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Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - December 26, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoThe Royal italians. Some Good stories about Victor Emmanuel. Flow Bis majesty earned eight Soldis the i Tiee dreads getting fat the failing of her House buys no More pugs. T is Well known that the Queen dreads becoming Stout. It is a family feature of this Royal House says a Gres Soney correspondent of the London d a i 1 Tyg news. Her love of the mountains is partly due to the fact that High till is considered Victor Emmanuel in time grew inconveniently Stout. He had an Odd shooting attendant named Giuseppe to whom he appealed on one occasion a a Giuseppe they say i be grown fat. Bit True a Giuseppe and the King had travelled far from the rest of the shooting party and Giuseppe was supplying the place of the Kings Valet at the final halt. A a you re As fat As a pig Siergy in patois a said Giuseppe who was no courtier. The King told the Story with great glee. Giuseppe s first introduction to his Liege lord was due to his being a mighty Hunter. The King wished to shoot Over mountains rarely visited. Kis keepers said no one was so much at Home in those particular peaks As a Giuseppe the he was accordingly summoned. The rough Diamond was a splendid shot and a racy character. The King liked him from the first. In an Early expedition the King stumbled on the face of a dangerous Cliff. And Giuseppe gripped him and Flung his majesty sprawling on a Rock. A courtier would probably out of deference have let the King slip through his Finger to certain death being plumped Down unceremoniously on a jagged surface vastly astonished Victor Emanuel but after a moment even the very roughness of the proceeding amused him. On one occasion he invited this Mountaineer to come Down As keeper to one of the Royal forests he a should he Well paid a should have a a Good House a Etc. A a in a rather not a said Giuseppe a a in a attached to these mountains. Id never feel at Home anywhere Rise. But a he added a Bright idea striking him a if you want to do something for me you could give me six Swiss cows and rebuild my and the King sent Giuseppe the six Fine Swiss cows. In the neighbourhood of Queen Margherita there is a Buzz of Royal stories Here is another of that ardent sportsman her father in Law and Uncle Victor Emma Intel had As usual distanced his keep is. He was alone. He shot a Bird which fell in a very a Handy spot. He sat Down till some one should a 33 Ifor already he was far from slim. Soon a peasant appeared. The King hailed him. A a in la give you a lira if you la bring me that a a lira is Little enough for risking ones neck a said the peasant a make it the King agreed. When the Man brought the game taking Hie Money he said a you have a full Pouch there. You might halve your breakfast with the King unrolled his bundle. It contained two onions a big bit of cheese and the size of six bricks of dry bread. He divided fairly with the peasant who said Quot you must be a poor fellow like myself to have no better breakfast. Take Back your Money i would not have asked for it but i thought you were some Rich Victor Emmanuel was very abstemious. In Milan life saved by dog. Barked until to attracted the Atten Tion of the police. A Little wandering homeless common dog dodging everyone it met on the Street lest a blow should be aimed at it used to nothing but. Kicks and curses from the great animal called Man has at last shown its Worth in a Way that will assure it hereafter a permanent Home among friends says the Louisville courier journal. Louis Carr a Painter was painting the rear of a vacant House belonging to l. Store in Clay Street Between Green and Jefferson streets one Day recently. He was far up the ladder just under the roof and painting vigorously to finish up by noon. Rather than go All the Way Down to a Nove the ladder to another place he was reaching far out and painting. Suddenly he discovered that the ladder was slipping and having no time to descend he caught the eaves of the House with his hands. The ladder slipped from under his feet and fell to the ground leaving him helpless hanging about thirty five feet in mid air. He called loudly for help time and again but no one heard the cries and being at the rear of the House could not be seen. The Little dog heard him however and sneaked around the House to see what was up. He saw there was a great Deal up and began to bark loudly. As lie would sit beneath Carr his barks would ring out sharply for a torrent and then end with a Long passionate Liol. He would then run around the House toward the Clay Street police station which is directly across the Street give a few Sharp barks there and run again to his old position under