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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 14 June 1878

j HI HI MJv HI I arKS trivxozvr, ' . I i - - ' ' ' - - - ' I . V0L i- ST.IeORCE, UTAH, JUNE 14J878 ilT ' I ' " "" 'Li TOwroi,Mi,,..TOmM1 w'miMiiiiwSr; : . . .... MJ I From San Francisco to the Big Trees-of ' ; OalifdriiiaL o- (We copy tfie following fromVick's Floral Guide, hoping it will hp of interest, at least, to some of our readers, if not all. We can not pub lish the entire article in the present number of the Union, consequently will continue it unt il completed. Ed. ) After making arrangements lor horses and wagon to be in waiting at Milton, the terminus of the railroad, perhaps about thirty miles nonhUatt of Stockton, we bade our good friendvS in San Francisco farewell for a season, Iu n d taking ' an early start, reach ed Milton about & noon, where we were packer! into stages, or ra'her f three seated wag- ons, and about dark arrived at a somewhat deser- ted mining town ci'lied Murphy's Carnp, having made twenty- nine miles over a strange, daty, hilt to us a pleas- mt ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 14 June 1878

I H THE ST . G E 0 RGE U N 1 0 N , B i WIM jWIBIII I IBIBBIIII IIIIIIMHIWIIIIIIIIII'II lllll llll II WIN I I III I I II III 1 . , J. W. CARPENTER, - - - - EDITOR. H ST. GEORGE, UTAH, JUNE 14, 1878. I?; SALUTATORY. o : ? Friends, and those who are not friends, we cordially greet you with this our first number of the STt. George Union, and hope you will find it wor thy your patronage, and that you will lend a helping band and aid u in establishing a first class Nswspn I per, which, we hope, the Ukjon will be at no distant day, . To make a first class Newspaper requires time, talent, and a vast a- mount of money ; yet, wish the assis t tance of those who are capable of writing interesting articles for our columns, we will endeavor to make H the Ukion second to none al least, in f the way of a Newspaper. Heretofore the people of St. George 9H i,'; and vicinity have btcii very negligent in encouraging a home pnppr,and yet, there is scarcely a community who are better able to sustain an e...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 14 June 1878

I - f LOCAL. Dull. Weather warm and pleasant. ( No scarcity of water is yet apparent. , 'j Everybody is busy hayiug, cropping, ' J and gardening. But few loafers to be seen on the streets, ;' , and our City in extremely quieti The pi ospecta for crops and fruit are good, the weather having been unusually i favorable this season. Apricots, currants, gooseberries, straw berries ami some apples, and peaches, aro ''h ripo- . i Thermometer '87 in the shade, as we go ' to presa, 7 p. m. i RETURNED. Elder Erastua Snow returned from hia labors north, looks hule and hearty, and has enjoyed himself. He is here to attend Conlerence, 15 and 16 inst. ! COMMENDABLE. ) Bp. D. H. Cannon was calling for ma- terial aid for brolhrr .las. G. Bleak jr who ,. , hag bepu laboring faithfully on the Manti r jjjjEL Temple for some h.onths. We understand '' fPL he is theonlj one now laboring therefrom 'f"!:' St. George, and the JJishop wishes to keep , him in good cheir that he may continue in 1 well doing FR...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 14 June 1878

H itt THE NEW LAID EGG. I Bo gentle to the new laid egg, For eggs are brittle things; They cannot fly until they're hatched And have a pair of wings. If onco you break tho lender shell, The wrong you can't redress; The yolk and white will all run out, And make a dreadful mesa 'Tie. but a little while at best That hens have power to lay; To-morrow's ejjes may addled be That were quite fresh to-da Oh ! then let the touch be light That takes Ihem from the keg; There is no hand whose cunning skill Can mend a broken egg. Ay touch it with a tender touch, For, till the egg is boiled, Who knows but that unwittingly, It may be smashed and spoiled! The summer breeze that 'gainst it blows Ought to be still and hushed; For eggs, like youthful purity, Are awful when they're crushed. I Considerable apprehension of a Fen ian invasion from Vermont has existed along the border of Canada, It is stated that there has been an accumu lation of arms at different places in the northern part of Yermont. A ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 12 July 1878

