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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 5 September 1895

ft Si ' i V 1 V WWWIMWMWWWIWMBWMiaWWWMWMWPW W W WIO H 1 WW BPW WWW! " UNION FOOTLIGHTS. PRICE TWO CENTS PER COPY. JOS. W, CARPENTER, Editor & Proprietor. Published at Saint George, Utah, and distrib uted throughout Washington County and at the aters at the Social Hall. Advertising rateu: ten lines of this type,$l. first insertion, 60 cts. each subsequent insertion. Local iNodces ten .cents a line. Births and deaths published tree. TW lMWil I " ' ' . - . - , !! 1iiMMaM IIIMIB il I I p LlOGALl. Hey there, row, Mr. Jast. Bo not ''heave the log,1" To see how fast the waves danxo past; . But heave that blind I e doy, Henry Bigler, Ji, was. thrown from a horse, last Sunday afternoon, but the in juries were light. Sound Dried Beef hides wanted by Wm. Atkin, of this city, for which he will pay 7)4 cents per pound,t in cash, i $W Booth's store will give merchan dise in exchange for Court'ScKip, at 90 cents on the dolltiR. There is to be a theater, to-night, at Leeds,, under the auspieies...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 5 September 1895

II II i ' Hs 9 " ? II p T I' tmmmmmtmamammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmatm lumtmm 11 Maww f, ; -. .. - I nerve Jot fuel, and contain much'potnsh. The I I ' diflVrent'species of aun flowor Indigenous to the I I "United States number some 40, scattered from I i ocean to ocean and from New England to the I jK4ulf. For a plant generally counted unworthy, I 4.as it. is with us, it surely has many valuable uses. I . I J dim Sardlcy, I MANUFACTURER OF I cv Earthenware, Jars, Bowls, Milk Pans, I J Tea Pots, &c. I . The above class of work i s warranted to be the best in the Territory, and I Prices are low for Cash. HH ! Located on 2nd North St., east of I t&tm G-eorge, TXtiCfcla. H i ' , J ,ssS5g2 SO Scwin-MachinoTTjTttTn H ' SfL4f itVI'o n once establish!! IJ Ij It I tw3iwSlfl3iC,rac,e in n Part8 'ypnpp, H WroM3SjlrwS'P'ac'nl our tnachinesj, JLLJLJJJ B t IsSSaii'iSTfl J.SlTand C009 wherothe people enn see H iTliafi-RSggr them-yre "end rce t0 one- I SSSpltPSsSilrPcrson in each locality ,tbe v...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 14 September 1895

UNION FOOTLIGHTS.; I i ' ' -' I . w 'i 1 M " p. 2. ST, GEORGE, UTAH, SATURDAY,. SEPT. 14,1895. -N6 2. I ' 37o-nigM M ihs.Sssil Hall, . I v Will be presented: a Drama of the Rocky Mpuntains,: i ' I ,:' in 4 acts, entitled . V'J. 1 14 DOWN THE BLACK CANONv' I 1 or the Silent Witness. I ja : Cast of Oliaracters: - .Q . '1 s? John Andrews, a mining engineer, , , "Charles Higgiris. 1 It ' Henry Armour, a mine owner, ' . '. " , .Wm. A. Nelson. I f:' ; Hiram Spriggs, a Kocky Mountain poet,. , Arthur Adams; JJ ; ' Rufus Stone, a 8amwerf r Max Woodbury. I V" Thomas Dalton,a prospector, . ( . Joseph W. McAllister Jr. J I Frank Thome, Leader of the vigiiants, W. Gr. Miles Jr I Jim Hosier, , . '' w a at i I ;; ri Solomon Goldstein, 'f... Wm. A. JNelson... . I ' ' Jimmie, The suent wuneBs, . "?? il I-' Leo Pickett. -t ', I ,l Hugh Thompson, fomdbejury' A -t George Webb I Bill Stevens, a miner. V; ' ' 5 Louis Cannon. . ; v - I x Rath Armour, Daughter of 'prmour; Jos'ephine Price. 1 V ' Kate Armou...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 14 September 1895

