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

I, 1 fc-r- ' INDUSTRY MAKES THE DESERT BT nrnvr Wtttt -r? mr WWT,n 1 ' Executed with Neatness '' 'I I gT' of AclvfcrUslnr 8ERT BL? ' WniLE IDLENESS LEADS TO BUM, u,l Dispatch :,t the I caj91lT9"d m another 7 : --r-- ' ' Vli.y'-.J-.j- t I l - : ST, 6E0R6E, UTAH, AUGUST, 188 NICM", I 8V N : ' ' 39W aVScmenof the mind ' ,. M nr ,lefw not one that you can-ind. , u ,, Wk ' ' A .,' So Very cheap as 'wishing-;'- ' :.l , ' Jm U very choice diversion, too, fl V' t Ify but rightly use it, .. . ..... ,w And not 'wc arc apt to do, t m ?;.'' :Pcrvcitand abnscit. ' r $j - Wisha common wish indeed - ' (f JS', . ' ? Tin-'inatl.mighfchecr the child of need, ' f h . And not Y pri'de to flatter, jf "'.Imiffhtmake oppression .reel..-. ). t ' f ... As poid cart only make it,' ' :.!."' f " ' " , ?J ,And brc:,H the tyrant's rd of steel f :nr''1 . A? ffold can only briak it.' : ,, ;J " , j J' f; I Xyish-Uiat sympathy and love,' ' '"' '. ' And evtiry human passion i That has, its origin above, ' ""J-1' ., I...

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

NhH T"tTrm8) Fifty Gents per Annum. I FINANCIAL REPORT WASHINGTON COUNTY, I : for the year ending May 31st., 1881. Tiucs. STAtEMENT ' Rj7nuo' Ko'ad DUtrirtsy.".,.S'lS $4,891.76 STATEMENT II. Disbursements. ' To J udge Two years an d Se Jectinan onu year $558.40 To County Clerk.,, 400.00 To Treasurer, Attorney and t ' To Assessor and Collector ....." .4257 To License Collector 75,00 , "w'r1 To C'ountv Recorder, (abstract To Criminal expenses ' . , iaiid? To Elections h!3 f- To Cour House, Gaol and To Koadsan Bridges. ii.'.'.'.'.'.iSiS ' To Insane Persons 340.50 To Fuel,Stationery & Incidentals.81.75 16 Taxes Remitted... 86-e, 'CiCdiisc I hi 1 j STATEMENT ill. ' Finances. Property: kin hand ........ 1,227.77 x ., Amouni dxie the County 1,369.17 $2,596.04 Scrip in Circulation , i.o. - . Hills Payable Is $5.4 ' 1 ' v:. ' li!nre f. : J...'::'.-.'. .. .$3 589 7'-t' . - i , : y STATEMENT I Y. " 'Court Ifotice and ('irounds, ;:. . ' ;! -' ' tW St IO d,te" V.-' V ..ao.S80.44 A. R. Whiteh...

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

I The Union. I " SATES OF ADVERTISING. j$ Squares, i time, a times 4 tunes. 12 times 24 times 1 . . . 1 V Half $ .60 8 $ 1 50 $ 3.00 $ 5.00 u One , 1.00 1.50 2.50 0.00 10.00 f Two' 2.00 3.00 5.00 11.00 :8.oo Three. 3.00 4.50 7.50 16.00 27.00 Four 4.00 0.00 9.00 20.00 33.00 Sft Five 5.00 7.50 y.50 25.00 41.00 i Six 6.00 9.00 14.00 30.00 50.00 Seven 7.00 10.50 16.50 35.00 55.00 Eight S.00 12.00 19.00 40.00 60.00 ;i Nine 9.06 13.50 21.50 45.00 6$;oo Ten iQ.00 15.00 24.00 50.00 70.00 Ten lines of above type make one square. Births and deaths Published free. sJf Transient advertisements Tci) Cents a, line each and every insertion. LOCAL AMD GENERAL. "W"c shall deem it a favor if our friends and patrons in Southern Utah will send us local items transpiring, in their vicinity. We also invite . Postal Card Correspondence from all parts of the Territory, ori items of interest, local and general. MONTHLY RESUME. ; The election at this pbee passed off quietly. 3.900 lbs copper bullion from ..G...

