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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 27 November 1897

!4 THE UNION. 1 ST. GEORGE P08T OFFICE. i .-Te rail" rCMn tHe north sirriv every day except Tuesday. The rniiil from Fine Valley nnd the South arrives ? every 1 uesduy and Saturday and leaves an Mon day nnd Friday. : , The onice is onrn from 7 a in. to 7 p. m. every 1 day -xcept Sundays and holiday when it is open iroi 4, to 5 p. in. K M.r v order and Registry department open from , a. m. to S ! " J JOHN l'VMM Postmaster. Daily Tonxperattxros. Nov Date. Day. Nihgt. 1 .Mercury was: 20, 67, 31. i -21, 76, 32. 22, 72, 34. .; 23, 72, 38. 1 24, 66, 22. " . 25, 54, 18. 26, 57, 18. J Saturday, November 27, 1897. 1 Brooms for sale for cash or flour ' by J. W. Carpenter, Agent. i ... m m m ' - Father Bracken and family have returned to our city to spend the winter. Robert Gardner is in town, but is too feeble to go around 'town . very much. , j George F. Jarvis returned home ;A from Pine Valley yesterday, 51 whither he has been digging p'ota- y toes on. shares. . James G. Rencher and family ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 27 November 1897

I 11 chin. While he is very seriou3 I hurt he is not dangerously injur- 1 ed. The doctor attended him and 1 put 9 stitches in the scalp. f Parents ought not allow their young children running races, as we consider it dangerous. 1 Last week two small boys were l seen down at the race track very li earnestly searching for something. II In answer to an enquiry as to what II they had lost, they said they hadn't IE lost anything, but they had heard II that there had been lots of money Hjt lost there and they were trying to 1 fiud some of it. HI When those boys grow older they H will learn that money lost at a race Hi track is never found again. They H will also learn that a race track is a Hi good place to keep away from. All HI who patronize race tracts are sure BE to be losers. Some will lose their Hi money, others their time, while some Hi will lose both time and money, and H those who are called winners are the HI -greatest losers of all, as their win- Hjj nings are usually just enou...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 4 December 1897

fTHE UNIONS I "FKOM THE JJTTLK ACORN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." -: M Yol. 10. No. 44. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, December 4, 1897. f3F" TERMS Adv:r7:.?i I -- - - sr h-m . H DELINQUENT CITY OF ST. GEORGE, UTAH. ' Iox tlxo Year 1387. If the city tuxes on the following described prop erty are not paid on or before Mondny, December 20, 1897, together with vcrccutage and costs, sis pro vided by the revenue laws of the State of Utah, suf ficient of s.iid prop"rtv vi.l h sold sit public auc tion, in front of the cointy C urt 1 louse, at 10 u. m on above date, to p.iv the same. Brinjjhurst, Adnline M. lot 3, hlok 1, plat IJ, lots 5, 6, block 4 plat B, .oS Brnc, Kdson, c lots 2, 3. b 42, p A 1.25 Cragun .l.nnes II. It 3, b 47, p A, v lu 2, 3 ' 39i P A, personal property, 3.20 Cunningham, V. J. personal property, .50 Carrington, Albert, It 4, b3o. p H, .10 Dcfriez, K. G., It 6, b 10, p C, .oS Fuller, Mrs. Mary D. It I, b 10, p A. 1.50 Gray, Mrs. Thomas L., personal property, .35...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 4 December 1897

H THE UNION. H Published every Saturday at H St. George, Washington.., Utah, H Jos, w . 0,x;t:txtx, H KU1T0K fc PltOl'lUKTOU. H TLRMJ-I ADVANCE. H One copy, one year, $1.50 H One copy, bIx mouths, .SO. I H One copy, three months, -15. H BATES OF ADVERTISING. I H i week; i month : 6 months; ore veur. H One inch, $i.oo. $2.75. $S.oo. $u.oa. B i column, 2.75. 5.50. 13 op. 19.50, , H ix colli mn, 5.00. 10:50, 19.50. 29,00 fl 1 column. fc.75. 17.60. 30.00. 45.00. H J3J"Local tioticts In reading type, ten H cents a line, each insertion. B 63T"We respectfully request that con- H tt'ibutors will hand in the general read- H ing matter that they desire to appear H the ensuing issue, not later than Tues- H day. morning, and local items not later f H than Friday morning, of each week. H Address all communications to H THE UNION, B Box 512, ST. GKOROR, HH Washington To., .UTAH. H Entered at the Post Office at St. .George. B Washington Go.. Utah, as M'cond class B matter, March 27, IS 00. . B Sat...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 4 December 1897

