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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 8 August 1896

5 The Union. JIMST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. SB The mail from the north arrives every day except oi&'M; The mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives toiJBvery Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon ro2Kav and Friday. flKThe office is open from 7 a. in. to 7 p. m. every JiBivxcept Sundays and holidays when it is open "rotMto5 P.m. ikH jiiff v order and. Registry department open from Ba. m.tosp. m. W JOHN PYMM .Postmaster. ' I Saturday, Aug. 8, 1896. I SONG- OP SILVER. H BY JAMES B. GOODE. Tell us not in mournful numbers, jjH Life is but an idle dream; H For we see that wealth controls us R.B And we are not what we seem . orB Rights that once our statutes gave us, lH Now no longer can we claim ; H For the shylock buys conventions H And the candidates doth name. H What are we that we should grumble, S O'er the platform that he writes? H Tis the task of common people, .H To believe what he indites. Cringe, ye slaves, for all street H shylocks V Have the g. o. p. in hand; You must vote...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 8 August 1896

li mmtvmnmVi, I SSt t ' Miiiiiujiuia)iMiiMnrinwrEKff.jaMfi K fflBf . ' ' ffllmr 'Written for The Union. IJI' HANDCART EXPERIENCE. hhSF ne rs sns sns was Not married and had a family of his own. I JBft "er two sons anc some others vent IS back to look for the missing lady Iflrap. . and continued (heir search until late IjHjJpi at night without finding her. Next wS&: morning quite a number went back Mf" to look for her and Camp laid over MjJP; again that day, making good 'use of iBp the time, washing their clothes. jH$. Toward evening 'the searchers re- Ep turned without obtaining any 'tidings BRy of sister Wilson, and she had not Hg' returned to where we met the small WBm company traveling east, but they IBH found a pair of old shoes set by side fll! of the rdad and her sons said they HHp belonged to their mother. So the Mum tw0 :sons and those who were with (HI them, came to the conclusion that aflS she had gone back with that com- w$$m pany, and had set the old shoes Ifjcij bes...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 15 August 1896

LTHE. UNION... -, "FROM THE r riri " H I01"9, St. George, Washington Co" TTfh t0T5 1 7 ' I I - . B 0-' utah' Saturday, August 15, 1896. vsn ok professional cards. MaiBMWWWMBWwwwmwjmimH n.u nn mum 'rieClift, IX. D. Jo Ward Christian. I CHRISTIAN AND CLIFT, georce and Beaver, Utah. .Foster, George B. Lund. Foster & Lund, oeorge and Beaver, Utah. David H Morris, hrPI0SE6DTIK6 ATTORNEY t, G-oorgOi, XTtlx. Elliam p. kmox, A.tto2r3a.03r-,tXjiL-7", BEAVER, UTAH, Will practice in ail the courts of the State. Hoi LwiUIIIAMED 18 KARAT IF (JoldKIeddincRincs, n hand, or made to order. "K Also Headache Powders, which re headache' neuralgia, Sciatic ins, &c, in a very short time. ythem. JOHN PYMM, m St. George, Utah. Iaiyia all ye hungry starving , unit; souls, wJ r feed upon the wind, Ja and buy some nice new 1 W . honey, Bnd then you'll be in trim,) omR. A- and George Ho )Tis St. George, Utah. t Br 3 . fgpst Date. Day. Night. : fecurywas: 8, 100, 50. I 9, 103, 50. I 10, 104, 52. I 11, 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. — 15 August 1896

Ittf jmrm ' HH I ,v. t "S KDfilS WT , -rrnifimwi mmii ! i hiiihiumim man lwimrnm irrtrinrmMrrnwi.iii I THE UNION. HI Published every Saturday at N Si George, Washington Co., Utah, Sffl BY IK EDITOR , PltOPitlEJLOIl. II TERM3.--Jtf ADVANCE. BR One copy, one year. $1.00 n Oue copy, six months, .ft) B8 One copy, three mouths, .45. UJ BATES OP ADVERTISING. H91 i week; i month : 6 monthu; ore vcar. Mm nc inch $i.oo. $2.75. $8.00. $12.00. Ng column, 3.75. 5.50. 1300. 19.50. Mm W column, . c.oo. 10.50. 19.50. 29.00. w&jj 1 column. 8.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. Elf JSTLocal notices in reading type, ten 11 cents a line, each insertion. Kii flSSTNotices of articles lost or found, iLfi consisting of live lines or leap, will be in- Rj eerted for our subscribers, free of charge. M ffSTRatos of other advertising furnished mm on application. fllj DSTWo respectfully request that con- Mm trlbutors will hand in the general read- WW in; matter that they desire to appear in Iggj the ensuing issue, not...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 15 August 1896

