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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 12 December 1882

IB INDUSTRY MAKES THEDBSERT BLOOM, WHILE IDLENESS LEADS TO RUIN. B F- GEORGE, UTAH, TUESDAY, DEC. 12, 1882. JSTo. 1, I (From " Vick's Floral Guide") IMPROVEMENTS. A few years iince the lop cabin with its well sweep, and rail fence and bars, and its yard cov ered with wood and chips, were seen "on almost every country road. We have nothing: to say against log cabins. They were proper for a new and wooded country, and sometimes picturesque a necessity and a blessing:. Many noble men have commenced life in log- cabins, but we observe that thcydid not stay in them longer than necessary. But in the settled country the log; cabin has gone, never to return. A few, however, outlive their day and usefulness, and put on a thriftless aspect, generally characteristic of their present owners. s Their places were soon occupied by little wooden j box-like cottR5.es. usually painted white with in- tense green blinds. The yard was cleared of chips E and surrounded with a neat fence, a straight walk ...

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 December 1882

. &l (forge ItaiL f PUBLISHED BY J. IF. CAItPENTEK, Editor Proprietor. HTTerms; Fifty Gonta por Volume. .3 ST. GEORGE, U. T. TUES., DEO. 12, 1882. . . mmmmmmm urn,, i i ia B- 0UR,NEWa VOLUME. ff Wc issue'ioco copies of therprcsent number of JV the Union TiudjsemUt to many who, we hopc,wi11 lW0 find it interesting enough to claim their patron- ' ag-c, and that theySvill forward us 50 cents for a m Tolumc of 13 numbers. Howjoften we shall pub- 1 litn we have not yet determined, but purpose is- '''mp r suing at !t st, once a month ; so if our little sheet fA Tisits you tener, do not be surprised. Tojsome ofiour advertisers, especially those who have paid for their advs. in advance, we owe an apology for the nonappearance of the Union t- - since June. We also owe an apology to our few i exchanges that have been continued to our ad- f dress and hope their proprietors will accept our """ thanks for the same, and we shall aim to merit t'tcir approbation hereafter. jOw There are various...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 12 December 1882

I 1 i t J ' "J I ... . - . The UnionT- ! :r. RATES OF ADVERTISING. W Mil MIJHI I HIMMIIi 1 1 ill l Wl III I H 1 1 1 II II Mil HI TTI IT TH jV -rr1 - " "Squares V time. 2 times ' j tunes, i'tinies ' Half $ .60 .80 $ 150 $- 3.00 - VgL . One 1. 00 1.50 2.50 6.00 i . "" - Two 2.00 3.00 5.00 11.00. t " Three 3.00 4.50 7.50 16.00 ;" Four 4.00 6.00 9.00 2000 ; Five cj.oo 7.o 11. co 25.00 t " bix 6.00 9.00 i4 00 30.00I Seven 7.00 10.50 16 50 35oo j ' . Bight b.oo 12.00 iy.00 40.00 Nine 900 13.50 2i5o 45-0O , . t '' Ten 10.00 1500 2j.oo 50.00 Ten lines of above type make one square . ' ' . Births and deaths Published free. 1 ' . v ' . Transient advertisements Ten Cents a line each -i. (. and every insertion. The Union is on lile with EDWIN ALDEN & BRO, AS!"6 N. W, Cor. 5th & Vine Streets, Cincinnati, 0,, where advertising- contracts can be made. ' " ' , '' i ' ' The Union is on file with 7 C. A. C003S & GPO, 1- .r ADVERTISING AGENTS, CHICAGO, ILL, 1 ' V Where advertising contract...

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 December 1882

14 ST. GEORGE UNION ST, GEORGE, U. ADVERTISEMENTS, D L AN K 'fiM&Xecs U0QK8. U and Due Bills, NEATLY PRINTED, and BOUND B ETTER Than can be done at ANY OIHER Establish , mcnt in Southern Utah, and at Prices that Defy COMPETITION. Give us your Orders!! "UNION" Office, St. George, Utah. U'lf A Young- Lady, between 10 and 15 years of age, Hpgp to set type. The applicant must be a fair scholar. Vp For particu ars, address or apply at St. George wL. Union office, St. George, Utah. 1 jamesbooth; 3 PHOTOGRAPHER 9 Is selling the New Family Sewing Machines in St George, for the small sum of $30. each. War ranted to give entire satisfaction, or money refuu ded, if returned within 6 days after sale. . PICKETT, RIDING & WOODBUHY, Successors to BUILDERS' UNION. L Depot lat North Street, near Post Office, -t Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of h VJJ HNTT TT R. R . iJ DWELLINGS, STORES, &.C. Erected on J 1 SHOIir NOTICE and REASONABLE Terms. . Wall Paper and Borders in Stock. k L...

