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|Paper||Silver Reef Miner|
E SILVER REEF. MIN “RD SILVER REEF, UTAH. COUNTY, UTAH, Street asked-his Arab servant if he was sure Dales—Minus. Building. Lower Main THE TBUE TALE OF TELL. E3838 Wm. Tell ran a hay ranch near Ber“0, yes,” he replied; “my country— about 580 years ago. Tell had gclen, l another, and :rnr'se Heaths. one from steal often men ...... lived in the mountains all his life, and (the Month... ..... Delivered by carrier, per week........ rob their friends’ horses; but I can al- shot Chamois and chipmonks with a PANY to MINER PUBLISHING COMs. ways ﬁnd out if your mare has been cross-gun, till he was a bad man 'i’ublishers and Proprietor d erlan Switz .time that cheated. I put seven or eight pebbles stir up. At by a set of carpetpally princi run was in with the barley, counting the numbaggers from Austria, and Tell got her exactly. The mare never eats the down on them. It seems that Tell pebbles, and if any one steals from wanted the Government contract to the barley, he is sure to take two or furnish hay at $45 a ton for the year ) _ (Successors to ’I‘. C.'Bsiley, Gessler, who was controling three pebbles with it. If I ﬁnd the 1806, and of Switzerland, let the eys nage orn patro Att the and nts Land Age v pebbles short in the morning, I have contract to an Austrian who had a big hard words, and they cannot tell how lot ofcondenmed hay turther up the Salt Lake City. Utah. I know, and so they give up cheating gulch. One day Gessler put his plug hat on a telegraph pole and issued BIRD 8: LOWE. her.’ ’ order 236, regular series, to the effect W that every snoozer who passed down "COLONEL." Land Agents and Attorneys the toll road should bow to it. Goesr at an American conven- ler happened to be in behind the bush speake A Salt Lake City; Utah tion, on being addressed as “Colnel,” when Tell went by, land he noticed . Q‘Notary Public in the oﬁce repudiated the military title, declar- that Bill said “Shoot the hat,” and ing he was not even a. Captain. didn’tsalute it. So he told his men V rumors CLARK. ‘Don’t you live in Missouri?” quer- to gather Mr, Tell in and put him in ied his new acquaintance. the refrigerator. Gessler , told him He owned that he did live in Mis- that if he would shoot a crab apple with chimneys. from the head of his only son at 200 ' _. aﬂdNotary Public, souri and in a house ‘How many?" was the next ques- yards with a cross-gun, hewould give - SILVER REEF, UTAH. tiou. him his liberty. Tell consented and knocked the apple higher than Gil‘ Then I was right at ﬁrst,” ex- roy’s kite. Old Gessler, however, claimed the interlocutor. ‘ You see, noticed another arrow sticking in Physician and Surgeon, I lived in Missouri and know how it is. Tell’s girdle, and asked him what Over there, if a man has three chim-' kind of a ﬂowery break that was. ‘ Orncleﬂe’x‘tdoor to Hslpin‘s star... neys on his house, he’s a' general; if Tell- told him that if he had killed the snwnn nuns. i a *Am ST-a ‘ ' ' ﬁggtlyégawcomnelgif only one he’s kid instead or burstingthe apple, he a Major; and if he lives in a dug-out intended to drill a hole in the stomand has no 'chimney, he’s a. Captain ach of Mr. Gessler. This made Gessanyhow, so I was right; after all.” ler mad again, and he took Tell on a Attorney at Law, ~84 . ' , ’ If grotessinnal. BAILEY 8L PARSONS. ﬁnished, until, with 4 lips had pressed together, a look of strange intelligence blended with a haughty reserve, upon his handsome features, a young man stepped forward with a ﬁrm tread and kindly eye to plead for the friendless one. He was a stranger but at. the ﬁrst sentence there was silence. The splendor of his genius entranced—convinced. The man who could not ﬁnd a triend was acquitted. “May God bless you, sir; I cannot!’ be exclaimed. “I want no thanks,” replied the stranger. “I—I—I believe you are unknown Attorney at Law "Two.” 2’" MAURICE M. Km CAPITOL, There was a silence when the judge W she got her allowance. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPI‘ION: 5mm. The Court House was crowded to - suﬁ'ocation. . did no more crowing while the meet ' An Englishman traveling in the ing lasted. “Does anyone appear as this man’s counsel?” asked the judge. East, not being quite satisﬁed with He didn‘t get it very strong but he THE ARAB. Published Every Saturday Morning. the’appearance of the mare he rode oneyssr............. ...... Six Months... NO. 39-. SATURDAY, SEPTEMEER 30.l882. Main St" an we:- Beef. THE BEST Wines. Liquors & . CIGARS Obtainabie in the' UNITED STATES. J. a, passion M. H. Qurnx. picnic up the river in irons. Tell Jumped oﬁ‘ when he got a good chance, and cut across a. bend in the river, and Elder Traverse was once the most when the picnic party came down he BAn'rBOLontw J. anx QUIRK BROTHERS to me.” “Sir, I will refresh your memory. Twenty years ago to-day you struck a broken-hearted little boy away from his dead mother’s coﬁiu. I was that boy.” “Have you rescued me then, to take my life?” “No; I have a sweeter revenge. I have saved the life of a man whose The Fiona-car Billiard Hal]. brutal conduct has rankled in my Finest Billiard and Pool-Tables breast for the last twenty years. Go, then, and remember the tears of a ' friendless child.” , shame in head his bowed The man and went from the presence of magnanimity, as grand to him as -it\ was ‘ incomprehensible. In the Territory, ' ' > First Class Liquors and Cigar-s Always on hand. FINE CLUB ROOMi'IN' REAR-r knnm‘saa 7 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, . .‘HI SILVER REEF MINEI; WASHINGTON 7." “for". ISILVER _ yoL. v. REEF, Sancl‘ibc Next door to the drug store, ‘SlT DOWN ROBERT.‘ to Ke~ “on: He. El. Main street. next More Bank. Notary Public in Oﬁco. g _~ ' Main Street. Silver Reef, Utah FOR ....Alwsys on hand the best .... ‘ 3 man in Eastern New York as a shot Gessler deader than a mackerel. ' j ' , - camp-meeting leader. He had a pow- ~Boomerang. CABINET SALOON, erful voice and was a ﬂuent speaker, —— THE UNION, WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS —-———+.-O——— and when in the prime of life could _____—— GEORGE NILLEB. getaway with any man ' who ever A NOBLE REVENGE. EO. THOMPSON, Prop'r. sought todisturb his meetings. The The cofﬁn wasa plain one—a poor elder was once holding a camp-meete plain coﬁin. No ﬂowers on ing at Yonkers, and word reached miserabl SH 8 ROW PREPARED T0 FURNIThe ments. refresh him that a notorious rough known as the top; no lining of white satin for I all kinds of liquid AT ‘ est brands of ‘Chicago Bob,” intended to be on the pale brow; no smooth ribbons MAIN STREET ............ SILVER BEEP brown 11011035 AND CIGARS. hand Sunday for a row. He made no about the course shroud. The A. LEVY, ------------------ Proprletor reply and and took no precaution, hair was laid decently back, but there. Salt. Lake bottled beer on ice. but when Bob appeared on the was no crimped cap with a neat tie At this popular resort none but the choicest BY * -g’rinest Bil‘liud‘l‘tble in the City. grounds, with a cigar in his mouth beneath the chin. The sufferer of cruel Wines, Liquors and Cigars andasiung-shot up his sleeve, the poverty smiled in her sleep; she had Are dealt over the bar to patrons. ' Editor and Proprietor. T A I L o R I N c elder didn’t pale worth a cent. Bob found bread, rest and health. sobbed min-hate Club Rooms attached to the “I want to see my mother,” a had come out thereto run things, and establishment. . I he took a forward seat. When the poor little child, as the undertaker crowd began to sing, he began to screwed down the top. In all In Branches. "You cannot; get out of the way It has a General Circulation throughcrow, and thus created confusion. boy; \vhy don,t some one take the ‘ Robert, you had'better sit down,” out Southern Utah, therefore, as .