I 1 I "UNITED, WE STAND ; DIVIDED, WE FALL" H ,w'''w"l'IWWWtMaaBaBBiaM iiiiuwuini n .-,i.ii m i.rmi"iiii i i ii i .n 1 1 1 1 1 i MUM H I VOL I. ST. GEORGE, UTAH, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1878. Ha 3. I I POETS' CORNER. JPor (Ae (7ton QUERY. Whit know we, of the inner life, Of the souls that move around us The innr life that forms two lives. With the humau ties that bind us; Though often a word, a look, a tone, May seem to express true feeling, Still ofteaer leaviuga vai-uo distrust. Or suspicion of unfair deiling. 'Actions speak louder than words' 'iisaaid, By whom, though, I do not remember, Many a one, to be judged by this, ! Are cold hearted aa bleak December: And those whose actions in every day life, Aro strikingly ki .d and loving, Carelessly live, and carelessly die, Their want of affection proving For they that cherish deepest love, Will aro to-day audio-morrow, I Seeking in every way to shield, Tiio loved from cure and sorrow: Knowing that life can never be given, When onco it is ta...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 12 July 1878

B9b Bl J W. CARP EN I Ell - PUBLISHER., H - - -y inn i- nir iri -in -i hhwiiiim mug j mm ST. GEORGE, UTAH, JULY 12, 1878. IHH t HjK Subscribers paa over your dollar jjHEH tor 1. he Union and receive your re- BBE ceipt. I We extend a cordial invitation to all who f- el so inclined, 10 write for our columns but reserve our right to choose or not us we think applicable, j 1 I Ouu god Bishops are requested to j :icl a Agents and take Subscriptions " Tor t lie Union tmd forward to our -( office. it . -o .-. HHH Some of our subscribers complain T of not receiving their papers. They ly at the P st Office uncalled for. VVc print every alternate Friday -r . Everybody who ivel so inclined are respectfully invited tv attend the Theological class in the basement of th Tabernacle every Sunday morning Hi 9 o'clock. - 11 it Till rTiafc Miir m inum x Th Railroad Cars are coming1: bo : 1880 Is We learn by private letter that but ter is six cents per pound and eggs fix a nts per doz-n in Missouri. I ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 12 July 1878

WKt' - ". " fSRV,, g"IB""M"'"'"""'M"wiiMiiitiiiiiii mi --Kmrxsri ' SUNDAY, JULY 7, Meeting convened at eleven Wl -ck ?i. m. in St. Gourgo Taber nacle, J D . T. Mo AlltBtir presiding, was addressed by elders George Brilo r, M. F. Fa ms worth upd Bp. D. H. Cannon. Much valuable instruction was givn upon the resurrect Ion, and how essential 't l for the people to improve every cpporlunitv in attending to their labois spiritually aud temporally 2 p, m Reassembled and udriresoed by elders Rodgers. Sanders, Judd, Bleak, Bp. Granger and Tree to H. By ring and J, D. T. Mc Allister, bearing strong testimonies of the power of the gospel as reveal.d in this lust dispensation. FIRE. On the 3rd. inat brother Ute Pe kiits. residing in fie first ward of this city had a laiee wagon box burnad so bad ly it-wosient ered unfit for use, by the can-1-Us8 use of fi e-crackors. B.iyn. you cim uot be too careful with Powder, In any form. EVERYTHING in St. Georg e and vicinity j is "i a thriving condition a...

Publication Title: Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 12 July 1878

BS i 1 III FOR SALE!! f We have a good 'Franklin & Dia- rf) mond' dewing Machine at this office, for sale cheap. It is in good condi- I tion and is adapted for fancy, as well H as common Hewing Call and nee it II for yourselves. P?icp $20, I J. W. Carpenter. I ToTTcTT The person that borrowed a volume of MilUnial Star some years pince will save Publication by RETURNING the flame to I J. W. CARPENTER. JOB H OF ihLL KONBft NEATLY AND EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED AT THE . 'St. ffieorge WLnian' fftce H AT BED ROCK PRICKS! H ONE BLOCK WEST OF POST OPPIOB. H ' : H AND DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMI- GALS, AND DRUGGISTS' SUN S' DRIES. ALSO CROCKERY; I GLASSWARE, AND TABLE I CUTLERY AT 1 . JOHNSON'S I HEAD OF MAIN STREET, ST. . GEORGE, UTAH. j ., ,,,., .. H THIS PAPER IS ON FILE WITH K Where Advcrttslaig Ceutracta c&h bo Mauto. LHm " (0CrSub8cibe for the Uniow. 7 i i i JOHN M. MACFARLANE, 1 Surveyor and Attornoy t Law. Office io Courthouse, St. George, Utah, ltf b PURE HOME - MADE DIXIE WINE! Fo...

