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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 5 February 1898

" '" ' Hi iTTTnnr niiBiiTHfriiiniiniiwtBwmBoac tnn-MiiMBiiriKric.TjiMMtr tiim-.Lj-i--ihmiJiim. - "" BHaHHNRHH mm 1 j J Hi 1 I fTHE UNIONS :. ' - ' ... i . , . . . ---. fi . ... , L - S "FKOM THE LITTLK ACOUN OKOWR THE MASSTVK OAK." II M .... J....lMJ.m...,IM1..,lll,Ull.l.l.lll- W -h f ,.,!,.!,,, ! Vol. 10. No. 49. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, February 5, 1898. m TERMS A,teA..'r:;?:5: I --- ----- --.- ----- -M,--,-J .... M Fori n a i r OR SA F The Union Printing Plant is for sale at a BARGAIN for Cash Down. Address, or caII at the oilice. YOUNG GOLD-SEEKER. Port Townsend, Wash., Jan. 28. I' Last night, while custom officers I were searching tha steamer "City I of Topeka" for. contraband liquors, I previous to her sailing for Alaska, I they found in an obscure placf in 1 the ship's hold a little five-year- 1 old boy, sound asleep. The lad I gave his name as Frank Tomling- soi', and Tacoma as his home. He said he was going to Klondike to L. S gold. The boy will be sent "...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 5 February 1898

H THE UNION. B Publishod every Saturday at H St. Goorgo, Washington Co., Utah, B Tom, XV. Carpontor, H TERMS Jim ADVANCE. H One copy, one year, $l.fiO H One copy, six months, H One copy, three mouths, H BATES OF ADVERTISING. t week; i month : 6 months: B One inch, $1.00. $2.75. $S.oo. $u.oo B column, 3.75. 5.50. 1300. 19.50. H n column, 5.00. 19-So. 29 00. 1 1 column. 8.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. HB 23TLocal notices in reading type, ten H cents a each insertion. B 62TWo respectfully request HB tributors will hand in general H ing matter that they desire appear in H the ensuing issue, not later Tues- H day morning, and B than Friday morning, of each B Address all communications to B THE UNIOM, H Box ST. GEORGE, B Washington Co., UTAU. H Entered at tlie Post Offiee at St. George. B Washington Co., Utah, as second class B matter, March 27, 1890. B ir " B Saturday, February 5, 1893. m Three more numbers completes H volume 10 of The Union . During 1 the year 1896, our receipt were H $155.8...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 5 February 1898

!T II E UUO. ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. Thetruil from the north arrives eery day except Tuesday. The in.ill from Pine Valley anil the South arrives very Tuesday and Sturduy and leaves on Mon day and Friday. The office is oiirn from 7 a in. t 7 p. m. every dny-xcept Stuulajs and holidays w hen it is open a froi 4 to 5 p.m. I Mi.."V order and Hejjistry department open from , I . S a. m. it 5 p. in. 'J. JOHN PYMM Postmaster. M UJL..'.. '. . .1,1. $ Temperatures for January: fi 1642, 1-119; 1740, 1-117; 1846,1115; f 19 44 21; 20 44 15; 21 44 11; P 23 4o 12: 24 36 1; 25 35 5; I 26 36 o; 27 37 13; 28 40 26; I- Feb. Date. Day. Nihgt. ft ilfercury was: 1, 51, 20. I 2 53' 2L I 3, 55, 22. 1 4, 57, 21. M in mil n . P Saturday, February 5, 1898. We had five inches of snow tt again on Friday, January 28. .fi -1 .i . .i J During our bad weather the J mails have been behind, but they are all right again now. 14 p-. House plants that have been frozen can be saved by dipping them into a tub of water an...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 5 February 1898

