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THE' BLADE. ! Published Every Saturday at UTAH. NEPEI,, "Now, my son," said the old merchant, "while you are applying yourself to the details of this business, learning how to buy and how to sell, how to guage the taste and needs of the great public, how to avoid .mistakes, how to seize opportunities while you study these things keep always before you the fact that the basis of all true business success Is absolute, uncompromising honesty." "Father," said the young man, "your 'business has always been one of large sales and small profits, has It not?" "You know what I advertise, my son; I buy everything direct from the manufacturer, and I sell to the consume? at exactly seven and a half per cent from cost. Such a business I believe to be as beneficial to the public as any philanthropic institution. The people should purchase the necessities of life at a margin above first cost sufficient only to pay for the actual handling of the goods. That is a fixed principle of mine." "But," said the boy, in a puzzled, hesitating way, "you had an Invoice of lace curtains at $3 a pair, and I heard you give instructions to mark them 4.69." The old man leaned back in his j $HE DIRECTORY. i'Bia C E. Allen. ... Morgan Richards, Auditor. a ttn.mcv General . R. Park. Supt. of Public Instruction. John C. S. Zane. G. W. Barch. Judges of Supreme Codrt. , J. A. Miner. Judicial District.. E. V. Htggins. Judge Fifth Senator, Seventh District. James P. Driscoll. Adelbert Cazier. Member Lower House Office Bryon Groo. Registrar Land Office Frank Harris. Receiver Land JUAB COUNTY DIRECTORY. Fred W. Chappell Probate Judge Charles Foote Selectmen... Hugo Deprezin A. L. Jackman J. T. Sullivan Sheriff D. W. Catfier Assessor and Collector Clerk and Recorder. iWilllam Burton, Thomas Edward Pike Attorney . . . C. Hanford Surveyor. William Ockey Treasurer. Eustfce Coroner 1". Miller Schools Superintendent ad-Van- W-in-p J. to-d- MILLARD COUNTY DIRECTORY. ...Joshua Greenwood Andreas Peterson. iJohn Styler. James Gardner. . .O. C. Holbrook. Sheriff... . .. .Alma Greenwood. Assessor . ...A A. Hinckley Collector C. Callister. Clerk and Recorder ; ..... . . . ... .. .Thos. Jno. M. Hanson. Attorney. ... . Wlllard Surveyor. . . Joseph D. Rogers. Treasurer. . Smlh . . . Sidney TeeplejL Coroner. D. C. Calllsfcer Superintendent Schools Jadff.. Congressman Woodman says there's nothing open on Sundays in Washington but the graveyards. Why doesn't he yawn? " The prospect is now that the Keely motor and Dr. Garner's Simian dictionary will be turned loose on the world about the same time. i If the revolution Increases in volume the parent Salvation army will soon be compelled to recognize the belligerency of the American branch. Hon. Hoke Smith may possibly find eome clause In the political land laws which will Justify him in declaring the Crisp senatorial boom a "sooner." John Bull has no claim on the north pole, but it would be assuming a great deal of latitude for Uncle Sam to claim 'it by virtue of the Monroe doctrine. ay d ing a photograph of glish thoughts offer ages fdr photography so very slow. and paper. "The expenses of this business last year," he saidj "were ten per cent of the sales. Add ten per cent to your $3." "Three thirty." "There is always possible a shrinkage in value f stock, always a percentage of bad debts, always a hazard of unforeseen contingencies. Add ten, per cent more." Three "Do you know how much it costs your father to maintain himself and his family? Have you any idea of the expense of educating and dressing three boys and three girls, paying their way in society, providing them and their mother with a country home 'and a city home, with servants and carriages and everything they desire?" "I am afraid I have no idea, father." "Well, it is simply frightful. It is. In fact, twenty per cent of the entire sales of the house. Add twenty per cent. Never mind fractions." "Four thirty-six.- " "There. You have arrived by a prosixty-three- ." cess as clear and open as day, and by the use of simple business rules at a cost of those curtains billed at $3. Now add seven and a half per cent profit." "Four "That's what I'm going to advertise them at; and you will see a great run on them for the public haa succeeded in tak- learned that all my announcements are a thought. En- absolutely reliable." Kansas City peculiar advant- Packer. because they are A K. ' ' ' sixty-nine- ." -- ! postofnce has been established in Du- the convent of New Mellary. near buque. Iowa, but It is not explained how they will get around the rule against the admission of males. Bloomlngton. 