gSSSS! saa,. ft I I The Union. I st. GEORGE POST OFFICE. H Tj,e mail from the north arrives every day except 'roe mall frm P'me'Vsilley and the South arrives ILerr Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon- ivand FrWay. The ofiice is oi)n from 7 a. m. to 7 p. tn. every dayxcept Sundays and holidays when it is open Bfrort1 4 to 5 p m. Mk""V or"er un( Registry department open from $a.m,ioSP-m- JOHN PYMM .Postmaster. I Saturday, Aug. 15, 1896. I Sunday Services. I At Bt. George Tatoernacla. I Sunday, Augnst 9, 1896. R Bishop James Andrus presiding. I Elder George F. Miles who was I lately called on a mission, said he I was desirous of doing all the good I he can, as he joined this church for I the love of the gospel, and my mind I is set to do what I am called to do. I I am satisfied this is what we all should do. Elder Samuel H. Wells, 'who has I just returned from a mission in Texas, said he considered it a mis- fortune for any young man not to I be called on a mission, for it is one of...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 15 August 1896

KB Written for TiIe Union. B HANDCART EXPERIENCE. IB When Mrs. Wilson was found she w told the following story concerning 1 the troubles she had passed through ffl during her absence from the train. fl She saw some wagon tracks turn M off from the main road and supposed IB they .would come to the road again 11 .thinking that it was a cut off. She H followed those tracks until she lost 3 her. way entirely, and wandered on v until late at night, when she found S some men camped in a tent, who had a number of horses herding. f They gave her something to eat, t and while she was eating they talked all manner of meanness and what j tjiey would do with her, -until she I! . was nearly scared to death. They 1 1 ' were drinking and gambling. Fi-1 tl nally one young man made signs to 1 her and got her to go out and he f j soon followed her. He put her on i a horse with him and rode off with j her quite a distance and put her on H a road that led to another camp where, he told her, she would b...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 22 August 1896

I HUB k j Y lm Y TT yX ir nr K I I 1 in R i I H ffi B m 'I J 1 11 Jjj I i I 1 ! J ' a JL V X I J Vot-9. eorge Washington Cj 1 " .. I 'sefl PROFESSIONAL CARDS. FredcrieClift, I-f-. I. John Ward Christiau. J CHRISTIAN AND CLIFT, St.Georue and Beaver, Utah. fl fflfl O.H, Foster, George R. Lund. 4 Foster & Lund? 'fl St. George ano Beaver, Utah. cefl ' m David H. Morris, nlCDDHTYPROSBGIlTlXG ATTORNBT I 3t. George, TTtla... nM will: am p. zhoz, r"fl L.ttoX3t3L03r-,-t-Xji.Tr, BEAVER, UTAH, efl tJ"Wlll practice in all the courts of the State. H - ! -'! ! ll. M I JMRRAXTED 18 KARAT J" ColdWeddincRincs, On hand, or made to order. aj&y I Also Headache Powders, which cure headache, neuralgia, Sciatic i: pains, &c, in a very short time. I Try them. JOHN PYMM, M St. George, Utah. C0me fjkl J Wfin ee( uPon ie wn flnh-fc an& buy some nice new JU noney j'l (And then you'll be in trim,) iFromR. A. and George cj Morris, st- George utalL fl ! i August Date. Day. Night. I Mercury was: 15...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 22 August 1896

w 1 T liE UHIOH. HI 19 Published every Saturday at H St. George, "Washington Co., Utah, j BY P EDITOR & PKOPItlKiOIl. II TBRM-litf ADVANCH, 1 One copy, one year, $1.50 9 One copy, six months, . .80 jj Out copy, three mouths, .45. M RATES OF ADVERTISING. HB 1 week; i month: 6montliH; o.e vcr. WM One inch, $i.oo. $2.75. $S.oo. S12.00. mM column, 2.75. 5.50. 13 00. 19.50. WM ? column, 5.00. io.tjo. 19.50. 2900. M 1 column. S.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. lm JftSTLocal Dotict'S In reading typo, ten ifl ciits a line, eaqh insertion. ffS ff&TNotices of articles lost, or found, Wm conniHtiug of live Jiiio or less, will be iu- Wm sertod lor our sutiscriiiers, free of charge. ilM AST" Rate of other adveitibing furnished mm 011 application. E'We respect-t'itlly request tluit eon Ill tributors will hand in the general read jmm ing matter that they desire to appear in mm the ensuing issue, not later than Tues Wf, day morning, and local items not later B than Friday evening, of each week. WM ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 22 August 1896

