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THE SCTf ANTON" TRIBTOE-FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 26; 1894.
XW OOMiVIV HOY I. JO.
TtlE FLOWTK OT SXA1
This Is not the plticetoootiimcmornte
the triula and privations endured by
the Immigrant Mi'iiuous before thcv
cane to their final haven. From the
shores of the Mississippi to the western
slopes ol the luvUv mountains they
hud vtrujrvrled on with u eonstuney
almost unparalleled In history. The
savage inan, uml the savage beast,
hOBger, thirst. tktiffUe mill iliseuse
.vein Impediment which nature eould
place in the way. had all been over
come with AnffloSaxon tenacity. Vet
the long journey and the ueeumulute.l
terrors had shaken the hearts of the
6toutest among them. There was. not
f i.e who did not sink upon his knees lu
heartfelt prayer when they saw the
broad valley of Utah bathed in the
sunlight beneath them, and learned
troiu the lips of their leader that this
was th promised land, and that these
viryiu ueivs Were to be theirs forever
Young speedily proved himself to be
a skillful admiuistrator as well as u
resolute uhiel Map were drawn and
eharts prepared, iu which the future
city was sketehed out. All urcniutl
farms ere apportioned and allotted iu
proportiou to the standing of eaeh ill
dividuul. The tradesman was put to
his trade and the artisan to his calling,
lu the tow n streets ai d squares sprang
up as if by magic, lu the country there
was draining and hedging) y'.autiug
uiid clearing, until tue next summer
saw the whole country golden with
the wheat crop. Everything pros
pered la the strange settlement.
Above all. the great temple which they
had erected in the center of the city
grew ever taller and taller. 1'ro'u the
first blush of daw n until the closing
of the twilight, the clatter of the
hammer and the rsp of the saw were
never absent from the monument
which the immigrants erected to liiiu
who had led thcui safe through uiauy
The two castaways, John Ferrier and
the little girl ua, i bad shared his for
tunes and had beeu adopted as his
daughter, accompanied the MoRnoni
to the end of their pilgrimage. Little
Lucy Ferrier was borne along pleas
antly enough in E:der Stangersou s
wagon, a retreat which she shared
with the .Mormon's three wives and
with his son. a headstrong, forward
boy of twelve. Having rallied, with
;the elasticity of eMldhobd, from the
shock caused by her mother's death,
.she soon became a pet with the women,
and reconciled herself to this BOW life
iu her moving canvas-covered home.
Iu tLe .-ueatitiue, terrier, having re
covered from his privations, distin
guished himself as a useful guide and
an indefatigable hunter. So rapidly
did he gain the esteem of his new
lompanions that when they reached
the end of their wanderings it was
Unanimously agreed that he should be
provided with a- large and as fertile a
tract of land as any of the settlers,
with the exception of Young himself,
and of Staugerson, Kimball. Juhnotoa
and Drebber, who were the four princi
un the farm the acquired John l'.-r-rier
built himself a substantial log
house, which received so many addi
tions in succeeding years that it grew
into a roomy villa, fie was a man of a
practical turn of mind, keen in his
dealings and skillful with his hands.
His iron constitution enabled him to
work morning and evening at improv
ing and tilling his lands. Hence i4
came about that his farm and ail that
belonged to him prospered exceeding
ly. In three years he was better off
than his neighbors, in six he was well
to do, in nine he was rich, and in
t welve there were cot half a dozen men
in the whole of alt Lake City who
could compare with him. From the
great inland sea to the distant Wah
satch mountains there was no narr.a
better knowa than that of John Fer
rier. '1 ban was one way. and only one, in
Which he offended thu susceptibilities
of his coreligionists. So argument or
persuasion could ever Induce him to
set up a female: establishment after
tho manner of Mi companions, He
never gave reasons for thh persistent
refusal, but contented himself by reso
lutely adhering to bis determination.
