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Hf! PUBLIC HEDMONTHLY
H ' "$ J.. W. JOJlRJPBNTBB,
Editor & Proprietor.
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: - ST. GEORGE, UTAH, JUNE), 1882
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If or several issues back wo have
been very much disgusted with the
"" "non-appearance of the Umok, but we
v'"-truBt that we shall be able, to avoid
tliulike in the future. Poor ink and
naor naner. no matter how careful
I ; the Printer may be, docs not gie
satisfaction. "We do not intend, here
" " after, to purchase anything but good
? : material. .
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This xdbuc completes .the present
. Volume ot the Unioi We shall con-
-timient monthly and hope to receive
I . v large list of subscribers alter our
v v frier.3s and patrons read this number.
.4 . a-oojy JZATTTRB.
f . 1 ..Good nature is the best feature in
ij . .1 v the 6nest face. Wit may raise ad-
Is. --Ml ' fy ; T .miration, judgement may command
1 ' iPv.P? and Vnoveafe . attention.
Beauty may inflame the heart with
; love, but good nature has a more pow
I,Vm3 l" ""erful eflect; it adds a thousand attrao
' ; ' tions to the charms of beauty, and
V7 gived an air of beneficience'to the most
" ; ' homely face.
He'was in the morning of manhood,
y? Hbi8 eye clear -and bright, his skin of a
'warmvruddy glow, hie step bduyant
1 ' v.: :-and elastic, and his spirit bounding
!'0,i:.and;hrfffUhfuL Said a friend to him:
1L.:r - Gome inHarry, and take a drink."
' r r4,No, Tom, Us,; too exnenaive. I
; " can t afford it." .
-i"Ov pahaw' Gome and drink with
-.ft 'me at my expense."
:',No, Tom, I wouldn't drink at
-r - . your expense if I could; but that thing
' cannot be done. He who prinks must
sj ' do so at his own expense."
V- "Nonsense! If I invite you in to
, -drink, and pay for it, what's the ox-
pen'se to you, Harry"?"
H ? v ' Ay,5 Tom, dear boy, I wasn't
H i,' v thinking of the money part. (As for
H :; ' that, I fancy I could afford the ex-!
H ' ' pense better than you could. No, no,
J tht) expense which i cannot afford
H is of another kindi The peace and
S happiness, of my mother I cannot sac
K 8? , ' "rifice;"py own health, and strength,
H: V i jntal and moral vigor, and my
H m " self respect, I cannot foolishly expend
H 9 and oast away. And, dear Tom,
H M there is another God bless her!
I yoiiry sweet" sister; Mliej--have. I a
riht,' since our: betrothmnt, to en
danger the neart and the ' life I have
pledged to herP"
A tear stole down TomV cheek.
He took Harry's aim, and walked
away from the gilded saloon, conscien
tiously reflecting tibon tiio better way
of life. . . . "c.
We learn from the Herald that the
management bf tha Ogden Iron Works
expect to commence work sometime
Guiteau, the assaskin, failed to got
a reprieve for his audacious act. Hp
has met his desert.
There has been heavy storm? in
Iowa, Illinois, New Jersey, and Ne
braska, doing much damage to, prop
erty and causing considerable, loss of
It is a pity that the President failed
to appreciate the ambition oT, at Yeas,
one or two of the Ladies who were so
j anxious1 for a position on' the Utah
Commission They might have been
converted to "Mormonism."
We call the attcntionof our readers
to the advertisement of the Champion
Wind Mill and Star Wood Pump, the
best in the world "for thio or any other
locality. A good agent is wanted.
targo Demand for Boatty's Organs. Washing
ton, N. J., May 15. Beatty's Organ Factory,
located here, is running- until midnight. The de
mand for Beatty's Organs is increasing daily.
Mayor.Bcatty informs your correspondent to-night
that he will manufacture and ship 1,500 Bethoven
27-ston $00 orpans during- this month. His Switch
Back Railroad is about completed
We respectfully invite, the busihssb
men of this city to step forward with
their advertisements and aid in sustaining-
the Union, tho only home 1
paper in southern lUitah.
- In Boston the question that is ask
ed is How much do youknow?.' in
New York it, is 'How much, are you
worth?' in Baltimore 'Is heobd look
ing?' and in Philadelphia, Who was
his grandfather?' but in WashmetQn
they ask 'In he agreeable?' Ex.
"In Utah we askj "Does he mind
his own business?"
i Thurber, Piute Co,, Utah,
June 5, 1882.
Editor Union:r-The crops; in this
vicinity are, very late, owing to the
backward spring.- The people are;
busy irrigating and making new ditqb.
The htalth F. the people is good.
Last week a thousand dollars worth of
stoek were sold to drovers who were
going to .Cheyene, and we ,have
thousands -of fetock left; .yet. t
We anticipate a visit from Apostles
Snow and Spencer on the, 7th inst.
There is a chance for about five J
hundred families to find good homes,
forty miles below here. The climate
is like Kanab, can raise graphs and
all kinds of fruit. There are qoaV veirfs
in the vicinity twenty feet' thick. A
road will be made this fall, the Logis
lature' Having appropriated means for
the work,. .) J t ;H.j
New Words. Xhe new Edition of Webster's 1
Unabridged Dictionary, nnmbeting 19, qijarto I
pages, contains nearly . 5000 new words or "new
mcanints of old ones. These words range over M
the field f science, medicine, invention, discovery, 1
research, etc., departments which iit this age arc 1
constantly yielding fresh ideas., requiring new
words to express them. . m
That they have notbeen hastily compiled is ev-
idehce.d by the accuracy of and careful study giv V
en to their etymology and definitions., 1
The intelligent reader, or any reades.-who wbfild
be intelligent,' will find this fcatureof the diction- m
ary quite indispensable. . . ' 0'
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