H Joseph William Kemp was born H in St. George, Utah, August 14, H 1S72, and died January 16, 1S9S. B The funeral services were held in B the St. George Tabernacle January H 17, 1898, bishop Tames Andrus pt'e- 1 Elder Jumes G. Bleak said we H cling to those who are afflicted and 1 we are loth to part with those we H love and the speaker must have the H spirit of God to give him words or H he cannot give any consolation to H those who' are bereaved, for we H know that it is ordained to man H once to die, and in this case all that H a loving mother, brothers, sisters H and friends could do has been done H and he felt to bless all th'at has ad- H ministered in any way to the comfort m of the family, for while we mourn H for his loss, yet we rejoice to knew H that he died in the faith of the gob- H' pel. We know that his widowed H mother has been very diligent in H 'training up thc.se her children in the M fear of the Lord. He asked what is d the condition of those who have H covenanted...

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 February 1898

fTHE UNION.? I ' . . . . . . ., ,. . ,,,. m "JPIiOM THE I.TTTJLR ACOHN GROWS THK MASSIVE OAK." H M I . Illlimi III I HI I. Jill ! l-llll HI Mil m?-TTWT I IMT-WJI H I Ml 1 ' I111TW1 Ulllll I. i, H Vol. 10. No. 50. St. George, "Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, February 19, 1898. GT" TERMS fcd:?i I !MMMMManMaanaMMaBaaaaaaMaMaMHHMManaMHanMMMMnaHBiMaiMKii H . - . -,,,,. j FOR SALE. The Union Printing Plant is for sale at a BARGAIN for I Cash Down. Address, or caII at the office. School Lands. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the State Board of Land Commissioners will, at its next regular meeting, to be held on March ist, 1898, consid er applications fore lease of all un--, ,- sold school lands in the State of Utah, kjsi,. - .. - wnjcn nave not been applied for un der "Preference Right." Lands which have not been heretofore ap- I praised will not be leased for a longer period than one year, All parties desiring to lease School lands will make their applications J to lease at as early a ...

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 February 1898

H the -first to Turing- disgrace on the lam- H ilj- name and I care more for it than H for his ipunishraent." H In New York we i ound'tJie man whom B, T had surprised in hunting-. Through H fear he was induced to discover the H whereabouts of "tJousin Bob." V, ilh the H .suavity of a diplomat and a running- B iire of wit, 'he accepted' our lcrn:s. lie H assured us with unblushing- railler (hat H the presidlent's dautg-hter had pierced H his heart, that 'he had voluntarily de- H -cided upon a resider.ee abroad and that H' it afforded him inexpressible pleasure H to coim.pl y Avit'h our wishes. H' I Pl,t t'he -bank on its feet again, made H 'the old president the lia.ppicat man in B the country, tickled Uncle BrufT so that H he named me as his sole heir, and made H Marg-ie Morell my wife. I'll say nothing- fl of myself, but Mrs. Dr. .om Curran's H receptions are the most popular and H most soug-ht after in one of theigrcatest H cities of the country. Detroit Free fl Wipe a steak with ...

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 February 1898

shall be treated as an American in dustry. Once assured of that, there will be no lack of American vessels to carry Amer ican commerce. Economist. T HE UNION. ST. GEOROE POST OFFICE. The mail from tliu north rrive very Jay except Tuesday. The mail from Pine Valley Mid the South arrives arery Tuesday and Saturday and leave on Mon day and Friday. The oflice is open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. tn. every iay except Soudayi anil holidays when it is open froi 4 to 5 p. 111. UijfV order jind Registry department open from 3 a. m, lc 5 p. m. JOHN l'YMM Postmaster. a-Aii ' 1 .. . 1 XJ-cidLXy Torsapor atur o . Temperatures for February: 6 50, 1129; 7 54, 1134; 8 57, 1125; 9 55 -so; 10 54 20; 11 59 23; Rain .56. Feb. Date. Day. Nihgt. ilfercury was: 13, 64, 25. , - 14, 79, 26. 15, 68, 26. 16, 65, 25. 17, 55, 20. 18, 60, 22. Saturday, February 19, 1898. f The St. George Union's printing plant is advertised for sale, an elo quant testimonial to the lack of life in the citizens of Dixie. Richfield Advoca...

