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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 12 September 1896

I The Union. '8 I ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. I T,en)iul from the north arrives every chiy except a, .pie mail from Pine Valley and the outh arrives B 'rv Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon "" Sir and Friday. m, B The oflW is open from 7 a. in. to 7 p. m. every ffli yxce;)t. Sundays aud holidays when it is open ttlth' H ffMw'"v rt'er U,rt Reffistrv department open from UL0r:B 8a.ffl.p5P'n- i M JOHN PYMM .Postmaster. I Saturday, Sep. 12, 1896. . I Sua flay Services. I At ;it. George Tatternaclj. ' 1 1 Sunday, September 6, 1896. ' J I Bishop James Andrus presiding Elder S. L. Adams said that as a y, rale the aged portion of this com- I munity received this Gospel in lands lt I far off, and after they have received 3r I the Gospel of Christ, they gather to it I the gathering place of the Saints :e I that they might learn more fully the I principals of eternal life and par- I take more fully of the blessings that ) I God has promised to his people, s' I when he commanded his people to '...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 12 September 1896

Ik' ' fLimfm wmm "' .fa faH t Wri' ten for Tim Union. Kf HANDCART EXPERIENCE. IllHra Continued. HBP Although they said I was going llMiift to the Devil, they would gladly ac- jBHp - cept even a small morsel that we Ijffiiji could give them. When we left 9H that place, the two men before men- HRf) tioned gave us some provisions to HK1 "take with us, so again the Lord had Hp in his goodness, provided for I and IK my, family. Our company were in 9KJ a, starving condition and we divided jBl most of what we had with them. jHff . .One night while the guards were B9ff taking out the cattle to herd, it be- HRS ing moonlight, one of the guards IHRi who had a gun, smelled the fumes fflU from a dead animal, and on looking Huff around saw it, and also saw what fSm he supposed to be a wild animal Huff eating it, so he raised his gun and H was about to fire, when one' of our j R brethren raised up. He was so near j IfBfi starved that he was glad to even IMfl get a bit of stale meat from a dead f ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 19 September 1896

iiiib iiiiiiiiifl I JL1 O. -XL I I I I Hi .a .jL. ij l m III lff 'FHOMTHE imLH AOQRN GHE MASSIVE OAK," . 9' N" St Ggshington CoTlJteh7day, September 19, 1896. TERMS & 2S&!& ' 1 1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I Frederic Clift, Lf . D. John Ward Christian. I CHRISTIAN AMD CLIFT, I st George and Beaver, Utah. O.H.Foster, George R. Lund. I Foster & Lund, I St. George and Beaver, Utah. I David H.-Rftorris, loHPIIOSKIJDTlXfiATTOIlSEY I St. 3r-OX" &'., TTJT-fccraJbs.- H , ! I WILLIAM P. ZHOZ. 1 BEAVER, UTAH, M itx-Vill practice iu all the courts of the State. 85.0m Sept. Date. Day. Night. I .Mercury was: 13, 95, 49. 1 14, 97, 45. 1 15, 99, 43. I 16, 100, 48. 1 17, 96, 47. 18, 89, 51. Fifth Judicial District, Washing ton County, State of Utah. Septem ber Term, 1896. The following is the business at tended to, up to date. George V. Ashby vs A. F. Mac donald jr. et al, testimony taken in part and case continued to Monday. Court orders that all jurors not on the panel for the Ashby ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 19 September 1896

Ms IH R imib . iiir-" iuiMJUii m uw am niiianiiiwiiiiiii iuimji,,,,, fl I THE UNIOi. I Published overy Saturday at I St. George, Washington Co., Utah, I BY EDITOR ft I'llOL'IUETOR. I TERMS Iitf ADVANCE. B One copy, one year. $1.00. One copy, six months. .80 One copy, three nioathg, '45. I RATES OF ADVERTISING. fl i i week; i month : 6 inontlin; o. c vcfir. One inch, $i.oo. $2-75- S.oo. $12.00. V column, 2.75. 5.50. 1300. 19.50. column, 5.00. 10.50. 10.50. 29 00. 1 column. 8.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. I jUSTLocal notices in reading type, ten cents a line, eacli insertion. (BSTNotlces of articles lost or found, consisting of five linos or lesp, will bo in- sorted lor our subscribers, free of cliarge. fl QSTRates of other advertising furnished H on application. E"Wo respectfully request that con B tributors will hand in the general reart B ing matter that they desire to appear in B the ensuing issue, not later than Tues B day morning, and looal items not later M than Friday evening, of e...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 19 September 1896

