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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 2 January 1897

- T "I KiJJMiUljUUiJMUlJMIIIJiawlWih 'THE UNION. ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. The mail from the north arrives every day except Tuesday. . I ' fTlie mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mem- i dav and Friday. The office is onm from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every dayxcept Sundays anil holidays when it is open iron 4 to 5 p. in. Mvrv order and Registry department open from Sn. in, 105 p. in. JOHN I'YMM lVMLinuster. ' , ' '-. v. 1 Saturday, January 2, 1S97. Dec. Date Day. Night .Mercury was: 26, 64, 25. , , 27, 65, 19. 28, 63, 30. ', - 29, 60, 19. J-4 30, 57, 23. . 31, 52, 19. ab. 1897 1, 51, 14 Local Brevities. Cash paid for all kinds of hides by William Atkin. x 2nd JSIF0 bicycle for sale at this office. Good, strong, cheap. s ft On December 31st, 1896, the wife of William Hardy . presented him : w,ith a fine son. 'Mother and child iire doing well. The Home dramatic company gave "The Turn of the Tide"in a creditable manner to a good house last Tues...

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 January 1897

f' TV ALKALI SOILS. . . .. V .-TWrepoift o the Wyoming Ex H porimenttiL Station on the cause, H prevention ami treatment ofin H w juries caused .by alkali in the soil H contains a few points of general H information which aiie' worthy of H The public know of two kinds of H alkali black alkali and white H alkali. Black alkali is carbonate H of soda; and is much the worst H kind. White alkali may be sul- H .phate of soda (GlauhSr salt3,) suU H phate of magnesia (Erjsom salts, ) H or common salt. H Injuries by alkali are of three H kinds: the bark of the plants is H rotted and corroded at the surface H bfthgrpurid, the, soil is puddled Bfes. o,rt'formecl iuto fi kind of cement, HE . ul the vita.ity of the plant is im- B jta'irelll Seeds fail to sprout or H surout but slowly in alkali soils. H Unless carefully treated, alkn H soils grow worse as cultivntuB H continues. lrrigitiou waters. aiB Hj s rain-dissplves tle- alkali,; in. ll H l Jo'jr soil, and 'as the soil' dries oil H these wat...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 9 January 1897

'nmrtw- -j in i mi in mn 'in if ' " ' in " V I"" "VI "TItTT' im i ii-rttmrii i n mi mi , ) 1 k N . V -T H E U N 1 0 ..' ": 1 J,! "FliOM THE LITTLE AOKN GROWS THEMASS1VE OAK."' ' ." j K ; ;Yol. 10. No. 2. St. George, "Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, January 9, 1897. TERMS At Aft"Si?l : $1 ' ' . . $M f THE YEAR IN DIXIE. v Prosperity, Drouths and Hoods all Came Our Way. jjL . The Salt jLake Tribune's New Ipt "Year's edition contained the follow- '$& ingtinteresting write-up of the past fesJ5" i year i n D ix i e : jUpfW1 "" 'tghejseason now past has been- a fppt ' veryhinusual one for this section. g irOur spring opened early and this vp 4t was followed by several sharp frosts p ' in April .which killed nearly all our & ".almonds and fruits with the excep 4, . " tion of grapes; of these there was a L " fair crop. "During the summer we were - visited by several heavy floods, rais- . ing the Rio Virgin and in several V cases tearing out dams that had , been put in to turn the wa...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 9 January 1897