the dangling Man where he would Send out his plaintive Appeal More desperately than before. This attracted the attention of the police and although not understanding dog language they easily guessed there was something wrong. Accordingly several of them ran Over to the House and patrolman Frink Haffner opened the Back Gate. They took in the situation and the ladder was soon under the Many a feet so he descended with safety. Carr said that he had been hanging from the eaves for about ten minutes and had not help arrived when it did he would surely have fallen from sheer exhaustion. He declares he will keep and raise the dog with care and tenderness and hereafter if anyone wants a Good fight on Liis hands All he will have to do will be to hit carry a dog. Life in the great cities. Its tendency is enervated Salt not to tons. And As to the tendency of the growth of cities to enervated nations there is no proof of it at All unless we identify the life of great cities with the passion for idleness and pleasure and self indulgence which sometimes but by no Means universally accompanies their growth says the London Spectator. When you get a Large proletariat living As that of ancient Rome and possibly of Nineveh and Babylon did on the alms of the Rich and powerful then no doubt you have the conditions of a thoroughly unnatural and unhealthy life and no one can wonder at the rapid decay of such cities and of the nations which gloried in them. But where the honest working class far outnumbers the proletariat where the Middle classes of distributors and manufacturers and professional men Are laborious and energetic and even the class that lives 011 its accumulated wealth contains a considerable sprinkling of serious and disinterested workers we do not believe that there is the smallest evidence of any greater danger in the life of the City than in the life of the agricultural Village or the pastoral tribe. Indeed we should regard Oliver Schreinert a picture of the he dined 011 a Large mess of risotto a life of the modern Boers As indicating preparation of Rice Saffron Etc. The a condition of things More prolific of Cook from a restaurant famous for morbid elements with its almost com this Lombard dish went to the Palace pm Ete absence of any stirring or Active to prepare it daily. At gala dinners intelligence than any kind of modern the King Only pretended to eat having had his quantum of Rice already in private. At Turin he dined often est on onion soup. Another shooting Story of the late King. His majesty and a Painter were in a Remote District an old peasant shouted a you have a gun. Can you shoot there a a Fox that a doing me a lot of mischief. Ill Tell you what i ii do. If you bring him to me dead mind you ill let you have a done a cried his Majes by. Next Day. At a ministerial Council the King showed eight Soldi saying a there is the first Money i Ever earned in my and he told How he shot the Fox a proceeding which makes it Fox Hunter feel faint but they say it has to be done in the Alps. There Are some people will life that is honestly laborious at All. The Boer life is too sleepy too destitute of stirring thought or Effort to be altogether natural. It needs at least the old element of danger and necessary vigilance to Render it even Gram ing. Chain lightning. An extraordinary lightning Story is told by a correspondent of the English scientific journal. Nature. He says that during the evening of september 9th last while a violent Thunder storm was raging he saw eight strange lightning flashes having a a Chain formation with Large elliptical links and of a Golden yellow these a a flashes were justify astonishingly slow As a one of them fratricide. The Queen has bought no took slightly Over a minute to pour pugs thi3 year. They say her majesty from the Clouds to the Edge of the Val recon mended King Humbert a hair Dye i Ley opposite this singular the King has suddenly turned quite Whit and he dyed or painted the ebon face of a pug White and sent the canine favorite into the Queens presence. Somehow or other the pugs have since gone quite out of favor. It is her opinion at the present time that no Reform movement is fully equipped unless it has brakes 011 to. A you see a she explained a i tried to Reform a of course said the engaged girl that a what you married him for Wasny to it a a Well not entirely a answered the Young married woman hesitatingly. A and of course you did no to succeed a put in the older married woman a i did at least i got him started and now there a no stopping him. You see i got him to Stop drinking first. He did no to drink much anyway hut i got him to Stop it entirely and for a few weeks he was so Cross and irritable that i almost regretted that i d done it. But he got Over that and i was so pleased with my