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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 1 March 1886

INDUSTRY MAKES THE DESERT BLOOM, WHILE IDLENESS LEADS TO RUIN. HH I CP. Vol. 7. Bloomington, WasJi, Co., Ufa?!, 3Iarc7i, 1886. No. 12. " iOur Boy Heroes. - 1JY KBEN E. KEXFOItD. Here's a hand to the boy whojjhas courage To do what he knows to be right ; When he tails in the way of tcmpation He has a hard battle to light. Who strives against self and his comrades, ' Will find a most powerful foe; All honor to him if he conquers, . '" ' A cheer for the boy who say "no!" There's many a battle fought daily The world knows nothing about; , There's many a brave little soldier Whose strength puts a legion to rout. And he who fights sin single-handed 1 Is more of .1 hero, I say, Than he who leads soldiers to battle, And conquers by arms in the fray. ' ,a Be steadfast, my boy, when you're tempted, - . To do what you know to be right: Stand firm by the colors of manhood, ' And you will o'ercome in the fight. ;? "The Right" be your battle-cry ever In waging the warfare of life; 4 And God, who ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 1 March 1886

HT THE UNION? " PUBLISHED MONTHLY, AT BLQQMINGTON, WASHINGTON COUNTY, UTAH, Egr Terms; Fifty Oont3 par Volume. JgJ March,, tSS6, I A Change. Some times in the career of peo . pie, and passing events, it becomes necessary for changes to take place in various departments of life, in order that business may be better attended to and a unity of labor obtained. Although the village where we are now located is but comparatively small, and many dis advantages present themselves to view, we think wef have many more advantages, which counter-balance H,' the disadvantages enough to war- Hr rant the change, . in moving from St. George to Blooming fcon. There is one main thing we lack here and that is a Post Office; but we live in hopes that the Post Office Depart- '' ment will yet be generous enough to grant one" in the near future, al Hb. though our hopes may be blasted. Hh ( There is population enough in this ' ' vicinity to warrant the establish es ' ment of a Post Office at Blooming- " ton...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 1 March 1886

I I THE UNION. BATES OF ADVERTISING. Squares, i time. 2 times '4 tunes. 13 times ( . Half S .3o $ .So $ 1 50 $ 3.00 ' One 1.00 1.50 2.50 6.00 Two 2.00 .3.00 5.00 11.00 Three 3.00 4.50 7.50 16.00 j Four .j .00 O.00 y.oo 2000 I r.'vu 5,0 7-5 11 -5 25.00 j Six 6.00 0.00 14 00 30.00 1 Seven 7.00 10.50 16.50 35'00 ri Eight S.00 12.00 19.00 .jo.oo . Nine 9.00 13.50 21.50 45.00 Ten 10.00 15 go 24.00 50.00 "Tf" Tcr. lines of above type make one square, i liirtfis and deaths Published free, i Transient advertisements Ten Cents a line each j and every insertion. . The Union is on file with EDWIN ALDEN & BRO., AIN6 N, W. Cor. 5th & Vine Streets, Cincinnati, 0,, where advertising' contracts can be made. J The Union is on file with . N. W. AYER 81 S0N,-S5?SSn. , PHILADELPHIA,. PA., "Where contracts lor advertising' can be made. JgChauncy Sniitli, Castlewood, 'Dakota, wants one or more car-loads of Lucerji or Alfalfa Seed. "Who can furnish it, and at what price? Address him as above.'3 ' ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 1 March 1886

rj li ij. i Home-Made Yeast. t In Housekeeper's Department, in Prairie Farmer, we find the following: Yeast made "with flour will not keep long, and unless pre mwm pared very often, the bread made H from it will sour. I will give my H method of making a yeast which I ft have often kept two months, and H liave had it then make as good H l)read as at first, and my bread is H often highly praised. To one gal H Ion of water, add one pint of good hops, tied in a small bag. "When boiling, put in about a dozen large H potatoes, cut in slices, and boil one H hour. Strain off the water, and H mash thoroughly, leaving no lumps. H Then stir together again, adding one teacupf ul of sugar, half a tea cupful of fine salt, and one table H spoonful of ginger. Let it cool, H and when luke-warm, add about one H pint of good yeast, and let it stand H in a warm place for twenty-foui H hours. Then bottle up, and keep in H a cool place, but where it will nol H freeze. I use two quart" Mason's" H. fruit j...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 1 February 1887

