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|Paper||Millard County Blade|
- m the editor may be confrontedwhen the edition is entirely struck off with the word , "principal" SUBSCRIPTION when he. intended it to be "principle," $2.00 or some , peryear , perfectly natural error, in the (Payable in advance). spelling of words that are pronounced makes a J. F. QIBBS, Editor, alike, but where theinspelling the meaning. world of difference The correspondence of a country Application has been made at the Neptai post--as. Jifflce for transmission throqgh the mail? one of its mostimpprtant and mail matter. pleasing features, is one of the most difficult to handle tfith. entire satisfac1895. SATURDAY MORN., JULY 27, tion to all parties. As a rule. The ex- THE BLADE. proof-readin- g, pa-per,wh- ile eoond-claa- s Blade's correspondence comes in cellent form and requires but little al teration or correction, and we are always grateful for it in any form- - But occasionally a letter will arrive that, after having passed through the dis secting process, would hardly be recognized by its parent. Sometimes corBLADE A.QENT3: will come in just as the Below is a list of our agents, who will respondence a letter is feceive subscriptions and reoeipt for paper has gone to press, and then generally written apprising the Payments: Win. Chastatn, Tbapah, Tooele Co. correspondent that it "will appear in U OOl'NTY. M L !. our oext" unless the news it contains CAy Joseph A. Lyman, Oak be too stale by the next issue. Christian Amlerson, Fillmore. Tlios. Memmott, Soipio. Toward the close of the week the O. A. Bat, IlQlden. Chri". Oi'erson, ra.iminsrton merchants must be visited and Mads." Geo. Crane. Kanosh. solicited, or enquiries made as to Jarnen Hatton, P torsbur, Burhank. Virgil Kelly. changes in their advertisements. Hrruui Adams. MaJow. The foregoing are only the regular duties of the country editor, the inciKCX (?) TO BE FOUND IN RUN- dental labor is too numerous arid varied lo be enumerated. NING A COUNTRY NEWSPeople generally are very "touchy" PAPER. sensitive over what a newspaper says, or don't say, aVjut them, and it is a Many people seem to think there is source of no end of worry with some fun in running a country newspaper. editors as to how to please and not ofThere may be, but it's of an excruciat- fend the patrons of their papers. The ingly mild type. care The Blade exercises is over only Our readers are invito;! into The what ought not to go in, and its editor I'iLADK s workship, by courtesy called a thought, as to how any on Saturday afternoon rarely gives a sanctum, article will be received. The Blade when the week's edition has been tries to be aud fair to everyone mailed. Those little pieces of type and to tell just the truth and let the consethat have made ihe week's im- quence follow. pression begin to fly back in their proAs soon as the first copy of the week's per places in th cases. In a couple of edition is out of the press, it must be hour, or so, the typos begin calling for gone, through and each new ad, notice, "copy," matter for the next issue, and or paid local lines be charged to the the work on another paper has begun. or the accounts would soon be The mail has just arrived from the patrons, in hopeless confusion. north and it must be 'sorted over, and We have indicated a portion of Cthe in time to important letters answered duties that devolve on the country train. catch the 2 o'clock north-bouneditor who has to frequently act as Then, in addition to f urn ishing "copy," pressman, devil, mailing clerk etc., in the daily exchanges, of which there are addition to all the other work we have nine, and the Utah weeklies, a number of whieh arrive each day, must be ex- enumerated, and in fact, perform the amined for news and interesting items. entire labor of a force of clerks in other establishments that often do not priol This will require from one to three as much matter in a week as the hours per day, according to the importance of the news in the large dailies. country sheet does. Gentle readers, when you pick up When night comes and the office is home papers, thick of the labor quiet, the "leaders" must be written. your on every numthat has been Sunday sometimes brings rest and re- ber, and whenexpended a see you creation, but often it does not. On word don't take the paper to your next Monday morning the real hard work door neighbor and point out the error begins. In addition to the routine of- - in order to exhibit vour own infallible memory. Just exercise a httle charity quently met. the city and county of- and have some sympathy for the tired, fices visited for "Legal Notices," or on man that works harder for other business, and the town ransacked careworn for news. If the police court is busy his town than any other man in it, and less for his labor. And don't that necessary institution must re- gets ceive attention. The round up of the think that it's all fun and no expense to run even the smallest of tne Utah town having been accomplished the few Remember that he has bills lines of monioranda that have been weeklies. to meet every week: then so to his made must be elaborated into suitable office and par up all arrearages and a form aud length for the in and see how cheery year During the week, statements must the nextadvance, number would read, and how be made out and amounts