111 Thz Union, fiM ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. VB The mail from the north arrives every day except itj Tuesday. US Toe m ul from Pine Vallev and the South arrives ' everv Tucs'luy and Saturday and leaves on Mori- H dav and Friday. H The office is open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every Jiy except Sundays and holidays when it is open frni 4 t" S P- " . . , , Mvr-'V order and Kejristry department open from Sa. in,icS P '" JOHN PYMM .Postmaster.' Saturday, Aug. 22, 1896. II Siamilay Services." JM At Jt. George Tabernacle. I Sunday, Augnst 16, 1896. I Bishop James Andrus presiding. OliI Pi'est. Daniel D. McArthur al(I sa e ia keen UP ie river as r far as Springdale and found good feeling prevailing among the peo '? Ple generally. The floods had , ' done a good deal of damage. One ' I brother in particular had lost his all. He related some very curious )m incidents connected with the do ll ings of the flood. , Ho related incidents in his ' early experience in the church of I Jesus Christ of Lafte...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 22 August 1896

RJ Written for Tim Union. H HANDCART EXPERIENCE. Em Some of our company had their 92 ' fonives, forks, spoons &c. on the mk ground, eating their scanty U morsels, and when the Indians ffia came up to us they gathered Ijl around and would steal different 51 articles right from before our face Ha and eyes, and it seemed as though JH they were witches in very deed, 11 for no matter how many watched 1 them they would steal everything jj.f they could touch, that was small Ijl enough to cover up. Although we Ijl had travoled a good days journey igfl and it was then nearly sun down, fjl in the long days of July, and 16 SI miles to the next water, yet we Ell decided to travel on. This time Iji the Captain had the handcarts go gl fiist and the wagons follow. 3j When the Indians saw us start M out, they got mad and done all p they could to hinder or stop us. 11 Some rode their horses in front f of us, some on each side,- and some 1 behind. 1?hey did not shoot, but Wm they done almost ever...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 29 August 1896

1 r ! I pi M j Vol.9. JiOeorge, Washington CMMay. August 29. 18. Tir OT . I 555B PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ttrB M1HMlltlMI II ,, NoB frccJcrie Cllft, LL.D. , John Ward Christiau. J CHRISTIAN AND CLIFT, iiiiibIst George and Beaver, . Utah. temB 0. H, Foster, George B. Lund. lJ Foster & Lund9 st. George and Beaver, Utah. I David H. Routes, cODNTYPAIISEOUTiKfi ATTORNEY fl Jj WILLIAM T. ZXTOZ, 'pyj BEAVER, UTAH, 2d I 5"wlll practice in all the courts of the State. H BMHII . Sel s J August Date. Day. Night. jni9 Juerciiry was: 22, 99, 58. I 23, 88, 47. officii 24, 95, 51. r.ol . 25,: .101, -..a4& tin, 26, s 104, -. 65. 1 , - 27, . 90, 54..' ynl . ' .28, , 73, 5.5; "Sain Jail was lh inches. . . V'. " fl FH'5t C1&SS dr'ed "Peaehefs a're for , UsalS by FY. -jorse Jr.,' St.;-George, Utah. .' '. .'' IB ' T ., : ;. , -Our editor Jias been tied to' the job room this wee,kj and in the in 1 terim our friends have' not favored I us with any locals. . ' I Ml Perfection Onion Seed. Grown from ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 29 August 1896

FT I THE 01210 IS. B Published every Saturday at H St George, Washington Co., Utah, H BY EDITOK & EltUFltlJfilOIl. TBRMd IJST ADVANCE. H One copy, ono year. $1.50 H One copy, six months, 0 B One copy, three months, .45. RATES OP ADVERTISING. B I week; i month : 6iuomUih; o.-.e year. H One inch, $1.00. $2.75. $S 00. $12.00. jH column, 2.75. 5.50. , 13 '9-SO' H $4 cohunii, 5.00. 10,50. 19.50. 9 00 JOB 1 column. 8.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. IB ggjrLocaL notices in reading typo, ten B cents a lino, each insertion. IB fi&TNOtices of articles lost or found, l conftistinf? of live linos or less, will be in- 1;K sorted lor our subscribers, free of charge. IjB fflSTBatofl of other advertising furnished HB en application. MB GSfWe rcBpcclfiilly request that con IB tributoro will hand in the general reud vjm ing, matter that they desire to appear in SIB the ensuing issue, not later than Tues HH day morning, and local items not later liS - than Friday evening, of each week. KB Address all...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 29 August 1896

