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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 31 July 1883

S TnEDESElTOOM, WHILE IDLENESS LEADS TO BUIN. . . Ge' P a Bx 5GL3 Jgoom wash man, May si9 isss. lZZT y "BLEST." Iji 9 Blcst be the tongue that speaks no ill, Whose words are always true, That keeps "the Jaw of kindness1' still, . Whatever others do. Blcst be the ears that will riot hear i 4 Detraction's envious tale ; " . ,Ts only through the list'ning- ear That falsehood can prevail. J Blcst be the heart that Icnows no guile, ' . fn That feels no wish unkind, ' Forgetting provocation, while " Good deeds are kept in mind. Blest be the hands that toil to aid The great world's ceaseless need The hands that arc never afraid ' To do a kindly deed. 1-, Blest be the thoughtful brain that schemes 1 1, A beautiful ideal : Mankind grows great through noble dreams, And time will make them real. Do good in thought. Some future day 'Twill ripen into speech ; And words are seeds that grow to deeds, None know how far they reach. Like thistle down upon the breeze, i Swift scattered here and there,...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 31 July 1883

The Union. PUBLISHED BY ' . J. TP. Editor & Proprietor. jg ' , -Termaj Fifty Oonts por Volume.! m. I ll... . . . i 1 1 1 .... i i 1 1" GENERAL ELECTION. TO BE EeU August 6, 1883. . . Territorial Officers, -j" , .Territorial Auditor of Public Accts., f Nephi W. Clayton. ; . Territorial Treasurer, Jarnes Jack. ' -Territorial Supt. of District Schools, , - L. John Nutlall. .Commissioners to locate University - Lands, , 1 C .... " ! Frederick A. Mitchell, I i . and Joseph Tanner, I; Washington County Officers. Y " Councillor to Legislature, ... Representauveeislature3 B' John Rider, 1 V' JP'Jf". Probate Judge." Edwin . G. Wootfey, Selectman for term of 3 years, m Mahonri M. Snow. H . . . Selectman for term of 2 years, 1 . James P. Terry. J . . . f .Selectman for term of 1 year, t. ?:. ; Richard H. Ashby. fX" ' &:"?v" lfj&i' - County Treasurer, r X.;" - Richard Beritley. v . , -s ' County Coroner, I - ' . ;' Richard Bentley, : r County Clerk, Joseph 0. Bentleyi ' ,3F County R...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 31 July 1883

1 THE UNION. fjmm PUBLISHED BY mm J. W. . CAMJPJBJTJEJM, ' Editor & Proprietor. TTorms; Fifty Cents por Volume., July 31, 1883. Weather lias been very changeable during- the month. Had some rain, and several floods in the IlioVirgcn. Most of the dams from Ord'ervillc to Bunkerville have been wholly or partly cleared out and taken down the river. Highest ther mometer, between 12 and 2, 109. Lowest 93. 1; Beaver City sports two weekly newspapers, lilt " ille fieavcr Coutlty Record1' and "Southern JjSr Utbnian." "VVe are pleased to welcome them both , iff to our sanctum as they are newsy and worthy of jjSm. patronage. Wt "The Orion Era" is still on the move. We 'IB have received two odd numbers, during the month, 'Wm which are quite interesting. S Don't forgot to order one of Beatty's Organs within tho next ten days or you lose $24. Read adv. M MARRIED. la Miss Violet Jane Pendleton, being tired of ll leaving home to go to Church concluded to get a Jl Cliiircli of her own ; and, ac...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 31 July 1883