collected,and home paper would grow and imat odd times the less important corres- your prove, for you should know there is not pondence .must receive attention. The all the professions, any class of country editor is presumed by parties among men that are so in love with their work living at a distance, to constitute the as are the average editorsof the country local chamber of commerce, .and a bu- papers. reau of general Information regarding the town and county in which his paWool. Once more the sales far exceed He to is is presumed the actual consumption of mills, per published. know the price of farming land and amounting for the week to 12,714,00o town lots, the opening for lawyers, pounds, against 6,663,100 for tue same doctors and other professional men, week in 1892. In two weeks past the and what effect the climate will have sales have been 16,835,209 pounds doon nearly all the Ills that afflict man- mestic, and 9,615,005 foreign, against kind, and some of the' questioners will 6.66s,100 domestic, and 5,321,450 foreign ask for enough information cn a postal in the same weeks of 1892. During the card to require three or four pages of past week the trading has been very letter paper to answer. , heavy in domestic wool, buyers paying w ,uo ever iu iwceiveu jrostiiLS readily the higher prices demanded, benearly day asking that "sample" copies of The cause the advance in similar wool abroad, and because returns from the must ba written Out and placed on London sales show that that American file for those game "sample" copies. buyers failed to: get a large share, Orders to "stop my paper" are of especially of the dross breds. Ohio XX frequent and unpleasant oecurrance. is quoted at 18 to 19 cen's, and Ohio jThe list mtist then be examined, and delaine at 20 cents, with floe unwashed in nine cases out of ten, a letter must at 11 ;to 13 cents. Dealings in Terribe written, and the subscriber1 inform-- : tory wool have been. much larger, but at cd that his paper canuot be stopped New York the supply of domestic is inuntil arrearages are settled. In ad-- ! adequate, and most of the business has dition to that kind of work on the beenjin the finer foreign wools. At subscription list, it must frequently be Philadelphia the manufacturers have gone throughand. "delinquents" gent little faith in the raise, and are buying is f 'hard-- l very sparingly, but at Jy reminded that the paper " Chicago it is rev ' 't up? for funds. the London that ported advance has Along about Wednesday, the copy set the country ablaze, and wool growbegins to come bak as proof; and. ac-- i ers are demanding higher prices than cording to the proliciency, or lack of it ever. The demand for carpet wools is AO. lilt! LjpUca, VUO vnvjirk. ui piuui.'M.BiluiUg dead, no improvement in prices appearis pleasant or .tedious. Errors: of all ing, in part because the goods market descriptions occasionally creep in, and gives no encouragement, but the strike not un frequently, a line or two will be which has just closed is likely to affect left out and the meaning uf the entire the demand materially. Duns Review; paragraph will be knocked into "pie." i 'Cap" capital letters will have to The Blade is in "receipt of the handhe 'marked down'; and 'lowercase" some annual for 1895 issued bv the small letters "marked up" to caps. agricultural College. Logan. It is Commas will have to be marked in or beautifully illustrated and printed, and out, or changed to periods, or other does justice to Utah's greatest and punctuation points; and a scoie or 1 most practical educational institution. more of other corrections may have to The Salt Lake Cyclist, monthly, to ba made in each column. (The to our desk asking for exchange. comes g proof from experienced and pains-takintypoes will rarely exceed from threb The Cyclist is a magazine devoted to Xo a half dozen corrections to teach colUtah's growing army of wheelmen. ri Success. umn.) After the utmost c?ro Edward H. McCuae is The Blade's ppecial agent and sohcitor.and is authorized to make collections and receipt J. F. Grnns, therefor. Publisher Blade. I A M . d mis-spelle- -- type-setter- s. ! ; j " . f ! d the wealthy people of the United States SHOULD BE PROSPECTED. and many of the middle, jolas $ that snohishly try .to instate, the rich- -' there is a growing aversion to rearing more than one or two children, Prou-ab- ly the causa for tb,e repujgnanoe to numerous, children is found 1(1) lm tfye bar it is to a.n enjoytqent qf those eveqts" jq which the rjiGh are sq extravagantly fond of Indulging and (2) because to have large families of children would be to imitate tbe; vulgar poor and that would hev simply, It has been demonstrated that veiniof coal exist within a few miles of Kephi, At first there was a doubt as to whether or qot the find waa in the true coal bearing measures. While it was hoped the oqnditiQqs were favorable to the ejjistance of large yeiqsj of cqal, there was a conservation doubt as to that have its being, a realty. studied the subject, it is well known To-thos- that small veins of cual were formed during the deposition of the Devonian rocks, and that conditions favorable to j j The example of every women of high social standing SUMP DiSS . ha.s an influence fqr goad or evil on the ers masses. X Queeq ViGtaiias example ha,s been of the mQst healthful and helpful kind on her