I THE UNION FOOTLIGHTS, I Saturday, September 1, 1895. H Hypocrisy. Of all the low-down beings that exist H on this mundane sphere, the hypocrite H must surely be classed as low as any of H them, for he is a most contemptible being, H weaving his snares and "ctting his allure H ments to captivate and catch all within H his grasp, in such a way that there is H little or no use to try to get free from his H poisonous fangs, until you are so badly I stung that you are glad to get rid of him ! The hypocrite is always pretending to be H something that he is really not, always H lias a most smooth and enticing tongue, H and, unless you watch him, he is sure to H win his way into your affections to your utter destruction ! The good old book tells us "It must needs be that offenses come, but woe to H them by whom they come," and so it is with the hypocrite. A hypocrite may run along most smoothly for a short time, I but his end is sure to come, sooner or I later, then it is "woe to him" ind...

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 September 1895

UNION FOOTLIGHTS. PRICE TWO CENTS PER COPY. JOS. W. CARPENTER, Editor & Proprietor. Published at Saint George, Utah, and distrib uted throughout Washington County and at the aters at the Social Hall. Advertising rates: ten lines of this type, $1. first insertion, 50 cts. each subsequent insertion. Local Notices ten cents a line. BirthB and deaths published free. MP W ' ' --- ' iiwWMIi I.MW.T VrMLtt XlOCA.Xl. A moral is this, accept it on sight, "When playing the devil,bedev'lish polite. o The S. U. Star for Sept. 7 is much im proved. 0 Buy copies of the Footlights and send to your friends. 0 . The Almond crop this season has been unusually good. Conference begins to-morrow: a large attendance is desired. 0 v "Weather has moderated considerable within the last few weeks. 0 Priesthood meeting this afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at the Tabernacle. 0 Robert Michels keeps choice beef and mutton for sale on Monday, Thursday & Saturday. Give him a call. 0 Goldberg Mining Co,, located nea...

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 September 1895

s ..: il - ' Hon. Jacob II. Gallinger, and is a his H torical document that is verv interesting: m o H My taxes went up H My goods went down, H. So when I'm busted I'll leave the town. H Soda ten cents a package at Booth's store. He has also just received a large shipment of Gents Woolen Suits from Provo Mills. o We are informed that a Mr. Cobb, from California, has taken up a large tract of land in the Muddy Valley, and agents in Los Angeles are offering the same for sale. There will likely be 100 families from California to locate in that vicinity this H tall. The land is fertile and very pro- ductive and we may expect an enter H prising town there soon. o The Patentee of the Zenith Washing H Machine desires to procure some person or firm who will either purchase Terri- tory or manufacture on royalty the Zenith Washing Machines, a new and scientific device for washing clothes, bed- cling, fcc, but they must be thoroughly practical and energetic and able to drive the business by st...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 14 December 1895

f T H E l! NTORUrB Mf "ffMMMmgpr--'- - ' ' ' - . . ".'' - tbMbMbbI It'Hm "prom the little aoorn grows the MASSIVE OAK," , flHB nw wHMBBjTlfB r . cbbb B afrffc1NiBywgT' ' ' ' " ' ' ' '" '" """ '" "."'" ' --1 "" T B H v OL.Sf " St. George, Washington Go., Utah, Saturday. December 14 1895. No. 1. HH bbbb bbbbbbbbbbL bbB .r . ... . . . , . -. ii iMfcimfiii nil i M i i i i ! - . , , - --- -- -" -- " . i bbbbBbbbBI HERe NAZERENE'S REBUKE. , 'lll ' '1JgBrist our Lord, "I will go and see , . M .)i.;thc men. my brethren, believe in me. F ' Y Bypassed out aprain through the gate of birth. ; d made himself known to the childdren of earth. r With carpets of gold the ground they spread tx JBherevcr the Son of Man should tread, k 3Hnd in palace. chambers lofty and rare f IHKey lodged him and served him with kingly fare.. ir'f ' IB '' -:WLt still whenever his steps they led, if&lS'jBie Lord liyserrow bent down his head, ilsfcgBid from under the toundation-stones, ; PPPKe son of Mary heard bitt...