, -rrstt-gCT''1 B J fhz "Option. !SrGEORGE POST OFFICE. 3S. I , .,il from the north arrives every day except """" Tge5ll:lV',il from Pine Vallev and the South arrives thl M ffups.ky and Saturday and leaves on aion- toi.onftoni7a:in. to 7 p. m. every ealtM 7 'e,,t Sundays and holidays when it is open Attof. H W . m t n. nit Offer frJj'rVv 0r"cr iind Rc,stry department open from H , ' . ip ; p, in - ''' JOHN PYMM .Postmaster. I Saturday, Sep. 19, 1836. I u3LX3Lc3.-Bi"V" SSIo2a.ool C)onferoB.oe. 1 1 The S. S. Conference convened in , ! H the St. George Tabernacle on Satur I day and was continued on Sunday 1 9 morning. On Saturday the children I rendered their exercises very cred er 8 jtably, and on Sunday morning Prest. Ut 1 1 W. Ivins gave a very interesting K6 I discourse on parents training their I children while in their youth in the a I ways of the Lord and they will sel ls! dom depart from it. I Apostle Lyman also gave some B very valuable instructions to Super- " intendents and ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 19 September 1896

1 h I H - - - - - - " L - II i i hi i H jim ii ii ii ! im i 111 mi inn i im-immumiii - ' w"WlW"lMwMI3JW'MiIWIIlMlc' I P Ml - I I n 'tftgHJFMB.. JH I Wo understand that the District I Schools will commence on Mon- day 28th insfc. My Sent it to His Mother in Germany. f Mr. Jacob Esbedson, who is in I tJie employ of the Chicago Lum- I ber Co., at Des Moines, Iowa, says: I "I have Just sont some medicine back to mother in the old country, I that I know from personal use to I bo the best medicine in the world I for rhoumatism, having ued it in my family for Severn 1 years. It is I called Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I It always does the work." 50 cents I a bottles for sale by J. E Michels. I i 'Wm, Hallj an aged man of I "Washington, Utah, was found dead I in a ditch near his residence, last Sunday, the 18, it being supposed i that he was pulled in by a horse 1 when leading it to water, and he 1 being feeble could not extricate I hinself. n John T. Morse is prepared to 1 make to ordar on sho...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 26 September 1896

:Jffoe Unisn. !JJ WORGE POST OFFICE. B.,fl, from the north arrives every day except i thljBlil from P'c Valley and the South arrives JsiwUv and Saturday and leaves on Mon- ?l!!lfirehoi)Pnfrom7fi-'"- to 7 p. m. every gwlg Sundays and holidays when it IS open K Confer and Registry department open from a' JOHN PYMM .Postmaster. Saturday, Sep. 26, 1896. iWL Date. Day. Night. Jeroury was: 19, 86, 52. 1 20, 86, 48. xrW 21 97 47. Jfl 22, 86, 38. J 23, 79, 41. ?W , 24, 85, 38. nil D JU M- All fcmiSay Services. At it. George TaDernacla. Sunday, September 20, 1896. q I Bishop James Andrus presiding.' StslElder David H. Morris read part 1, 1 section 6 of the Doctrine and orenants and compared the great "n who have been conquering he 1 Bes and great men of invention with J In' who have had opportunities to rn in spiritual matters and to ihi rn the ways of the Lord and show that in this our own day God has , lied up men to establish his great cs,nof salvation upon the earth for e benefit of all ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 3 October 1896

US ' Be ' H tmmrmrmmn Mini i mjmnnaw a a m h ii U I THE ymon. H Published every Saturday at H St. George, Washington Co , 'Qtah, M BY tTois, ",Cfi7". 0a.x"3P:zxto3c mm editor u rnoi'iuuxuR. H TERMd Iltf ADVANCE. Olio copyf onn year, $1.50 J One copy, six months, .80 B One copy, three months, .45. H BATES OF ADVERTISING. UBj i week; i month : 6 montliH; o. c vear. m Ono inch, gi.oo. $2,75. gS.oo. $12,00. V column, 275. 5.50. 13 00. 19.50. H Yj column, s.oo. 10.50. 19.50. 29 00. MB 1 column. 8.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45' Nfl SSTLocal notices in reading type, ten Iw cunts a line, each insertion. frfl flSTNotices of articles lost or found, m consisting of ilvo Jinus or less, will be in- n sorted tor our subscribers, free of charge. Wm flQ5Ratefl of other advertising furnished BMJ t On application. M BSgT Wo respectfully request that 'con- Wm tributors will hand in the general reurt- $J ing matter that they (lesire to appear in DI the ensuing issue, not later than Tues- Mj day morning, and loc...

