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Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - December 5, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoYol. 10.Blackfoot, Bingham county Idaho saturday december 5, 1896. No. 28 items of local interest. Thursday morning the weather was clearly political. It was Slippery. Bryan a official majority Over Mckinley in Colorado was 132,601. Mrs. Charlie Hart is going East after the holidays to be gone three months. Nine inches of Snow fell at Boise City last monday night and tuesday morning. Frank Dekay of Idaho Falls it is claimed is to be Deputy sheriff for or. Coltman and he will move to Blackfoot soon after the holidays. Col. Mcfadden a forty tons of mining machinery were shipped to his Custer county mines first of the week. A goodly number of applicants for the Blackfoot Post office will be heard from before next Valentines Day. Blackfoot will see a blushing Bride before the Sleigh Bells of the season cease their merry jingling music. Attorney Reeves came up from Pocatello on Legal business wednesday. The sunday schools of the Blackfoot churches Are arranging for their Christmas celebrations and Christmas Trees. The news can guess at Blackfoot a next postmaster As easy As it can guess at wheelers big Candle. Hillard amp Dobson have just finished a neat and creditable Job of Kal Somin ing in the court room. Miss Pratt of Oxford was a visitor in the City Friday. Alex Beckstead came up from Downey Bannock county on business Friday. Billy Woodin is suffering from rheumatism to such an extent As to he indoors most of the time. A Large number of freighters pulled out for the Custer mines this week. Only Twenty Days to Christmas. Prepare for the time it May he the last one you will Ever see. Kentucky democrats Are contesting the Mckinley electors from that state. Idaho Falls contributed a female patient to the Asylum this week. The fair store has no lottery therefore is the cheapest place in town to buy. The democrats in the legislature Are Strong enough to organize both houses. If they neglect to do this the party will neglect them at the next election. A Good Side walk now and then is relished by the most of men but to Wade in mud two feet deep is a wholly terror says Little to Peep. Or. Firth came Down from Basalt thursday. He reports two new school houses nearly completed in his District and one new school opened with or. Jensen of Logan teacher. Weyler is now talking about starving out the cubans. He cannot a a lick my and will try to starve them. A people who will not be licked will not be starved. The great state of Nevada East Only 10,665 votes at the november election. But in the United states Senate Nevada occupies the same number of seats at desks As new York Pennsylvania Ohio or Texas. The ladies of the a c. T. U. Will meet at the parsonage next tuesday afternoon at half past two of clock and of equal suffrage will meet on same Day and place at three of clock. At the methodist Church next sunday morning Rev. Yost will preach from a How near the kingdom and Crown a in the evening at 7 30 from a where do y of stand brother a a the Moreland dramatic club will play a through Snow and Sunshine a at the Moreland school House saturday evening december 12th, and will play the same at the Blackfoot open a House wednesday evening december 16th. The times makes mention of three marriages in Idaho Falls this week e. P. Henry and miss Josie taut Hus c. J. Chapin and miss Fannie Hughes and we. Clifford and miss Cecilia hol Lenberg. Cupids Advance agent has struck the town and it is Given out that he is coming to Blackfoot. The new York a a financier remarks that the credit of Kansas As a Borrower has been greatly damaged by political vagaries. Missouri democrats who have gone into a fusion with populists have taken the shortest possible Cut to destroy their own credit and that of the state. If this is Good polities then All the lessons of the past have been based on false . You should see the Beautiful line of novelties in each department at the Idaho furniture f a very Large number of incorporated towns and cities in the West Are adopting the curfew ordinance to keep children off the streets and at Home after night fall. Blackfoot is not incorporated but the parents ought to be an ordinance unto