Absolutely Independent Country People Eead ass On all questions whether t or Religious, Political,-Socia- l Is the BLAD3. ou aottd: "The Trutu Without Faar or Terms; $2.00 per year, in advance, Six month3, $1.00. r inn if 1111 n A in i 1 The BLADE Favor.. : ; ' NEPHI CITY, UTAH, SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. VOLUME III; on i ii inrrnninif w wir vrnfirinw mi n i J&v 1 NUMBER 26, 1895. or the I fffcirfS1; 20. EIGHTH CONVENTION A week from next Tuesday we TOte, Ladles Wraps very cheap at Excelsiqr, Onions for 50c per bushel. Inquire ;of !' A. Gadds. jO Trans-Mississip- UniQLD Commercial pi Congress.- Acting under authority of last. ConOne mora issue of The Blade and the gress, the Executive Coaimittee hereby fight will be ended. 50 points higher this week.! announce that the nest session of the are Politics Buy clottiing at Excelsior and get a The Excelsior is the place to get your Congress will convene in Omaha, on chance for $50.00 in gold. : shoes. MoLday, November 25th, 1805, and will C. r ' ff r.: V r ....!. ."!: , f - J:--- ;' ! i .?' V" i '", Who will be the Lueky Person? ILeryoiie lias a CJlisxxioe. Xt: willhave in Tbe a very large line of New, ;Hice, Nob-b- y Clothing. It was bought at pricey as low as Spot Cash could by it and will be sold at figures that1 defy competition. The Goods land Prices will be guaranteed to you and as a Special Inducement; for all to buy their Clothing of us, each per son buying a suit ,( whether ;childs boys' or mens') or a pair of mens pants- will be given rone chance for Fifty Dollars infU. S. Gold Coin to bo jYe - . presented to the lucky persotion Christmas eve. Do you" waut to be th possessor of Fuch a rich gift? "You may be if you. buy your clothing of us. This offer yill begin on September 27th and continue until Christmas.: L Suit cut to fit If you want a nice Tailor-Madin every particular we can please you, Laving of taken the agency of the Royal-Tailo- rs Chicago. Call and see samples. t e . Remember the $5o.oo Prize To be Given Away And. buy your Clothing of last Saturday. i yourWall Pap9r at Excelsior. Tney sen it very cneap. Get Chas. Price, Jr. . reported since to ,b8 seriously ill with typhoid fever, is Oil the improve and now able to be out 4f': doors. Three carff v of otimber and 'one of wool : ,j Tr.ii. C. Andrews tooa: the fleecesji the lumber ' f goes to the Nebo canal. Don't the people of Southernlltah knot sending they can save money and time by their mail orders to McNaiY 8$ LU2?T? Druggists, Nephf. contains the nat Renewer Hall's Hair ural food and color-mattfor the hair,' and medicinal herbs for the scalp, curing graynees baldness, dandruff, 'and scalp JK sores., W 3. Kennedy has moved his family this week from Payson, ad are now cozily settled in the old Timothy Hoyt, place, across tn Street from the tithing j yard stable. Art may make a pair oi pants, and at the same time charge yon, three prices for them. - not so with t nose at the They sll a pair of f 3.00 pants for i.50. Also a lull line ol ladies' wraps, lust in. The U. P. r car used by the Sanpete accomadate conference excur Val'ey tovras on Wednesday transferred sionists, from the narrow to the broad guage tracks and has been taken back to Salt Lake. ;.:."..;!.' nrw. er - . Uo-o- p. Call at the Nephi Co-o- p for reJPants. hate Just your They ceived, Vie Itest ever seeii in Nepftj, j for $1.50, tvorth $3.00,''.'-- - BUDE-ma- Leaders in Low Pribes. PYPER AT COOPER, &: o. Mrs. M. E. Neffi Andre w,.and daughjujrvj INancy are expected'home tomorrow from a week's sojourn in Salt Lake county principally at Sandy, the old home of the Neff iamily. They went overland thereby making it more convenient to Visit friends at Provo and other points along ' the road. Y r;y Thomas Broadhead was down the first Of the week from bis coal properties up Four Mile creek. The road to the mine will be finished this week. Tom didn't have much to say about coal, he was else of a more excitonto' something e nature-thprecious metals,' and ing after getting a few location notices started off in a direction that Ther Bladb agreed not to devulge until Thomas had invepti gated his find. We predicted oce Jake Israel would turn up all right when the Hen tribes' ' were found but friend Howard, of the