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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 23 April 1896

m ,. 9 mtm' """ " i'"'W-Jlaiwl,at'u''W. vKlTwork she desired to eomplete Yfore ni-ht came on. The native 'Led out to me the very place iBUehe was borri and the spot where M lis miracle should have taken place, '' the Island of Oahu, at a village' sKlled Wainae. The- Power of Haying to death, was believed in lJmd practied hy some of the natives, Sit was done secretly, as the laws of 9ie kingdom forbid it. The law Ss0 forbade the worship of false Bods. The natives worshipped the .Burnin0" volcano on the Isla.nd of 'miawaif, as a goddass, by offering micrifices of hogs, dogs and fruits to Appease her wrath and t prevent her lirowing, out hot lava arui destroy verythingit met Ttfey called her Vilio. m -v: H.,;w,B. m To be. continued. iE . 11... t dM ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. xm .xhemaU from the north, arrives every day except iBTiiematl from Pine Valley and the South, arrives fjwery Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon "Kiyand Friday. -Theoffiteis open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every iHay...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 23 April 1896

fH The Hessian fly is ravaging wheat fields ;JH ' in Sonoma county, Cal. JR -5. Businencss is becoming more mm" Uively in the Tinti,c mining district MB . Many a presidential candidate E looms up who utterly fails to illum- IK inate. M The Califoanla'stato fair will bo held at MM Sacramento this year from sept 1 to 19. jX inclusive. MM Garfield county, Colorado, famers IBs,' are asking each other the question , through the local press : Why cannot we jM:"-.. , make sugar here as well as we in Utah ? Df The Ohio legislature, having leg- H ' islated on high hats, may be expect- H ed to soon take up hosiery, as it Mb- " comes in schedule H. Herald. l Thoffve national conventions will meet ji' as follows: Prohibition at Pittsburg, May mm. 27th; Republican, St, Louis, June loth; gin'' . Democratic, Chicago, Julv 7th; Popu- H lists, St. Louis July 22nd; Silver, Sb, llll Louis, July 22nd. 11 A cage with three man in drop- w ' ' ped 200 feet in the McOabe mine, if: near Phoenix, Arizona, Su...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 30 April 1896

r B Hi' Si I .,( sIHlfl I r I I raj II I M Im Im B wir 1 139 I ' FROM THE LTTTLE ACOUN GROW8 THE MASSTVE OAK." VotJ. bt. George, Washington Co., Utah, Thursday, April 30, 1896. . No. 20. I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I FREDERIC CLIFT, LL. D B Attornoy-at-Xia-w, B Rivche House. ST GEORkE, UTAH B t. H, Foster, George B. Lund. 1 Foster &, Lund, B St. Oeorge and Beaver, Utah. B District court in this Fifth Judicial B District will convene next Monday, I the 4th of May.. I During the winter of 1893, P. M, I Martin, of Long Reach, "West Va.. I contracted a severe cold which left I him with a cough. In speaking of B how he cured it he says: "I used I several kinds of cough syrup but B found no relief until I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough m Remedy, which relieved me almost instantly, and in a short time -B brought about a complete cure." -When troubled with a cough or cold use this remedy and you will B not find it' necessary to try several . kinds before you get relief. It has been in...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 30 April 1896

THE UNION. i Published ovopy Thursday at H St. George, Washington Ooj, Utah, ffi' EDITult & l'liUWMJdlOU. H TERMS IN ADVANCE. H 0"ne copy, ouo vear, $1 50. H One copy, six months, .80 W One copy, three mouths, .45. M RATES OP ADVERTISING. BB i week; i month: 6 month; o.-.e year. Eli One inrh, S''o. S275 $S oo. $12.00. ViLl Vcolrmn, 2.75. 5.50, 1300. 19.50. KWtj H coh. m. i, c.oo. 10.50. 19.50. 29.00. u 1 column. 8.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. HI flSLocal notices in reading type, ten K cetiR a Hue, each inseition. HI ffiSTNotices of arli'.lea lost or fouiuj, IX coiihlstiDK ot flvo )im-8 or lean, will be in- m flerted lor our snbHciihers, Iree of charge. n GST Rate." of other advertising furnished mm On application. 8H fiEgrWo respectfully request that oon- l tributors will hand in the general read- Wm n nmtt(il' t,n,lt ,n(y tlesire ro appear in ly the ensuing issue, not later than Tues- jKj day morning, and local items not later S than Wednesday evening, of each week. w Address all c...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 30 April 1896

