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|Paper||Millard County Blade|
the torrent of invective is hulled at the el of your sympathy was in the interest of peace and unity among all the peo ple of Upahv From a tiny weakling, me clads his grown to a strong and healthy THE BLADE. THE TRIBUNE-MAN- . SHEEP MEN other party by his favorite orator, and like a hungr gosling gobbles up whatwho The ever falls and allows his digestive or- edits the Salt Lake Tribune, keeps on . Will soon be moving their ' ido the iest. SUBSCRIPTION KATES : to in and j soul gans in congenial his ' steeping Flocks to the Winter range method of "absorb- tentional falsification by denying tne 3.00 Per year. . . The foregoing a sheet with constituency large country rPavnW in advance. -J in the Western part of truth thathigh churchthat is ipread thickly over Central ing "political knowledge i evidently There are grave political ques- men used their influence in the politics Millard County Editor. Utah; from Old Mexico to Idaho, an! wrong. F. 6 BBS, from Jhe interior of Nevada tq Nebras- tions arising continually; questions of Utah during the late campaigu and WALTER TA'MES, oi Black Rock. Vital continto are of His every that thereto. has Its and Minnesota. importance ka three prior growth years I postj been a source of surprje and pleasure member of the body politic, and that ual assertions to the contrary would has been md M theJhfc Nphi Has just Laid in a Larg Application njfails for transmission Xhroc&h Bq of io J,h9 light make of Annanias the personification to the writer, because there has been cannqt be settled except ondlais iua.il naaffctr. Supply of QENERAL 'and an im of that t retires.: truth by comparison; and his treach- po effort to make qf it more than' a pa.le.lligence, MERpHANDISE And partial study of all sides of the ques ery tq every principle qf hqnop and purely local paper. tions. That caqnot be done except by manhood would make Benedict ArnISATUEDA.YM0RN.,N0V. 30, 195, The causes that have induced us to an uqbiased inyetigatioq into the old ashamed of the society of the Tribpart with The Blade; are many, the causes n fact, of existing conditions. How une editor. It is a principal one is found in the difficulty his that be is PQt sincere in professof making collections over no wide a few, indeed there are. that really peo- for the Mqrmon the of ions the causes, friendship produced j Beloy b a ljst Qf Qur agents, wljo will territory, and the exacting and unceasJove for For the Coming Season. late panic which cliqgs so tenaciously1 pie, nor in his allrtoq-sudde-n keqeive sut3criptiorfs ancj repejp for ing attention to details that become to the indqstry and coinuiercG pf the Mormon dignitaries. It is h Una burden that has beeq rnients: ith his own debased crew. Pelts will be Bought and Meals will it tell nation. you stumpers Sorqe Win.' Chastain, Iljapah, Toqeje C9. bearable It will be a relief to once he sneers at the very men before whom JtlLLAUD CODSTT. Furnished as Usual. more get beyond the reach of irnperi-tiv- e "wascaqsed by fear." That assertion ne is an aojv1' n uuuu pnuiui ex Oak own A. me is conceded City. tq be partially vampire; that be eats Joseph Lyman, cheerfully lying calls for "pop v." Christian Anderson, Fillmore. ana ir crements But qe qniy AVALTll in is timid. because private, capital Thos. Slemmptt, Scipio. In layiqg aside the edjtqriai labor.pf I right of 6ne even honor anq Chris. Overson, Leaoiington." possessed grain Black Rock, Millard Co., Utah. Geo. Crane,"K.anosb: The Blade, our strongest desire is the query as tq what caused the foar Hoonm; ha would loath himself as a to least will not at James Haton, Petersburg. ie questioning nrirurintr that a kind Erovidence may watch ov- minds. doy?n, 1. Mr . knave .and rjynocnte. Virgril Kellyi Burbanft. ana The inevitable was the itie Meadow. without panic took Hvmm Adams. Fair. spaiquig j Pfone But Ayer's at the world prots er eapb, reader and that long life and iSalt of Lake btar the James S. Blake, Hinckley. The truthful certain conditions. roasting of enjoys the exttra 'prosperity may abide with you all. him of robbing widows Ayer's Sarsaparilla of distinction havinc been the first question to be iqvestigated by the when it accused out in Nevada, and like a ordinary and Sincerely Yours, an