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

. 'ST. pEORGE BUSINESS DIRECTLY: ' j , Net Boon To Post q-kc. " MEALS KEASONABLE. . JOHN PYMM, PROPRIETOR. . . ALSO AGENT & DEAI-EK IN Pish Bro's Wagonsj Timbers, Plows, Reapers itf. Mowers, Extras; &c, &c. JOHN EARDLEY, MANUFACTURER. . . ..I am now manufacturing a l'lRST class article!. and guarantee it to be superior to any manufac-H- tiircn in the Territory. Will supply all Co-op- crativc Stores on Commission or cheap for Cash at 90 days. Orders solicited from all Stores bo 13-ian tween Beaver and Bunkcryille. "' H WABR'JUN HARDY,' " Machinist, Millwright, Wood & Iron Turner, Scroll & other Sawing, Chopping all linds oJ Grain & Grindrog Silt; ,SW Mill & Shop on 2nd North Street, cast of latf. Town, St. George, Pgfe.SS H. EDWIN T. RYDINQ ' " I CUSTOM BOOT & SH0E MAKER, H , r. a. mcqu ARiiiiii CA RP ENTER BUILDER, Hi " A:LSO "DEALER 1N i, FURNITURE H . . If. CARPEN T E R " Blank BQoh Manufacturer. BOX. 501. TTM. 7T. SMIT2 , f"v82rrbouth side ist. blo...

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

I ' n AT. , ' ULUIlULi UJiIUIIh PTRKAMENm, I , 50 C0nts Pr Ann7' ,n , . . Executed Neatness , M H ADVANCE. INDUSTRY MAKES THE DESERT BLOOM, WHILE IDLENESS LUAUS TO RUIN. and Dispatelvatc H , BarUatcs of Advertising , , f'MF JTTQ " can be found in another , , , .. column. Vol, 1, ST. GEORGE, UTAH, OCTOBER, 1881. No. 19. QFFICTO;;? i I ' THE RED BREAST OF THE ROBIN. AN IHISH LEGEND. ,JOf all the merry little birds that live up iti the An& carol from the sycamore and chestnut, , rThc prettiest little gentleman that dearest is tome, Is the one in coat of brown and scarlet waist- ' . It's cockit little Robin ? . And his head he keeps a-bobbin', Of all the other pretty fowls I'd choose him ; m For he sings so sweetly still, I if' Through his tiny slender bill, With a little patch of red upon his bosom. . ."When the frost is in the air, and the snow upon M the ground, ifl To other little birdies so bewiderin, Jl' ' vf -V-3ckSatfee. crumbs, nrjf wintejhev is - found, Singing Christmas s...

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

H - v The UNiOnH HH . PUBLISHED. MONTHLY EBfflM ' Editor &' Proprietor. fST'Tirmsj Fifty Cents por Annum. ' VMGE0R6E, UTAH, OCTOBER 1081. I, t FINANCIAL REPORT OK ' WASHINGTON OOMTY, For tho year ending May 3 1 st., 1 88 1 STATEMENT"! - Revenue. Taxes 83978 Fines io.oo .Licenses ' 766.00 -Estrays .:17.9s, t,Road Districts... 5S.co... $4,891.76! .' ---.! . ' . . . i STATEMENT II, Disbursements. ..' To Judge Two years and Se- ...v. :" ' lectman one year ..$553.40 j' . j. . To County Clerk .400.00 - 4 ' c To Treasurer, Attorney and School Supr 337'S Td Assessor and Collector 42S.57 '' To License Collector. . 7S-oo " To County Recorder, (abstract- To Criminal expenses 721.63 To Elections. ...283.00 ,. . To Cour House, Gaol and Insane House i3S3-49 . V I "To Roads and Bridges 112.90 To Insane Persons 349.50 - ' ToFuel,Stationery&Incidentals.ti.7S k To Taxes Remitted .'...86.51 '$4,663.35 Im STATEMENT!!!, Finances. Property on hand. ... . .,. 1,327.77 Amount due the County I1369.1...