111. sThese students are bound to fill their heads with something, and when, it isn't hair it Is glands, u ; Only 85 per cent of the graduates of women's colleges marry. Of the malning 65 per cent there are some who would marry If the right man came along, but; the statistics are silent on this point.! Marriageable American men will re joice to learn of the proposed tax oh the dowries of rich American women who marry foreign noblemen. Could they make the tax prohibitive these gentlemen would not scruple to do It., J ? This is what the telegraph editor will have to tackle after the Greater New York scheme becomes tt reality: Newyorkbrooklynlongisl andclty-gravesendjerseyeityhob- July hanna painted a pew picture which wflKhe hung among her other chef d'oeuyrea in the Central Park srt to-d- - ok enklngs-count- y, Special.! Miss Jo- 1. gallery, ay j It Is pleasing to hear from the repree, sentative negroes in conference at Ala., that he condition of their tace is improving7. The present generation is freeing itself from the enervat-- " lhg Influences of slavery, and the next. It Is to be hoped, will gratify the predictions of the negroes' sincerest friends. ' Their progress, like that of all races i depends on their own en Tus-kege- deavor, i Window Signatures. , An epidemic of mumps has broken out in the Wesleyan university at f Here and there in Scotland and land are old ruins and houses which have window panes which have been written upon in idle or fanciful moments by celebrated people, and not very long since a small pane upon which Robert Burns had inscribed a verse and which had been brought from Dumfries, sold in a London auction room for 70 guineas. Dickens, who made his presence felt wherever he wandered, sometimes wrote upon window panes and at a spelndid old coaching Inn now almost a wilderness on the Great North road, not far from Pontefract. is a very clear signature of his on the, dining room window pane, this same signature having been written, along with scores o others. In the presence of the late landlord. Other signatures on the same window are those of David Roberts, Macllse, Warren of "Ten Thousand a Year" fame, Brunei and G. V. Brooke, the actor. In an old hostlery In Fette lane at one time a Dickens window signature was highly prized and often sought out by strangers and on this same pane some wag said to be the late H. S. Leigh had written: "Should you ever chance to see A man's name writ on the glass, Be sure he owns a diamond And his parent owns an ass." Near Bately, in Yorkshire, a poetical lament written on a window pane by a lady who was kept locked away from her lover many years, was sold to a customer introduced by the late Lord Houghton for a sum of 20, this being at the rate of more than a sovereign and Mr. Woods, the celebrated auctioneer, in 1890, sold a window sig- -' nature of Tom Moore, the poet, for 50. Exchange. . a-lin- . PEOPLE OF THE PEN. Charlotte Bronte manuscripts, have been bought from her husband and other! persons and will be prepared for publication. ' La Revue des Deux MondeB will send PaullBourget to Japan, Pierre Loti to Persia and India and J. Chailly-Be- rt to the Dutch Indies this year. They will write their Impressions of these countries.; Robert Louis Stevenson told a Washington writer that his story of "Dr. Jek-y- ll and Mr. Hyde" had for its foundation an incident related to him by a London doctor who made.diseases of the 'brain a specialty. None of his work was 'absolute fiction and most, of it had a basis: in actual experience. "I do hot believe," he said,, "that any man ever evolved a really good story from his inner consciousness unaided by" some (personal experience or incident of life." j Senator, Proctor, formerly secretary of war, last week snade some very vigorous remarks on the necessity of strengthening our coast defenses. There Is a feeling In the country that this is a work that should be attended to, and that too without delay. Not that we are in danger of immediate war, but the vary fact that our coast cities are so de- -; feriseless might prove the occasion of a, war whei strong defenses would bring peace. Any nation wishing to punish the United States for an alleged injury would figure out that all they would have! to do would be to send a fleet to some; one of our great cities and demand a ransom. The senator also points but that we should have proper defenses for the sake of our new' and costly navy, : Cornelia Weekes, widow of a Brookas there might cpme a time when a portion of our fleet, being suddenly out- lyn undertaker, died on Saturday, Feb. numbered and would need 8, at her home In Brooklyn, aged 70 a temporary harbor of refuge. It should years. On the following day Henry I. valso be remembered that thl3 money Eldert, her brother, 74 years old, died will not be thrown away, since H will at the same place. Mrs, Weekes and all be spent at home and give employ . 