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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 2 August 1884

' BP & ' ' . ' ' ' ' ' 1 " Hbhb . t INDUSTRY MAKES TIJE DESERT BLOOM, WHILE IDLENESS LEADS TO RUIN. r l' : I ( CP. Vol.7. St. George, Utah, Saturday, August 2, 1884. No. 10;. j- Jimmy's Lecture. ' , ,h . P?ess Leaflet.' V-'J : :"Jiuimy, throw tliat jug into the' r u pig-P8n- Smash it first, and be , ; . sure you don't taste a drop of the ' Tile stuff," said an anxious looking -" woman as she handed her little son V' ' the brown jug which she had just ; ; ifound hidden in the shed. - "father won't like it," began the . 0 "boy, eyeing the ugly thing with a look of fear and hate; for it made v another miserable, and father a hrute. '' ' . :' "I said I'd make way with it the next time I found it, and I will! It h is full, and I don't feel as if I could live through another dreadful time like the last. If we put it out of , sight, maybe father will keep sober J( . f 6r another month. Go quick, be :ore he comes home." And the 0 pdor woman pushed the boy to the door as if she could not...

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

HHr the license sought for be for a peddler, the amount of the license Br shall be $15.00 per quarter yearly, in advance. If the license sought for be for ah auctioneer, the sum shall be $12.60 per quarter yearly, in advance. B If the license sought for be for any other business mentioned in B said act, the County Court on application will make special rates therefor. H : This Order to take effect from and after the first day of August, 1884, H and each quarter year shall commence the first day of May, first of HL August, first of November and first of February, A . ... HL Territory of Utah, lsfl. Wh County of Washington, HL I, Joseph C. Bentley, clerk of the County Court in and for the HL " County of Washington, in the Territory of Utah, do certify that the t foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of an Order relating to ' licenses pursuant to Chapter XXV, Laws of Utah, as appears of record - rin my office. H ...In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Sea...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 2 August 1884

- THE UNION. 1 . i ' OUR CLUB LIST, FOR 1884.' By special arrangements we are enabled to furnish the "following1 papers at prices named. Now is the time to subscribe. Others will be added as fast as V arrangements are made to supply them. u c o jV'fi;; of Paper. f 1 IS 2 o. 1. - - - i- - I i- I III!. I ... I I I American Agriculturalist 1.50 1.S0 1.40. American Garden 1 .go 1.40 .50. B'ade (Toledo,) 1.00 1.50 1 on. Breeders Journal 1.00 t.35 .85. Contributor 2.00 2.50 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 1.7c. Hawkeyc (Burlington,) 1.25 1.65 1.15. Iowa Farmer 1.00 1.25 .75. North American lieview 5.00 5.00 4.50, Vick's Monthly 1.25 1.70 t.20. Washington World 1.00 1.25 .So. Western Vlural 1.652.15 1.65. Iowa Farmer, lr.00 1.25 0.S5. Heart & Hand, :.oo 1.25085. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. r. Norfolk, Va. 29. Yesterday a cyclone from the southwest visited the neighborhood of Hickory Grove County carrying everything in its p...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 2 August 1884

Hf ' JMOO0 REWARDS F For mschlns hulling and cleaning: lit for A ;TS biut inndo Dr market mucfiOlorer 6cclln odo ALyt f ML, nbwaek, o. ii!s&mmsMOAX I Easy to use. A certain cure. Not expensive. Throe L months' treatment in one package. Good for Cold p In the Head, Headache, Dizziness, Hay Fever, fcc. Fifty cento. By all Druggists, or by mail. L . E. T. HAZEJjTINJE) Warren, Pa. B pcrsons sny their poods are the best. Wc ask you to ex Hk amine our Improved Ivcllcr Positive Force Feed, Grain k ' Seed and Fertilizing; Drill and our Hay Ilnkos. The) ft "are as good as the best, and can be sold as cheap All are war L ranted. Circulars mailed free. Newark Machine CO V Newark, Ohio. Eastern Branch House, llagurktcwn, Hi K "TlPiS S5v REWARD fflllS'fiaiS a' ue paid for any Grain mBfmw I lraii of fiJinie size that c:.n I l iBlRfSw clean and bag asinuch Grain or ' tlKmP MONARCH Grain and ' ll HWlMlfi'T! So'd Separator and Biir- IH- jfl I t per, which we oiler to the pub- iMM II lvtt P lie a...

