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VTA A Country People Rcci ' 3 Absolutely Independent i V On all questions whether Social or Iteligious, political, BLADB. i Is the or Favor." Fear Trutfc without he The BLADE ; oa Motto:-"T- The advertisements in the Country Tapers, and as has the Largest Circulation of any Paper In Central and Southern It offers the bestUtah, possible medium for Advertisements. N ! . Terms; bix unontha, $1.00. , $2.00 per year, in advance, : NEPHI CITY, UTAH, SATU11PAY MORNING, NOV. VOLUME III. "Nevada" to-nig- the in ht house. , NUMBER 24. 23, 1895 The Masked Ball. The masked ball of Wednesday evening was a rather swell affair. The Foote the ball tooic place opera house in whichoccomodated could easily have thirty more couples, bit those present enjoyed Opera Inquire of A. Uadds. Childrens knee suits'BelUng at cost a tf. Excelsior Mercantile Co. Oraiona for 50c per bushel. ' ; . Jos. Witbeck of Manti was in town this v week visiting friends. exThe cheapest stock underwear ever at tf. hibited in Nephi .Excelsior, The largest variety of dress goodIs at lowest prices at Cnarles Foote'a tf. Several inches of the beautiful" fel for the Thursda3r night. Good weather ' ng relatives and friends in Nephi. Win. T. Gregory of Osceola; Nevada was in town on Monday and Tuesday. The latest styles in dress goods jus received at Chas. Foote's J oh a Church, of Oasis, has been indicted for breaking into the store of David Day, O isis, and abstracting tobacco etc. valued at 153. When the scalp is atrophied, or shiny bald, no preparation will restore the hair; in all other cases, Hall's Hair Kenewer will Htart a growt h. Mi33 Mary Morgan has just returned from Salt Liake with all the latest and roost fashionable millenery goods bast adapted for the season. S. II. Alexander of Mill Creek, S. L. Couiuv. was a south-boun- d passenger to Oasis, last Tuesdav. Ha will 20 out to Dugway to look after mining interests. . i WMmmMMm mm i: . sheep-me- ; A MAN OR LADY TO MANAGE tISTRIB- do corressamples, specialties, utlng soapSend ponding; sylvan Co., 727 Woodward, De outfit offer. for sample soap, etc., receive .'. 24-2- ;'.) :.. j 7 President Wm. Paxman boarded Wed to Omaha nesday's U. P. train en route.Trans-Miswhere he will meet with the issiDDi Contrress to which Mr. raxmaa is a delegate. J ' . H. M. McCune was in town during the week visiting with his family and friends, and on Friday returned to ait aaite, where he is running the Cullen Hotel barber snop. s White-topne- d are still on the streets of Nephi. Sup plentilui dies ate beinz stored and as fast as load ed the teams are turned westward toward the winter ranges, The BL.4DH weather pronasticator and expert meteuroiogist has been induced to open his prophetio mouth and the result is' the people may prepara for an unusu ally hard winter. I- " - WMilTTlK- v.- . a i s a. . j. 1 MavorR.J. Clavton has severed his less figures Ladies' Wraps at official and social relations with the peo in Salt than Die of Neuhi and has moved to I3altl .Lake co-o- r. Lake City. Citv. Mr. Clayton; has been a good citi zen and the people generally say 'good The Sanpete Valley railWayi and good luck." time on the 17th, it now arrives atchanged 1 bye Nephi 'Turn the rascals out" the familiar from the south at 11:02 a. m. instead of party-cr- y may be applied to microoes 10:10 a. m, and leaves at 11:45 instead of n.s well as to men. Tiae eerms ot disease 10:55. f out" that lurk in the blood areas "turned The Union Pacific passenger train eff actually as hv Aver'a Hananarilla changed time last Sunday it now arrives the old postmaster are displaced by at Nephi from the north at 11:05 a. m. new administration. instead of 10:35 a. m. and from the south Manv oeocle, when a little constipated, at 2:40 p, m. instead of 1:25 p. m. make the mistake of using saline or other drastic nnreratlves. All that is needed is T. B. Allred sr of Deseret, made The a mild dose of Aver's Pills to restore the Blade: sanctum a brief but newsy visit reerular movement of tne Dowei3. ana last Wednesday. Mr. Allred, wife and nature will do me rest. J.ney iteep- tne son have been on a visit to father. syBtem in perfect order. Reuben W. Allred of Spring City, and - that old gentleman's 80tti James Hutchison of Hinokly laid over celebrated'-last the two Tuesday, in Nenhiadav or week, birthday early in ... ?v vidians wita bis aaucncer,..