sWBHBHlBMRBTMMMMMMffiS .muwmu ill Jill WJIHHIIRIVWilMWJ tWf ?B W -?SS Miw a ' " ' i w iwwwf . THE UNION. 'i : ! ST. 0EOH0E P08T OFFICE. Tha mail from tkc no'rta arrives ery day except Taesday. The mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives very Tuesday'and Saturday and leaves an Mo. 4ay and Friday. , The office is oien from 7 a. in. to 7 p. m. every Jay xcept Sundays and holidays when it is open fire-m 4 to 5 p. m. Mca.sy order and Registry department open from 8 a. m,l 5 p. m. JOHN PYMM Postmaster. ft IDsm-ily lXlez33rpoxA.'t-i3.xois. Nov Date. Day. Nihgt. i Mercviry wasf 27; 55, 17. ! .28, 55, 17. 29, 60, 20. I 30, 60, 25. I Dec. 1, 51, 30. S fc ' 2, 48, 15. 3, 50, . 14. ' i " Saturday, December 4, 1897. b '- - - 4 . Brooms for sale for cash or flour fi ty J. W. Carpenter, Agent - - LiOSt. I1 September, 1897 while coming from Milford, Utah, & sack containing clothes, among which was a lady's Large bhawl, was supposed to have been Lost somewhere between tha Meadows and Chadbur...

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

I 1 H WHY SHE MARRIED HIM. She Knew H1q I ntiltn to a Dot, Dmt ' Sbe lintl rue tor Illm. ' M, It was their first quarrel. B "Well, I doa't see how I.came to inarry Hi you,"fshe snapped. j B' "Same here," he returned. ! B "Whatever J could see in you," she m returned bitterly. "All men are the H same, as lovers, but aa husbands it's dif- B fcrent, you know." B "Oh, ho! all men are the same as B lowers. Then you had a lot of lovers? B Thanks for your extraordinary candor.! B I always thought you were a flirt, but B now you have spoken the words out of H your own mouth." i B "Out of ray own mouth! Can a per- H son speak with some one else's mouth, ' H you ninny? Why don't you try to be H logical as well as insulting? I suppose H ' it's too much to expect from one whose H brains arc in his mustache or in his H clothes, or in his pretty feet. Oh, don't H whine; I know your faults to a dot." B "Well, since you do," he added, "I will H be frank with you and say that I mnr- H ried you 1o ic...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 11 December 1897

-W&ril TT Tl "' XT TOT W r TOT Sgs. ' H x n jla . u iviuii s I " H I "FROM THE JJTTLIC ACOIiN GROWS THK MASS! V JO OAK." H I Vol. 10. No. -15. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, December 11, 1897. tW TERMS AtcAr: 1 I 1?J&.3C5L XjXJE8,X - CITY OF ST. GEORGE, UTAH. ZEOjC Tk3a.o "So3r 1897. If the ckv tuxes on the following1 described prop- j erty ate not p.iiil on or butore Monday, Deer inbor j so.' 1897, together with vercentnge and cots, as pro ' vided liv the revenue laws of the Slate of Ulah, Mif- I ilcient of s.iid prop-rty will be sold :it public auc- tton, in Irnnt of tlie county Court House, at 10 a. m. on above date, to pay the same. J5ringhurst, Adeline M. lot 3, block I, plat B, lots 5, 6, block 4 pUt B, .oS t Brne, Edson. e'.j lots 2,3. b 43, p A 1.35 Cragun James H. It 3, b 47, j A. w Us a, 3, b 39, p A, personal property, 3.30 Cunningham, W. J. personal property, .50 Carrinuton, Albert, It 4, b 30. p B, .10 Defriez, K. G., It 6, b io, p C, .oS Fuller, Mr...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 11 December 1897

Hi IB ssskssH''i 'V H n (please don't confound this with 1 "Laughing waters,") even a Dixie H Line of iron steamships, right new H from the Pinto iron works, includ- B ing the Lord mayor's Brown Barge, H thus establishing inter-ocean navi- H gation, making a commercial outlet H for the surplus products of the Di-vie H Flour Mills, Le Virken and other H fruits and the products of the vine. H ' Such prolific compensation cannot H be over estimated, ie. as long as the H tears Hl But, says one, if these grief-waters H continue to flow what will become H of our Railroads, public highways, H delinquent poll tax, &c? H Know ve not that we shall be a H modern Venice, subject to piles? so H that the school house pile driver will fl be kept thumping continually day H and night J And how delightful it H will be to see the cow boy leave his H defunct cayuse in the attic, mount H his Gondola and paddle by moon- H light over the silvery waves to com- H press the corset of his loved immor- H a...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 11 December 1897

