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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 January 1881

I : The ' St. George Union. I 1 . "IN UNION, IS STRENGTH." I VOL I. lit. GEORGE, UTAH, JAN., 1881. NO. 18. H I THE TV GEORGE UNION. i PUBLISHED MONTHLY i fj . CARPENTER, ii ' Editor & Proprietor. TTerms; Fifty Cents por Annum. striEORfiTwiSINESS DIRECTORY. ' ' eijxt Doou To Port Office. IVZEALS REASONABLE., JQlffl PYiNl, PROPRIETOR At.30 AGENT, FOR AND DEALER IN Fish Iko'tt. Wagons. Timher, Plow, Reapers & Mowers, Extras, &c. Arc. 4T6HN EAKDLKY, Manufacturer. X am noy manufacturing' a kih.st class Aim dLfi'and guarantee it to be superior to any mn:m factured in the Territory,. Will supply all Co Operative Stores on Commission, or very cheap for" Cosh at 90 (Jayf. Orders solicited from all Stores between Beavtrr aud Bunkervillo, ?a:!Srt I ?' WA RREN II A R Y V , 1 MACHINIST, MILLWRIGHT, WOOD A'ND II IRON TURNING, SCROLL & OTHER ' III SAWING. CHOPPING ALL i r KINDS O'F GaAI.V & H GRINDING SALT. CT gSgrMUlttnd jdion jiuI. North Street, cast OT m I" j" iirMfcTrrViii ...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 January 1881

y " ' " ' ' ' '" ' y ' ' ' " -' " - -r ' -' ' ' ' ' -" jHHnHjHv mwnwn i mi m inun --fcwv! w ra r itta j-y-atgut JMtii 1 EXPLANATION, r Some of our subsribers pnid us one dollar for n year's subscription to the UnIon when we published it Semi Monthly, Others who subscribed have not yet pnid, while few paid for six months. Now we have concluded to issue but once a. month, consequent ly we placed the subscription of the remaining 12 numbers at 50 cents. Those who paid their dollar will I receive the remaining 12 numbers; tho3e who paid for six months, lhe?r subscription has expired and they are respectfully invited to Venew. Those who have not yet paid, still owe us j and they are respectfully invited to f call and settlp their indebtedness. We issue 400 copies of the Ukiok this edition and send to a large num ' ber who are not subscribers, hoping they will send us fifty cents (in money I or poBtage stamps,) for the Union oue year. After the type are set, we can better afford to print ...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 January 1881

STregard lo rice the 'Florida Dis patch5 says; It. is ndmitled that il can be planted profitably on any land on which cotton or corn will grow, and on a sreat deal of land on which col- ton nnd corn will not grow, lhe 3 ield appears to be .from 40 to 50 bushels per acre, and to be worth, for sound and clean rice, $1,25 per bushel. -.At these figures H is evi- f3 derhly a profitable production.' ' Here, rice is 15 cents per pound. If wolitable to grow rice in Florida at $1.25, U will surely be profitable to grow it here, if it would only bring len cents per pound.' True, we have no rice milk hre, but produce the rice and the mills will he erected when needed. The culture of rice is very simple, and about a peck will plant an acre. The seed is planted in thills 2 to 2 feet opart. -For a good stand there should be a spear of ri e evoy 2 or 3 inches in the row, which, like wheal or rye will 'stool out' and make a large bunch, "flice needs good culti vation,'' says the Florida Dispatch, ...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 January 1881

Mr A '' 1 --' '-4 ' "-- ' -"' v ' " ' ' 1 " ' H AN IKDTSPENDSrJT MOt T tLY I NEWSPAPER, PUBLISHED BY EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. Hf Devoted to the Interests oj B people of Southern UJak. I TERMS, IN "ADVANCE One copy, one year, 0.50c. One copy, sis months, 0.300. Ten copies, one year S-J.asc. Ten conies, six months, Si.asc. I RATES OF ADVK&TISINU: : .. i line, Nonpareil space, 1 yep.r, ... $0.50?. " " 0 months', 0.301:. J lines, " xyear,.... $i.oa 5 " 6 ysiintjisi O'o, 10 11 '. . " ' 1 y'tar,..- ?.?0. to" " Ompi:sU3, $l?5. column,' 1 YMJj .p4-5o J ditipntfys, ......:. iJVi.So. " " I'Vcaj-;." $s.(; I ft 6niopth. ,$4?S9, it 11 ryeaj, $H$ 1 '. 6 monthu, 'BOOK, GH&D. d JOB PKINTING, H Executed with neatness and dispatch and at H BED 'ROGK. PRICES) B . BLA ISTK! . j ORDER, RECEIPT & OUEBILL ' BOOKS H Printed from plates' on h&$y ('Yame of T otvn or City mS$r H' ted,) and Bound with H- jftvw 5c4 75 ceiw- pen 1 00 H, Wanks. Jf -printed to Ordi ?5 exposition will be added. H fc...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 February 1881