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

! n V ...... . . v .-,r$HE Union : BATES 'bP ADVBBTgjNQ, -'- Siquures itime.' "a times 4 'tSVncs'liii times iifiimcs. W. T-n i : J-, i' . Waif 3" .CoS .Ho$ 150'S 3.06'$ 500 . ftJOhe ' :oo 150 2.50 , O.00 10.00 4 t'rwo l-00 . 3-00 5-00 noo 18.00 'Three 55.00 '450 7.50 ifi.oo - 27.00 1 ' .t Four , 4 00 O.00 ,9.00 2000 . 33.00 !; . Five 5.00 ;.zo 11,50 ' 25.00 41.00 . Six 6.00 : y.oo , vjho 30,00 5000 ' Sv?n 7,00 l0,S ,J-5 3Soo 55,00 J ; " 'JBight " 'S'.oo"' uxo io;co -40.00 . Co;od , NJne . ,900 13.50 . -21.50 . 45.00 t 65.00 Ten 10.00 ' 15 on B4.00 50.00 '' 7000 . ' i. ... 1 " ' ' 1 1 "' Teh lines of above' type inakc One square.' - ,; . -Births find, deaths lubiislieil froc.ilv , V Transient ad vertiseinents Ten CeiU3 a line each I v v and every" insertion. 1 ' ' ' . LOCAL A N DG EN ER A L. ' V i3g?Vc shall deem it a favor if our friends and j. 1 -patrons in Southern Utah wil send us local items , ' Mlranspirinfo in their vicinity. . We also invite i Postal Card Correspondenoefrom a...

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

the: I '-ST. GEORGE UNION . ST. BEORBE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I ' . '.-J T. GBOBGB HOTSIi. c , Next Door To Post Office. 1&EALS REASONABLE. I JOHfl PYMM, PROPRIETOR B ALSO AGENT FOR AND DKALKR IN B Fish Bro's. Wagons, Timber, Plows, Reapers Mowers, Extras, Ac, I ' $t. oeoYgTpottery. ITjPHN EARDTiRY, Manufacturer. B ?f$n now manufacturing a i-ikst class auti B fctu and guarantee it to be superior to any mnnu B jfohtrcd in the Territory. Will supply all Co B traeVjitivc Stores on Commission, or very cheap (or" " cash at 00 days. Orders solicited from all Stores B between Beayer and Uunkervillc B -WA R K lii N HARDY, B . MACHINIST, MILLWRIGHT, WOOD A SI) B "IRON TURNING, SCROLL & OTHER B SAWING. CHOPPING ALT. B KINDS OF ( rK AIN & B GRINDING SALT. B ESfMill and shop '2nd. North Street, east ol B town, Sr. Guokgk, Utah. ! B, ' EPVIN T. "AIDING, . CUSTOM BOOT & SHOE MAKER H ST. GEORGKj UTAH. Wr R. ilcQTTAnKTK. m Also Dkai.kk in m ' F-njRMiiTyais. $ ST. GEORGE, UTA it. H . f ...

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

' Cents Pr Annum ,n t : :: - 11 Execmedth I ;? V ADVANCE. INDUSTRY MAKES THEDBSKRT3L00M, WHILE IDLENESS LEADS TO RUIN. and Dispatch at the U IfOi 'TRatcs of Advertising - , ' 7- "XT WT " ' fl an colurn'tf" " Vol ST. GEORGE, UTAH, NOV, & DEC, 1881. , No,20. OFFICE. if pastry iV ' NEVER GIVE UP. 1 1 Weverjjiv.e up ! it is wiser and better , , ' '. Always to hope, than once todispair? M ' Fling: off the load, of doubt's cankering fetter, ii' ,j - (, , And break the dark spell of tyranical' care. I Never fjivc tip ! of the burden may sink you ; H Providence kindly has mingled the, cUp; 1 And, in all trials or troubles, bethink you, The watchword oflifemustbeNever give up.1 ! '. Never give up I there arc chances and changes Helping the hopeful a hundred to one ; . And through the chaos, High Wisdom arrange I , . Ever success, if you'll only hope on. IB . ,,, Never give up! for the wisest is boldest, Hi! Knowing that Providence mingles the cup ; I' And of all maxims, the best, as the ...