Bar f v R: -II Pv BP5r aP, B$ - -... W- '' TSiE UK ION. ' ; Published every Saturday at jp; v St. George, Washington Co., Utah, HpT- ? .- . ' BY W ' !.' Jos. TTO". OacDoxttox, Off j A ' EDITOR & PKOPKIErOR. ft j w TERMS IN ADVANCE. Ht i - ' One cou i ue year, -H'JjJJ KN I ' One nop, ei: months, " flk One cojy, tnree months, 0' H - "" K.mS OF ADVERTISING. IE -v. . I week; i month: 6 month; or.e year. Wr- '' ' l One inch. S-oo. 2.75- $Soo. "?? IJfc . C & column. ?.oo. I0-. ,0-50, ?? ? llfr , ' 1 column. '8.75. 17-00. 30.00. 45-o. Mr, . i jSTLoeat notices in reading type, ten wy ', ctata a line, eaeh insertion. I ' C2TW' respectfully request that con- K ' '' trlbutors will hand hi the general read- lC '- inMuatttT that they desire to appear hi If . the ensuing issue, not lifter than lues- fs dn v inomlnjr, nncl local hiMiw not later I "than Friday evening, of each week. 1,1 ' Address all cotmrmnfcntlona to If X THE UNION, P Box 512, STGBOBGE, B': WMbiugton Co., UTAH. B Entered ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 9 January 1897

"THE UNION.' t ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. The mail from the north arrives every day except Tuesday. Ttic mail fmm Pine Vnllev and the South arrives fcvery Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Won Jl dav and Krliluy. The oflicu s oprn from 7 a m. to 7 ,p. in. every day xcupt Sundays mid holiUuys wlum it h open bl tfron 410-5 i)..m. 8 Mvrrv order and Registry department open from (yr JOHN P.YMM H&slmaster. r " i 1 11 ' Saturday, January 9, 1897. .... .. .... . '. Jan " " 'Date. Pay. Night I . .JLTercury was: 2, 5U, 9. V " ,'" '.-,.-;. ' 3, 47, 9. W ' - , 4, 48, 8. : 5 - ; 5, 1, 11. i (( 55, 10. , ' :-- '.r 7., 58, 20. . .Lscal Brevities. JChMi paid for beef Miles by Wm. Atkin. :2nd 0 bicycSe inr sale atrthis . "office. . Good, etrong, (cheap. Piece velvets, sateens, and other . . T)ress Goods, fresh in, January 14th, .-at Booth's Store. fc", '" Mrs. Mary'iLamb gave 'birth to a iine boy, on December 28, 1896. I The father is .joyfiri rand mother .-and son doing well. It 'is reported tha...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 9 January 1897

B - I - B MBBaaBWBBaMWiafcPMar'1 ' FANCIES AND FALLACIES. HJ "Plant beans with tlie eye H' down." On the envelopes enclos H ing Lima beans bought o most Hf 'seedsmen in the United States Hj the purchaser is advised to plant H with the eye down, to ensure suc H cessful vegotation. Having never B followed this ndvice in a successful m exi)erience of forty years, the fol H lowing experiment was made last H year in two adjacent hills:' In one H ten beans were carefully placed, H with the eye down. In the other H ' ten were dropped in the usual way HL except that care was taken to have H . iione with the eye down. Seven B plants came up in the hill in which H the beans were planted with the H eye down, while every bean pro K duced a plant in the other. H "Early varieties of peaches Hj bloom late and J a to varieties bloom B early". This expression was heard Hj so often that c ireful and accurate B observations were made for two Kj consecutive seasons, and a record K kept of the date of 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. — 16 January 1897

r ': H I 1 I' H I'-)'. .-JfTn XT Tl ' ' TT 11 T T ! yT" &- V II .-pH; iUJM g- M i I iBg. M I1 II JLd LJ X H JL v JLil $ I "FROM THE I.TTTJLR ACOHN GROWS THE MASSTVE OAK." T" I , " :' TV X j i ' -" ' .J lJ Vol. 10. No. 3. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, January 16, IS07 . AdHa50, I STATE LIMB. "MINING DISTRICT ; Soon to be One of the Greatest 1 I Gamps in the West. m Prom The Provo Utontnn ' I Mr. F. N. Millet returned from m 'State Line mining district yester- f day morning and brings very en- ' if - couraging news from the camp. i There are new people coming in . I there every day, increased activity in the development of the many fine i ; properties, which will ere long, in If Mr. Millett's opinion make State II Line one of the greatest camps in It the west. The owners of the. Burro mine are If ' shipping their ore to Bullionville, f Nevada, where it is treated in Mr. I Godbe's mill. They save 90 per m cent of the assay value, which is so w satisfactory that many o...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 16 January 1897

