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|St. George Union
mnurnuid THE UNION. PUBLI8HBD MONTHLY , AT OLODUIH8TON, WASHINGTON COUNTY,1 UTABr BY J. W. CARPENTER, Editor Jk Proprietor,. pTrms; Fifty Cents ptr Annum. JS& Official Organ of the Farmers' Agricultural Association. two rocks, are not the only ones in this vicinity, that are etched in like manner. 't Xnoitr research we have found others," though hot so large, but bearing the hieroglyphic .writ--, ing.. Visitors tothispart of .the mt it is not in the nature of things for you to make him straight and shapely now. He cant help it.and you cant help it; but don!t trust your, happiness to him. House , country, would, probably, take some interest in viewing these curiosities, did they know them to -- 4o4 i-- Do not allude to unfortunate pecuFebruary, 1887 . ... eXlSt. liarities of any one persent. ' i Do not always commence a conver--Scknc desire to be known os a journal for all sation allusion to the weather. by to .be to science what The men. educated Itim This number of THE'Uw6N;cdmT Nation and other literary journal have beun Do not when narrating an incia paper for; the general reader rather .than " pletestiie present Volume and . we the specialist. continually say, you see, and dent, thankburmany patrons and friends lmow, etc. you for tlieir patronage, and trust we Do not talk very loud. A firm, of the shall have a continuance distinct, yet mild gentle and . clear, Danites was a term m ade use of musical voice has great power. same. We have no pretentions to make by some of the brethren in Far Do not be requirand grew out of an ex- ing the speaker to repeat what haft in regard to the Ney .Volume, but West,-Mo.the better the pahMage, the more pression Joseph Smith made use of been said that you may understand. when the brethren in the fall of Do not speak disrespectfully 6f able we 'will 'be 'to go 'ahead.' We expect to1 make some ehang-e- s 1838 were preparing to defend personal appearance when any one in tlie New Yolume, but it will themselves from the Missouri mob. present may have the same defect speak for ;itsel, 'when it appears. He ref ered to the stealing of Micahs Do not try to force yourself into cents peraunum, images (Judges 18th Chap.) when the confidence of others. If they The price-7-5- 0 will remain the same as hereto- he said that the Danites would be their confidence, never betray give fore, but see premium offered else- after them, meaning the brethren it in selfdefence. An apostate by the Do not use profanity,vulgar terms, where. ; The first; number will appear name of Sampson Avard tried to orwords of doublemean phrases, slang the last of April or middle of ganize a secert band called Danites that will bring a or language ing May, and we hope to receive a large in Far West for wicked purposes, blush to any one. list of subscribers by that time. but. this was without the knowledge Do not intersperse your converof the leaders of' the Church; and sation with foreign words and the cpmpanies organized by the (terms. It shows affectaWe mm to accept no advertise- legal authorities for the defence of and Trill "draw ridicule upon tion, ment into our columns, but those the city was in no wise connected from reliable parties, but we have with Avards movement. The re- you. Do not carry on a conversation often been swindled in the past, peated stories about Danites, or with another in company about and to secure ourselves against loss destroying angels, the Saints matters which the general company among hereafter, advertisements fiom in the Rocky Mountains no doubt knows nothing of. It is almost as strangers must be Paid for in Ad- has its origin in the wild fancy of impolite as to whisper.--Hom- e. vance , or come through our- Adver- wicked and men, whose corrupt tising Agents. object has been to slander and 4r misrepresent the Mormons. The misuse of the word lady and Historical Record. gentleman is almost universal. Curiosities are often found in vaOften this misuse is offensive, somerious parts of' the. country, and times irresistably funny. Once in Alsome are very interesting. room of a hotel, a table-gi-rl the dining though we are somewhat in an isoa man of bad habits asked me: Has any other Dont lated region, the vicinity, is not with themarry idea of reforming him. lady taken your order? I was without its interests. Not for from He is to confess that had not had formed already beyond obliged your direcour office, in a northwesterly power to change long before he gets an opportunity to give my orders to be what used are one tion, large ready to marry. Maybe you think to any other lady. A little girl has it been but rock, split in two, he will do anything for you because of my acquaintance, whose instincts from-theither when it rolled hill, he loves you, but' he wont If he and training had made her unusualsince-beeor soon after, and has tobacco or strong ly polite for a child Startled the wont give up used as a Record Rock, for it is drink or associates for family by saying :Mamma,the Swill questionable covered with hieroglyphics. the sake of his own nearly It Was selfrespect, he lady is at the back door. Those on the upper side of the Half will not do it for the love of any wo- a poor woman who name regularly that is lying in an inclined-positioman.1 Trust no spasmodic pretense; for the kitchen scraps for chickens are somewhat defaced yet not one. in a thousand ever gives and pigs. .In. a crowded Thirdav-enu- e can be faintly traced from, top to car in New York, some gentwhen he permanent practices up "These bottom. r characters 'repre- has once become addicted to. them, lemen, friend of mine, were seated. sent reptiles, birds, animals afford to trust your One of those gorgeous Bowery proWho were the writers of these and you cant to so small a fraction of ducts, in loud ready-mad- e clothes, happiness unwo are. adumbrations strange as that. A man of bad with a pronounced hat, profuse and able tp say, but they must convey probability as to watcli chain, pin and crooked and is like a habits vulgar gnarled 6ome1iistorical meaning. Perhaps and the face of a burglar off and a .bend rings, lop tree; twig may you done have the work, the natives in the doorway. Hit we are not sure of it. These off a tiny branch here and there, duty, appeared -- ! M' " - - r : 1 toliter-ntnr- e ' . . r i . absent-minde- d, , -- . 1 ; a-b- out high-soundi- ng - : e n -- n by-tim- e; - .