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 October 1884

w : r VojiX It. GEORGE, UTASA.T. OCT. '257T884T; : Njo'. 1. , -; 4U VnjUj ! ' ' " j T O 3NT X X2E ! S .1 vi iCTMwnMWiTnrnlrir-ii-riwriwTr 1 1 iniiii 1 1 ii'nn mm i in i i mm ii imjimui mi iinwiiipiii i ' f At The Social Hall. A L ''" , r MEMBERS of the HOME DRAMATIC COMPANY M ti W'v,;- will give an entertainment in aid of the fijjm LYCEUM LIBRARY and IMPROVEMENTS f'M I yhen will be represented that original and most Popu- 1 I '-A : '' lar Comedy in 3 Acts entitled 7 I . lu n A 0T '''lil" I UflO I L ".'"-'; "ii '; A Dramatis Persons: ''' '"'M &' Hon George D'Alroy . . ' ''' Jos. 0. Bentley, ')'i !?;' - Captain Hatitree "- - ..., Jos'. "W. McAllister, ':? '- Eccles ' ' '"' - - " V" "''' E. G. DeFriez, A?;j ':,. SamGerridge m," --r '' -." Wm. DeFriez, ' ,, P f Dkon,!; Sextant tb, D'Alroy )H "".; !' . Wm. Nixon, .;B '&" The Marquise cte St Mkift, - . r: . 4j";' ' '"': '" Mary Lund, , -,-H i Potfy -'.' -:;,: . :u"'lt,:i:'f V'r' Martha Snow, ' ,AE A .Esther, .'.':.." .!'; .1: "Mrs...

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 October 1884

I f f,'- - ' I'll .1 u I LATEST DISPATCHES. .... Arguments in the Clawson Po- lygainy case, Ipegan on Monday moyning, 20th mst., and completed I in the evening. Judge charged , jury at 10 a. m. Tuesday, and the jury-were out ten hours and fifty I minutes, and then qould not agree, I standing eight to .four. The Court I ordered new trial and out of fifty I tnames( .selected but nine jurors I -were Obtained; so the Judge gave open venire to the Marshal for 24 more names from which to select I Ithe three needed to complete the I . new. Jury.( The Jury will he kept I in'th'e Custody' of the Marshal dur- ing the entire trail. The Tribwieis very vindictive toward the four menjvho hung the previous Jury, H yniS about them and traducing their characters in tlfe customary villainous way. M I New York, Oct. 22.- ,Bpone who I 4 , assaulted Gqy. Cleveland was dis- ' ,cliarge tlie Governor stating that I '. he? nacV no desire to prosecute him. ;Qiicao$2. Hon. Thos. A. Hen I . flrioks spoke here ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 25 October 1884

Manufacturer! of the original and only genuine Star Wood Pumps, Champion "Wind Mills, Iron Purops.Bos3 Sickle Grinders, Patent Door and Win . dow Screens. Etc. T7s have oTif 20 years experience in the murafeoture of Puaps ana Wind Hills. tit will not cost you five cts. per day on the investment to pump water for all your stock With our Mill. Every Mill warranted never to blow down while the tower v n.ive the ag-encv of :i hove iirticles. which h-.ive no super 'rs: tlvy 4;iUe the t.kad where ver introduced, and are sold n reason, iblu terms J. W." CARPENTER, AGENT, .BFoomlnton, Washington Co., Ufah. Sx.!KocpltBXM.TroUn;mQfwiWlcttSt.N.Yortc. PaAlrfimaifX forSoldicrs.Widows. Paints Za IV 8 V I 1 1 Ell V a"J Children. jAny disease, 1 I J 9 b 9 R 11 awouhd or injury entities. Mil IhiO q f W I Jlions appropriated and work ing force doubled'. Prompt work and homes made happy. Pec i $u. Applvntm'. VV4 tOVVS. re.ntarried, now emui'.d during i Miilmylinnd. C,'. 8 m'5Sln tyCRE ASE cases. HOUNT...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 25 October 1884