INDUSTRY MAKES THE DESEKT BLOOM, WHILIi: IDLENESS LEADS TO KU1N. ' ' ' B I. r CP. Vol. 7. Bloomington, Wash, Co., JJtah,9Mebriavyy 1887. I No i; H 1 .fri H I M5 . The Workman's ..felappy . Home. HY I.. U. lYou wonder thsit-I um so cheery, " , As I puss ypu, day after dsiy, Iwith a workintfinan's cumbersome outfit, And his ill -fitting- grannonts of gray ; And you think such a life must be barren, Of the songs and the blossoms of ioy ; That it reaps but the thistles that rank Apd garners the cares that annoy. Ahl the smiles on my face are the toftcn Of home -love that never prows cold ; , Of tie clinging1 white arms of my children, ,. More precious than silver and gold. And to them, the plain, rugged father Is as dear as a father can be ; For beneath )ic frank, homely features, A spirit of kindness they see. So I sing as I bend to my labor, . And singing I. go to my home, And the toil of the day is forgotten In those hours when nolonger I roam-; In those hours when the silvery moonli...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 1 February 1887

H THE UNION. PUBLISHED MONTHLY, AT H fflLOUMINQTON, WASHINGTON COUNTY, UTAH. by V J. W. CARPENTER, Editor & Proprietor. 3?" Tornw; Fifty Cents per Annum. .3 Hk . - Official Organ of tho Farmers' Agricultural Association! February, 1887 1 JLtx&-t 3X3L33aL"fo.03r- l This number of The Union com pletes tlie present volume, and we T thank our many patrons and friends 0 for their patronage, and trust we Y shall have a continuance of the same. "We have no pretentions to make v in regard to the New Volume, but i the better the patronage, the more k ' able we will be to go ahead. n "We expect to make some chang- I es in the New Volume, but it will I speak for itself, when it appears. J The price 50 cents per annum, will remain the same as hereto- i fore, but see premium offered else- J where. I ' The first number will appear a- . bout the last of April or middle of " May, and we hope to receive a large list of subscribers by that time. - We aim to accept no advertise- K ment into ou...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 1 February 1887

(I r "Say, you fellows, move over'there , said the conductor to my friends, f "and give this gentleman a seat." r-Ex. Among recent publications, of !! popular interest and character, is a handsome book entitled TH E ROY AL GALLERY OF POETRYANDART,' CA embracing the standard poetry and, prosegems of the english language illustrated with about 400 superb engravings. The name of Eev. Dr Milburn on the title pages is a guarantee of the character .and ex J. cellence of the work. Dr. Milburn j j is the celebrated "blind man elo- quent," who is alike well known I throughout this country and Eu- j rope, not only as a pulpit and plat- II form orator, but a man of letters. He is now, and has been for many years, Chaplain of the United States Congress at Washington, 1). C4 In his eloquent introduction to this book he gives his estimate of its value in the assertion that "A Ijamxlxarity with its contents will constitute a liberal literary educa tion" and when he characterizes it as "a good book...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 1 February 1887

f THE UNION can be found on file with the fol- ffj , lowing ADVERTISING AGENTS where Contracts fZsMb "for advertising can be made: K - Edwin Alden & Bro. N-SS&St 8ts- ; M, W, Ayer & Son, Philadelphia, Pa. Hi , ' H. P. Hubbard, New haven, Conn. 11 - Owing to breaking our press, tr " this number of The Union has ; been somewhat delayed. t t C. E. Johnson, of Salt Lake City, r. . Utah, will please accept our thanks nj for two pretty pictures In the j . . "Woods, and Highland Mary, we fi ' have received. We purpose fram- S ' ing tliem and then all who look at them will be reminded, by the card I at the bottom, of the Valley Tan I Remedies, for the cure of all sorts I of ailments. I . The other day a little girl was looking at a catalogue of fashions, and when she came to the cuts of I - the long trail dresses, she rernark- I ed rather solemly, "Well, I would- 1 n't want one of these kind of dress- I es, unless I had a baby; then I ( would seb it down on the trail, and ride i...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 1 February 1887

i n ' ' ir H E UNION. f INFORMATION ON POSTAL MATTERS. . Tihc Mail arrives at Bloomington p0st Office, from the .North, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 12.TO, departs i'or the South, same days and time. Arrives from the South, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at ii :30 a. m. and departs for the North, same days and time. Mails close, for both ways, at ii a. m. j t Mail matter for "Pi ice" and "Atkinvillc," Wash- 'Jto ington County, should be addressed to liloomington V Post Office, i " All mail matter should be addressed plainly, giy ing name, town, county and state, in full. Begin i , the name in the centre of tho envelope, not at the top. ; rS X .Place your own name and address on under lett- ! . hand corner and the Btamp on the upper right-hand . 'corner. Avoid thin envelopes as they often wear out be fore arriving- at their destination. . ' Always Register valuable mail matter, which costs ten cents besides the regular postage. When dropping- mail into the mailing box, see J...