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 February 1898

sH' H gT'Good clean wheat wanted at H The Qnion office; who can supply H figsTHay wanted on subscription 1 to The Union. John T. Morse, H Mason, cfc DElS"fto2rox. H ' ST. GEORGE, UTAH. 8 j Satisfaction guaranteed and prices H J reasonable. Produce taken at a H cash valuation. I OREGON SHORT I Line Railed ad H:l The direct line to Salt Lake City H and all Utah points. H In effect October 31, 1807. H Northbound. STATU NS. Southbound. r Leave 7:30 P. SI. Frisco Arrive 8:45 A. M. M Arrive 6:45 " (.MUford lAtrlce6:25 " C Leave 9:10 " j 1 Loave 7:05 " f Leave 1:05 A.M. Clear Lake L.cuvr 3:50 " H Leave 2:00 Oasis 1 Leave 2:00 H! Airive 5:00 " I Juab J Arrive io:co P. M. i Leave 5:50 f 1 Leave 10:25 " j, Leave 0:30 Nephi Leave 9:15 " H I Leave 7:5a Provo Leave 7:40 B ' Arrive 9:35 Salt Lake Leave 6:00 ? Trains between Ncpbi and Frisco run daily H cept Sundays. f Latest improved Tourists Sleepers on all passan- trer trains between Milfurd and Si) It Lake City. 4 Four trains dailv hetween Sal...

Publication Title: Union, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 26 February 1898

m I M ? ..'I I yTHE UNIQN.-y "PROM THE rITTLK. ACORN GHOWS THE MASSTVK OAK." H !!- . fl'l.ll I. i.n II. 'Hl.ll. 111. ML II Ul. ',,,L1, 'IIH. L ,. 1 IV!.. .1 .." .1 -L-l , J ". T ' II I I , UH-Wli ILLlm1..' "I.-.. HJ...U.' . ' H J Vol. 10. No. 51. St. George, "Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, February 26, 1898. (ST TERMS JftittrTtS: I ,. -lm , ! - .. - - r-iiMi i H TOR SALE. The Union Printing Plant is for sale at a BARGAIN for Cash Down. I Address, Or caII at .the office. I ' School Lands. .. NOTICE. I ' . - Notice is hereby given that the f "' State Board of Land Commissioners j- II will, at its next regular meeting, to be held on March ist, 1898, consid er applications fore lease of all un ggjIljAsold.school lands in the State of Utah, der "Preference' Right." Lands which have not been heretofore ap praised will not be leased for a longer period than one year, All parties desiring to lease School j it lands will make their applications j ; .- to lease at as early a date as possi bl...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 26 February 1898

'' H' ' jgGood clean wheat wanted at H: The Union oliice; who can supply H ,m I jgHay wanted on subscription j to The Union. 4 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm B 1 John T. Morse, I ST. GEORGE, UTAH. H Satisfaction guaranteed and prices H reasonable. Produce taken at a B cash valuation. I OREGON SHORT Line Railroad H The direct line to Salt Lake City H and all Utah points. B In effect October 31, 18i7. B Northbound. STAII NS. Southbound. B Leave 7:301. M. Fiuco Arrive S: 15 A. M. B k Arrive 8:45 jMilford lAince6:25 " M J.cave 9:10 ' J 1 Leave 7:05 " BB -euve 1:05 A.M. Clear Liikc Icuve 2:50 B Leave 2:00 Oasis Lejiveatoo " BBBJ Airivc 5:00 " I Juab J Arrive 10:00 P. M. H Leave S'-S " I, ,, t I;eve 10W5 " BBfl Leave 6:?o " Nc-plii Leave 9:15 H Leave 7 15 J Provo Leave 7:40 " BBB Arrive 9:35 " Sa't Lake Leave 6:00 " H Trains between Nepbl and Krisco run daily cx- H cep Sundays. B Latest improved Tourists Sleepers on all passen- H ger trauiB between Milfird and Salt Lake City. H Four trains dailv be...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 12 March 1898