-3irt- . on jaxnes ' Joseph a prosthia after Brown, to city, Provo Garrett, and then proceeded season in muttons spent shipping where he went oeiore tne grana jury, as perous eastern markets, has returned to spend a witness in. tne inveskijaiiiuu ua mo taoo to Nephi, and shows his apof Frank Walker of Hinckley, charged the winter in The of Blade by handing in preciation with fornication. a for is The cash subscription. After an absence from home of nearly growing in favor every day. Blade two months, only six days of which time have been spent in Nebhi, The Blade Before buying your, winter; clothing editor turned his; fce toward Deseret, call at Charles Foote's .and eave from He will take twenty-fiv- e last Thursday morning, to forty per cent. Every hold of the Deseret Litkia water propobody is invited to call and examine our ition in earnest, and arrange for prompt stock and prices. tf. , :'" ' consignments to the smithanaJJrug uo. Marshal- Goldbrough seems! to have Salt Lake, where the great only Kianev cure will be dispensed to tnose tnat bad his hands full this week in looking after an army of tramps that have may need that remarkable fluid, oa Nephi like a swarm of Kan M. The pleasant face of our' genial p. C. F". Anderson is again seen on tne sas locusts. Wednesday wasa only an gang of day for tramps but streets and behind the screen partition of average was and out thirteen hustled beyond Mrs Anderson and office. Mr. the Post limits just before evening, and city have spent an enjoyable three months the that nine others were with relations and friends in Iowa. it was learnedthe South side of the about The Blade with a host of friends says hovering act wisely in looking will town. People absence his welcome home." .During after lines and chicken their clothes Martin Larsen has performed the duties after their stores. merchants and coops, of P. M. in a manner highly satisfactory as there is no doubt that the robbing of to the public and has proven himself to EUertson's store at Mona was the work be assidious and obliging to everyone of the1 genus tramps. contact. come in has he whom with ' ' 'Are you The BLADH-man- ?' and' Miss Emma Lunt Mr. : "Yes Sir." of matri the in bands joined holy bonds All right, just send The 3 LADS to my mony Thursday evening 4 o'clock at at address; in Salt Lake City. Here's the the residence of the brides' cash. 1 like its fearless and" breezy air Bifchop W. H. Warner officiating.parents. After and regard it as oae of the best weeklies the ceremony was performed, and al in ytah." Thus said Orson Ilogers, the present had wished the happy couple a long-tim- e traveling man for Spencer joyous and prosperous journey through Glawson life, about 150 guests sat down to the ta Last Monday evening the new moon bles where a bounteous least was spread made its appearance away towards the before them. "After supperthey proceed south. Vic." Caudland, a local weather ed' to Foote's opera: house where a most it wilf be a warm moan. It enioyaole time was had in "dancing until prophet,says was tipped down so- that no Lamanite, two o'clock in the morning.. - The Blade nor Nephite for that matter,, could bang joins with-- host of friends- in wishing his traditional bow on the hook of the the young couple a most joyous and new moon. Tnat means tnat it is in a prosperous voyage over the ocean of life nephi car-- , . ; - ! . ; iless - EXCEL SIOR - .'.MBReALNTI-LEX- T-.-B-j's f O Leaders in Ilow Prices. . ' T.AMPS Might Glow Thai burns 800 hours at the cost of 2 cents without smoke smell. PYP BR & GO'S. -' l0 -- - : ',:': fisBrei ' Prices' , ',:: f- h - ; V; ' -: ;v; v:-:- t'":." :i '..i' nephi. 