Success that i undertook to get him to Stop smoking. He said he Felt so much better since he stopped drinking that he was beginning to believe there was a Good Deal of Benefit to be derived from abstemious Ness and he stopped smoking. It was three months before he was in tit condition to inhabit the same House with a human being and two or three things that a girl is naturally interested in we have to turn to a part of the paper devoted to men to find anything about any of these a ooh that is natural just now. You see a a a there a no politics 011 that Page either a interrupted the girl in bloomers. A you cannot find out How to Register or in what colors the ballots will to get printed or whore the speeches Are being made or anything else that is interesting. Then there Isnit any Golf news or Tennis news or anything of that sort nothing but a lot of a Tuff about Homes and gowns and husbands and other trash that no one cares anything about. What is needed is a woman s Page that is devoted to matters that women Are really interested in to fashions that they will Wear to bicycle schools instead of kindergartens. You see we be been moving too fast for these editors at least some of us i suppose we might As Well get used to it. The Bride has to furnish practically everything else for the modern fashionable wedding including n dowry that is big enough for two with additions later. She might As Well furnish the ring he did t proposed not just then. He tense to y by a a Ting a a outrageous a times i begged him for heavens Sake to go to smoking again but lie would a you ought to be gratified to think that you have so much influence with him a said the engaged girl. A it must be very Gratifying to have a husband who neither smokes nor drinks a said the older married woman. A there Are not very Many of a a it a a Good thing a returned the Young woman bitterly. A Good thing a exclaimed both the others. A yes a Good thing a repeated the Young married woman with emphasis. A a Reform movement that you can to Stop when you want to is one of the most annoying and disagreeable tilings that it is possible to have around the House. My husband thinks lie feels so much better that he has become a Crank. He does no to believe in Pepper 01 condiments of any description any More and has instructed me to dispense with them entirely in the a outrageous a a the considers Coffee injurious and wont have it 011 the table and he insists that Candy will drive any woman to an Early a preposterous a a Wisn t it but there does t seem to be any help for it. Lie s says that now he a started he a going to Reform the household from top to a a that a the Way with men my dear. You marry one to Reform him and he thinks you have married him to be and the older married woman looked very Wise while the engaged girl looked in the direction of a Box of Bon Bons 011 the table and began to think that possibly she would be better not to try to Reform Harry at All. Early morning Ting a King Ling Ling 1 a Ling a confound that alarm clock a he exclaimed As lie turned Over in bed. A there is never a morning that i done to regret that i Over permitted it to come into the a permitted it a repeated his wife in a drowsy Way As if she were too sleepy to enter a vigorous protest and yet Felt that she ought not to let such a statement go unchallenged. A you bought it yourself. No Oue else wanted such a clanging thing in the a Well its the Only thing in the House that 1 can rely upon a he retorted. A i admit that i regret it when it gets after me in the morning sometimes but when 1 get thoroughly waked up i realize its value. There Isnit anything else in the House that in t More or less affected by the weather. If it Isnit just As Light is you think it ought to be you turn Over and go to sleep again. If the Sun stayed behind a Cloud and i did no to have this alarm clock the chances Are i would sleep until noon. You have to see just so much Light shining in the window or you wont believe its time to get up and that is where the alarm clock comes in. You knew i wanted to get tip Early this morning but i will bet i be awake now if it had been left to a that is right a she admitted. A i would not have waked you up at this time. Liat time is it anyway a a six o clock a he answered promptly. A that was the time i set the alarm clock a i did not ask you about the alarm clock a she retorted As she made herself As comfortable As possible under the bedclothes while he got up and began to dress. A i asked you what time it was. It is dark enough to be a you heard the clock go off did t you a he asked sarcastically. A Are you Flint of it deemed it Wise to give the matter fur ther thought. Experiences with burglars. Tragic Story and another with a a morons Side. Burglar stories Are Rife nowadays there Are