'her brother had been invalids for more than a year and each died from htttrt viat to home taoor. lure. j " j j I ; out-class- ed, : ! of Senator Morrill... His as Son Private Secretary - The Only Wife of Senator Allen of Nebraska TAt4 t t Not Keeping House. Washington Letter. UST NOW THE agitation In political circles Is bring- ing the senate into unusual notice, for momentous questions are being decided by this, the highest branch of our legislative pow- He is earnest in his conviction and a rcan of honesty and purpose. While the honor is likely to be his, it is one that Mrs. Allen is not anxious to come in his way, yet there are few who would make . more graceful mistresses of the White House than the wife of the senator from Nebraska. Senator Carter, who Is undoubtedly one of the most conspicuous figures to- - j day, has a pretty home on the outskirts of, the city. It Is on the side-- of a high hill, and is a new brick house, furnished in modern style. Mrs. Carter Is a tall blonde and Is the mother of two cute children, John, who is 6, and Hugh, who is about 3. The Carter home is attractively furnished, the polished floor being covered with rugs, and all the tones of the home being In a light tint. The Carters are Catholics. Mrs. Carter is a native of Washington state, having been born near the city of Olympia. She has taken great interest in her husband's ca reer and accompanies him on most of tors ! SAM TILDEN AND THE WHALE. hearing the hail , from th ev,. ou''' rowed back. V 7 f And now for a wppv back was seen, and all hands and cross. So one morninjr nl 1 head hail was heard with delist Gay Header sprang into the lorn t"5 ging, and after: a long look cried"Cappen Tilden, dat's de mldni-spouter sure. I see his hump . that v breeches," and the cry went tnv white whale ! Hurrah ! We'll ha te1 blubber this time." Three boats were manned, the "m tain's and two mates'. "Spread men; I'll throw the first iron," said Ufr : . captain. The whale breeched lazily, size was appalling. It was not vlmH seventy feet, but the blood of crew was on fire, and they: pulled tb ward the monster. Tilden was in 1 head of the boat. He spran?.tft vu feet not ten feet awav . furious oath, buried his heavy 'iron 5? the whale and quickly' threw his rP? ond harpoon. The two mates' hail poons darted at the same moment "Always a madmanUn a boat," Cat Sam yelled. "Beach r me on his back" you lubbers," and caught up his lanes The sperm brought down his tail ou the water, making a wave that can-sized the second boats, fand then with a rush he sounded and churned the - St Story Told of the Good Ship Saga-- i more on the Pacific. Thar she blows! That she blows! Two points off part quarter." This is the lookout on the . whaler Sagamore, hailing the deck about daybreak. The boat crews rush forj the side, and in the quickest time that' sailors can make "the boats are filled, the first and second mates take the; steering oars of the port and starboard boats, and the men give way, the captain standing on the rail of the ship with his arms around the vang "conning" the boats by waving his hat. The sport is not over a mile away, and indicates what is known as ;a "buster" 200 Jbarrels, sure. j. Inside of fifteen minutes both boats A. - ? w ;i ' ; v . i a-n- j er. Indeed, it looks as if there might b great changes in the near future and some of these events may his campaigning tours through the trace their origin to one of the three state. One of the most interesting things in f gentlemen who have been so conspicu- recent events is ' the kindergarten, ous recently. is each held at the White which day Senator Morrill lives in a neat but water into yeast. Blinded by the spray of children the for House the president, mall brick house on Thomas Circle in the captain tried to snub the tiae fast Slhy a delightful neighborhood. Just across but attended by many of the babies to the whale. In an instant7 "he was prominent people. The pretty Is the at at the Portland, occupied by of other caught, and thehite ghost," rising one of General Greeley is one of little took the light cedar boat in his jar Seoretary Morton, while near by are the the pupils. The two children of the and crunched it into chips, as a man Took the Doat Cedar His In German legation, the Italian embassy, Light a biscuit. would Jaws. Rica, Mr. and not far off are the homes of Secre- Acting Minister from isCosta 100 are a within a pretty sight also go, and it yards of the whale, Fortunately