I M PwipMM mMV-1 1111 i f W lCTwlSryttlT tfl NEWARK MACH I ECO.vCTiTLa0lw! , -'.? NEWARK, O. ' ttjHWLPwBAY B - - t ; T . . ' J H; Easy to use. A certain cure. Not Expensive. Three H months' treatment in one package; Gbodt for Coid in the Head, Headache, Dizziness, Hay Farter, &o. Fifty cenu; By all Druggists, or by uiail i B. T. HAZEI.TINE, Warden, Pa. I NOWIN USE 36989, m All persons say their goods are the best. Wc, ask ymi to ex 1 a mine our Improved Keller Polt!v6EoTetFetMl,4Jrnln " eed and Fertilizing Prill arid, our liny Itukct. Tin ) B areas good as the best, anrl can be sold as cheap , All are war ranted. Circulars mailed free. Newark Machine Co. m? Newark OhlO Eastern Branch House, Uaycrotown, 214 I - ' llilifc" $50 REGARD"4 '4 A. rllllttlHBli - v wiu bepoid for any Grain . . V . lulnHHil c ) an of Kiirne sizathut c: rf .','' . IliiliPMK cleun'and.bagasmumi Grain or 4 a '" ' IliHIIIlMEg" Seed in one day as.ojp "Patent ' ? iHlHlIBBuP MONAKCII Gvain and - - " ; HMHHH IIT'...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 8 November 1884

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Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 8 November 1884

ainiiii !- - "-i.i,.ii. r I, wmmttmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmKmmtmma i mmMi i jmm. I, "I must hot tease lmy" mother," f" . Jane McMurtrie. I Hunter's Call, i .. . 4i- iU fvr';-' , MixedToices. Mm ' Eecitation "Bow fe? pfttbh''Beslii," k" ; " Syble; String 1am. Hk "I have a newReaii', mamma," .' i Katie Kemp, Lizzie Hardy, W '; - - j : u ' ' ' r' George Lund. W Recitation, . Mina Scott. I "Sleighing Song," m Class. I 'How Beautiful are thy Dwellings, O 'Lord," Solo, Duet and Chorus. I "Charming Spring," . ; ; Class. I "Uncle Reuben's Baptism," J. A. Whitelock. I i "One more Ribber For to cross;" ' " " ' Chorus. I ! . Farewell, Chorus. B I Price of Admission, adults 50 cents; children half price. I Tickets at "Woolley, Lund & Judd's, Whitehead's and Tithing office. I Doors open at 6:45 p. m., Curtain rises at 7:30 sharp, ' ' (if the cords -don't break.) I ,--,. JteiTAdv. Mrs Whitelock wiUreceive orders for. Music at Phil- . I ::: .r- - - v adelphia Priceift H k - I Advertiser. ' ' . -...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 8 November 1884

rgi-eajb consternation and excitement 'aihong thfli&nhabitants. ' ' "' fir ENVELOPES, with your ,M- f business card neatlv printed on the upper mmm pf left-hard corner, for onlv 2,5 cerrHp. - " " Addfu&i fhe Union, St. Oeore, Utah. ' ' . . At Ontce. If you. want the l?est farm and stock papar in the west during 18S4, and a handsome free dictionary for yrucse'f or children, send $1 at once to thq Company at Cadar Eapids, Iowa. See adv. i "M .ny a. Slip 'twixt the Clp and riiE Bip:" A-wel-1 known ex pression, used to signify ie uncer tainty, of1 ajl hopes or, e&potutions, however near their fulfilment may apparently be. Origin: According to an ancient author, the phrase arose thus : A king of Thrace -1 had planted a vineyard, when one. of his "slaves, whom he had much oppresed in that very work, proph esied that he, (the king) should never taste the wine producedby it. The kiii'g disregarded the prophecy and when, at an entertainment he held, the cup fullof his own wine, h...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 8 November 1884

