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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 28 May 1896

H 1 Thz Union. I ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. .B The mail from the north arrives every day except B Tuesday H The mriil from Pine Valley and the South arrives cvery Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon- dav and Friday. The office is oion from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every day except Sundays and holidays when it is open from 4 W 5 P-". . Money order and Registry department open from 8 a. m, to S p.m. JOHN PYMM, Postmaster. V Thursday, May 28, 1896. 1 BbH iiimiiiiIMM II I HI " 'u ! '"TTWrifWItt-grm-. .,. I Sun-flay Service. I At r6t. George Tabernacle. Sundny, May 24, 1896. President D. D. McArthur stated that the resignation of' the tour Bishops of M St. George Words fa now Aeceptcd and James Andrus ha." been et apart as Bish- op of the St. George Ward ard is now M fully enPtnllod us such, and will now take I charge of the meetings on the Sabbath day. After the usual preliminaries, I EUlioi) James Andrus invited the four exbishop? to the S1 and, and Thomas Judd M thoretitinp Bishop of the Fi...

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 May 1896

mmmMmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmm feu IE9l iTiiummniriiiiniiiiiiHiirniTiiiri irrw ir imimmi iui in run luimiiiiinmg n VSHffKt " - ! - . ..i i m i i linn.., ,i i... ..,... HBf Written for Tun Union. HANDCART EXPERIESIGE. ijOllff Continued. mm One of thorn was named Cock- njm 1'oi't, the samo that shot and killed Htfl a good Latterday saint, in Walt H Lake City, whose name was Brown, jj about the year 1861 or 1862, for Sjl which he was executed. The other Bff was named Richardson and he If died a few years after he arrived mm here, leaving his wife in the 10th Mm ward of Salt Lake City, a miserable HH wretch We must now return to H the plains where we left our carts Wm 120 miles of our journey. After trav- jfjiKJ eling about 80 miles farther, we Mm came to Woe-driver. Here we MB found a few more dug-outs, and Mali we had to build a bridge over the IS water which, however, was narrow, Jffl so that we cat trees that were 3i close by and soon accomplished HI that task. Here I traded oft some mm of my...

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 June 1896

IBB BS iBB ft' r S i a H w b Y Tm t" HHT y"V Bir v P B U H m A B m H m y m T P h mu J3A m - - yy , H "" Jit "r Sfetlfl P l . . . '"IHB ri "FltM THE "'" AOQRN GROWS THE MA88TVI3 OAK.- " jI ",- St. George, WashingtonOo,Utali,"Tto.sda.Y, June 41 89fi. KTn .9 "'M '' PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Bfl hiiiiimiiiI iiiiwim" m i i ! ii mm i m Mniiiirinin K-" " - 1ejCrie Ciift, IX. D. John Ward Christiau. I CHRISTIAN AMD GLIFT, ,aBtto:r:o.yet,ft,raX-5iv7r7 Mi George and Beaver, Utah. .n,H " . H.Foster, George E. Lund. I Foster & Lynd9 k George ano Beaver, Utah. D.B ,David H. Morris, JdDSTY PROSECUTlXfi ATTORNEY Go to St. George poop. Store n.Bor your summer dres$es, shoes and Joining. nB The mercury was 83 on the 21st Blay, was 86 on the 22nd, was 87 on no 29th of May and 3d of June; was Boon the 23rd of May, was 91 on :,Bie 24th of May; was 95 on the. 2nd Bf June; was 96 on the 30th of May; WS97 on the 25 of May; was 98 on he 1st of June; was 100 on the 26th, 02 on. the 28th, and 104 on the27th Bf...