H "41 u. I ' THE. UMS30N. H Punished every Saturday at H , Si George "Washington. Co., Utah, m ' 1 , ED1T,0K k. BIHJl'lUUrOlt. H TERMS IN, ADVANCE., H Quo copy, one year, $l.M H - Que copv8lx months, w. H s. One copy, three months, '45 H BATES OF ADVERTISING; H i week; i month: 6 mcintliH ; or.venr. M One Ineh, S . S.7S S00- $w.oo. H JJC column,. 3.7 5-5P- '.3-wt I9-50-H ' Jg eolunifi, 5-oo 10.50- 10.5- 9- M 1 column. 3.75: 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. H " J2T Local notices. In rpodiag type, ten m cents a Jln', each insertion. H tgpWe respectfully request that con- ' trilmtorn will.hnnil in the general read H inp; matter that they deslro totappear in the enduing issue, not latev than Tues H day morning, and local items not later H than Friday evening, of ouch w.eek. m , Address all commnnfeations to ' TUB UNION, Box 512, SH. GEORGE. H Washington Co,,, UTAH. m Entered at tho.PoPt Oftlce at St. George, H Washington Co., Utah, a& beeond ohiBS matter, March 27; 1896. M 1 1 1 11 1 1 , 1 H Sa...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 16 January 1897

THE V N I O Rl . ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. ' 'ri,e mill from the north urrivus every day except J UCaClil i Tue mail-front Pine Vllcv utii! the South arrive every I uradiiy and Saturday and leaves on Mun diiv and Kriday. The office i onen from 7 a in. to 7 p. in. cverv day -xcejit Sundays mat holidays when it Is open iron 4 to 5 p, m. ' , Mv.r v order and llejiislry department optn from v S a. m, to 5 p. in. ' JOHN 1'VMM Postmaster. "Tm,'.?"V!!' '"'i 111 Saturday, January 9, 1897. Jan. Dale. Day. Night. .Mercury was: 9, 54, '2y. 10, 01, 33. 11, 54-, 30. 12, 51, 29. 13, 50, 28. -V 14 40, 27. 15, 56, 25. 2 34-100 inches of rain fell during the week. Local Brevities. Cfh paid for beef hides by Wm. Atkin. Fine lot of oranges at Whitehead's store. ' David H. Cannon has been quite, ill for a few days. Piece velvets, cassimeres, and other Dress Goods, fresh in, January 14th, at Booth's Store. James L. Bunting, a former resi dent of Kanab, has come to St. George to be a Temple worker. At the ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 16 January 1897

I' ONE TROUBLE WITH AGRICULTURE. I The American Agriculturist I says that the valtie of imports of H farm products into the United H' States each year, p-actically all of " .- -which can be grown in this country H Cotton Total J HJ iiufl M(iol farm J HJ Yt:.ir. Kaw produce. nitre. products. J tSti 86,000,000 S?? m.ooo $322,000,000 HJ iS-ij.... 216,000,000 70 ckm.o-jo 236,000,00') HJ 189V...... 210,000,000 r.t,ov,ooo 22.000.000 HJ IS93 3(9,000000 4("X),000 2OJ,O0O,CX HJ i8.;i 220,000,000 6cro.nno 2,000,000 HJ 1 89 1 226,000,000 71.uoo.ono ,297,000000 K Tottls.. $1,357,000,000 j77..'m,ovj $1,734,000,000 HJ Avorajje... 220,000,0.10 o.j.oj.ooo 289,006,000 , Some startling facts are revealed H by the above exhibit, which vre B . ; have compiled from the official re- cords of the Trea-juty Department. It covers two years of high tariff, I two years of tariff uncertainty, two I years of low tariff; also periods of I prosperity and adversity. There- fore the exhibit fairly represents HI agr...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 23 January 1897

