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|Paper||Millard County Blade|
N my heart there lies a casket. Fettered by a band of gold, And this casket holds a treasure, For its' wealth could not be told. Long, ago I hushed the sighing Of this being, 9 slumber fast Would you know the prisoned sleeper? 'Tis the Memo.7 of the Past. Love's fond prayer can wake It never, ' Snow white lids are closed for aye; And the lyre the trembling fingers! Used to touch is hushed alway. 1 And the key is' safely hidden : In oblivion deep and fast, And no hand shall break the fetters From the Memory of the Past, Once the lyre, now hushed forever, In the silent, pulseless hands, rhrllled my breast with keenest anguish Till I forged the golden band. Dnce my heart was bruised and beaten Asia reed before the blast, But Its sorrow sleeps forever With the Memrry of the Past. Mrs. Emma Ammerman. moment more and sudden destruction would be upon her. The gentleman opened his; lips to cry out. Half a mile of valley separated him from the woman. He could only sit frozen with horror and with eyes glued to the opposite hill awaiting the end. The woman had stopped her team and eat as if petrified; It was Impossible to turn round or even to turn out. If she did nothing it was because; there was nothing to be done. Suddenly, to his unutterable amaze-me- n t the watcher saw the woman rise deliberately in her seat, raise her arm and; fire. There was a flash, a put! of smoke, a report, and simultaneously the outer of the two frenzied horses stumbled, fell and pitched; headlong, dragging his companion and the wagon over into the gorge belowp All this had passed in a flash. The watcher, stupefied and gasping, sat gazing at- the valley, into the depths of Which the mad vision had disappeared. Then he looked at the mountain opposite. ' The narrow roaa was perfectly free, the air was still as before, the silence unbroken, and the team with the" eolltary woman was quietly winding, up the road again. The man, too, resumed his climb, but with an indelible picture burnt upon his brain. Who the woman . was he never knew. A pioneer and a mother of pioneers probably, whose frontier life had made her familiar with danger and swift in emergencies. i :y:ly.:Ayy-;.,-An instant's Indecision, the trembling of a hand would have been fatal; but both brain and hand were under absolute control. In nine cases out of ten it is not the danger which kills us but we Who cowardly commanders of ourselves lay down our arms and succumb without a struggle. He Wipes Dishes The Millionaire. OOBNER OF ODDITIES. THE BLADE. published Every Saturday at AND CURIOUS PHASES OF LIFE. QUEER ODD, I ; - ! ' KBPHI, - UTAH. th.9 Memory of the Past A Lord as m Scullion Romance of an Old Fiddle .U Cannon. --An Unknown Ileroine--Th- e J. Frank to Mlllion-airCongress... Delegate OFFICERS. TERRITORIAL . L -- Caleb W. West . iAmor. THE DIRECTORY. - . e. - . .SMerrltt. gffi jStice.... Jrtfe.. odat Kinf. mH. T-.w- . . LanA Offlc ftSfelrer Land Commissioner ..BryonGroo, Frank Harris. Qfflc..U. . of Schoo- U- .T. B. Lewis. -- i. UTAH COMMISSION. -Losran. fiftorf e Thatcher. --- a O. ....!. Norrei.. gM. Bait Lake Eiort Bhennan .Bait Lake Cltj. City. S. W. Tatlock- -. JUAB COUNTY DIRECTORY, .........011 probate lectmen -r- fcBE-??SS5S . j. . . . .J. Tv Sheriff Sullivn W. Cailer .1.....D. i . Clerk- and Recorder William Burton, Thomas Winn . . j. . . . Edward PLtoe , Attorney Assessor and Collector. .............. 4 . . . .T. C. Hanford 4. .. .William Odrey . . . Eustice Tourer Ooraner gnpt Sohoola ...........John Foofce MILLARD COUNTY DIRECTORY. Greenwood. Probate Jadfe-.-.-Josh- ua Andreas Petersom. . John Strler. James Gardner. Holbrook. ;C. O.Greenwood. Alma A." .A. C. Hinckley Canister .Tho. .J. no. M. Hanson. U Wlllard Rogers, Joseph D. Smith .Sidney Teeples. Selectmen.. I Sheriff..- - Assessor Collector Clerk and Recorder Attorney gurveyor. ..--- Treasurer. .... . ...... .. .D. Coroner,. gnpt Schools. , ! for j breach of promise. writer on a Chicago paper winds up a terrific (screed against bJoomers by saying that if they have This come to stay she wants to die. writer probably has the orthodox ChiA lady - cago feet. j writer In Paris says with startling frankness, "I cannot conceive why any one should get married; divorce over here has made the matrimonial tie so A lax." And we thought that thing was confined to j Chicago! sort of Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria, is j ap- parently striving to win eminence as the meanest scion of royalty on earth. The contract is a difficult one, but it must be admitted that erdinand seems to have success within his grasp. , A