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I : The ' St. George Union. I
"IN UNION, IS STRENGTH."
I VOL I. lit. GEORGE, UTAH, JAN., 1881. NO. 18. H
TV GEORGE UNION.
i PUBLISHED MONTHLY
i fj . CARPENTER,
ii ' Editor & Proprietor.
TTerms; Fifty Cents por Annum.
' ' eijxt Doou To Port Office.
JQlffl PYiNl, PROPRIETOR
AGENT, FOR AND DEALER IN
Fish Iko'tt. Wagons. Timher, Plow, Reapers
& Mowers, Extras, &c. Arc.
4T6HN EAKDLKY, Manufacturer.
X am noy manufacturing' a kih.st class Aim
dLfi'and guarantee it to be superior to any mn:m
factured in the Territory,. Will supply all Co
Operative Stores on Commission, or very cheap for"
Cosh at 90 (Jayf. Orders solicited from all Stores
between Beavtrr aud Bunkervillo,
I ?' WA RREN II A R Y V ,
1 MACHINIST, MILLWRIGHT, WOOD A'ND
II IRON TURNING, SCROLL & OTHER '
III SAWING. CHOPPING ALL
i r KINDS O'F GaAI.V &
H GRINDING SALT.
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'. 'JAMES BOOTH,
, T "now" operating half a block EAST of the I
I COURTHOUSE, ST. GEOEGE, UTAH,
1 from 8 to 4, week days only. Prices Reasonable.
Work EqyAL to any made east or West. Canaan
and Factory pay taken at Cash rates,
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I RUBBER NAME & BUSINESS STAMPS MADE,
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The Old Tear and the JVe-w.
The sad old year he is wrinkled and gray,
And lie enters the tomb of time to day.
He has gathered the fruit of hope and despair,
And the leaves are ripe in his frosted hair.
Before the rise of to-morrow's sun '
His work will end and his -race be run.
But he holds in his horny hands a child
Dimpled and fair.and undcfilcd.
Tis the bright New Year who will open his eyes
On the scenes of earth, with a glad surprise.
He is. fair as a dream of,fairy-lands,
And the buds of promise arc in his hands.
On the face of the child that is ishcred"in
There is never a trace of sorrow or sin.
And the Old bends over the New to say; j
"Thus it was with me on mv natal hay."
It is easy to talk it is bard to do :
We can all of xts talk, but can we all do?
There is a very wide diflerence between the two
They who talk the most, the least they do.
, ,,Xhc,nian who 1star-tstT.with a policy in viewtl
He's respected by liis neighbors, is honcs"tand true,
Is always employed and has plenty to do.
The man who dallies and talks and loafs,
Is cat up, more or less, with worms and moths ;
Has nothing to cat nor clothes to wear,
With children ragged and almost bare :
His hands are weak, have no power of grasp,
Ne'er begins his Avork till work hours are past.
Give us the man who is willing to toil,
Either at the bench or tilling the soil,
Or any occupation that sccmcth him good,
If it is honcsl gives him clothes and food.
So may we all, in the glad New Year,
Work and prosper have none but God to fear !
J. W. Carpenter.
Spvcn Versions of the Lord's Prayer.
The following Bpocimena of the Lord's prayor In
I tho stylo in uho at various periods, will exhibit the
changes which our vernacular has undergono since
its ronnallon, sis centuries ago.
A. D. 1258.- Fader urc in heune, halcwide
bcoth thi ncunc, cumen thi kunericcc the willc
bcoth idon in hcune and in crthc. The cuerych
dawe bricd gif ous thilk dawe. And vorzif ure
dettcs as vi vorzifen urc dettoures. And lene ous
nought into temptation bot delyvor ous of cvel.
A. D. 1300. Faidcr otir in heavene, Ilaleyd by '
thi name, thy kingdom come, Thi wille be don as
in hcaveue and in ertlie, Ouro urchc dayes bred
give us to-day. And. forgive us our dettcs, as we
forgive our dettoures. And lede us not into temp
tation, Bote delayvcrc us of yvel. Amen.