'v:y?: ,', i ricb . yrr xxt Is the only Ol & 7tb aCu to Desere, Uah, one ml(i frow Oasis (station: tween ! Hotel be- First-clas- s BTepM1 and Milford, h Rates in harmony with the times V'. famous We have a well oC the on the premises, Water Lithia Deseret a s which and diseases of the for Brikht'iand aH all! other urinal troubles. ind a Kidneys, BUidder Tn order to show our faitn in l.us, we make the following proposimufi If any one afllictedi with any of the troiibles above enumerated are not relieved in ohe month, and cured in three months, no charge will be made for board. mind the DisstoET HoCra is flrSt c:ass in every particular. 8?"):" i ' i Star m- - nRS. j. Fv GIBBS, proprietor ed - i: : . I ; Wm-Burto- 4 4 : nosition to Bpill the last drop, and there fore it will be va- wet ..moon. Hence, for the next ten days we will have a warm and wet spell. As soon as it gets full," Marshal Uoldsbrough will ran the moon in to keep it from interfering with the Xmas weather. On December! 28th it will be turned loose so that its baneful influence may further the weather predictions of The BLADB meteorologist. Orson Rogers, traveling for Spencer Clowson, spent Sunday at the: Union. Mr. Rogers, like nearly all traveling men, is perremal spring oranecdotep and lium to that he is an auth or; and in addition balky norses. onA dozen or, so ority onnear the'Unionj Monday morn people ing fcpent at least an hour in trving to start a balky horse. .The mate was will ing but did not care to pull the tragpn and the balky animal. Mr. Rogers went over to the balky outfit, unsnapped the breast strap of tbe balky hore4 ahd snapped the fastening into the ring of tne neck yake, and told the teamster to drive on. It worked like magic. The willing horse could.then start the wagon j and when the balky animal; felt the wagon strike his hind legs, he made a quick movement forward and the thing was done and the grateful teamster sped down the street at a 2.40 rate. ' It is a simple and easy receipe," much better than a whip and when teamsters use the remremember the genial edy, tbey should Orson Rogers of Salt Lake; Notice to Subscribers. Our entire subscription list has been the hands of Andrew Palmer, placed inwho has instructions to make Jjephi; prompt and vigorous collections of ail delinquent accounts.. Respectfully, J- - F. Gibes..- NOTICE OF . i tf.- - MASS-MEE- N6i T! THE HAGUE CAtfifi. In the First District Court This Week at Provo Witnesses for the Defense. , The Blade avails itself of the Salt V Lake Herald for the .following report ' O the Hague trial. Provo Nov. 18 This morning in the d Hague case W. I. Brown wat in regard to his connection with the First National Bank of Nephi. He and James HiiErecson another director, had been an examining co umii tee and as such had examined the condition ot thebank and reported t the board of direo- , t rs. Tne minutes of a board meeting of October 4, 1&"94, and their adaption oti motion of witness at.a meetiag held Jan uary 3, 1S95, were introduced in evidence, ' l'he examining committee presented a re port at the Oclobermeeting to the effect ' . -- crosa-ex-aiuine- " 1 : ' i" . AT THE PRESBYTERIAN. Communion Services Last Sunday Rev. Wilson the Speaker. At the Presbyterian Church last Sab bath morning Rev. O. S. Wilson preach,- i from the text Ps. 67:3 r'Let the people praise thee, O Lord, let all the people He showed that the writthee, praise er of the Psalm was stirred up with re gard to the salvation of the world. He showed the universal plan of God which included all nations as well as the Jews, if only they would believe on Christ. He showed also the obligation resting on . the Christian church evangelization of the world. In the evening he took as his text the 3rd chapter of Daniel, 18 verse;, "We will not serveHhy Gods,, nor worship the golden image which thou hast set as his subject ihe "Power up." He took and showed how necesart it was to f orm the right kind of characy er. uur lives depend mora upon our inner character than upon surrounding 'circumstance;,. The only sure character is that formed by .fixing our: faith on ' - Jeus Chriiit. ' Jeroma K. Jerome's Short stories. n Jetome Jv. Jerome has written a series of short stories ' for The Ladies' Home Journal. Toey will be published' during few months, under the cap the of Stofies of the Town." tion ensuing Mr. n Jerome portrays types or characters in these stories, fthe first of .which he calls Blase Billy." The ser ies is interesting from the fact that it constitutes the first short stories that Air. Jerome has ever written directly for an American periodical. The Ladies' r Home Journal Philadelphia weil-tnow- To Cosder, the Wool scouring Plant Proposition! . 