observing subjects: and there is none dare dispute the fact, that the masses of the people ha ve taken a long step foreward during her rejgn, rather than a stride backward had her profligate son, the Prince ;of Wales, succeeded to the throne thirty or forty years ago. In her pure, strong womanhood, Hrs. Cleveland is a noble example to the women of the Uqited Stateis In her to the obedience frst great goommand of the Almighty to "be fruitful," and in her deep spiritual nature, we find cause for admiration and respect. Those that are inclined to disregard the laws of nature's God iq the matter of maternity, can find no encourage ment in the example of President Cleveland and his sensible wife, Hosery, Underware, Hatsl;Shaep, Glpye Dress and Fancy Shirts, etc. To our Friends aod usionmers THE REGISTERING QF WOMEN. Notwithstanding the popularity with which the instructions of the Utah Commission relative to permitting the ladies to register, are being reoeiyed, Tne Blade desires to enter its protest. The vain and silly boast of the Salt Lake Herald in its "Political Arena" that "The Republican party dare not shoulder a protest agaiust women voting thrs fall," is full of disguised falsehood, because that party are in full sympathy with equal suffrage. The Blade's objection to permitting the sisters to vote at this coming election on trie constitution is based on two propositions. The first is, that the legal fraternity are divided in their ipmions as to its legality, and those that declare against its legality are more likely to be free from partisan bias than ire those that favor it. The second proposition is involved in the first, and n is found in the fact that thert exists a strong under-curren- t of to woman sufferage, Those However, the indications are so fa- opposition make that up the opposition are the vorable as to justify close prospecting ones that, in the past, have been the along the zone in which the coal ha )ittar enemies of Utah. They are just already been found . Any intelligent, is vicious, as unrelenting as they observing man by examining the for- vvere when just hundreds of men were fleemation where the present find of coal from their homes and hiding from ing exists, should be able to easily trace it the minions of the law. That ilong the mountain to the southward was led by the Salt Lake Tribune gang and for a distance of at least ten miles, and. is no doubt that financial conr,here as it is believed, with even better pros siderations, only, induce it, and the pects of finding large bodies, as, from .rang, to keep quiet at this time. If the results of experiments in boring fot women are permitted to vote, that, same d of Levan, it ail to the old crew of social pirates will make any would seem that conditions improve seeming irregularity in the vote for in that direction. the Constitutioa, a oause for an efiort The Blade has qo desire to create to defeat the will of the people regardanything more than a healthy interest ing that instrument. Their work will in the matter of prospecting for coal. not be in the light but in the darkness, Nor does it advise anjrone to undertake and will be just that much more effectthe search unless they are unable to ive. lose the time. All that is desired is to There is not in Utah a more earnest point out the faot that they will not be jhampion of the rights of women than pitting their time agaiust impossibili is The Blade. We desire to see them ties, as those Salt Lakers did a year tree from discriminating laws, hut the or so ago. when they prospected for coal Constitution can be adopted without on one of t,he Salt Lake islands where '.heir assistance, and which would leave no formation exists mo;e recent than no room for vexatious and perhaps the Silurian rocks. There is even a fatal litigation over a factor that i3 not very large probability of success to the. necessary to success. c ireful ooal prospector along Nephi's GOODS Call aud See for YoWselt. ; -it make readyfpr stock, taking August 1st, we are 'offering "Great Pargajns l-ly onQ-espeofa- large deposits of coal rapidly improved times, and during the $V coal increased in that the veins thickness and quality as the carbonifl-r- s age advanced. It is universally con- ceded'that coal was formed by a rank growth of vegetation on low. marshy ground. That in subsequent centuries, the beds of vegetable moved thus formed, gradually sank into the oceans and that great masses of iack were forraed, layer upon layer, until the enormous pressqre, combined with the interior heat qf the earth. the beds of vegetable mouldwere metamorphosed into veins of stone coal. It was the oulmination of all the necessary conditions that gave to Pennsylvania its 30 foot vein of Authro-cit- e or hard coal, In those early days the system of animal and vegetable life underwent comparatively rapid changes. Eaoh chan re was accurately recorded by a tmrial of the various forms of animal and vegetable life. By a systemhas atic study of those forms-fossilsbeen, demonstrated that certain forms existed during the true carbonifiers that did not exist in the preceeding age and that ceased to exist in the age that succeeded it. The foregoing facts have been explained in order to make iutilligible that which is to follow. A study of the fossils belonging to the coal period would save thousands of dollars' worth of time each year by