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The Union is on lile with
EDWIN ALDEN & BRO, AS!"6
N. W, Cor. 5th & Vine Streets, Cincinnati, 0,, where
advertising- contracts can be made.
' " ' , '' i ' ' The Union is on file with
7 C. A. C003S & GPO,
1- .r ADVERTISING AGENTS, CHICAGO, ILL,
1 ' V Where advertising contracts can be made.
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T i IOOO OTflOUJLATION.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
. ?"Ve shall deem it a favor if our friends and
.. patrons in Southern Utah will send us local items
transpiring in their vicinity. We also invite
' Postal Card Correspondence from all parts of the
' Territory, on items of interest, local and general.
y-;.. -s Weather cool and cloudy yesterdaj .
' . V.. .. - " If you want a Sewing Machine thnt will last you
- vjt . a life tinje, buy the Davis. For sale at Union
-w-"i ' .. office.
Considerable sickness prevails in
: . this city, from measles.
, Ed. Hendrchs and wife lost one of
??Snra n.i.. their HtUe.ones a few day.sago.
. ' fsV v J. W Crosby has sold the old
: 5 r v Sedgwick place, J ohr Gray being the
"P ' A few days since a little one be
longing to Chrle Seggmiller and
wife, succumbed to death.
Don't forget to call on John Pymm
;' K r Christmas toys, no'ions, candies,
. 1 canned fruit, flour, &c, &c.
J Warren Hardy, Machinist and Mll
; . ; wright, is prepared to do all kinds of
yv. work in his line. See adv.
Hiram Brinkeahoff. of Glendale. tp
; &. v- .ports every ting in the vicinity of that
. ' - place in a prosperous condition.
Born. Mrs. J. B, Carter delivered
j'j"! .. of a son, ten minutes to 2 a. m Dec
; . . . . 6. Mother and child doing well.
. f-i Pymm s Hotel is the best place for
, w travelers to stop. Refreshments the
' best. Feed stable on the premises.
V--- .1 . Now then, in truth, we'll tell U, for-
" The place to get your photos is of
i ;t James Booth.
Books. The Book of Mormon, Doctrine and
' , . , v. Covenants, and Penrl of Gre t Trirc. New Edition
. arc for sle bt the Tost Office Thwtwo fornu r
;r,, ' 1 : books nro one dollar o ch und th latt r fifty cents.
" Thoy are no-tly printed und bound in cloth.
T ' . , ;; Bp. W H. Branch Jr. of Mtsquit,'
1 t' :Vv ; reports fair proapects for good crops
of grain there and at Bunherviile, the
Mrs. Robert R Church gave birth
to a 6ne daughter on the 6th inst.
Mother and child doing pretty well,
Some men are very honest to your
face, but poon as your back is turned
thev'll swindle you out of your eye
eeth, if they get a chance.
The Silver Reef Miner of the 2nd.
inst assers that ' he Barbee and Walk
er Mill will soon be in operation, as
tl-eir business is about settled I
Bro Gh-zier, from Provo, Otah. de
livered up the ghost on the 6th inst.
His relatives and friends will grieve
to hear of bis demise, as he was true
to the gospel and much respected by
nil his associates.
The enterprising Muic DeaL A.
K. Whitehead, has moved to his new
quarters, 3 d"ors vyest of the Post
Office, and has added much 1o his
former large Btock of MuBical Mer
handise", 'loys, ozc. See ad.
The Breeder's Live Stock JournaC is
before us. It is truly a very interest
ing period iciti and should be more
generally patronized by Stock grow
ers if they wish to improve the pro
duction of their stock. Per year $1
We will turish it a year and the Union
one Vol. of 13 numbers, for $1.25,
Mrs. Richard Bently passed off
this stspe of existence on the morning'
:6f .tbe5th instaUnr-.a .lingering jilt-,
ness The burial took place on the
7th. S e leaves a husb nd anc- fam
ily and numerous relatives and Friends
to mourn her loss. She was much
respected by all who knew her as she
was a true Latter-day Saint.
Take Wariving! A man who
w. 1 swindle the-printer will, swindle
any one else, and we warn all per
sons not to trust a short, dark com
pleced man, styling himself Slffno
M artel, t?ie Great Italian
Magician. His handbills are
still in our possession and he has not
kept his promise. A word to the
wise Is sufficient.
It is a principle that all lo ers of
Home Industry should put in practice
to p. tronize our Home Itisiilutions,
and by way of calling your attention
to tht- fact, we remind all who have
any use for jars, teapots, or pottery
ware of alrrost vny kind, that they can
get a first cIpss article as ch ap as is
compa.ible with the situation of the
country, as you can ask for, from John
Kardly. See adv.
Careless Shooting. It is
surprising that so many persons in this
city have such poor judgement, or a
thoughtless cranium, as to have the
audacity to discharge firearms wi'hin
the limits of our city. Frequently
the bullets from discharged fire-arms
whistle past our office, and sometiinea H
cut very close to people's heads, en- H
dangering their lives. Such doings
are a nuisance and should be stopped fl
somehow; but who, in the vicinity of H
the shooting, has the manhood to fl
have the offenders prosecuted? 9
One of the most beautiful sceuca S
we ever gazed upon, was the auioia
borealis on Friday evening, the 17th.
ult. Streamers of light extended up S
to the middle of the heavens in vari- fl
lous parts of the hornzon. One great fl
peculiarity on that evening was the 9
intense bloody appearance of a portion fl
of the lights, and this red hue re- B
mained during the period of the au- H
rora borealis. 9
On the 1 9th ult., at 5 a. m. the fl
lights were visible again, but not so I
beautiful nor red, as those which ap- I
peared on the 17th, yet bright stream- U
ers illumined the sky and lit up the
horrizon so it was grand
If you have any trunks to be repaired or want
a new one made, just give David Ncedhnm a call. V
He can fit you out in first class style.
Moore's Throat and Lung- Lozenges ior coughs, .S
colds and sore throat, and Moore's Pilules, for all 'H
Malarial Diseases, are for sale by John Pymm. flj
The special habits and rf quirementa fl
of each animal should be watched and
its feeding governed according to its I
I needs. 9
a ied I
At St. George, Utah, Oct 11, 1882, I
Sarah Ann. daughter of Haden W.
And GlafarJ-. :R. Churehaoed 4 years
and 6 months Whooping cough waa
the first disease and when that was H
nearly cured, typhoid fever set in and I
took her away. fl
At Clear Lake! Utah, at the resi- 9
dence oi Dr. Crockwell, Oct. 1 4, 1 882,
of cancerous growth in the throat, a
Clara Jane Randall, wife of Haden JB
W. Church, aged 22 years, 7 months .dH
jnd 1 9 days. She was a kind and 9
affectionate wife and mother, waa jfl
dearly loved hy all who knew her I
and her loss was keenly felt. We B
deeply sympathise with the bereaved. I
beseret News please copy above.) I
JUST REMOVED! 1
I " ML SIC DEALER, ' I
Has moved to 3 doors west of Post fl
Office. Has ju" t received a large
assort mo-nt o' all kinds of Music and M
Musical Instruments, Sewing Ma- M
chinis and Extras, crockery ware, fl
glass ware, glass flt)wer globes, pic- I
ture frames, clocks, vases, mirrors, I
chromos, albums Christmas and New I
Year toys, notions, &c , and a thous-
and things too numerous to mention.
Anything not on hand can be order- I
ed on short notice. Call and see for M
5 out selves and get what you want. 9