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Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - September 5, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoVol. 10.Blackfoot, Bingham county Idaho saturday september 5, 1896. No. 15 items of local interest. Remember the operetta at the opera House tonight. Miss Eva Rogers returns to st. Margaret a school Boise next week. Mrs. Jule Bassett came Down from Beaver to hear mrs Catt a lecture thursday evening everybody learns a Little every Day and some people seem to strive to make it As Little As possible. The state medical society will hold its annual session at Boise next week. The infant child of or. And mrs. Archie Bennett died Friday morning. Mel Lieke a Mill will begin grinding next week. He has received a few loads of new wheat. This is the season when House keep ers declare there Are 16 flies in the House to 1 on the outside. Attorney Dietrich has gone to Fremont county for a few Days. Fred Vogler will return to the Challis country next week. M. A Senter cashier first National Bank Pocatello left today Friday for the East to be gone several weeks. Miss Andersons school at Ross Fork Agency began last tuesday. A land contest Case brought Down a number from Idaho Falls Friday. Bryan a crowds now cover ten acre Fields. Chairman Mcgee is arranging a program of places and dates for or. Stern Enburg for the Campaign. The state grand Lodge of Odd Fellows will Convene at Boise october 20. The democrats and populists have agreed upon terms of fusion in Nebraska we. J. Kerr president of the Brigham College at Logan gave the news office a Short Call thursday. Senator Dubois went South on thursday mornings train to be absent a few Days. Mrs. Catt said in her address thursday evening that she had attended the Boise conventions and found it easier to fuse than to split after fusion. The Salmon City recorder gives Mckinley less than 175 votes in Lemhi county out of a possible 1000 votes. A capt. Gunn will soon take the stump for the fusion ticket. He surrenders his editorial pen after this weeks Issue of the Sentinel. Somebody set fire to and destroyed Joe Rodgers sheep Corral vats and Wool Baler in Custer county a few nights ago. Vermont a state election tuesday gave the republicans a plurality of 38,000, which was a gain Over the election of two years ago. Reports from Kootenai county Tell it that Hon. A. A. Crane was burned in effigy on his return Home from Boise for deserting the Silver forces. If the democrats elect a majority of representatives in Congress in november Dick Bland will be the speaker. That a our prediction. Arthur Whittier has returned from the National Park. He says he had a most enjoyable time and would like to go every year. The District court at Paris Bear Lake county sent three convicts to the Penitentiary one for 20 years and two for one year each. Bryan a journey through Ohio was one grand ovation. If curiosity was the Only incentive of the people to see and hear the a orator of the Platte a then curiosity is a Power in the land and or. Bryan is a Power to awaken it. Gene a Buckner the nominee for Vic president on the Indianapolis ticket knows How to surrender As gracefully As any candidate in the Field. The history of fort Donaldson shows that fact. Every preparation is being made at democratic Headquarters Boise City for a most vigorous Campaign. The Best speakers of the party will be in the Field and every county will be visited and informed on the issues. Mrs. Catt of the woman s National suffrage association spoke to a Good audience in the court House thursday evening. Mrs. Catt is a ready fluent and pleasant speaker and next to mrs. Johns is the Best representative of her cause who has Ever visited Blackfoot. Judge Stevens has very wisely closed doors against a permits 1 to teachers in Bingham county. If a teacher cannot win a certificate at an examination to teach then it would be an injustice to patrons and pupils to Grant such an one a permit. A in dare a imling to Boise City ladies have entered the race for school trustees. The election comes off next monday and two ladies Are publicly announced As candidates and Are actively at work in the Campaign for the offices. Fred h. Auerbach the head of the big dry goods firm of Auerbach bros., balt Lake City died suddenly in new York tuesday afternoon of this week. Salt Lake City Utah and the surrounding country Are losers by his death. He was a True Man. H. B. Garletz and family will come up from their Tilden ranch and occupy the s. G. Fisher residence during the fall and Winter. They will reach Blackfoot about the 15th inst. Sex congressman Breckenridge was not allowed to appear at the big mass meeting at Indianapolis tuesday Eyen ing several bodies of women protested against his appearance As bad politics to allow him to address the meeting. President Tanner of Utah agricultural College delivered a splendid address on a a education at the court House Blackfoot tuesday evening. Or. Tanner is a cultured and travelled gentleman and while his theme was an old and hackneyed one he presented it in such a Light As to please every one in his audience. All Blackfoot should have heard him. Commissioner Browning of the Indian department Washington d. C., visited Ross Fork Agency wednesday. Or. Browning is in the West on business and pleasure and while passing through Idaho stopped a Day to look Over the situation at Ross Fork. It is the first time in the history of the Agency that it has been visited by a commissioner a big chief of All of Uncle same a tribes