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 January 1883

INDUSTRY MAKES THE DESERT BLOOM, WHILE IDLENESS LEADS TO RUIN. Jl I Vol. 2. ST. GEORGE, UTAH, JANUARY, 1S88. JSTo. . H H The Hollidays. "Christmas," and "New year's," where arc words ' so fraught with fun? To peep into their stockings, see how the merry children run! . Long; before the day is breaking, a host of joyous ' tongues we hear, Shouting, "Tell us, mother darling, has dear old Santa Claus been here?'1 "Yes," she cries, "and all good children, will from him a gift receive, Hut if there is any naughty, their stockings, t 4 empty, sure he'll leave." Up they scamper, one and all ; in their haste some trip and fall ; iTve been good," cries litt'e Johnny, "come and Hj see my gift, so funny! s First, there is some candies nice, next two naugh" ly little mice, A dog that barks ; but, last of all, is my beautiful glass ball." .. . "My gift is best," cries little Dick ; "I have got a horse and whip; I Fan has got a wax doll, too." 'Tvc got a cook v lu stove, " said Sue. "Ruth," said ...

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 January 1883

'' not increase their love and respect for ' me? 1 believe it will. I'll (think B of it.) JVb, FCC try it! and if my family do no be improyed, as well- as Br myself, by the next Conference, then I I'll say I'm not fit to take charge of these people and act the part of a father to them. I Now, what else? I'll set as good an example as I possibly can, use no bad language, or fail to visit the poor, needy, sink, or distressed: I will not be influenced by hear-say, thus giving unrighteous decisions where I am not posted on all sides. Seek by precept aad example to have a full supply of the Holy Ghost with me, that through my prayers I may be able to teach them how to obtain the same blessings, by our all being united and working with heart and hand for the same end and make each other truly happy. Why should we fail in this course? There is no such thing as fall, for God will not require anything of His servants except He prepares a way for its performance Plow many times has the way be...

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 January 1883

- Union & Echo. BATES OF ADVERTISING. Squares, i time. 2 times 4 times. "13 times Half S -5o $ .So $ 1 50 S 3-co One 1. 00 1.50 2.50 6.00 Two 2.00 3.00 5.00 11.00 ' Tli'rcc 3.00 4.50 7.50 16.00 Four 4.00 6.00 9.00 20.00 Five 5.00 7.50 11.50 25.00 Six' ' 6.00 9.00 1400 30.00 Seven 7.00 10.50 16.50 35oo Eijyht S.00 12.00 19.00 40.00 . Nine 900 13.50 21.50 45.00 Ten 10.00 1500 24.00 50.00 I . Ten lines of above type make one squnre. Births and deaths Published free. Transient advertisements Ten Cents a line each and every insertion. i The Union is on file with EDWIN ALDEM & BRO., A W!N6 N. W. Cor. 5th & Vine Streets, Cincinnati, 0., where advertising1 contracts can be made. The Union is on file with : C. A. & CO., ADVERTISING AGENTS, CHICAGO, ILL, ' Where advertising contracts can be made. LOG A LThITQ EN E R A L g5pVc shall deem it a favor if our friends and patrons in Southern Utah will send us local items transpiring in their vicinity. We also invite Postal Card Corr...

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 January 1883

H ST. GEORGE UNION JAMES BOOTH, PHOTOGKAPHEJts. Ts selling' the New Family Sewing Machines in Hl St. George, for the small sum of $30. each. War- ranted to give entire satisfaction, or money refun ded, if returned within 6 days after sale. I PICKETT, HIDING & WOODBURY, Successors to BUILDERS' UNION. Dqpot 1st North Street, near Post Office. Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of FUKNTTURE. DWELLINGS, STORES, &C. Erected on H SHORT NOTICE and REASONABLE Tekms. Wall Paper and Borders in Stock. Lumber, Shingles, &c. Constantly on hand. H JOHN M. MAOFARLANE, Surveyor & Attornoy-at-Law. "Office in Courthouse I SOOTS & SHOES Made to order by B En "jFr, ZOu 1 C3L 1 3QL g . I JOHN EARDLY, POTTER, ST. GEORGE, UTAH. H Jars and Teapots warranted as good H and as cheap as those imported, H OrStores supplied at Wholesale. C0 WARREN , HARDY, H MACI IINIST & MILL-WRIGHT i WOOD AND IRON TURNING, SCROLL i SAWING, CHOPPING ALL KINDS OF GRAIN, GRINDING SALT, PLASTER OF PARIS...

