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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 2 July 1896

mmii'-. n..n i.ui3ji;.rrrr.aa8jawiniwMiwwrawmiitiumMijai The Union. ' ' ... - - - -- t t 1 ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. The in.iil from the north arrives every diiy except . Tuesday The mail from Pine Vallev and the South arrives every Tuesl.iv and Saturday and leaves on Mon day and Friday. The office is op'n from 7 a. m. to 7 p. in. every day -xeept Sundays ami holidays when it is open froi" 4 to 5 M. in. Mwf'V order and Uejristry department open from 3 11. in, 10 5 p 111. JOHN PYMM .Postmaster. Ilmrri&ay, July 2, 1896. WMMmMM WM W1WUkMfKniCI(ISlBnMMinRI9IIIHMMMnBa $t!8ti ifoiy Services. At it. G-oorge TalDernacl:?. S unlay, June 28, 1896. Bishop Vndrus presiding. Rufus C. Allen was pleased to be counted worthy to be a member of the Church of Jesns Christ of Latter-day Saints. He desired to live in a way that he will be worthy of eternal life. Spoke of the faith of the saints anciently and if we 11 would live as we should we would be able to call upon the Lord and te . he would answ...

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

lit r. ' It r Celeste, Texas, 15 Juno 1896. H 7 Editor of the Union: H y grows tlie cotton and the corn, r where we are eating ripe penchos, I 1 potatoes, green corn, etc. Ab I sit I J in the eve at twilight and watch I the flash of ihe ligntning bug and listen to the shrill notes of the I I whip-poor-will, I can hear the I hunter's horn and baying of the j hounds as they pursue the coon and opossum. The farmer, too, j returning from his work joins in I the chorus by singing a religous I f melody or nore often a Negro hoe I down, all of which gives to the l sorroundings an air of contentment nud peace. But soon a dark cloud v ia seen rising in the west, which ; drives like a hellsent plague (as it : , is). Before it all joy, peace and H ' happiness departs, and a person is B soon convincced that this is also I the land of the cyclone. Soon all I eyes are upon it! Scared faces, I with paled cheeks and staring eyes are seen at every door and window. H J Some have storm houses dug be- ...

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 July 1896

I IP I I ILr T 1T T TIT '"' - ' m I i rni n I I B til I ",. --- - j j x a A Vf JL ll . H - In ,im -.. .'... 4 , ' ' ' wjfl I "FROM THE IA'VTUK ACOKN GROWS THE MASSTVE OAK." li 7- j ' H Ifoi. 9 A ' St- George, Washington Co., Utah; Saturday, July 11,. 18! No. 30. H (mij 1111 11 11 111 "i" i" "I " IIMMIIW PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Brittle Clift, IX. D. John Ward Christian. I CHRISTIAN AMD CLIFT, t Georue AtD Beaver, Utah. fl, Foster, George R. Lund. I Foster' & Lund, Kt. George no Beaver, Utah. I David Ha Rflorris, DDXTYPROSEOCTlXa ATTORNEY nt. George, TT-fcla.- LL MRHATED 18 KVUAT ,pGLDWEDB1NGR!fiGS' I On hand, or made to order. tr I Also Headache Powders, which fere headache, neuralgia, Sciatic pains, &c, in a very short time. fry them. JOHN PYMM, miii St. George, Utah. B . nil PIMM ll'IP t nth of July-: I Our Fourth passed off very pleasantly. I The raising of the Stars & stripes firing of cannons, and music by the Bands announced to the citi zensof this sunny burgh that the ...