-TjbIattyTParIor Organs Only $59 ; i S5g.OO inRBaM Regular Price, 883.00 S -), mF FREIGHT li IlLMTOLsMli (T3n S'!TFS 1-Ccllo. 8 ft. tooo, 'J-Mclodift. 8 ft. tone, 3-01arabclK 8 ft. tono. 4-Manunl Sub-Bass. 18 ft. JW alfVU -MlM Safcg A VfT "" . s-'nmmtnn. ir, ft. tono. B-SliXftphopo. 8 f t. tono. 7-V861 U Gnmba. 8 f t. tone. B-lilana.. ( ' mMjk: . PREPAIP M SvTsTrtouo. a- Wola lioicc. 4 ft. tone, 10-Grand lixprosajonu. n-l-rfinch Horn. 8 ft. tono, 12-Uarp Eolian, 13-Vor ' ' .mMymrt Hwnana, 14-licho. 8 ft. tono. 16-Duloiana. 8 ft. tono. 10-Clarionet. 8 ft. tono ,17-Voix Coloato. 8 ft. tono. 18-VioUne. .i M JS-fOTrt'l W WmMi 4 ft. tone. 19-Vox Jubilanto. 8 ft. tono, 20-riooolo, 4 ft. tono. til Coupler Hnrmonique, m-Orchcatral Forte, 38-Grnd ' -J-k H ' liSWil WSIrS&&S grpBuildor.. Art. IT IS VERY BEAUTIFUL IN APPEAR. 'M SfJwMsi iM$BffiS A NO 13, BEING EXACTLY LIKE OUT. The Caso is of Solid Walnut, profusely ornamentod with s i JiWwl il'SlW Tl'i ffitlraklElP hnnd-carvintt and exp...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 31 July 1883

I ; UNION & VILLAGE ECHO. RATES OP ADVERTISING. Squares, i time. 2 times 4 "times" 13 tiriics Half $ .60 $ .80 $ 1 50 g 3.00 One 1. 00 1.50 2.50 6.00 , Two 2.00 3.00 5.00 11.00 Three 3.00 4.50 7.50 16.00 Forir 4.00 Coo 9.00 20.00 f Five 5.00 7.50 11.50 25.00 . , . Six 6.00 9.00 14.00 30.00 I Sevea 7.00 10.50 16.50 35.00 ! Eijyht 8.00 12.00 19.00 40.00 Nine 9.00 13.50 21.50 45.00 Ten 10.00 15.00 24.00 50.00 Ten linos of above type make one square. Births and deaths Published free. Transient advertisements Ten Cents a line each nnd every insertion. The Union is on file with EDWIN ALDEN & BRO., AKNG it-". N W. Cor. 5th &. Vino Streets, Cincinnati, 0,, where V':j advertising- contracts can be made. -Ji'i g p:t. - The Union is on file with ADVERTISING AGENTS, CHICAGO, ILL, Where advertising contracts 'can be made. JCISubscribers finding- this notice marked with v .' an X will understand that the time paid for has , expired and a renewal is respectfully requested. 500 CIRCULAT...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 31 July 1883

' , ' INoticelW We will furnish fThe Washington World and Citizen-Soldier, and THE VILLAGE ECHO, both i tear for only $1 g5FSend your orders to the Village Echo office CHICAGO ILL. "ORANGE, 1YJASS. L AND ATLANTA. GA.-; J I St. George, Utah, Advertisements. JAMES BOOTH, I . Is selling the New Family Sewing Machines in St. George, lor the unall sum of $30. each. War- ranted to give entire satisfaction, or money refun- ded, if returned within 6 days after sale. l JOHN STiviAm KLANE, njl Surveyor & Attorney-at-Law. I OK fap-Oflice in Courthouse..! 9 1 . icQuarrie, T " Morris & ft Smith, 1J . JFUBmTTTHUE!, M ? BABY CAMBIAGB8. 11 TFJLXXr JPAJPBn, &Q, Sc. H: -V, , ST. GMOBQyi'AM. Successors to BUILD ERS' UNION. Depot lbt North Street, near Post Office. Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of V T H N I T I J H K . DWELLINGS, STORES, &c. Eroded on SHORT NU'Ut'li and REASONABLE Tekms. Wall Papor and Borders in Stock. lAimbox, Shingles, cc. Constantly on Land. BOOTS & SHO...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 31 January 1884