Salina Press, knoeks our prognostication into pieces by the following. "Jake Israel sold fourteen Cooper wagons the first of the week, most of them going to points south. Jake isn't much of a politician j but when it comes to selling wagons' and farm machinery he is a thoroughbred.' The BLADE appreciates Jake's success. TSK Peess devil, James Freece, is sidk in bed this week and is ; bemoaning his fate in strong language. He attended the dance Friday night and walzed and Oa schottlsohed till'.bis back ached. Saturday night he carried a torch1 in the Republican parade and yelled for Wells continuously. It was enough to make anyone sick, the devil not excepted, and the wonder is that he is alive at ail. it is Jim will turn idter a hew leaf. likely that Salina Prea (Indv) A Greely Colorado, - maft; reports to this year a 'spud" that hae grown weighs 86 pbun3s. Thomas' Belliston came marching into The Bladb sanctum Saturday sholilderin g a potato that we at a glance W6s;'thev one adver thought tised in the Scientific Atnetlcan'not long Since, but Mr. Belliston vouches 'that it was grown in his garden along with many other larger ones, and that he has raised hundreds of bushels of the variety. The potato actually weighs font' pounds and three ounces, and is dti exhibition in The BLADE office. This bbtrito suits us for all ordinary purposes, but Colorado can go to the head.' Can any 0tah farm' ers beat it.v YYY n O. Hi Pulver, fathef of' the wriWrj dinner with us last stopped andHetook was on his way to Payson Saturday. rom Keystone, Lincoln' County , Nevada; ust a few miles from the intersection of he California and Arizona' boundary lines. - Mr; Pnlver believes to have sdme good gold property tibwn therei He, together with Heflry Fairbanks; T.' Q. Wiraraer and others are owners of the Bare-foclaims in the Vanderbilt dison which six men are developing trict, and taking but some high grade ore. ' A p mill i3 being 'erected on the All they rieed for ' suceesa is property. talked-of o road from to that connect with either of the Utah branches. Charles Henry Sperrycame narrowly by a vicious steer on last escaping death Saturday; With hoe in hand he left the house to a ditch leading north-wefield in the- repair to his intending ' OI town. When nearing the railroadpart track the animal corifronted him'and appeared to Mr. Sperry to be sick from the effects of severe barb-wir- e were visithat cuts, ble all over it, but before the man bad time to get from the way ttis beast tackled him. He naturally struck it with the hoe, and at this slipped down when it jumped on him and trampled him untilit went away with own accord. Mr. Sperry managed to get home. One rib was broken, and another was cracked. One ehoujder bone was also fractured and many severe bruises found on his body. The eteer went maid from the effects of the horrible gashes and morn ingwas found dead: "'''; GO'S. ' A CAR LOAD OF COOK STOVES AND RANGES. INSPECT OUR STOCK. NEtHl. W ATCIImA KEK and HE WE LEIt I frwill hot only, warrant your watch- to run, but will gruarahte it td keftp tiol, or will refund your money.! A fall supply of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry at Close Figured. Orders from the country solicited ' Main Street, NepM feans and Pianos Tuned a"nd Repaired. EXPER? - - i -- ; ; CJ' J3J3O' Lalc) 0" a; one is tliexonly 1 ; ;.. , m He frotv Oasis' Ration . Hotel First-clas- s and- Miliord, tweeii-.Mepiii- : be- - - 'X ; ot ' five-stam- Rates in harmony. with the .times. Sah-Dieg- On the premises "is a flowing Well of . the purest water on earth. Disease . for liright-The water i3 a guaranteed Specific of the Kidneys. has been analyzed and found to ba absolutely piire rrater , hikI contains not a trace of lime. It is alao a positiva cure for Stona in the Bladder; , and is a certain remedy for Constipation.: Tor testimonials we are permitted to refer to VT. T: Blackj G. Hunt and Mrs. Amanda Kelly of Deseret, - Virgil Kelly or Ilurbank, Utab, and many othtri in Salt Dake City and elsewhere whose names v " will be furnished on application. mind the Desbuet Houn&ia .first clsss in ercry particular; i . . . .It : lidr ii ; , .MMILfijCO; JDescre , ttl - saparilla at first instead' of at last. Ammon Mercer of American Fork, sanctum last