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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 4 January 1896

B fi B Saturday, January 4, 1896. tt ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. 1 BThe mail from the north arrives every day except Kruesday. BKThe mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives " every Tuesday aud Saturday and leaves on Mon- fjky and Friday. J BKThe office is onon from 7 a m. to 7, p.in. every -i WMy except Sundays and holidays when it is open -j Sbm 4 to 5 p, m. I Money order and Registry department open from ? 9k. m, to 5 p. m. Mjk JOHN PYMM, Postmaster. y BBS" ' --- , v . tfjnx Bin the Semi-Weekly Deserot Blews of December 81st; 1895, I J m-w an article signed L. . H. en- fWl "Wlrn will n.mTinnk?" IM.UJ.UlL IT IJv lYiii uvJiii wwuw i H Now, Mr. Editor, we poor Dixey- iSes know bo little o this world l&d its surroundings, never give a Iflginter, and are generally very slow III -take one, but still I will give you Jaffew facts. KToday I visited Samuel B. Har- Ww at his residence and found him fc)nd his amiable wife sitting com- JfSrtably at their fireside . I said, iSWhen were you ...

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

Eflf' Hi s JWrWANTBB. -Two or three Hi' ; load of 'Wood, at this office, on HH subscription and advertising. Also HH those owing us wood will oblige HH, ' y Ringing it along. HH 'm The Rev. G. M. Hardy, priuoi- HH ; padt) the Presbyterian Chapel nnd HH'11 School, in this city, was not be- HH'il kind any of hits neighbors in pro- BBB; "! Yi'ding a good time tor his scholars HBl1 , having 'a fine Christinas tree load- HH'l ?d with presents, the evening be- HDJ! tmg celebrated with ringing, reci- HHvf jk) Nations, music &c Hi Cf ft j Thewlfeof BdwrdOb?Mim pTosent- SHl 1 J ( him with a tine eon, on tJhre evening of HH i V the 31st nit. Mother, child and father IHS'l!1 re 'happy trio. HH I' Many merchants are well aware Hj I that their customers are their best H I friends stad take pleasure in np- K ;, plying them with the best goods jB ;; obtainable. As aaa instance we H j mention Perry & Cameron, prom- H ! iinent druggists of Flushing, Micli- Hjj, gan They say: We have no HK 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. — 11 January 1896

fl$p ! 3 THE UNION. R ! fr -in -- i - .H ..,,--,-.- .. i. i ..i.n i . -,-,. i. .. ..., ,.,.. i m..i,.i , . J '''J - I. , , ! , , ,. , ,-' H I "FROM THE LITT1B AOORN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." ' I SB- 9- St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, January 11, 1896. No. 5. I SeosHE IB 1 Hf )IPB kpt b eb i IIb9umHhy r - R hP ! dPSB AKif liiuuu ifeurraH S fiJlifflPfc -'- i Efiid Celebration in St, George! NH ' MfThe citizens of St. George cele- Eted the 61b. of January 1896, in fSjIrery cieditable manner. The ujfly morn was ushered in by the JBpind of cannon and soon, smaller IEearms joined in the racket. The Bpbernacle and Presbyterian bells flSwe rang both long and loud. iHRThe Bands of music rendered ex KSllent service and everybody or,Sfemed pleased and happy. At 11 jffifm. meeting was called to order Bmthe Tabernacle by our new May- Jpr, Edward M. Brown. Ringing ythe Tabernacle Choir. Prayei IjHfe" the Chaplain. James G. Bleak, 'BJipho, in his inmost soul took in the djjjltuation 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. — 11 January 1896

WeKmSt ' hi 1 f 'iilil'UMIMHWW WBWMr I'llKBI 1111 im lUUMJiX4.j I THE UHlU. B Published every Saturday at B Si George, Washington Co., Utah, Hr by Hj EDITOR lc PKOPKIETOE. B Pne C0Py one yeur $L60. i One copy, olx months, '?80, B ' Ono cPyt (Shreo months, .45. M " l ftLoual hol(ic'8, In reading type, ten HI , conin fre, eac'frinse'rtioa. I I K3TNotAcMtt Articles loafi or found, h, eonfristmg of five )inea or le&i, will be jn- W1 carted tojr our subscribers, free of charge B ' KT'Hatcfl of other advertiBihtf furnished ,;, on implication. ! Address nil commnofcations to i , ' THE UNICW, j' Box 512,' ST. GEORGE, 1 Washington Co., UTAH. i, """ " " "" fBiij Saturday, January 11, 189. W! We have heard not a little com- ! I ment in regard to the admission of j Utah to Statehood and of a some- jj what adverse nature, to the effect H , that as heretofore the expenses of J the Territory have been paid to a ; ! great extent bv the Goverummit. j; these burdens will, under state- 'j hood, be...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 11 January 1896