Publication Title: Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 1 February 1887

Hf. MARVELOUS PRICES I BOOKS MILLION V Complete Novels and Other Works, by Famoud B C) AuLltora, AlmoRl Given Awuy. The folloitlmr hoolu H -n artt published iu 'ii-Kt pampuUt tuiui, a n J alt are jirintot K from good type upon good pttper. They treat or n V J great vatlciy of .uhjccls, mid Tie think uo ouc can examine H CT? tliu llt without finding thrrdu many '.bat lit' or she would HK ZT" like to poM. Iu clutti-botllid tticm these book would cunt m (il.Ott enfih. hach book U complete in itkulf. t 1. The Widow l.edutt Pupr. 'I hU Is the book K "i ov.r which: our grandmother laughed till thejr cried, aud Ht I U l. jun an tuiiiiv ui-ilay z It ever wut. . HB J 2. Wlwtcr HvvnliiK KeereHtlonp, a large uollectiou K y- of .Vctlu' 1 harmles, Tableaux, (iiimoi, Vucr.le, etc., for no Hfe chil gutlterliiis'ii, pri atu theatrical, and t'iulug4 at home. 1 . Huck to the Old llonicv A hovel, liy Mary Cecil IU. muiior of " Hidden lVrlK' mt rrt IMiilotfiu-a, Iteeltutlonrt mid Kendliign, a larpe Q a...

Publication Title: Union, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 6 February 1892

B " I " v - I; 1 v -4V : No. 1. ST. GEORGE, UTAH, FEB. 6, 1892. Vol 1 . ' f - .---- -,----.,...- ,., -, , - . , -, . , ,- , .. , . ,MM. .....,. . n ,.., ,. .... T tt r ..rtl Ml HlMMai M1H BMW WM 1 fl himm I i ii i - - - - - v k. THE ATRE: TO-NIGHT! : 4 J ? ' '. SOCIAL HALL.- -' - fl When will be presented the Original Drama, in 3 acts, entitled s'$M " ife . - ' ' ' yi"SP ' Maurice Warner, cm Artist, . , ' Asliby Snow.' 7'g J L . Sir Philip Hailstone, . Samuel H. "Wells. 1ill , Hyacinth Jonquil, an Artist, Walter Keate, : .jpr?f p - Major Luniley, ' '"""" ' ; M. L. McAllister. , ,-''tv' I Capt. Shrimpton, 5 '" H.Pickett. - , - ltif F..." Sir James Hailstone, " ' H. W. Church. '' : W U ' Sir Thomas Kendal, . ,:-,;, Brigham Jarvis. - , ' vbl S" .' Dogbriar,, ' - - J. W. McAllister. ,f.;-Jfe ? Maybush, Landlord of the Beck Lion, ... H. Pidkett. ' " VL f Chowler, a Smith, ' , B. Jarvis. ' ''m p.; Servants, Gentlemen, Villagers, &g. ., -'v. '' rJf ? L,; Lady Camilla, .,. Miss Marthaw....

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 6 February 1892

I I OTOff FOOTLIOHTS, I ' Want Something New. I The picnic bands have ceased to play I And beer garden musicians I Have closed up shop and gone away I To find indoor positions Next spring they'll all return, alack ! And make the evenings "tuney," But let us hope thoy won't bring back m That "Little Annie Rooney." . It has been raining nearly every day this week and part of last week.. H There are more new buildings being H erected in St. George now than there has H been before for fifteen or twenty years H - - - H . "Watermasters on the- Clara ditches are H making a move towards getting the same H in repair, for the purpose of irrigating H and putting in spring grain. H Trying to do business without adi- H vertising is like winking at a pret- H ty girl in the dark. You may know H what you are doing but nobody H else does.. . I :'.'.... toivi's wife. H t BT FKANGI8 B. HOWLAVD. H "My dear Tom," so the letter ran , ''I shall be jH with you to spend Christmas, and, if I find things H to...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 6 February 1892

r n j l when it is done, and yon would not be a compe tent Judge if you helped io do it. Jim and I can manage it perfectly, "m certain.'1 Day utter day the air of mystfry deepened in the caton household. The smell of paint increase Toms' curiosity, but be was forced torct content, for Carrie's bright fucc told him that the work was successful, and besides, she carried the key of the spare room in her p cket. "At last, oh, most august judge, the auspicious moment ha.-, arrived! Your opinion, free and junbiaued, is required!" said Carrie dramatically a she met her husband in the hall and helped him oft" with his ovtreoat. At the door of the room he paused in astonish ment. What 'airy had bean at work there? The floor, paiutodaprettv color, was ornarnonted by a border of green leav s, aud a graceful group 1 was painted in the center of the room; the large windows wore hung with cretonne shades, over which wore looped white scrim curtains, held in plft. e by bands of thecrctonnei antiqu...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 6 February 1892