Publication Title: Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 26 July 1878

I T3BEBE3 "CTXVXOXV. - I Hi "" "' 1 ' : H "UHITED, WE STAMP ; DIVIDED, WE FALL." H I VOL.1. ST. GEORGE, UTAH, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1878. . NO. 4. . 'u I I POETS' CORNER. For the Union Original. Thou art gone sweet babe: In a dreamlfiss sleep. Are thine eyelids closed forever; And the silvery tones ! 0 thy cherub voice, 0.n earth shall echo never. In death's cold embrace, Thy beauteous form, ' ; To mouldering dust is given; ,1 . ' But in radiant loveliness, Pure as the snow, . Thy spirit hath entered heaven. And far from all eurthly Hj Pains and ills, In a land that knows not sorrow; WM With loved ones who Have gone beforo, j Thou'lt wait the coming morrow. Await the morn, The glorious mom, H When forth from earth's dark portals Awakened to life fl By Jesus' power 1 Mortal becometh immortal. July 1878. " - --s 'ojo - Mim Composed for the St. George Choir .on theThirty-iirBt anniversary of the Pioneers entering "Great Salt Lake Valley. oo Air: Wr amp j tramp, tramp. oo 'Tie one and thirty...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 26 July 1878

yyry";J.-'"Jv' y, -- V""' ------- v-.;- . .. Ti.jii.u.iiij juiuimu. ....-w-f H THE St . G E 0 R QE U N I 0 N. ' B J. W. CARPEN'lElt. - PUBLISHER ST. uEORGE, UTAH, JULY 26, 1878. I PUBLISHER'S NOTICES. Our goid Bishops are requested tc a t as Aiier.ts and take Subscription' to the Union and forward lo oui office. ?Some of our subscribers complai: of not receiving their papers. The) lay at the Pon Office uncalhd for. We print every alternate Kriday. j 1 . B USING FIRE-ARMS. B Th other evening: while standing B riear he Post Office we heard tht B shr p repoit of a pistol close by am B s'mi itaneously the scream of a Huh H girl. We hastened to her lo rendtr M such assistance as might be in oui ' power, and upon irquiry found sin had been with about a dozer 4 sand burs in her bare feet while wait- B mg in lie weedy garden, so after bein. j B soJd so pretty we gently jenuoved hei BR f-om among her enemies and landed BR her on fair ground and she went o H her way rejoicing. BR The law forb...

Publication Title: Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 26 July 1878

:; 1 t ffieorge Union- Sr. George, Utah, Friday, July 26, 1878, I HOME ITIEEMIS. I -0 "ANE'S AMANG YE TAKIN" NOTES-" Weather warm. GRAND GULCH FUENACE ig closed for a season. PINE VALLEY crops look well; they have finished watering wheat in that section. ' PILLS are not highly recommended for chicken disease the old hen takes them quietly, one by one, thinking them peas, then turns up her toes. THEY gathered in front oE the Post Office and began telling the troubles thev! had to endure in keeping 'bachelors hall' since their wives had gone to see their 'dear ma," or ''relations,' and after con soling each other the beat they could, one said; 'well, aint going to stand it much longer, I will have my wife home soon.' .INVITATION. When anything transpires in your vicinity that you think interesting sketch the particulars on paper and for ward to the Union for publication. If it is not stylish, nevermind, we want the facts of cases and we will dish them up and make them readable Don't w...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 26 July 1878

. The person that borrowed a volume v; of Millenml Star some years since will save Publication by RETURNING Uic .same to J. W. CAKPENTER. B j JOB PEIHTIHG- ' A ILL NEATLY AND EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED B '.St. fficonjc nion' Office H AT BED ROCK PRICES! H ONE BLOCK WEST OK POST OFFICE. I HH M IH Catalogue with descriptions and prices will be ready to seiyj out by the 18th oi HH August. Forwarded free to all old custo. 9H wiors vvittiout application. Sent to all others who apply, for the price of postage. 2 cents. J AM lib V1CK, Rochester, N. Y. B jttst aajcaiTBDi B DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMI- I GALS, AND DRUGGISTS' SUN- I DRIES. ALSO CROCKERY; fl GLASSWARE, AND TABLE I CUTLERY AT I JOHNSON'S I HEAD OF Mk STREET, ST. GEORGE, UTAH. B' B BHiBBBrr - FOR SALE!! We have a good 'Franklin & Dia mond Sewing Machine at this office, for sale chenp. It is in. good condi tion and is adapted for fancy, as well as common sewing. Call and see it for yourselves. Price $20, J. W. Carpenter. JOHN itfl. M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 9 August 1878