Publication Title: Union, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 3 October 1896

m W The Union. . I w ! Saturday, Oct. 3, 1896. I S fr Written for The Union. Wi HANDCART EXPERIENCE. 'will Continued. I Jpf " After resting and refreshing our- jH$ selves with the small amount of food ' ?? journey. We crossed the stream I'rliPf '' an ascende( t0 tne Dencn when lo, IvwjM ut a ew m'es distant were e BfP v handcarts and we met them at the fern- S Big Sandy. When the - handcart P! people arrived at Big Sandy, they -' frt't were in a starving condition, and Bjpj t here a scene transpired which I 1'IE ' never shall forget. At this place fflB was a "a Station. There were B? wsf three or four mountaineers and iJPfi traders, a Stage driver and Mail ' BkSlP agent at the Station, being 6 or 8 BSffilf men n a with more whiskey in BaKf them than good sound sense, and BKi'i' when the handcart people K'lES' I came to the stream and stopped to I jf BBijJ get water, two of those men stepped BtSKp out ne house and yelled, "we SSim want to get a wife; who wants to, mw! our &reat s...

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

rlv I I I .1 TT TCT T v tb-V : I if 1 n iij I " r I " I1 " t ' I 1 JLr JLJL JLU I h Il h If !' jH .. . .. . . , . JH H !lSlIIi!lg Mi, Oetoher-8, 1896. TERMS fcflift I J PROFESSIONAL CARDS. K.'Chft, LL. D. .John Ward Christian. I CHRISTIAN AND GLIFT, attorney ta & "Xj7Gr, ft. george and Beaver, Utah. 1" Foster, George R.Lund. Foster & Lund, lttorxtoyS",at"Ija-w7, n Mj;, George and Beaver, Utah. jlpavid H. Morris, mPMSECDTIMATTOeEJ WffiLIAM P. ZUOZ, . BEAVER, UTAH, Ht3Will practice in all the courts of the State. 1 W . - . , - ' 4pt Date. Day. Night. .lercury was: 26;' 90, 39. ,1 27, 86, 32. I 28, 91j 4o. (J 29, 82, 42. : 30, 90, 42. 1, 92, 55. ;ei 2, 94, 45. aAanJay Service. iCBAt Jt George TaTsernacls. September 27, 1896. Bishop James Andrus, presiding. Prest. A . W . Ivins, spoke the do gs of the savior and his, apostles his day, and compared it with the 'y alings of God with his people in town day. Showed how short is e duration of those who turned tei sif backs upon the S...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 10 October 1896

I m -I I . I - " ?"'"" v. ...,.. ! , fl THE;; UN 10 N.' aM ! 111 ro.42. Sjgeorge, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, October 10, 1896. TERMS KftfeK? ' I professional cards. fH 1I W . , nun, W.rfericClift, LU. D. John Ward Christiau. I CHRISTIAN AND GLIFT, oH.ttona.03rsjat;-Xj;X7'? jr. George and Beaver, Utah. I.S.Fosier, ' George R. Lund, I Foster & Lund',.- iiPEORGE 'ano " Beaver, Utah. JK i ' David H. Idioms, If ffl PROSECUTING ATTORNEY St. Gr03rg;e? 4TTa,la.- WILLIAM F.KNOZ, B Attorxi.03r,B'"t",Xjs.",cr, I BEAVER, UTAH, 0"WI11 practice in all the courts of the State. Kim jfcmiowgnwwon.iiiiii nmMtimMi mm iinnegia mi Date. Day. Night. Bfercury was: 3, . .93, ' 41. 1 i 93, 40. .t15s 94, ... 39. I ' ' 6, 93, 40. ,.:7, 91, 43. I '8, ''89, B7. Isaac C. Macfarlane informs us Bat a contract has- been let, sub Bet to the approval of the land Bmmissioners, to Ms. . Thompson Bilks, to survey all the unsurveyed Bud in Southern Utah, which will Bclude the Hurricane "Valley, Bwkin Bench, Berr...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 10 October 1896