Hp tXa3EC3E3 TTIrXOIKr. B Saturday, January 11, 1896. IB, ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. B The mail from the north arrives every dsiy exeep fflKTucsday. fB The mail from Pine Valley and the South arrive: HH(cvery Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon Hnday and Friday. gOH? The office is ow'n from 7 a m. to 7 p.,n. ever; 9JMiday except Sundays and holidays when it is opei HUB from 4 to 5 p. m. jgK Money order and Registry department open fron 8 a. in. to 5 p. in. K JOHN PYMM, Postmaster. B glf BY m CJ-axiro for jE6ojR.23Lc5Lf-i.3L tlBMTako of the toad the bruin and ear-wax bring JM-The spider's fang, the adder's poisoi WO sting; y$Sfk lizard's eye-balls, tarantula's tongue sWferhe chore's eggs, the fire-lly'a maggo H young; MP newt the iris, armadillo's gall ; lHpockchafcr'8 grub, and scorpion, stint IllP and all; isifKfiwo buzzard's beaks, lirst hardened i: QJfflKl the lire; - KRo"1' fjnnished serpents just ready to ex llfftp pi re: GMpjiving asp, which sure the fang in intvSMF eludes; Jf...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 11 January 1896

Hf The Union. BflRMHBi ., i j. aruL ' HHHw' LiOOA-Tj. HpIH' There's something now just spoils our KBl f,,n i mWmW And nkes life's journey rough ; j HfekJK Tno flend nlrendy line beun ' HPw To ask, "Is 't cold enough V" HBlBB ' tSTVITe respectfully request that coi- BKSfflf' triliu tors will hand in the general reud- HBWB-. ing mutter thiit they desire to appear in Bjly the ensuing issue, not later than Wed- PiffW y, nesd.iy morning, und local items not later m than Friday evening, of each week. Ht giWAftTED. Two or tliree Mpfflr Joacla of wood, at this office, on Bffejf'; , subscriptions and advertising. Also BppB those owing us wood will oblige HHw by bringing it along. Hj u ' ' We learn that Joseph T. Atkin 9RH!" of this city, has been appointed GgH door-keeper at the Hous of Bep- Bglj reseniatives at Salt Lake Oity. Kjjg Not a few who read what Mr. BflRf Robert Eowls, of Hollands,, Va., HHpjf has to say below, will remember HISHjJv N their own experience under like DHp" circumsta...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 18 January 1896

I THE UNION. KSfflr .i ' , . i i" i -. ' .i i . , .. i . , ... 1 1, , i , .. , , , ,,,.. ,.... 1. 1, i i H fSfZimm I, . ' l i ! I l HI illlMUli IW l l MM. Hi H Mw !3?ijsqm:thjb little acorn grows this massive oakv. - 5- ' -.. H flMMg WM'MMM"''W'IIM ' TTTTSJr . ., -- . i. .,-,,.,..,.. .. .,.., , ,. .--""." '. ." ' ' L-." ." "I'.V-'J-L'ir'g.fy r" gpy H HgftOL. 9. . St. George, "Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, January 1 8, 1896. No. 6. jUgg? ' - " , ,',,.; nil. unr ' ; " H JjjPresident A. W. Ivins arrived at ffi! George at 6: 30 o'clock, a. m., ISS'the 15th inst. and it was an SSdnced that tho mm Funeral Services SSShis beloved mother would con SSne at 1 o'clock p. in., at which Rffiie the Tabernacle was well filled. ISRWhile the corpse was being con JRjyed to the stand prepared for it, )eautiful selection was played on lifflfe Grand Organ. fJMteishop Thomas P. Cotam called WRh meeting to order at 1:30 and lHe Choir sang the hymn on page mml4: "Earthly happiness is fleet- eHKry " JjBpr...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 18 January 1896