4 In the absence of Mayor Clayton , I m of the requested to- call acitizens of Nephi, and all residents o Jiiab county that may desire to attend, to canvene in the Court house, this city, on the evening of Tuesday, November 26th Suit Against Nephi Savings Bank. at 7:30 sharp, for the purpose of discus woo a of Peterson has filed a suit against matter Chris the establishing sing compascouring plant within or near this city the Nephi Savings Ba"bk: & Trust The subject is of the .utmost importance ny far $2,250, with interest at 5: per jeent. and should bring out a large per annum, compounded quarterly jifrora tion of the people. Very respectfully, April 11, ISSeh He alleges that he deposited the above amount in the bank at F. Probate Judge that time, and that defendant has not paid the same nor any part thereof. Plaintiff-ia resident of Deseret, Millard . A Surprise.county-- - g masg-meetin- e rep-esent- a- Wi-CHAPPK- L. . s . - the measure to Invite all our customers to come and guess how many old Buttons we have in a sealed Bottle the closest o"sser will fiet a prize of a at $25.00 suit of clothes or overcoat on choice. The buttons Will be counted Christmas Eve. Remember this .is a present we make free to all our customers no other persons belns allowed to guess. Thanking the population for their generous support to our business we solllsit Satisfaction being further prtronage. always guaranteed We have If. THILL - . Merchant.Tallors, north of p. & CO. Nephl.- I was unable td uanj The Only World's Fair tarsaparilla, JLYJBR'S riJOJLS cure Headache. - ; icq Cv -- t;; t , ' K" i.j'V 'N ' Louis, our sweet little girl is gone, Angles, to join in the solemn song, Gone, to sleep in our dear Savior's arms the securities Where all is Love, Peace and. beautiful that they bad examined ; and fdund them in.; good shape and pgree- charms, ed With the boOksi tbey had also counted Respectfully, cash and; found it correct. In Marchi , J. S. Blake the he had authorized Alma' Hague to 1893, 1895. Nov. 20, Hinckley, of" . dis-cend- -- MY - Stand Hanging "'C relief only by means of hypodermic injec tions of morphine. I haft my limbs bandaged in clay, in sulphur, in poultices but these gave only temporary relief. After trying ; everything, arid suffering the most awful, tortures, I began to" take Ayer's SarsaparilKa. Inside; fit two; months, I was able to walk Without a caoie. In three months, my limbs began to strengthen, and in the course of a year, I was cured. My weight has increased'4 to 165 poundsj, and I am now able to do my full day's work as a railroad blacksmith." ' H";; ';"-- A 1 i , ' 1 .: being twisted up in knots. Perhaps a few lines from this prosper-Th- eous town would not be amiss. beopie in general are en joying good health. is all done tor this year. And rhreshing the hearts of our farmers have been made to rejoice, with: but one or two exceptions as our crops have yielded from 50 to 150 bushels more than we expected. Thes beautiful weather is all ones heart could desire and fall work is being pushed with v. vengence. We have quite a number of welcomed visitors, in the form of bouncing' babies. who help to make life and home desir' able. Bro. Earnest Theobald arrived, home ast evening from his field of labor, as a in Michigan; lie was remissionary leased on account of poor health. He had been gone about eight months. A cloud of sorrow came over the peo ple of this vicinity Saturday the 16 inst, , about noon, when it became known that the little daughter of brother and sister A. A. Hinckley of this place, nad: accidentally got hold of some strychnine, and child like put it in her mouth With the result; that she died in untold agony in about an hour and a half afterwards. One can readily imagine the anguish and tortue