Th.-re were some who aceused him of
.lukewarmness in his adopted religion,
und others who put it down to greed of
wealth and reluctance to incur ex
pense. Others, again, ..poke of r.ome
early lo7e affair, and 01 a fair-haired
girl who had pined away on the shores
of tho Atlantic. Whatever the reason,
i'errier remained Strictly celibate. In
every other respect he conformed to
the religion of the .young Settlement)
and gained the name of being an or
thodox and straight-walking man.
I.uey Ferrier grew up within the log
house, and assisted her adopted father
in all his undertakings. The keen air
of the mountain and the balsamic
lodor of the pine tree , took the place of
nurse and mother to the young girl.
As year succeeded to yenr bhe grew
taller and stronger, her cheek more
iruddy and her Step more bImUc, Many
n wayfarer upon the high-road which
run by 1'errier's farm felt loiig-for rot
ten, thoughts revive in liis mind as he
watched her lithe, girlish figuru trip
ping through tin? wheat fields, or met
lier mounted upon her futher's mus
tang, and managiu:; it with all the
case and grace of u true child of the
west. So the bud blossomed iuto n
'flower, and the years which saw her
father the richest of farmers left her
us fair a specimen of American girl
hood us could be found on the whole
It was pot the father, however, who
first discovered that the child hud de
veloped into the woman. It seldom is
in such cases. That mysterious change
Is too subtle ami too grmluul to be
measured by dates. Least of all does
the maiden herself know it until the
tone of a voice or the touch of a hand
sets her heart thrilling within her, and
she learns, with a mixture of pride
und of fear, that a new and larger nu
Jure has awakened within hor. There
are tew who cannot recall that day and
remember the one little incident which
heralded the dawu of a new life. In
the case of Lucy Ferrier the occasion
was serlotts enough Inltself, apart from
its future Influence on her doilinv und
that of many besides.
It was a warm June morning, und
the I atterduy Saints were us busy us
the bees whose hive they have chosen
for their emblem. In the fields und iu
the I treats rose the same hum of human
industry. Down the dusty highroads
defiled long streams of heavily laden
mules, all heading to the west, for the
old fever had broken out iu Call'
fornia, and the overland route
lay through the city of the elect.
There, too, were droves of ihcep
und bullocks coming in from the out-
in as ixstakt it tu u;ei fPos m
lyiug pasture lands, and trains of tired
Immigrants, men and horses equally
weary of their interminable journey.
Through all this motley assemblage,
threading her way w it li the skill of uu
accomplished rider, there galloped
i.uey Ferrier, her fair lace flushed with
t lie evrcisc and her long chestnut
hatf floating out behind her. she hud
a commission from her father in the
city and was dashing iu. as she had
done many a time before, with all the
fearlessness of youth, thinking ouly of
her task and how it was to be per
formed. The travel-stained adven
turers gazed after her in astonish
ment, and even the unemotional In
dians, jourm-ving iu with their peltry,
relaxed their accustomed stoicism as
they marveled at the beauty of the
She had reached the outskirts of the
city, when she found the road blocked
by a great drive of cattle, driven by a
hoif-docn trild-Ioaking herdsmen from
tne pteins In her impatience she cn
deaf .red to pass this obstacle by push
ing her horse into what appeared to be
a, ffap. Scarcely had she got fairly in
to it. however, before the beasts closed
iu behind her, and she found herslf
completely embedded iu the moving
stream of fierce-eyed, loug-horned
bullocks. Accustomed as she was to
deal w ith cattle, she was not alarmed
at her situation, but took ad
vantage of every opportunity to urge
her horse on iu the hope of pushing
her way through the cavalcade. Un
fortunately, the horns of one of the
beasts, either by accident or design,
came in violent contact with the flank
of the mustang, and excited it to mad
ness. In an instant It reared up on its
hind legs with a snort of rage, aud
pranced and tossed in 'a way that
would have unseated any but a most
skillful rider. The situation was full
of peril. F.ery plunge of the ex
cited horse brought it against the
horns again, and goaded it to
fresh madness. It was all that
the girl could do to keep herself in the
saddle, yet a slip would mean a
terrible death under the hoofs of the
unwieldy and terrified animah. Un
a customed to sudden emergencies,
her bead began to sw im, and her grip
upon the bridle to relax. Clioked by
the rising cloud of dust and by the
stearn from the struggling creatures,
aha might have abandoned her efforts
in despair, but for a kindly voice a
"I All Off, LUC'V," HE Sain.
