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|Paper||Millard County Blade|
1 at 'bcd Every Saturday 1 ' , f Z ' . nrrv 11 teroor.-.T- &tfft;. .,.tS J Attorney-..- .- Jt?J Brtgham. " xrnH.m D. W. Cailer i Barton. Thomas Winn Edward Plk U. liantora .WlHism Ockey EnsUce . .Jottn Voote iliSr ficfc v.i.. Depradn Hogo A. X. JackSuaaii J. T. Sullivan DIB.EOTOBT. utLLjLRD COUNTT -- ! Joanna Greenwood Peterao. (Andreas Game Gardner. liltctasen. : C Holbrook. .......O. .Aim Greenwood. a ' P3! jgtfjcf A,, Hinckley CallUter. The. 0. ..Jbo. XL Hanson. jgf&'Boftt 2kv . ..... JmDT?i nefc vrh Sunerintenaeni I ill w0" tediess In increasing wages rrica. the Hompay-seAtal- on Frick's 'coVporaUon. - President Burnham, of mstftate of Architects, the American says that a are men of coming for- wfrirt class The archltec-ts- rt Trtrd th the profession. ii also of a , (! secretary of the interior In the decartment is only ten months be- ia tifli He has ordered the clerks in that department to give each day one hour catch tip. of extra work until they The j Tiere i3 a loud department. Til depositor wail in the secretary's of the Farmers' ana Ctlifins' "bank" at Pawnee, O. T., ame; a little restless the other day. around Caslier Berry heard of the in torn' and also became uneasy so bec- talk un-ttsyl- fact that he mounted a swift and fled for his life. When the lieriff got in and unlocked the vault he fcaai only $25. Pawnee i3 at present in ? dij mourning, and Berry is in steed! There Is an awful fear that the Tie lights upon the north pole sot know it when he finds it. The j man will coin-ji- sa in the near vicinity of the pole tCl become inoperative, and there are so marks in the heavens or the earth ta iky to the" explorer: "This is! the north pole." It would be a sad conclu-ila- a another polar expedition to pass, of within ten feet of ej being the pole without aware of its proximity. Bedford, Mich., saw a ta in the possession of a neighbor's Ufa, picked it up surreptitiously, was John Root of &coTered by the kissee's husbsnd and irajged off to jail on a charge of assault tti battery. Then he was fined worn- lslTriUxstanding the fact that the 0 la the case blushlngiy reiusea 10 testify against him and explained to the court that "it was a matter of n cctiequence who kissed her; one way or the other,-- and she "guessed no one Traanurt but her husband, and he was Root has voinided in the feelings." too much for been swindled; is 111-8- 0, ! " $11-8- 0 sort of a kiss. that I . jThe magnitude of the electric and nrtace road traffic In , large cities is notable. Chicago is said to head the list with 600 miles and 250,000,000 passengers carried annually. , Philadelp- hia comes 175,000,000 next with 400 . miles and passengers. New York next vUi 326 miles and 200,000,000 passengers, and then come3 Brooklyn with J50 miles, carrying ll2,000,000 passeng- ers. In proportion to the population Boston carries more ' passengers than us carried on any street railroads In tiis world. The elevated railroads in Kew York carry more than double the passengers carried on the surface lines. Boston surface road traffic has gained 3 per cent in ten years, and New York is rapidly developing In this direction, t!la a long period of iot horte cars, I old-fashion- f ed Tia bicycle microbe has got to work a ths snpreme court 'of the' lUhlted States, the most dignified judicial body 3 the world. Perhaps by next year may turn out to see the Siist tiibunal poceedlng on wheels to 7hlte House to pay its respects to the VTasMngton YEARS OLD. ex-Sher- j. iff E. ' j j -- I , j en-Jo- ys - . , ' my father jmbved to Cooperstown, N. T., and I remember the trip very well. My grandfather went with us. He was a blacksmith,! and so was his son, my father.