H I Wr A & - I u,o ii'v vofii H "FKOM THE rTTTJLre ACORN OROWS THE MASS! 'K OAK." . , , 4, .(J yrij -jvo H ii.'i-iggBPmg"-uu.Bgj-ijjmiJLiiu-auiLM g mii jii jh.l.'J, um ii m ii i .Li.jm.jm.u . i '. n . ,n ". i. j r iiuunim i ., ..m v . . i il.-,..... -. t 'l.f.'f H Vol. 10. No. 53.' St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, March 12, 1898. tW TERMS StAuvSrR,SaiaMo09n I Our new stock of paper will be hen: in a few days. The storm we had on Thursday has ) cooled the air considerably. ( CITY ORDINANCES. I An Ordinance amending Section 38, Chapter V in, of the Revised f Ordinances of the City of St. 1 George. Be it Ordaiued by the City Coun cil of the City of St. George, that Section 38, Chapter Vi 1 1, of the Revised Ordinances of the City of St. George, be and is hereby amend ed so as to read as follows: The Recorder shall countersign I all contracts made in behalf of the City and shall cause all Ordinances passed by the City Council, within two weeics after they shall have been ...

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 March 1898

H H they will eat up at once, then sever al ' al times during the clay throw a B little small grains, wheat, oats or B buckwheat for a variety, on the floor, and cover it several inches -) H - deep with s little of leaves, chaff or m other material. Cut bone and meat H should be kept in boxes with slats H over the top. Green bone from the B butchers, cut with a bone cutter, is H necessary to get the best results, as ' it takes the place of the worms and H' insects which the hens get in sum H . mer. Shells and grit must be pro- H vided and boxes of dry earth near a Hi sunny window for a dust bath. H Church and Farm. ssK H X&JLX:r X(oxKXfoam.txi.x'oiat. H Mar. Date. Day. Nihgfc H itfercury was: 5, 75, 30. H'! 0, 72, 34 7, 80, -10. 8, 75, 32. 9, 72, 31. 10, 51, ' 25. B 11, 58, 28. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. H Estate of Sarah H.Worthen deceased. B Notice is hereby given by the under- 1 signed, Administrator of the Estate M i of Sarah H. Worthen, deceased, "to j the creditors of and all pe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 19 March 1898

I THE UNION.? I R ' ' ' i . , i , , rBC H ,M "FROM THE I,TTT1TC ACORN GROWS THE MASSIVE OAK." H I Vol. 10. No. 54. St. George, "Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, March 19, 1898. ty TERMS aT;,?: B 1 f VAV4t.jUVv5t.A.A...A.n4.J.-VAJ' !' OLD HORN'S PEAK'S LEAD. ;j i 1 " 4 The Lost Mine That Cost Gcorf c - 4 Skinner His Life. - .4 f, NOT long ago a party of mining men gathered at one of the princi pal hotels in Denver to discuss mat ters and things of interest to the min ing business. Some of them had made large fortunes in mining, and not a few had had actual exp-erience in prospect ing and its many hardships. The con versation naturally turned to the early days of mining in the state, and, after Feveral incidents of interest had been recounted, one of the party drew from his pocket a buckskin bag, from which he produced a large gold nugget of considerable value, and in appearance unlike anything usually seen in that part of the state. "This nugget," said he, "has a his tory which to me ...