Ii v I "nrliiliw w i rMiim ii imnu" v ' ' " " ' w THE UNION. ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. The mail from the north arrive every day except Tuesday. Tne muil from Pine Valley and the South arrives every Tuesday and Saturday and leave n Mom- day and Friday. The office is open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. every day -xcept Sundays and holidays when it is open froi. 4 to S p. in. ? M..;pv order and Registry department open from ., 8 a. ni, to 5 p. m. $ JOHN PYMM Postmaster. -3 11 ft 3Dfcily Toniperatni'oo. I Dec. Date. Day. Nihgt. I M ercury was: 4, 50, 13. ,., . 5, 52, 13. I . i 6, 55, 17. I' ' L , 7, 57, 22. i 8, 57, 22. .9, 55, 18. j 10, 53, 20. . i Last week there was 15-100 of I an inch of rain fell. This week we 1 did not get the measurement. ' w ww mi ii ii inn iiwiiqii Saturday, December 11, 1897. Brooms for sale for cash or flour I by J. "W. Carpenter, Agent. , ,., JLoSt. In September, 1897 while coming from Miiford, Utah, a sack containing clothes, among ;hich was a lady's Large Shawl, 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. — 11 December 1897

B mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammatmmmmrjmmmmmmmmmmm 1 Among the most drooled enemies 1 of the timid little Angora are the B jackal, the red lynx and the bab- M oon; the tvro former kill the kids M for their flesh, but the baboon rip m open the udders of the ewes in 1 serch of milk, and even open the B stomachs of the kids for the m sake of the curdled milk they 1 may obtain. The first two B animals are poisoned and hunted H down with dogs where possible H and to keep down the baboon fl shooting parties are frequently H organized. By way of enpourag- H ing the extinction of these pests H the Government pays three shill- H irigs a tail for jackals and one shill- M ing a tail for baboons. Oregon H Agriculturist. H If you are thinking of buying a M fire una burglar proof Safe, give M . J. W. Carpenter your orders, and H get a Victor. M Fresh Lime on sale after Nov- H ember 24th by Edward Christian. j The man who whistles seldom H; swears; it is the people who are n compelled to listen to him t...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 18 December 1897

HI r IH LLR leLLI H HI It I THE UNION." I "FUOM THE LTTTLR AGO UN GROWS THK MASSTVK OAK' H I Vol. 10. No. 46. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, December 18, 1897. r TERMS mI'VJ H -..., -,- jMaJwu.mjmim hi . .u- jwuiii Hi m Html iniiniiiii iiirni n Bin n inr in i in i I Tminirrv- fiT'i m r i iiiiinrr 1 1 ' n mil in mi in in niim in ! i iiumi i imiiimiiii u 'i fll I Mil IMMWfiY I CITY OF ST. GEORGE, UTAH. I DEox' t;l!.a 3Toar 1897. B If the city taxes on the following decribed prop- erty urc not paid on or before Monday, December to. 1807, together with percentage and costs, as pro- vided'bv the revenue laws of the Stats of Utah, snT- flrirnt of s:iid nron-rtv will be sold at public auc- tlon, in front of the county Court House, at 10 a. in H on above dMc, to pay the snme. I Bringhurst, Adaline M. lot 3, block 1, plat I 11, lots s, 6, block 4 pint P., oS I Barnes, Edson. etf loU a, 3. b 41, p A l.S I Cragun James II. It 3, b 47, p A. w4 Its , I 3. h 39 I A personal property,...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 18 December 1897

) B ly hand to cast a little oil on the B troubled tear-waters? nor e'en H throw out a cork jacket or life pre- H server? or won't some pyrotccnic B friend or fiend make a racket, and send a rocket to the nearest marine H life saving station? and signal the m wetness of our condition! Or shall B it be said, m Hark, the rippling of the waters W Pensive songs from Dixie's dauters; Am With frenzied hand she strikes the H Lyre H And sings we're safe! from all hell H Cast off from heaven, H Shut out from hell, H' Where can we go R Where shall we dwell ? M Forever Barred of christian glory; K Unlit for Papal Purgatory. Ht. Well may we gaze and even stare R For oh the whence less of the where M The infinite beyond our trace, mm Where is, oh where? our resting M place. W In the clouds there's a rift! K A Nymph! in her shift H Girt round with a belt, (latest fash- H In her hand there's a wand, Hd Sha waves o'er the Land, Hj For she seems in a bit of a passion. 1 Like Lightning her Bike decen...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 18 December 1897