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 June 1896

MM L f H 1 i rpggts"lu.t Off I I HE UNI0.N.' jK.j I Published every Thur&ay,at SPm 0-eorge, "Washington Co., XJtaL jHjfl,' EDITUB ft PKOl'lUUIQR. HP TERM3 I? ADVANCS, gUi-lt io copy, one year, $L CO gk ,ie copy, elx months, .tfo 1&E ie dopy, three months, .45. K 4 SATHS OP ADVflaTI0IH&, JBBv' week i month': 6 months; o.'c vcar. BHff !io Inch, $i.oo. $'.75. $S.oo. $12.00. Pfjfll (column, 3.75. 5.50, 1300, 10.50. SjJP' (column, 5.00. 10.501 iy,sd. 2000. Iks!.1 column. 5,75. 17.00. 30,1)01 45.00. w$t ftarijocal notices in reading type ten fM.;J uib aline, each iunertlon. BVj fefNotices of art'lslea lost or found', p'; insisting of five linen or 1lms, will bo In pi jrted lor our subscribers, Iree of cnars?e. B i JjaTRates of other advertising furnished vm l amplication. Hi tiaP Wo respectfully request tluit con- K;j ;ibuto)s will himil in the general ruucl- jR mutter tluit they tle-sirc to tippum in ftlfv j.e ensuing issue, not Inter than Tues- W j iy morning, und local item...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 4 June 1896

lK- BISHHiJHHHBHHHHHH I Ts Unisn. I ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. 'I The mail from the north arrives every day except B Tbe mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives 'B every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon "I chv and Friday. lm '-f jie office is 0P.n from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every 9 jjjy except Sundays and holidays when it is open i'b fror-' 4 to S p m. ' M."".V order and Registry department open from lH Sa. m,tP5P' '" .: JOHN PYMM .Posltnaeter. fl Thursday, JunQ 4, 1896. 'K ii MimMnnm nwniinaiaini I 'Sunday -Services, I At Jt. GS-eorge Tauernacla. Sunday, May 31, 1896. :m After the usual preliminaries brother B Woolf spoke on the benefits of the Sb- B bath schools and that the children should B be taught, the principles of the gospel. B Spoke of the loving words that the Sa- B vior in his day, spoke to the Hephites on IB this contiuent, and said when we are en- ?B trusted with our children, who, in their B childhood are pure, how careful we B should be what we teach them and we ...

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 June 1896

- l Hi , I ; v HtJ: H H' Special Correspondence. If ' -.Salt Lake's Midsummer Carnival, B $, ; ,' SALt Lakic City, May 23, 1896. r! '' .Every man, woman arid child in h ) Utah can not help but be interested ftI J in the grand Midsummer Carnival, B - ,5 " to be held in Salt Lake City, July B , .;. 2d, 3d and 4th . The most extensive B h ,j preparations have been made for the is' Vl 1 greatest social and educational plea H . " tj sure out that ever transpired in the H j . 1 intermountain country. The origiri- V? al scheme was projected by- H. F. Bi'H&t" ! McGarvie, who largely helped to $kl ! make the Chicago "World's Fair 'nd M(w; i the San Francisco Midwinter Fair Hi;i'' ! sosuccssful. He laid his carnival H f4 '1 ideas before the Chamber of Com- BaT'h merce of Salt Lake, a meeting of H'M J ' citizens was called, and the scheme ll ' again rehearsed, and in less than llljl 1 two weeks' time the entire depart- I vff ' ' menta committees wefe appointed I'ffifH and the funds subscri...

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 June 1896

I H I FT! TT T71 TT IT T f 1CT ':' '' 'I 1 J , n Ti I 1 I I I B : ! wM 'wT "FKOM THE LTTTJLTC ACORN GROWS THE MASSTVE OAK' H 'BUs- ' " - ' '. f : : :" ' ."iL,1 ,', ' , .1 H MoL. 9. St, George, Washington Co., Utah, Thursday, June 11, 1896. No. 26. fl jS PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H jjiiMI HWlWrTI lMIHMIl in im mi i i n i hi SUrie Clift, LI- John Ward ChrisUau. 1 GHRIST1AH AND CLIFT, Rt- George and Beaver, Utah. B a h, Foster, George R. Lund. w Foster &, Lund, nKT. George and Beaver, Utah. iB I David H. iVlorris, VlfflTT PROSECDTlXG ATTORNEY list Gi-ooars, TXti3a.- "., L, im nil i miiMiAUarLMl m tjWMIlATD 18 KRAT J GoldWeddiHoRiNCB, M On hand, or made to order.Hl lsl Also Headache Powders, which Mure headache, neuralgia, Sciatic sfcains, &c, in a very short time. ipry them. JOHN PYMM, jKtf St. George, Utah. ( i ; , I Notice to Stockmen. ' Notice is hereby given that there lis a lot of Estray Stock running at large, Sotuhwest of Bloomington 'Band west of Price, and said stock are con...