a Hundred experiences told of burglars or would be burglars for every robbery and those Are numerous. One of these is a True Story and of a double tragedy. It is a Story of the rash use of firearms. It was a Young Man who discovered the burglar. He heard first a slight noise outside the House was sure he heard Steps and looking out saw a Light. He aimed at the Light As he took his revolver and fired. There was no further noise and he went to sleep Content that he had frightened away the burglar if there had been one. In the morning it was found that ids revolver had done Good execution a Man heavily armed and Well supplied with burglars tools was found dead outside the House door. It was a great Shock to the Man who had killed him. He had killed a human being in cold blood and he was inconsolable. He was a Tine Young fellow with a life of Promise before him. It was in vain that his friends endeavoured to console him by saying that the Man was evidently desperate and other lives might have been taken if he had been allowed to carry out his plans. But the murderer As he considered himself was not to be comforted. He became the victim of settled melancholy and before the end of a year he had succumbed to his feelings. Another Story has a comic Side. She was a Nice old lady who never missed an Opportunity to Laud the Virtues of her departed spouse. A Friend seeing a heavy Cane standing at the head of her bed one Day remarked upon it a yes a said the widow a James always kept it there in Case of burglars. James was very Brave. Why i remember one night we heard a noise in the House and we thought burglars might be around James got up a the visitors listened cold chills in anticipation of a thrilling Story creeping up and Down the spine a James got up a went 011 the Story Teller a and slammed our bedroom door As hard As he could Ami locked York times. The struggling Young author. Not up to Date the girl in bloomers was thoroughly disgusted. She had devoted herself to a woman a Magazine for a matter of half an hour or so and had tried the woman s Page of a daily newspaper. A Wjt seems an outrage that they should impose upon us to such ail extraordinary extent a she said at last As lie threw Down the paper. Tho girl in the Tennis suit looked at her inquiringly. A tin y make such a pretence of getting up news especially for us sex stumping. A a he your husband been stumping any this fall a asked the candidate anxiously. A a no sir he ainu to answered the Good woman. A a he a dug Kis potatoes and stacked his Corn but he Ain t Goin to stumping till after election the stumps come out easier after its free press. This singular Aco unt becomes More interesting since a later correspondent of the same journal has testified to its substantial accuracy from his own observations of similar streams of lightning. He adds however that he has never seen the a a chains form but has witnessed the spectacle of a thick Stream pouring slowly Down a in the sort of curve which liquid takes from a overflow of spirits. A get yourself full of your subject a Baid the professor. A saturate yourself with it. And then your essay will write a yes. 1 know professor a said Misu colespring a but my e3say is on cause of it new York re order. Oddest Monument in the w orld. Perhaps one of the oddest monuments is the Tablet in a Berkshire Church in memory of a Soldier who had his left leg taken off a by the above the actual Cannon Ball being inserted a the Dis Patch. He liitle n dive for Iii \ Ohl banking a combination of woman a intuition and a Cloudy morning against the unequivocal assertion made by taht clock a a ooh i suppose the clocks All right a she answered carelessly As if it were a matter of Small importance anyway a but i would have More Confidence in it this morning if i Hadnot seen the children playing with it last night after you had set it. Somehow that seems to have destroyed my Confidence 1 t 111 a at the first mention of the children he Luid made a dive for his Vest to Eon Salt his watch and before she could finish a Man about half dressed was moving rapidly in the direction of the children a room with Ore Large Slipper held aloof in his right hand. The sounds that preceded from the children a room a moment thereafter awakened All the neighbors and set them to guessing what the children have done to deserve such sever�1 Pun Isle Lieut at to o clock in the morning. He expresses some View concern Lii a Ilie Reading of manuscripts. A i have heard people say said the struggling Young author a that they thought what manuscripts they had sent to the publisher had been returned to them unread. I think they must be mistaken about this. My own impression is that the manuscripts Are always read and i say this after an unbroken experience of manuscripts returned. It