the men had sprang tary Carlisle, the attorney-generand Calvo, and were picked up by the a overboard at moderate big sperm, swimming many others of equal prominence. Mo.una crew and ware of other that had righted their craft, apthe gait evidently rrill's home is very plain from the exproach of an lenemy. The mate gives but Capt, Sam was gone. The whale the word: terior view, but within it is furnished again sounded and had also vanished. "Now, boat header, give it to him A tub hoisted on a pole was seen on in comfortable, but not luxurious style. the ship, and inside of an hour all deep; draw the spigot." There is a large parlor, a sitting room his. hands were safe oh board. and up Seizing harpoon taking and back of all is the dining room, Mr. Folger took command of the slack of the line the man, a tall Gay which is bright and sunny. Head Indian, poises his weapon. Sagamore, and with the death of her The furnishings are not in the latest "Hold hard!" cries the mate. "He's commander good luck came tolthe-ship- . She soon filled her hold with oil;' styles, but they are substantial, mostly sounding. Sure enough, with a flash of his huge but never again did they see the miin dark tints, while in the library we tail the monster goes down head fore- dnight spout nor raise a whale with find a cozy open wood fire and a table most and the men lie on their oars white hump, and at home Capt. Sam's, littered with writing material before and wait for his coming up. fate was made much of, as an example the cheerful blaze. Senator Morrill has "I say, Mr. Foger, that's a curious to warn against swearing and unbelief been in the senate for a longer unSt. Louis Republic. whale; he don't tA'ke'no sleeck and he's broken term than that ever recorded a white got hump." r. A sleeck is the oily exudation from Electricity on Board the to the credit of any other senator liva whale's body. that makes a track six ing. He was born in 1810, which makes feet wide behind and is sometimes a Dr. Parker Benjamin, in an article him Just 86 this year, pretty old for a a is mile mark It long. distinguishing on the supreme importance to the man who is still one of the most laboriwhale. of the sperm ous of our statesmen. He was not mar"Never mind that now, Abslem; American navy of utilizingon every -MRS. MORRILL. board ried till he was 41 and has just been available electrical appliance watch for him." see to totts the the about e is forty-fivmuch there waited wedlock that tiny gathered Well, they .enjoying twenty minutes, its warships, says years. Mrs. of an hour, and then left to be done in this direction. Morrill was a Miss Ruth Swan, of lady, their little fingers busy with the three-quarteboth boats gave it up and pulled back, "Admiral Mahan," as Dr. Benjamin Easton, a small town about twenty colored wooJs and papers. men unusually silent. tke sister-in-laMrs. Cleveland, to the miles from Boston. Her father was a pats it, "may do much ain the begintwo were in the and hoisted They to turn the tide of battle by lis doctor and there were seven children president, is a visitor at the White mates went to to the captain. ning report and no one will in the family. It was while visiting at House and Is the recipient of much at- "A white hump whale making no skillful strategy, when life fight Jts dcrrate it, but the home of a cousin in Stafford, Ver- tention from the ladies in official cir- sleeck, sounding and not coming up." in the conaDig thick, Capt. Mahan, This was something curious. Twen- tower, mont, that she met the senator, and cles. Mrs. Perrine, the mother of Mrs. must know that each and every . wnen they were married, he took her Cleveland, is also a .guest at the Exe- ty years before, in 1819, the whalemen capability in the huge mechanism to a house for which he had himself cutive Mansion. Every bright day the had met a sperm whale known as and responsive to his direction, that White the Whale," Dick, also "Moby will he comes Clevenot Mrs. until and around then, and an the which, had taken carriage jjrawn plans, haunted the Pacific ground near the then, that the victory, as nearly asto land goes for a drive, for she is fond line. three years to be completed. never ran away, but seemed know He Mrs. Morrill comes of an old and dis- of the exercise. Of late she does not to invite attack and killed numerous Providence permits it in advance, is man., lies in the palm of dtinguished New England family, one drive herself, as she used to during her Toat crews, but in that year two Nan auy Nearly all the electrical of her ancestors being Miles Standlsh, first term in the White Houso, but the tucket captains had hunted him down hand." evices which are