H 1 THE UNION. M Published every 'Saturday at H St. George, Washington Co., Utali, HI BY ,B TojS "717. 03C3pOXl.t027r Ml EDITOR & lJIt01'KIEl'Oh.' T3EJRM3 IN ADVANCE!; B One copy, one year, $1.50. Lm One copy, six months. .80. One copy, three montqs, , , .45. H BATES OF ADVERTISING, H i week; i month: 6 montlm; one year JIB One inch, $i.oo. $2,75. $S.oo. $12.00. BH i column, 2.75. 5.59. 13 00. 19.50. MB ya column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50. 29.00. RTH 1 column. 8.75. 17.00. ,30.00. 45.00. Jmm BSfLocal notices in reading type, ,ten, BB cents a line, each insertion. IfB DSTNotices of articles lost or found, w consisting of five lines or less, will be in- KH sorted for our subscribers, free of charge. HH dSTRates of other advertising f ui'nished m on application. BH BSTVVo respectfully request that, con- mM trjbutors will hand in the general rctltl- mmffl ing' matter that they desire to appear ' in hmh the ensuing issue, hot later than Tu'es- SBIh day morning, and local items not later MM...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 10 October 1896

'jTgeorge post office. TH ,u from the north arrives every day except 'hB'ii from Pine Valley and the South arrives XMjr&tf and Saturday and leaves on Mon" OiBJgjso'pen from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every -Hpt Sundays and holidays when it is open caK ff ilex and Registry department open from JMT JOHN PYMM .Postmaster. ZM Saturday, vudi iv, a-ou. Boes the young woman who with a ilary of 20$ a week as a stenogra- HL huys, when the season comes, Blat representing six days' work. twH it is well Mrs. Green does not, -Bjrifthe young woman's head-cov- I'Mfiflg is modest in size what would Kthat of Mrs, Green, whose weekly icome at the smallest estimate is a Qfteater number of thousands than ie young letter writer receives of Hle dollars. Mr. Rockefeller has not always (Men able to look up to such a pyra mid of wealth representing his daily Become. It wasn't so long ago and Be hasn't forgotten by any means J(Bktime when he was clerking in a IsBitle grocery store down on the Blats" of Cleveland...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 10 October 1896

i h ' ThsITnim. Saturday, Oct. iol896. i G I I OTglWHIIIIIIW"Wg' jmuih WW lirai dents Continued. October 5th. Meeting with elder George Q. Cannon, who was publishing a paper in San Fran ;V cisco and presiding over the Cali fornia Mission, he at once called the elders together at his house I and held a little conference or council meeting, where it was decided that elder D. P. Rainy , preside over the San Francisco conference and that the elders who were going to the Sandwich Islands visit the various branches of the Church and preach, until they ' , could procure their outfits and not ' go into the mines to work to obtain ; means to carry them to their field of labor, &c. I was to visit the Watsonville branch, where the ' saints of the branch readily do nated the means to take me to Honolulu, the Capitol of tbje Sand wich Inlands. I returned to San Francisco to obtain passage oh some vessel, but found that none would sail for several days. Prept. '!. Cannon called a council meet...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 17 October 1896

I i '! 1 Hi il m M ATOCTT T VT "T "r" N. & - 'ill ar gjQwubh; s.dyi 0ctobM, 17i 189(, ffflMS aBMe. 4 I FaiMpSOFESSIONAL CARDS. ' V n'" Orp.vMTrilft.Lr..P. Jhn Ward Christiau. SJfllSTIAH AND GLiFT, j Beobge and Beaver, Utah. jf ---- '? Aavid H. RSorris, SftFllllilEODTlSfiATTORSEY elefl isyliffilAM F. ZHOZ, erH BEAVER, UTAH, triAH ... .. . vifill practice In an tue courts ot luo btaic. S Date. Day. Night. ) Mercury was: 10, 86, 39. 9 I "11, 86, 39. 12, 75, 44 & 13, 78, 37. f I :, 14, 84, 36. t0-i 15, 85, 39. o, egfe. George Morris presented Blusband with a fine daughter on iter 14th . M. E. Paris was in town this V. km- your children are subject to p watch for the first symptom iithe disease hoarseness. If 0 fcberlain's Cough Eemedy is taw as soon as the child becomes i feejit will prevent the attack. m after the croupy cough has ...Mearefl the attack can always be Bed by giving this remedy. 3 also invaluable for colds and 'Ifing cough. For sale by B John R. Michels, St. Ceorg...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 17 October 1896