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 March 1883

' H -J INDUSTRY MAKES THE DESEHT BL003I, WHILE IDLENESS LEADS TO JTCJIN. :-; fl -Mr - , , -,.; -Mi . St?Gco:P;0.'Box56i.j. Bloomington, Wash. Co., Uiati, March, 1883. - EVol. 2, No. 3. JFlorfcuIturc From time to time we shall give illustrations of flowers and plants tint ?ill b.e beneficial in adorning and beautifying the horaea of lovers of the .-sweet scented and frngrant flowers, ' and such items and descriptions as will be useful to the novice, in their cultures ' Ariiavanthus. The Araaran thus embraces a large class of plants,- mainly valuable for their ornamental "'.. foliage, the leaves of most varieties i beinsr highly colored, while in some , the form as well as color is desirable. I ..-... The present popular ity of ornamental i eaveu plants lor beading out, renders I '..ibis class more than usually interest I ing. Our cuts show the most valua- I ble sorts. The drooping; flower, (cu m ; shows A. caudatus, sometimes! J called Love Lies Bleeding, with ra- II ;UVoemes of flow...

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 March 1883

flflf43 f Saints seem to be well satisfied with their loca- H tions in the Salt River Valley, and arc in hopes V J ' some day, not far distant, to sec one of the most H beautiful cities in Arizona, built by the Latter- W ' . day Saints, in the Salt River Valley. HHf There was a circumstance that occurred at V Hackberry, before we left, that I will briefly cx- m . plain for the benefit of your readers. I have, on two different occasions, While pass H. . ing through Hackberry, been requested to speak on the first principles of the gospel, and have re c ' sponded. On my return from the Mohave Val- '' ley to Hackberry, January 16, some of the citizens of that place invited me to speak in defense of piurl marriage. I accepted the invitation and at early candle-light was at the house where I was r .to preach. The people came in slowly and when a number had gathered I commenced to speak. All went on quietly until I began to bring up a proof to show that monogamy or the one wife sys- I . . ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 1 March 1883

i ' Union & Echo. ; RATES OF ADVERTISING Squares, i time. 2 times 4 times. 13 times I ' Half $ .60 .So $ 1 50 $ 3.00 One 1.00 1.50 2.50 6.00 Two 2.00 3.00 5.00 11.00 Thfcc 3.00 4.50 7.50 16.00 Four 4.00 6.00 9.00 20.00 Five 5.00 7.50 11.50 25.00 Six 6.00 9.00 14 00 30.00 Seven 7.00 10.50 16.50 35-oo liight S.00 12.00 19.00 40.00 Nine 900 13.50 21.50 45.00 Ten io.oo 15.00 24.00 50.00 Ten lines of above type make one square. Births and deaths Published free. Transient advertisements Ten Cents a line each and every insertion. The Union is on file with EDWIN ALDEN & BRQ., AK!NG N. W, Cor. 5th & Vine Streets, Cincinnati, 0,, where advertising contracts can be made. The Union is on file with ADVERTISING AGENTS, CHICAGO, ILL, WherS advertising contracts ' can be made. 53Subscribers finding- this notice marked with an X will understand that the timo paid for has expired and a renewal is respectfully requested. 500 CIRCULATION. On account of moving our establish ment we have been...

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 March 1883

'J . ITEMS QF. INTEREST.' - - nj The Telegraph office at St, George : has beeu liioved from Prest. E. Snow's M' residence lo the Court House i'.ndJos. -: C Beniley is now operator. m. ' We are informed the- clian'la'iers '' '.'for Stv. George Tabernacle have been ,,? received and put, in place. c i. A; fine rain on the 29th hist., liven- H 1., ing up the verdure wondei fully. The H ?J,f mountains around are capped -with H .'snow. H '- Scarlet Fever has again made its Hi way Into St. George, but we believe "'the cases are few, and as yet,., none H -'-fatal,! Moore's Throatand Lung1 Lozenges ior coughs, - colds and sore throat, and Moore's Pilules, for all H. 4 r Malarial Diseases, are for sale by John Pymm. I.' ' If an editor omits anything he i . -.lazy and if he speaks of anything1 as .:' it is, people are mnd; if he smooths I';', down the rough places Me is bribed ' ; if he calls things by their proper names' he is unfit for the position of I-' an editor; if he does not furnish hi...