at present used on the great Puritan leader. She is a deli- coachman now always holds the reins. and brought him to the trypots. They American war vessels are the invecate woman, and, being now about 75 It is said that she weighs now 196 lost six men, however. Buried in his nn American naval officer, were a dozen harpoons, and as ntions 5ofFiske. flesh one can and of believe not The latest form of his is to able it, every Lieut. age, easily years mingle pounds, it his had mark, private captain signals agme-roomuch in social life. There is only one for she has fattened up greatly in the was easy to make out who his assail telegraph nut only orders such a$ hand-s6tneindication dial child in the family, young James, who last year. Yet she li by far the ants had been. No less than three by suffiare which etc.. "Back," Is private secretary to the senator. Mrs. woman at thf capital. captains had driven their irons into "Stop,' the engines of" Mrs. Secretary Carlisle has a valu- the white whale and gone to their Hent for the control ofbut Morrill is a deeply religious woman and conveys toships cruising aWne, directions .th. one of strong opinions, and while she able collection of silver, each piece beas t engineers explicit There was no more reckless and des- the dto-the of revolutions ing a souvenir presented by some perate of officer sailing out of American the number friend. Her forks are legion in amapprox-screws ' (corresponding than Captain Sam Tilden of the pelling to a certain is that ber and are from all parts of the ports speed! Sagamore. Among the church people imately T',u?o m country. Mrs. Cleveland gave her a of Sag Harbor Ms reputation was that necessary if ships are to automatiand then tiet formation, pretty one. Minister Willis, of Hawaii, of an infidel and blasphemous sinner. cally its message, and the back Breaktie repeats himself. showed sent a queer spoon with a golden bowl And now fact that it has been obeyed to the and a handle of silver shaped like a ing into a volley of oaths, he swore mates had flunked; they were sending station. Another ingenious curled leaf, Secretary Morton donated that bis He which would take a boat next appliance is the helm indicator, inform a plain fork with a spreading tree cri afraid.and if he to not only didn't bring in the car- enables the captain at the handle, while the Inscription "Plant time, cass of- the "white hump" might his the helmsman the. exact angle it tret Trees" appears beneath. There are bones feed the eternal flames. Rough which the rudder is to be put. forks of all shapes and with numberless as his .officers were they shuddered at makes the rudder itself automatically were signal back to him the information designs, all from prominent officials, h5s wild talk. Special orders and main tops that the steering order has been aand most beautiful of all is a set of fiven to man the fore of these devices night, and the man that raised ttended to. By ameans can little spoons, the bowl of each being a white whale now control would get a $10 "piece. the captain of ship f formed of a golden French coin, and movements and-thboth the speed da the ends of the handles surmounted and a A week after this the Sagamore was the vessel, with rapidity with various designs of bears, lions and in the Pacific near the line, and about egree of certainty which has hitherto-beeimpossible." Still another inveother animals in silver. twenty miles south of Gilbert island. SENATOR MORRILL. ntion a Lieut. Fiske. and the latest of of was with Mrs. Hearst, of this city, widow of; It glorious night night, has never been an advocate of woman's the late Senator Hearst, of California, bright moonlight and the Southern all, is an electrical arrangement for suffrage, she is an ardent admirer of has a fine collection of china which those ladies who are agitating ques- she has during her extensive tions which tend to the advancement travels ingathered There are exquisite Europe. of women. One of the prominent ladies of all and sets of makes, i2 town tried to get her to enter into specimens in shades delicate all various countries, L campaign against the suffragists when and graceful designs. the movement was first inaugurated, Mr. Ffoulke, who is a wealthy mnu-- j but Mrs. Morrill, who is a woman of f acturer of tapestries, owns some ot the public spirit, refused on the ground that finest In the world, and has them hung she thought that the agitaticm would on the walls of his residence in town. result in great good. are beautiful pieces of work, covi Senator Morrill is a hard worker and They th6 walls entirely and having the1 rises at seven each morning, by nine ering an of oil painting