten Muscles, Old gores, Corns, Bunions, etc. It penetrates and ojtens up the (Sires, drawing all poisonous j " mt,er Uj the * urf " c '*; resUiring ud 1 l> r '>' n *' t, ' , g " natural circulation of the j tl ' r, "'f h tb » ! «hdeused parts. l D Beide & Son. __ __ - j tain ltallard'» Horehimml Syrup for Whoop ing Cough. There is no remedy in the world \ " b ' cb wil1 £* vc 8Ucb l£ w '* , l jt !' eli 'j f ! VV , '°°P in K Cough 88 8 J,ore - bound Syrup. _ It will posltively cupe , . U P 18 tbe mo8t °°° l,n * " n '' 8 * K>th ' ,, S »«"fr for , Consumption, <^ugb», * "Id», Bronchitis and Asthma, in the world. It is free from opium. It builds . . it. If you will try it, your children will not keep you awake all night coughing. Ballard's Horehound Syr sell up new tissue, strengthens tbe Lungs. f n ' P 8 ^'»le remedy made ; ^ materials. 1 your Lungs are weak und you have n n tickling in your Thront, you need >t- j IL-hle A. Sou Agent«. j--!- - Coughs and «»Ids come uoiovitod 1,111 " u UU1 'i'dekly get rid of these, witii a few doses of Dr. J. It. McLean s For sale by ^ ar '' ,,u ' Lung Balm. Behle & Son. The llanlon -Votier« ( umblnatlon I» Now 1 „„ , . Tl»e most oolosmd. varied. »'>'■ »I 'ractive ent-us orguu.xat.on n the worn . i« wi ion > 1 • 11 1,1 ^«re/he public In connection with the Adam Fon paugh Menagarie. Hijv I (Hidroinc, Wild West. etc. ■ , ' ... . ,_ . . ! A distinguishing feature of the ar e ... _ . , euic department this season is the * . ..._,, . . . apix'araiice therein of the wurld faincd J > , .... . . lian on \ oilers at every preseniation KINDS OF THE AIK. W ith the Brest Forepsugh Khow. of the circus- Those marvelous lerial •L^ng aerial „I known m the ^'"P " r • " 'J i K ' ' Jjjgf JAded from the dome of the canvas. J nob of Ul ,. <MlU . r | imi ts of the fwt abeve lbv ^,„„,1. ^ ^ fwt t The * ** ! sway ing tra|s-»c hars. and each grasp *"8 " " fu * r "«M" ,rin l£ sufficient momentum, let go their frail sup,mrtv, '"''.'fT. S'T'hTimtoTto^iun -jJjSTÜSÄS «ShïS .waving backwani and forward. A. f Uwir , Iold their hold they ; ^ ^* [lU . u , u RlU|ld . and wllh a R ||ice ^cuUtiou of time and distance, which WH . m# anperbuinau . und ,. r the . i|VIIinaUucc ^ lb ,. v t K Hh catch tile f| „ ll(irH Ju>l na , hcy apIK . ar U '"' f 1 "'. 1 "' '"J* 1 11 ! as ,f tbCJ as wcr * f * U ?" g ,0 / T S ,7 „, Distance, height and depth seem '"'"'"If .f j/ 'he,r gigantic leap. The Adam Fore . oaugli Shows are unnoutic«l to exilut ^ 1>iK ., lU , |1() oarlv iu August. A ape , ()W rale ,, Spur?iou train will Ik • c j tv j __ to >| j R Boswell, one of the best intrepid gymnasts ascend to these >| r j R Boswell, one of the best goowu citixens of Brownwood, Texas, contributes the following item as his ,^„«1 experience. -After having sulfcrcd from diarrhoea for some time alld baxvit.