Publication Title: Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 14 December 1895

WHI in n i o n . Tublishod syery Saturday at 3H Gleorge, Washington Oo.3 Utah, Wm BY BBBnHllBl EDITOR & PROPKIETOK. BSh TBHmJ7. ADVANCE. JBBPlBf One copyoriR: vear, $1 50. IralpiPil Onecopv, bjx moatvfcJ, ,W) mgw&ljm One. copy, three months, .45. ffffiBTffi'Tf-'-'MfSWHM -inn &&$-sSd AddSsancoM Ijtlj THE UNION, ! IBgKB Box 512, ST. GEORGE, B9lBB Washington Co., UTAH. iBfli .Saturday, December 14, 1S95. HMtoHgSBSH ' (I 35&jHlHB3ilBaMBpBIIjk i" wBHKA'PrTT0,,g'- BfiSiKS number of The Union wI9 interesting enough to MMpBBHi patronage. Our sheet HiHtut we believe the old KHHpf?VPrOm the small acorn MrtJwjjBKwBWBgareBff IBBttBBBIBWiiMBMBtt WSMNBaBsMfr fffaBBrt jHmBBMBImmIBBBHBUWB WBr '&mmaMmSmwW IhR .jje'rresporidence from K, jflHBHVlJNioM liter esting. HHt frlWBBBfeni will be to give all the Mb jfflMKappenings that wecan learn B of, encourage capitalists to invest jH in establishing new enterprises in UK . our midst, lihat home production flflfe. may be promoted, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 14 December 1895

ch. Mmm tjHk BareMiXiTi,mai3e,MK. iiBSsssiBSr ' ' '" ' ' " ' jHKday, December 14, 1895. flfl (Hbu croaker, burry him deep, jH f l)iautbul hole, in the utotmd; !v r stualp soma poor lunn's sheep, HPjfchbjgpes straddling aruuud. Hflte co good lo the city, to p".uh, flpmctical, atiiifjy and dead; flwants everybody lo tiolp with n rush, fli his pockelB are full, bo Baid. Qiiguo is slick and talks eo nice, flh'd tlilnk him really a saint; Htf you'ro tsharp, you'll en tcli ia n t:lc, mtuu strictly uonesi, no aim. HBeat sowing is now finished at Bloom -Hw, Utali. HKara pleased to eee Robert 0. Lucd Bn our street sa gain, after his severe BBs. HHjt week a lire started in the. cotton at Kington Factory', but we have not HBBed the particulars. Bh. H. Thompson called at our office Brrlay to see how we. were getting jH, and was surprised to find that we Mpnearly ready to go press. Call again. JHnir advertising pages tell our jHers who the live business men Hin this city and elsewhere. Be H and ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 14 December 1895

UHf WJ ' gBsaiPSUWlWw,llli,P,JII"WW mmnLiwiwimii i fiBf Pymm House yjJUJg St, George, Utah. HB iMMs Readnabl, IB Good siubling. NO PYMM, PROP. H ALSO -DE ALER IN Hp -JEWELRY, r . : H ; rSTATIONEBT, R- &IGARS, ITy , '.,. grocebies, etc RHk Hi wto H jjMD Staire Llne- M ) ,. "v 2 WILL CARRY -WHSSm -Fast Freight, Express and Passen BUHw gers with Dispatch. BlBiB Rates Low Terms Reasonable H . HoKhs mason TERMS and'lRATES HL As Good as Any Workman in St. Gorge. Hr All Kinds of Mason Work H Neatly Executed. HK JttBrick Laying a Specialty. B Satisfaction Guaranteed in a BH Lines , , m JOHN EARDLEY, H MANUFACTURER OF nB "Earthenware, Jars, Bowls, Milk Pans, H: Tea Pots, &c. Hi ' nj The above class of -work is -warranted to H""" V-'-8'1116 D08t n tue Territory, ana? HH Prices are low for Cash. H Located on Sad North St., cast of SALT LAKE CITY FOUNDRY AND B MANUFACTURERS OF HB Eab-mes, Boilers, Mining, Milling and HkMHBx Hoisting Machinery. MMfjTO jo order. MBMftiK!Bjifflff Machine 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. — 21 December 1895