I "UNITED, WE STAND ; DIVIDED, WE FAIL." H I VOL I. ST. GEORGE, UTAH, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1878. HO. 5. I H PORTS' CORNER. H WATCH AND PRAY. Let ih, as Saints, not doubt or faVer, But bravely tread life's path to-tby No no can hurt if we prove faithful, Nor neglect to watch and pruy. fl To watch and pray; how sh'rt the sentence, H Vut fraught w th words of life, 9 Lest ye should enter in temptation, IWnrc'i and pray, said Jesus Christ. Onward, 1)3 our watchword ever, Onward 'o oterinl day, We shall cter heaven's bright, portah, If we ever wUch and pray. Anne Randall. For the Union A SONG. jH otO I know a lovely maiden, A lovelier I wcoh, N'er dwelt i.n humble cottage, Nor in lordly hall is seen. Her cheek, the summer roses, B In color will outshine But you caniiot hope to win her, She h-is promised to be mine. B tier eyes, the charming color HI Of the deep blu summer sky; Her hair, :i lusfous golden, OP the sunset's richest dye; B Her form i ine very .Trrresa; - B. ' Tn grace could not...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 9 August 1878

H THE ST. GEORGE UNION. . W. CARPENTER, - PUBLISHER H ST. GEORGE, UTAH, AUGUST 9, 1878. j PUBLISHER'S NOTICES. 9 G.P. Rowel 1& Co. 10 Spruce St New York, S. M. Peitengill & Co New York, Boston and Philadelphia, and Edwin Alden, Cincinnati, O. Jld vertising Jlgcnis, are our authorized Agents to receive Advertisements lor the Union. IWATM. The committee appointed to exam ine the feasibility of bringing the wa ters of the Cottonwood spring; in?o St. George, report it feasible and ihat the benefit to our town will be im- Imense flumeing pirts of the way and cutting through hills being par1 of the programme costing in their esti mation for the first three miles from! tsbc io eight thousand dollars. The incalculable benefit to our citizens ought to make it an iUm o! interest to erery family, who see during the dn part of the season thHr treec ami I vines curling up and the fruit fa'hng off for want of the water requited. The committee state that the water if brought io our city wi...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 9 August 1878

' I 3CIjc fficorgc SKnian. St. ficorgo, Utah, Friday, Aug. 9, 1878. HOME ITEMS. 0 V "ANE'S AMANO YE TAKENT NOTES-" h ST. GEORGE TEMPLE. $ It has ben decided, in Council, ;; that the Temple at St. George shall f, be closed from the 15th of September until the 1st of November, 1878. Wilford Woodruff. Salt Lake City, August Istj 1878. Deseree A'ews, Sunday July 28: The speakers were - Robert Gardner, Lorenzo Clark, Easton Kelsey, Win, Carter, and H W. Miller. Sunday August 4: The speakers were D. H. Cannon, Thos. 8. Terry. Wm. H. Allred, J. M. Macfartane, , and A. B. Dunford. t A Hunter who went hunting, has jut re turned. That he f iund his game, we are pleased It to lcaru. : i We wish him much jov, and great success, L. Aud hope many Hunters hia home will f.t blese. The weatbrr is very changeable. first it thinks it will rain then it thinks ',.Lw it won't. Now the iwihd blows hoi and then cold. " r , N; What is the matter with the herds man's horn ? It sounds like it had the c(r)oop....

Publication Title: Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 9 August 1878

Petroleum va3 first used as a liniment called Seneca oil' flf A red cap, silver around the waist, and HT bracelets, form a Hindoo baby's costume. H1 In Central Africa if a baby cuts an upper front tooth before a lower, it is killed. The silver wedding of the King and Queen of Belgium is to bo celebrated the 22nd inst. 9 The wheat harvest in port ions of lowu it is said, will not exceed seven bushels to Hr tho acre It is complained that St. John(N. B.) herrings are dipped in a solution of arsen'c Bj to make them look brighter. HH Ohio will thresh out sixteen million BB bushtls of wheat this soason, so s?)S the Hnyesvillc (0.) Journal. The famine in China is pressing upon 15000.000 of people, while GO. 000 OCO are Buffering more or less distress. Hf In Great Britain eight persons own H' more than 220,000 acres of land each, and 9B( fort'-one persono own nnre than 100.000 acres each. Hj The Hayesville Journal has the fol- lowing. "ICIder O.rson.Pralt, of Salt Lake City, says the earth ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 23 August 1878