bbb BBBv I The Union. I ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE! m The mail from the north arrives every day except B Tbe'matl from Pine Valley and the South arrives BB every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon- H dav and Friday. BB The office is oon from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every Hi day except Sundays and holidays when it is open BB from 4 to 5 n- m. . BB Money order and Registry department open from B ga. m. to 5 p. m. BB ' JOHN PYMM, Postmaster. BBB bK -" rrr ,'r"rT --' " - - Thursday, April 30, 1896. BBBV ts - I Sew (lay Services. I At :it. George Taueriiacltf. I Sunday April 28, 1896. I Prest. I). D. Mo Arthur presiding. B The preliminaries being attend- I ed to Prost. Mo Arthur said he was B glad to see so many here today. B Stated that while he and his coun- B cilcrs were at the general conEer- B euc., tl ey laid the matter of con- B solidating the 4 S . George wards B into one ward, ..s the matter had B already been agitated in St. George B aud asked their advice in relation B to the matte...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 30 April 1896

rYKH SfH Temples of worship. He was kill- ym ed by a native who slyly slipjpod (jl up behind Cook and stabbed him. H His heart was taken out and eat-1 H on by children who were told that B it was a dog's heart. There were H a few old men who said they could WM remember seeing Captain Cook. EH One native said to me in broken mm English 'fCook a tarn phool. He am want us to believe ho was gog( Gpd ) BH 'he ought to been killed, tarn phool." M H. W. B. Hjj 'J'o be continued. J M YOUTH'S EXPERIENCE. J9I (Continued from first page.) jH rented a room in a house where JH some oi the saints were living and ii we both being sick and not able tr SS wait on each other, our money soou j8 went and we suffered a good deal vOT that winter, and when my wife wK -could hardly move around and 1 IB could not get out of bed sue would IS bind shoes and anything else she HH could get to do, and thus earned HI our scanty living as sho was at H iliat tme suffering with the Hffi chillB and fever. At one time...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 7 May 1896

: IM HH Jl III J 'HlM -. l THE U jJION . I "FROM THE ItTTJLETIcrT " " " r ' ' i 1 n aoukjvj GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." H J01" 9' SiGeorge, WaShiDgtonriiay 7 1896- : HT J I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. FREDERIC CLIFT, LL. D., Rivirc House. ST- GEORGE, UTAH 0. H, Foster, George E. Lund. Foster & Lund, j j9k.tt02r3tjt3rs -.," XJa,?cr, J St. George and Beaver, Utah Lynch, Clark & Sullivan, of the Ophir Mine, State Line District are reported as haying shipped two car loads of ore. The city is having t1- e water sect east of our office, paved, which wil make our street take on a better appearance when it is completed. Walter Kemp is doing the rock work. The sect has also been paved along in front of E. A. Dodge's residence, a portion of the rock work there having been done by J. T. Morse. Travelers- desiring Hay, Grain ind Stabling, can find first class Accomodations at William Lang's, lear east part of city. The water is now running in the Cottonwood Canal, about one mile. The west city ditc...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 7 May 1896

1 1 I'll II ll i y $ Hj Published HVQ?y Thursday at H St Georgo, Washington Co., Of ah, Mi BY lju! STosi, "TOST". O.Dripom.-tor, TBKMJ-U ADVANCE. Kg 0n3 copy, ojip var. $1 00 Ou eopv, f-x in ni'hn, ,.w0 H One cijy. rhroe months, .40. RATES 0? ADVERTISING. IK i week; i inoiitfi : 6 month'; o c vosir. Wm One inch, $1.00. $-175. fe'i 00. ftu.oo B W column, a. 5.50. 13 00. n.p. mji Yt column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50. zy 00. f i column. iS.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. B J&TLoca! winces Mi rcndluR type, icii EM crrH a Urn-, cacti ir.Mirtiou. H USTNolfotB f ari'.loa loaf, or found, OR cojitisMuj? of lv 'in s or los , will be in- mm Bvrtwl H;r our sufhi',iioi, Irvu u' oniric. p HTln,tQA of other udvcitiMug furalslieri h on application. fly JST'We ropeotfiiJly rqiieit tlmt con- EM tributors will Imml in the gun oral rcwl- (3 iri niatrcM' thit they desire to appear in KJj the ensuing iysuc, not later than Tuws- Ijffi. day iMniiw and local items not. Juror 3jg than Wednesday evening, of each week. ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 7 May 1896