would be the height of Folly after the publisher Hail spent a lot of Money for wading through the great mass of stuff submitted in the Hope of finding gems it would be the height of Folly not to winnow the stuff carefully. I believe the work is carefully and faithfully done. A ooh i dare say that after a Reader had read about forty successive manuscripts from the same contributor not one of them revealing tiie faintest gleam of humor or the slightest scintilla of common sense i dare say lie might when lie came to the forty first manuscript now and then skip a Dot Over one of the is 01% possibly not Stop to scan closely the Cross on every to but what 1 mean to say is head read it fairly no doubt of that. A no sir the things Are read i�?T111 sure of that but Are they read appreciatively a a a aha that a the question a a new York Sun. A ii Iii t al y n tul in filter began it i a Cipuk sex Ting. Claimed the girl in bloomers a and in variably fail so a Why the fashion Page the girl in the Tennis suit by Way of protest. A absolutely broke a nothing but valueless and uni Terin the girl in bloomers gowns gowns gowns expensive hilarity. A Uncle Simon what is a Blase a a it is when a fellow gets so Low Spiri Terl that nothing but a Steamboat explosion will make him anal lingerie and lace and not one word about or or what really interests us now. Why half the things i Wear Are not mentioned on woman a pages or in woman a evening Dost. A ooh explained the girl in the Tennis suit a you must not forget that it is Only ree it it lev that you began to or Wear a but it is not entirely a matter of bifurcation either protested the girl i bloomers. There is very Little about yachting Caps Golf Caps Fedora hats toe clips. Handle bars Road records Diamond frames centuries cigarette knee action Necktie Ami All the other w by not lie bad some thoughts of proposing. It. Was natural that his thoughts should take some such course for her Fortune was figured at something Over a million while Hilt was figured at something less than $9.titi a nor at that moment although he probably would a in have admitted it. Then it was that the subject of conversation drifted round to engagement rings and lu1 mentioned filial in some countries men wore them. A and the strange feature of it All la said a that tho girls provide a yes Quot she returned inter Roga 1 ively. A a ooh. he replied promptly. A i j can show you extracts from books to 1 prove it. In addition to referring you to people who know All Almut it them i a what of it she asked somewhat coldly. He was a trifle staggered by both the manner and the question but he endeavoured to make the Besto it. A ooh nothing much a he answered a nov it d it of not seem exactly most natural thing in the she Assort no. A Law. Now. You Don t really think that is exactly the proper thing do you a he asked rather disconcerted. A Why not a he made a Hasty Effort to collect his a thoughts and then suggested that it seemed to be expecting too much of a one of Gros Mithus jokes. Or. George Grossmith occasionally permits himself some relaxations from his labors in amusing the Public. The other evening at a big a at Home a he got behind the supper table in line with the waiters and tried to look As like one As possible. Presently there approached him a military looking old gentleman. Taking up a wine Glass he extended it to the supposed waiter saying a will you please give me a Glass of Champagne a a no sir a said Grossmith assuming an air of righteous indignation a i certainly will not. Y of have had More than is Good for the guest stared in amazement put Down the empty Glass and walked Telegraph. About coughs colds and la Grippe. Mrs. Hannah Shepard 304 North i6thst., Omaha neb., writes a about four years ago i was taken with la Grippe and after recovering i had a very bad cough. I i coughed almost continually Ever since. I tried several doctors and various cough medicines but could not get any Relief. Your s lung Balm was recommended to me and after taking one package the Tough left me entirely and i consider myself entirely cured. I cheerfully recommend your or. Kay Slung Balm to All who Are in the very bad condition that 1 a see advertisement. A handsome Monument. A Budapest correspondent of the Philadelphia Ledger says a the Monument to Empress Maria Theresa which is being erected at the ancient Coronation City of Presburg on the Danube will be one of the handsomest raised to commemorate the millennium. The elaborate work it has engendered is approaching completion but the executive committee fear that the Date fixed for unveiling will have to be postponed until the Spring of next year girl. A such things seem to come More i More gracefully from the lie said. A perhaps you Are right a she answer i de. A tut its a Mere trifle