," - ,. . if ' :'hS jdl i jHr bbbbbbb jBHBBiflBBF jbmbbbi TBBbmbe V- flHB I 10 HE UNION. I ASK' "IT H--r"BBBBl ABE -tB-bb BfBlBX flBBfBBfsi W-" ' ' , . . . i . . i . i . . ' ifcj.1 i i . ., i . i . . ,i . . i ...I. . . flfflfflfflfl iMMMMEji..! - i. i i ..,, .. JjM .... .M-J. . . . . , r -,r , ,,,,-, , , ,. ,- .f- , , n t-,r-iBiiiiiii i n i i . i ...i .... i I, ,n . in i n in i i mi ii . i i .i i - i n . n - - li il.i BBBBBBB1 BBBBB" BBBBBBBl ., , "PROMTHE LITTLE ACORN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK," B e , . ' " " "' ' '"' - ' ' ' ' ' '" 'gt., ,",:!' ',,'., '. .',', ' , ::::? H BVol. 9. St. George, "Washington Go., Utah, Saturday, December 21", 1895. ' No. 2. M BB-y ' .,.,. r.- ..i , B ' POETRY. BB BRUCE AND THE SPIDER. BE K Fos Scotland and for freedom's right V The Bruce hia part has played, Bf In five successive fields offigfht Bf Been conquered ard dismayed; Bf" Once more against the English host B $Hi band he led, and once more lost K- The meed for which he fougrht; Bf- And now from ba...

Publication Title: Union, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 21 December 1895

flB 'tfMuiiMitfiiiwiij'jMinKili'iiiiif mMJuiHawiui-r imih i iuiV hmmmm ma I THE UNION. H "' Published every Saturday at Bir SI : eorge, Washington 'Go.. SJtah, H 3roiBv "VST. Oai-posxter, H editor & proprietor. H ttERAftJ-.-Xtf ADVANCE. B One copy-, one year, $1 50 B One copy, six months, .80 B One -copy, three mpiubs, .15! BH' &3TLacal notices in reading lype, ten cents a line, each insnvlion. B""" flQTNotlcts of articles lost or fomel, h consisting of flvi Jin v. of lew, will bo in H serted for our subscribers, free of chir&e. H JBaTRato of othei adv?rtU-iug furnished Wm on application B Address all commnofcatious to THE UNION, 'Bex 512, ST. GEORGE, Washington To., UTAH. B" Saturday, December 21, 1805. IH ygf wwiw mi iii.ui iiw .tajtaii mnm inirt i hmm iiiisnyBBwrMHaiijroKjire;y;w HlT Themessage o President Oleve BF land on the "Venezuelan boundary HH question forcibly enunciates the SB doctrine so emphatically laid down Hi bv President Monroe, of "America Imericans," ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 21 December 1895

JHjfx x H Hmmencing a tunnel, in order to Hin into the main ledge. Parties Hisiring to see specimens from vBiese mines can see them at "Walter jHfc. Dodges, in this city :HS jfrank Burgess returned from the :fl ley gold fields, abovo Silver Beef, SliEp as we are going to press and re H bafts the prospects in that vicinity 'flrcry discouraging. There is gold JMfelere but it has not yet been found Hy- quantities that will pay to work it. 11 3?'XX3E5 TTDNTXOIKr- Saturday, December 21, 1895. M IiOOAIj. H There is six inches of snow in H e Bull Valley region and der H anting remarkable good. H ml H, Burgess, from Pine Valley, Utah, .H filed at our office this week and reports H fe health of the people good in that jH lace. HpReuDen Gardner, of Pine Valley, HTJtah,"has been on a mission to Europe, returned home on the 8th inst., and we Blare pleased to learn that his health is im Bvproving. jKfr Mrs. George Burgess, who was thrown Btout oi a buggy sometime ago, and had lather ankle broken...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 21 December 1895