U , ..-- -'v-" HHI II Jr''-" ' ---"- i - "Ji-ws- RpiiBaaajlBPJMM II pmm I Is" H I 9 I ' 3m m 'JgH I' :k ,- " .'- a H i & r JL-1 .JL -JL1 'JsL--i -iiA ) jL-M: JL s ' jjL 1IL J 19 jB - T i nT i ii ii i in i i i i M 1 1 ii i i ii i - I, "'. ' ."" '"" " " " -- ' ' " ' i ! . . i i - . - n - -.,.. ftEffl I - "FIIOM'J'HE JJTTLK ACOH.N GROWR'THE MASSIVE OAIJ." iVr7V til jfl i'i" ' "T '"" ... "'.',.'' ' ' ;t."T-"TiT """'" ',""'" """"' " " ".'.. , "..?'.' .,'.. ." fh'il -iol 10. No. 4: : T;. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, January 23, 1997. ,.. TERMS Afta?S: "- -fl B '--.-.." -'"'-" i i. in in mm-' 1. minim m MuMitmMMiiMijWi1iMiMM,u.u,,.,,i,,l,,,,M,M, ,. iiii.i.i.n...u.Mi.... -.. ,,, , , , ,l( ,,, ,, 'I ?ffn.mmmm ' sltfl . 'WILL -BUILD ,-. TO D3EP ORBES 1 To be no Frisco-Pioche Extension r1 of the U.P, This Year. & x From The Salt Luke Tribune. jr." The outlook is bright for a re- t- sumption of work on the Salt Lake j, & Pacific to Deep Greek. As was I; told in The Tr...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 23 January 1897

P- ' 3iS?' WSJ I It i w ! THE JNION, H Published every Saturday at I ' 8t. George, Washington Co., Utah", B . 3"o&, "TOT. OivrrjpoaaLtoxv H EDITOK & PKOPMErOB. TBRMfl-IN ADVANCE. H J Ono copy, one year, . W- Oue copy, six mouths, &" One copy, tunse moaths, j RATES OF ADVERTISING. B I ! week; i month: 6 mouths; o.-.c year. Ono inch, Si-oo. 675- - S"-' column, 3.75. S-S- "3 - '9-So, I U column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50. 2900. 1 column. 5,75. i7-oo- 30-"o. 45-oo. j JSTLncal itoricfn" in reading type, ten ' cenis a Uoe, each '.nsHition. I , CSTWo respectfully request that con- ' " tributors will Imml n tlie vncriil.i'uad I ing matter that they klre to appear in the miMiing issue, not later than Tues H day morning, and local items notjator than Friday evening, of each week. HI ! Address all cotnmnnfeations to 1 1 THE UNION, f I Box 512, ST. GEORGE, I j Washington Co., , UTAF.- H! j Entered at the Post Olllee at St. George, i j Washington Co., Utah, as M'cond clays 1 matter, March 2...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 23 January 1897

'T HE UNION. ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. The mull from the north arrives every day cxcc. . Tuesday. The tnsul from Pine Vullev nml the South arrivcu every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mon-' M dav and Friday. , The office is oicn ftom 7 a in. to 7 p. in. every 1 j day -xcept Sundays and holidays when it is upon frot 4 to 5 p.m. Mt-rv crdcr and lleibtry department open from v S a. m,lo s p. in." " ' -' JOIIX VYMAl Postmaster. ' . , ,, "" - ; .T r Saturday, January 23, 1897. ci. ,jt - lOily lZ,o233t23osri,fcTLxaro35. J ' ' Jim. Date. Day. Night V JLfercury was: 16, 45, 28. ! i .' - 17, 50, 1G. , L " ' " ' 18, 50, 15. ; T , 10, - 57, 14. 20, 57, 17. 21, 55, 17. 1 , 22, 59, 17. ' ' Local Brevities. Cash pair! for beef hides by "Win. Atkin. .Fine lot of oranges at Whitehead's A ' store. I " ' Frank Riding is reported sick with fj rheumatism. J Fine weather and dry roads pre- 1, vail again. t A school exhibition is to be held at Bloomington this afternoon. flPi - Nails at Whitehead's sto...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 23 January 1897