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 June 1896

Wr If THE UNION. '-W-'i Published very Thursday at m,MJ I St. George, Washington Co., Utah, y5 by jfflHv 2Tom 'viz. Oaxjp exitery 'jH!j EDITOR & PROPRIETOB. M 'TERMS IN ADVANCE. JHN 'One copy, one year, $1.50. '9 One copy, six months. ,80. Jff J '-One copy, three months, .45. Bras i week; i month: 6rnonthB; o.-.e year. flHral ne nc'1 $too. $2.75. $8.00. $12.00. Wmm H column, a.75. 5.50: 13 ob. 19.50. JllJiJs J4 column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50. 29.00. flXgra 1 column. S.75. 17.00. 30.00. 4J.oo. IBS ftaTLocal notices in reading type, ten 'aUg cents a line, each insertion. '9BI JSTNotices of articles lost or found, Jml consisting of five lines or less, will be in fill serted for our subscribers, free of charge. 'SEli (JSTKates of other advertising furnished -jf$iij on application. IHR CSTWo respectfully request that con- HBjN trlbtttors will hand in the goneral read- wtiBA n mater tnftt tney desire to appear in JjfJvJ tne ensuing issue, not later than Tues- Wjmk day morning, and local i...

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 June 1896

I The Union. I -iMiHii mil iini till ii'iii'inviflrt"-'rl"rtTa mnonOE POST OFFICE. I ail from the north arrives every day except tatf'fi from pine Valley and the South arrives TbeSiiy and Saturday and leaves on Mon- B1 A TTridftY. ' 1 office is oppn from 7 fv-m. to 7 p. m. every :K Except Sundays and holidays w heh it is open ! ByJirfera'nd Eegistry department open from ' K m 10 P' m 'Br5, JOHN PYMM .Postmaster. I Thursday, June u, 1896. special Correspondence. Hit Lake's Midsummer Carnival. I saULake City, May 301896. I With the murder niystery of the decade and the ptfeat Midsummer Carnival on its hands, Salt Lake is, at present, a yery much agitated city. ' The manifesto is no longer discussed, and because of them peace again reigns in the camps of the Church and State disputants. And while the authorities' and newspapers are busy in attempting to solve the gruesome mysteries of the Scandinavian church horror, and to locate the perpetrator, Rev. Francis Hermans, our business men ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 11 June 1896

mftv ,';' mm VW J. 3Soo3c- 3Hul1o! HHL Said Mary to Johnny, "0, dear! . Hll ThiB piny is too polty and slow; H'lfjfSJ There's only one bubble-pipe here llj Oh, Johnny, plOuso, I want to bow H r "No, I'll blow them for you," said h H' Jp) "Just watoh, and you'll dee e?cry or HrW1' That letivea ult the labour to me, KjK While you will have only the fun. HffBji! Said Johnny to Mry, "Oh my! ' J!( That apple, so bite and bo bright I IBn 'ou cim' eslt b u if you try; w 'Oh, Mary i please I want a bite!" I Vm "No, I'll eat it for, you," said she, -?''' ' -"And show you just how it is done; I lilv ' tH'C0 u' ,l10 :lorJ yu 6eet Sffir" And,you will bave only the fun!" fl HANDGART EXPERIENCE. sMS Continued. w e were now between to Ik . and three hundred miles ( JBy our journey and our very ha: In! work gave us 'keen appetites ai I 111 we had used' up a good deal mo M; ' our ProviBins lan. ne distan I ,H I we had traveled justified, and f Sip though our provisions was rat ion RIM us ye we ia( o...