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 March 1898

I THE UfSON. H Published every Saturday at 1 St. George, Washington Co., Utah, H Jos. W. Oarpoaxtor, B EDITOR k VROVRIEWR. M TBRMcJ-In" ADVANCE. H Sne copy, one year, $1.50. H Uue copy, six months, .0 H One copy, three months, .45. H BATES OF ADVERTISING. H i week; i month : 6 months; o. c vear. H ne inch, $i.oo. $2.75. $S 00. $12.00. H - V column, 2.75. 5.50. 13 00. 19.50. H S column, 5.00. 10.50. 19.50. 29.00. B 1 column. 8.75. 17.00. 30.00. 45.00. H JQTLocal notices in reading type,ten H cents a lino, each insertion. H GSTWe respect fully request that con- H tributors will huiul in the general read- H ing matter that they desire to appear in H r.he ensuing issue, not later than Tues- H tiay morning, and local Hums not later H than Friday morning, of each week. H Address all communications to LH THE UNION, H Box 612, ST. GEOROE, j Washington Co., UTAH. H Kntered at the Post Ollleo at St. George, H Wushlnirton Co., Utah, aa second clacS H matter, March '27, 18. B Jfc wMJ MiMMHi Hil...

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 March 1898

IT HE U ftl O N . ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. The mall from tliu north arrive cry day except Tuesday. Toe mail from Pine Valley and the South arrive rtrry Tuesday and Saturday and leaves an Mon ti r und FniUy. The ofliL't; is open from 7 a. in. to 7 p. in. every lay -xcept Susid.it s; imi holidays when it is open Uot 4 to 5 p. in. , M..irv urder and ftcyistry department open from ' ' 8 r. m. in 5 p. in. JOHN I'YMM Poilmaster. ' Mar. " Date. Day. Nihgt ft .Mercury was: 12, 67, 37. f 13, 54, 21. ? 14, 54, 20. 7; ' 15, 61, 36. 16, 59, 27. ( 17, 59, 25. k ' .IS, 56, 20. ' It V ? 5V IMlUMII III WmiMll.ll.llll IIIMIIIIIMM I ail l t Saturday, March 19, 1898. 3" f $T"Seo new advertisement of ; Jesse Tyo, Boot and Shoe maker '! and Photographer. i . i ,.... .....- m - Almond, apricot, and some peach trees are in bloom. v i .i .. m .... . ... . .. The nnw scho building is pro- j., gressing finely m'1 it will not be H long before it will bo ready for the i joice for the liibb iloor. There was 30-l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 19 March 1898

B - -,. .. B I ' CITY ORDINANCES. H An Ordinance amending Section H 38, Chapter Vin, of the Revised H Ordinances of the City of St. H George. H Be it Ordaiued by the City Coun- oil of the City of St. George, that Section 38, Chapter Vi 1 1, of the M Revised Ordinances of the City of 1 St. George, be and is hereby amend- ed so as to read as follows: H The Recorder shall countersign H all contracts made in behalf of the H City and shall cause all Ordinances H passed by the City Council, within H two weeKs after they shall have been H passed, to be published at least once H in some newspaper published in the H City, or if there is no newspaper H published in the City, he shall with- H in the same time post up three certi- Q fled copies of such Ordinance in 1 as many public places in said City: H Passed March 5th A. D. 1898. Signed, Edward M. Brown, H Seal. Mayor. H Attest: Francis L. Daggett, H City Recorder. 1 State of Utah, j M t t County of Washington, V ss. H ' City of St. George, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 26 March 1898

fTHE UNIONS I . ( I I "FKOM THE J.ITT-LK ACOIiN GROWS THK MASSTVK OAkT "' I UJ---W-IJ)lilJI--WJUMMMj HI I i m IJIUULWUmUIUBJIU- ..! Ill Vol. 10. No. 55. St. George, Washington Co., Utah, Saturday, March 26, 1898. W TERMS fc-rE;?-"-? : I - M A PAIR OF SINKERS. I j BY A. St. JOHN ADCOCK- I SHE was the only daughter of a draper who had once been eminent and was now retired; he was a young and prosperous barrister. Her man ners road habits of thought were, per haps, overrefined and affected; she was of a morbidly poetical temperament, and looked at life always through a prism of sentiment. He was unimagi native and practical. IHe had all those sterner qualities she lacked; she had all those dainty, ten der graces he despised until he found them in her. In a word, each was the complement of the other. Naturally, then, whan they met they loved; and she was too romantic and he too matter-of-fact to believe in a long engagement. They had been two months married, . and buA, just returned fro...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 26 March 1898