her elbow which assured her of assist
ance. At the eMM moment a sinewy
brown hand caught the frightened
horse by tho curb, und, forcing a way
through the drove, soon brought her to
"You're not hurt, I hope, miss," said
her pros arret respectfully.
She looked up st his dark, fierce
fp.ee, und laughed saucily. "I'm awful
frightened," Bhe said naively; "whoever
would have thought that Poncho would
have beB so scared by a lot of cows'.'"
"Thank (oil you kept, your scut," the
other inld earnestly, lie was stall,
savage-looking young fellottf, mounted
on a powerful roun horse, and clad lu
the rough dress of a hunter, with a
long rifle tdimg over his shoulders. "I
guess you urc the daughter of John
I'errier," he remarked. "I saw you
ride down from his house. When you
sec him, ask him if In- remembers the
Jefferson Hopes, of St. Louis. If he's
the fame I'errier, my father and he
were pretty thick."
"Hadn't you better come aud ssk
yourself? ' she usked, demurely.
The young fellow seemed pleased at
the suggestion, and his dark eyes
sparkled with pleasure. "I'll do so,"
ho said; "we've been iu the mountains
for two DW&ths, aud are not over and
above In visiting condition. He must
take us as he iluds us."
"He has a good deal to thank you
for, and so have I," she answered; "he's
awful fond of me. If those cows hail
jumped on me he'd huvu never got
Neither would I," said her com
panion. "You? Well, I don't see that it would
make much matter to you. auyhow.
You ain't even a Iricud of ours."
The young hunter's dork face grew
o gloomy over this remark that Lucy
l-'errier laughed aloud.
"There, I didn't mean that," she said;
"of course, you nro a friend now. You
must come uud see us. Now I must
pttth along, or father won't trust me
with his business any more. Good-byl"
"liood-by," he answered, raising bin
broad sombrero, and bending over hei
little baud. She wheeled her mil tang
round, gave It a cut with her riding
whip, and darted away down the broad
road in a rolling cloud of dust.
Young Jefferson Hope rode on with
his companions, gloomy and taciturn,
no and they hud been nmoug the Ne
va, lu mountains prospecting for silver,
uud w era returning to Salt Lake City
in the hope of raising capital enough
to work some lodes whieh they
hud discovered. He hud been us keen
us any of them upon the business until
this sudden incident hud druwn his
thoughts into another channel. The
sight of the fair young girl, as frank
and Wholtaomc us the Sierra breees,
had stirred his volcanic, untamed heurt
to its very depths. When she hud van
ished from his sight, he realised that a
cii.is had OOmS iu his life, and that
neitrwr silver speculations nor any
other questions could ever be of such
importance to him as this new and all
absorbing one. The love which hud
sprung up In his heart wus not the sud
den, changeable fancy of ii boy, but
rather the Wild, tierce passiou of u mini
Of strong w ill ami impel ions temper,
lie had been accustomed to succeed In
all that he undertook. He swore in
his heart he woulA not fail in this If
human effort and human perseverance
could render him successful.
He called on John I'errier thut night,
and many times ugaiu uutil his face
wus a familiar one at the farmhouse,
John, cooped up iu the valley, and ab
sorbed in his w ork, had little chance of
learning the news of the outside world
during the last twelve yaara All this
Jefferson Hope was aide to tell him,
and iu a style which interested Lucy
as well as her father. He had been a
pioueeriu California, and could nar
rate many a strange tale of fortunes
made and fortunes lost in those wild,
halcyon days. He had been 1
too, and a ti upper, a silver explorer
and a ranchman. Wherever stirring
adventures were to be had. Jefferson
Uope had beeu there in search of them
lie soon became a favorite with the
farmer, who spoke eloquently of his
virtues. On such occasions I.uey was
silent, but her blushing cheek arid her
bright, happy eyes showed only too
clearly that her youug heurt wus no
longer her own. Her honest father
inav not have observed these symptoms,
but they were assuredly not thrown
away upon the mau who had WOO her
It was a summer evening when he
oarae galloping down the road and
pulled up at the pate. She was at the
doorway, and came down to meet him.