with thaj is on his way to the Capitol and spend3 appearance out into startling re-- j figures brought the day In earnest labor. His desk in lief and every color treated with the, the library Is with the back to the light, utmost care. Tapestry collecting and which streams in through the southern window, and he uses a long, quill pen when writing. The ornaments on his table are of silver, and among them Is a large Inkstand which was presented to him by Senator Quay. Mrs. Allen, wife of the senator from Nebraska, is not housekeeping this winter, but boarding at a house just I'll Throw the First Iron," Said the Captain. opposite the Capitol. With the excepof her husband there are none tion Cross. Away to the leeward the waves accurately measuring and instanuj of her family with her, for all of the is sow broke like molten silver. Under the Indicating a ship's speed. It the com" children are at the home In Madison. . ..v Kofrp trade winds the ship was sailing with- JUBlfU.i Ilia (XL1 w him Mrs. Allen is a Pennsylvania girl, hav- out a man at work save at the wheel. manding officer's eyes shows llng been born in Warren county, but Suddenly there came a hail from each speed of the vessel at all nul5s- h masthead: has been thought by some ullU u 10 li 'uiuveu wiui ci laiiiuy urst Illinois "Thar she blows. Off bow. She's an instrument as the rmou-aland then to Iowa, at the latter place was too complicated for the tryij breeching." meeting her fate in the person of the There was a rush of all hands for- conditions of actual w:irt:ire,i.cej senator. She is a woman of medium Sure enough, there it was not against this surmise must ward. P1,. height, with hazel eyes, dark hair, a over 100 yards away, a "midnight the is has passed suoces;f ai fact that pleasant face and agreeable manners. spout," seldom seen and deemed by ly the severest tests known to There is nothing of the bustling West whalemen tthe presage of bitter, bad work. JAMES MORRILL. luck. It rose ten feet in a column of about her personality, which is quiet the study of that art take all of Mr white IdentilU'd. vapor and beneath lay someand retiring, and it is easily to be seen Ffoulke's time, and there is no other lltu undefined. and huge Suddenly Mr. Jones There is such a dear that her tastes lie more in the direction man who thoroughly understand! the thing it breeched high in the air, it's white of home than of the political . arena. science. bow of a ship glisten- squirrel out in thehe tree. like the hump turn up his uw v In fact she takes no Interest In poliChappie Does in the moonlight, and the cry went ing 'Mr. Jones Yes. tics or the rest of the questions about up: Fast must he .overy that Well, Chappie for LetV for her whole "The white whale. lower present agitations, pleasm the m The times are' too they require him. that I saw up Waterburj. squirrel hide!" We'll his ure Is centered in her husband and chil- - too much money, andfast, have r to have the poor A frenzy seized the crew, and with- tains last summer.-T- ho dren. While she could easily be among struggle too hard to live. The rich the boats. the most prominent leaders in "social set the pace, the. middle class follow, out orders they tumbled into Knows a Good Thin. ta in yellThe lances boat hand, headers, circles at the capital the cares nothing and the poor live in dissatisfaction. "My wife has good literary ing, "Give way, raise the white ash Jfor social pleasures, but passes her time Rev. W. W. West. said the editor. breeze, bullies!" v quietly.' at home. is that?" on "How were the a In few minutes they in m Mr. Allen, who Is now one of the St. Morltz. Switzerland, has the spot. Down In the depths was seen a ''Since I stopped carrying coin it the .most prominent figures in the West as champion toboggan slide. It 1 thr pallid, phosphorescent light that slowly vest pocket she calls a presidential possibility on thepopu-- I quarters of a mile long and has been faded out. The whale was gone, and comer." Detroit Free Press. list ticket, is one of the most popular descended in a whiz of seventy-on- e ieH l 'and most highly respected of the aena- - onds, ''. - -- al to-morr- An Englishman has The Home ce swivel chair, smiled blandly, and told the boy to take pencil ;ieather-cushione- ........ t i OOSS1PY LETTER FROM A REGULAR CORRESPONDENT. ! STATE OFFICERS. Heber M. Wells. . Governor. j James T. Hammond. Secretary ofi State .....James ummnan. Treasurer.. Jr. Probate THE CAPITAL. - i i V. "Si Senators Delegate to Congress FROM A LESSON IN BUSINESS. Prlo The Bails on Which the SelUne I Arrived At. ' -- Man-of-Wa- rs w -- m 3t - -. i j - ' t e old-fashion- ed it-- -- L i ! - j n j j Ll-rlngr- ! i l .