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title: 'The St. George union. (St. George, Utah) 1880-1882, February 01, 1882, Image 1',
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,:: column. Vol, 1. ST, GEORGE, UTAH, FEORUARY, 1882, . . No2, ()kioE I
anr. - IDEAS FOR THE THOUGHTFUL, "
$Vho.shall judge man from his manner,
-J; -SWho Jihall judge him by his dreit?.; .. .
4MP.ers n,av be fit for Princes,
x si Princes fit.for nothing else,
"trumpled shirt and dirty jacket
May beclothc the golden ore
' Of the deepest thoughts and feelings-
Satin, vest can do no more.
Man, upraised above his fcllowsi
f : Oft forgets his fellows then ; . , . , , f .)
1 Masters rulers lords, remember, " ' "
pr ',' Thnt your meanest kinds are men!. , ,
, Men of labor, men of feeling,
j t Men of thought;, and men of fame, 1 ,
Claiming- equal rights to sunshine f
" man's ennobling-namc.
Toiling hands alone are builders , '
-j Of-thc nation's wealth,and.fatne'; . ,
p Titled -laziness is pensioned A
Fed and fattened on tlic same; '
By the sweat of other foreheads,, , ?
Living1 only to rejoice, '
While the poor man's outraged' freedom '
.-.- Vainly Jifts Its feeble voice.
I. Truth and justice are eternal,
Born with loveliness and light;
" , Scrct wrongs shall never prosper
-while there is a sunny right; r-yf' ?r'
,-iCad, .whose world-wide voice is singing
" Boundless love to you and me,
ilfnlcs oppression, wiilyits title' t,
But as pebbles in the sea, Polymnia.
. " 'FEARFUL SHOOTING AFFRAY !
, j Qcmrred in thi$ City,
!j ;, Jan. 22 J882.
i mo uv Lmr
8UT SEVERAL PEOPLE FEARFULLY SCARED. ,
. .. In this great land of ours, things
do not always run any-loo smooth for
maukind. We all have our littlt
IJtrpubUs, even in managing a Btove.
Stoves are obstinate pieces of furnU
; ture, eometimes. They will sraohe,
h occasionally, following ex-Hinples set
, them Smoking fills up the aveuues
and clogs the passages. So it was
with a stove in one of the stores of this
u city, on the 23rd inet. The stove-pi )e
was clOged by ha ing tod much flmoke
I' , , ' i ')mb ihrough its avenues, and it and
- : 1 . " tho stove became obstiuate; thty
.' ." wouldn't draw, but was filling the
, store with smoke. 86 T .toldE
to load hie shot gun with pow$tr and
ad, -and shoot the sootJ(out of the
1 1 ;
pipe, so to speak, und clean the aven
ues thejeof. You know, Gboetincr
the soot out savea paying the tinner
50 cente to clean the pipe. Accord
ingly, E got the gun, and loaded it
(the bhoys say he, put in ,a double
handful of powder . and rammed in, two
gunny acks,) and all things "were
made ready for the charge. The gun
loaded, the end pf the pipe was re
moved from the. stove andlhe muzzle
of the gun was pWed inside and was
dischurged. , Wl.o'tl of thought it! St
acted like a charm! Two leuutlis of
stove pipe were laid oui flat, ready for
the tinner to re-model into something
else; as they were no more suitable for
stove-pipe, nnd the runuindtr came
down lo"the floor with the verrific re
port., Two chandeliers and several
The news spread like wild-fire that
ihey had had a shoo'ing scrape at the
to see if Bob was hurt. ' ! ,
Fortunuteiy no one "bodily' in
jured, but all were terriblv scared".
, Every man is not only responsible
for his. own conduct but also, in a
measure larger than appears at first
thought, ior the conduct of those
abui him. That question of Cairi's
'am I my brother s keeper?' was a
poor parry to ward cfftht?keen thrust
at his conscience made by the. ques
tion where is Abel thy brother?
The answer .is that Cain wa& his
brother's keeper and bi cause he could
not keep .that brother in subjection to
his, own sweet will he le.w him. , Will
r.inks as one of the three elemental
forces, in the formation of character
and. in .marking out the straight ,or the
.crooked paths the line of pnr , Uveg
shall d'Hw. .Circumstances are an
other, of the three elemental forces in
the iurmation of chiractera Will, in
6orae4m n, may be compared Jo a wild
a'teer in a pasture with; a. wire ,fepce.
1 ' ssst
The steer rushes'against the structure fl
thinking to brush it away like acoh- fl
web. He meets the little innumera- fl
ble circumstances of sharp barbs. '
which lacerate and tear him, ;0ir- fl
cumstahces may be 'called the incal- 9
cuable forces that mould character, fl
the concealed barbs that bristle and H
pierce only when we oqihe in sudden fl
contact. The men who ore controlled
by circumstances are. either passive fl
and non resistant or- passionate and
petulant; When the willful man re- H
cognizes luw beyond, we.have the. res
olute man; when will vecognizps. no
law, ihe reckless man, We have
I high type of character only when the
third of the elemental forces come in-
t.Q. pldy, correct Motives. It needs
high , motive to-mould opposing cir-
cumsancea and rebellious wiij, and 'H
bring order and beauty out qt the
conflicting chaos of human life., ' It mm
. .wouljl ..ejird tp det-.tde which, otX& flH
trjpraviate of forces is the .mightiest, 'JmM
but it is wise to recognize the fact that WWm
ach plny.s its part in the formation of mWrn
character. y Our responsibiJifyfor the
conduct of others, has its ' primary
source frorn, individuaJ responsibiJity.
'J'his we .can no more evade, than we immM
can avoid casting a shadow as we
stynd in the sunlight:. Sd. mmm
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Watch he ly planted -fruit-trees.
If thev hfire but a lew weak leaves iifl
only, it showR the roots haye been in- iifl
ijured; then ' prune them .severely, 'iB
1 which will make them- grow freely. iH
It should be a main object to make nil flfl
iranttphthted trees not merely haye 91
; leaves, but have new shoots, at, the 9iH
-earliest pospihle moment. , If they fl
are growing very wellithey may be nl-
lowed to p rfeot a few fruit. ? . Qver- flH
bearing on n newly planted tree is, lHj
however, one of the best ways of HRi
'making it stunted for y ears. -.Coc- t WEKk
man's'JRtiral World. . ; MfaHH
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