of indians. Capt. O. G. W. Eichelberger and wife left Pocatello thursday for Bryan Ohio where they go to make their permanent Home. Capt. Eichelberger came to Idaho 10 years ago a3 clerk at Ross Fork Indian Agency. Afterwards he purchased the Pocatello Herald but a few years ago sold it to a Syndicate in that town. Two years ago he was stricken with paralysis and has been a helpless sufferer Ever since. Judge Stevens made final proof thursday on one of the Best Timber claims in the state. According to numbers per acre and size of Trees it is not surpassed by any claim of record in the local land office. Or. Poynter of the Asylum will leave for st. Louis on the 15th inst. Where he will enter College and take a course in Medicine and surgery. Or. Poynter has made Many friends in Idaho by his strict attention to business and his gentlemanly deportment who follow him with their Best wishes for Success in the profession and through life. Or. R. V. Williams an evangelist of new York City will speak at the methodist Church next sunday morning and evening. The morning subject will be a the blessedness of overcoming a and in the evening on a the blood of Jesus or. Williams will also lecture on a infidelity or christianity which a at the same place on next monday evening at 8 of clock. Admission free collection taken. All our citizens Are cordially invited to attend. Some one reported that Jacob Marion of Marion w. Va., had bolted and would vote for Mckinley. Jacob says a i am 105 years old and have tried to make my peace with my god and my fellow men but i can lick the fellow who started that lie on this is Jacobs first appearance in politics in Over a press. The Well caved in. The Little 15-months-old baby of or. And mrs. Staley of the West Side fell into a shallow Well first of the week and the sides caved in on it burying it for nearly an hour. The parents worked frantically the while to Rescue the baby and Only succeeded when the spark of life had almost gone. By restoratives rubbing and warm applications it revived and is now quite Well again. The Indianapolis ticket. The Gold Standard democrats in convention at Indianapolis nominated John m. Palmer of Illinois for president and Gene a. Simon p. Buckner of Kentucky for vice president. The platform declares for a single Gold stand with such subsidiary coinage As is necessary without disturbing the parity. It does not mention Intel National agreement and makes no reference to the income tax. The Tariff Plank is the same As the one in the Maine sound Money platform. A narrow escape. Gorton Kirkpatrick second son of or. And mrs. Marshall Kirkpatrick came near losing an Eye wednesday morning. He had taken a horse to water and returning to the Corral stooped to pass Between two barbed wires when the horse suddenly pulled Back throwing him upon one of the barbs which stuck in the Eye lid Between the lash and the brow and Cut through to the Bone above tearing its Way for an Inch or More. Or. Moore was summoned and sewed the torn parts together but the Little fellow will suffer Many Days before the wound is healed. A close Call for life. Or. R. Wernike with a party of friends was paying a visit to Shoshone Falls one of americans greatest wonders last week. One morning he took an Early stroll among the rocks a Short distance above the thundering Cataract. He stood for a time on one of the High promontories being so impressed with the grandeur of the scene that he was lost in reverie and started absentminded to descend. As he reached the Bank of the River he tripped and fell his head striking a projecting limb cutting a bad Gash. He reeled and fell unconscious into the River and his body started towards the Falls. Fortunately a Little girl saw him strike the water and gave the alarm. Several men at once rushed to the River and succeeded in rescuing or. Wernike. His body was slowly moving towards the Falls and a few feet further would have been picked up by a swifter current. No human Power could have saved him then. The Point where he was pulled out was Only about 20 Yards from the statesman. Fort Hall news. The summer vacation is Over. The school opened with thirty scholars on tuesday last. Or. Mingus of Blackfoot Sun Dayed Here on sunday last. Mrs. Locke who has been quite ill is much better at this writing. The new teacher who will take prof. G. G. Davis place will be Here in a few Days. Or. Ira Funkhauser has done a neat Job of painting in the different buildings. Or. Levi Levering who was at Boise City last week came Back on tuesday afternoon. He said a the people treated me As though i am misses m. Ramsey and f. Teter who spent the most of the summer vacation in the National Park came Back last Friday morning and reported having a Good time. Kagaha. Done to live a single hour of your life without doing just exactly what is to be done in it and going straight through it from beginning to end. Work play study whatever it is take hold at once and finish it up squarely then to the next thing without letting any moments drop Between. It is wonderful to see How Many hours these prompt people contrive to make of a Day it is As if they sipped up the moments the Dawd lers lost. And if Ever you find yourself where there Are so Many things pressing upon you that you hardly know where to begin let me Tell you a secret take hold of the very first one that comes to hand and you find the rest All fall in line like a company of Well drilled soldiers and though work May be hard to meet when it charges in a squad it is easily vanquished when you bring it in