I ! THE UNION. Published every Saturday at . I St. George, Washington Co., Utah, -" j BY ! EDITOR k riCOI'ItlKCOU. TliRMd-Ii ADVANCE. One copy, one year, $1.50. One copy, six month?, .0 One copy, three months, .45. RATES OP ADVERTISING. i week; i month: 6 months; o c vcar. One inch, $1.00. $2.75. $S 00. $ii.oo. ' column, 2.75. 5.50. 1300. 19.50. 4 column, 5-. 10.50. 19.50. 2900. i column. 8.75. 17-00. 3-00' 4S'' Jgff-Local noticoH In roadlng type, ten i;juim a Hoe, each inset lion. E3pV respectfully requef-t Hint con XK iributors will htitul in the fjenenil reail- mar matter thar tliey ileire to appear in jb . ihe eimulnj: iwiu not later than Tuen- ' tiay morning, ami local items not later Mmii Friday morning, of each week. Address all commnnfeations to 1 . THE UNION, 30x512, ST.GEORnP, i' Washington Co., UTAH. Knrereil at. the Vax Oillee at St. George, Washington Co., Utah,' as secoml elae ?' matter, March 27, 1800. , ' Saturday, March 26, 1898. Shall We Continue? As some of our su...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 26 March 1898

T HE UNION. ST. GEORGE POST OFFICE. The inil ftom the north arrives every day except Tuesday. T.ic trull from Pine Valley .nd the JjomUi arrives, every Tuesday .tad S.iturdav .uid leaves on Mon Uv and Friday. The oSKco is open from 7 a in. to 7 p. 111. every doy-xcept Sundays and holidays when it is open froi- 4 to 5 . 111. Mi-v urdcr and Registry department open from 8 a. m. r 5 p. 111. . JOHN I'YMM Postmaster. Mar. Date. Day. Nihgt JXercury was: 9, 59, 18. 20, 63, '26. "21, 60, 25. 22," 49, 12. 23, 58, 16. 24, 72, 22. 25, 69, 35, Bain 4-100. Saturday, March 26, 1898. i Next week we will have an arti cle on a much needed home indus try Potting, or the manufacture of Pottery ware, which has been so poorly encouraged in our midst. All parsons having stock runing at large m the vicinity of Joes Folley are hereby notified to take care of them, or said stock will be placed under the jurisdiction of the City Marshal. f : J. W. Carpenter.- ( ' Jt6r"See new advertisement of J ( .' Jesse Ty...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 26 March 1898

Hj CITY ORDINANCES. H An Ordinance amending Section H ;;8, Chapter Viii, of. the Revised H Ordinances of the City of St. Be it Ordaiucd by the City Coun- H I ;il of the City of St. George, that H Section 38, Chapter Viii, of the fl Revised Ordinances of the City of H St. George, be and is hereby amend- H ed so as to read as follows: I The Recorder shall countersign all contracts made in behalf of the City and shall cause all Ordinances passed by the City Council, within iwo weeks after they shall have been .t passed, to be published at least once H in some newspaper published in the t City, or if there is no newspaper 1 published in the City, he shall with- , m the same time post up three ccrti- Hr fted copies of such Ordinance in H, as many public places in said City: Hj .Passed March 5th A. D. 1898. 1 Signed, Edward M. Brown, B Seal. Mayor. B Attest: Francis L. Daggett, B City Recorder. B State of Utah, ) B County of Washington, j- ss. fl City of St. George, ) B I, Francis L. Dagg...

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