I INDUSTRY MAKE S THE DESERT BLOOM; WHILE IDLENESS LEADS TO RUIN." . ' ' ' ,1 P.O. Box 561. J St, George, Wash. Co., Utah, January 31,188 : :XW;W.7T I I SETTING A HEM. Mcester Editur: I see dot mosht efferpoty wrides somcding for de shicken babcrs nowtays. I und I tought praps niebbc I can do dot too, so I I . wride all apoud vot dook blace mit me lasht sura 1 mer; you know odor ef you dond know, den I 1 dells you dot Katrina (dot ish mine vrow) und I me, ve keep some shickens for a long- dime ago, I und von tay she salt to me ''Sockery," (dot ish mein name) "vy dond yon pud some of de aigsun- dcr dot olt plue' hen slackens, I dink she vants to M sate?" "Veil,1 1 sait. "mebbc 1 guess I vill." So ft I bicked oud some of tie best aigs und dook oud H to de parn fere de olt hen make her ncsht in de -H . side of de haymow, pond five or six feet up. Now you sec odor you dond see, den I dells you I Jm ' never vas ferry pig uj und town, but vas pooty pig all de vay arount in du mittle, so I...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 31 January 1884

PUBLISHED BY IS -J-.- W. C&ItJPENTER, Editor & Prpprictor; 'ISSPermsj-Flfty-Oents por Volume. jg2 . - Squares, ..itijnc, . a-timest- - 4-times. . 13 times: fi.-jHalfl- . ij-jB V5o . 45 :.5o .150 .$ 3.00 One 1,00 1.50 .2.50 ' 6.00 H 'UfVvra 2.00 &.6o- '.5.00 ' (ikoo: Three 3.90 , 4.50 7.50 16.00 JUtFouci' -i v-4.00 ' M'6.06 . : 9.0b . -2o;oo H t Soo 7.50 11.50 . 25.00- '.DSrT . i6.oo "'i o.db 1 14 06 v.- 30.0P H Seven 7.00 10.50 16.50 .35.00 " li.CBighf ' 8.00 ."V.12.00 19.00 " :4o!oo 1 Nine 9.00 13.50 21,50 45.00 :Teh"l. "' 10.06 i5.oof - 24.06 50:00 . :! 'Ten lines of abov&tyjae make1 one sijuar'e". H JBirtls a.ndideaths Published free. . ,,.. H 5s1"' Transient advertisements Ten Cents a line dach H ttand every jnsertion. I. The Union is on file with : A.."i EDWJN ALDEK1& BflO., W!NS N W. Cor. 5th & Vino-Streets, Cincinnati, 0,, where V advertising1 contracts can befihade. j. i i The-UNrdN is 'bh file with -a; ;O00K to' CO., " ADVERTISING 'AGENTS, CHICAGO, 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. — 31 January 1884

THE UNION. OUR NEW YORK LETTERS. 8 From our regular Correspondent. 1 1 Jan. 3. New Years1 Day was spent much more quietly this year i than for many seasons pasi That 1 system of making calls, which in former years used to be carried on to ai) .excessive extent in this city )seeir6 to be dying. Gentlemen are no longer required to be on the go from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m., wandering from house to house to wish their lady friends a Happy New Year, a nd make their stomachs receptacles for the most hetereogeneous com binations of food and liquors and thus have to pay the penalty the J next day with an abnormally large rf head. I The arrest of the man Kohifahl, . 1 who under the pretence of educat- I- mg men as detectives, and provid- f ing them with lucrative employ- c merit, swindled a scoi;e or more gul- lible persons out of sums ranging : fronij twenty to two hundred dol lars, shows to what an extent the private detective business prevails, ' , and when one considers its many Jh ramificat...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 31 January 1884

i HE THAT HATH EARS, LET HIM HEAR. K Continued. HT jt Sought for mine appointment! 3? unto the Priesthood according H to the appointment of God un- H to the fathers concerning the seed. My fathers having turned from I their righteousness, and from the holy commandments which the Lord their God had given unto them, uiito the worshipping of the '! gods of the heathens, utterly re- j fused to hearken to my voice; for i their hearts were set to do evil, and were wholly turned to the god of ' Elkenah, and the god of Libnah, ' and the god of Mahmackrah, and the god of Korash, and the god of I Pharaoh, king of Egypt; therefore they turned their hearts to the sac- rifice of the heathen in offering up their children unto their dumb I idols, and hearkened not unto my I voice, but endeavored to take away my life by the hand of the priest of II '- Elkenah. The priest ol- Elkenah i was also the priest of Pharaoh. ; Now, at this time it was the cus . torn of the priest. of Pharaoh, the ting of. E...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 31 January 1884