1 &1: " ' ."" ':-41 ' 'v : " ,'."-. J.' " -i ' -sJ- v "" ,iN -- -' ' ' - ' -, H' ''.'''' ?- " ' ............ 1 i iii)iir-niUi.tiiiHitiW R r ','"' BM Jia! 3PJie Tribune of Janiia- l; !, , fry),3, igivesiis a new wordin telling I.- 'i ffal'otpi "JVlormons let loose" in ' ',',' ,;Ma3aoi "It is "Poly gamp." Please V. 5giye,usaprpf)er definition . I ;' '' :;i'fT;;;vi;dR.SALfc '.. " "V- .,- ,Tneentire "plant of tlae late St. I - '."VJi'l ,wGeorge,TJnidn, consisting of three I ':isP''j - ' Bres'svev,over 50 Fonts of Type, I ,: '?C ;f se stands; galleySj imposing I ' ":. 3stqnes, &c, &c, is 'for sale. Now ''' ?.,Sj't)ie time for some live Democrat I ' . ?SsOr Republican to invest and start I, ;, 'vajf first ; class; newspaper at St. - 0eprge. Will correspond with any ; f ; '. Qneunterested in the matter. Oaus;e. '.- .."'., .for wishing to sell,f ailing eyesight,, I 'r '' ,. , ; ' add other matters that need my" ,; ,.;. attention. $l Addressj-, ;,. ., . t 'V' ;-- , : ' J. W. Carp...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 13 June 1892

I UNION FOOTLIGHTS I tW'No.g. ST. GEORGE, UTAH, MONDAY,' JUNE 13, Vol-1 " H." . 4. ,i'.r . ' "ti H H ii i i i i ii n ma H K '.V The Play at the Social Hall this evening is entitled I H ,Y CliaraCters iix 3Proloue: i-'V, : H H . Jean Eenaud, "a Soldier inihe French Army," Ashby Siibw.' I Ut' ' Count d'Aubeterre, "commanding the King's Own Begiment," V 4 H B v John G. McQuarrie. I B Lazare, "a Camp Followed,' n Walter Kea'te. I B V X)erinis O'Eouke, "an Irish. Sergeant in King's service," Clarence Snow. 1 I B- ' The Corporal, " - ' Brigham Jarvis. B B -. The Seneschal of the Village of Montagne, i Charles Workman. , B I ;' Captain in the King's Own, . T . Arthurs-Miles. fl B v" Madeline Eenaud" Jean's, ;"ife," t'" . Mrs. Orpha Andips, i I B '..Adrienne Benau, (tiged-five, 'Jean's Daughter,' IVliss Nellie Adams.' , jfl Martha, " '"Ww . ". Miss Artie Snow. ' IB B Louise. Miss Isabelle Morris. 1 I B Anneite, ' .. Miss Mary Morris. IB , : ' f Soldiers, Villagers, &c. . jfl fl; Twelve ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 13 June 1892

UNION FOOTLIGHTS. I ' Published nt St. George, Utah, and distributed I throughout Washington County and at Theatres I attheSocial Hall. I Advertising ruto, ten lines of this type. $1 for I first insertion,' each subsequent insertion 0 cts. I Local Notices ten cents a iine. I Biiths and deaths published free. I LOOAIi. I Conference is over and all have I enjoyed themselves, having receiv- I eel much good instruction. I Have you tried the Bee-Hive ? I " The residence of Wm. DeFriez I is. being covered with a new-roof. I ' Read our new advertisements I some of them may interest you. I W.r O.. Bentley's barn will likely I - have a roof soon as the rafters are I being, put irrplace. I We have a good violin for sale. I Cost in. Salt Lake City, $30. 'Will I tske $20. Apply to J. W. Carpen- I ter, St. George. I Show us the man who thinks he I n3ver had a small beginning and I we will show you fche man who lets I his selfesteem get the better of his. I good j udgem en t. Bee-Ilivo TitniiHlry...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 13 June 1892