exhibit at allowed blood prphan? purifier student of political economy is, what whipped cur now sits upon hfs hind only T. F. Qibbs. ManufacturWorld's the Chicago. fair, inof were office feenator. the those for ers the of A other qext cqnditions? by every sarsaparillas LEL)IGTQRY. sought legs begging y a to is means of obtain there their believes, as to goods, The be what showing honestly would Blade naturally quiry were all turned away under the but editor to Tribune the no they deed which TRANSFERRED. or conditions? those caused created ot the rule forbidding the engratify his inordi- application notstoqpto of and nostrums. For mora than two years we bave To give a lucii answer to those ques- would patent try nate vanity and love qf adulation; nor The dicision of medicines fair authoriWorld's the and The tenderly the studant would haye to pa- is there any depth of duplicity and ties in favor of Ayer's Sarsaparilla Ilade tions, patched oyer was With this issue of The Blade: the to which he would not in effect as follows: 44 Ayer's Sarsaparilthe iqdustrial and comtiently rnourished it bv every sacrifice within study of publication is transferred to patent medicine. It does not mercial history of bis country for at descend in order to secure,thea United la is'nottoa the in its precarious lniaucy business i pur power, list of nostrums. It is iiere B. Messrs. H. prospect States Fqr belong Alfred and Senatorship. of Pulyer Qrme, least two qr three cjecades. the little foundling was. unexpectedly On itsmerits." he that office, perhaps promise and the writer retires from, the editoruna thrust UDon us: it asked for shelter ial to The labor of honor attribute necessary bartered has proRer every and business management of the refused. was not and of Utah as the before nourishment and Atoney to Loan, people derstanding of the subject my be re and stands papsr, der of amount from one hundred to most loathsome In any specimen The best we bad has been given to it. as too high priced for the ob- the garded ten thousand dollars. to the Qn improved farm last manhood be debauched the and During eight weeks, praved As it grew, it found a warm corner in above named or on water Ptock. to be achieved j but a truth is the found on this side of the property of ject the gentlemen have done regions T C. Winn, County Recorder. until there the heart of its for which each shoqld la- damned. gem priceless of all the work nearly literary exceptof is sincere sorrow at the thought the editorials, and they have fur- bor, and whan the resultant blessings ing become has Its very nanje parting. nished Bladx readers with a bright, of its possession are considered, qo one e Endeared to us by almost ceaseless, should shrink what seems to be a plain and will do newsy to paper, continue has the time labor. and B,ut so. Tbey are young and capable, and dutyr The same determination to obto forced we are when say good pome are practical printers aqd I feel assur- tain the "truth should govern in every thousto and the to fye The Blaee ed they yrill make a success of their department of knowledge. In qrder to venture, and they are cheerfully re- obtain the truth of every proposition friendship we have striven to obtain, commend to qur large list of subscrib- presented fqr our coqsideration, there find where obtained, to merrit. OF OUE SUCCESS. should be a determination not to ac ers. During ttye last twenty seyeq months In parting with The Blade I do not cept aqy doctrine or assertion without matter that would make many volutnei sever my frome: ample prqof of itg correctness. Each s expect to entirely Jias been written and published Qn speaking acquaintance with past read- individual should hold ijjs mind open of general and passing interest as ers and friends. In additioq to a deep to conviction of political and all other veil as much that has .slightly trenchand interest in The Blade, doctrines no matter whether or not ed upon the domain of physical and so- habitabiding will serve to influence the writer they clash with preconceived opinions cial science. In al) that writing; we to continue the treatment of such sub- and beliefs. Every human being ougnt Jiave had but a single object to be pf as may be suggested, from time to to be willing to surrender a dozen eribeneflt to otjr fellow beiDgs. The