He threw the bridle over the fence and
strode up the pathway.
"I am off, Lucy." he said, taking her
two hands in his and gavang tenderly
down into her face; "I won't ask you
to come w ith me now, but will you be
ready to come when I am here again'.'''
"And when will that be?" she asked,
blushing ami laughing.
"A couple of months at the outside.
I will come and claim you then, me
CROWDS AFTER BOOKS
HE WAS 8T;,. oITTIXU WITH BM tt)
JJS OS HIS KXftS.
darling. There's no one who can
stand between us."
' And how about father?'1
"He has given his consent, provide !
we get these mines working all right
1 have no fear on that head."
"Oh, well, of course, if you and fa
ther have arranged it, there's no mOM
to be said," she whispered, with he!
cheek against his broad breust.
"Thank God!" he said, hoarsely,
stooping and kissing her. "It Is set
tled then. The longer I stay, the
harder It will be to go. They lire wait
ing for me at tho canyon, (lood-by
my own darling --good -by. In twe
months you shall are me."
lie tore himself from heras he spoke,
and, flinging himself upon his horse,
galloped furiously away, never even
looking round, us though afraid that
his resolution might fail him if he took
one gluuce at what he was leaving.
She stood at the gate, gazing after
him until he vanished from her sight.
Then she walked back into tho house,
the happiest girl in all Utah.
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comprised iu the Oxford and Rugby
( bcatnota, 1 ttd and New.
Children el the Abbey.
Ktlle ( Silvio.
Tom Cringle's Log,
Vicar of Wiik-ti-id.
o i. but n Nighis Kiitertniuuieut,
I lei dee, or ID liou Hand.
The Conntrsi Kve.
The Confession of a Womau.
Wooed hi. i Married.
Two Venrs Before tus Mask
All Sorts and Condition of Men
Tom liruwn t Oxford.
Tom Brown's School Days.
A Strange Story.
Mill on the Plot.
Last Days of I'omueii.
'1 he Spy.
1 he Foragers.
Daughters of ileth.
Heart of Gold.
Kestell of Urvystou.
Cbaplet of Pearls.
Frederick theUrestaud Hid C .ait,
Armorel of Lyouease.
Lime Kiln Club.
An April Lady.
A Harked M'lii.
CrtonSi The Carrier.
Tbe Honorable Miss.
Lady Muude's Mania.
Bride of Larauierraoor.
Life of Daniel Uooue.
The Kival Princes.
Murdered in the Uue Morgue.
Reproach of Auueisley.
Last of tbe Mohicaut.
Sbandon Bells, s
Old Myddlelon' Mouoy.
The Mysterious Inland.
Mystery of OrcivaL
Tlie Second Wire.
Search for Basil Lyndhurst.
The Ho'ite ottbe Sevan (iablei.
Tbewasiei of Sin.
Stranijo Adventures of a Pheaton,
Bird of Prey.
The Firm of tlirdleston.
tt Id hlme.
Our Mnnial Friend.
A Pair of Blue Lyes.
The lliimau aud Divine.
'I h Story of nu African Farm.
Crown of Wild Oilvei.
Life of Kit Carson.
child's Buiorf ol Baglaad.
The Fairy of the Alps
My Lo ll and Mv Lady.
Tour of the World iu eO I M
Twonty Tuovnand League I'nder the
The Phantom Ship,
Knickerbocker History of Mew York
Lady aadlejri secret.
A 1 i mil v llorsi'mnu
House no the Marsh.