I HCI IKSIl "ZF 3E 1 I H J I. II . I I I I Uliamill I II II MIMBI.MMMMMMIlltllllllllll ! I I M ' I I 1 1 I I I il I MMWM WIWMWWIW 1 "UNITED, WE STAND ; DIVIDED, WE FALL." H VOL. I. , ST. GEORGE, UTAH, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1878. NO. 6. I I POETS' CORNER, rigtaal $octrjL WHATSIS LIFE. o$o "What is life ? an old man asked, Then I wrote these words in gold, It is to live and work and toil E'en when we are weak and old." What is l'fe ? " the young man said ; Then I wrote these words of truth, ''It ig to work for your daily bread Earn it well while in your youth." "What is life?" a maiden said, Then to her these words were told; "It is for you to get wed Arid raise a fuin'ly ere you're old." Josophus; I MOTHER. o$o Load thy mother tenderly Down life's steep decline ; Once her arm was thy support, Now she leans on thine. See upon her loving faco ( Those deep lines of care ' - a-. Thuk it was her tojkrJPc " Left that record there. J Ne'er forget her tireless watch, Kept by day and night, Talc...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 23 August 1878

THE I S T . G E 0 RG E U N 10 N . I J. W. CARPENTER, - PUBLISHER I ST. GEORGE, UTAH, AUGUST 23, 1878. I PUBLISHER'S NOTICES. G.P. Howell & Co. 10 Spruce St New York, S. M. Pettengill & Co New York, Boston and Philadelphia, and Edwin Alden, Cincinnati, O. Ad vertising Jl gents, are our authorized Agents to receive Advertisements for the Union. B Persons writing for our columns I must sign their own name or miMais, or use a nomdeplume and enclose their name with the communication, not for publication but a guarantee of good faith, otherwise they will not be pub- lished. H THE SYRACUSE PLATFORM. o . 1 We learn from the Irish World that the Laboring Men in Syracuse, N. Y. have held a convention and framed their Resolutions, and have formed an alliance in opposition to the Dem- Iocratic and Republican parties. The principles they have enunciated are good and loyal, and if carried out, wil' eventually revolutionize the whole United States. I LANGUAGE, The English language must ap ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 23 August 1878

. ," - - ... ....... Sije St ffieorge JHnfotu St. George, Utah, Friday, Aug. 23, 1878. mm nM i.mi mmra .. i i i .a . n.,.. - . . . HOME TTBKS. o "ANE'S AMANG YE TAKIN1 NOTES" ............... ..j.. ............ - ST. GEORGE TEMPLE. It .has been decided, in Council, that the Temple at St. George shall be closed from the 15th of September until the 1st of November, 1878, Wilford Woodruff. Salt Late City, August 1st, 1878 . Deseret JSiews. t: & Tlie managers of the Ladies' Co-op. Store at Harrisburg, Utah, have an eye to business, as will be seen by their advertisements. 'At ihe Ladies' Co-op in Iarrburg town, f Artich'8 nei ful and nice mpy be found. 1 Give ns a cill when passing along; i To purchase, we're sure ynul not hesi- . tate long- adv. The other day a man who was purckas . i ing an axe atthe stO(e,p'cked outthe atnall- i . est he could find, and when ashed why he ,...,;, done bo, replied; "well, my wife has ban very poor health lately, aud if I get a , . larger one I am af...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 23 August 1878

BHRB 4 BB SSte5 HB flSP"lN Missouri, farmers are beginning H to prepare for putting in their fall crops. I -Butter is 8 cents a pound and eggs 3 to 4 B oeuts a dozen. Good calicoes are o cents a yard, and everything else in proportion. B (iSsT According to official statistics, for- ty-seven persons died in England and Walrs of hydrophobia in 18754 and fifry. three in 187(5. Tho total in eleven years from the boginningof 186G to the endine flH of 1R70, was 387. b (jgvf Rki'ort come3 from Michigan that aiew wheat is selling for 70 and 80 cents a bushel, while that of the old crop bring B js U1S" s one dollar per bushel. Some ol B th? new wheat sprouted during iho heavy f ns in July The wheat crop the pre- ;Jr.)t. season is very good, and the corn cror r "ids fair to yield abundantly. Weather is now changed and a lively breeze wliistlos through the trees like the winds of a Michigan winter. Butler is 10 cents a pound and eggs are mm b cents a down. Beef 7 to 10 cents a pound. B ( Washi...

Publication Title: Union, The
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