' SIOOO REWARD ffJ NEWARK MACHINE CofeMft$$L, feg iff Easy to use. A certain cure. Not exnensive. TIkc? ftV months' treatment in one package. Goo& for Cold mf. !ll;$.hi,Jrle.a Headache, Dizziness; Hay Fever.c,. f ;.Fifty:centa. By1 aU DrugglstfiVor by mail.1 V F J '. ' w A ! ":' B-T. HAZEL-riNE, "Warifen,- Ptf ::,t - S$OW JNJUSE 36 989. lkl (, All persons saytheirgoodsarethobestA"YVc'a;k you to ex f amino our Iiiiprovcd)KellcrPoiiItlvoFbrceFccl,Oi?jjIn hoed and Fertilizing rlll andour Huy Kakcs. Thej ' arc as good as.the best, andean be sold as cheap. "All are war- jT- ranted. Circulars mailed fre6. NeWark Machln&Co x V. KeVVarKfvOh IQ'.uEai.t(erii,Branch House, lIaget0HB,M4 ; " ' ;WB, ' S5D REWARD , ' f iri!HllfflrawwA' & in be PftJ(i for an.v Grain ti f ?, liifbltl tf - a ,) Fan of same size that can S" W iii'iliOTSfesSW clean and bag iismuch Grain or 4v' ,4 uVraPa-teraS Seed in one day as our Patent & I lIMmmmr MONARCil' Grain and ' ti - fill iftl3ii- Seed Separat...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 8 November 1884

villi, II Mill fill I LI 1 1 lull S. ' ' I ' . VO.I..2. ..:.;. .... SI, GEORGE, UTAH, SAT, NOV.. 8t 1884. No-.!.?."' :;,:'V'1 t -'"" '''' '-'' k m k y r a 1 y iyi r y t r iwv . .-, ;.-.hm g-7 .'il. ."3? T2S33 SOOIuSLIj IEIAXiXj" . IVR'ty '' & r.iK-M Mlrnin":r ': -: '" :v .- ;- Song fey the plassT : . v- ? k , Opening Address, ' "v ; ' ' - "! - r 'EvaSeegmiller.. .j (kvandpa's Spectacles :- . ' ''' - .Sblo, Lonie Woblleyi ,; . "wot . . liecitation, "The Biirning Prairie" '-" ' " r '" ZaicleeWalker. . p '" '"' ' fM ; v Anthem, Praise ye tiilie-'3iibrd,"renoFSolo S Gliofus- . ; I i V Haiinah: Neisbn Agnes! Pyinm, Geo. Wliitehead, ; ; . - D avid 'MoEfiSj.' Wmj-enezrl&Mrs Jr A. -WJiitelock. ; .: : kJ k Ear away the Qanip Eire' Burns, t i ' i - Class. fv, !l r Uousehold.B'abyr f - - DltietrMia'ct ' Jknie Mo4urteie. .',;. ; l . v BecitntLQii,, .,-;. -.,. . -u- r -v '-: . Mary Snow. .: ; , " 1 f r. i"'Eatii.er.lwilLsettle theBill'it--. - -Vi-SoloMamie' Alger. ' 'Jk 9 Selbct Beag, ' ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 8 November 1884