strayed into The BLADE Saturday and by the merestarmaccident chair. found the editor in the old Mr. Mercer is a long tine friend and wiU always meet with a welcome- from The EXCEL ! I In many cases, the first work of Ayer'a the effects of the Sarsaparilla is to expelnave neen tried in other medicines that a be would It saving of time and vin. Sar money if experimenters took Ayer's - j GALL AHD " ms. i. T. GIBBS,. proprlofor . - st the--next- v- t, , H. King, Water Valley, Hiss., oared Ayep's ( Miss Tettie Hagrue is back from her visit in Eureka, arriving Sunday. Ij. A. Bailey returned Wednesday froia f a business trip to Banpete county. The best aid cheapest line of clothing next in this city at Uharlea )'oote's 'Y,:Y. Y 'SY'Y- '" K "Y tf . week.; Y ; C. P. Diehl. manager of the Eureka Democrat, made Nephi a business tn t The advertisements in tW Country Papers, and as has the Laroest Circulation of j.ny Paper in Central and Southern It offers tbebefttUtah, possible misdiuin for Advertisements. j Vote for; you can find hia name on the p roba b y conti n u e fo u r d ay s. t The territory embraced in he repre8th page. sentation, to ;the Congress includes all Del. Cazier returned Tuesdav from his States and Territories lying west of tho c;i4Ss lay- use 1 ."For five years, I suflcrcd untold muscular .rheumatism. I tried evr-known remedy, consulted the best physL- cians, visited Hot Sprivs, Ark., three time, spending $1000 there, besides doctors' bills j! but could obtain only temporary relief. My I flesh was wasted away so that 1 wei&hci. only ninety-thre- e pounds; my left arm and V leg were drawn out of shape, the muscled J trip North. Gus. Henroid" was noticed among the delegation Monday. W. A. Wright is holding down, a clerkship in the Excelsior .'; Mrs. C. R- - Foote spent Monday and Tuesday in Salt Lake City. Dr. Fennemore of Beaver was 'a northbound passenger to Salt Lake Monday, i For the hands and face use Gilead Fra-grant Balm of McNally & Lunt, Drug-gists, Nephi. James P. Driscoll, Hon. H. F. McCune's opponent for the Senate, was in Nephi r Monday. Charles Haynes acted as chaperon for the boys on 4Chili" makes a good leader.Monday. ..'! t Edwin Booth was in Salt Lake the first of the week as a witness in the provr ing up of land. j j f . . j Miss Mamie Hyde returned from a brief little visit to Provo, Sunday where she went from Nephi on the 17th. A. H. Kimball was in town the former part of the week hustling trade for Clark, Bldredge & Co. He reports sales pretty "! ''.. good. ; - .i less figures Ladies' Wraps at thanCO--in Salt LaJce City: JSTEFIII Ol Mississippi River and those portions of "Minnesota and Louisiana which lie ; east of it, The objects of the Congress are to secure euch national legislation as is calculated to; promote the business interests and development of the resources of the States and Territories lying west of the Mississippi Itiver: to increase reciprocal trade among them; to discuss such questions asj are naturally suggested by its objects : to cultivate ac quaintance, fraternal feeling and hearty , . , . their character. Thus far the following have been suggested: Irrigation of Arid Lands; The Hawaian question; conNicaragua ean&l; struction and improvement of waterways and deep water harbors; freight tariffs and .discriminations; rail;and water communication between Wes tern j cities and the seaboard; construction and maintenance c 'Bi-metalis- m; trans-Mississip- of Levees oni pi - t -- ; COAL. j well-know- i ! -- - J - , i i - . life-tim- " .';-- j ! . at " i i . w;. -- si : I I- AY EM'S The Only World's Fair Sarsaparilla,? jttYJE!li3 JPII.IiS cure Headache. . CREAM io . s - - er 1 being twisted up in knots. J was imable to" dress myself,- except with assistance, and Could only hobble about by using a cane. 1 had no appetite, and was assured, by the doctors, that I could not live. The pains, at times, were so awful, that could procure relief only by means of hypodermic injections of morphine'.''". I had my limbs bandaged in clay, in sulphur; in poultices; but these gave only temporary relief. After trying most awful everything, and suffering-thtortures, I began to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Inside of two months, X was able to walk without a cane. Ih