tS V THE UKION. J ST. GEOROE P08T OFFICE. Jf Tha mail from tk nortk arrival tvery day except Tuesdaj. The mail rrom Pine Valley and the South arrives every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves an Mob (lay and Friday. The office is Aen from 7 a m. to 7 p. m. every 4ayxcept Suuday and holidays when it is open fri 4 to S p. m. 4 Ukv rder and Registry department open from j I a. , to 5 p. in. 1 JOHN PYMM Postmaster. TM-i. r ,, , ,r - - T IS W i 5' Dec. Date. Day. Nihgt. .Mercury was: 11, 54, 20. 12, 58, 16. 13, 55, 17. 1 . 14, 53, 27. 15, 50, 21. 1G, 43, 15. 17, 46, 25. Bain 45-100 of an inch. Snow at 3:30, 5 inches deep and still t snowing. Saturday, December 18, 1897. Mm iiisiiw i inn mill - ...... - . r-r- 1 Mi ii i.iws sya l 7 j 7-, ;t--" - ttw -j-- J OSt IQ September, 1897 while coming from Milford, Utah, a sack containing clothes, among which was a lady's Large Shawl, was supposed to have been Lost somewhere between ths Meadows and Ohadburns, on the Santa Clara . The finder will be rew...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 18 December 1897

H DRINKERS OF COfrtE. H ! Chronic Coffee Poisoning Much More H Common than Supposed. K A New York doctor snya his B obaervation lias shown beyond B ! queution that chronic coffee poison- H i in" is much more common than is Hv generally supposed. The syinp-' H , toms are usually confounded with H alcoholic disturbance, he says, be- H j cause coffee dyspepsia bears a strik- H ! ing resemblance to alcoholic dys- "' pepsia. There is the same disgust H' for food, morning expectoration of K mucus, and marked anorexia. K This disgust foi food increases in l severe cases until the patient can B only take coffee or bread soaked B in coffee. Nausea follows, and the B' pationt becomes emaciated, lnso- m mni'i is a marked symptom, or, if m sleep occurs, terrifying dreams de- tract from its benefit. Trembliug K of the entire body, especially of K the lips and tongue is noticeable. 'i Even the cramps in the limbs H" which accompany alcohalic poison- - ing frequently occur. An effort m of the conf...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 25 December 1897

"1 I 1 I A- OL JLj U 1 I U 11 I. I "i fPi "" '' " ::- nwrac H m ' "FROM THE 1,1'ITLK, AOOKN (HIOWS THK MASS1VK OAK," I M Vol.10. No. 47. St. George, Washington Co., "Utah, Saturday, December 25, 1897. tW TERMS ATCr. I 'H A 11 -Year-Old Boy's Letter on Alcohol. Jm Alcohol has a colorless flame. It K' is the ruin of many a man. Itquick- II ens the pulse, inflames and poison IH the system: it dulls the brain and in many cases cause the death of those K who indulge in it. The saloon is Hi t man's greatest enemy. It invites mm men to spend their time and givetheir money and character in exchange for liquor. Boys and young men often begin m with cider, and they say "it can do no harm," but it is not long until cider is not strong enough, then they drink wine, but before long they crave B something stronger, and drink whis M key, which is greater part alcohol. f Many say when they first begin to I drink they can leave it alone, but 1 appetite soon gets the better of I them and they become ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 25 December 1897

b h' t he u n i o n . B' ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. B Tlic mail from the north arrives every day except H Tne mail from Pine Valley and the South arrives B every Tuesday and Saturday and leaves on Mori- B dav M The olTice is oirn from 7 a in. to 7 p. tn. every H day xccpt Sundays anil holidays when it is open H-- M'M' order and Keistry department open from 1 JOHN l'VMM B ' Dec. Date. Day. Nihgt. 1 .Mercury was: IS, 35, 10. H 41, M 23, 42, 13. . . 24, 42, 9. 1 .-!-. - B Saturday, December 25, 1897. H CHRISTMAS B Christmas bells are ringing, B Ringing glad and gay. B Voices sweet are singing B Songs of Christmas Day. B - Heart, what joyous music. B For thy part dost bring? B Hast thou filled sad places B with love's carolling? H Christmas bells are ringing, H Heart, what gift of thine HH Marks the day,s sweet meaning H Purposes divine? H How dost tell the story B Of the heavenly birth H With its streaming glory H Filling all the earth? H Christmas bells are ringing, H Ringing joyfully H ...