ef- jects time by social and political incidents, rors for one truth no matter how hoary forts haye been accompanied by a de- and the same freedom will be exercised with age and sactified by ancestral ac sire to be honest and sinqere with our in the future as in the past. With ceptance those errors may haye been. feaders and just to all njen. IJowever-fuuc- many and ardent wishes for the suc- Whenever the human family become we may have fallen shqrt of cess of The BLAD3 and its readers, I thus imbued with the love of truth, ev ihose ideals, njust not be charged to beg to remain mosl; sincerely and faith ery obstacle to political, social and &ny lack of desire on our part;. The fully, material advancement will have been thoughts of mortals are more or less removed. J. F. GD3BS. f Also complete line of impressed with the nature of their surAlong with that love of truth there Albetross, Trimmings, Silks, Velvets c. Flannels, the environment Qf.a Jf roundings. should go the courage of his convic Mens, Youths and Boys Clothing, which is being sold with the profit entirely for you. THE BIGOTRY OF POLITICS. jbuman being 15 pleasant and agreeand in trying to impress the im tions, We also have just received a beautiful assortment of able, his or her thoughts will partake this quality, we can do no portance qf Crockery and Queensware, which is not surpassed at that influence, and the expression of During all the centuries of the past, better than to quo'te from the greatest this side the City. jhose thoughts wijl generally be kind and religion has taken the cake fqr un philosopher of the 19th century Mr. If you want to get you moneys wortbleall and see us I amiabje. If, on the other nand, reverse yielding. $ntollerance and unallayed Herbert Spencer who Bays; .conditions obtain, men and women will hesitates to utter that which Bqt in these modern days of Whoever be inclined to be caustic. And in the bigotry. thinks the highest truth, lest it should boasted enlightenment, politics has he be too much in advance of the time, may difficulties that beset the life of the forged tq the front with such reassure himself by looking at his acts impene-an from may be found trable and steel-clacountry newspaper-ma- n impersonal point of view. Let as to! him realize the fact that masons sufficient to condone whatever cause religion to take bigotry duly a back sat his opinion is a unit of force, constitut,of harshness may haye been njaqifested( where she sifcs T. H. G. PARKES, Superintendent. with other such units, the general blushing for very shame ing-, rom tiine to time in The Blade. Jn for the out social which works chances: power self- perverse, he will perceive that he may properly laying this, we depreciate any thought complacent mob that makesaqdup the; and utterance to hls innermost convicgive &bat we are offering any apology for rank and fle of the leaving it to produce what effect it tion; The politic?. body ia not for nothing that he has may. been rank and pointed in our only reason for such an inconsistent in him it ifiaving these sympathies with some prin treatment of men and events that ares condition of the and repugnance to others. He, mentaj status of the ciples with all his capacities, and aspirations, 4eserying of criticism. body politic is probably found in the and beliefs, is not an accident., but a 4 In the presence of our own we ax Of the time. He must remember pride of intellect that characterises al product is a descendant of the past, in esses,! we haye felt the fceenestxharlty while that most eyery human being, and in a ma that he is ahe the future; and that parent and sympathy for. thos? Lfeat .err, for jority of those cases that make ud the his thoughts are asofchildren born to him, Ve believe that deep dosrs til JtJhe heart which he not let die. may carelessly w JMot body politic, it is a pride of ignorance will the therefore of almost yery huma bsUig tore is a rather than a pride of knowledge, al- - wise man regard the faith that is in him. desire striven right, and we highest truth he sees he will fearindividuals in a great ma The lessly utter; knowing that, let what may to that class as also V thoughjthe to be a friend of instances believe it to be the come of jority ' it, he is thus playing his right the young whom we have tried part in the world. very