I The St. George Union. I 8 U1N UNION, IS STRENGTH." Hh I V y0L1- ST. GEORGE, UTAH, FEB., 1881. NO. 14. H I 1' H E 4 ST. GEORGE UNION, i . PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY liditor & Proprietor. . ItST Terms; Fifty Cants per Annum. V . Next Door, To Post Ofmcx. v T JOHN PYMM, PROPRIETOR. " .. ALSO AOLh, tlitAI .H JN V ,Fiish Bro's vvfK(iii5, 'IhubciK. Plows, Uc.-i'f "v tf fc MrWers, "Extras, Ac, do. irwfi r. .fl lv .U I.. I. V . VANfFACTUllKN. I am ntfw mamilat'turii g a i inst ci-ass article and guarantee it lo le si:pr!or to any manufac ' tared in the '1 erritorv. M il! supply nil Co op- crativc Stores on C r.ttunis.tion r:r chrap for 'nli at UMays. .Onlt-rs .sn;idle(f fr m all Stcres be-ia-!2ti twee!) Leaver and ::r.kirvil!e. W A H UTn H A il D Y URChiniKt. M I ivrtjfbt. Vud & I, on 'lurnrr, 8 roll fc oth i S.wjuj!, Clio),pin a I linos of t' Q "! fe (iniidi k 8 ). tJtST'M II Shop on 2nd Not h S reel, aaut of ! tt-t 'jown. B t orpf. U b -Tfefc J ft 1.) WIN T. RIDING J CUSTOM BOOT &...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 February 1881

i ' " 1 HI, .1 .IT l' .1 I ... .I. ., , Bk THE imm 'ST (jfeffiR'S E jd n . '" "IN-V-k foV j STRENGTH.".. I u,eBrS!fcx rt . ,w:" CXr P 1C N T K R . y J 'DJTQR.lf PROPRIETOR: - ar.vvp--- I .. -CTV GEORGE, UTAH, FEB. 1881 H" A" WiM ii fiiMirmiii n mii nnfnuii inmim iniiiiiwiniiiMiiiiiiiim mm minimum' lhi,.,fc,n KEfiOtlECES. OP SOUTEEKN UTAH. F O r We.liA.vc biien politely informed i-. ?v.-.. t H ?if September is a better time to sow . whe&U.jitso to keep it well watered ,..'! inflate in the winter, and we gladly -''J piiolislV the fact, s v ' '"' Tobacco. thirik ' we vyill not miss the k- ' " nrark far, if we say there is thousands . Vf d.611irs annually sent abroad by the Wm ,"."!nfcrcrhant8 of.. this Territory, for EH -. . the :V filthy weed' that might be Bk kept'-flt home, if some of our "men of means'' would ''launch out" in the iridiistry and prow it ''at hpme.,? .As HB ' long as we have men .(and we are sor- jHl . ry to s.vy boy3 JS!$l). no can't get HRX alonp without iit (!...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 February 1881

9 ST. GEORGE UN ION - v( !rSlcl?erfmdin th-5s Nt'ce marked with an X will understand that the time paid for has Expired. Please renew imA 'niS ' f , LOCAL Ap GENERAL . t Wc sliall deem it aavor if our friends and patrons in Southern Utah will send us local items transpiring- in their Vicinity'. We also invite I ostal Card Correspondence from all parts of the -territory, on itcmp.of interest, local-and general. j " ' .' I " A-. nil- " tl Spring is approaching and warmer ! weather is here. Call on E. 1 Biding foryour Boots and shoes, he makes the best in town, I i( The Masons are 'rapidly progress- j ing wjth the adobie work .on the new addition to the Social Hall, of this city . I .Job Printing. Plain, or in Colors, I . neatly executed at this, office, at prices . that defy competition. v See advei-tisempnt of.: St.- George . Pottery. First class goods and low i pricef. , ; ! The Bibles and TestamWls of the Aiuf.rican Bible Socieiy are. .cheap, 1 neatly printed and well bdf. 1 r?4eWs...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 February 1881

