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Dov'otod to tho Advanoomont of Ajrriculturo, Hortioulturo, Floriculture, and 'to Gonoral News'. ..tU- jfl
Vol. 1. . TolfiC RGr f7, U'j" A U J I J NK ,1 8Sf. : No, TO. H
II . v 1 Selected poctru.
, Vlicn Jesus appeared as the Savior of men !
I f r 'f liis back to the smitcrs, for truth gave he then :
' ( ' That redemption and mercy to sinners might How;
I Aii then all his work was, A kiss for a hlow.
if 4 And onward his followers shared the same fate,
- While the Spirit of truth stcmmM a world of hate :
; . Jst so was it then, and will ever be so,
.While falsehood can utter a kiss for a hlow.
Jllut when He returns in His glory to reign 1
.No.hioic shall He suffer the scatters disdain':
' 'TSicn the black-hearted hypocrite sinners shall
' , p know, . '
T&ere'sno longer for. them a kxss for" a blow.
v Ilarlil a voice from on high, saying, "O Lord,
11 how long,u
, And oh earth a loud cry of wailing and wrong;.
For the land's fum. of" uonnnuv, vioLenck and
'And the causers cry on, give a kiss for a blow
Yet, thcrc'isa day When in wrath He'll devour,
f And thrash them to dust with the rod of His
power : !
Who now cry 44L6rd, T.ot'd 1" in tones mournfully
JpjP And curat, lie, and preach, give A KISS for a
J$iL . ijcow. ( t -
UPBll " I Tslander and falsehood were axioms of bliss j
iffln And a growl for a scowl, and a k ick for a kiss ;
agH'j! Then Sis, in its pure native colonj would glow,
jjK, f " " And we'd laugh when 'twas said',v give A kiss
a2f j 'SI FQRABLOW. '
Wt But alas for the motto "put evil for good,"
wlj To say wrax, and do ILL, is now understood ;
m w it'h words sweet and oily, and hearts cold as
n 1 snow, "' '
- The wicked can trump forth A kiss for a blow. '
I Kilmarnock. .' ' I-yon.
1 , FOR THE
I. ' 'GELEBEATIOn
W , OF TIIE
4TH. OF JULY,
I ... ' A. D. 1881, '
1H ST. CEORCE.WASHINCTON CO.,
J UTAH TERRITORY, i
I . At Sunrise, the National Flag will
I bo unfurled,' under the direction of
I Capt. George Jarvis, and will be sa-
I . luted by music from the Bands, and
I . Artillery under the direction of Capt.
1 David Milne; after which the Martial
1 Band, under the command of Capt. E
I h 'V. Riding, and the String Band, un-
der the command ot Capt. William
I ; Neisoif, will serenade the City until
1 ' 0 o'clock a. ni.
I; . - Wcll; aV ml r--(hccitizrnff will
f 1 " ''
assemblo at tho St. George Taberna
cle whero they will be seated, under
the direction of. Marshal A. P. Hardy
and Assistants; after which Ihc follow-1
ing proceedings aiul exercises will be
had under the direction of Prest. J.
D. T. McAllister', Master of Ceremo
nies. let. Hymn A nth elm, by St. George
"J-et every heart rejoice and sing."
2nd. Prayer by Chaplain Henry
3rd. Singing by St. George Tab
ernacle CJioit ; t '
4th. Heading .of "Declaration of.
Independence" by Anthony W'lvinsj
Esq; ' . v. i
i 5th. Music by Martial -Band;
6lh. Music by the Stiing firind'.
7th. Oration by Hon. John M.
Macfar.lane. , ;,.;
8th. pes'crlpUvc - piece 'for Hhel
Organ, by Moroni Snow, Esq:.;' 1 "
"The Battle-or Hunker UiW ft)
9lh, 'Sliort Speech by Prest JD
T. 'McAlHsler. ' 1 '' "
, JOth. Song by St. George., Tuber
nacle Choir; , , , 1
"Over the Mountain Wave." ,
. - 11th. Palrick Henry's Speech, . I jj
R. G. McQuarrie, Esq. , .', '
2ih. Music by the Martial Band.
. 3 h.j Sliort Speech , :by Hon., Ja
cob Gates. . , ,
I4lh. Music by String 'Band.
15th. Song by A. II. Whileliead,-
Ef,q ; ,
16,(.h, Instrunieiitai piect) on Organ
by Mrs. Baker. ( ,
17th. Comic Recitation by David
H. Morris, Esq.
18th. Glee, by St. George Tabei
"There is no home like my own." .
1 9th. Volunteer Toasts and Sen
timeuts, 20lh. Song by St. George Taber
"The Standard of Zion."
21st. Benediction by Chaplainj
At 3 o'clock p. m. the citizens, will
assemble on the 'Public Square,, when
tho .following , At hjntie spores., and
:amiisemon'.& !wi).l be .open for "all, for
prizes, to be distributed as may be
announced on the ground yij'Mu JM
Tilling 'Tournament, on horseback, for Ladies H
and for Gentlemen: Foot-races, for all ages, for
males and females: Barrel walking; Potting
the stone, light and heavy : 'Wind-fold rate :
Egc-race : Tug. of "War: Horse races, single , 'H
dash, quarter and half mile: Slow races, for
horses and mules : Pulling match, single' or jH
I double: Walking match: Pulling sticks: Most
j graceful Lady Equestrienne :lJest Sentimental
! Song; Ac, &c. ; ,H
j Until the shades of evening close '
i over us, when Ihc groups of families f
or friends will be at. liberty to , con- ' SH
J vene in their several neighborhopdu ,
: and hold social converse an their sov- f I
eral needs and tastes may sugc;esL 5
AH desiVing to outer horsos for fhe
races, must enter them with the Com- lB
.mittce on Athletic Sports, A. Pfl Hur- JHH
dy Esq., Chairman, on or before the I
4ih. of ,luly, at 8 olclock a. m.,, and
I must do sn subject to the rules and
i regulations of said Committee. V
Committoc of Anangomenu,:
'John K ;Mnctavlano,' Thomas Judd,
alW Cningor,1 ' Clias1. A. Terry,
D, H. Cannon,' Richard Morris, -H
A. P. Hardy, -A. R. Whitehead, If
A. W. Ivins,
r Minerva Vy.'Snpw, H Ivins.
V .- BOIL YOUR WATER. i jH
The Florida Dispatch says, 'In lo-' H
oalities whero a supply of pure and IH
healthy drinking water cannot be bad, ? jH
by foiling that used for this purpose,
its impurities will be remo'ved. If ice
is not to be had for cooling it, boil BH
sufficient the evening previous for jflH
next day's use. Our cool nights and 'B
shady places will make its tempera-
ture very palatable. 1
Many residents of the principal IHfl
cities boil all the water previous to
use for drinking or culinary purposes. fll
When such a precaution is necessary
as a sanitary measure in the cities fE
where a supply of pure drinking water flH
is oi so much consideration, how HH
much more important to the people of
our rural districts where so little at- flB
ention is given to a mutter of such HH
vital interest.' lH
If yU are desirous of SAViNG fll
your country, look, -vell to its A cut- BbH
cultural interests and then the coun- IH
try 'will take care of Hscif. HIH
, 3 HH
, , OrPeiu etual imotion-Bcanduli