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 July 1896

Hi ' THE UNION. H iff ' IL Published every Saturday at I Hi H oorSQ Washington Co., Utah If' 1 1 BY )tf KDlTOll A: 1'ilUJ'lUKiOU. fT ! ' TBRMo lis? ADVANCE. Bf'M Si Olio opyi on4 vear, $l 50 ij - I' Olit1 copv, six Hiou'hM, ,yo B FkI I RATES 0? ADVBaTBING. B a hj " i week; i inoiitli : 6niontli'; o.c vrsir ' ( m ,A"e 'nch S'.oo. S2'75- SSoo. So ' ' I VK,luniii, 2.75. 5.50. 1300. 19.50 H v J P ! v column, s.ofl. 10.50. 19.50. 2000 B " tti " 1! w" oww. .rj.. iff.B ji JSTLocal tiOiiccH In Veadio ljpo u B &fh H CKijtn a Jinn, each insertion. B Vf'1 iii flSTtfotlutis of nvti-ii'B loflt; or fnun- ' " ft 'Cwntistiuf? of tJvo Mn s ori'HH, will he ii l, h j Horrid (or our anobcrlhurH, frue of ennr B ili ' DSTKafcesof other advertising furmfi'jc fV M, F on application. B'Vl 'I JSWc respectfully request thiit 001 B',al'Iv' tributors will liaml in the-funeral rem H'tlft I i'1 mntt(ir lnHt tntv dh'O t uppenr i IIm1, rthe eiiBuin issue, not later than Tue. Br'l.'vl JlJr "Wiling, and local ite...

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 July 1896

1" The Union. 9 sT, GEORGE POST OFFICE. : The mail from the north arrives every day except M nftill from Pine Valley ami the South arrives fcryTups.liy ami Saturday and leaves on Mon- B "offirottppn fro-n 7 a. m. to 7 p.m. every m cept Sundays and holidays when it is open M fr,il"or(lerand Registry department open from H i in. if i P m JOHN l'Y MM .Postmaster. I 'Saturday, July n, 1896. I sue lay Services, I At it- George TaTsernacl. I Sunday, July 5, 1896. fl John T . Woodbury said he was I glad to see his old friends and ac- I nuaintances in St. George, and to greet and be greeted. Since he left W 5 years ago, he has taught school m one season in Farmingtcm and the I remainder of the time he has spent M in the Larter day Saints College, W and has enjoyed his labors very I much. He gave an idea of the modes of teaching school in the M large cities and compared them 'I with the same grades in the rural I districts, showing that the small I districts are not far behind the larger M o...

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 July 1896

M 1 1 S ILYER H TetomphanT! HI Bryan for President! !P Chicago Convention. Hi f 7, Hill defeated for temporary Kg j chairman, Daniels elected, he receiv- mmS ing a hundred and Seventeen major- ffljP ity. It is said that gold men's pro- H'lll ;! gram will be to vote solid for Patti- Bfr son an Bland and keep silent on Hi TO platform. $jil The Delegates were slow to assem Hili bele and convention was called to lli'i order at 12:50. Harrity reports lilP for temporary chairman. (cheer Ill j ing.) Hall, of Alabama, moves if I'll ' iat Daniels name be substituted for IjjIII' that of Hill, which caused immense iffiff ' ' demonstration. The vote resulted SBtfc 'n am'e's receiving 556 votes and iBB Hl11 343 Including Territories, lift aves 554, nays 354. Kl Official count stands as follows; lllff ' '356 to 349; not voting one. Hill Sjjffiijf did not vote. Daniels voted no. "Ml Daniels escorted to the chair and, !he made a speech in which he I 1' strongly advocated free coinage of ; b silver ...

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 July 1896

HH 1 I THE .UNION. i . lf fj "FKOMTHE"-lloolSTVKOAK,, ? ". I l?w St. George, WashinltpnCo., Utah7Saturday, July 18, 1896. wn m h I al PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ., ' i ftedcrie Clift, 1-f-. D, John ""Ward Christiau. 1 GHRISTIAt-ASO CLJFT, 'st. George and Beaver, Utah. o, H, Foster, George B. Lund. 9 Foster & Lund, DlBsTj GEORGE and BEAVER, UTAH. ) !l David H. Morris, "CODNTr PROSEGOTlKfi ATT0R1VBY 0t. George, TTtfbla.- I ummm is karat G6LDWEDDiKGRNGS' M On hand, or made to order.ffl si Also Headache Powders, which oil fcure headache, neuralgia, Sciatic -painB, fcc, in a very short time. -1 Try them. JOHN PYMM, mUtl' St. George, Utah. 1 House up Lot 1 For Sale: Known as the Blair place s Ion the northwest corner of 'Swiss block. For particu lars apply at Booth's Store. .Bl-tf. iComea,hungry8tarving Whn feed upon the Srj.1 and buy some nice new VVKU honey, (And then you'll be in the swim,) IFrom R. A. and George 'I Motfis,, St- George, Utah. j,ki. uly. Date. Day. Night. M Jfercury was: 1...