Hi m f sYsV g -helUnioii. Hi .ori iD I SDSflT MONTHLY I NEWSPAPER, PUBLISHED BY mITOR & PROPRIETOR. B ; fMvoied to the Interests of B people of Southern Utah. Yf5HMSf--Ii ADVANCE. nVtif: cr.py. one yor, , Ss-goc, ; ;o.Vf, fcix month, , 80.30c. it topic, one yeir, , S-a5c flt! tj?,ci" '-pic5, nwntht, 9i.a5c. B . . RATKS OF ADVKRTISINU Hl -. Ntmparsil spee, i'jr, n.fic. B' iunjJi Ip.joe. ft 5 , ' t yttht, . .01.00. ; " riumth, Booo "iu '( . " I rvr .00 K, .10 i 'iii S.5 Hp. j,.'Vm! "ii'M'i vr 4T $4 5$ Ji,.t ? V ; ,vri. 15.0O . "A..nh ''i.0 B -''!'; ' 'r..4 ;..fci.,cu L ,,fif -"'.. z & r . r.ftft?., cub. & m HH Executed with neatness and dispatch and at H BED ROCK PRICES! H H ORDER, RECEIPT & OUEBILL BOO RS HB Printed from plates on hand, H (Nijme ofTon or City itsser- HH Bound with wire, H 'rctma 50 to 75 cents per ioo H Wflrwfo. ; If printed, to Order, HE r?5 5 composition will be added. Hi iap-ADWtW8 ALL ORDEKS 7 O H yt if. C; ARPEN TE R, HHL . piN'I X?i 4: WBI-ISHKR...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 12 May 1881

THE ST. GEORGE UNION. : I 1 . Devoted totho Advancement of Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, and to Genoral IJews. ,L ''xfo- 1 4 1 1 J :7; ' n ytii'Vol. 1. ST. OilORQK. UTAH. MAY ia.,3881, No. 15. $-! It " ' 'THe AMERICAN ROBIN. ! mm:) -.o I I ;v From Vick's Monthly Magazine. t ..Mk. Edxtoh : I think you will allow mc to thank you forborne interesting1 articles given in J ( , your Magazjnk on American birds. Much I . ilcased Was I with your description of the beauti- ' ful Mountain Quails of California-1 as bcautifui , and, 1 Relieve, as proud as Peacocks.' Since read- I j ing your description, hich I did a ear or so agO, I in my quiet home on this side of the stormy At lantic, I have seen them in t'leir mountain holne, and, though small, they are the only bird I have ever seen that can at all rival the English Pheas v. ant in beauty. , ; '; .; ? t - r-1 On my first- visit to your country, I exclaimed, -n sAcn a pfetty,bird among, the Cedars, "What , 'M iijeauliful Thrush l"....

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 12 May 1881

f&T .re EP RGE U. N I cffii . Editor & Proprietor. Egr'Termaj Fifty Gouts por Annum. I . " ST. GKOttGB, UTAH, MAY 1881. mginiiiwiiiniui .Hi in in i iiwn.ii iiinmim . PAp 81 Vc will send the remaining' nine num rUi U. bcrs of tiie present volume of the Union i . to any address in the United States or Territories, Voatpaid, on receipt of J5 OJ"0N'PS 'n cash ' or hostage stamps. Come on with your Quarters : ;uiu "Don't you forget it.' I V UTAH AND ITS REFORMERS. ii 13 y an article in the Salt take Dai-. y Tribune of March ?, 1881, we learn that the "Reformers" of far famed , Utah" think that ''billiard halls, sa loons and housrs of ill-fame are more powerful reforming agencies here in -Utah than churches and schools, or even tht TnmuNEt" With these institutions the 'reform- ers' propose to lead the 'Mormons" to u hiyher civilisation.' The article further states that 'what the young Mormons "want is to be freed.' Freed ! From what 1 From the union of our parents, yhom we love, I...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 12 May 1881