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 June 1896

n r 1 a f W i T f mr v -w I - ' 1 S j I I T i HT T- ' fl -w jTJ V Q f H H PROFESSIONAL CARDS. . a -' y Kredcrie Clift, IJ-. D. John Ward Christum. j(- CHRISTIAN AND GLSFT, St GEonuE and Beaver, Utah. ? lr O.H, Foster, Georgo R. Lund. Foster & Lund9 i St. George and Beaver, Utah, a . rr David H. IV8oriris9 I CODKTrPilUSCUTiX& ATTORiVBY WARATD 18 lUt s, " QoldWeddihcRincs, , On hand, or made to order.s)( te Also Headache Powders, which J11 cure headache, neuralgia, Sciatic 1( pains, &c, in a very short time. Try Ihem. JOHN PYMM, ai 24t St. George, Utah. a( n , Reduced rates fwF Mid-Summer Carnival, in Sal!; Lakenb City, July Second, Third and'T Fourth, -yill be made by Union Pacific System, making round trip rate only four dollars, from Mil ford to Salt Lake City and return. y( Tickets on sale July 1st, 2nd and 3rd, with returning limit July 6th. This i3 the lowest rate that has a ever been made. fs We said there was no Peaches in J town but we were mistaken, as Benjamin B...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 18 June 1896

Bfe?JF I Bm m THE "onion. Sflfltfj Published every Thursday at jMjff! 'Sfc. George, Washington Go.,, Utah, HM by & editor & tofofriUMi ok. Hlj TBRM3-IN ADVANCE. mMma One copy, one ypor, 4l CO ffigJU One copy, six months, . HSjf One copy, three mouths, .45. Wm BATES OP ADVERTISING. ESSOwlj I week; i month: 6 inoDths; o.-e vcinr. Hyffij .One inch, S.oo. $2.75. $3 00. $12.00. WBmti i column, 3.75. 5.50. 13 00. 19.50. HHf column 5.00. jo.50. 19.50. 2900. 1MB 1 column. . 75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. ffljBj JSTliOciil notices in reading type, ten WM 'cents a line, each insertion. HEE G&TNotices of articles lost or found, Wi conslstinR of five lines or lesn, will be in- W$M serted tor our subscribers, free of chariro. WM (BSrRatGS of other advertising furnished Wmm on application. WjM figjT'We respectfully request that con- W$f. tributors will hand in the general read- MM ing matter that they desire to appear in Hjgm the ensuing issue, not later than Tues- HH il? morninK Jin(l ocal...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 18 June 1896

"I The Union. J I ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. 81 H Theimiil from the north arrives every d:i except B TUe mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives H every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon- MM davn Friday. imSM the olhce is open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every eSlH dayxcept Sundays and holidays when it is open lltH froi 4 to 5 J'.m. tof-M Rl.."v order and Registry department open from m 8 a. m, 105 p. m. JOHN PYMM .Postmaster. mt m I 'ihursday, June i8, 1896. SB Written for The Union. I HANDCART EXPERIENCE. ill H Continued. B Although it looked unreasonable f fl in me to expect to catch a sheep I on the prairie, yet 1 started out, I and at the same time I offered up j I a fervent prayer to my Heavenly ? I Father and asked Him to assist me, B and the Lord really heard my B prayer, and the consequence was, it ral was not long before I was back to k B my cart, having the sheep with me, B and it proved to be a very fair B mutton. Thus the Lord heard and 3)B answered my prayer and gave...