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 July 1896

HKX WwiijjjiimuJwiiiuuuiiuiiiwMiiiajuiBajii.iiiiijiMmiriuaxjwuwioii I the omen. W& Published every Saturday at H St George, Washington Oo., Utah, nl by n 3"os, JWm O0E,;jp:ra.,fco:3o mm EDITOR k, 1'ItOPUlKlOH. H TERM,-lit ADVANCE. Wm One copy, one yoar, $1.50. HU One copy, six months, .60 oj pue copy, three mouths, .45. H BATES OF ADVERTISING. m i week; i month : 6 months; o.-c vestr. H One inch, Si.oo. $2.75. $S 00. $1.2.00. Hjl V column, 2.75. 5.50. 1300. 19.50. jw column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50. 29 00. JBfl, 1 column. 8.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. In? JlLocal notices in reading type, ton J' cents a line, each insertion. Bf. flQTNotices of articles lost or found, mmiS consisting of five lines or loss, will be in- I . serted for our subscribers, Iroo of charge. HI flSTRates of other advertising furnished i on application. H Q'Wc respectfully request thnfc con- iK tributors will hand in the general read- flffi ing -mutter that they desire 10 appear in '111 the ensuing issue, not later ...

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 July 1896

I s ITnisn. I ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. I The mail from the north arrives every day except The mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives B every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon- Sav and Friday. The office is oiM'n from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every I dayxcept Sundays and holidays when it is open H frotf 4 to 5 P in' MwJffV order and Registry department open from I 8a.m,tcSP-m' JOHN PYMM .Postmaster. I Saturday, July 18, 1896. I gnnilay Services, I At Bt. George Tabernacle. I Sunday, July 12, 1896. I Bishop James Andrus presiding. I Elder Wm . H. Thompson said he I is always willing to perform his duty I in trying to benefit his brethren and I sisters in the gospel in trying to I teach them the truths of the gospel, I as, by so doing he is benefited the I most of any, for the spirit of God instructs both speaker and hearer. I He desired to so live that he will be I worthy to receive the blessings of I the gospel continually. He gave some good advice to the Latter-day Saints in rela...

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 July 1896

Hifl Serious Mishap- MM' Last Sunday, while Mrs. J . D. Page 9HS and Mrs. J . W. Lowe were out riding HH with some of their little children, KB! (j the team got beyond the centrol of HPjl tne driver at the, lower end of Main hJ I street, and in turning a corner the Rlfl wagon was upset and the occupants K1H thrown upon the ground. Mrs. RPfjf Lowe was injured on the collar bone ffifii anc ner ace cut anc bruised; Mrs. jjmm Page received injuries about the Bj face, and one of the children slightly BIH injured internally. The team jSffjf brought up against electric light HRi pole and was stopped. WBM All the injured persons are getting WK$$ along nicely, and no serious results jifjll are expected to follow. They es- BHi caped very luckily, under the circum Hjjff . ., stances. Mt. Pleasant Pyramid. I GORRESPONDENGE S Bunkerville, Nev., July 16, 1896. BMj We are having very hot weather MR just now. We had little rain last Hill : nlSn an to was accompanied with 1 HI severe lightning and 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 July 1896