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 April 1883

I ' j' ;J INDUSTRY MAKES THE DESERT BLOOM, WIIILE IDLENESS LEADS TO RUIN. T V? Sk'fieo. P.O.Box 561..J Bloomington, Wash. Co., Vtah, April, 1883. ' Vol. 2. "tto. 4. H II Do n't Stop my Paper. . Don't stop my paper, printer, Don ' t stri t c try n ;i me oil' yet ; I've many things to purchase, Dollars arc hard to get; . . 4 1 But tug- a little harder ' : Is. wbat I mean to do, , - , . , ;And scrape' the dimes together, ; , Enough for mc and you. , ' :I can't afford to drop it,. j , I Unci it dosen't pay Oir .i f 'To do without a paper ' ' ' ' However others may. " . "t . I hac'to ask my nejjjhb.ors ' , ' To give me theirs on loan : They don't just say, but mean tf, Why don't you have your own? .J :Y6n can't tell how wemiss it, . : ; ; If it, by. any fate, . .. i . " Shquld happen not to reaches, :w ; . fV Or come a little late ; - .''-fiC ;.''Then all is in a hubbub, . - - ;;. And things go nil awry, , 1. And, printer, if you're married, XwS MWl You know the reason why. - : ' 5No'I:J...

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 April 1883

k TILLAGE BOKO. PUBLISHED BY f J. W. CARPENTER, Editor & Proprietor. ITTerms: Fifty Gents por Volume. gJ "OUR COUNTRY, &c." Suggestions by a Mr. D. M, Rich er, nrdson, of Detroit, Mich. OurobjecL mm in giving any notioe of the- paper, is O- to correct a few misstatements H . in thai portion entitled "Polygamy in H the Territories," Of course Mr, R. H' must be a wise man! but mark what he. say?. In the fore part of his po H lygamy article he says, "The Mor 4' mpns now number about - 200,00(J," Bv ' and a little farther on says "There are about 200,000 polygamists; o! tins' number it is esti mated that there ore 70,000 children born in plura! wedlock, so called.'1 Great Jonathan Scottwash' out of H: , 200000 Mormons' he has '200,000 polygamists when not more than one LWk m eight to ten has more than on wifel He wants these '70,000 chil Bi dren and their 'mothers' 'freed from all. allegiance to the busbai d and fa- ther in plural wedlock,' and them 'become wards of the governme...

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 April 1883

f r UNION & VILLAGE ECHO. BATES OF ADVERTISING . Squares." i time, i times 4 times. iXtim'cs Half $ .60 8 .80 8 l 50 $ 3-oo - One 1. 00 1.50 3.50 6.00 Two a.oo 3.00 5.00 u. 00 Three 3.00 4.50 7.50 16.00 Four 4.00 6.00 9.00 20 00 Five 5.00 7.50 11.50 35.00 Six 6.00 9.00 14.00 30.00 Seven 7.00 10.50 16.50 35oo Eiht 8.00 13.00 19.00 40.00 Nine 900 13.50 31.50 45.00 Ten 10.00 15.00 34.00 50.00 Ten lines of above type make one square. Births and detiths Published free. Transient advertisements Ten Cents a line each nnd every insertion. The Uniox is on file with EDWIN ALDEN & BRO., TeW6 . W, Cor. 5th & Vino Streets, Cincinnati, 0,, where advertising- contracts can be innde. The Union is on file with Gr .A Q002J! & G09 ADVERTISING AGENTS, CHICAGO, ILL., Where advertising contracts can be made. OSubscribers finding this notice marked with an X will understand that the time paid for has expired and a renewal is respectfully requested. 500 CIRCULATION. j t 1 .... , HE THAT HAT...

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 April 1883

, ST, GEORGE UNION Hr A Few Forfeits. a During the long evenings many young r' folk will derive amusement from playing games of forfeits. The penance should 4 be Bomething that either is not easy to ' follow out to the letter that is, has f some catch in it or puts the person in a m conspicuous and amusing light. In all flg ' cases a forfeit should be designed to , amuse the company as a whole, and never to offend the person called upon tc H, pay it. In order to illustrate our idea oi a good forfeit, and also to furnish sug H. gestions to those who enjoy and take I part in such pleasant amusements, we ive .( a few of the forfeits that may be im posed. They are old, but none the less I ' excellent for that. Put a newspaper 1 1 upon the floor in such a way that twe I persons can stand upon it and not be f- able to touch each other with their hands, if By putting the paper in a doorway, one- i " half inside and the other outside of the t? room, and closing the door over it, the ! two p...