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 January 1898

mttttttu ! ppppppppppH H - - I HMflflflfli -T ! ri jcL. L) 1 1 U 1M .ir I H - - .-i - - ., 1 1. . . , . i ,, i ,,, .. . . . . . .. . i . , ,, ,. . . - - .... 1 1 - - ... I- "'""' "" " Mfr" i'" H H "FROM THH, IJTT1.R ACORN OHOWS THK MARSTVK OAK." fl H IP . . . UJ..JIJ.ULL .J.. I- -J. ..JilL'J 1. -.' L .LJ-lllJllJ.. .'II. 111-11'. J.-1 ! L. .l I J. UMI . . ;B.p .. 1. . ' " HJ. . J'l 1H 1BIH I' J 1 IIM1U . ' H Vol. 10. No. 48. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, January 15, 1898. Sr TERMS MZrTo. I FOR SALE. H The Union H Printing Plant H is for sale at a BARGAIN for m Cask Down. PH Address, or caII at the office. 1 HUMAN BRAINS. H How Science Views the Difference H Between Men and Women. H The weightier brain would seem fl ' also to indicate, a priori, the great- H er intellectual power, and this, too, B is borne out by undoubted facts. H Women, it has often been said, have J yet to produce their Newton, their 1 Dante, their Aristotle, their Pascal, B " their Goethe. The assert...

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 January 1898

H THE UNION. H Published every Saturday at B St. George, Washington Co., Utah, H H 00101. "XW. Oarpontor, H EDITOR k VHUVHIHIUH. H TL'RMo-L ADVANCE. H One copy, one year, $1.50 H One copy, nix months, .M H One copy, three mo'lths, -4f- H RATES OF ADVERTISING. H i week; i montli: 6 months; o.-c year. H On inch, $i.oo. $2.75- $So- $"-. H 'column, 3.75. 5.50. 13 co. 19.50. H column, 5.00. 10.50. 19-50- 2-oo. H 1 column. 8.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. B JLocal notices in readinK type, ten H cents a line, each insertion. H G5Vp respectfully request thnt 0011- B tributors will hand in the general read- B ing matter that they desire to appear in M the ensuing issue, not later 'than Tues- B day morning, and local items not later B Mian Friday morning, of encli week. H Address all cotnmnnfeations to H THE UNION, m Box 512, ST. GEORGE, H Washington Co., ihaw. H Entered at the Post Office at St. George. B Washington Co.. Utah, as beeond class H matter, March 27, 1800. B aur; H Saturday, January 15...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 15 January 1898

w ? ii,, THE U NIOY. ST. GEORGE P08T OFFICE TdS-1!l frra lWC "rtk rrlY" rttJ iA7 exccpt ! , . The mall from Pine Valley and the South arrives " , ZJi Fridayl SatUrdr nd leaves .,, Mon- ' . Thc ofricejs onm from 7 a m. to 7 n. m. evcrv i 4ay -xcept Sundays and holidays when it is onen a ' ffor-' 4 to 5 p. rn. ' , . Mvr ry,ortler and Registry department optn from I , It. m.losp. m. ' j . JOHN PYMM Postmaster. I XDily Tomporaturo. t. Dec. Date. Day. Nihgt. Jfercury was: 25, 45, 10. 26, 47, 14 ! ' 27, 46, 14. i 28, 56, 15. 29, 52, 15. i 30, 52, 18. " 31, 56, 18. Temperatures for January: i d55, ni6; 2 CI56, 1117; 352,1126; 4 61 22; 5 57 22; 6 56 28; 7 45 26: 8 42 28; 9 41 25; I 10 44 22; 11 39 13; 12 36 7; j 13 37 8; 14 41 9. f 1 W i IM i Saturday, January 8, 1898. ,1, " , See Notice of the Union plant for ; sale, to be found in another column. Erajl Graf passed away this morn- I ing at 8 o'clock, particulars will be t in this issue. t $ James Dean, who was a former I resident in this 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. — 15 January 1898

I H COKRESPONDENCE. H McComb City, Miss., H Dec. 8, 1807. V Editor Union: B Presuming a few words from H this pari will be interesting to my H ( many friends, I thought I would M , On April 6, 1807, after bidding H my friends good bye, I started on H ' my mission to the Southern States B and was appointed to labor in the H j state of Mississippi along with H , others, and 1 landed there on B April 20. My laboring com- H panion not having received H , the word sent him did HVV not arrive, and being a Hfrv.'-I stranger in a strange city with but jjjy iive dollars in my pocket, it took a H good deal of fasting and praying H to make our little spin out as far as possible. I wrote to head- H quarters and finally tw elders , came and two elders went with H them and elder EEjke au 1 were H: sant to a neighboring county Hj where we wore to find them. We H shouldered our grips and startpd, H' the distance being about 100 miles H through a pino woody country. H We did not have a cent m our H ...

Publication Title: Union, The
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