f , yST. GE;ORG. union &'8 .fe-Subficribcrs .fin&njr this Notice marked' with i an X will understand that the time paid for has Expired. Please renew.efl . . N t LOCAL AND GENERAL. SST-We shall deem it a favor if onr friends and patrons jn Southern Utah wi)l send us local items transpinnfr yn their Wcjhity. We also invite postal Card Correspondence from all parts of the Territory, on items of interest, local and general. - ' I v Mulberries nre Hpe. Reaches nre large ns wolnuta. ' ' Wheat is beginng to liead out. . Farmers have commenced cutting , . ' : " . 4 , f ; Wo.had a fine ih6y,er ollMn on the lOih inst. 4 i Read our advertisement of Rubber Stamps, then order one. Subscribe for the St.George Qnion, , r monthly, fifty cents a year., - Callon'E. T.Riding foryour Boots " " , and shoes, he makes the best in town. ; See advertisement , of. -SU George Pottery; First class goods and low t b prices , I There has been many cases of V, f diphtheria iu this city yet a few only 5sj...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 12 May 1881

BBS J LLIUMIIlWIWmillll III , , j iMilini .J. IDMijii I J M.MM I .fUM.UlJII-JL ST. GEORGE UN.IO.N.. B " 1 : 1 '-'"r..: ST. GEORGE BUSINESS; DIRECTOR V. . , , "'iff ''HTriI'7: Bl Nxxt Door To Post Office. Hi MKAI-S ItEA.lONAriU. JOHN PYMM, PROPRIETOR. ',' . ., ALSO AGLNTA DKALtUMN ' B Fish Bro's Wagons, limbers. Plows, RcftrterV HjB Uf & Mowers, Extras, &c, &c. B' JOHN EAKDLEY, MANUPACTUKSR. B I am now msnuiactrir(r a iikst class! article B and guarantee it to hi superior to, any manufac B- , ' , turcd it) the Tovriton. "VVSJI Kivpply'all Co-op- B crativo Stores on Ci niiiilssii.il r.r cltcap .for Cash B at 90 days. Orders solit .u from 'all Scores be Hb 12-1:11 twecn ilcav,cr ;nd HuiikervUle. ' , ; WAJUi j"i n n ha iiiPiF- Hj SlftChiuiBt, Mj).vrjgh,i, V'to;l 6 Iron , Turner, B roll & otb. i . S.iwjnt,', CKpp'w? all linos oi ;ftrailll Snop. on 2nd Ndtth S'root, eait of utf. 0 own, S . G rgf, U'ph.Tt3& . K 3-WJ N T, RID 1 N G CUSTOM SCOT & SHOE MAKER. a. muarrj...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 June 1881

Hfl ' . i ' ' . " ', - ifl Dov'otod to tho Advanoomont of Ajrriculturo, Hortioulturo, Floriculture, and 'to Gonoral News'. ..tU- jfl Vol. 1. . TolfiC RGr f7, U'j" A U J I J NK ,1 8Sf. : No, TO. H II . v 1 Selected poctru. RETALIATION. I , Vlicn Jesus appeared as the Savior of men ! I f r 'f liis back to the smitcrs, for truth gave he then : ' ( ' That redemption and mercy to sinners might How; I Aii then all his work was, A kiss for a hlow. if 4 And onward his followers shared the same fate, - While the Spirit of truth stcmmM a world of hate : ; . Jst so was it then, and will ever be so, .While falsehood can utter a kiss for a hlow. Jllut when He returns in His glory to reign 1 .No.hioic shall He suffer the scatters disdain': ' 'TSicn the black-hearted hypocrite sinners shall ' , p know, . ' T&ere'sno longer for. them a kxss for" a blow. ) . v Ilarlil a voice from on high, saying, "O Lord, 11 how long,u , And oh earth a loud cry of wailing and wrong;. For the land's fum. of" uon...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 June 1881