professional cards. LrfeClifti LI- D Ward Christian. I CHRISTIAN AND GLIFT, H George and Beaver, Utah. 3, Foster, George R. Lund. Foster & Lund, tto:r:ysJafc"Ijrt7 Kgeorqe ano Beaver, Utah. B i s m- M H. Morris, nmr prosbodtibg'g attorney t. GrOOrgO, TJttXllL- LwMRAXTED 18 KARAT PQoldWeddincRings, H)n hand, or made to order.'S Also Headache Powders, which re headache, neuralgia, Sciatic ins, &c, in a very short time. Hythem. JOHNPYMIV:, At. St. George, Utah. House & Lot 1 For ale: Mnown as the Blair place n the northwest corner of Bviss block. F.or particu- Brs apply at Booth's Store. tf. ll Bome a11 ye y starvins ml ( feed upon the wind, mjrf and buy some nice new W honey, Hnd then you'll be ih trim,) iom R. A. and George BoiT.S 9 St. George, Utah. . fe- -- Date. Day. Night, aercurywas: 18, 100 63. f 19, 104, 61. 20, 106, 65. I 21, 101, 60. I 22, 92, 62. 23, 96, 60, 24, 97, 58. in fall was 8-10 of an inch. H it an Til. SSt02C3-ttlS0 Hiring the past week we have & ha...

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 July 1896

Iffijl -"'"' im ij.iiimwm minimi, -muiwiiimaRrBW i THE UNION. II Published every Saturdays! St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Hi by mm ' EDITOR & WtOPltlEi'OR. TERMS Ifl ADVANCE. 8n6 copy, one year, S1.50. ne copy, six months, .80 One copy, three months, .45. R RATES OF ADVERTISING Bl , , week; i month: 6 months; o.-.c year. mm One Inch, 81.00. $3.7$. 3S.00. $12.00. mm H column, 3.75. 5.50. 1300. 19.50. nx J4 column, c.co. 10.50. 19.50. 29.00. Iff I'column. S.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.60. ffig fiSTLocal notices in reading type, ten m cents a line, each insertion. i QSTNotices of articles lost or found, jl consisting of five lines or less, will be in- lli serted for our subscribers, free of charge. BSTRates of other advertising furnished wil on application. HI GWe respectfully request that con I tributors will hand in the general read ill ing matter that they desire to appear In IH the ensuing issue, not later than Tucs Sgf day, morning, and local items not later BM than, Friday eveni...

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 July 1896

JB M"f I I ' ' " ' l I'fc- "If I III I The Union. 9 ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. 'ttyH The mail from the north arrives every day except m Tuesday H The mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives JH every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon- H dav 3"J Friday. M The office is open from 7 a. in. to 7 p. m. every JfcH diiJr"xcePt Sundays and holidays when it is open feH frotj 4 to 5 )) m. itjjH jUr pv order and Registry department open from K 8 a. m, to S p.m. 1 B JOHN PYMM .Postmaster. Saturday, July 25, 1896. Sunday Services. M At Jt. George Tabernacle. H Sunday, July 19, 1896. 9 Bishop James Andrus presiding. I Bisliop Andrus read a telegram jl to pr3sident McArthur, stating I that apostle Abraham H. Cannon 'ffl died this morning. Funeral ser )im vice will be held next Sunday. I I A" ' riiis, president of the 'I Mexican Stake, said that wherever III the Latter-day Saints are as B temhled to-day, where there is ' selegraph communication, they n are in mourning over the death of apostle...

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 July 1896

BBS v" ' "" ' ! ii i i .i..M 1 CORRESPONDENCE HBw B Taylor, Arizona, July 13, .1896. B Editor Union : II Thinking an it'em from this part IH , of the country would be interesting 11 to your readers I thought I would Hi Write a comical occurrence, which M was the marriage of Wm. F. Butler IB and a lady by the 'name of Jewl. HI It is the largest wedding that has mm ''been in the territory, they being the H t'wpv largest people the territory is M ' honored with, ane they reside at H Pima, Graham Co. Wm. F. Butler M is 72 years of age and his wife 61, H . and after their wedding they walked S off as sprightly as though they were II fifty years younger. II Yours truly, 11 Wm. F. Butler Jr. H -'!. Rockville, Utah, July 16, 1896. II v Editor Union: H . On the eve of the 14th inst we El 'had one of the most terrific thun- Iil der storms that ever visited this mm section of country. Wm In this city the water ditches Wm are all filled nearly full of mud Im and debris, the flumes are all taken...

