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1 THE TTJSttLOJXr.
H St. George,
m . Box 513. Utah.
H Entered at the Tost Ofl at St. George,
H Washington Co., Utah, n second class
M matter, March 27, 130G.
H Thursday, May 12, 1898.
H Notwithstanding we are going
H on with the Union we don't want
H any one to have it who does not
H want it! If you do not want it,
H please inform us of the fnct im-
H We call the attention of our rea-
B ders to the change of time of the
B Oregon Short Line railroad, in
M another column.
M Three of the Bobbers Boost
H gang arrived at Castle Dale on
B April 28, in company of the sheriff
H of Price and assistants, and the
M desperadoes were locked up.
1 We are in receipt of Bulletins
m numbers 54 and 55 from the Ex-
m periment Station of the Agricul-
fl tural College of Utah, and they
M are full of valuable information.
M All that is the matter with
M Charley in regard to "alter-
M nating between casting type and
B rolling armor from volcanic rocks"
M is that he knows full well that his
m ingenious ability is insufficient to
M enable him to even try the iuven-
H tion of "casting type," and it
m grinds on his nerves for him to
M think that a young man "way down
M in Dixie" can get so fnr ahead of
M It appears that the editor of the
1 Iron County Becord is giving him-
H self up to prevaricting, according
1 to his notice of the Union and the
B -' expected new paper, by saying that
m "The Union will run in opposition"
M Sec. Now the facts in the case are
H that The Union has been in the
1 field for years, and unless some
H one purchases the title, plant and
H good will, the St. George Union
H has no intention of throwing up
H the spouge. We have invested too
H much to allow it to stand idle.
H If so oi3 ono sho.ild go into
H " ' Cedar City and start a new pappr
H according to Charley's theoiy, the
H Becord would be "running in op-
H position." Hn, hn, ha. What an
insane ideal Wonder if Charley
got some of his school teacher as
sociates to assist in formulating
that article so he can place the
blame on them?
A Bountiful harvest is anticipated
throughout the northern part of
We .see the Bichfield Advocate
in still advertising the defunct firm
of John Wedderburn & Co., Wash
ington, D. C.
Mr, Saumel Judd, of Toquervill
was up from Kanarra yesterday
where he had beau having his
Sheep clipped. Mr. Jadd and At
kin have consolidated their herds,
and it was their intention to have
driven over the mountain this week
had not the storm prevented.
Iron County Becord.
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Standard of Right and Wrong.
Ah, my friends, there is but one
standard of the everlasting right
aud of the everlastingly wrong, and
that is the Bible, and when that
principle cha!! get its pry under
our commercial houses I believe
that one-half of them will go over.
The ruin will begin at one end of
the street, and it will be crash,
crash, crash oil the way down to ths
docks. "What is the matter?
Has there been a fall in gold?''
"Oh, no." "Has there been a new
tariff?" "No." "Has there been a
failure in crops?" "No." "Has there
been an unaccountable panic?"
"No." This is the secret: The Lord
God has set up his throne of judg
ment in the exchange.
He has summoned the righteous
and the wicked to come before him.
What was 1837? A day of judg
ment. What was 1857? A day of
judgement. What we s the extreme
depression of two years ago? A day
of judgement. Do you think that
God is going to wait until he has
burned the world up before he
rights these wrongs? I tell you, nay.
Every day is a day of judgment.
The fraudulent man piles up his
gains, bond above bond, United
States security above United
States security, emolument above
emolument, until his" property has
become a great pyramid, and as he
stands looking at it he thinks it can
never bo destroyed, but the Lord
God comes, and with his little ling
er pushes it all over.
You build a house, and you put
into it a rotten beam. A mechan
ic standing by says, "It will never
do to pu t'mt beam in; it will ruin
your whole building." But you
put it in. Tho house is completed.
Soon it begins to rock. You call
in the mechanic and ask, "What is
the mat' " wit' this door? What
is the ttei with this wall?
Hereby gives Notice to all parties interested That his lease of the .
WASHING-TON FACTORY will terminate October 15th, 189S, and that ,
in consequence of a lack of material the Factory is not likely to run later f
than May 31st, 1898: Therefore, all persons having credit on my books, f
payable in manufactured goods, are herewith notified to draw their ac
counts, without fail, prior to May 31st, 1898. '
All persons owing accounts will please take notice and settle same at , !
an early date.
Rio Virgen Mills, Washington, November 16th, 1897.
Everything seem3 to be giving
out ." Says the mechanic, ''You
put a rotten beam into that struct
ure, and the whole thing has got
to come down." Here is an estate
that seems to be all right now.
It has been building a great many
years. But 15 years ago there was
a dishonest transaction in that com
That one dishonest transaction
will keep on working ruin in the
whole structure until down the es
tate will come in wreck and ruin
about the possessor's ears one.
dishonest dollar in the estate
demolishing all his possessions.
I have seen it again and again,
and so have you.
Here is your money safe. The
manufacturer and yourself only
know how it can be opened. You
have the key. You touch the lock,
and the ponderous door swings
back. But let. me tell you that
however firmly barred and bolted
your money safe may be you can
not keep God out. He will come,
some day, into your counting room
and he will demand: "Where did
that note of hand come from?
How do you account for this secu
rity? Where did you get that
mortgage from? What does this
mean?" If it is all right, God will
say: "Well done, good and faithful
servant. Be prospered in this
world. Be happy in the worldjto
come." If it is all wrong, he will
say :"Depart, ye cursed. Be miser
able for your iniquities in this life,
and then go down and spend your
eternity with thieves and horse
jockeys and pickpockets."
You have an old photograph of
the signs on your street. Why
have those signs nearly all changed
within the last 20 years? Doe3
the passing away of a generation
account for it? Oh, no. Does
the fact that there are hundreds of
honest men who go down every
yoar account for it? Oh, no.
This is the secret. The Lord God
has been walking through the com
mercial streets of our great cities,
aud ho has been adjusting things
according to tho principle of eter
Tho time will com whon, through
the revolutionary power of this gos
pol, a falsehood instead of being
called exaggerp,tioi,equivocation or
evasion will be branded a lie, and
stealings that now sometimes go
under the head of percentages and
commission and bonuses will be
put into tho catalogue of state pris
on offenses 1 Society will be turned,
inside out and upside down and
ransacked of God's truth until bus
iness dishouestie3 shall, come to an
end and all double dealing, and
God will overturn and overturn
and overturn, and commercial men
in all cities will throw up their
hands, crying out, "These that
have turned the world upside down . ?
are come hither. Dr. Talmage in
Schenectady (N. Y.) Gazette.
1862. -s--. iS8.
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