V .V,0SALJ'.ito3. ' tivVOii the' evening of the 26 hnd m rn- ' 'ing;pl ihe 7- "inst we 5 hndv"" :nioj i ,jM)ninfr Notices fur sale., at Union ) otnceV . ) . . Mail service has been increased ; fronv-once to twice a week on .route from1 St. George to Pinto., jroing 'ia ;i Santa CJvra (unlock and Pine Val , q)V I Seny ice ;h.as also been increased ! from twice to thrice a week, on route from St. Georie to. St. Thomas. i ' In our last a few narres were mad- ' vertfntly inserted in the Union as - Territorial officers, to oe voted for at "the August, election, which should no j jiave occurre'd. is, I " - I' Sheriff A. P. Hardy is having a I , respeclajjie porch and veranda attach)- ml to the souih end and east side o' i his residence McQaarrie, Morris it fw Smith beinjr the contractors. IThe St. George Bakery has been overhauled, remodeled and plastered, and' is being fitted up for a Library and Heading room; to be stvled the , j "Lyceum.' It. will soon be the place ; J in which the Y. M...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 31 January 1884

HBr7 W - UriyifiHABITwi.0 H7 ' THOUSVNDS Of references from persons cured. No ray ttiiUl Cured. Dr. J. HTEPHliNH. Ibuuuii. O. H i,i i ii i .1 i ' "rt Ef" & I f Q Tk I O fo Soldiers.WirJows, Parents : '' fij Bar fflvfl Vv 1 H I 11 ntl Children. A Any disease, BH " "ft H 1 sv'ound or injury entitles. Mil- f v" H v u I Hons appropriated and work- lni force doubled. Prompt work and homes made happy. Fee l$iOi'. Appty mnv. Widows'? re-married, now entitled during V. wi(towtiood. Gr;it success in INCREASE cases. BOUNTY and Hack Pay and Discharges procured. Deserters entitled to 1 all duas under new laws. gi RITC'011 Inven. Si-" -"" Warrants It $ ClV 1 procured, L Troiisrhtaml sold. Thc"WORLD & SOLDIER."(wcekly piper). Sample copy free. Send stamp for full instructions, Hanks & bounty table. N. W. FITZGERALD A CO. J ".Vonsion, Patent & Land Att'ys, Washington, D C SS 0 L D I E R S H 0 ! L 0 01 Send for our new circulars containing- matter of utmost importance to all ex-sold...

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 1884

I Y INDUSTRY MAKES THE DESERT BLOOM, WHILE IDLENESS LEADS TO RUIN. L: . ' C. P.Vol.7.J St George, Wash. Co., mah, March, 188&. Vol 2. No. 8. I The Devil's Version. c - We find the f ollowing in a New ; ' York publication: To the Editor of Man: ; I hav been reading the Book of : Matthew, in the new revision of the ' ; t :New Testament, and find that it has been gotten up in the interest of the devil. The first inkling I got of this was when I turned to the I Lord's Prayer. The revision goes on without any notable change un til where it reads in the authorized version, "deliver us from evil," the t ."new revision renders it, "deliver us . . from the evil one." Of course this means deliver us from the devil. The standard version concludes the prayer with the words, "for I , thine is the kingdom, the power and I. the glory, tor ever, amen. This . concluding part is entirely omitted in the new version. There is not . t even the finale of "amen." How fc i comes this omission, of this ...

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 1884

y PUBLISHED BY W j; W. CARPB&TEM, Editor & Proprietor. "Torms; Fifty Centa por Volume. I SATES OF ADVERTISING. , Squares i time. 2 times 4 times. 13 times Half S .60 $ . .So i 50 .S '3;o One 1.00 1.5b 2.50 ' '6.00 Two 2.00 3.00 5.00 11.00 -Three 3.00 . '4.50 7'.5b'. 16.06 Sour -' 9,OQ 20.00 Five 5.00 7.5b 11.50 '''25.00 Sir 6.00 9.00 14 00 30.00 Seven . 7.00 10.50 16.50 35-oo . . ,.. JKitjht 3.00 12.00 19.00 40.00 '"""Nine 9-00 13.50 21.50 45.00 ': Ten 10.00 15.00 24.00 . .50.00 BH Ten lines of above type malic one square. Births and deaths Published free. Transient advertisements Ten Cents a line each and every insertion. The Union is on fije with .,' ' M EDWIN ALDEN & BRO., A AGENTS, Nt W. Cor. 5th & Vine Streets, Cincinnati, 0., where advertising' contracts can be made. ThcjUNioN is on file with JLW.'AYER & SOHffiTKU. S PHILADELPHIA,. PA., . DF Where .contracts. lor advertising- can be made. H- 53-Subscriber. finding this notice marked with Jin X will understa...