I On the 5tli we met a company J 0 whites on their way to the ? States, going by way of Salt Lake -.ifrl City. A halt was made for an JJ I hour, when letters were written by JJ our men to their friends. I pen- a thj oilecl off a few lines to my wife. ft9 The next day our camp was LAttB visited by Indians and the Chief ' 1 had a paper asking for pay for I traveling through his country. I Captain Smith gave the Chief and I men some flour and to each of I them he gave a shirt, which I pleased them and they departed, El apparently well satisfied. I Beaching Stockton Springs, we halted for a short time unhitched m and took lunch. Here we found I the grave of Brother Leonard, ACM who was shot at this place by the OUfB Indians a few years since. Vim AVe pass a great many wagon - I tire lying by the way. Made to I about 18 miles today and camped St9 at Gravelly Ford. Some of the 1. I hoys sold a give out ox to .an I .Indian for two dressed buckskins. Sw Wednesday 10th. This morning I some I...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 29 August 1896

Wat Written for Til k Union. HANDCART EXPERIENCE l Her parents nt once made nr- D rmigoraeiits tor a nurriuge and our H Caxiniu performed the ceremony, M which rmide the twain one nVh. II While Ihia was going on and our H company stopping on the bnnk of D the stream, 1 noticed two strangers M walking around from one enrt to mm another and at length they came to H my cart and stopped and to m H surprise one of them called me by H name. They were two men who H had lived in the same place that I H had left only a few months before. H They left one year before I did, to H go to California, but had found II profitable employment at that place El and slopped. About th,e first ItB thinrr t.liov Rm'rl avhr that thfiv understood we were out of provisi- mm ons. I -told them we were. One Ml of them said "Wq we keeping a H station there, in that house," at II the same time pointing to a house B a short distance away, and said, II "you come with us," and, turning II to my wife said "we will send...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 5 September 1896

JjTHJMJN-1 0 N . I Jj-No. 38. St. OeorgeasHngtou CSSie, 1896. TERMS V; 1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. lDMre5cricClift, LL. D. John Ward Christian. j CHRISTIAN AND CLIFT, At George and Beaver, Ut;,i$ Hj, H.Foster, George R. LurfcL Foster & Lund9 v St, George and . Beaver, Utai I -David H. Morris, "WWTYPROSEODTlKfl ATTORNEY iiMst. Goorg, TTtA... eML f J7HLLIAM F. ZHOZJ I BEAVER, UTAH, H rj-Will practice in all the courts of the State. ta.fim Bl jMiuiiiwpi'in mm iiiiiihuiiihi ihiiibiwiiii hjji 'August Date. Day. Niglm I jlfercury was: 30, 92, 57. 31, 95, 55.1 Sept. 1, . 94, 50. x I 2, 96, 5o. 3, 99, 54 ;e 4, 100, 6o. On account of an extra amount :Moi Job Printing this-week. and rly one Press 'to do the work,' we are considerably behind. Now is a good time for all our subscribers who. are in arrears, to aid us to get another Press, by paybgup. If you can't get the Cash, we will take the products of Jltlie country at the highest market cash valuation, and the payments ill be appreciated. 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. — 5 September 1896

f THE UNION. (' Published every Saturday at mi) A St. George, Washington Co., Utah, I .1 ' I EDITOR fi PROI'ltlElOll. mh; TERMS IN ADVANCE. w" One copy, one year, $1.00 $' , One copy, six months, .80 t One copy, three months, 40. I ; ' f RATES OF ADVERTISING. Hi & i week; i month: 6 monthu; oevear. 1 I ' 'One Inch, $i.oo. 2.75. $8.00. $12.00. ;iy , column, 2.75. 5.50. 1300. 19.50. Hlf, ' column, c.oo. 10.50. 19.50. 29,00. Ak 1 column. 8.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. mm l agpLocal notices in reading typo, ten ' ' ) cents a line, each insertion. H BQTNotlces of articles lost or found, ' ' consisting of Ave lines or less, will be lu ll ! sorted for our subscribers, free of charge. E' Y (QRatcs of other advertising furnished on application. H . C'We respectfully request thnt con Hi trlbutors will hand in the gonenil read Hi in matter that they desire to appear in m tho ensuing iesue, not later than Tues H day morning, and local items not later H than Friday evening, of each week. Hr ; ' ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 5 September 1896