themselves and keep their Little ones from learning of dark deeds in dark places after night time. The Hoy who is Given the Freedom of the night from Home will soon be pulling in a heavy Load of trouble when he comes in in the morning. The Phelps Bros closed their special work at the methodist Church last a monday night. The results Are quite satisfactory. The membership has been greatly blessed spiritually. Forty persons have been at the altar Twenty have United so far with the Church on probation three in full connection and two by letter. A Large number of the Young people of the Epworth league has been converted. The revival fire still Burns in each service of the Church. Contest for the sheriffs office. H. B. Garletz late candidate for sheriff on the Silver Republican ticket filed notice of contest on e. P. Coltman sheriff elect tuesday of this week alleging Mal conduct in duty on the part of judges of the election and of irregularities in two precincts Idaho Falls and Taylor. The Case will come up in the District court for Bingham county at its Spring term in the mean time or. Coltman will qualify and enter upon his official duties at the Legal time in january. Gospel Temperance meeting. The w. C. T. U. Have prepared the following program for tuesday evening dec. 8th at the Baptist Church . Scripture Reading. Prayer. Roll Call. Song. Choir. . Yost. . Mingus. Dona Harris. . Moore. Select . Fernish. Song. Choir. Recitation miss Susie Biethan. . N. C. Titus. Song. Choir. Collection. The Board of Pardon turns a Man Loose and nobody knows How it was done. G. F. Hinckley sentenced from Latah county about two years ago to a 12 years term in the Penitentiary for fraudulently issuing and cashing warrants while acting in the capacity of Deputy auditor was released from the state prison yesterday. The information was picked up on the Street yesterday by a statesman reporter and inquiry was immediately made to discover the authority fori Hinckley a release. It was Learned that the Board of pardons had not been in session for almost a month that is to the knowledge of Secretary of state Garrett who is a member of the Board and the official act that brought about the sudden release of Hinckley is shrouded in mystery. Secretary Garrett said he could not account for the discharge of the prisoner unless the other members of the Board governor Mcconnell and attorney general Parsons held a meeting and passed upon Hinckley a Pardon a the matter came up in our meeting several weeks ago a said or. Garrett a and it was the unanimous opinion of the Board i believe that the prisoner should be pardoned but no definite action was taken to my knowledge. I have no record of the Pardon in my govermor Mcconnell and attorney general Parsons have been absent from the City for two Days thus making it impossible to gain any further information so far As the Board of pardons was concerned. Inquiry at the Penitentiary elicited the statement that Hinckley had been released upon a verbal order from a majority of the Board of pardons but nothing Moi a. It will be remembered that Hinckley plead . A bit of life. A Maiden sat within the door and sang1 As Many times before. A Man to daily toil passed by. No love nor pleasure lit his Eye but when he heard the merry son he whistled As he went along1. A woman by the window wept for one who in the Church Arl slept. But when upon her hearing fell that tune she knew and loved so Well the flood of burning tears was stayed and soon a song her lips essayed. Her neighbor heard the tender Strain and softly joined the Sweet refrain thus All Day Long that one song bore its joyousness from door to door. Fair and dinner. The ladies of the methodist episcopal Aid society will hold a fair and give a new England dinner on thursday the 17th of december. They will furnish a Good dinner and will offer for Sale some Beautiful goods suitable for Holiday presents. _ _ 4 thanks. The Young ladies giving the conundrum supper tuesday evening request the news to convey their sincere thanks to the Public for the Liberal patronage extended them and also to those who rendered valuable assistance in various ways. Market tips. Omaha Market news to Day is hogs. $3.50. Feeding lambs $3.25. Good Beeves 10 cents higher. Hogs 15 cents higher than nov. 1. Feeders very Active Market higher. A leading question. A is your Mamma at Home my dear a a yes a Well run in and Tell her that one of her old beaus would like to eee a please sir which one Are you a a which one a a Wes sir. I heard papa telling Mamma about All of you last night. He said one of you was hanged and one was a forger and one was a bigamist and one a Bunko Steerer and one ran a Faro Bank and two were free lovers. Which one Are you a record breaker at Denver. Denver. Nov. 28.