that he Is gentleman who declares theist" has tackled; Rev. John Snyder for a heated discussion, which may laat all year, and yet some St Lbiiisans are talking of paying railra "cosmic oad fare to Dallas, Texas, to see and Fitzimmons scrap. Cor-be- tt A heroic woman In Pennsylvania saw a little girl gowning in a deserted quarry, and in; lieu of a rope "yanked" off her (the heroic woman's) teagown, flung out one end of it to the perishing child, and saved her (the child) from a watery grave; Of what use would a bloomer woman, have been in such a case? Now that It Is all over, It may not De deemed impolite to remonstrate, In a spirit of perfect kindliness, against the prayers of our recent delightful guests, that we all might be made better men and women, says a Boston exchange. It was well meant, but It did not take note of the difficulty of arriving at utter perf- ection this on . mundane sphere. j that In one of the eastern members of a disgusted with the condition of a public road that they devoted a week to working it, at the end of which time the road presented a creditable surface. In the meantime the men folks continued to 'discuss the good roads matter. It is true, however, that even a small girl can.fill up more mud holes with a spade than a United States senator can do with logic. States the young lady bicycle club became so Emilio Castelar thlhks America is twjust to Spain, "the mother and discoverer of America Spain may . be j the mother of America, but she never treated her child with any maternal tenderness. She simply used her Ameri! ; for what she could get out them, and her influence, wherever It has been felt on this continent;; has can colonies of only served to retard progress and prevent development. It Is no wonder that such a mother should not be ardently ' loved. I John W. Foster says j that' when Li Hung Chang was shot at Shlmonoseki k did not mind the pain and danger of the wound half so much as he did the disgrace of having received a bodily in- -i fary at the hands of a common man. He felt that this stain his person - I f ' ; - j j Lord and Lady Sholto Douglas are In Alameda. Lady Douglas is getting a foretaste of the vicissitudes of married life, f The couple are stopping at the Alameda Hotel, on Park street, near Buena Vista avenue. They have been at the hotel for" the past Ave days. The hotel Is conducted by Mrs. Sauriders and is used principally ror lodging purposes, says the San Francisco Chronicle. L Lord and Lady Douglas were given the best irooms in the house and the use of the dining room and kitchen. Lady Douglas cooks the meals and washes her own dishes, while his lordship meekly assists by wiping the dishes. The presence in Alameda of the titled couple was a profound secret: and would ' have probably remained so for some time had not Lady Douglas turned her dainty foot in Park street the other day. As a result of the accident her ankle was slightly sprained and! she visited a drug store to obtain some liniment. She there met a gentleman who knew her when she was Miss Addis,j and the secret was out. Lord Douglas and his wife rode about the city with a real estate agent yesterday in search of a furnished house. They decided to rent F. G. Welp's cottage, furnished, at 2114 Encinal .avenue, and will occupy it on Lord Douglas' health and after is not of the best, and he thinks that Alameda's climate will agre with him. Then it is such a nice quiet place, and practically free from the irrepressible reporter. When the couple took up their temporary residence at the hotel they gave explicit orders not to admit any one to see them. If any reporters called they were to be turned away. : Lady Douglas was in Alameda just two days when she caught the bicycle crajseT She' would learn to ride a wheel and she did. Lord. Sholto was content with watching his wife, and the bicycle has no "charm f or him. ftLady Douglas was ail apt pupil. She was soon spinning over the smooth pavements, and enjoyed herself Immensely. On the fourth day she apof peared in bloomers., They were made made cloth. dark green Lady Douglas them herself and they are an excellent fit.