reverse. Si jitrengthea by poiotaog out iheeviden-'ceWhenever the children of men shall The bigotry of politics is manifested of a future life andithe unaToidatle in a great variety of ways, but more have become able to practice the above wrx if jconseuences doing. particularly ia the refusal of the peo doctrine) of Mr. Spencer, every difficulWe haye tried to .appreaafce and-tple to read any arguments for the neg ty that besets the path of human: proJkeep in view the respossibiii thai is ative side of the gress will have been brushed aside; and assumed by eyery oos thgt eatsrs th4 headed devotee ofquestion. If the pig his pathway, that is now modern politics hap hedged about arena at $omia.lMw znd tns&iwz ;a with darkness and see to in his local paper pens uncertainty j will anything jpublie instruetor. Is! this reEpeet sve lead out into the infinite where the which is generally "independent" as 2iave been hzf&peredjbj a. teak X pre- to eternal will guide him 'truth ofj politics that favors the Moff side" light vious training tied i& f&v lenient criti- of his political convictions lor views, he onwardjto the heights of mental, moral cism alons upoa thzt c&md. L rushes to the office of the offending and physical perfection. Also our line of Fall and Winter Dress Goods, in all the latest styles and lowest XothGi who hare! gis-wordixif sheet, (or sends a postal card) and reprices. Having bought our line of CLOAKS and WRAPS cheer aal .substantial neouragemefa name his be that striken from quests GENESIS AND GEOLOGY. we are sincerely grateful. early, we had the pleasure of selecting from a full the. list..,'"Political bigotrj ,is also manior our brethern of the press there fest in the refusal of .line of 1895 styles, which are now to come the people Jhas grown sp a fealing of strong friehd-eshi- p out to displayed at our store. the have been many enquiries for .the opposite poThere of meetings and sympathy. We have sensed litical party. From all of . which it is the serial, Genesis and Geology which trials hopes, aud your experieueed jour inferred that the people not ' only be- was published last winter and spring in Price-Th- at Jvoow of the difSeulties under which lieve they have the fullness of political The Blade. As we cannot personally ;you are laboring and with that expedbut actually know that they are answer each inquiry,' notice is jgiveu ience has come a feeling of increased truth, right and that their oponents are that the numbers containing the.serial respect. wjb priae ox ineir ignor were long ago; exhausted. An effort Whether or not the editorial labor ance they seem to loose sight, of the will'be jmade tp have Genesis and Geol now laid aside wiil ever be resume, is if they eyex learned it, ogy published in a revised condition great doubtfuL But of one thing our reac- that truth,is a soul of truth in things and pamphlet form, as soon as other tors may. be asmred, that The erroneous." duties will 'permit. When it Blade will not be forgotten, and as The truth oi the foregoing may he pressing is ready for delivery, notice willbe wmssa often as other duties will permit we determined in a large K " wsMiWi'iii imaa sai of ca- given in The Blade. majority to with in touch those that ses by a process of rigid 1 expect keep continue to peruse the ;olums of The and by observing the: political beEngland will use negro troops from havior of acquaintences. Blade, p8" officered the Gold Coast It is the lamentable bigotry of poli by white men, to settlements, Iq Nephi we have made a large numsubdue the negroes of ber of friends whose sterling worth will tics that stands right in the pathway Ashantee, This ingenious-methoyour sheep west of Deseret of If you are going to range Ibe ever treasured with more care and of social advancement. to In the con- making savages exterminate each otH'Write immediately the HINCKLEY of more value than gold because their tentment that comes with political er is expected to the ulti put through Figures,For prices on grain. Bottom .friendship has been so recently tried in bigotry, we find the barrier; ito political matum in good shape. a Sheep-menSupplies Specialty. lh& balances and has not been found reforms. In fully 90 per j cent, of the Notice to Subscribers. wanting. To the few whose hot dis- cases of political contentriient 