line. You May often have seen the anecdote of the Man who was asked How he accomplished so much in his life. A my father taught me a was the reply a when i had anything to do to go and do there is the secret. The magic word a now a make sure however that what is to be done ought to be done. A never put off till tomorrow what you can do today a but done to do what you May live to regret. However do not waste any valuable time studying Over the question but neither should you do anything in too great haste. Make every moment valuable. Make each moment bring its . Roentgen rays have been used to take pictures of Flowers. They show the ovules inside the ovary in an unopened Bud the seed even the Aie a Lyo fice t miss d decorating and Wate anted. Seen at from be vessel and metals of the surrender of the legislative ticket to the populists by the democrats at the late convention was the poorest kind of party generalship. If. Under agreement the populists were entitled to the u. S. Senator it did not follow that they were entitled to All the legislation of the session. The state expected better things of the party. If we elect or. Steunenberg governor and we will we shall want some legislation in Harmony with his views of state matters. Under the agreement we have no Assurance of anything of the kind. The senator ship is As the Tail of legislative work and we should not have Given the whole hide to go along with the Tail. How colds Are taken. A person in Good health with fair play says the lancet easily resists cold. But when the health flags a Little and liberties Are taken with the stomach or the nervous system a chill is easily taken and according to the weak spot of the individual assumes the form of a cold or pneumonia or it May be jaundice. Of All causes of a cold a probably fatigue is one of the most efficient. A jaded Man coming Home at night from a Long Day s work a growing youth losing two hours sleep Over evening parties two or three times a week Young children overfed and with Short allowance of sleep Are common instances of the victims of luxury is favourable to chill taking very hot rooms Feather Beds and soft chairs create a sensitiveness that leads to Catarrh. It is not after ail the a a cold that is so much to be feared As the antecedent condition that give the attack a Chance of doing harm. Some of the worst a a colds happen to those who do not leave their houses or even their Beds and those who Are most Invulnerable Are often those who Are most exposed to changes of temperature and who by Good sleep cold bathing and regular habits preserve the tone of their nervous system and circulation. Probably Many chills Are contracted at night or at the fag end of the Day when tired people get the equilibrium of their circulation disturbed by either Over heated sitting Ritting rooms or under heated bedrooms and Beds. This is especially the Case with elderly people. In such cases the mischief is not always done instantaneously or in a single night. It often takes place insidiously extending Over Days or even weeks. G. H. Storer democratic nominee for state treasurer will attend the grand Lodge of masons at Boise next week. The directors of the insane Asylum will hold a special meeting to Day saturday. The business in the county auditors office was less in August than in any month in the past ten years. Reports from Oregon say that it. Hood passed through a mild volcanic eruption last week. On most voyages of a first class Ocean Steamer about 3,000 pieces of glassware and crockery Are broken. The various countries of the world now use 13,400 different kinds of postage Stamps. Miss Olivia Clemens eldest daughter of a Mark Twain a died at the family Home at Hatford Connecticut last week. Samuel f. Clemens was on his Way Home in response to a cablegram sent to England where he was resting of the homeward trip around the world. Notice. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned e j. Of Callaghan who was convicted of murder in the first degree and sentenced to life imprisonment at the May 1885 term of the 3rd judicial District court at Blackfoot Idaho will make application to the state Board of pardons at their next regular meeting at Boise Idaho in october for a Pardon. E. J. Of Callaghan. Boise City Idaho sept. 1st, 1896. Notice for publication. Land office at Blackfoot Idaho i september 4th, 1890. F notice is hereby Given that the following named settler has filed notice of Hie intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before the Register and receiver at Blackfoot Idaho on october 12th, 1896, Viz George a. Whitworth for the so a a Section 33, town ship g South and Lota 1 and 2, and no sej4, Section 4, township 7 South Range 39 East b. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land Viz John Balfour Albert Grant William West. William Smith All of Chesterfield Bannock ters county Idaho have a 580 h 750 a Jno. G. Brown Register. Ill l err o emt Rel y Clear out our line of tan shoes and Oxford ties men a women a and misses a All Are on Sale at m and in order to make room for our fall line of clothing Ive will give a a discount of 20 per cent.,for Cash on a Nasuit or pants in the House. Produce at Cash prices will be taken on the above. Bunting amp co. School supplies composition books tablets slates and slate pencils As cheap As the cheapest. Everything g for the school room. Lead pencils and erasers Ink and penholder blackboard erasers crayons in All colors and White in boxes sold by Ben h. Pernish. 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