I Pymm House B St. George, Utah. - i Ps jno pymm pRop- Hfj llE VVSO dealer in BiilBB JEWELBY, I iHRB STATIONEBY, Bj CIGABS, Bi ,. GBOCEBIES, ETC H WILL CARRY B JT&st Freight, Express and Papeen- HB gers with Dispatch. BMtes Low Terms Reasonable- Hh " A. B. Wateks, Prop. SiL vISil& NllA itnrfrmmwK' m TTTr B W I li & J B 1 a K ' TERMS and RATES Kr As Good as Any Workman in St Gorge. H m AU Kinds of Mason Work Hl Neatly Executed- B& tttBrick Laying a Specialty. 8R, Towns, of the County. HBB t Post Olfice Address, St. George. ByHN EAROLEY, ; HBBf r SmS manufacturer of , HKS.fejBBf hen ware, , Jars, Bowls, Miik Pans, M Tea Pots, &c. H The above olass vowork is warranted to HHL be the betAthe Territory, and B i -- Prices are low for Gash. (V r-Loo .ted on 2nd North St., cast of B SALT LAKE CITY FOlPltY AM WK IMCarxiia.Srot-oLarJ.ia.s Oo-, M& MANUFACTURERS OF IE Engines, Boilers, Mining, Milling 'and BBL Hoistrg Machinery, jHgPByror. and Brass castings made to order...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 28 December 1895

3 . IIUIIPllUH SI 'lffln 1 H K bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH 1 IT JJj U IV i vJ 1 '" I m "FROM THE LTTTLE AOORN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." ? ' H HbbbWS "' ' " "" i ' . i i , crrr mm i H Vol. 9. St. George, "Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, December 28, 1895. No. 3. H Bitty i BftWoridly Prospects of Young Men. IPl, When young men arrive at an age HSpvhieh makes it almost imperative that jjwlhey should seek some mode of support sHRng themselves, they are too apt to rely Mmpore on the influence of their relatives aHRnd friends than upon their own exer ijHtions. Many become discouraged at jRhe slightest rebuff1, and foolishly yield Bto despondency, when their next effort SKmight meet with the most unexpected HpucceBP. Some bitterly complain of the TOchances of prosperity without capital, Hrnd consider it would be useless to make gny exertions without that assistance, jHffltyhile others are so choice and fastidious Huh their taste, that it is almost impossible jllpp please them? These views of life and ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 28 December 1895

Hr'r I THE UNION. H; Published every Saturday at Hj St., George, Washington-do., Utah, H R EpITOR & PROPRIETOR. ' R TERMS Htf .ADVANCE. By )ne copy, one year, ?1,60. - One copy, six months. .80. k 'One copy, three months, .45. H ggy-Local notices In reading type, ten ; 4 -cema a line, each insertion. fm-i ,B2TNotices of articles lost or found, : Hf contesting of five lines or less, will i?e In- D aerted for our subscribers, free of charge, I iSTRates of other advertising furnished H oa application. B Address all commnnfcationa to H . THE UNIOff, B Box 512, ST. GEORGE, Washington Co., UTAH. Saturday, December 28, 1895. H ' ,i.i,i in mgmw I Aocording to the latest dispatches H ! from Washington, President Cleve Hj land will issue the proclamation Hj declaring Utah a sovereign state I on the 4th day of January next, the Hj first state legislature will convene H the Monday following or the 6th; H if our memory serves us right six H applications for statehood have H Tseen denied and ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 28 December 1895

I Saturday, December 28, 1895. I ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. The mail from the north arrives every day except K Tuesday. 0 The mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives K every Tuesday aud Saturday and leaves on Mon- I day and Friday. H The office is open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every K day except Snndays and holidays when it is open K from 4 to 5 p. m. H, Money order and Registry department open from K 8 a. m, to 5 p. m. JOHN. PYMM, Postmaster. ft IjOOAL. M With muoh disgust she tnrnerl from hin En Whom she had sworn to honor, K Because he'd give no cash, to trim B The new hat she had on her. m Subscribe for the Union, only $1.50 a' Mb year. m Wanted at this office, two six-light Wfc wish, either with or without glass, size of IS glass, 8x10 inches. m Eichard Morris is the leading m -clothier of this city and he spares Ws no pains to please his customers. Eh' M Master Joseph Woodbury fell K off a horse to-day, yet was not hurt, B but amused himself in filling his H mouth with mother ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 28 December 1895