If he U'riion. KTgeokoe post office. M from the north arrives every day except "'V,1 frnm Pi'1? Viil!eV:ind- llm South nrrivos 'slAV'.md Saturday and leaves, on Mon- lffii'uonpn from 7 a. n. t"7 P-.tn. very e,t Sundays and holidays when it is open I JjrTi'ul Registry department open from ft lOIIN" I'VMJI .Postmaster. fctriraay, Ssp. 5, 1896. ft CPl W W iJUli. i to MB I, St. George, Utah, op August 05, -the in f ant child of 'Charles and Minnie J. P. Church, pass lav. It was born at Panguitch, l mi the 19th of. June,' 1896. William T.ang, who was borne 1st 6, 1826, passed away on Sep ber 1, 1896. He was born in land and joined the Church of l Christ of Latter-day Saints in lativelandin May 18,59; came Btah in 1852, and-came to St. tBrgein 186 1, He was among first who laid out and made the len Ditch, which caused so much labor from whioh so many.'be fle disheartened and left in dis r. He also took an active part Sany of the arduous labors which early settlers of this barren I Land ha...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 5 September 1896

K ' ' B-jI" ' -A.30L OrdLlx3.a3i.oo. fM AN ORDINANCE definining the - M J ifooundaries of Judicial Precincts H fe'lj . sand School Districts in Washington I m'M: Xqunty. I lt tr The board of County Commission- i-I,i ' ' 'ers f tne county of Washington do ' '?4 ' ordain ats follows: That the county f''fj . .of Washington be and is hereby de- tji ' tfided ihto precincts for judicial and . fi.r ". .,. ' school purposes and numbered, ! "''J' bounded and described as follows: fy, 'to wit. y Shonesbubg PllEOINOT. )," Commencing at the N. E. corner . fM of Township 42 South of Range 10 .M;i West of Salt Lake Meridian, and K Ssif running thence West, four miles to j W'$ V the N. W. corner of section 4 of JJt't ' said Township and range, thence l W South one mile; thence West one IffilL . .,niile; thence South three and three ' SH'' fourths milcs;thence East five miles tlfff , to the county line; thence North HI ' ur- ncl'tnree fourths miles to place ' ImI? . beginning, to be known as Pre-1 ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 12 September 1896

THE UNION. J EE MA88IVI. OAK.- H 1 Vol. 9. No. 39. St.( JpBiB PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 5 J I Frederic Clift, J- D. John Ward Christian. I CHRISTIAN AND CLIFT, I st George and Beaver, Utah. m 0. H, Foster, George B. Lund. I Foster & Lurtd iff st. George and Beaver, Utah. I David H. Morris, I COUiVTY PR)SE(3UTL( ATTORNEY I WILLIAM P. ENOZ, 2wfctc:r,:ai-3rra3Ljx, 1 BEAVER, UTAH, tfWill practice in all the courts of the State. I 35-tim Hj i i.. ,-..-1 M. .. , .... --- - - rj ietol e' Date. Day. Night. .Mercury was: 5, 98, 59. 1 6, 95, 55. ml 7 95' 54- ICf 8, 95, 62. I 9, 90, 55. I 10, 87, 43. 3 '11, 88, 43. )7 - Oo-otxvfcc 2EBroooc2Li2XSs- Fifth Judicial District, Washing hm ton County, State of Utah. Septem ilm ber Term, 1896 . The following is the business at I tended to, up to date. I In the matter of the Estate of 1 Aholphus R. Whitehead, deceased, 1 hearing of final account and petition m granted for distribution of property. I In the matter of the Estate and 1 Guardianship of the m...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 12 September 1896

MR tMHlW t 111,1 I IIIIIIIIMMMII i mi 1 I THE UNION. Wk Publishod every Saturday at B St. George, Washington Co., Utah, B EDITOR & PROPltlKfOR. TERMci IjlST ADVANCE. H One copy, one year, $1.50 m One copy, six months, .80 H One copy, three months, .45. H HATES OF ADVERTISING. HH i week; i month: C months; ore year. B One inch, $i.oo. $2.75. $8.00. $12.00. EH ft column, 2.75. 5.50. 13 00. 19.50. jh 'A column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50. 29.00. I IH t column. 3.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. liH J&Local notices in reading type, ten IB cents a line, each insertion. H flSTNotlces ot articles lost or found, IJM consisting of Ave lines or less, will be in- ft 3IK akvfjH l.t nnt an l-tjf Wiifu fViij rtf nlmrfrn Bfti QSTRates of other adveitising furnished WM On application. HI HSzT'Wo respectfully request that con- mffll tributors will hand in the general read- mjm ing matter that they desire to appear in mm the ensuing issue, not later than Tues- KhS day morning, and local items not later mm th...

Publication Title: Union, The
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