anyway and tie Telegraph a of the Dezeri. A yes a said Joseph Donner. Superintendent of Telegraph for the Southern Pacific Railroad a Telegraph poles along the line have a hard time. Particularly is this so out West where the poles Are costly and stations Are few am far Between. Now out in tlu1 Arizona desert the poles Are played the Deuce with generally. There is a sort of Woodpecker that picks hit posts absolutely to pieces thinking there May be inserts inside of the Wood. They hear tie humming and Haven t sense enough to know what causes it. Then near the Hills the Black bears imagine that each pole contains a swarm of bees and they climb to the top and Elnicw the Glass insulators to pieces but thu sandstorms Are the things that create the most havoc. When the wind blows strongly tho Sand is drifted at a rapid rate and the groins Cut away the Wood at a fear Ful rate. It was a <0111111011 thing to have an Oak pole worn to a shaving in a Day s time while 1 have seen Puta just ground to the surface of the Earth during a single storm. Things got so bad out there that the company decided to substitute steel poles for the Oak and Cedar but that did t remedy the evil at All. The Sand just wore away the Metal 011 each Side of Ilie pole until the Center was As Sharp As a razor and All the indians in the country used to it shave uie selves on the Edge we finally managed to fix things. We just painted the poles with soft pitch. Thu pitch caught the Sand and now every pole is about two feet thick and solid As a Rock Quot new Orleans times Democrat merchants hotel Omaha. Corner fifteenth and Farnam its. A Street cars pass the door to and from both depots in business Center of City. Headquarters for state and local Trade. Rates $2 and s3 per Day. Paxton it pc Davenport prop s. I11 merry England. Indianapolis journal a Why a asked the visiting american a Why do you Fellows always turn to the left on the Road a a because a said the resident englishman a it is eight Days afterwards the True born briton suddenly scandalized the congregation by laughing aloud in the midst of services. It had dawned on him that he had made a Pun. Cont tobacco spit and smoke your life away. If you want to quit tobacco using easily and forever regain lost manhood be made Well Strong magnetic Juii of now Lite and vigor take no to Bac the wonder worker that makes weak men Strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten Days. Over 400, cured. Buy no to bad from your druggist who will guarantee Acure. Booklet and Sample mailed tree. Address a Sterling remedy co., Chicago or n new York. On growing old. They say i am growing old because my hair is silvered and there Are crowds feet on my forehead and my step is not so firm and elastic As before but they Are mistaken. That is not me. The Knees Are weak but the Knees Are not me. The brow is wrinkled but the brow is not me. This is the House i live in. But i am Young �?3 younger than i Ever was Guthrie. When bilious or Ostive eat Cascaret Candy cathartic cure guaranteed. 10c, 25c. A moving motion. A girls of the jury a exclaimed the to useless for the defense. A we Are guilty of murdering our husband and four children but we plead extenuation. We look perfectly Lovely in it was evident that the twelve Good women and True were profoundly Tribune. To cure a cold in one Day. Take laxative Bromo quinine tablets. All druggists refund the Money if it fails to cure 25c Longfellow s literary life covered a period of forty years. The experience of those who have been cured of scr Fula Catarrh rheumatism by hoods Sarsaparilla and obtain like Benefit yourself. Sarsaparilla is the bests in fact the one True blood purifier. Haahs a Pille do not purge pain or x too cd 25 Rolls Orine. All . 25c. Are the boys to pump water and Cut feed by Lump tit la Winter or have Auger motor oiled with a motor 11 it never Vii freezes n05 thickens. In &5iral Cai Isby ii up. Dealers. /0 Branch houses. One near you. . Slakes du31 Ness an1> shorthand collage actual of a Fiji the Start. Teach business by doing business. Also thorough instruction in ail branches by mail. Lite scholarship a it six mods course we. Cor. Kish and Cape tol ave Omaha. Omaha stove repair works stove the pull for any al Nils Stow 1207 Douglas st., 6maha, Ned. Game wanted. Butter. Kurg. Poultry veal Etc. H highest prices. J Ames a. Clark co. Commission merchant 31731� s. In Tel st. Omaha. Nebraska. P pensions patents claims. John w. Morris, c. Late principal examiner u. S. Pension Bur ran. 3/rs. In Lait War 1a�djud�c�iug claims air. A inc. Opium Halil cured. Eid. In 1x71, thousands cured. Cheapest and beat cure. Erik trial. State Case. Or. Marsh Quincy Mich. Fresh oysters s King Cole anti monopoly Oyster House mail a neb. 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