three months, my limbs began to strengthen, and In the course of a year, I was cured. My weight has increased to 165 pounds, and I ami now able to do my full days work as a railroad blacksmith." the Mississippi and tribu- taries; a national bankrupt law; restriction of immigration; relief of agricultural depression, admission of territories, to statehood disposition of . public lands. The Governor of each state or territory may appoint teu delegates; the mayor of each city, one delegate, arid an additional delegate for every 5,000 inhabitants, provided, however, that ho city shall have more than ten delegates; each county.1 one delegate, t hrough its executive offlcerj every business organization, one delegate, and an additional delegate for every; 50 members, provided, however that no such organization shall be entitled to more than ten delegats. The Governors of states or territories, members of the U. S. Conof this Con-- ' gress, and are gress delegates with all privileges ofidelegates except those of voting and election to office. By order of the executive committee. . - " - ex-pffic- ? m (among th3. various commercial bodies represented. It is the desire of the committee to confine discussion to questions of common interest and. to exclude, so far as in possible, all subjects which are local - Gents' suits from f4.50 up. Youths' 3.00 up. Boys' suits! with knee pants from 75c ts. to 1 3.50 at Charles Foote' s. Yp-:The love of home .is , strong, and the love of country is strong, but the love of one of those wraps at Hyde & Whit-more- 's makes you buy. Call and examine them. Miss Fannie Candland is back from her home at Chester and has concluded to She- - will spend the winter months. prove an additional light to Ifephi's young society. On next Wednesday, the 30th the Republicans of this city will be entertained by the 'big three"- - Wells. Allen and Cannon, who will talk straight Republicanism. A big time is expected, Did you ever consider and take notice that every potato slyly winks its eye, ' H. II. WniTMOKE, and put it down as a fact? It is a" fact Chairman. that the Excelsior has the largest line Chas. F. Welle r, of wall-papin town. New and nice' Secretary. line just received. James T. Hammond, of Logan; the Eureka City Nominations. .'nominee for, Secretary oi " The Republican Republican ciyr convention of Eu tate,-wain JNephi Monday. Jtle came reka was and resulted over from Sanpete county and is working in the held last Monday, names being put its following o. the territory in the interest of the g. p. in general and himself in particular. nomination For Mayor, John A. Kirby: Recorder, We kndw whereof we afSrm when we J. E. Hilleary: Treasurer, H. F. Full- state that Ayer's Pills, taken promptly, reid; City Marshal, Qus.J; HenroidjCity at the first symptoms of colds and fevers, Justice of the Peace, James Shearer. The arrest further progress of these disorders, Councilmen were William Hatfield, Chas. and speedily restore the stomach, liver, Hanks, Klij ah Bo wen, 1. 11. Sprig gs and and bowels, to their normal and regular Fred Ahlberg. action. The Nephi orchestra is an organization which we should justly feel proud i .to' claim. Theirn reputation fort exce'llan t Sterling; Coal, $4.25 per ton demusic is through the Territ- livered. For sale ory- and praised' wherever they; go. by G. Andrews a to band ball at & Co. r Monday the played Bingham; given by the Bachelors' club. Al." Brimhall, an old friend of the Hustling Assessment Work. writer, accompanied the Bphraim band Just at this season the owners of unto Salt Lake Monday, and just had time patented mining claims about Nephi, in to grasp hands and say f hello", when the Detroit district and j elsewhere who, the U. Pi conductor hollers 'aboard.' ' special act of Congress were relieved Just the same as when we last knew him by from the assessment work on their loca'Alf !' handles the drum sticks, and tions in 1894, are getting a move on them does it well, too.aelves to have the wofk performed before ' 1896, and in some The" Weather of the past few days has the 1st of January, it requires some tali' hustling to dig been glorious for this section where we cases the necessary cash in order to comply always have no cause for complaint' It up with