Wmwr K ! I THE ONION. Bff. Published every Saturday at R gt George, Washington Co., Utah, B BY IB EDITOR A PKOPlUKrOIt. H TERMS Itf ADVANCE. One copy, one year, $1 60. M One copy, Hix months, w i One copy, three months, . K tSTMiOcal notices in reading type, ten B'C cutn a line, each insertion; fli jKyNotices of artlclei lost or found, ? eon&iatlnK of flvo MneH or leaf-, will be in- WM -fiftrted lor our subscribers, i reo of cbarKo. S : SQTKHton of other adveitlfeiag f urnis.iod H'" on application. K: fWo respectfully request that oon- f- tributors will hand in the general readT mV ing matter that they desire to appear in f the eiiBtiing issue, not later thnu Wed- f nosday morning, and local item not later H than Friday evening, of each week. 4 K Address all commnnf cations to I THE UNION, Box 012, ST. GEORGE, ; ' WaBhlogton Co., UTAF. Mi ----- Saturday, January 18, 180tt. Hj! Utah is now a state with aH its K ; glorious soverignty and is provided H. "with entirely new running-g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 18 January 1896

I g MlM;BWBaBBBiiii'i'WMWMwii1rMj3PcJeriirii'iiiiiiiuMuiiigji I "3C3EX32S XJ3KTX03KT. I Saturday, January 18, 1896. I' ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. The mail from the north arrives every day except. T Themfdl from Pine Valley and the South arrives every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon KUv and Friday. The office is open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every day except Sundays and holidays when it is open from 4 to 5 P'm Money order and Registry department open from S a. m, to 5 p. m. JOHN rYMRl, roslmastcr. f i i I ii a Ijf the world seems cool to you, Kindle iires to wjirni it! Lot their comfort hide from you Winters that deform it. Harts us frozen as your own To that radiance gather; You will soon forget to moan, B "Ah! the cheerless weather!" if the world's a "vale of tears," Smile till rainbows span it; Breathes the love that life endears Clear from clouUs to fan it. Of your gladness lend a gleam Unto soul's that shiver; Shows them how dark sorrow's stream Blends with hope's bright rive...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 18 January 1896

E JSm HffiSW ,, liimimiiiwiwihi""I' "" gnijignT" H ths Union. . H XjOOAXj. Hf Fifteen cents per dozen paid for B eggs at Booths Store. H It is with regret that we ckroni- H ole the death of Sidney Pearce, of B Washington, Utah, who passed B away yesterday, Jan, 17, at 11 a. m. V after a short illness. He was H about 24 years af age and leaves a H. wife, one child, parents relatines H and many friends to mourn his H' untimely end. H. Not a few who read what Mr. Hi Bobert Bowls, of I-Iollands, Va., H1' has to say below, will remember H, their own experience under like V circumstances: "Last winter I Vj had la grippe which left me in a H low state of health. I tried nuin- H' rous remedies, none of which did B'j me any good, until I was induced R to try a bottle of Chamberlain's, K Cough Bemedy. The first bottle B. of it so far relieved me that I was Bb enabled to attend to my work, and K the sacond bottle effected a cure." For sale at 25 and 50 conts per mi battle by J. B. Michels, 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. — 25 January 1896

THE UNION. I I "FROM THE LITTLE AOQRN gTows THE MASSIVE OAK." H I YL-9" Si George' Washington Co.,-Utah, Saturday, January 25, 1896. No. 7 H Sunday Schools- H . ,,- , S George, Jany. I9, 1896 H Apostle I-Ieber Grant, a member of the Sunday School Union Board, being present in our city K SHperinteradent Richard morris invited the : und.. H Schools of the four Wards of St. George to meet H conjointly in the Tabernacle, to hear such instsuo Hj tions as Apostle Grant might see fit to give. M. Meeting was callad to order by A. W. Ivins, mm president ofthe Mexican mission. H After Binding the sacra ment was administered H Supt, Morris said as the Bishops of the four H wards were present he would ask them to speak to mt us a few minutes, each. B Bishop Thomas Judd, of the First Ward, K Said he waB pleased to meet with the children H and spoke of the blessed priyilejjes that onr child- ren enjoy where they can be taught the principles WW of the gospel, and prayed that God would eontinue WM ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 25 January 1896

I THE UNION. Published every Saturday at B St.-George, Washington Co., Utah, MW BY K EDITOR & PBOPIUETOB.' H TBEMS--IN ADVANCE. I One copy ono year. $1.6J ' 2f One c6py, six months, .w. J ml One copy, threo months, 4o. fiSTXiOcal notices in readin& type, ten ! cents a line, each Insertion. ' I iQpNotices of articles lost or found, j eonwisting of Ato lines or less, will be in- , I, iortcd for our subscribers, free of charge. , ! isrnatoe of other advertising furnished : bn application. K Q"Wo respectfully request that con- Kf tributors will hand in the general read- j K inff matter that they desire to appear in S$ the eiiBuing iflBue, not later than Wed- fnesday morning, and local items not later than Friday evening, of each week. I Address all communications to J THE UNION, Hi Box 512, ST. GEORGE, K! Washington Co., UTAH, j LHbI . HI I I ' ' ' 1 Saturday, January 25, 18DB. 1 R The latest news from the north M i is to the effect that on the 20th inst. m articles of Incorpora...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 25 January 1896