« tried different medicines wilh no ^ „»«(u. I tried a bottle of ('hamlK-rlnin s Colic, Cholera and Di arrbuaa Remedy, which relieved me at oncc . &nd I recommend it to all who may be suffering from this trouble some complaint." For sale by W. H. Behle & Son, Druggists. Mr. L. M. Martin, Superintendent of the St. Louis, Des Moines and Northern R. R, says: -On my return from h recenr trip south, where the wutes was very impure. I was attacked with a violent case of cholera morbus. Having heard a grent deal of Cham iK-rlam's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, I concluded to try it, and with the most beneficial sesults." No household should l»e without a Inittle of this remedy. For sale by \Y. II Behlu A Son, Druggists. A Safe Investment. », , . . I» one which guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results, or in case of 1 failure a return of purchase price, On this safe plan you can lniy from [ our advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con i su motion. It is guaranteed to bring , n , |i( , f , n MVary ,, a8C< wboD UH (> d for nny offwtlon of Throat. Lungs or Chest, such as Consumption, inflani in- niation of Lungs, Bronchitis. Asthma, ! Whooping Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It Dr. ; is pleasant and agreeable to taste, per Kye I fectly safe, und can always be dt^end by ! ed upon. Trial bottle« free nt W. H. > b ' bb ' & ^rugstora. Board of Vharnmey, The annual meeting of the Board | j of Pharmacy in and for Bingham county, wiit be held at the office of the Secretary in lackfoot, Tuesday, tbe 14th day of July, at 2 o clock p. in., at which time all applicants for renewal of certificates and for new certificates must make their applica tion. By order of the Board. J. H. Bean, Pres. Wm. H. Beule. Sec v. Black foot. June 19 th, 1891 Application to Cut Timber. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned will make application to the Honorable Secretary of the Interior for the privilege of cutting timber for agricultural, domestic and mercantile purposes, on tbe unsurveyed lands in Bight Mile Canon. Bear Lake county, Idaho, said track is supposed to con tain about 5<M> acres and is situated about 14 miles south east of Soda Springs. Soda Springs, Idaho, June 12,1891 - S Williams & Watson. 4TH OF JULY BATES. As usual the UNION PACIFIC will sell tickets from all stations to neigh boring cities at one fare for tbe round trip. Cali or write to me for partic ulars. H. M. Miller. Agent U. P. System. Blackfoot, Juue 15th. Take one of I)r j. H McLeans Little Liver aud Kidney PilleU at n n ig bt before you go to lied and you >t- j wslll lie surprised how buoyant and vigorous you will reel the next day. - Only 25 cents a vial. For sale by ltebk , & iSol , s by 1. C. N. E. A. OF U. S. stands for International Convention National Educational Association ot the United States which will meet at Toron to, Canada, July 1 HU to 17th For this occasion the UNION PACIF IC wilt sell tickets from all Coupon 1 Stations to Toronto alone fare for the »I the I ! ar the round trip. Plus42.00 membership tee. See that jour tickets read via the I'nlon Pacific. Call on write to me for particulars. H. M. Miller. Agent U. P. System. Black foot, June 15tb. Y. I*. S. C. E. AT MINNEAPOLIS. See that jsar tickets read via the Union To those desiring to M*it Minne -PolK Mmo., during the meeting of No II Purifie. tbe Young People's Society of Chris tian Kudeavor, July 9th to 12th, the Uuion Pacific will sell tickets to Min neapolis from all coupon stations at one fare for tbe round trip. Call on or write to me for (»articular. H. M. MtLl.BR. Agent U. P. System. Blackfoot. June 13th Proposals for Bids for Supplies. Hid* »-III he received by the Board of Blrec tora until July I51H. lHSi. for turnUhiiur the Idaho liiaane Aayium. the following named artIrle* : Pttt) VISIONS. KI,(Ot lbi>. Flour, Olve brand, am -- (iraham Flour. SU0 - Ornnadr. aus " Oat Flake. 