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 June 1896

j- B i wyi Hp ' ing during his absonco, said ho llHf e we 0SP1 ftU( desir- Wj od to live his religion, but all could Upl see that bis spirit was bowtnl down Hp with grief caused by his severe ifflfftl affliction. IjBy , Monday, June 15, 10 a, m. 'Wmi Prest. -E. B. Snow sj)oke on the 'mmti two distinct imesthoods, snowing vSM the order of each and the duties of HBl j those who hold the same. BBjB ! Prest. A. W. Ivins, of the Mexi- Hfljj can Mission, said he had been RMi soufh of St. George among the S ! stock and found that the country Wjm " is in a dry, bari'en condition there IjHJI being practically nothing for the SB. stock to oat and scarcely wafer B , enough for them to drink. In all WM his experience in this country he JH; never saw the country south of mIj I nere i1 ie condition it is now, and ! unless tho Lord sends us rain to moisten the earth, there will be heavy losses in the stork interest I" of this vicinity. He delivered an interesting dis course on the restoration of t...

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 June 1896

I the union, i ' ' Mni PROFESSIONAL CARDS. i2H in Mamii " '' " rmnowiwmw mm ) Hjcric Cllft, LT-. D. John Ward Christiau. J CHRISTIAN AND GLIFT, georoe and Beaver, Utah. rH, - Foster, George R. Lund. Foster Sl Lund, george and Beaver, Utah. ),S David H. Morris? j flomPRUSECUTlN& ATTORNfcll V t. Geors? 0t23L- mw jiiiwiww miimiimiumi iij, . L WARRAXTID 18 RABAT' P? JjoldeddingRincs, Wd hand, or made to order. "IBS Also Headache Powders, which re headache, neuralgia, Sciatic ins, &c, in a very short time. y them. JOHN PYMM, Vtf St. George, Utah. M ' ' i W...P 1 1 im HWWWM ii i m Reduced rates for id-Summer Carnival, in Salt Lake ty, July Second, Third and urth, will be made by Union acifio System, making round trip ftte only four dollars, - from Mil rd to Salt Lake City 'and return. ickets on sale July 1st, 2nd and d, with returning limit July 6th. is is the lowest rate that has er been made. There were two meetings held the Court House last Saturday, me 20. The first was to nom...

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 June 1896

HH ' u Bfulll $ ' I ;i ''The uniom. HK ,'$ j Published every Thursday at H ' St. George, "Washington Co., Utah, He'-I I by Bi'J i aro, "VST", CJtacpoax-toa.-, H -J11 ' . EDITOB & PIIOPIUKIOR. I , , , TEEMS IN ADVANCE. B I j One copy, one year, $1.50 1 ; '4 a One copy, six months, .80 B ' '- , One copy, three months, ( .45. H ; : v I SATES OP ADVERTISING. H I ' III ' i week; i monthi 6 months; o.-.c year. H ' i h One inch, $1.00. 82.75. , 88,00. $12.00. m.hI if JSf column, 2.75. 5.50. oo. 19.50. H'v''ik S ' $4 column, 5.00., 10.50. 19.50. 29.00. j1.,Si 1 column. 8.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. B l ! 'i . SQirLocal notices in reading type, ten I'' I cents a line, each insertion. j. i USTNotices of articles lost or found, B consisting of five Jines or less, will be in- B ) ' I j serted Jtor our subscribers, free of charge. H .t , j 1 flJRatos Of other advertising furnished tf-Mi on application. i MW 'j BSgrWo Respectfully request that qon- ij j tributors will liand iii the' general read...

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 June 1896

I The Union. I g-p. GEORGE POST OFFICE. '9 the mail from the north arrives every day except TThXil frm Pi"e Vsll,ev aml the South arrives S irv Tuesday unci Saturday and leaves on Mon- m Sand Friday. m The office is open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every . ' cept Sundays and holidays when it is open A ff jUr'-v order and Registry department open from '3 JOHN PYMM .Postmaster. Thursday, June 25, 1896. H " iiimi in iiiiinirriMniiiiiBiiiMiiiMM i H MWT1',a i . ' - y I Sunday Services. I At iJt. George Tabernacls. H Sunday, June 26, 1896. V ( Elder Horatio Pickett was the I first speaker. Said in coming to V meeting he felt refreshed and knew M it is a duty accompanied with prom I jse, and if we will come to meeting I and partake of the sacrament and m perform our duty, God will bless us. ! Spoke of the neglect of many who I claim to be saints, in not coming to flj these meetings: Sometimes there ' are duties some of us have to per- I form and consequently we are ex- cusable. He asked the bl...