1 tup ST, GEORGE U N . PUBLISHED MONTHLY . .? .-. : mv.:" I i 1 tJ . W. OA 'H Pi K 1ST T 15 II , Editor & Proprietor. "irTorms; Fifty Conts por Annum. ST. GEORGE, UTAH, JUNE 18fll. I. : , ' r r I! We will send the remaining njne num t Ull U. bcrsof the present vohurie of the Uion lo :iny address in the United States or Territories, postpaid, on receipt of Jift O K NTS in cash or posture stamps. Come on With yotir Quarters and "Don't you forget it1' . I It is stntiid that the past winter has been the severest 'in" London, ' they have ever known. The Widest cotton crop the South m States ever produced, -was that o' ,,last year, which nggtegated, 0,250,000 hiles. . , it- there are rio horses'" in Greenland and .tiVi planils Ex. ! ' ' ' ' I t-is calculated that - sixty tons o' .steel are annually consumed in the manufacture of steel pensi. ,' Fifty years aeo'iomatoeswere cnll-l d love apples, and" were1 considered ' poisonous. Truly time works radical rluuuji's nmoug raan(' The foll...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 June 1881

t : STft(EORQE UN l,ONt;; ; ' w "5 .', I, ;.' i " Ji i ' ;' .' E5y"Subscribcrs finding tliis ; Notice ' 'marked with' afi $11 understand that the time frud fdr, y has Expired. Please renew 1 LOCAL AND GENERAL. KSWc shall deem it a favor if our friends and patrons in Southern Utah will send us local items transpiring in their vicinity. We also invite Postal Card Correspondence from all pnrtsof the Territory, on items of interest, lo'cal and general: mii iiiw mi iiin i m in iTnin-T'-rTnirnrin ; j?; f Weather 'warm : i v J v Apples, npricots anrl plums are ripe. . . . A cool breeze neaHy every da .; ' ' moderates the heat considerably. 4i 4.V Second cutting of liicorn'liay is now in vogue. " " 'A-v- ' , . ; '" ' Joljil Eardley's Pottery i ware is I ..1 sold at' St George XJo-opSlorV ' 4 Business at Silver "Reef is reviving . X . again after its stagnation. "A ( ' i& ;ijj?Sfv Read our advertisement of Rubber -;Vj j Stamps, then order one. J - tf ' ? Now is the time for .IfarmerB and...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 June 1881

Bte ST. GEORGE L'Isl ION, hkV .ir Next Dooh To Post Officii, fflfflHfflM MKAI-S UEASONAJ1I.E. wgffi&H JOHN PYMM, PROPRIETOR. jgwfijraSB ALSO AOK rA' DlUI.Ml 1M HSHBB 1 Fish Bro's Wagons, Timbers. Plows, Reapers BSSsSK ,itf Mowers, Extras, &c, tfce. jjfeamMB JOHN EARDLEY, MANUFACTURER. HSBsSmB f iiui now tiiamifaciunng a must class article IhB8BHH !UU' guarantee it to he superior to any manufac- HHHHB ' Hired in the Terntorv. Will supply nil Co-op- rejfffigH. , erativp Stores on Commission or cheap for Cash HoHfjH' l 90 day. Orders solicited from all Stores be- ffigSB: . u-i-'ti twecn Beavu and Bunkcrville. BHB W A if 11 id N H AKDY, HH' "fachlnM. M,liwrl(?ht, Wood k Iron Turner, WBBUB S roll & other Siwmg, Chopping ail hinds o Hn G.uin & Hrimli g 8 P. HHH ,itf"M II f--h.p on ?ud North S'rcct, east of HHjB, ' !-cr Town. S.. Ceorc, Uih.-t5; f 'CUSTOM BOOT & SHOE MAKER. WBm :$C.,i II P ENTER $ BUILD Ell, ' GKSKIUT, ' HB '.jflTo'to Printer, B AM) 9 Wiank Booh Manufac...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 July 1881

I " .-"ibis;. , '- INDUSTRY MAK7TnTrBESEllTDLOOMt WHILE IDLBKES3 LEADS TO. KUIN. . v Z. ' . ,S I w ; "Vol. 1. ' , ' SI?. GEORGE, UTAH, JULY, 1881. Nyf; 17. I ' ! f a1'' ?- The Silkvoitmyind lh's Critic. ""' i'''" ' ' ;v . y . AN AFOLOGUFrUQMyTHE FREKClf;, A ' ( JAn idle worm vhpse home is found , ' . M " '('And hcncc:his narn) Within the. grouHd, t Whore, hidden from the cheerful day, ffl t ,n lie feats upd sleeps his life away, j J ...One summer eve came crawling; out, - And, gazing lazily abpu,. see What he might-chance to set; ? 1 He'spied upon a mulberry tree J y j H A silkworm, who withpati'enkskiil spinning, spinning:, spinning still 1Q The -tiny thread from which is made . Jfhe finest satin and brocade Hi 1 1 i n ' And many a charming web beside. ; "f1rti 'rool thrtt yon at c !n the. eath-wokm cried ; f f t'l rYith never-ending toil to spin ' " t.M , Your life, away, and. all to win, ;'' .iPy working- like a galley-slave, , ,,).. A weary life an early grave; . Pray what but c...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 July 1881