the requirments uf the law. might be regarded as" very, very fine in the East and other less favored localities .1 Connubial.; than .Utah, The nicrhts are .quite cool The Bka.de is happy to note of the and makes the average inhabitant ) feel like moving a' little south and be in marriage of Dr. Homer F. Fort to Miss oi m readiness. Mary E Wightman (Vanina) both was binds" The that ''knot Two or three tram p were seed loung- Paysoni solemnized by Judge Dusenberry at the ing around Jn th north and near the Hotel Boberts, Provo, on the 14th inst. centre of town Wednesday. We wonder Both the Dr. and bride" are acquaintanif they were the odea .Marshal Barrow-m'a- a ces of the writer, and we feel this little of Ephraim arrested last week and "send off" will not come amiss. The Dr. turned loose- on the promise that they hails from Nebraska and although not would leave the city." Anyway it would long a resident of this favored Territory , be as well for residents to keep an eye on his ability,! deep convictions and courtheir clothes lines. teous ways have accorded to him the dehe enjoys , in the To show how absolutely safe; and how served practice which! Mrs. Utah of southern County. are ?orfc has portion accurately Isthe Express companies e in her spent nearly a at illustrated. by managed, package an estimable r is and lady, the Vi P. depot Monday. It had been Payson A TecentiOn was tendered the couple in sent from Ephraim to parties in Odense, House on Denmark thence up through Ireland, fthe parlors of the Wightman affair was The the Wednesday. following thence back to Dedmark and failing ail and present. Pay enjoyed by forlovely again there totofind the owner, wastravelson should! be glad to know they will warded back county, Sanpete toimakje their home there, and ling a circuit of between 15,000 and 2a, 000 continue offers congratulations and The Bladb miles.' trusts the journey they have undertaken Here'is the' wa an exchange under- may be pursued with the blessings of stands the new game law: "Book agents peace and prosperity ever''.V"with them. may be killed from August lsft to October '! 1st j spring poeta ' from March to July ; His Advertising Bills. Jumped scandal mongers from January 1st to The following is a part and portion December 31st inclusive 4 umbrella borto rowers from February 1st May 1st and of ar editortai from the Amerifrom' August lBt to November 1st. Open can Fork lie m:clipped season ail the year round on life insurHeroldW. Phillips tbe noted dead-beance"rfeiinrVi and 'fellows who borrow t.hnti' agentsHrtr'A tior flr tf and swindler whom the litem has took occa$i(Jn to jwrite up, baa skipped to Caliinto Webb of Fillmor.e,' dropped T; A. fornia it is said, and with him took some The BLADE den Tuesday., Be was hunt- $600 'belonging to tbe newspaper men oi ing the editor; said he was an old friend Utah. Phillips came to Utah about a of his and only wished to chat a little, year' ago and opened up an advertising but didn't find him'." The devil enterin Salt Lake, and to him" drew tained the gentleman the best he;! knew agsncy many-o- f the country papers." He sent to see out advertising how, and told him if he wished cents per inch. at the editor he' couldr batch ' faith over at and such "papers as three Tin tic the Goshen ' Thursday fcight, addressin g a Miner j Fillmore Progressinquirer, , jn Times, ephi political meeting. Mr. Webb in comLehi 'Banner, Beaver Messenger, back Manti pany ' with two Other ' men took PriceAdvocat?iland toany others Utdhiatt, three loads of lumber, windows etc. , for bit at it'; ' These papers, ot course, debuilding purpose! at Fillmore' Grace fended this man Phillips, much to their Bros, filled the order. sorrow; for each are out all the way from A right jolly affair that in the Opera flO to 25r It is to be hoped that these House Friday night of last week. It was papers will' not allow three cents to buy like Tabernacle choir, their sUppdrt of a genuine swindler gotten up by the Nephi comes one next along, tirhe the is reported. $ime All Phillips and a very best of stand nguw w by the "afternoon luncheon was being packed and lnltead; up xor ' will .1 One not prosper to the building simpley to be made a press; paper others and cutting 'mess',of later, and about 