- It is the present intention of Lord and Lady Douglas to remain In Alameda three months unless they are driven thence by the lady's mother and . to-da- ; y. ; - ; 1 , ; Who is this man? This Is the millionaire, the man who wanted to be rich and has got rich.; is he the happier for it? Bless your soul, he's more miserable, fuller of cares and anxieties and harder work than ever. He is the veriest slave of them all. He is pushed with business and business is pushing him. He has so many irons in the fire that some of them are burning his fingers while others are getting cold. His present life,! a rush from the meeting of this board to that board and thence to some other board. He is director of this company; and trustee in that and silent partner In? another, world without end and more coming. He hasn't time to eat and hardly to sleep, and when he does lay his poor head on the pillow he can't stop business plans and schemes, hopes and fears from whirling and whirring through it. He can't take a day to spend in quiet out of town, and if he could he would take ' all of his business with him into the woods. He is a slave and a victim. His millions in bank don't bring: him so much enjoyment as a new ten-cepiece given to a boy ten years old. He is infected with hard-worki- ng nt Ho. Obeyed Instructions. fellow with a certain air of dry humor about the corners of his mouth, stepped quietly one day Into the tailoring establishment of "Call & Snigger," and remarked to the clerk A solemn-lookin- g f In attendance: T want, to snigger."- h "What do you mean, sir?" upon wiped out, and that he never again be able.to hold his hign; among his (peers. Perhaps U the Japanese had ennobled the young madman before they hanged him, old Li ould have felt better. could never be 1 Choice Fresh Meats, Mutton, Veal, Chipped Beef and Bologna. Your patronage solicited. MoNALLY & LUNT, PRESCRIPTIONS If you are KANSAS CITY, LOUIS. Be ron and uk for a tloket tbat itts VIA MiciflniiF i Bnnifi n MIAMI snl J. M. 0. OSTLER,- self-asserti- j , CURRENCY. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company 18 erecting scales at Its Pottsville (Pa.) yard that will weigh half a dozen cars at a time, going at full speed. During the first half of the current year 201 new textile mills were built In this Country, against 116 in the first half of 1894, mostly In the southern states, j Professor A. E. Wright says that all our Ideas of color can be explained by the assumption of three pairs of contrasting colors white and black, red and green, and blue and yellow. OSTLER & 0CKEY, lishment, which he did, with a look iof angry wonder, grumbling to himself; "If they don't want strangers to call BEEF and snigger, why! do they put up a sign asking them to do it?" MUTTON modern Equipment and ' Chair Gars Reclining of regular train tickets. NEPHI. V. DARRAH, COMMERCIAL FBEIGHT AND AllD PRODUCE AT THE Salt Lake City, m. ',y:: CASH SIR E. at bottom price for JIIO DEVSliUP, MGR. - General Passenger DE3I3RDT. Utah, : & Tieket AgenV St. Louis, Mo. - Complete Line of Builders' Supplies. GRACE - H. C. TOWNSEND, spot cash. - AGENT. Room 21 Morlan Block, Goods East Main Street, Mill Work a Specialty," BROTHERS' Yard IVXill iplanihs .... PORK VEAL On St. Andrews' Links. ALSO- championship, finished! at St. Andrews some weeks ago, a competitor appeared one morning In a new suit of very de: cided pattern. His play was much short : 4 severof his usual form, and he missed persistent reporters. Manufacturers of and Dealers in . al easy puts at the first three holes. Doors.rf OCKEY, Windows, Turning to his caddie, he despairingly Mouldings, Romance of an Old Fiddle' i Mixed explained: Paints, Hardware, Coal, Witchlta, Kan., Special: Hugh on matter be c&n "What the earth UTAH. NEPHI Pickets, Cofiins, this near CITY, a farmer Caskets, Goddard, with me today? I played a great deal l! Comhination I etc. Wire : Fence, county, received a violin by express that better yesterday." Free delivery to any part of the city. bad in it something more soothing to a Special attention given to mail orders and the Southern Trade. The thus looked to, caddie, appealed Kansas farmer than music. Two years solemnly in his face, By ordering from us you save the freight from Salt Lake City to this andreplled: at died Peter his Conroy, uncle, ago "Ye sud never play a match In a pair point, Washington city. He was supposed to o new breeks, for be thinkln' ye'U aye R. E. L. COLLIEK, C. E. have some money saved up, and as them when ye sud be lookin at was his only heir he anticipated a boot a little fortune. When Conroy's will yer ba'I" Glasgow Mall. Engineering in all its Branches, was opened it was found that he left He Wants Too 'Much. he nothing to McGuire but an old fiddleIrefrom Tralee, County Kerry, We were all complaining about th brought 1848. Land and Irrigation Work a Specialty McGuire was so Indignant hard times and 'low wages, and pretty land, in that he would not pay express charges much everything else on earth. Engineer for Centrsl Land and Irrigatlot Clear LsVe Land and Irrigation Co .Co., on the fiddle to Kansas. One night he "That reminds me," jsald theretumed Fillmore Lane' Irrigation Co. and Whttr