4he; indit has hastened a pleasure determination vidual has formed his conclusions kjut enure suDscrlption list has been ice nanas or Andrew Palmer that was sooner or later inevitable, !we without personal investigation of po piacea inwno nas instructions to make .ts.iy, that in the years to come you will litical questions. He takfes for granted xxepni, prompt and Vigorous collections of all Superintendent. ';be convinced that The Blade's whatever his party allege,' and he sits aeiinqneur accounts- - Kespectfullv. Gibes. J f. coarse which occasioned the with surprised and open mouth orhilfi XL Oasis Station Dr . O. S.Ho smer, Physician and surgeon. ; . "t'.- V- - self-evide- nt 3 L ' 1 flOUBS:- 2 ' Tfie Missouri Papjfje R'y Sheep Men's Jf you are going Kansas City, St. Louis, tht well-know- j Chicago, New fork, n well-nig- out-com- a - j r ypur tjekt reads yijjt The Missouri Pacific R'y ; . y pplnji JAMES ; i,ny pther East see Ojr , t Utah. r r in-dersta- nc ' to 4 p. ro. ' gephl, j well-knqw- At'Refi(?ence Second 4oor Epty Co; or Btore. ' Coaches, Qnjck Time find Spperfc JSleaiit lioaA-temajie J;hs line JueFeople's Favr ' orite Roijte.' . d . e, TaTe O 'jrjpn ......... 6 135 :00 5 :45 Leave Pueblo fcrrW Kansas City Arriv, St. Louis;. ArT e Ch icagx i . V 6:$1 p. in. p. m; p. m. a. m; 9 :3J) a. ; n. J double-dealin- g 3 cod-fath- Call upon hp pearept tipket affepj or ajjdresj II, B, KOpSER. TreighV& Pags. Agt.- Cpmmerclal ' i g. H.;STINSON, qpraveiiag Pass. Apt. Salt Lake Cify," Vl Or ' 1. C. SEOWNEND and General Paps, Agent, picket ' 'x St. Louis, Mo. i er sqli-tud- to't)-jc- We have the largest line of Ladlies5llisses andOhildrens Shoes ever exhibited in Nephi, alt unusual low prices. An elegant assort ment of Dress Goods. - b. 0 LOCAL TIME CARD. Sotitb-boun- to-d- o 5-5- 0 5 The ed 2.15 3.15 7.45 r- ") 0 d pig-head- 3 Air, Leave 00 pm am Ogden . . . . 78 DO pm. ai Ar Salt j1 Lv am Lv f Lake Ar pm 5.20 pm 8. 11 am . . . . Sandy -: 9.42 am . . Fairfield' . . 3.40 pm 11.35 am . . . Eureka. . . 2.00 pm 8,.45 am..Lehi Junc;,. pm 8.55 am Amer'n Fork 4.35 pm 9.02 am Pleas't Grove 4.23 pm 3.05 pm $.25 am Prqvo 9.44 am Spanish Fprk 3.49 pm 10.02 am ... Paysop . . . 3.32 pm 1 1 !05 am .... 2.40 pm Nephi I 11.45 am Arj Lv 2.00 pm 12.30 pm Lv" ,udD fAr 1.30 pm 2.05 pm Leamingtpn 1 J .55 am 10.25 am 4.05 pm Oasis 4.50 pm Clear L;ke 9.37 am 8.0C am Ar j Mjl- - Lv 6.35 pm 8.50 am v ford fAr 6.15 pm am 1Q.40 pm .... Frisco ... . Leave Arrive Trains souh of Juab run daily except St1..- -- ' North-boun- d. Leave i 1 y. In effect.Nov. 17, 1894. Train arrive and depart at various station. aaiiy as ioiiovs: Statiops. Arr. D Two through trains daily from Sali, Lake to all points East. Through Pullman Palace Sleepers frm Sat, Lake tp Chicago without change Improved Tourist Sleepers. Free Reclining Chair cars. Elegant day coaches. The only line operatiug dining car service. The shortest aEd fastest liije to all pointf , E. D. WICKINS, Agent, Nephi. Burley, Gen'l AgrJ. Passgr. Dept., City Ticket Oftjce, 201 Main st., Salt Lake. E. L. Lomax, Gen'i Passgr. and Ticket Agt. Mngr., Omahij ;E. Dickinson S. H. H. CJark, Oliver W. Mink, E. Ellery AndersoH, John W. Doane, D. E. Frederick R. Coudert, i Receive r. - i I I - I : . a ' t ' SAN PETE YALLEY RAILWAY j j j -- , . ; j the Lowest to all. One HYDE & WHITMORE. j ? I ': , self-examinati- ... on TIME TABLE NO, 16. Effective Sunday, November 17th, 1595. South. No.l Dist. from 11.45a 43.0 Daily Manti 12.1 Op 12.40p 12.57p l.lop 1.32p l:42p 2.22p 2.45p , Lv. , Fountain Green Draper Moroni 38.0 S3.0 29.9 23.2 19.5 16.0 Dist. from Nephi Stations. 8.0 Nehpi Ar. ialt Springs No. 2 Daily 10.46 10.27 10.10 Holloway 5.0 10.0 14.0 19.5 t.45a Chester Ephraim Ar, Manti Lv. 23.5 27.0 35.0 43.0 8.42 8.15 ,25 .10 : I : ll ! CO-O- P - . i s' i . : Si I t JFour miles from - ATS Trains leaVe Mantj for Sterlmg.Funk's Lk and Morrison at3 :00ip. mM Monday's WedueB day'a and Friday's. Returninff arriT Hantl at 6 :00 p. ro, . Direct connections at Nephi with Cnio Padific Railway from and to Salt Lake Cit , rn- irsirA mnA in term West. points, and all point East and ' Oirden. Ttn - Stop on signaL The Company reserves the right to from this Thno Table at pleasure. Theodoeh Bruback, Pres. & Geix'l Manager, Salt Lake City. Snpt. II. 8. Kerb, F. & P. & Q, As-ea- t, U9'