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I 3CIjc fficorgc SKnian.
St. ficorgo, Utah, Friday, Aug. 9, 1878.
V "ANE'S AMANO YE TAKENT NOTES-"
h ST. GEORGE TEMPLE.
$ It has ben decided, in Council,
;; that the Temple at St. George shall
f, be closed from the 15th of September
until the 1st of November, 1878.
Salt Lake City, August Istj 1878.
Sunday July 28: The speakers were
- Robert Gardner, Lorenzo Clark,
Easton Kelsey, Win, Carter, and H
Sunday August 4: The speakers
were D. H. Cannon, Thos. 8. Terry.
Wm. H. Allred, J. M. Macfartane,
, and A. B. Dunford.
A Hunter who went hunting, has jut re
turned. That he f iund his game, we are pleased
It to lcaru.
: i We wish him much jov, and great success,
L. Aud hope many Hunters hia home will
The weatbrr is very changeable.
first it thinks it will rain then it thinks
',.Lw it won't. Now the iwihd blows hoi
and then cold. " r ,
N; What is the matter with the herds
man's horn ? It sounds like it had
- , - We are pleased to see on our streets
the new spring wagon ordered especi
ally for the benefit of the home mis
sionaries and the ladies woiking at the
Lx-Bp. Woodruff Freeman of Wash
ington returned from his mission to
Arizona reports favorably of the vi
cinity and people on Hi tie Colorado
and Salt river. Saya there are exten
sive fields of grain, harvesting had
commenced on Salt river when he
left. Health of the people good,
Wm. Empey from his new abode
"Williamsburg west of Pine Valley
inforois us that the crops at that
r place are doing well. Lunern is at
the third cutting, grain looks fine.
D. C. Robbins just returned from a
visit to Hebron inlorms us that the
crops in that vicinity are looking
well and prospects excellent for an
abundant harvest. The people are
- doing well, but little sickness in their
7 midst. Stock thriving, prospects for
a large quantity of butter and cheese
being.manufactured. That is right! we
would like to have some in this quarter
I of the world.
I By card from Elder Daniel Tyler
I; of Beaver August 6th says: Ther-
aaomotor was up to 00 in the shade
and had be. n up to 98 at 3pm
No sun stiok s r. p.,r td. health
generally good except j. lew cases ol
billiousncss. Elders K.G.Maeser Mid
John W.Taylor held three meetings
m Beaver City in the inteVet of the
M. I. A. and were lull of the Holy
Spirit and the people enjoyed the
addresses very much.
Some excitement over the Elections,
the Liberals however concede the
victory to the people.
Sends regards to all friends.
Thanks L. S. Hemenway for ihe
compliment of fine apples. " .
Friend H. aUays has the best o'
fruit and sells as cheap us the cheap
est. Give him a call.
Thermometer h1 At the begin
ning ot the Eclipse, it fell rapidly
ilw during ihe time of the llclipse,
and soon alter the ending, ran up tt.
102 all in the Shade. How's that
for the Mercury ?
"Marriage is usually the end of
man's troubles." Zeb Crummet wants
to know which end.
Sextoh's Report. Number of
deaths in St. Georeje for July 1878
2 males. 3 females.
4 of which were children, I an aged
lady. Tou.l 5
The Typographic Advertittr, Phil. Pa.
ift filled with first tliisa rcuuiug for Printers
and Publishers, and Specimens of new
styles of Type. Quarterly ,25 cnts a year j
The Schenectady (N. Y.) Gazette U on
our table filled with iziteimm readily.
Weekly $ I. a year. 3
The Gowar.da (N. Y.) Enterprise, filled
wiih news, and published by Horion &
Doming, is received. Thanks, for kindly
Viclt's Monthly Magazine for August is
at hand lull of imehil leading as usual.
The S mi Weekly Herald PuHished at
??alt Lake City, is "received regularly and
speaks tor itself
Our 'Devil' says the old adage ps poor
as a church mouse' should be chang d so
it would read ''as poor as an Editors
Showing the degrees of the thermometer
at 7 p. m. in the shade, ai St. George.
July 26 91
30 highest 107 J 97
August 1 94
7 " 96"
$ . ' 95p
ST, 6E0R6E BUSINESS DIRECTORY. H
tLflittmiusx duds of fic linen or less HH
Br.iner spare.) $5 per year, including one Hfl
Subsaiption to the Uni n.
JOHN PflTMACFARLN I
Surveyor and Attorney at Law.
Office iu Courthouse, St. George, Utah.
WARREH HARDY; I
Having just returned from his "w
chase" is now prepared to wait on all cua- Wt
tomera who want Turning &c. done, in his Bl
line of business, at his old stand. Terme
E. T. RIDING, H
BOOT & SHOE MAKES,
l -6m St. George, Utah:
St. George Hotel. H
Next J)oor To Post Offick.
JOHN PYlvlIVl, PROPRIETOR
AGENT FOR AND DEALER IN
Fish Bro'b. VVapons, 'limbers. Plows, H
Reapers, Mowers, Extras, etc , etc.
HOME - MADE DIXIE WINE!
For Sale by Thomas Hall, first house
North of the Temple, St. George, Utah. 1
Mira9 OraallMstir 8 M
JOSEPH ORTON is Mnnuftotur-
mg Boots and Shoes at his old sjpakd
Adjoining his residence 2$ blocks
west of PubliG Square
Repairs neatly executed..)
JUST SlEGEITSDi H
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEiVH- H
GALS, AND DRUGGISTS' SUH- H
DRIES. ALSO CROCKERY:
GLASSWARE, AND TABLE
HEAD OF MAIN STREET. H
ST. GEORGE, UTAH.
The person thai borrowed a volume IHh
of Millenial Star some years pince will DH
save Publication by RETURNING iH
the same to HHI
J. W. CAKPENTEK. H