I The Unian. I ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. The mail from the north arrives every day except Tuesday. Tue mail from Pine valley and the South arrives B every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon- dav and Friday. The office is open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every B day except Sundays and holidays when it is open H from 4 to S p. m. H Money order and Kegrstry department open from B 3 a. m, to 5 p. m. B JOHN PYMM, Postmaster. I Thursday, May 7, 1896. IHTVOOATIoM. B Inscribed to Zina D. H. Young, on the 75th B anniversary of her Birthday. B Published by request. B O'er whelmingly grateful, our Father B Divine, B With rev'rence unfeign'd we invoke B at thy shrine,'" And ask,, that Thy favors divinely B serene B Decend on thine handmaid e'en "Princess and Queen." B We ask Thee our Father, to heed B now our prayers, B And strengthen thine hand-maid of B seventy five years; B That Thy grace may attend her we B ever will pray, B And increased returns of her own B Natal Day. B Our Father, we humbl...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 7 May 1896

' j "' W 1 S& WHO lUI Heber Atkin, Hyrum Atkin Wallace HI Bleak, win. A. fawcett, and w. J. PH Carter. e testimony being Wmm all in and it being too late to argue lira le case court adjourned until to- IffiB morrow morniog at 9: 30 o'clock. Uf Wednesday Morning, May G. IhB ' The case o Ashby vs. 'Macdon- IIB a nn( -kin came on regularly liB or 'm nn( Attorney Lund made wmm ne P3nn address for plaintiffs 1 91 followed by Doctors Olift and OB Christian for the defence, and Ilw closed by Attorney O. H. Foster KB for the plaintiffs, whereupon the liffii Judge gave his charge to the Jury I'BJB and they retired to their room to !5lj consider the casQ. lifi "ie case & L. Adams vs. I. IhS ' acfarlane being called and a lng few witnesses examined and nrgu- IJK ments made by counsel for both IKH ses r.eoarding the admissability Wm of testimony, the Judge ruling in fm favor of the defense and an excep- mti tion taken by the plaintiffs, they flE rested their side of the case and IK Judg...

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 May 1896

Ym BBM BBBBBbI I T tf V ' TT AT T H AT ' ! I I Jl O. Hi I I I I I H ? v' PltOM THE "TT3 AOQRNgs THE MASSIVE OAK .- ' "? ..' ' I J01-9' JiOeorge, Washington Co., Utah, Thursday, May 14, 1896. . No. 22. ! I I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. HH m iiimiinr ' mirniirinniMii H Frederic Clift, LL.. D. John Ward Christiau. CHRISTIAN AND GLIFT, B uaLttoC3-03re5-a.-fciBX &rw9 H St George and Beaver, Utah- H 0. H, Foster, George E. Lund. I Foster & Lund, H st. George and Beaver, Utah: BBK ii--i tm-r---rmnmwiTMiT imn M- T" m m t mi i m i H ii i in i H - ll l-l- II .1 ! - -I 1 -- I A new tannery is being established B at Leeds, Utah . H The work on the new Tannery is I progressing finely . Travelers desiring Hay, Grain I and Stabling, can find first class accomodations at William Lang's, B near east part of city. The highest the mercury went last B week was 89, it being on the 4th and B the lowest was 28, on the morning il of the 6th. The highest the past week was 78, which occurred on the nth, 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. — 14 May 1896

I THE UNION. H Published every Thursday at m BL George, Washington Co., Utah, fl by fl jTois, w . Oarpontor, m EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. 1 TERMS IN ADVANCE. fl One copy, one year, $1.60. Rj One copy, six months, .BO. One copy, three months, .45. I RATES OP ADVERTISING. BJ i week; i month: 6 months; or.feyear. gj One inch, $1.00. $2.75. $S.oo. $12.00. ff V column, 2.75. 5.50. 13 00. 19.50. Si yk column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50. 29,00. HI 1 column. 0.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. HI HQfLocal notices in reading type, ten cents a line, each insertion. M USTNotices of articles lost or found, MM oontiisting of five lines or less, will be in- i sertcd lor our subscribers, free of charge. 31 (BSTHates of other advertising furnished X On application. EWe respectfully request that con- tributors will hnnd in the general reud- Wj ing matter that they desire to appear in fla the ensuing issue, not later than Tues- H day morning, and local items not later Bj than Wednesday evening, of each week. mi Address...