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

I ." f""-EHE Uhion,. ; 1 ( : PUBLISHED MONTHLY B ' ''! iy. -yy f1 p NTER Wm - ,;g;pE0RGBf .UTAH, NOV. & DEC. 1881. S.'U tk'' MORMONISM, '9 us? Under the above head tlie Herald . arid Presbyter for Bee. 7, a'Presbyte itttoii. rian paperpublished at Cincinnati, 0 i plainly exhibits the bigotry the editor possesses an.d how he is trying to fuifill the sayings of the ancient prophets, when they said "Wow also many na ?vv tions ato gathered against . thee, that gay, Let her -be defiled, and let our Jo '." eye look upon . .Zipn." "But the 4: I' .know not the thoughts of the Lord, V s neither understand thqy his counsel;1' ' &rwBut the eyes of .the wicked shall fail, End they shall not escape, and their hope shall be as the giving up of the ghoBt;" tor their "eyes have been blinded" and they have "hardened their haart' "That seeing the may see, and not perceive; 9 K and hearing they may hear, &m not understand; lest at any tim they should be converted, and their ms be forgiven ...

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

9 l tDrlhk,tlxemj'sooii'yith'fobtfltep.'j.sloy,. ... , ll Staggering on.vour w$y youjil.go. v I There is moM truih than poetryin A I the, above, .also in the following, which , I etcomnatpHhe : -notice 7 pf f men (. J wines or liquors lo be drank. i.f ' Licensed to" makcjthe strong man weak ; ' L . 4 f f Bicdusfcd to laftthe wise manlow 1 f fiiccnsS-d a wife'sVoud heaft tobreal f , M ,.And make her.children's tpars to flow. " '4 , m '1 ' - r i - 8" ' JL Eiccne' to do tltf :hclgfcbor;harm;0,j f Licensed to kin die 'Nate aftd strife ' W. flLic'cns'cdttq nerve, thcrobbcr's arm r - . - f ' 9 IpTliiccnsdd t whet the nmrdererts.kWc. f : IK' T Licensed .thy neighbor's purse to drain, ' IE;, ' . r And rob Him of his .very .fast ; ". v C' iQenscd to heat hi fe'vcriBh brain,' '.;( x ff ' Till madness crown thy work at last - ' ; . Licen.s'cdVhe're; peace and qujot dw(ell, ' iff -';, , ' To bring-, disease, and want, and'Hybe: 'mh Licensed to make this world a hell, W " mi Ajndfit inan;fdr a h...

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

Hp H ' AMERICAN SYSTEM 6T M : INTERCHAN8EABLE TYPE BODIES, ; INVENTED BY HARDER, LUSE & GO., 1 TYPE FOUNDERS, CHICAGO & SAN FRANCISCO, xmi factum TYPE BORDERS & Brass Kul n the COMMON SENSE PLAN. Alio Dcalm i n Printers' Supplies in General iMTOUR SYSTEM IPjT B TWtyipjftiaod, is as follow: The anltof measurement for " TjrlJJ. ll9i, is American, which is exactly ono-twelfth ct LH Thj is tho smallest and is applied only to Leads and LH . ?ther bod,B "&ct relations to this as in- OKttW by numbers. Trom Amtrican to Nottjxtreil, which Is RsmrjereUe, they increase progressively by cne-hnir the body I , . f tl10. n1- Woyond this, to Pico, by an increaso the stxe o( i Awcnxi. There are uo bastard or irregular sixes. LB .SIr!o?.If Three Nonpareils (6) are firea ffw"8): three nreviers (8) area Donhle Pica (24); Kou. H( fi"L1(.8, ?.nd ?,lJrev,.er 8) ro RI English (14), or Two-ltne ,.UL: , 1 (,2 ,nd a Excelsior 4)-two 6-to.pica Leath- i , ?? .rY?..Vi u i'S? ;. DoU,1 EOSh (28) an...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 November 1881

; ' ; ' - :''-?jHp. """" " - H . 4- : : ' pThe Union. .. ihi. V f s BAftES OF ADVERTISING" l4 V l.j .'..'.i.ii. 1 1 ' y'C ' -Sqtiarcs. i tiiijij. i limes 4 titnes.i2 times 24 times. JL fe " Half S .0o .86$ 150$ 3-00$ 5.00 'Wjw ' - One x.oo 1.50 2.50 '(5.bo io.oov MR Two 3.00 , 3,00 5.00 1 1 .00 18.00 , tjrh-fee .3,00 4.6 7.50 10.00 27.00 39 B ' 14 Four' 4.00 j 6.00, o.po 2000 32.00 ,'XW : -yvc, ', S-cJo .7-50 n'.so "35.00 41.00 'J Six . ' ' ' 6.00 ?.do ' ,1400 30.00 50 CO 1 I Seven 7.00 . 10.50 16.50 35.00 55.00 r'l m Eight 8.00 12.00 19.00 40.00 60.00 SS ' "f'.NInc 900 13.50 21.50- 45.00 65.00 . " -SCn IQ.QO 15 CO 24.OO , 50.00 70 00 T.er. lines of above type make one square. llirths and deaths Published free. f H Transient advertisements-Ten Cents a line each and'cvcry insertion. . , I LOCAL AND GENERAL. 2S?""We shall deem ita favor if our friends and' ' .t patrons in Southern Utah will send us local items - transpiring in their vicinity. We also invite 1 Kosl!l -nrd Correspondenc...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 November 1881