- When I grew old enough I learned the blacksmlthing trade, and worked at it for more than fifty years. Grandfather and father put their tools aboard of a ship, and it was six months before the Vessel reached Albany. The family traveled by wagon. We were an week "going from Albany to Coopers-towon account of the bad roads. Mother trudged along behind We wagon, carrying a baby in her arms. years since Although it is ninety-si- x a distinct have I died, Washington recollection of hearing my father say: 'The country is now undone, Washington Is dead.' I well remember the war of 1812. While a regiment was being organized at Cooperstown father got me an old snare drum, which I I used to march learned to beat around town ahead of the soldiers, and to keep step. Grandfather taught them went to the' war, but before the company got to i Albany the captian found out that he! could make guns and repair them. He was kept in Albany while the war lasted repairing firearms. When he came home he and I used to work together in the blacksmith shop making cow bells. There was so much forest around Cooperstown that the cattle used! to stray away and get lost Judge Cooper was a regular customer at my father's blacksmith shop. He tied to wear knickerbockers; and! fancy silk stockings that came up to his kneesi When the men who worked in - j ; j I EAT TOO MUCH -MEAtr " r: :l Americans too Prone to the Consumption of Flesh and Fowl. "We eat altogether too much meat, anyway," said Dr. Cyrus Edison, the health commissioner of New York the other day. "i venture' to say that most A perfect fit guaranteed. Repairing: 1 t !U branches. Special attention; called maof the ills we are heir to come from feed sewing Universal new hla style. habitual eating of too much beef. If chine doea all Its work inside of the shoe. . the present era of high prices of beef Two doors north of Union, Main St., NephL will only compel people to choose other foods, such as fish or a greater variety of vegetables, the 'beef combine as it is called, will have been the uncon scious ;j instrument f of doing a vast amount of good. Fish is much better food for city, people than .flesh raised on land. It does not contain as great a proportion of those stimulative nutrients that do so much to produce ner Carefully compounded. vousness, indigestion, constipation and Mail or express orders promptly attened to. the host of attendant" disorders to the Large Stack at Salt Lake prices. human body; for which the medical pro- f ession is so continually called upon to I SOUTHERN TRADE SOLICITED. prescribe. Wage workers who earn M'NALLY St LUNT, their living by physical exertion farm laborers, shovelers, ditch diggers, etc. UTAH. NEPHI, require solid foods sich as beef and pork, but men and women who take lit tle exercise,! whose employment is sedentary,-calling for no continual phy The First National Bank sical strain, fish is eminently more satisfactory as a regular diet Fish is NEPHI, UTAH. the coming food. Long after our .land has been denuded of those properties ITI A IUrn .a. tllflt Ttnnrs)i animal H the waters of the deep will ;be teeming with fish. The scientific culture of caro has shown conclusively that4 onS acre : l -- ; G-EORG--E , ! 1 and Bologna, Your PRESCR.IPTIOITS ( ;' of waterlll'Vpducenorfrdlble and of whomoliestmXtt 'sbmerof :th'ese. acres days we"wW lind,rina awaken to the importance of 'preserving UMrl SURPLUS 350,000 $37,500 R FN F R A I RANKINf! ykNUimL solicited. CHICAGO; KANSAS CITY, ST. LOUIS, OR Uo sure and ask for a ticket that mZ VIA Ian . t-- patronage If yon are going to DRUGGISTS, P RAILWAY. ,rn,,,"r .jua luii'i r ul n No tiresome layovers. Close connections in union depots, l-- .