I l.il m T H E U S I O M . rf Published every Saturday at v I l'v; -1 1 St. George, Washington Co.-, Utah, '! BY I & fftJj EDITOIl & ritUl'ltltiLOB. tifr , TERMS IN ADVANCE. j 1 L l ' 'up. copy, one year, $1.50 '' ,Nt, iJub copy,.six montbSi . ,y.tf0 Vf .' One copy, three months, ."45. I jjj, f ' i RATES OP ADVERTISING. H ' ' "I l wcc'? x niontb : 6 tnontliH; o. e ycsir. H- I' fl One inch, $i.oo. 27$ SS oo. 812.00. I , f " column, 2.75. 5.50. 1300. 19.50. ;?v? 11 column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50. 2900. H' 7l ? tl 1 column. 8.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. iwf' ' '' I JSTLocal notices in reading type, ten ' I J ,' cents n line, each insertion. Hp' ' 0"Vo respectfully njquesl Hint con H i; j! tA tributors will hand in the general rorirt B tv f, y. ing matter that they desire to appear in V Jp'ili the ensuing issue, not later than Tues M; rvri day morning, and local itoirn not later ' 'J than Friday evening, of each week. s'j5i' Address all commnnfeatious to Ail , ' THE UNION, Wmky Box 512...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 17 October 1896

I 1 TIGIffBINWNC 'SSkV N I O N . E POST OFFICE. 110 dtfljwlni the north arrives every day except "KtojiM pne Valley and the South arrives Pat11 Kr and Saturday and leaves on Mon- ao!f$W??n,nen from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every jffys and holidays when it is open Kid Registry department open from mf' ' JOHN PYMM .Postmaster. WU fly, October 17, 1896. pJaF Services. Gil George Tabernacle. m October ii, 189. STfflpr Edward H.Snow Presiding. WoeorgaF. Whitehead eaid I feel i flcia weak instrument indeed to 1 Bio teach principles of the GoRpel, By of you, who have spent so t flyeara in this Church and whoa Bncoin this Church has been so if Bwater than mine. I know it ifi fly to go to meeting on the sabbath Krforra every duty that we are "Cflnpon to perform. The speaker inalH the young rjoen to attend to rhe jufljsof associations that are organ s' their improvement and spend flmein learning the good things Hfle taught in these gatherings. flr John Eardley asked the questen M truth and showed t...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 17 October 1896

W : ! a I w ', KHf ' lip " THffiTJHIOJil. I ;'.; Saturday, Oct. 17 1896. B & Mh'h with some aristocratic lady boarders ifK . on Utah its climate, productions, IJK'J' and soil, its people their history, IIIvS religion, and social condition, and I B ' seemingly allayed considerable pre- ft' . jiidice in their minds, toward our It &' P9Pe Soon after Mr. Hunter WkM returned it began to rain hard arid H ' continued most of the morning, tiff' 4 After our conversation, we read jJk'"' and wrote some letters, and abouL 1,'W 'J ' gpe -o'clock sat down to an excellent I'vJol '1 dinner. Among other things roast w!'if lamb, green peas, cabbage, potatoes, fffii' warm biscuit and fresh butter, some BmS ' wn'pn were delicacies of the sea UlSf s,on emS earty for such vegeatablesV IJ ; ' For dessert, we had ice cream and iflB'v beautiful chocolate cake. v MvF - "Ater, returning to our room I BMW' asked my companion if he was still kI m( anry because we did not remain pBJ j;?j with Mr. L. agai...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 24 October 1896

W fl "ill" I I I n 1 " - . i & y a V "r ! H " JL JL 1 I j " 1 3 i" 9 V Jsfi$pG - ' . SMOOys THE MASS! VF.OAK." ! " V Vol. 9. No. 44. St. George; Washing nTT'T" - I C. ' ---' vvasJllDgtonCo:, Uta Saturday, October 24, 1896. TERMS MWiS H I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. BHiawTrrnrnr"" " n x,,,,, Frderic. Clift, U . D. Jcfhn Ward Christim! CHRISTIAN AND CLIFT, . St George and Beaver, Utah David H. Morris, ODiVTVPROSEODTISG ATTORNEY St. G-oorg, XJ-fccsla.- TOMAM P. ZHOZ, BEAVER, UTAH, t'Vill practice in all the courts of the State S-fon One door est of P. 0 St. George, Utah, Manufacturer & Dealer in Furniture, Doors, Sash, Cubboards. Bureaus, Tables, Stands, &c. Fnrnituro neatly repaired on short notice. Prices low. uStom made BOOTS & SHOES. Re AIRING. NEATLY DONE. KRlOES LOW. Sit- C3r03TO, TCr-fc2x. Charles D. Lanift OR FREE SILVER AND HIS REASONS WHY. Concluded. You may; ask by what rule the eeded amount of primary money jy by estimated. The answer is, hen prices cease' to declin...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 24 October 1896

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