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 August 1896

1 i ti JtL u 1 1 ( J N I jlgj. SiGeorge, Washington 5M7 7' I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. lIBfredcrie Clift, LI-. D. Jo Ward Christiau. "I CHRISTIAN AND CLIFT, st. George and Beaver, Utah. Bo, H, Foster, George R. Lund. I Foster & Lurid, St, George and Beaver, Utah. I David H. Morris, IfllinTTPROSEODTlKe ATTORNEY hSt. G-eorge, XJtevln.- I LjARRAXTED 18 K4RAT P QoldeddingRings, I On Jiand, or made to order. f8 I Also Headache Powders, which . cure headache, neuralgia, Sciatic (pains, &c, in a very short time. Try them. . JOHN PYMM, Jmtit St. George, Utah. House up Lot 8 For Sales JllKnown as i'lie Blair place on the northwest corner of Swiss block. For particu- llars apply at Booth's Store. flu.tr. Coine a11 ye hungry staryins Q. and buy some nice new honey, And then you'll be in trim,) rom R. A. and George Morris 8t George, Utah. Wuly. pate. Day. Night. M Mercury was : 25, 84, 52 . " 26, 92, 55. 27, 95, 53. ! 28, 98, 57. M 29, 97, 52. rifl 30, .97, 49, 31, 102, 52. jaain fall was 65-...

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 August 1896

kilBB , a - - i '' n -V BR i. " '! r T ' SB nf. tt .. ..'? . . V6 fiir. ' J,Z?'i ' I THE UNIOiJ. Eff "V Published every Saturday at IB St George, Washington Co., Utah, pa - ,BY IS ,-. . EDITOR ft FItOPItlE TOR. B iERMS-m ADVANCE. S Gilo copy, onfe year, ' $1.50 ftS One copy, six months. .60 Ep tyne copy, three months, .45. if . RATES OP .ADVERTISING. RRj ; t week; i month: timonthu; o.-c vear. L2JK OneJinch, $.oo. $2.75. . ,$S.oo, gfr.oo.. K column, 3.75. 5.50. 13 00. ip.50. column, s.00 10.50. 19.50. 2900. fS 1 column. s.75. 17.60. 30.00. 45 rjjw ft2TLocal notices In reading type, ten fcnts'a line, each insertion. II JH-Notlcea of articles lost or found, Mm fonfistinR of five lines or less, will be in- S tferted tor our subscribers, free of chsw?e. . m ,. f3FRatef of other advertising furnished m a application. I x f&TWG respectfully retyicet that con- tribqtors will hand in the, general read B ing matter that they desire to appear in fl ,, the ensuing issue, not later than Tue...

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

M , """""""i p ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. B The mail from the north arrives every day except H Tffle'iTjail from Pine Valley and the South arrives I B vcry Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon- B,!.iv and Friday. Wk The office is open from 7 a. in. to 7 p. m. every . . B Jiyxcept Sundays and holidays when it is open nB Froij 4 t0 5 P nu $ B Mwiv order and Registry department open from B JOHN PYMM .Postmaster. offj H I Saturday, Ang. i, 1896. B hi - " ""- " """"-""-"r-miirnminm-m i I SwMSy Service. B At tit. George Tabernacle. , .B Sunday, July 26, 1896. ' I Bishop James Andrus presiding. ' Councilor Edward H. Snow read 17 I atl bituary as published in tte Des- B eret News on the death of Apostle B Abraham H. Cannon. 6r B ,B Elder James G. Ble.ak read from 1 I the vision in the Doctrine and Cov B enants as given to the prophet Jo B seph Smith. Said although apostle B Abraham H. Cannon wastheyoung ts.B est of all the apostles, yet he' was B the first to be called to pass beyond B the v...