- In All Its Branches. our iana sustained animals sysJ. H. Ebtcxsok,, tematic and methodical cultivation 'Of Geo. C. Whitmokk, And positively the quickest ; rcU our fish. As to the quantity of meat W. W.'Abkstboho, Cashier.'' - needs 'the that people really seem to be ignorant. The United States government allows the soldiers but Rivers and Atlanta To the Great ' of a pound of meat a Ocean. Elegant and thoroughly day. How many New Yorkers, do "you modern Equipment and suppose, get along with so small a Manufacturer and Repairer of ration of meat? The government, Chair Cars through its physicians, has learned Reclining that soldier, even on" the march, do BOOTS better on that seemingly small allow In which the seats are free to holder ance than if they were permitted to All kinds of shoes made to order. of regular train tickets. on themselves none. to gorge indiscriminately Workmanship Second First door south of Tabernacle, the flesh of steers and sheep. New York one city allows Its hospital patients but NEPHI. Call on or address MAIN STREET, pound of meat a day, and that pound is untrimmed. When cooked and ready S V. DARRAH, to be eaten :that pound represents really ableless than the army ration for COMMERCIAL bodied men. The average energetic, GENERAL MERCHANDISE by-th- r Vice-freslden-V - y- three-quarte- . Rrorq Ut& . a..-ma- J. M. 0. OSTLER, rs - : AND SHOES. FREIGHT AND New Yorker consumes from one and a half to three pounds of meat every day that he is able to eat. It Is altogether too much. No wonder that PASSENGER ARD PRODUCE AfflT. Room 21 Morlan Block, AT THE - Utah, nature rebels frequently and insists Lake City, that the man live on gruel for -- OR DUKE OF ARGYLL. CASH days at a time. That Is nature's English national affairs for the past recourse. That s wnen a man is Goods at bottom prieea fix Hi C. TOWNSEND, forty years has decided to retire per when he can't eat meat." cash. spot sev He is life. from public manently enty-tw- o years of age. He is best " JHO. DEYSIIUP, MGR. General Passenger & Ticket Agent! known to Americans by his two works, 'The Reign of Law"! and "Primeval St. Louis, Mo. Main Street - - DH3H2ET. Cisi Man." Although a famous scientist he Wholesale and Retail has not found it necessary to disavow 1878 he In in his faith Christianity. Complete Line of Builders' Supplier Mill Work a Specialty. visited the United States, and the same year witnessed the marriage of his son, the Marquis of Lorne.to Princess Lou GRACE BROTHERS' ise, the daughter of Queen Victoria. to was married He himself recently PORK Miss Ina McNeill, a young lady less BEEF his age. than ! Salt STOE DffllET 0STLEE & 0CKEY, Butchers, MEATS one-thi- rd MDTTON VEAL Lumber Yard Mill Ftexning .... Butter, Lard, Sausage i . . Manufacturers of and Dealers in "X- C Doors, Mixed Paints, .Window, - Hardware, Mouldings, Coal, Caskets, ICofina, Combination Wire Fence, etc Special attention given to mail orders and the Southern Trade. By ordering from us you save the freight from Salt Lake City to this Pickets : point Grace Brothers, UTAH. NEPHI CITY. 1 OSTLER & ALLEN, Dealers in and Manufacturers of 1 - - " HARNESS, SADDLES A! BRIDLES, j itti -- i -- ; - , HOPPLES, NOSE SACKS, ETC. We also carry fall line of j Horse Furnishing Goods Sheep Men's and Cowboys' Outfits. DESERET HOUSE. f .,'-'i"- - -- Mutton, Veal, Chipped Beef , MoNALLY & LTJNT, OSTLER & 00KEY, rt f-zezu- Q Choiee Fresh Meats, . '.. - Hearten felili GStv for HMlG HEn. and eountv Newspapers from all caits Ore specimen from Detroit ssfl ' i'-hj- www. - : I-,- ,, . ana well-fe- d nt T- A. V. HAGXJE, HARDY, j Royal Jewels. ALSO- At a well known auction room in London a casket of jewels formerly the property of the late duchess of Mont rose was sold publicly a few days ago. The last lot but one was a pearl necklace, composed of seven rows, con taining in all 362 fine graduated pearls, with a diamond tablet snap. The like of :such a necklace for the size, color NEPHI CITY, UTAH; and faultless matching of the pearls was hardly to be found in the world. Free delivery to any part of the city. Experts in the jewelry houses have, In deed, declared that only three such necklaces exist whicb can be compared R. E. L. COLLIER, C.E. for SDlendor of surface arid perfect symmetry of shape knd dimensions to all its