V " B ' H B 1 uiuj I iTlftur nm " T-iAamam Br IMPROVING FRUIT. , f ImpifoVing fruit 1ms been a m theme for centuries. The theory H ', '' of Dr. Van Mons, of Belgium, is J, flie reproduction of seedlings from m seedlings ,in succesion, selecting m each time' tlips which prove best ; in the friiif. We have learned m f from experience that seedlings al- m . ways have a. tendency to improve, H " l but they alsq have another tend- v ency to return to the original, or wild, state.' At the eighth genera- tion in growing from .the pear, Professor Yon Mons' seedlings B produced fruit at four years old, B while at the commencement it re 5 ' quired twelVo to fifteen., years B' - rfheref or,e, he regarded this method H . as the correct one to pursue in the H amelioration.pf varieties t He was B the originator of the Froclerick of -f jvVurtemburg, a pear that produces Lh its fi-uit Often in tne nursery at P'f two. years from the bud, while it frequirod twelve to fiteen years for H J th-j Dix. ,,...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 30 January 1897

H f T if P-- -TT-lVf-i-'h W- I . ' . II "FHOM THE J,TTTL,K ACORN GROWS THIL M SSIVE OAK." " " I I YL' 10' Ntf' 5 St' Gebrge Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, January 80, 1897. TERMS &&jg ' I 9 UTAH'S BEET SUGAR CROP. Jf Lehi and Springville are the Banner 0 Sugar Towns. M The Lehi Banner gives the follow- 1 ing report of the sugar beet raising M operations last season: H "The complete beet report for I the campaign of 1896 is now in and I we present it to our readers so all I may see exactly what each district 1 shipped. I BEET REPORT FOR. CAMPAIGN OF 1-896 m Car -Factory Town. luads. veijli JLoveiidulils ,. .... , 126....... 4,-ui,.t0i jl West Jordan..... ...... .......an., 8,5,11,42 fftivcrtou So 3.579iS3J' n Pleasant Grove 7 J hjqJji l X.aKe Vioiv ., S4 3i5f50; li Provn Srt 3.'i4,oi8 W. iinriii'vil c ..... I.'.'3-.S 14,600,074. Mv Maplctoit ..... xoS. ..... 9,221,19 m -Spanish Fork 156...... . 6,060,505 K Jieiijuinin 70 24674,-123, W I'avson. -"ii.y. ..... 4,83,144 M I.cfii...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 30 January 1897

B aw ' - H v n w . . " I v r THE UNION.. v' I published every Saturday at Hi -I St. George, Washington Co., Utah, ; I by H. I Jos. "W. Oaorioaxtor, H; J . '' EDl'fOtl (i PltoFHIKi'Oll. I I TEEMS-IN ADVANCE. H '' m ' ' One ccWi "no yor, - - ljj' 1 S Onecj, Ix nioofh?. " "' H ' h ' One copy, turee ruoaths, . I x BATES OP ADVERTISING. H ffi i week; i month: 6 month; o.-evear. M One inrh, S'.oo. 3.75- S.oo. 8"-oo -- H & column, 2.75. 5-5- ,' 'v-S0- " M Vx column, $.co. 10.50. i9-5- 29- 9 1 column. S.75. 7-- 3-' '' Brs 3 JSTLocal nntlceH in readiuj? type, ten Mf; M ' cent 11 line, eactt insertion. B 1 . cg-We respect full v request that con- . m tribtuorrt will hand in the general retirt- 1 lng manor that they desire to appear in M I the entiling tone, not later than Tues B, I tiny morninpr. and local items not later M I than Friday evening, of each week. 3 I Addressall cornrnnnfeationa to B I THE UNION, : I Box 512, ST. GEORGE, j I Washing on Co., UTAH. ' '! Entered at the Po?t Ofli...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 30 January 1897