Hi : :st. qe.org e union. HB i $T, , GEORGE BUSINESS DIRECTORY Next Door To Post Offick. JOHN PYMM, PROPRIETOR. H, " ALSO AGENT dr DKALEK IN HHB Jah Biro's Wagons, Timbers. Flows, Reaper HjK f ttf Mowers, Extras, Ac., &c JTOtiN EARDLST, manufacture. I am now manufacturing' a. first class article H aid guarantee it to be superior to any manufac- K lured in the Territory. Will supply all Coop- HH ratiVe Stores on Commission or cheap for Cash B ''at 99 days Orders solicited from all Stores bo H , - I3i2n tween Bcsiver and Bunkerville. " WARREN HARDY, , tfaCfeinifit, Millwright, 'VftoA & Iron lnraer fey oil othr Bhmvg, Chopping all kinds og H Grain & Grindl g 8 1. 1 JW Mill & Shop on 2nd North Street, ut of H gatf. Toirn, St. George, Utah.WR HB 7 EJIWIN r4 RIDING 1,11 "'" CUSTOM BOOT & SHOE MAKER. R. 0. McQUARRIE, WM ryv- CARPENTER $ BUILDER, B VV ALSO DEALER IN FURNITURE ; J. W. CARPENTER GENERAL and Hl j-., Blank Book Manufacturer. - PAINTER & ORAIMER a- , t .,...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 February 1882

rb---. . . IWWI ma ii iT-ii-Mifc'in,-! ;;50 Cents por Annum, In ' . ' ORNAMENTAL, I AtVANOK Imnrrf,nm ? 1 ,s Executed with Ncatneua ifl ' INDUSTRY MAKES THEDESERT BLOOM, WHILE IDLENESS LEADS TO RUIN. - Uld Di.sp.ntch at the l ''TUntes of Advertising 1 1 ' -- : - ; L; ,. . tiaatm am mm ti 1 'fcari' be found in another " : T :U M I O IT ,:: column. Vol, 1. ST, GEORGE, UTAH, FEORUARY, 1882, . . No2, ()kioE I anr. - IDEAS FOR THE THOUGHTFUL, " $Vho.shall judge man from his manner, -J; -SWho Jihall judge him by his dreit?.; .. . 4MP.ers n,av be fit for Princes, x si Princes fit.for nothing else, "trumpled shirt and dirty jacket May beclothc the golden ore ' Of the deepest thoughts and feelings- Satin, vest can do no more. Man, upraised above his fcllowsi f : Oft forgets his fellows then ; . , . , , f .) 1 Masters rulers lords, remember, " ' " pr ',' Thnt your meanest kinds are men!. , , , Men of labor, men of feeling, j t Men of thought;, and men of fame, 1 , Claiming- equal rights to su...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 February 1882

I '-The' Union; ?; H published monthly i; fi J. W. dA K P K N T E R , Jiditor & Proprietor. EVhsI Fifty Cantn per Annttxsu B ": ST. GEORGE, UTAH, KlfiB. 1882. I. - : : . ., On account oCsiclineaa nnd d.efcth ' Hindering us, we concluded not .to, is uttetW Omou for January andjuptj .'our patrons, and friends filK ..pardon -'ulforao doings -.: : i a ii if m 'in i ' . .' ... - There is' no eloquence4ikl the eio 1 quenbe of example; A man does well wlien he talks with words; but h is i irresistibly convincing when he- talks VitU ihe deeds of an honest life... ; tin; ' , I, - A piece of linen cloth dipped . in ' Uurpentin'e and wrapped around the ioc on which a :stift corn is situated H will give relief, and after a-few days corn will disappear. " ill " ; ' . i . . ' ' , sFor general purposes 'on the 'f Arm, -1 Vaster oil -with ft Utile' koroa'ene added j '"is the btsi lubrie'aitoraud preserver; Yltefr sawV niowofs, buggies, s&o. it I, , K fuimshes ta ore body hnd less gum tVian ...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 February 1882