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 August 1896

m Bit H JB X Xj "7" DES 3E . H What's all this fuss throughout the H land? H These big conventions (ropes of IB sand), El These noisy conflicts, hand to hand? EI . Why Silver! BE Who made this shrine where souls M are bought? HI K America's great Juggernaut, B The nation's all absorbing throught H Why Silver! KB If I were Czar, or else Czarina, ffi I'd "bust" this God, great Silverina, IB It makes men mean and gold bugs H meaner This Silver! i I What makes the gold bugs Yell so I loud, H While worshiping their golden god? U They're scared they'll need a silver IB shrond 9 Hurrah for Silver! H Who'sJ going to steal the Country's H Wealth? H The Crawling goldbugs Yes by I Stealth; H 'Rough on rats" might help their il health urn Hurrah for Silver! jl Can't gold bugs see they're willing jl tools? m Supinely duped by British rules; K The Silver men are not such fools H . Hurrah for Silver! jB, , There's gold a plenty in the land 9r , And silver piled in mountains grand: m , -Why should ...

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 August 1896

BMKHMMKIMKMKIMB ol "HP TJ T?- TT ht t r if t - ill wl . :- x x&-i' -J Am X V 1 . " ij arm aB Kr, ' - J wlvi! -f ' FROM THE "T AO- - fcl "I 5aasi8Broi.. "Si ial J - -v . - mW PROFESSIONAL CARDS. OnljMjcrieCIift, LL. D. Jo Ward Christian " I CHRISTIAN AND GLIFT, ' ft- George and Beaver, Utah. ib H08tcK ' ' .. GeorgoB.Lund. Foster & Lund, &tto2rx.ys,":OaTO u Br, George and Beaver, Utah. )tjl David H. Morris, ft'lDITy PROSECUTING ATTORNEY H . , Wt. G-oorgo, TJtls.-' DPB . . - .V . ., : v- vS .'atoWBIMIIIII 111 HIWMM BMaB3J fWARRAWlDpRAT. JJMOn hand, or made lb orde!$p8( Also HeadaciieFders&ohi JRure headache, neuralgia: Sciatic nam-- p - ' '."'' 'iw ,&- "jams, &c, in a. . veryshort$time. JRyfliem. JOHN PlffiM, aiMM , v 4' St. Georgeftah.1 ifcome -H .JUK r feed ugon -trie wind;' fill I Iff -iiSFi't-T' " f. " Mr ' v. "iPJtfV. '. '-". '. HnrA rand, buyligoniemce new And then you'll Winjtrim;) From R j af J CJeorge iBMoffTis &eorse an August Date. Day. Night. Mer...

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 August 1896

1 I I jmBBi!lManiffiiiiMiiiwiiMiiCTaniiM the aman. I Published every Saturday at I St. George, Washington Co., Utah, 1 ey t EDITOR & PKOPRIEiOR. ; TERMd IN ADVANCE. '. One copy, one year, $1.50. One copy, six months, .tfO , One copy, three months, .45. RATES OP ADVERTISING. i week; i month: 6 months; ore year. One inch, $1.00. $2.75. $S.oo. $12.00. J column, 2.75. 5.50. 13 00. 19.50. . Si column, j.oo. 10.50. 19.50. 29.00. I 1 column. 8.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. ! JSTLocal notices in reading type, ten 0(;nts a line, each insertion. flSTNotices of articles lost or found, consisting of five lines or less, will be in serted tor our subscribers, free of charge. AST-Rates of other advertising furnished on application. A "Wg rcHpeetfully request tlmt con tributors will hand in the gonenil rend ing matter that they desire to appear in I the-ensuing issue, not later than Tues- I day morning, and local items not later 1 than Friday evening, of each week. B Address all commnnfeations to I ...

Publication Title: Union, The
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