10:30 the fun of Dullinsr but from; the rates to a grave yru filling the ''inner man" began, and the their advertising You newspapers some of those handled their way figure.! bud ed singers a dler, in the by this forks and fingers was conclusive evidence the 'in with the Item and tp above, should they had anticipated the feast. After some in fall and reason a until' in supper dancing-waIndulged who enter Into any late hour. As one lady remarked after, down all such fellows ourmTasrv within ' all was ver, wasen 't it just lovly ; ' business' suits from na-r-fro- OF OUR EXCHANGES Aad General Terrltorl&l Kcws, Culled Wad ' Condensed for Blade Readers. Ephraim is to erect a new opera house. There is not an idle carpenter in Park " V City at present ;,. 'A fire in theChinere quarters of Park City Saturday destroyed two buildings., r A woman of Park City was last week, " fined f5 for being drunk and disorderly. Park City is enj jyine such a building ; growth at present as she haa not had for; several years. Salt Iiake was the scene of a $7,000 blaz Monday, and but for tha thirsi of a sick," man lives might have; been lost. Joel Shomakerj late of tbe Manti Mes- - ' eenger, has opened an ofilce in Salt Lake will resume his old occupation j city and that of newspaper and magazine corres;! '.- 3- -- r- " ponded. - Chas. Bradt, convicted of attempting a9-veold crirl of Pavson. on has been sentenced from" September lit, the First District Cou'-- t to two and a half years in the penitentiary. A small bov and a match came near causing the usual result &at Manti last straw stack week. The lad Set ore to and only by heroic efforts the entire raDe on ar ' c . . ! , De-longi- of Niels P. jAnderson were saved. At Price the other day the sheriff arrest- ed a tramo who claimed to b an old soldier, When the djfflcer left him he' found that he was mutes a watch: chain and next morning fouhd it on the, tramp; ' The tramp also tried to set fire td the jaili Y . tie left town Thursday. .' The Sailina Press says: Somebody id- 'V Richfield last week lost aoocketbookcontainingd cents. It was found and left at the Advocate offlcef&nd editor John ' says the owner can have same by proving pro perty and giving the newspaper man A go4 down sunny smile. One smile don't or nothing. this wa$. Its John Fredricks, whOHeft Sahna, last to have struck a mid springj is reported near bonanza Antelope Springs, id ing Millard bounty. He has acquired a prospect which assays $110 per ton in gold and for the same. recently refused f100. 000 over that ' way Great excitement prevails and the mountains are said to be full of pro8pectors---Salin- a Press; ' a This week ptetty little Indian squaw was begging around BrighamY She wasr possessed of a plump, well shaped' facej small hands and shapely arms. Although the girl did not appear to be a day past twelve years of age, yet strapped upon her back was the cutest little Indian baby in the world. It was probably six or eight months old. Marriage must sometimes be solemnized between children among some of the 'Indian tribs.Brigham City j Bugler; jUst two months, ago today we wers visited with the greatest conflageration in the history of the camp, the details whicbis need not be given'ndWj as' the public familiar with the great loss the people and citizens of the camp sustained by the fire on Aug. 19th , in which some thirty or forty dwelling houses and stores were to tna burnedi entailing an enormous loss was ;. who a to person but today, people,! Eingt here two months ago and viewing could H is now, ham as it was; and as eyes, seeing the trans- a- fr hardly believe his formation that has taken place in such have t limited space of time,; buildings' credit , as if renounding magiCi by gone up wnd to our citiieas, merchants and others bad the! pluck and perseverance to build .. in the midst of their adversity. Bingham Bulletin. ' ' - ' half-a-doz- en " k . . , Notice io " " Sheep-Me- n. will find It very eo'nyenl- - " ent and profitable to take with them to. 4 the winter range copies of the law of S3i relalive to diseases of sheep and the dut-ie- s of Inspectors. To meet that want a number of copies of the law have been struck off at this office and wiil'be sdla''f ' 0 cents eacKr Call early-- ' : Stfeep-me- n !