dreamed the fiddle was rull of money. tourist, "that I had occasion to hire a "Mountain Lai.u ird Irrigation Co; He spoke about it to his wife, and the man down in North Carolina the other latter, believing in dreams, appro- day and he told me the history of every Office: Court House, Fillmore, Utah f priated j $2.80 from her butter and egg man we met. There was one a certain fund to pay the charges. It arrived to- Bill Hen Somebody or other whom he Dealers in and Manufacturers of in it pointed out as the laziest man in the day, and when examined he found ' 160 acres a to arid deed $1,800 In money if,.r country. THE DESERET DAIRY CO. " 'Lazy?' said he. Huh! Why, Bill of land near Glymount, Va. Not a word I of explanation was with the money, and Hen, he won't do a lick o work for ' HAS FOB SALE his Is SADDLES AND what 35 McGuire a cents less'n wondering He jest wants Hugh' day. FULL CKEAM CBEESE. uncle's idea was. r The instrument was the y earth.' " Washington Post. torn to! pieces to get the money out, but it will be glued together again and DegeTet is noted for the fine quality Grateful. wall of Hugh McGulre's hung on thea" monument murmured the Pilgrim, of its Milk, Butter and Cheese. Gird "Thanks," to his uncle's NOSE cottage as' awfully." "Thanks, a trial. nr 0 memory. products The Fiery Dragon was at no pains to his annoyance, conjecturing conceal We also carry a full line of N. S. BISHOP, t An Unknown Heroine. was he that being guyed. A gentleman who has traveled all over do you thank me?" he demandSUPT. "Why the" world says that the coolest act of ed,' with asperity. heroism that he ever witnessed was per"If you were I," sighed the Pilgrim, formed f by a woman. He was driving "and hadn't had a drop to drink in on a hot summer day up a road i out forty-eighours, I guess you'd apprefrom the side, of a mountain. On one ciate anything that biteth like a side of him was a wall of rock, on the or stlngeth like an adder. Yes."serpent other side a precipice railing off to a As he spoke his eyes filled with tears. mile Detroit Tribune. valley, which was perhaps half a road Across the valley another wide. wound up another, mountain, and on it, A Harmless Practical Joke. team toilingatupward, he saw another who are fond of playing praca woman. Readers HnSjiartErs fir iraniQ IM. f with solitary occupant not are fellow tical jokes on their unfortunate only seep, Such mountain paths j at the followbut are rarely wide enough for two men may be amused ' CUty and county Newspapers from all puts 'j '. in preto except carefully ing: teams pass j fUten. one of your friends and tell Pick on pared spots.teams were not could On specimens from Detroit aal' he Jhlm put! one of his legs slowly crawling two The 'arms Vith his of clearness his the wrists In through peculiar upard. the utter stillness tied together. He will probably put his Etery thing RE3PE CT ABLH . the atmosphere and. and then canon both and hands try.', ornla HAfJHBOB REST0RED together sight Calif a of jROowimr WU of , fi Finding it a very simple feat, he will sound carry far. tlon of a famous French physician, will qnlcfely cure you of all nervous or diseases of the generative orpan". such aa lost Manhood, All at once the gentleman's ear was accept your challenge.; Tie his wrists THE PUREST WATER ON EARTH. and Insomnia, Pains in the Biick, Seminal JE missions, Nervons Debility. set noise him at work. upon falling firmly together Gm ti Premises. This Water Is GUAS itruck by a strange Exhausting- Drains, Varicocele and Pimples, Unfitness to Marry, soon his will He or He and Prevents legs his put losses all sharp. night by day through Constipation. It stops the quiet quick ANTESD CURE for all to Satorrh quickand ness of discharge, .which .if not edited across the canon, arms, but when he tries to get back listened; it came from uan tnenorrorsoiimpoteucy. Vn BEFORr AND AFTrri I his horror again he will find it next to Impossible. Diseases of the unpuritles, orpans and the L urinary kidneys and, turning, he saw toascent Bladd lei Kidneys and small weak organs.ri.nof" and restores Doctors CVPIDEXE at full After a little fun you can release him strengthens per .Is with reason are cured tearing adown the ofsteep The not sufferers by u tropbled testlmoni-als- . TssUmoalals on Application. powerful horses from his uncomfortable position. CUPIDENIO Is the only known remedy to cure without an orveration pair: ProtaIlK. gallop a Bixxaoeanot A written guarantee given and money such as the and testimonials. elleqt permanent cur attached to a heavy wagon MRS. J. F. GIBBS, Prop. $1.00 a box, six for $5.00, by mail. Send for fbse circular In. wood Mexicans use to draw