'I be 1 iwl Houne.
Old Curiosity Shop
Nick ot the Wooq.
Wit, Humor end Pathos.
In i he Hcbilliugscuurt.
My Henit's Dnrllnif.
Life of David Crocket.
Lady C'antleinalns'a Divorce,
Tbe Sin of .'oott Avellugu.
Half Hour wlthGmai ritimorlnts.
Half Hour with Oreal Story Teller.
Hair Hour with Great Novelist.
Illetory of the i mo ..I States.
llr Dearest Foe.
i .fat Lxpecatlun.
Grimm's Fairy Tale.
.1 : Hp's Kabld.
Faith and I'ufaitb.
A False Start.
Scene from Clerical Life.
Old Mamsellv' Secret.
The Lerongn Case.
Marob In the Kauka.
Hloanj Stpiare Scandal.
The ViiWMll uud Cibiu.
Macleod of Dare,
Ct Un by tho Hea.
Other People's Mouey.
Ol bu nmi.
Tho Dove in tho Eagle' NeL
The Flrsi Violin.
Tue Parting of tbe Ways.
Forty Liars and Other Lie3.
Tbe Vicoinie'e Bride.
Far From tbe Maddening Crovtil.
Drsmaa of Life.
loin, mi", or J ufainoua.
MHry St John.
Shadow and sunbeam.
Pbra, the Phoenician.
w , Family hubiniuu.
Ladies' Family Physlciau.
An Lgyptiau Princess.
Anderson' Fairy Tale.
Twenty Years After.
Tbe Kcaiint Letter.
Huron .Mum bauson.
The Arundel Motto.
1 Life Worth Living.
Thaddeus of Wumaw.
The Wooina O t.
Twice Told Tal.
Tho X0UBB Duke.
stiauge Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr.
Tbe Boys in tbe Forecastle.
Koanoke Inland to Murfieetbcro.
Popular Natural History
Stories from American Hittory.
The Smugglers' Cave.
Brllng the Bold.
Adventures Amunuthe Indian.
The Kille aud tbe Houutl.
Hubert tbe Traveler.
Audubon tho Naturalist
Harlie s Letters.
Hauff's Fairy Tale.
Fort Sumter to ReSDOk inland.
S hool Life, or Turue Year at Wolver
tou. Ocean Waif a.
The White Elephant.
My Tour In Furope.
Nature' Young .Nobleman.
Frank Wildmau's Adventurer on Land
The Uolden Masuot.
Hound the World.
Stories About Animal.
Oermau Fairy Tales.
Boys' and UirU' Story Book.
Young Folks History of Greece.
AdventuiKi of Famous Sailors.
Boys of the Bible.
The Adventures of Rob lioy.
Young Folk Bonk of Biids
The Young Foresters aud Other Tales.
old Merry's Travel on the Continent.
Abbott' Stories for Childreu.
Fairy Tales from Rretano
Wild Sports in the Far West.
Eastern Fairy Legends Current in South
Edgeworth's Moral Ta'es.
Perils of the .lung e.
Through the Looking Ola?.
Our Young Soldier.
Oriental Fairy Tale.
Youug Folks' flitory of Rome.
Spanish Fairy Tale.
Eight Year' Wauderi'igs in Ceylon.
Fort Pillow to the End.
The Fire Brigade.
Oratidf at tier's Chair.
Jackanapes and Uher Tale.
Young Folks' Hi-tory of liermany.
Mulfreesboro to Fort Pillow.
Tbe Mountain Cave.
The Wr Tiger.
Cn ul BUke.
Edgevfortlfs t.'l(stc Tale
Young Folk vatnral Hlitorr.
Yonng Folk History of France.
Wonder of the Oreiit Deep.
The Wolf Boy in China.
The Magician's Show Box.
Lake Bennett's Hide Cut.
Adventures of Famous Travelers.
Bsndfon) and Morton.
lu tbe W lids ot New Mexico.
The T iger Prince.
Tbe Bed Eric.
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