Branches. these seven rows. Two belong to queens Engineering in and the third is the property of a very wealthy family. The very first offer Land and Irrigation Work a Specialty. made for the necklace was' the round Engineer for Central Land and Irrigation sum of $25,000. From this point the Clear Lake Land and Irrigation Co., ascended to ?5U,uuo Co., quicjny biddings Lane, nnd Irrigation Co. and Whit Fillmore JABEZ CHAPMAN. and the superb trinket was finally Mountain Laud and Irrigation Co. !. the shop would see the judge coming awarded to the bidder who offered the Office: Court House, Fillmore, Utah. to have his horse shod,vthey would put sum of $67,500. barrel hoops in the fire and then ham mer them! on the anvils, so that the Match Monopoly In Switzerland. sparks, would fly all over the Judge's to have a state THE DESERET DAIRY CO. Switzerland proposes stockings. fancy The monopoly is not ' The bid gentleman shook with laugh match monopoly. HAS FOR 8AlE is a for but for mjerely pretext profit, ter as! he' recalled the pranks played FULL CREAM CHEESE. Last of the the .total suppression of the manufacTin the author of "The ' ture of phosphorous matches, an in '.' T Mohtcans.'which means painful disease and J Deseret is noted for the fine quality "Many a time has Judge Cooper kept dustry to death en the an people shod untimely the while I of its Milk, Butter and Cheese- - Givt the flies off his horse The horrors of in the phosit gaged continued Mr. Chapman. "And as 0 ur products a trial. me that many ideas came phorous disease are as revolting told he often " those of leprosy. N. S. BISHOP, tn him while he was thus empioyea.7 :': 'T ' his with lived has Mr. Chapman! SUPT. Joseph H. Uoyt Klval of Dpw. daughter,! Mrs. Philip Northrup, for the J all the last fifteen years, f Heforsplits winter. On land cords it up ninetieths birthday Mr" Chapman would d credit made la horsehoe that ' v to any blacksmith.- tombroio'i Criminal. omce I was ;one day in a.ofprinting myr'Delln-nn.Perhaps before Lord Salisbury gets correcUng the proofs Man" with the chief reader. I ough with him Sackvllle wJll wish ame to a page which spoke of a young J hadn't His after life Is likely as far aa ir, thfl dlnlomatlc service who, lm- Tory circles in England go, to l for private circulation only,' and a Delled by jealousy only too well justi- restricted .circulation at that i fled "had stauoeu ma t,i1 afterwards stabbed himself. he Potatoes and apples are so low tn Sentenced to a light punishment,was Jr&e that flnnMred. The proofreader they are thi3 year allowed himself in the hill3 and In the orchards, this man. Suddenly he threwhe would -declaring that u au wrong. They will bring a if 1 ?ub "shedtbls mnTit suicide price before spring. A number face, before wuh his name. Etcrage warehouses can well be was completely altered and with such fruit at a profit at ataoft terrifying, andl; I was really reieat prices. or me afraid that he. would kill himself I tore uy fw have a cood dsal of up, the spot VOrnl editions omitted his pupils, but public cj9 withcanunruly o1r. but; hd discovered thetcrlmlnal hardly be expected for ,CwiVh! nsion. m in Florida who whipped 4 zstie. causa sh Ull hlra girl be president. ;. There la an old legislative theory that the men who hear it are never tired of telling. The Incident that! gives it its Oldeit Man In I Erie tonntr. J. true foundation occurred In the days vanla, Uaed to Shoe Ilorsea.suaojr T. when Senator Thomas, Confor Fenlmore Cooper and Still Split and nelly Congressman John B. Robinson, Corda Wood. of Delaware, were all young and bud ding members of the lower house. In the same body were two democratic " INETY-NINwere well known ' to years ago Oct 9, in members who of them,! since dead. the town of Lancas- everybody. Onedown-town a He ward, ter, New London represented was 'a man .brimful of real Irish wit county, Conn., was and repartee. There was hardly a