f THE UNION. 1 'ST. CEO.RGE POST OFFICE. ' 1 rF,ie. m,lSl From t,l "'srtli arrives every day exeunt A Tuesday. .The null rram rjnc V:i1lv and the tioutlt arrives f .every 1 uesiluy and Saturday smli leaves on Mon. day and lridy. k ' The officetfoopen from 7 a in. tto 7 p. m. every f dny-xrept Kuml.iysHiirtliolicluyi, whtrn it Is open itfroii- 4 to 5 i). m. ' M.rnv order and Hejjlstry department oixnufrotn, t:i. in. (op.ini. v ' UOIIN 1.YMM Postmaster. Saturday., January 30, 1897. i ' , Local Brevities. I , . 'Cash paid for br-ef hides by Wm. AtWn. 1 Fine lot of oranges at Whitehead's - , ,-. store. j F. L. Burgess, of 'Cedar Basin,. I Nevada, is in town. on ''business.' Booth's Store ;is still ipn top-- J prices low. Washboard , Zincs :orily 3 io cents. & Born, Wednesday, Jan., 27, 1897, W to Mr. and Mrs. Jos. 'AV. CaTpeti- iter, a son. All doing well. A 1 We are pleased to say that Sam-4 1 uiel Sullivan, who had his collar "bone broken last week, is .impfov-j i Hng nicely. ' , ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 30 January 1897

Ik:-'. 'I ' VALUE OF GRASS SEEDS. m 'i ! ' B j J ProE. Brewer, of Yale miver3iby, fe ' 'iaidB in a lecture, said: "It is believed ti " vS that .permanent pastures, if well W '-$S. handled, continue to grow better i' if' for fifty or 'a hundred years; some mfflj j I py fp much longer than that. It Wfflf ! I v is nearly forty years since I was in S j I j England, but I well remember HP , that English farmers told me that !' , ,' a pasture of meadow had to be at W$ f . M least twenty-five years old to be I; jj . ?$pr good, and was not really excellent lfe I j until the third or fourth rentall . J J ;' (forty-two or sixty-three years) al. fc" M " '. least. There was no other onel Mm $1 ' feature in English scenery which IJI I iso impressed me ,as the English IC if turf, whether seen in either tlip . Si pastures or the parks find lawns IjJE- II Many of the parks are, in fac ISt; 1 pastures. ' One sees sheep e.yery- II : 1 where. Even ou the playground m 1 .of the colleges aud. school one...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 6 February 1897

SSwwwSMitM-. ..... '-- - -.- - - . ' . SlSfB iff H I L .if "v -i 0 K ? ' '4- V H T H EV-U N:I O'ff 1 . f ..'.- ! I r "FROM THE LTTTLE ACORN PROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." '-.- I V QL. 10. No. 6. St. George, Washington Col, Utah, Saturday, February (-'-, 1897. TERMS a.jSa?J I A CRUEL MURDER AT GOSHEN. 1 Bartholomew Race Shoots His Wife I and Commits Suicide. H Special Correspondence Salt Lake Tribune. I Pavson, Utah, Jan. 29. A shock- I ing murder and suicide took place I at Goshen, Utah, yesterday morn- I ing about 8 o'clock. I Bartholomew Race shot his wife I while in bed, and then turned the I weapon on himself and killed him- self. I-- Commissioner Peery was wired l:; for assistance from the, county and I ' two coffins were ordered and sent I today. Race was perfectly rational at the time, for he deliberately told the two I , oldest girls to go milk the cows, M'i then he fastened two outride doors, 9 placed nails in the casings and tied I them inside, the locks being out of I repair, pl...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 6 February 1897

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