. A- "" jsSSL w S3 Sewin2c-IMTaclineTJTTTl MStflSlt-A ' nt once natablishlj U j It . SMff9 MMMy)'' rnde in Al1 p"8' byr fi P P Jmfl7j3 JmSW' l)iuc'nfr our mchinesJL 1 1 I 1 1 I Rf 3 l1il3HlL erJS. sian Fd8 whr.ro the people can ee Sm TvygitSiaBag --. them, we, will send free to ono raygiaESjyjgpr.ySp?pei Bon in each locality ,thr very t$iz0S2,'iZZrrK F c' "est fiowinrr-machine' made in ?w-i -ntr Mj j tlne world, with all the attachments. jFflFNkl cl 'e will aleo rend free n complete w-rWJlAlhio of our cosily ant vulunlile nrt S 'A3fljrl8ninpio';. In return wo pek'hit you &-'' 3&how whnt wc sond. to thuM" uto YACi m"tl"1''""''"'1 IjTi.tiic your own Jjyf v 'L EiPloP,,rty Th,,J frond machine is , p. jL$"1!,',' nfrr p Siiifr patents, Stf-i59&which nr rm' out : '"'f,iro paicn:. fgftS-p run out it sold for!g:9:j, with the S3!-LillB'tachmonts. and now sell for ' rt2r Ei JSf0- Best. strongest, moit iisc blfi fulmachinp in the world. All .to (T RlllUifrec. No capital required. Pl...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 13 June 1892

TALK IS CHEAP, H and tbo press teems with advertisements of larsAparillns, and other liver, blood and lung remedies, but there is one medicine, and only one, the claims for which, as a cure for all lingering diseases arising- from Torpid Liver or Biliousness, or from impure blood, are B r' backed up by a positive guarantee ! If H It don't do just as represented in every case, .-. the money paid for it is promptly refunded. r f'f This peculiar medicine sells beyond all ' & "" others throughout the civilized world. And T why should it not? "Talk is cheap," but ; when it's backed up by a positive guaran Mf . uee, by a house of long; established reputa M tion, for honesty, integrity and sound finan m cial standing-, then words mean business! And that's just what the World's Dispensary Med- ' ' ical Association, of Buffalo, N. Y., mean in guaranteeing their Dr. Pierce's Golden Med M leal Discovery. 1 Dr.- Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery m checks the f "ightful inroads of Scrofula 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. — 5 September 1895

$ . i UNION FOOTLIGHTS" I ...... - i ! . . . n i,. in . i i . i ... ... ..,.i . . iii . i i i , i -.. i i m iiia i !! i ) Vol. 2, ST. GEORGE, UTAH, THURSDAY, SEPT. '5, 1895. No. 1: 9 0 r t a Y o OUR SEPTEMBER SONG- "Rich the gifts September brings us, Flowers and fruit and ripened bheives, Ere tV early frosts come panting. Gold and crimson all the leaves. Cardinal flowers in meadow flaming, 1 a p tors white aui purple tinged, Golden-rod along the roadside, ; Gentian, closed or fairy fringed. :. flee the branches heavy ladeD I " f Downy pench and juicy pear, Grapes that hang in purple clusters, Red cheeked apples everywhere. Golden pumpkins in the cornfields Lie among the yellow sheaves, Light'Ind shade the fleecy cloudlet With the amber 6unehiue weaves. EvA J. Bkedz. ! ' Though it bear. the common names of "Chinese Sumach1' and 'Tree of Heaven," Ailan'hus gland ulosus is seldom called by any other name than "Ailanihus." For many years we have presented tho excellent qualities of thi...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 5 September 1895

l t ! . THE UNIOiV FOOTLIGHTS"1 jf Thursday, September 5, 1895. I, J5L.33. 13x.-l.&,ttL&l,tCX3L. We have issued this number of the Footlights in order to enlighten some of our' friends who have anticipated our putting forth a new paper, giving them our reasons for its non-appearance. We had looked for the return of our print ing material from Mr. Jakeman, ere this, on account of the non-compliance with " the terms of his note, which we held against him, but rather than go to Jaw, we decided to submit to arbitration, and as Mr. J. had got a paper started, the referees decided that he retain the use of our material until the 24th of November, fl895, consequently we cannot apppear .until after that date, unless circumstan ces transpire which Ave are not looking for. As to the size of our pew paper, we I have not conclusively decided, , but think : we shall issue a 5 column folio, putting. I the subscription price at $1.50 per an I. numn, cash, or its equivalent in other I pay. ...

Publication Title: Union, The
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