born a boy whom speech made in the that did not the women folk, of call; forth from himhouse some bright rethe village said mark. The other democrat came' not live an uptown district He was more from would of a twenty-fou- r hours. worker and less of a hand, at the game But the wee mite of repartee. These two democrats T V of humanity fooled hated each for some reason or other the people of j Lancaster, and recently other, probably because each was jealhe celebrated the ninety-nint- h anni- ous of the other's peculiar talents. ,One versary of his birth. Jabez Chapman "Jack" Robinson was making one that is his name is the oldest man day of his usually vigorous speeches, and in living in Erie county; and without the course of his he wound up aoubt the most active man of his years a sentence with Vox populi; vox Dei." in the whole" state of ' Pennsylvania. As he uttered this familiar quotation For one of his advanced age he is in the uptown democrat turned to his and exclaimed: "Say, you're so remarkably igood - healthy and the rival I:1 bet chances are he will live- - to be more blamed-smartyou j$10 you don't know what 'Vox populi, vox" Dei than 100 years old. Mr- Chapman "OMln itato ,wo waa the distinction of having shod mPAiid." James Fenlmore Cooper's horse while quick answer; After the 'speech the America's great novelist kept' oft -- the iwo waiKea out logetner, ana tne up- towner said: "Now, come, what did flies. tiyy;v :;u M .i r " Sitting in an old arm chair' in front that quotation mean?" ''Why, in union of a glowing grate Mr. Chapman "told there is strength," retorted the i! quick the story of hls life.. It .was si simple witted "downtowner. "Confound it. the equally igBtbry, .devoid of . thrilling adventures, here's your ten," said - "But, say, oa the norant rival. uptown Durintefestipg'" ne veftneless,' "I was born said, the old gentleman, level, didn't think you knew it" at Lancaster, CoanvOct: 9 tl79 My mother used' to tell me that the women DUKE OF ARGYLL. folk of the j village shook their .heads He JXas Decided to Retire Permantly gravely and said I would not live twenty-fPublle from our hours. I was a very small child, The Duke of Argyll next to Mr. and what; the women folk called puny. Gladstone the most prominent man i But I have! lived to bury every man, woman and child who lived at that timr in Lancaster. When I was 3 years old higher style than In the old flays. - y now 'resume ely implojes may their home mortgages held jj saaerlntendent New Setting. j W. Ciap 8ff ......Fred J&Mi Carter Ar.nri Lewis. . . . Ptttfc uamv P 1 1 Tnif Land V nTC-v-i tfIoner or UTAH COMMISSION. . oWma- n- ' j yB'l 11 T. B. bfflc K -- n M Tir -- I- - - OFFICEBB. Caleb W. WMt. 0. o.A- -Kicnaraa. Merritt. .vf; Barteh. Wm. H. King. 8. T W.TTT Smith. . &. y DIDN'T THINK HE KNEW IT. Quito a Venerable Story In an Entirely JABE2 CHAPMAN UTAH. - pi KriVAvy THE NEAR THE 100 MARK. Every thing RE3PECTABLS. THE PUREST WATER ON EARTH. Ca Preialaes. This Water la ft GSASa WE GUARANTEE Perfect Seitisfa:ctiori "CUPIDEME' Thfsffreat Vegetable riMHOOO RESTORED VitaJU2er,tbeprescJip tlon ol a famous Fxench physician, will quickly cure you of all ner-- tMmSf Unfitness to Marry, Exbanstlns llreltis, VartcoJe ar.i f a3 Ees3 of discharge, tuenve- - ,hA, n Kflj cJe ' I AFTER BEFORE and D1E3SS8S of the Kidneys and Ezt&y of H. whose restores LJ Hoyt Joseph Cleveland, ".ma'ilElSfViwtv mnt M t.i. rrpTnKWT! Htrenarthens and The reason afferew are fDh'?tnore medy tocarewlibontan opferatlon. tKi 6000t8ttaonU, portrait Is printed above, was lately ?Mtmomlals on Application. doea effect a permanent curaT Proatttftltf. CDPIDENs " characterized the Chauncey M. Depew and tesUmontala. , a1. A writtea SUflrRntee F- GIBBS, Prop. MRS. J. tlabox.afor$ooyaU. of the west He spoke on the "Grand one of the "Chicago Day' DESERET, old Party" at UTAH. 9-in held that on October city banquets ANTEED CUSS wmcifc, ' , . .