— ' an ADVERTISING MEDIUM, observed the elder, as he came for- brat?” “Only let me see her one minute l” It IS among the Tine, Suits Made to Order ward‘Chicago Bob sits down for no cried the helpless orphan,cl‘utching at Nonh Main Street, Silver Reel the side of the charity box, as he man,” was the reply. —_ Rates low, which will be forwarded ‘ Sit down Robert,” continued the gazed upon the coﬂin, agonized tears to applicants by applying to streaming down the checks on which elder, placing his hand on the loafer’s ArAu assortment of due imported Eng .T. W. Carpenter, BEST OF LIQUORS é. CIGARS} no childish bloom ever lingered. Oh it arm. lab Cloths slwsys on hand. Printer d5 Publisher, And Lager Beer on draught. 7 ‘ Here goes to clean out the whole was painful to hear him cry the words. Box 561. St. George, Utah. Shop corner Centre and FlmWest Streets crowd,” crowed Bob, as he pulled oil“ . “Only once; let me see mother, only .‘Q\=\§-nn.s .... once ?” his coat . A. WINQUIST. ““I‘tm'iiwiii 1’ n I Quickly and brutally the heartless Next instant the elder hit him under the ear, and, as he fell over a monster struck the boy away, so that bench, he was followed up and. hit he reeled with the blow. For a moagain and again, and while in a semi- ment. the boy stood panting with grief unconscious state, he was carried off and rage—his blue eyes distended his Silver Reef, Utah. lips sprung apart; ﬁre glistened by his friends. Next day he was the ﬁrst to come through his eyes as he raised his little AM NOW PREPARED T0 SUPPLY forward for prayers. The elder put arm with a most unchildish Iaugh,and the Trade. Families. and the public genscreamed, “Whenl’m a man I’ll be THE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW PRE erallv. his handon Bob’s head and said: With a Choice Article at Bear. by pared to furnish the trade and families the Keg. Quart or Bottle. Q‘Beer delivrevenged-for that!” ‘ You who wish to behold your shad‘ Robert, are you in earnest?” with an excellent article of ered free to any part of SilvsrBeef and adis~ ‘ I am.’7 , ' There was a coiiln and a heap of ows'oi‘ to-day in the future, call en cent “chimes-a earth between the mother and the sad Jamen Booth, at the Post ‘ Are you really seeking faith 2" 'a-The Dancing Pavilion at the Brewery Ofﬁce. who is ready to work every ‘ You bet I am! If . faith helps a forsaken child—a monument stronger Manufactured by himself, which he will sell large or small quantities. and deliver to is at all times at the service, of the plum” ‘ ‘ dily and guarantee satisfaction, at the man got in his work as quick as you. than granite built in the boy’s heart. in any part of the town. for the purposes of social recreationﬂ HARRY H. EDWARDS __ lowest did yesterday, i am bound to have it, the memory of the heartless deed. R0 improper characters tolerated. ”in . V livipg . prices. ., Manufsetoryin rear of Halpin’s store. * -i ,, s_ i p s . a PETER WELTB. , if i harem sell my old hat." Published Monthly Exchange Saloon, St. George, Utah, JJWLCARPENTER, Only 50 Cents pr annum. California Brewery SALOON. BEST. J. PEERAYr Beer, - ~ - - - - 12; Cents hm .I»\‘ “. j l .i “ ‘\§\‘ Welie's Brewery Summer Beverage GINGER POP!