those that are searching for coal. An encouraging feature of the coal-finnear Nephi is. that the right kind of fossil plants are found in the rook lying next to the coal, and proves, so far as formation is concerned, that the Notwithrecent find is all right. standing conditions are thus far favorable, the quantity of ooal to be found may be so limited as dot to be profit-aolto work the beds: for it is a seeming paradox, that where oonditions. uecessary to the presence of coal, exist, the fuel may not be found in paying quantity. Yet, without those condi Lions, coal cannot possibly be present. sub-carbonifi- Js Now On, and tp 'sq-cie- ty e UEliLM AIUAL OUR We are daily receiving new goods and are thus We are constantly abreast of the times. adding to our stock such things as are needed by our friends, . We 'have just received direct from the fairtory an elegant stock of Crockery. Quality and Style Entirely New. Our line of Ladies', Misses' and Childrens" Shoes js complete, and haying bought before pi ices nd vanceci, we are. giving our. customers the benefit of the same. Now is the time to buy Clothing. Buy before the price .advances. All kinds of wool and cotton goods are advancing in the Bast, and soon the effects will be felt in our vicinity. We fiVe always happy to meet our friends, and pleased to compare goods and prions with others. Nu trouble to show goods. Yours Trulj7, d e uP well-know- S"uperintan.cierit. south-eastwar- Can't; be bought, But that which breaks the least, wo have to sell. Ask your storekeeper for Pi iiMODTH Sisal Binding Twine Sheaf of Wheat Brand, Aod take other. See - coal formation. no that each BALL BEARS A RED TAG this Twine will operate successfully In everybody's hinrW But better in the best, The - MINNIE BINDER. It is safe to say that a sufficient The gentlemen who are now engaged in developing their coal claims, have a amount of beer and whisky was drunk Tubular Steel Cyclone Mowers and Rakes reasonable prospect for success. The in Sevier county on the Fourth of July from the Manufactory of W. A, Wood, ate unexcelled-salso are all the lines we represout in Utah and coal is of good quality and they report bo fill an ordinary cistern. Take it the Idaho an 18 inch vein whioh is increasing in United States over, and the amount of Amongst which are found Bain Wams thickness at the rate of about an inch ilcoholie liquors consumed; on the same to each foot of development, work. At lay would form a lake covering many auu iLny juoaoers,. Threshincr Machine 7 Columbus, Lindsay and Fowler Bioycl es. that rate, it Will not requ ire many feet hundreds of acres and deep enough to Address, a men horse." The number of of tunneling before their find will be "drown and boys who awoke on the morning of come valuable. TIVE WAGOH RA MACHINE CO,, The advantages that will accrue to the Fifth with aching heads and feverthis vicinity in the finding of coal in ish tongues would make an; army whose Ogden and Logan, Utah; Idaho Falls and Mnntrvd; be too large to compute. v quautity and quality of commercial size would ' General ' Offices, Salt Lake of amount for beer The and money spent City value, need not be enumerated. They are of such magnitude as to warrant whiskey on the Fourth, if put into cirGEO. T. ODELL, General those who can,.. to spend time and mon- culation in Utah, would give every man Manager. ey in the effort to benefit themselves woman and child sufficient wealth to and the people of this section of Juab. own a cattle raneh stocked with blooded animals, and a surplus to put. aside for a rainy day. This is not a temperGO TC- BABY "MARION." ance talk. It is a collection of hard truths, and it merely goes :to show that The little stranger down at Gray some times men exercise less common 1st door north Union, Gables has been named, and a very sense than do hogs that wallow in the Uptel. mire. Salina Press. sweet name it is Marion. KENDALL & NORTON; Is tha LEADING HOTEL of NEPHI Pr0prs. It is not of Ruth, Esther or Marion that The Blade1 desires to speak but Notice of Annual Meeting of iSharehdlders of the lovely, womanly mother, Mrs. IcCreanj. anddTonfectlonery. A Back Meets All Trains. Notice is faerel y given that tne an naal Free to Patrons. Frances Folsom Cleveland, wife of the meeting of the shareholders! of the Nephi Two Sample Booms. President. When the winsome Miss Merchantile and ManufactNearest to Business Centre. Folsom became tie wife of the Chief uring Institution will be held in the vesMRS. C. R. FOOTER Magistrate, she was brought promi- try of the Tabernacle at 8 p.; m. on Augtransac19th of for ust the 1S95, before purpose of the United the; nently people Proprietor. WEJJGWGOD,. States, and her natural grace and ting thee following, business to wit: financial report; for the Hot and Gold beauty charmed the entire nation. Hearing-th- Law,. 4ttoyneat.During those years the people have be- electionforof officers for the ensuing year, any other business that may come better acquainted vwith her, and and come before the said meeting have learned to love and respect her for properly Fororder oi the Board of Directors. By ttoora 1 fujl 3, her true womanhood. H. M. McCubtb, Secretary. irst National Bank Bnilniaf. , It is a w.ll known fact that anion" Nephi July 20th 1595, at Hv o u.d' tZ;,".cj -- k CO-OPE- -- UNION TIle PALACE. j ' THUIk- ; BATHS -- i ; 1 - H. HAWKINS'