& H HI Pymm House Bi, St, George, Utah. ft B' Mtah Beaaonabla, 1 Good stabling. I: , JNOPYMM, PROP. W ALSO DEALER IN ?' Mf JEWELKY, V' j! , STATIONEBY, H ' CIGABS, GBOOEBIES, ETCf ' , , Hi! J)lxle gtatre Iie. Hi WILL CARRY Hi H JTat Freight, Express and Passen- Hl gers with Dispatch. Hi Rafts v Low Terms Reasonable- HI A & Watees, Prop. H r$$ ' M...J:..M! MASON j ' TERMS and RATES K ' ' As Good as Any Workman in St. Gorge. BS All Kinds of Mason Work HJ Neatly Executed. H' t JtBrick Laying a Specialty. Mi Hi H Satisfaction Guaranteed in all B Lines m' tttContracts Taken in any of the Jmm Towns of the County. Bj Post Office Address, St . George . B JOHN EARDLEY, H MANUFACTURER OF B Earthenware, Jars, Bowls, Milk Pans, Hj Tea Pots, &c, k The above olass of work is 'warranted to H be the best in the Territory, and HR Prices aro low for Gash. B Located on Sad North St., east of B JBSt. Groorge, T7-t&3bu. B B a ' I SALT LAKE CITY TOBNDBY AND H MANUFACTURERS OF H: Engines, ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 4 January 1896

Hmflz copy. I i THE UNION. Wt y . tl WJ "FKOM THE JJTTLE.AOQRN PROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." I llllL-9- St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, January 4, 1896. No. 4 I ) jW33LO SftDC 'of TJ-tilOLm I 9K Air: Marching to Georgia. mKgS .iSHph's Star is risincr and blazinr in the W IMHBe loveliest Star adorning oar Nation's nc ipHJH?rflbt, cpvBry and its splendcour, will soon outshine flffip Of all the Stars in the Union. TnBorus vSDBrIurrahl hurrah ! this Day we'll celebrate, (BHHwrr.ihl hurrah 1 for L'tatkis a State jTOg glorious Star is Shiningcd will illumir H The Grand old Flag of the Unl 7tf Waited long t see it emerging From W0m West. 3)SScon bright eclipsing the Glory of the i Hilar the Fire of Freedom, and pointing- to BR nest. b Wmmpd home of America's Eagle. '"'jSBink You brother Grovor, an 1 Warmly gr "'imHr your hand, tb$Spur welcome Proclamation to us in Di lWtmt, J-and, if l.VfeiKsurc you'll ne'ar regret it for taking sue ElffilP Thanks many thanks, Brother Clevelan V jMwu...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 4 January 1896

HBr H" THE UNIOM. H Published every Saturday at HB St. George, "Washington Co., Utah, I; 2Tomv "w' Oarpoaxtor, H EDITOIi & PKOPiaEIOE. B,; ,TERM3 IN ADVANCE. H'' One copy, one year, $1.50. H Cue copy, six monthfl, .80. t One copy, three mouths, .45. BB t3TLocfll notices in reading type, ten H 'jentd a line, each insertion. Hj! tfQpNotices of articles loafc or 'found, W' 'coubisting of flvu lines or les-, will be in- Bjj; verted lor our subscribers, Iree of charge. B 1 (BSfRateH of other advettising furnished Hil" On application. Hjl' Address all commnafcations to H THE UNION, Kj Mox 512,. ST. GEORGE, K Washington Co., UTAH. K 1. . H' Saturday, January 4, 1896. Hk j ' H ' W desire our readers to under- H ' gtand that the Union will be indo- H; pendent in politics, and will fight H.j for that which we consider for the Hi; best good for onr people at large. ! , - Hi ;The Herald says "If the Presi- HP, dent and Congress cannot agree on Hj the form of a revenue bill why not HI try ar...

Publication Title: Union, The
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