A, D. i38o.Our Fadir that art in hcunes hal
lowid be thi name, thi kindomc come to, be thi
while don in erthe as in heune, gevc to us this day
our breed, our other substances, forgcue to us our
detties as wc foi'gauen to' burc'dettounsi lcdeu
not into temptation, but dclyucr us from ycul Bl
Amen. Sv IHI
A D 153 Our father which art in -heaven..' 1
hallowed be thy name. Let thy kingdom come' jflil
Thy wyall be fullfillcd as well in earth as it ys.in B
lieaven. Gevc vs this dayc our dayly breedc. TB
And forgevc vs our trcspascs, even as we forgive ;
our trespacers. And leadc.us not into temptation! j 9fl
but delay vcr vs from cvcll. Forthyne is lhe.lcing:rt
dome and the power and the glorye forever'.
A. D. 1082. Our fahtcr which art in heaven,
sanctified be thy nanie. Let thy kingdom conic.'
Thy will be done, as in heaven, in earth also? :
Ghie vs to day our super substantial bread; Aim. tflB
forgiuc vs our dettcs, as we also forgue our detfers. il
And lead vs not into temptation, but dcliuer.ua- fl
1 from evil. Amen.
A. D. 1G1L -Our father which art in heaven, jHj
hallowed be thy Name. Thy kingdom come.
Thy -will be done a.s in heaven. Giue vs this day il
our dayly bread. And forgue vs our debts as we'-'
forgiue our doctors. And lede vs not . into temp.-.. H
tation, but dcliuer vs from euil. For thine is the '1
kingdom, and the power, and the glory forever.
Amen. (Descret News.)'
Stop tnat Boy! A cigar in his mouth, a,
swagger in his walk, impudence in his face, a.'
care-for-nothingness in his manner. Judging
from his demeanor he is older than his father,'
wiser than his teacher, more honored than the
mayor of the town and higher than the President.
Stop that boy 1 he is going too fast', he don't see
himself as others see him; he don't know iiVs-
- cre pride ruiiisjiis cIimactTurlielafe t s . .
tcrs the man; ere good ambition, aiid manly-rC' sXr :
strengtli give way to low pursuits and brutish ' .
aims. Stop all such boysl TJicy are legion ; the
.shame of their familics,the disgrace of their towijts, H
the sad and solemn reproaches of themselves.
Tho common Mullein, regarded as but a
common coarse wocd in this country, and so coni
mon in floldB as to of ton provo a nuisanco, Is culti
vatediu England for its beauty. A wrltor Jn tho
Gardener's Ohroniclo says that it "is woll worth ' jH
tho attention of both amateur and professional gar- jH
doners." It soems that ifc is known in England by
the common name- of "Aaron's Rod." There aro
two roasons, says this writer, why it should bo call-
od by thia name. First, tho Romans dipped tho
stemsin tallow and burntthem at funerals. Second
ly, the simplo spike is loug, cylindrical, and on jt
is a quantity of densely packed, voxy large,- 4iand-
Bomo goldeu-ycllow ilowors. Tho oto'm is fivo feet jH
high. The flowers, when driod In tho sun, give
i out a fatty matter, which is used in Alsaco as a M
j cataplasm in tho hemorrhoidal complaints. Form- Dfl
erly tho plant waB called barbascum, from barba,
meaning a beard, on allusion oithor to the shaggy
nature of its foliago, or elso to two of tho flvesta-
mens, which are hairy. A syrup made of mullein
IcavoB and molasses is rocommondod as a certain jH
euro for coldB on tho lungs. Florida Dispatch. ! .H
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In twice two hundred years the Bear. , . t tilH
The Crescent will assail : -But,
if the Cock and Bull unite, ' " , 4
The Bear will not prevail. -Uv' i:" ml
But mark ! in twice ten years again, :t sm WM
Let Islam know and fear, ; ' ! ' JH
! The Cross shall stand, tli6 Crescent Yffltter. jH
Dissolve and disappcart