I ST. fGE0RC3E UNION. fytfjl lidftor & Proprietor. H Br ter-ermsj 'Flftyontper Annum;, H; ,l.'J.'......v.y..;.'.........li..7..;.'t'.;. ' 1 " ' 1- I - - ST. GEORGE, UTAH, JULY 1881. I' FAR l! Wo will send tiR remaining 7. num." i v. S-UII ' V; oers'oftlie present volume of the Union to. any address in the United States or Territories. ' postpaid, on receipt of NTS in cash . " . "r f?ri?Pe stamps. Come on with your Quarters- and "Don't you forget it." I, , .1 Nearly 0 very paper we pick up ia t laden with 'news' concerning the con ; dition of President Garfield, and the '-..An V abilities of his final recovery; 'also V.f 'the liaity of his not recovering ,v and fear seizing the Republican on ; account of the prospects of Vice Pres ident Arthur becoming President. . Whichever way the scales turn, . they are in the hands of a God who - :sees and rules all things for the best. Isr.. We have seen that everything on ,. the earth's surface exposed to the in fiuenees pf air, water, ligh...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 July 1881

t s I M THE t, . I ' &i'SS?scnl)ers "finding "this Notice marked ' wV" ""derstTiria tlint the time jfld for has.Epired Please rchew,. " LOCAL AMD a?EeAL r ' . - i-M ..ptrpns in Southern,TJtah willscnd us local items postal Card Correspondence from all parts of the Territory, on items of interest, local and general, ............ ........ ...........,,,.- . , Bible Soolety. qn June 19 ftcre was organ ...ized in this city, an"Auxiliary Branch, for St. . f36 Stake, o the American Bible Society," . , . Henry . Eyring, Prest.; James, G. Bleak, ' Vice Prest.; A. R. Whitehead, Secy.; Richard Bcntley,Trcas.; Thomas Judd, Cor. Secy.; nnd ; Minerva W. Snow and Susie- Y. Gates, extra members of the Board.- - . . t Eart&quake.-A slight shook bf Earthquake ' .wasifeltinthistfty .on July 3, at quarter .past 8 ; I : k"r lining: about two. seconds., ; We did . ; ot ?9cfi uy rumblinff noise, but things in our t officc rattled and the building rocked to and fro. ' " Bullion. The first shipment...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 July 1881

I' ' T '- - &tW&&Q:i!p o n 7 Nwct Door To Post OrncK. MEAtS ftKASONABtJE. JQHN.PYMM, PROPRIETOR. ALiO AGENT DEALER I. .. ' -Kith Bro's Wagons, Timbers, Plows, Ksprs 'jlitr ' & Mowers, Extras, &o, &c. , ; . J-O H If BARDLET, KANUrACTURIR. I nm now manufacturing a first class article? c .v.w.i . i and guarantee it to be superior to any manufac ; '. .tiircrt in the Territory. Will supply all Co-op-crntivc Stores on. Commission or cheap for Cash - at; 90 days. Orders solicited from all Store be V j2-wn tween Heaver ahd Bunkervillc. "WAR R IS N HARDY, Machinist. Millwright, Wood & ton Turner, .i Scroll & other Swing, Chopping all kinds or , Grain & Grinding 8 ili. Mill it-Shop on 2nd North Street, Mat of " - nL rD' ,St' raf ,-'tS:--I EDWIN T,Ril)INa' CUSTOM BOOT & SHOEMAKER. R. G. McQUAlRIB, QA RP ENTER $ BUIZDQR, ALSO DEALER IN FURNITURE . IT. C J2R P ENTER t ; 3To to. Prtntar,' Blank Book Manufacturer. I ' SlffXES J ? A 1 N T E R. & O R A i m...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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