�?with the exception of 1877, 1880 and 1877, yesterday was the coldest Day Ever known in Denver in november since 1871, prior to which year there is no official record. The weather Bureau thermometer registered 9.2 below Zero at 6 a. M. Passengers on the incoming trains Tell of a severe blizzard in Eastern Colorado and the neighbouring states of Nebraska. The Snow has fallen steadily for two Days and the wind rioting at will Over the rolling land meeting with no obstruction has piled drifts As High As 10 to 20 feet. As soon As a track has been cleared the rails freeze the Snow falling upon them and trains of a necessity proceed cautiously. Free speech denied him. Chicago iii., dec. 1.�?the crowing of the cock at an unseemly hour in the night was decided by Justice Foster to be unlawful and against the City ordinance l regarding nuisances. Mrs. Mina Fleck owner of the Bird at bar was fined $10, the complainant mrs. Krueger alleged that the fowl had a habit of crowing shortly after Midnight and would keep up his cock a Doodle Doos until Daylight that by so doing she was prevented from slumbering and that her health was breaking Down under loss of sleep. Several witnesses testified for the rooster but the court held that a rooster had no right to Crow before Sunrise. Tie defense gave notice of an Appeal. Our come to the fair store and see Christmas goods. It will pay anyone that is needing House furnishings to visit the Idaho furniture co., Pocatello. Land office business has opened up x a. A a 7yonn a if the Idaho legislature. The following is a Complete roster of the legislature elect As shown on the face of the returns senators. Adar a. M. Ballentine pm. Bannock Louis s. Keller s. R. Bear Lake Joseph c. Rich pm. Bingham of. H. Turner s. R. Blaine a. W. Ballantine pm. Boise Samuel t. Davis s. R. Canyon William h. Coughanour pm Cassia a. M. Pierce pm. Custer George Coryell s. R. Elmore Alexander Urdahl pm. Fremont Thomas e. Bassett pm. Idaho John w. Turner s. R. Kootenai Simmon p. Donnelly s. R. Latah Thomas f. Nelson pm. Lemhi John e. Rees pm. Lincoln Guy c. Burnham s. R. Nez Percey Henry Heitfield pm. Oneida Thomas a. Davis pm Owyhee John j. Bennett s. R. Shoshone James d. Young pm. Washington Frank Harris s. R. Representatives. Adar. H. Johnson pm. D. W. Bryan pm. D. H. Andrews pm. F. A. Fenn r. Bannock Lorenzo d. Brown s. R. William Mcgee Harris s. R. Joseph r. Brim s. R. Bear Lake a. M. Pugmire pm. Christain Wallantine pm Bingham a. S. Mulliner s. R. L. M. Capps s. R. Blaine Calvin c. Clawson pm William y. Perkins pm. Boisel. E. Workman s. R. W. P. Carter s. R. Canyons a b. Wright jr., pm. J. C. Rice pm j. J. Rogers pm. Cassia Hiram s. Hampton pm. Custer John j. Mccarthy p. D. Elmore Hugh s. Joines pm. Fremont John w. Hays pm. Thos. R. Hamers r. We f. Rigby s. R. Idaho Robert f. Fulton s. R. Chas. E. Holt s. R. Kootenai Nathan g. Sisson s. R. George r. Gray s. R. James a. Keat s. R. Latah John s. Randolph pm John c. Watt pm. William m. Morgan pm. N. J. Seat pm. John c. Elder pm. Lemhi John f. Allen sr., pm. John Mitchell pm. Lincoln a. S. Waters s. R. Nez Percey Albert h. Alford pm. Ira s. Sperry pm. Oneida John p. Thomas pm. James a Mcqurin pm. Owyhee Julius c. Hadley s. R. William i. Deary s. R. Shoshone a. C. Fuller pm. Thos. Clagett pm. E. J. Flannigan pm. William r. Goldsmith pm. Washington William Blacks a Reil e. Wilson s. R. Essay on babies. Babies in Gin i ally Yung except once in a while Yew see babies about 15 or 20 years old but the reel genuine baby thet you Kin Here half a mile away in Aluz Young. The expression on a baby a face in a Good Deel like the expression on an Orange. Baby a have a Vezy High forced it goes rite Over to the Back of ther neck. They Are Aluz Bald Heded and Mouth in the most Handy thing a baby Hez got he puts his hands feet the dogs tale Jack Ives spools and tin monkeys