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 May 1896

I ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. H The mail from the north arrives every tla7 except Tuesday. Tbe mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives every Tuesday jind Saturday and leaves on Mon- dav 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 prm. B Money order and Eegistry department open from 8 a. m, to 5 p.m. JOHN PYMM, Postmaster. I Thursday, May 14, 1896. I Sun-day Services. At lit. George TaToernaclc. I May 10, 1896. B Prest. D. H. Cannon presiding. After the- usual preliminaries Elder John G. McQurrie said I am thankful to meet with the saints I in St. George where we enjoy each others society in partaking of the sacrament. Read part of the Lec- ture on Faith in the Doctrine and I ' Covenants showing that the tiue B followers of Christ are willing to B make sacrifices for the Gospel they B have espoused, and showing that B this principle has brought tne B blessings of heaven upon those B who have taken upon the...

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 May 1896

i H CORRESPONDENCE ' H Editor Union: H' S Dear Sir: Again the pencil I ml comes in hand, though I hardly H''iS know where to strike, as the im- Hj&fl'j provements oi: the age are so varied, Mlt ve " ancy na new-fangled im- H 3 1 provements should keep ahead of H $jf, tlie old self-taught teachers of the I '1 early ages of the Church, for in H I J j many instances they were taught 1 1 S principles of life and salvation, dic- I ifr tated by the spirit of peace and un- HES ion that comes alone from the H ijjfc, ruler and giver of all good. ''4p ' How backward many are in put- fj ing into practice those things that k have been so long placed before H Vtk I m ormQrly when our children B'S'i "were ten and twelve years of age Bffit j were asked to give bh'e measure- HIL ment of a load of wood or lumber, j!l they could readily do so affcei a Mi few moments figuring, but how h different now. I asked a scholar Kul much older, not long since, to ifij?j measure a board for me, when he It 6 ...

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 May 1896

THE' UNION I . "FROM THE LITTLE AOQRN GBOHE MASSIVE OAK." , ' f I Si orge, Washington Co., TJtehirsday, May 21." 1896. gT I--. I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Fredcrie Clift, LI- D. John Ward Christiau. CHRISTIAN AMD CLIFT, St. George and Beaver, Utah- '. 0, H, Foster, George E. Lund. ( Foster & Lurid, St. George and Beaver, Utah. j Davsd H RPms, OOmTYPROSEODTlKiv ATTORNBY 1 ...mi I IIIIMMIIMWII II llll IIIHII I III II i ! i c The following was unavoidably crowded out of last weeks issue. Yfe are sorry, but it was not noticed 1 until too late. Last" Thursday night there was a beautiful rain in our vicinity, and on Friday morning the surrounding j mountains were quite white with ( snow. i Our farmers are feeling a little more encouraged as the few warm j days we have had lately is making the crops look much more healthy, but there will riot be as much grain this season as there was last. Travelers desiring Hay, Grain 1 and Stabling, can find first class 1 accomodations at William Lang's, n...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 21 May 1896

THE UNION. Published very Thursday at St George, Washington Co. Utah, EDITOR & PIIOPRIETOE. TERMS IN ADVANCE. Ono copy, one year. $1.60. One copy, six months, .80 One copy, three months, .45. SATES OF ADVERTISING i week; i month: d months; or.e year. ! One inch, $i.oo. $2.75. $8.00. $12.00. Jf column, 3.75. 5.50. 1300. 19.50. K column, c.oo. 10.50. 19.50. 29.00. ( column. 8.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. - (BSTLocal notices in reading type, ten cents a line, each insertion. HEtTNotices of articles lost or found, consisting of five lines or less, will be in serted for our subscribers, free of charge. flSTTtates of other advertising furnished n application. E5Wc respectfully request that con tributors will hand in the general read ing matter that they desire to appear in the ensuing issue, not later than Tues day morning, and local items not later than Wednesday evening, of each week. Address all commnnfeations to THE .UNION, Box 512, ST. GEORGE, Washington Co., UTAH. Entered at the Pos...