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 1884

fifes . , ' . . OUR CLUB LIST, FOR 1884. ! Fly special arrangements wc are enabled to furnish ' the following papers at prices named. Now' is the time to subscribe. Others will be added as fast as arrangement!) are made to supply them. - jn ,o 5 . Name of Paper. tS Q. American Agriculturalist 1.50 1.S0 1.40. American Garden 1. 00 1.40 .90. -.. adt;. -TolcdoJ. ... 1.00 1.50 1.00 . . Breeders' Journal 1.001.35 .85. Contributor. :-; a.od 2.50 2.00. Detroit Free 1,'rcss 1.00 (.5o 1.00. arin & Garden .56 1 .00 150. g- Godey's hady's Book.., '. . .. 2.00 2.25 1 75- Hawkeye (Burlington,) 1. 1.35 1.65 1.15, Iowa Fanner : 1.00 1.25 .75. North "American Review. . . ,0 5.00 5.00 4.50. Vick's Monthly .. 1.25 1.70 1.20. Washington World 1.00 1.25 4So. Westeru Kurxl 1.65 2.151.65 Oue New Dress1 speaks for ik self. The type are the production of the Chicago Type Foundry, Harder, Luse & Co., Proprietors. They are cast on the "American System of Interchangeable Type Bodies," of Hard, Tough M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 1 March 1884

i I A TRIAL OF THE BALTIMORE JOBBER j WILL CLEARLY SUBSTANTIATE SIX ESPECIAL POINTS OF EXCELLENCE, I st It is the easiest running press made. 2nd It is as strong sis any press made. 3rd It is the most I durable press made. 4th It will do as good work as any press made. 5th It will take less to keep it I in repair than any press made. 6th (Last but not least; It costs less than any first-class press made. ALL SUPPLI i Ca! aloiue Free. I J. F. W. Dorman, 2 1 German St., I 1 M THE 0LDEST' LAR6EST AND BEST g i i mKKMi toc & Agricultural Journal 1 ' f HI SBiilli ,n th0 Korthw8st- ENLARGED AND IMPROVED. R I MM FffBMBHl I iill I! I I improved Methods of Farming. RroedJnsElI f KBS Se5fl! of Improved Wtock. airyinrc and Fruit M till ShW II SHllll Growing. Farm Crops and rroHpect. mi mi WmiEmM WMMwMWM A-re n11 treated fully in our column. Besides we have HI ESI rattHMi 1 liWMlKff de,cltled to glvo for a lew monies I lie most elegant pre- Bfll pHffilJirralHi to subscribers, of a' v paper i...

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 June 1884

i INDUSTRY MAKES TIIEDESKKT BLOOM, WIIILElDLEUKSg LEAPS T(MtUryT fen ' C P.Vol;7.j at, George, fVa.h. Co., Utah, June, 18&L .f-: m 2, Ko. q;: I I- AN APEIL GIRL. The girl that is born on an April day Has n rig-lit to be merry, lightsome, ffay,- . '. And that is the reason I dance and play And frisk like a mote in a sunny ray . Wouldn't you Do it, too, If you had been born'on an April day ?. ' .t The girl that is born on an April day ; ; : s lias also a right to cry, they say ; And so I sometimes do give way When .things get crooked or all astray,' Wouldn't you Do it, too, " - ' 1 If you had been born on an April day? The girls of March' love noise and fray; , ' "-t And sweet asblossoms are girls of May ; Hun I belong to the time mid-way, ' ' Aud so I rcjoice in a sunny spray Of smiles and tears and hap-a-day, Wouldn't you ri- .r' Do it, too, -.. . If you had been born on an April day? I I Ileighol and hurrah! for an April day,. ' .: J Its cloud, its sparkle, its skip and stay! v...