and everything else he Kin git into it. Baby a done to no nothing hut the Aluz think they Duz. You never saw a baby but thet you see it Waz the Best baby you Ever see. This is a new departure e received two weeks ago the largest candles Ever transported Over the Union pad he. Net weight 45 pounds. A record will be kept of the exact number of hours and minutes it will Burn. Each purchaser of or More will be entitled to Register a a a guess of length of time Candle will Burn and to the lady amp and gentleman coming nearest we offer the following prizes to the lady her Choice of any jacket or Cape in the House. To the gentleman his Choice of any overcoat in the House. To a girl her Choice of any jacket or cloak in the House. To a boy his Choice of any Hoys overcoat or suit in the House. C. Bunting amp co. Given away Christmas Eye. The largest Ever a Blackfoot every 50 a amp Cash Purchase entitles you to a Chance to this elegant everything needed for the holidays. A scientific note. In your Issue of october 29, in your a scientific notes a you quote from the a scientific american a a the crystalline Lens of the Eye like the camera causes the image of an object to appear inverted upon the Retina. Psychologists have yet to explain Why we see things right Side up instead of in the inverted position Etc a m. Ganot a French scientist some years ago explained it and his explanation has been generally received among scientists. We will say that a Ray of Light coming from an object to the Eye makes a path the Eye looks Back along that path and sees the position of the object. Now the rays of Light from the top of an object make a path straight to the upper part. Hence the lower part of the Retina looks Back along the path of the Light that strikes it the top of the object is seen in its True position and the upper part of the Retina traces Back the path of the Light that strikes it to the lower part of the object from which the Light emanated and sees it in its True position so the Eye natus ally sees the object upside right and does not have to learn it from experience to reverse the image so with the right and left sides and All sides Dii etly opposite each other. I am not certain that m. Ganot was the first to explain this but think he was. The Eye however cannot really Trace the path of the Light hut it can Only feel the impinging of the Light on the Retina and judge its direction As a Blind person can judge the direction of a flying Ball which he catches in his hands by the feeling of the . H. Randle. Brn h. Pernish you did and you think of buying a stove either steel Range or heat stove you want to see our prices my having determined to. H. Iff i it a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a j�544i4 444 j5544444 t our entire line of stoves people of note. There is to be a social dance at the Blackfoot House next Friday evening december 11th, or. Charles James Branch Bishop of Antigua who has just died had a pent the whole of his ministerial life in the West indies and was beloved by All classes. John Warwick the. Telegraph superintendent of the Midland railway of England who died recently was the inventor of the Block system used on Many european railways. Prof. Andrew Seth who holds the chair of philosophy in the University of Edinburgh once held by sir William Hamilton is now in this country and is the guest of president Schurman of Cornell University. J. M. Barrie visited Smith College recently with George w. Cable whose guest he was. He made a Little speech in which he said that he had never before been called a Jon to speak to 900 hrs All at once and he found it a Little hard. A a 4 we will sell stoves lower than anyone. Did not conclude to do this until after 4 4 4 t 4 4 e 4 4 4 t getting our Winter us consisting of a about 50 stoves. This is a genuine offer and All we ask is for you to come and see our prices. We also have a full Stock of Wash boilers Coffee boilers ? Tea Kettle pots griddles t skillets stovepipe elbows and. A 5 .5, .j$�4444444 444 4 4 44 4 everything in the line As cheap 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 t 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 f 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 or cheaper than anyone. Blackfoot Idaho

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