H 17 .. . - . ..jr '. " .JtTwwgMMiMMjLMiiiwwBMrTTTTwrrr - I ' ..J;I miist not tease 'm mother f ; Jane McMurtrie. I Hunter's Call rs ! ?'''' " Mixed Voices. ;Uecitation;"u'H6wto,Catclla!Beau,,, r Syble - Stringrh md. I "I have a new Beaumamma," Katie Kemp, Lizzie Hardy, I ...--- George Li.n I. I , Recitation, , Miua Hcott. U "Sleighing Song," ;'..'" Class. v , -'How Beautiful are thy Dwellings, 0 Lord,"- Solo, Duet and Chorus. I; "Charming Spring," " . . C-' -f" " v Class. ' "Uncle Reuben's Baptism," J. A. Whitelock. I "One more Ribber For to cross," j,vj - ? Chorus. Farewell, ..f-'-. -.. - Ch6rus. H , ' I., " ' i i i i1 ,-, ,,; I ,' Price of Admission, adults 50 cents; children half price. B Tickets at Woolley, Lund & Judd's, Whitehead's and Tithing office. K ,. .1 M. I ...... I I . . . .1. I. .. II II I I ,.. .,. ...,... i..M, i m. .,,,. i. M. . ., ... . , ,.. . Doors open at 6:45 p. m.,' "' - Curtain rises at-7:c0 sharp, I . (if the co'rds-dont break.) B -3 ...... . "'AST Adv...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 8 November 1884

-J ' grout oaBtemntion and excitement t.niong the inhabitants. m m m fyr ENVELOPES, with your ij I huiiie.s. '-ird neallv print d m the upper 6m J left-h md mimut, fur only 25 ce-. ,,. Addivs.s in U ion, 't. 'Jeor ;, Utah. Ar Onof. IE yoi want thy "best far ii a d r.toc paj or ,iu th : west d-irin' 1S84-, and a hands ine frea, (" ic fcio Jiaiy !: y a rse , ft or ch ildr a v send Slat once to the Company at' C dar Rapids, Iowa. See adv. ;.'MrjcY' v Slip 'twjxt, t&4 Civ) and: je Xiv. ' A.r.flilwn '."xi i .ession, used to signify the an .;-, r t-rih oi all hopes Bxpec.; tions, h )v,j.v8r near fche-r fulfiime t.riuiy apparently be. Orig in . According to-an ancient author, the phrase arose thus: A king of- Thrace Had' planted a vineyard, when one of, ins slaves,- whom he had much oppres id in that very work, proph esied th-it he, (the king J should never taste th wine produced by it. The king disregarded tjie prophecy and when, at ah entertainment ' lie held the' cup full of his own...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Union. — 8 November 1884

r"L., :':VS:;;' ;;.:' ' ,-? -" H Ensj'touse. A certain cure. Not-expensive. Three H month?' treatment in one package. Good for Cold B In the Head, Headache, Dizziness, 'Hay Fever, &c. M Fifty cema. By ull Druggists, or by mail. H E. T. H AZJSLTINJE, .Warren. P ' B aW IN USE- 36.989; H Ml persons say their goods are the best. We ask you to ex H amine our Improved Keller Positive ForeoFeed,Grnln H Seed and Fertilizing Drill and our liny Ituke. Thcj H are as (rood as the best, and can be sold as cheap. All are war H ranted. Circulars mailed free. Newark Machine CO- K Newark Ohio. Eastern Branch House, llagcrstown, M4 B;$50 REWARD -will, be paid for any Grain Tan of same size that run clean and bug as much Grain or Seed in one day as our Patent MONA11CH Grain and Seed Separator and Baer crer, which we' offer to the pub lic ut a low price. Send for circular and price list., which will he 'mailed kkkk. NEWARK MACHINE CO., . NewarkOUio, U. S. A. j T. L. 'Miller Co., B BliEEDEIifl AND 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 January 1885

l INPUSTRY MAKES TnESB LEADS TO RUlN r " , B f C'P'VqI'7'J St, George, Utah, January, 1SS5. No n . I j Jimmy's Lecture. -1 Tress Leaflet' I Here Jimmy smiled; but lie meant what lie said; and pulling out of liis pocket a piece of paper and a pencil, he jumped down to B use the block as a desk, saying, as B "he wrote in big letters: "They B shall have a pledge, and they can B make a mark as people do who can't H write. I'll make it short so they B can understand it, for I shall help W them." 1 M So busy was the boy with his :m work that he never saw a man M steal from behind the pen, where H e a een sing and laughing 9 at Jimmy's lecture, till something H seemed to change the smiles to )m tears; for as he peeped over the lad's shoulder, he saw how worn S the little jacket was, how bruised I and blistered the poor hands were Jfr with too hard work, and how he mm" stood on one foot, because his ics I were out of the old shoes. A month's wages were in the man's pocket, and he meant to s...