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 June 1884

I THE UNION. H1 PUBLISHED BY Wm J. W. CA11BENTER,, Editor & Proprietor. S9""Tormsj Fifty' Cents per VoXume.J I RATES" OF ADVERTISING. Squares, i time. 2 times 4 times. 13 times Half S S .So S 1 50 $ 3.00 One 1 .00 1.50 2.50 6.00 Two 2.00 3.00 5.00 11.00 Three 3.00 4.S0 75 l6' Four 4.00 6.00 9.00 20.00 Five S.00 7.50 11.50 25.00 Six 6.00 9.00 14.00 30.00 Seven 7.00 10.50 16.50 35.00 Eight S.00 12.00 19.00 40.00 Nine 9.00 13.50 21.50 45.00 Ten 10.00 15.00 34.00 5'Q Ten lines of above type make one square. Births and deaths Published free. Transient advertisements Ten Cents a line each and every insertion. I The Union is-on file with EDWIN ALDEN & BRO., Mi!H6 N, W. Cor. 5th & Vine Streets, Cincinnati, 0., where advertising contracts can be made. I ' The Union is on file with H. W. AYER & SOHjAdvSnlSents PHILADELPHIA,. PA., Where contracts for advertising can be made. 3 S3fSubscribers finding this notice marked with an X will understand that the time paid for has expired...

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 June 1884

v. THE UNION. ; OUR CLUB LIST, FOR 1884. By special arrangements we are enabled $o furnish the following papers at prices named. Now is the 1 time to subscribe. Others will be added as fast as arrangements are made to supply them. S - S ,3 Name of Paper. 15 i i & to American Agriculturalist, .s 1.50 1.S0 1.40. American Garden 1.00 1.40 .90. B'ade (Toledo,) 1.00 1.50 1 00. Breeders' Journal 1. 00 1.35 .S5. Contributor 2.00 a. 50 2.00. Detroit Free Press 1.00 1.50 1.00. Farm & Garden 50 1.00 .50. Godey's Lady's Book 2.00 2.25 1.75. Hawkeye (Burlington,) 1.25 1.65 1.15. Iowa Farmer i 1.00 1.25 .75. North American .Review 5.00 5.00 4.50. Vick's Monthly. . . .' 1.25 r. 70 jtao. Washington World t.co 1.25 ..So. Western Itural - 1.65 2.15 1.65. Iowa Farmer, I 1.00I 1.25 0.85. Heart & Hand, . i.oo 1.35 0.85. "Juniors and Seniors." By reading articles in our ex changes, we learn that the Salt Lake Herald has been indulging in language, through Correspond ence and editorially, 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. — 1 June 1884

kf $1000 REWARD igjvSS; H For my mMhlne buUlnc aud cleaning; lit Tot J bnnmiule BUM market utnuch Clover in no A'Jt1r'. imJ.inn NEWARK ACHJNECO.rai(lLJRSS NEWARK. O. SSi;libi3AY Easy to viae. A certain cure Not expensive. Three BBBJ months' treatment in one. package. Good for Cold BBBJ lu the Heat), Headache, Dizziness, Hay Fever, fca BBB1 Fifty cents. By all Druggists, or by mail. K. T. HAZELTEOS, Warren, Pt. H ltMf ABEHTS LjSjMiLirff " " r i iiiMlfw bmi mm inr n mrn FOR THE BACK-WOODSMEN. BBBJ Tlic most captivating narrative of early border life ever writ- BBH ten. A Kununzn for Old Agents and splendid Stnrter for BBBJ I Beginners. Agents are now selling 10 to 15 books per day. We BBH I want an Agent in every town. Send for terms and circulars free. BAM ' The W. E. DIBBLE PUB. CO., Cincinnati. O. BBS APITMTQ cither kx, no have the newest, best, and fiwt BBH- j nUUiv I O pt lllni; arUrfouut, no capital required, pood IBj ' 1 paid for niter tolrt. ICXl'IUE HXH'V'O CO., 381 Canal St....

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