Let all the ends thou aimest foh- - fce Address DAYOL MEDICINE CO., P. O. Box 2076, San FranoIscoCaJ, Jbr Sale by in the path for God, for country, and fur truth. UTAH. Down they came, straight FOR SALE BY McNALLY & LUNT, DUGGISTS, NEPHI. DESERET, was a driving. John Boyle O'Jteilly. up which the woman - Butter, Lard, Sausage i I Call oh or address PASSENGER OXJRBD -- To the Great Ocean. Elegant and thoroughly GENERAL MERCHANDISE j At the match for the amateur golf KronfjBiversUta,lr and Atlantis jS.' Butchers, - depot, And positively the quickest rouU All kinds of shoes made to .order. Workmanship second to none. First door south of Tabernaola, Wholesale and Betail 4 No tiresome layovers. Close connections in union In which the seats are free to holder! She I gaiess that's true she has two MAIN STREET, rings and a bracelet. ", RAILWAY. BOOTS AND SHOES. ve. Obrlonsly True. They say there's no end to MrsL De'Smythe's jewelry. leave- the estab- mu ; Vice-Presld- He Bill m GENERAL BANKING quite sure that men regard "sweet simplicity" as the greatest In All Its Branches. charm in women, and . especially in J. H. Ebicksok, girls, writes Ethel Ingalls. iThls does Geo. C. Whitmohk, President. not mean simplicity in the simpering W. W. Armstrokg,v Cashier. sense, but an absence of that affected air of boldness and mannishness which has lately been assumed by too many lovable girls. Then, too, sinrally in expression is one of the charcerity acteristics that charm men. To be ein-- i Manufacturer and Repairer of cere and candid the girl in society need never be abrupt nor I am ST. OR 50,000 $37,500 Woman's Greatest Charm. going to CHICAGO, hotel-keepe- ' HAG-UE- , IMer. open-heart- ed ."Well, I should like to snigger. noticed the invitation over the door, so I called, and now I think I'll snig!; A. V., GEORGE HARDY, Boot aMSboe - ger."' He was ordered to Traveler Learned in ' the Montana Mountains. j"The people of the east," said John P4 Miller, who has just returned from a trip through the west, to a Washingia all perfect fit guaranteed. Repairing ton Post reporter, "do not know what ItsA branches. ta Special attention called mafeed Universal sewing broad, hospitality means. his newdoesstyle. all Its work Inside of the shoe. It takes the experience of a trip through chine of Union, Main St., Nepal. Two doors north the northwest to learn how much one man can do for another. I never saw anything like it. The mere fact that I came frpm Washington in itself was frequently the open sesame to everything. If I knew someone who. knew DRUGGI STS, someone else, and he in turn knew the man I was talking to, there was nothing in the town too good for me. One gentleman to whom I was Introduced Carefully compounded. out in a Montana town did; not think , Mall or express orders promptly atteaed to. it too much trouble to drive me around Large Stack at Salt Lake prices. to several places which I had. to visit, and yet he and I were, total strangers SOUTHERN TRADE SOLICITED. until we were introduced an hour bem'NALLY & LUNT, fore.,. Another gentleman whose name I did not even learn presented me with NEPHI, yTAH. a flask of the finest whisky, while a r, who happened to hear that I wanted to meet a prominent citizen of the town, sent three of his1 The First National Bank, bellboys out to hunt up the man and bring him to the hotel. I could tell inNEPHI, UTAH. stance after instance of the hospitality of the western people, and I am will- CAPITAL ing to bet that my experience could not be duplicated in the east if I were to SURPLUS . travel for a thousand years." : I OSTLER & t V Mc-Gul- re, Mc-Gul- re j " NEPHI CITY, s nt the-regula- UTAH. OSTLER & ALLEN ; i : j ; -- HARNESS, j BRIDLES, j HOPPLES, . SACKS, ETC. Horse Furnishing Goods Sheep Men's ht ; , DESERET HOUSE. ; ; . i ; ' : I ; j Cs-wher- e. Perfect Seitisfeictiori j j j and Cowboys' Outfits. WE GUARANTEE i ' and schools are closed 01 losing, and what Is known as the vacation is supposed to prevail, but when regular school stops the summer ckool begins. The summer-schoolare JjWespread.'and popular. All sorts of lags are taught in them to all sorts of People, but their most numerous and Portant patrons are teachers and peo-l- A WJio haven't much time for selMm-crovemein school year. ,,Jt one hundred summer schools will 7 sessions in this country this sum-lT;- r; rsy are scattered all over tha BrottjcrB, j ; Th8 colleges . What an Eastern - That's all. It is said : t O. Oalliater determined to crowd tie Vanderbllts and Astors as lodal leaders. One ofj the nephews oi th late lamented Jay has been sued seem The Goulds ! , . 3 HOSPITALITY, IN NORTHWEST. - , k 4 ! i s t f 1: L !