i . I 1 ' ' THE'' jijNION.. RATES' "OF ADVERTISING. I t Squares i time, x times' '$' time's. "jY2 'timcs"24Vimcs. ft Half S ,6b ,So $ ' x 50 S 3-oo $ 5.00 One 1.00 I'.b ' 2.50 6:00 10.90 My,,- Two 2.0(3 3.00 1 5.00 i'i.po 18.00 ' 3'00 45 " ' 750 v'xC.oo 27.00 i J' 9-00 30 CO 32.OO -xFiVo f? 'Utj.oo 4vy..o i.f.so ( 5iO0 ' 41.00 , HX" -I 1 O.OQ 9.CO I4.OO 30.00 50 CO ..v?n ' 7-'00 tf-s 16.50 35.00 . 55.00 . Wight 8.0O 12.00 I9.OO 40.OO 00.00 x v.Nine.'M 9.00 i 13.50 21.50 45.00 65.00 ens:.', 10.00 1500 34.00 50.00 v' '70.00 j . - - . 1 - Tor. lines of above'type make one square. Birthsand deaths, published free. Transient :idvcrtisetn'ert3 (Tetv Cents a line each jy, . . . - I 1 I r - c 1 " ; rr 1 ; : L 0 G A ITM'D" CEN'ERAl.- " " ' -- . . .. . CST'Wc shall deem it a favor if our' friends and s . .Patrons in Southern Utah will send us local items.- "transpiring- in their vicinity. We also invite' ... osal Card Correspondence from all parts of, the f Territory,';on tf.tenu of interest,...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 February 1882

I i . 5T, GEORGE UNION. " STi.GEORGE BUSINKSS DIRECrORYT Nxt Door To Post Orvia. 5 , JOHN PYMM, PROPRIETOR. ALSO AGKKT UEALEH IN Fifth Bro's Wagons, Timbers. Plows', Reaper itf & Mowers, Extras, Jfcc, l'c. JOBH fi ARDLEY, manufacturer. X am now manufacturing; a i-irst class artlcl? BH and guarantee it to be superior to any manufac- BV ureV in thu Territory. Will supply all Co-op- V crxtivc Stores on Commission or cheap for Cash M; at 90 days. Orders solicited from nil Stores be is.ian twecn Reaver and Bunkcrvjlle. H WAE.REN H AliDY, ?JtkCUb3ist, MiHwvlght, Wood & Iron Turner Scroll fc othr Sawing, Chopping all kinds oS fifatu & Grinding S U. - & Shop on 2nd North &trt, east of stf. Towd, St. George, Ulah.-t5S& H ' EDWINT.RID1NG I CUSTOM BOOT & SHOE MAKER. H CARPENTMJl St BUILDER, H ; j. nr. carpenter. AND 7 I1 . Blank Booh Manufacturer. " BOX 501. ; PAINTER & ORAINER; KRTSoutn side ist. block Jiouth of Tabernacle; H CARPENTER'S BROOMS? . B. 4 - Aits s...

Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 May 1882

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Publication Title: St. George Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. George union. — 1 May 1882

H ' ! . The Union. WjHW ! PUBLISHED MONTHLY S9B "TormB Fifty Oonte per Annum. H ST. GEORGE, UTAH, MAY 1882. 1' Tho Now Volume. I 0 I One more number complolea the I . present volume of the Union. In an- I other column will be found a Pros- I . i pectus of the New volume, which we I I ' purpose commencing sometime in J u- l ly, How much good reading the next I v volume contain, depends on the f ' amount of patronage we receive. If ! ' v ; we can procure one or two thousand I . subscribers, we will be very apt to ; issue "it oftener and make it better, as a Semi-Monthly would be more de sirable than a Monthly. Our aim is to make the Union the Home paper of Southern Utah, and ; . ' 1 , we can do so if we are liberally pat- ronized. We respectfully ask Farmers, Gar i ' doners, Fruit Growers, and all others : '(who ee 80 disposed), to correspond .or write articles for the Union, on the 1 , a . cultivation of the soil, the bestpardeu J requisites, best kinds oC fruit and M grain adap'ted ...

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