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 May 1883

I Iff ipfN fl . a"wi ION V 8 L L A 0 E 0 81 0 , . a INDUSTRY MAKES TI1E DESERT BLOOM, WUILE IDLENESS LEADS TO KU1N. , ; H f St. Geo. P.O. Box 561. Bloomington, Wash. Co., Utah, May, 1888. . Vol. 2. No. 5. .: From our regular Correspondent. Springdalc, Utah, April 2S, 18S3. I. Union & Echo: After ai unusual cold,dry winter, accompanied by heavy wind storms, which destroyed a great portion of the grapevines in the Rockville Ward, also winter wheat, March and April have been very cold, raining and snowing often, each storm being precccded by heavy winds, sit times almost fearful, at one the people became so alarmed that they left their resting places above and camped on the" basement lloor one family took refuge in an out-door cellar. However, our cabins are right-side-up with care. April is near ly gone and we have had but little growing weather. Twice lucern has been lopped nearly to the ground. First crop of grapes arc b'astcd; lover of true education and natures laws, say Re fo...

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 May 1883

- m ble sources. At the same time Mr. Pulitzer is do ' in0- everything to disprove these statements. His atticks on Jay Gould arc so outspoken and so vig oro is as to disarm almost every suspicion. At the same time, it must-not be forgotten that Wall Street methods arc very devious. The retired editor of the World goes to Europe shortly, and that will result in the breaking up of one of the most curious, and at the same time most luxurious bachelors quarters in the city. Few people ever saw it, but it was filled with curios, bronzes, bric-a-brac, books and out of the way tilings to such an extent as to eclipse even Dion Houcicault's famous snuygery. Mr. Hurlburt re- mW sided in the old University building. This is a c curious structure. It is built in the quaint archi- tcctural style prevalent in the early p.irt of last WmT' century. Its exterior is chiefly Gothic. Its inter- l ior is made up of antique looking rooms, with mW high bid fashioned windows and floors. These mW rooms are...

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 May 1883

ijtt 'i - . ' . n UNION & VILLAGE ECHO. I RATES OP ADVERTISING. Squares. i time. 2 times 4 times. 13 times Half S .60 8 .So S 1 50 S 3.00 One 1. 00 1.50 3.50 6.00 . Two 2.00 3.00 5.00 11.00 Three 3.00 4.50 7.50 . 16.00 Four . 4.00 6.00 9.00 20:00 Five . k.oo 7.50 11.50 25.00 Six-' 0.00 9.00 14.00 30.00 Sctcii 7.00 10.50 ?6.5o 35oo Kitfht 8.00 12.00 19.00 40.00 Nine- 9,00 13.50 21.50 45-oo Ten 10.00 15.00 24.00 50.00 Ten line's of above type make one square. Births and deaths Published free. Transient advertisements Ten Cents a line each and every insertion. The Union is on file with EDWIN ALDEN & BBQ., AS!N6 N, W. Cor. 5th & Vine Sireot3, Cincinnati, 0., where advertising1 contracts can be made. The Union is on file with o: jl: ooaz & a., ADVERTISING AGENTS, CHICAGO, ILL., Where advertising contracts can be made. r ; CU'Subscribcrs finding- this notice marked with fln X will, understand that the time paid for has expired and a renewal is respectfully requested. 500 C...

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 May 1883

Hf ' ' 1 - The Washington World and Citizen-Soldier, Mr nna'THE VILLAGE ECHO, both i year for only $1 jggT'Send. your orders to the Village Echo office I ' I : afMEWll0M ElD S If i CH&OAGOJLL.- II v ORANGE, MASS. I 1 yAtD ATLANTA, GA. -j ) p I AQjtiNTS WANTED. jfe . f St. George, Utah, Advcrtisomonts. f 1 j iAME BOOTH, $jlf selling the New Family Sewing Machines in S: George, for the small sum of $30. each. War-ranlcd-to . vc entire satisfaction, or money refuu 'B tl eel 1 , 'i f returned wi t hi n 6 days- after sale. mm WcJk N . M . MAOFAK I. A NE, H -X ; t ' Surveyor is Attorney-at-Law. C ' 2S?"0fiIcc in Courthouse. J I jSfuQwarrie, Morns & I . w&' ' Sniith9 M .Jl if' DEALERS IN " " " k Ji T CMJR UIAGJS8, m WJ LL PAJPEB, t&c. iU T. GEOBQEy UTAH. mmtmmmmik PICKETT, RIDING & WOODBURY, Successous to BUILD ERS' UNION. Depot 1st North Street, near Post Office. Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of FIT UNITURK, DWELLINGS, STORES, &C. Erected on SHORT NOTICE a...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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