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 June 1896

Sh , - - 1 Burglary People of "Utah I plaintiffs, vs. . Hector C. Haight, B defendant. Said Haight is accused II of burglarizing the house of James m G. Stapley with intent to rape his M wife, on the night of June 9, 1896. El The case was tried before Justice James G. Dufiin, of Toquerville, David H. Morris prosecuting and H A Attorney George li. Lund looking m after the interest of the defendant. H After -his case was examined he j was bound over to await the action ii of the District Court at its Sep n tember term, the bonds being H placed at $300.00. The same be ll ing furnished, Haight was once ! more given his liberty. i! Married- Ih St. George, June I ( Q3rd, 1896, Donald Fuller and La- II vinia Angel, both of Leeds, Wash- II Uington Co., Utah. May their 11 v Vedded life be full of bliss. II Through sickness and the deser- H tion of one of our typos we are not l ' as, flush with reading matter this Bi week as usual. IS f Elder S H, Wells, who has $1 been on a mission to Texas,...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 2 July 1896

I I - - . ' it m I J k " i Warn . . iA nUB . -THE UN-IOH.. --I-1 I "From the jrmrc aookn grows-the mass'tve oak." : ' rf - jrj I &PI-9. St. George, Washington Co. Utah, Thursday, July 2, 1896. - "'" ' No. 9. '. If I '.- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I . Fredcrie CUft, Lt.. D. John Ward Christian. CHRISTIAN AND GLIFT, V -tto:r:o.ys-JCvfc-:Ejve7 h St George and Beaver, Utah. li. ' I O. H, Foster, George B. Lund f Foster & Lund, I St. George and Beaver, Utah. k David t'L Morris, CODSTYPROSECDTIXGATTOIIXEY , JSJt. Groorgo, TX-fcsfclx- hip i ii in n i , IYARRATED 18 KU1AT WQoldEDDINGIKGS, r On hand, or made to order.aX i Also Headache Powders, which oure headache, neuralgia,. Sciatic pains, &c, in a Tery short time. Try them. JOHN PYMM, 24tf St. George, "Utah. w&- Reduced rates for fsBsFSmSpm , Mid-Summer Carnival, in Salt Lake JSfM V iOIty, July -Second, Third and W' - Fourth, will be made by Union r, v.'' Pacific Systemjftnaking round trip I V- f' rate only four dollars, from Mil...

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

I THE UK IBM. H Publishod every Thursday at B St. George, Washington Co., Utah, H H EDITOR J: PKOPKIElOH. M TERMS IN ADVANCE. H Oue copy, one year, $1 50 H One copy, six months, .() H One copy, three mouths, .45. H HATES OF ADVERTISING. i week; i month; 6 month); o.-.e vc;ir. M One Inch, Ji.oo. $2.75. S8.no. $12.00. H V column, 3.75. 5.50. 13 00. 19.50. H f column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50. 29.00. B 1 column. 8.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. H JSJTLocal notices in reading type, ten H cents a line, each insertion. B USTNoticea of articles lost or found, ' consisting of Ave lines or less, will be iu- H serted for our subscribers, free of charge. H flSTRates of other advertising furnished H on application. H HEJT'We respectfully request that con- H tributors will hand in the general reatl- H ing matter that they desire to appear in H the ensuing issue, not later than Tues- H day morning, and local items not later H than Wednesday evening, of each week. H Address all communfeations to M THE UNION, ...

Publication Title: Union, The
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