I Dcaarsg "cnsarxoiKr,, I Satubday, Januaby 25, 1896. I ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. B The mail from the north arrives every day except' Tuesday. The mail from Pine Valley and the louth arrives every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon- "day and Friday. H The office is open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every day except Sundays and holidays when it is open from 4 to 5 n. m. Money order and Registry department open from 8 a. m, to 5 p. m. JOHN PYMM, Postmaster. SB I'M""' n H mm iniiiiiini 1 iiiii iiriiriiTi7iiiiTfr.ii I What will the New Year Bring, H BY FRANK B. WELCH, B The old year fades into the past, B With all its Joys and sorrows, B "With all its barren yesterdays B And all its bright to-morrows; B gome hearts regret its hasty flight, B Some gladly speed the parting B Which banishes the sad old year, B So Joyous at its starting. B We bid the dying year good-by B And turn, with hopes reviving, B To greet the New Year coming in B With promises enlivening, B And as we lay aside the past ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 25 January 1896

SB' The Union. F lBj ii W IiOOAIj. H Luoorn seed for sale at $4.50 per 100 H u pounds, nt Booth's store. r Brother Pendleton, whoso home H, it up the Clara, is stopping at the H' Pymm hous, and has his team at B Wm, Lang's, went to look after his Hi team and found thecusliion of his Buckboard missing. f Wk Not a few who read what Mr. Hi Bobert Kowls, of Hollands, Va., H, has to say below, will remember ?. their own experience under like H circumstances: "Last winter I HD had la grippe which left me in a low state of health. I tried num- Hr erous remedies, none of which did H me any good, until I was induced H to try a bottle of Chamberlain's HI Cough Remedy. The first bottle HI of it so far relieved me that I was Hi enabled to attend to my work, and K lhe sacond bottle effected a cure." Hi Por sale at 25 and 50 cents per H I bottle by J". R. Michels, St. George. HI fO Tschonz, who is generally Hi known as Christy, the man of all H jobs around the St. George Temple B who also has a h...

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 1896

I THE UNION. I j ' l I "FKOM THE JLITTJLE ACORN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." "T !v H I YoL 9- St, George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, February 1, 1896. No. 8. t.l H XiOOAXi. B Lucern seed for sale at $4.50 per 100 H pounds, at Booth's store. B Fredericd Ye vers, all he way B from arizona, played a game on B one of our town merchants on the B 28th ult, but Mr. Yevers came out B of the little end of the horn. Mr. B Yevers called at Booth's store, got B a pair of shoes and a pair of socks, B promising to call soon and pay for B the same, but on his falling to ap- B pear, Mr. Booth swore out a war- B rant for his arrest, and marshals B Worthen and Crosby started in B pursuit, finding the gentleman and B his lady in the Santa Clara. One B of the marshals bantered Mr. Ye- B vers for a horse trade, but without B avail and consequently they passed B on, but returned soon afte and B ordered him to throw up his hands. B He threw up his right hand, put- B ing his left hand behind him for a B pi...

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 1896

BBBl BgWBriM,w4WjjMiiliwWlMMBM "' jl THE UNION. HB Published every Saturday at A i George, Washington Co., Utah, WKm BY Hf editor & ntoritiEi.oit. EH TBRMB IN ADVANCE. K i One copy, ono vear, $1 JJJ 1' One copv, six months, .bi Hi 0e copy, three months, .45. B i , &TLocn notices In reading type, ten B ' bnt a line, each insertion. B'- tef,NoikH of ftTtl-lB loHf, or found, conBifltiug flvi Mnert or les.-, will bf in-. MB' Verted lor cur suhHCfinora, Jreo of coarse. Bt' tarilato' of oibei udvortiBin? furnished m- o application. Wtt' BSTWo respectfully request that eon- H tributors will hand' In the general read- ing matter that they desire to appear in H', ' the ensuing Ihsug, not later than Woil- H' Hcsdny morning, and local items not later HB t than Friday evening, of oauli week. Hi ' Address all coramnnfcatlons to B THE UNION, H1 ' ox 012, ST. GEORGE, H( ' Washington Co., UTAH. V; ;j Saturday, February 1, 1896. m II B' 'il mafmna$wmmmmmmmmmiiatinnnmriammwmBMtMdu.immmiimiltt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 1 February 1896