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 1885

PUBLISHED BY J. W. CARPENTER, Editor & Proprietor. 2? Terms; Fifty Oonts per Volume. V January, 1885 H ' On account o sickness and acci- B dently xi-ing forms we have not H ' been able to issue as we would like. farming may be a slow way to make money by some rpeorple, but it is ari honest way, and, -as Bill Arp says, there is a law of "com pensation" about it. It is not only the "freest" life on earth, but we may truly add, the most lordly. ( Note the thorough independence f of the intelligent farmer, who re cognizes and develops the resour ces of the soil. Were it not for him, the trader, merchant, mechan ic, and tradesmen would be desti tute, for they could not live. Sirs, "the farmer is a gentleman!" Ouorloacieci Trees. 5S-. P. Barry says, "A tree overloaded Wt with fruit can neither perfect the Hr fruit, nor ripen its wood properly." The grape is very sensitive in this respect, and both trees and vines J&; J should be properly trimmed be- ff V tween now and spring, that...

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 1885

tmam hip ii im niny ml 1 1 - i i i m pnwii. i.m j I riiinwiinii.. THE UNION. ' " 1 "i i . ,, , RATES OF ADVERTISING, II n-imi n.m i i i u . ,1,1 I,,, , ! . Squares, l time. 2 times 4 times. 13 nines Half $ .Co $ .So $ 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 4.50 7.50 16.00 Four 4 .co 6.00 9.00 2000 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 35.00 Eight. S.00 12.00 19.00 40.00 , Nine 9.00 13.50 21.50 45.00 ', Ten 10.00 15.00 a,j .00 50.00 i Ten lines of above type make one square. I births and deitths Published free, i Tran3ent advertisements Tcii Cents a line each j and every insertion. The Union is on file with EDWIN ALDEN & BRO., W N. V. Cor. 5th & Vine Streets, Cincinnati, 0., where advertising' contracts can be made. The Union is on file with N. W. AVER & SGN,auvS"U PHILADELPHIA, PA., where contracts lor advertising-can be made. The bridge across the drain n south of our office has caved in,...

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 1885

B HAVE YOU A dRPEWI ! And will waiit tfSi SJclt at tho least monoy. inv now Seed Catalogue will aurpri30 you. tfo mattor mm where you have been dealing it will nave money. It ia mm mailed Free o nil, and you to iiivro ii before buying anywhere. WEVB. H. EVi AULE, B ' 12S & 131 Front St., Piiadclpliia Wayno, Du Pago Co., Illinois, B HAS IMPORTED FRQJVJ FRAWCE j PercUcrou Horses valued nt S3, 1)00, 000, which iucludcM 75 PER GE1T OF AIL lieSSSS B Whofo purity of Mood ia established by their pcdlprcos BB recorded in tho STUD BOOMS OF FRANCE. KM EVER EXPORTED TO ATVIERBCA. V STOCK ONMKD : B. Imported Slall Ions, IMiFU'wIW younger. mM NMplSFWiSaclpln accepted by n 1 5mgS2Jnl"llSnt breeds, that. mm IMhowoTor well bred Animals ; B fodigrccs are not rr-cordert. find rRnnot ha nutnenllciiiljr , m riven, tUoy "bouhi ha valuen only 8 grades. I will tv nil j Imported Stock at Grade Prim when I rannot furnish B with tho fiiilmal soH pedis:? e Tcrified hy Jhft ojiKtaal B Trench certiorate of ...

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