2S.IOI •' Brand and Short* mixed, um - Buckwheat Flour. I.OOU - Suuar. (iraniilaled. urn -• Sum r.Rxtni C. ., . . tu.(RU " Kre*h lk»-f. («(liai part* hind and tore quArter to Ik- delivered by the qiiarlcr. Fresh Mutton to be delivered by the i-areH-v 1.S00 " No. 1, Fresh Butter. Ml lbs. to be delivered |«-r week. ono - an.) Ham. am - raid, urn •• ( nd rv«h. aw " Mackerel. «X) - Beans, while navy. MU " Coffee, ffreen. ITS " Tea. to " Chocolate. Still " Bloc 5 " Ground Olnser. 5 •• White Mustard Seed, unjrround. 5 - Mae«. 95 " Maoaroni. " mack Pepper, unsround. MS - Liverpool Salt. 100 " Cheese, full cream. 100 - Soda Crockers, ltd " Sweet Cracker*. sal*. Syrup In 4 aallon taws. _ ib*. Comb Honey. UOnal*. Apple Oder Vlnetrar. 15(1 lus. Hatsin*. 15 sals. Maple Syrup. W do*. Cana Oyster*. - Corn - Pte Peaches H a*I cans. Î qt*. Lemon Kxt. 1 do«. Uurkees Salad l)re**ln*. - Snvdera Tomato Catsup. " Pleallllle* Koyul Brand. " plug Tobacco. - Smokins IXrbaceo. CLOTHING. 3 do«. Men's Ante Overshoes •Taps. Wool Hats. Overalls. • " Heavy Leather Slippers. 3 - Women's Heavy Ia-alher Slippers t " Men's Kid Hoot*. Glove*. Indian. 100 yds. Heavy Shlrtli.ir. WO " Canton Flannel too •' Wixilen Ores* Gtsst* " si rona Heavy Otaffham. •• I'll bleached Mu»lln (1-4. B«) " Bleached Muslin 4-4. ini •• Sheeting Bleached *-4 4 do«. Women s Hose WiKilen. 4 " (Vitton ltandkerehetf*. W *• Men a Woolen Socks. 4 - •• 8u spenders. tl*l yds. Woolen Coat and Pant* Cloth. «1 do*. Coats TUl-ead. 130,000 It»*. Coal K(H»k Spring*, lump. w fi! '* eisern p î ' î ! y tàeh'bl'dai id pro le re nee will be given hitblei'tt who furnish i*ntn|>ltv». n«*U'H<'et'pie<l l'efurm'il at hltldeit oxjk'umv Btrtder* are rcpieso-tltn make thelrmtoea rnÂraraîXthSÎ. « 11 ÄÄ Is necessary, otherwise le la- dellveost at the ' ll'hls'must la- In sealed envelopea, OUMd "Hills lor Supplie*" and addresaed to Idaho Insane Asylum. ItlacKfool. Idaho. The Hoard reserves tin- right to reject any and all bids. - 10 of of for or It per H. «I» 7k\ n •• 4 * 4 M t ** 2 4 M , Ml 100 for Bv order of tho Board. W.r. HILL. Soi- rotary GOOD RANCHES ■ AND VALUABLE TOWN LOTS AT LOWEST PRICES. [IT/ UHU ? 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 A No. I Improved 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. UV, One ranch of lf>0 acres, all inclosed, 20 acres . . . under cultivation. Best bargain in wie county. _ . . . Parties wanting tobuv and part ies in town ~ • 1 • », 1 » u \ u the eoiuitiT »»-litiiis: to sell are invited to eaU the * * . . ~ ||] DCCSOH Or Write *" J ' * any LOOK AT THESE GREAT BARGAINS : t*r hi* One Improved Ranehe, 1(50 acros, inclosed by horses, cattle, farming imple Even r - This good wire fence, ments, machinery, 90 tons of hay, etc. thing neccssan r to continue the business, ranch is near the town of Blackfoot One unimproved ranch »120 acres, partly in closed, good water right and convenient to town. or The Idaho News. Blackfoot, Idaho.