H; 3?:h::e3 ttdxttohnt. B Saturday, Febkuaby 1, 18Q6. B ST. GEORGE P08T OFFICE. B The mail from the north arrives every day except B The mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives Hcvcry Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon- day and Friday. T The office is open from 7 a. m. to j p. m. every Bdny except Sundays and holidays when it is open Kfrom 4 to $ n. m. H Money order and Registry department open from Br 1 m. to ? p. m. b a. m, d v JOHN PYMM, Postmaster. V . ' I ! MwwmmjaCTi B Sunday , Jany. '26, 1896. B Meeting was called to order and Bthe Choir sang the hymn on page 219, "Behold the mountain of the Lord." B Prayer by George Woodward. B Singing on page 259, "Guide us Bli thou great Jehovah." B The Priesthood of the 3rd ward B administered the sacrament, dur- Ming which time the choir sang a Bsecramental hymn. B John L. Smith said it is with a B great deal of pleasure that I meet H with the Saints. I was baptized B"1 1836, was ordained an Elder B when 16 years of age, and have...

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 1896

pp" B ' . The Union. H Concluded from second pug. H , that drove Undo Ham's Mail and B poney express over the plains hi H the early days, when it was quite M as noceBsary to keep a good watch B as it was to pray. j Israel Ivins, over 80, who survey H od the plot for the City of St. Geo--H': rge, although his. eyes are blind Ht' he can still see the truth of the H, gospel. , Our old early watchmakor in Salt Lake City, Charts Smith, M r about 77, is well preserved. Many H( complaints have been lodged H ' against him because he was unable B ( to regulate the sun to keep time f with their old worn-out watches. Hi ' Bichard Bently, who worked in H ' the Historians office many years. Hjfb Aaron Nelson, born 182'd. Done H good missionary work in England f & 'the fifties. ' Hj Til omas Cotfcom, born 2820, join HP ed the church in 1S&1, Hf'j Georgo W. G. Averett,. born Hf .2524, been with the church since i ML , r i IPatriarclfJ olm L. Smith,NbrofcherS W toPrest. George A. ftmitly jo...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 8 February 1896

H IS I V THE UNION, ! H! r ' ' ;-' , . r J H M . S:. ... "FHOM THE X.ITT1.K ACORN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." UM I Vo1" 9: Si Geoi'ge. Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, February 8, 1896. No. 9, fe' I .B i in mi miiiiiiiinnMiaiiiiiiM mi ' . . if M H IiQCAIi. A Cobeection. The resolution fl of respect, pear the close of the ar B tide giving an account of the cele B oration of sister Zina I). H fl Young's' birthday, was tendered to H Anna L. Ivins, whose name, sorne B how, was inadvertently omited, in fl our last. Our people are growing more and fl more in the habit of looking to J B. fl Michels for the latest and best of fl everything in the drug line. They B sell Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy, B famous for its cures of bad colds, H croup and whooping cough. When B in need of such a medicine give B this remedy a trial and you will be B more than pleased with the result. fl ' f H A new copper mine has just fl been discovered in the Tutsagubbei fl district and locators are out stak- B ing off cl...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 8 February 1896

k M i MM THE UNION. Published very Saturday at I'JBi Si &eov& Washington Co., Utah, MPnjmf EDITOR k PROPRIETOR. MKB "TERMSIN ADVANCE. HH. One copy, ono year.' $A J?' H ! One copy, six mouths, " ISBMMI, Ono copy, three months, HBR ILocal notices in reading type, ten Hn cents a line, each insertion. HB" flOTNotices of nrttcles lost or found, Hi ' consisting of Ave lines or less, will be in- BBH' sorted tor our subscribers, free ofcharge. BBS 80THates of other advertising furnished 9v On application. HK "We respectfully request thufc con- HH tributors will hand in the general rend- HH Ing mutter that they desire to appear in HHr the ensuing issue, not later than Wed- HsnH nosday morning, and local items not later BH j than Friday evening, of each week. HH - Address all commnnf cations to BH THE) UNION, Bl, Bos 512, ST. GEORGE, HBV ( Washington Co., UTAF. Hi - fHT1 '' Saturday, February 8, 1896. Br J By latest dispacthes we see there Hfef is a likelihood of a split in the HE Dem...

Publication Title: Union, The
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