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 May 1896

ihs Union. , mijvsasiimsivujixiki.viiymM SX. GEORGE POST OFFICE. The mail from the north arrives every day except ''mVil from Pine Valley and the South arrives ryTuesdsiy and Saturday and leaves on Mon- dlffofficre1sc.nfrom7a.m. to 7 p. m. every Incept Sundays and holidays when it is open 'e!2 a to K P. m. Money order and Registry department open from 52 JOHN TY MM, Postmaster. Thursday, May 21, 1896. iiMnini MiwgrrrfiifiiiiMiiiMBiriiiiinMn Sunday Service. At&t. George Tatternacls. Sunday, May 17, 1896, Prest.D. D.McArthuVPresiding. After U9ii.il preliminaries" Prest. McAr thur saM that the names of the men who had been selected to form the Bishopric of the St, George ward would be present ed today, for the people to vote either for or against. The names of Brothers James AndruH for Bishop, Edward H. Snow, ; first and Thomas P. Cottam, second Coun cilors, have been sent to Snlt Lake City to the Presidency and they have sanction ed the nomination. We desire the people to exercise...

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 May 1896

kit El fcake various articles of jewelry, as N security, for a short time, but H toade it so short that they knew $he ffl time would expire before they HI Vould arrive at Salt Lake City, and D thus they become the possessors H of many valuable articles. Per il haps you would like to k&ow what B became of these two m&n, who -call-H od themselves Latter-day Saints? Ilv To bo qorftlnucb. in H burgess BrothSAof IB Pine y alley, Utah, desire 9 ;your orders fot lumber and will H iill the same '-oft ibed rock prices, H they now having a , permit to go rat ahead and cut tijnber to be manu- wM ifactured into lumber. Send in H your orders immediately. Hf "McKinley and free silver" is trie HH Mcryof the Wolfieyites. These peo- I jple must think that the citizens of iM Arizona are chumps to swallow such HI tuff:; to couple the man McKinley lH With free silver is an insult to the ill voters of Arizona. Phoenix Gazette. ill The Gazette is right. McKinley Mi is a rank Gold Bug and we warn ...

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 May 1896

I 1 J -'HP XJ 1? TT HIT A ht y A 1. A Aj U 1 JL V 1 1 "FROM B I.TtoZe AOQUN GROWS THE MASSTV18 OAK." " 7 j Yol- 9: Si Geore' Washington Co., Utah, Thursday, May 28. 1896. No 9A M PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Frederic Clift, LI-. D. John Ward Christiau. CHRISTIAN AMD OLIFT, St George and Beaver, Utah. 0. H, Foster, George R. Lund. Foster & Lisnd9 St. George ano Beaver, Utah. David H- Eftfflorris, flOHHTY PR0SECDT1X& ATTORNEY ia,rMaruiiJnujmMn.iJi.;m iwwmiiiii wwawwnn .in inmrCT.t IBtB.3a.3r3. Services. Of Maria Empey Gould Pace, was held at their residence, in the east part of this city, Sunday Morning, May 24, 1896, at 10 o'clock a. m., under the direction of our. new Bishop, James Andrus. Consoling remarks were made by Elder Thomas Judd, Prests, D. H. Cannon and D. D. McArthur, Elder Charles Smith and Bishop James Andrus. The Singing was conducted by Chorister Joseph W. McAllister. Sister Pace, who passed away may 23, 1896, was born in Nauvoo, 111., September 1, 1846. Came to Utah w...

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 May 1896

Biyf ; lymiMMiuwi mmmm wwii iiimwim um-ii. m THE UNION. BfFt Published every Thursday 3t W S George, "Washington Co., Utah, B' Ml BDITOU & PltOPKIEJOB. TERMB-ISf ADVANCE. Bpl'J 0n copy, one year. ' jpl.GO 41 One copy, six months. ,o B W,1 ue coy tllrtJ0 moatns, .J5. ffijj HATES OF ADVERTISING. j nfei? I week; : month: 6 months; o.-.e ycur. ' One inch, gi.oo. $2.75. $3.00. 312.00. ;'f Jf column, 3.75, 5.50. 1300. 19.50. 1 JJM, column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50. v) 00. B mmj column. 3.7. i7.oo. 10.00. it.no. B lip JSSTLocar notices in reading type, ten f j ciints a line, each insertion. iVJlff flQ7"Noticefl of articles lost or found, , W& connlstinR of five lines or less, will be in-H1-' ;j flirted tor our subscribers, free of charge. I Wh HQTRates of other advertising furnished BJhh Supplication. '.It'; Q38T Wo respectfully request thnt con- 'ffei tributors will hand in the general rend- Bi'litl in nmtter tlmt they desire to appear in riB the ensuing issue, not later than Tuea- BVf6...

Publication Title: Union, The
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