that Mrs. Hinckley; endured from the fact that her husband was over at Fillmore at the time. Bro. Hinckley left all hearty and well Friday afternoon to do business as collector for Millard coun ty. A telegram was sent him about 1 o'clock Saturday, and he arrived home about sundown. The name of the little girl was, Louis Edna Hinckley.. Was born in this place August .JL8th ,1893 and died Nov. "lbiili IS05". "Aged 2 yv.ars, 2 months and 28 days. In sweet remembrance of - ! ...v. dress ;myself, except with assistance, and ; could only; hobble about by using a cane. 1 l had no appetite, and was assured by the doctors, that I could not live. The pains, at times,; were so awful, that I could procure f 1 . j Hlnckley Happenings. Enock Burton, one of Nephi's popular carpenters, returned home' 'Thursday trom Milford where he has been for tne last two or three months, working at his profession. (V 'i Editor Blade: to-nig- Co-o- ; "For five years, 1 suffered untold misery' from muscular rheumatism.' I tried every' known remedy, consulted the hest physi-- ' cians, visited Hot Springs, Ark., three times, : Spending $1000 there, besides doctors' bills t "but could obtain only temporary relief. My flesh was wasted away so that I weighed ' only ninety-thre- e pounds; my left arm and' leg were drawn out of shape, the muscles" 1 : p Call at the Nejthi for re have JEants. your They just ceived the best ever seen in Nephi for $1.50, worth $3.00. HvEing, Vater Valley, Hiss., cured by Avar's Sarsanar ilici ; . ' "''0......'. sheep-waeon- or one ijeasc money, isargains m Underwear, C lothmg, Overcoats Blankets Dress Goods etc; iGo where the Xiargest Stock is ried to the Xieading i Merchants Hog' . IkT C. . : ; i t s- ami rat nm ' ; j 10c ' . Don't fail to see Johnson Bros, to night at the Opera house in the modern drama Kevada.?' J The coldest wave of the - season struck Nephi Thursday night It now looks as if winter had set in earnest. Th wife of W. G. Broadheadj presented her husbaud with a bouncing baby girl last Tuesday. All doing-wellDon't the people of SouthernUtah know sending they can save money and time by their mail ordere to McNally & Lunt? , Druggists, Nephi. Gents' suits from S3. 50 up. Youths' suits from $3.00 up. Boys' suits with knee pants from 75cts. to $3.50 at Charles Foote's. tf. Isaac B. Darton of Provo was in Nephi last Tuesday and took time t call on The Blade and say "put my name! on your subscription list. " o L. i L. Hudson an oM time resident I. I. n. f iNspni, on nis way irom tne soutn 10 oai" Lake City stopped over in Nephi Thurs day - friends. f visiting The S. P. V. R'y train 8 coraei in loaded "down to the guards" with stock, sheep, lumber etc. The passenger traffic is .also increasing and all of which is most grat- llying. The Nephi Elocution Class under the management of the Johnson Bros, will, present the modern drama Nevada,' or ,4lhe Lost Mine," in the Opera house t troit. Mich.. n. 3SL" . " , - FROM themselves to the utmost. The music by the NeDhi quadrille band was most excellent. Nearly every ..type and nationality was represented including Will Downs who appeared in all the splendor of an oranee colored mask. Uncle Sam, apparreled in the national colors and emblazoned with stars was a Li Hung clang, conspicuous figure. Lee Hop and wah sing from the Flowery the fair daughters of Empire embraced in a 4plain" Waltz. France and Icaly A greaser from the border land of Mexico and attired in black pants, kelsbneered with red, and jacket to match was one of the best characters represetted. Rob McCune was attired in a costly sailor's suit, and a cap bearing the letters, U. S, S. Alert." Long haired sons of Spain and in becoming costumes were dwated Italy to dark eyed and languishing; senoritas and flower girls; Plump pleasant maidens from the land of Souer Irout were happy in the ar ns of Chinamen, greasers, cowboys and awkward country gawkeys. There were many costumes that repre sented nothing in particular and served no other purpose than ' to conceal the dentity of the wearers; and at first glance one would have thought that Mrs. borenson's physical culture class .with their abbreviated costumes had- - turned out to the ball. On the whole, the, cos tuming was creditable and the characters well sustained.; As other duties called our reporter from tne hall, at an early hour the unmasking was passed and" the identy of the characters must remain an unknown quantity. v James Bigler is up from Mllford visit' v , " PISE UNTOLD . . Fatal Poisoning at lllnckly; At Hinckley, on Saturday last,r the eldest child a litt'e daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hinckley-die- d by accidental strychnine poisoning. The suffering of the little one was most terrible. To add to the anguish of, Mrs. husband and father was Hinckley,-thabsent in Fillmore, and arrived home after the death of his child. three-year-p- ld Some of Provb's attorneys are on the eve of seeking locations elsdwhere, fear- , Judicial district,' under ing the Fourth be- - very, lucrative. statehood viH-net' - - Enquirer. , . ' his money; ' loan Ingram; Bros. $500 never seen He had the note Ingram Bros. gave for this loan, and in settling a S300 note he owed the bank, which took pince on uctooer ks, iy4, ne naa appnea tne V Ingram Bros, note: on that. Mr. Brown said "May it please thrf courts before we proceed with the defense I have a motion to make.'.' Mr; Brown then move! jto strike out the testimony of Mr. WhitmOre, for the reason that after he had been! placed on the stand by the prosecution they had sought tp impeach him and destroy his testimony by trying to prove that other testimony had been given in other places, and for the reason that the defense had not been permitted to recall him for The motion was denied. BROWlJ'a STATEMENT. Mr.; Brown then made the; opening?1 statement. "The defense would show that the charge against'A Ima Hague was1 not true. He was charged with raakiug'a false entry in entering the Ingram Bros, note dn January 3, 1894. The defense" would prove the entry was a true one id The meaning of the every, r spect. entry; would be considered; the IndicTt,. ' - cross-examinatio- I - ment charged that the entry meant thai at thatJate Ingram Bros, had borrowed ,i f575Jrom the bank on that date and therefore owed the bank that amount. ,. The defense would show that the entry did not necessarily mean' that but that it might mean that the bank had bought tii e note.- They would also show that ' there was no intent to defraud and de- ceive, and that the bank was not defraud- no one was., deceived. On ed, and that of the 14th day June," 1894, W. I. Brown' borrowed from the bank fSOOj tne inter'-est was added to: it and the note "was' 8 made for J018. On October 2 the note was paid and he believed that if the note was here itl would sirow that the note was paid by renewal. It would be proven that if the note was forged on the 3rd 'i' day of January, 1894, it was in favor of W. I. Browa, but the proof would tend to show that the note was legitimately entered and applied on the payment on the note owned by Mr. Brown on January 3, 1894J The defense would also in- - " troduce evidence to prove the good char-actof Mr, Hague. Mr. Brown here earnestly spoke of the ' good record of the defendant in the nst iwhich would tend to show that he was not guilty of the charge brought against him; The defendant was visibly affected this portion of Mr. Brown's ad- during dress. John R. Twelves cashier of the Provo Commercial Savings bank, of Provo, was 4 the first witness.' He did not think the ion the notes introduced id signature was vidence written the same person who wrcte the body by of the notes, nor that they were written by Mr. Hague. Herman Martin, of Martin & Swasey; bankersi Provo, was next called. did not beaeve the signature of the eio-h-He" notes and the endorsement on the Ingram" note was written by Mr. Hague, nor that it was written by the same , person ' had written the body of the notes who After the arguments of the both sides, the court :instmkattorneys on ors.who retired about 4o'clockWednesdav After being out two nights .fI.l the jufy came into mnrt.t m 7r,"tV Friday and reported that they had degreed and were discharged.--' ' - t -- er ; 1 ' t 1 '