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14 ST. GEORGE UNION
ST, GEORGE, U. ADVERTISEMENTS,
D L AN K 'fiM&Xecs
U0QK8. U and Due Bills,
NEATLY PRINTED, and BOUND B ETTER
Than can be done at ANY OIHER Establish
, mcnt in Southern Utah, and at Prices that Defy
COMPETITION. Give us your Orders!!
"UNION" Office, St. George, Utah.
U'lf A Young- Lady, between 10 and 15 years of age,
Hpgp to set type. The applicant must be a fair scholar.
Vp For particu ars, address or apply at St. George
wL. Union office, St. George, Utah.
3 PHOTOGRAPHER 9
Is selling the New Family Sewing Machines in
St George, for the small sum of $30. each. War
ranted to give entire satisfaction, or money refuu
ded, if returned within 6 days after sale.
. PICKETT, RIDING & WOODBUHY,
Successors to BUILDERS' UNION.
L Depot lat North Street, near Post Office,
-t Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of
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iJ DWELLINGS, STORES, &.C. Erected on
J 1 SHOIir NOTICE and REASONABLE Terms.
. Wall Paper and Borders in Stock.
k Lumbar, Shingles, &o. Constantly on hand.
jSKk JOHN M. MACFARLANE,
XMk Surveyor & Attorneyat-Law.
i W " 5TOffice in Courthouscgg!
fe; BOOTS & SI HOES
) ' B;'.'' Made to order by
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If vP -': Salt Lnko Advertisements.
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' m A Manthly Magazine of '
J Home Literature.
$ ' REPRESENTS
! Tho Young Men's and Young Ladles' Mutual Improve
ment Associations of the Latter-day Saints.
y- . Edited and Published by Junius F. Wells.
L Salt Lake City, Utah.
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1 A fek. 1 One Ycnr-.including two Engravings S-'.O".
f Six Months, 41 $1.0o.
V7 -SLr5' Subscriptions received at the Union office.
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V HEW, CHEAP EDITION
$- ' OF THE
I h DOCTRINE AND COVENANTS.
f ,n JUST THE THING FOR
"1 Missionaries, Sunday Schools, and
j Travelers, or to Send to Friends.
U PRICE, Cloth Embossed $1.(10
H ' -ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO -
m DESBRET NEWS COMPANY,
jg?' SA.LT LAKy CITY, UTAH.
Me - American Fork Advertisements.
If ' Qr ants Emporium,
f f . Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
'M MUSICAL HE HI) II AN DISK,
f . Toys, Books, Stationery, Chi-
netware ) Glassware and No-
l ir ' . tions ' W. GRANT,
M AMIS, RICAN FORK , TJTAH
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New York Advertisements,
Vick's Flower and Vogotablo Garden , ...
x75 Pugcs, Six Colored Plates, and five hundred
Jingravings. Price 50 cents in paper covers;
Si. 00 in cleg-ant cloth. In -German or English.
Address, JAMES VICK, R Chester, N. V.
1 1 A ! 1 0 UTft M SEMINARY for Young-Ladies.
nUUUn I UN Advantages unsurpassed, h'or
Record or catalogue address A. G. Benedict,
Clinlon, N. Y.
Vick's Seeds . , .,
Are the best in the world. Ten Cunts will get
the Floral Guido, telling how to get and grow
POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y
With U. S. Military Department. A thorough
going, wide-awake school for boys, combining
Study, Military Drill and Recreation in due pro
portion. Catalogue wit chart of College Requi
sitions, sent on application. OTlS-lJiSBEE, A. M.
A beautiful work of 13o Pages, two Colored
Flower Plates,and looo Illustrations, with
Descriptions of the best P.owers and Vegetables,
with price of seeds, and how to grow them.
All for Ten Cents. Tn English or German.
Address, James Vick, Rochester, N. Y.
POTTER, ST. GEORGE UTAH
Jars and Teapots warranted s)S good
and as clirap as those imported.
37-Stores supplied at Wholesale. .0
MACHINIST & MILIWRIGHT :
WOOD AND IRON TURNING, bcROI-I,
SAWING, CHOPPING AL.L. KINDS OF
GRAIN, GRINDING SALT. PLASTER
OF PARIS, &c., &c. ST. ' GEORGE, UTAH.
PIP At i f i Iffii & 1 for SoUlicrsAVIdows, Parent R,'
Rn B H i SH nnd Clilltlrco. -Any dlscnKo, I t
M m IM N R I II (1 wound or injury entitles. Mil- : '
Ka n w V? (1 9 I 1 w lions appropriated and work-
Ing force doubled. Prompt work and homes made happy. Tec
$io. Anply now. WidOWSt re-married, now entitled during ,
widowhood. Great success in INCREASE cases. HOUNTY k,
and Dack Pay and Discharges procured. Deserters entitled to
tSS"Zr'S PATEN TSfp.'ocu3: tftll
bouBht and sold. The'WORLD & 80LDIER,'(wcekty i.k MM
paper). Sample copy free. Send stamp for full instructions, U U
binks Sc bounty table. N. W. FITZCERALD & CO.. I
tension, Patent & Land Atfys, Washington, D C i'H
Only 50 Cents a Yem
It is a firt-class Agricultural paper, published eil
semi-monthly. All who send us their subscrip- llH
tion with 50 cents, between now and December Ifll
ist., we wil send them the paper untilJanuary ist, H MH
Sample Copios, containing Premium Lists, sent !'1H
froo on application. Address, . (HH
'SOUTH AND WEST," 320 N. 3d St., St. I.ouis,Mo. - U
1 f n 1 Hare certainly best, having- been so dc- I
) l J creed at every Great World's In- 1
IToars; no other American org-ans having been
found equal at any. Also cheapest. Style 109; ,
3 octaves; sufficient compass and power, with pl
best quality, for popular sacred and secular music fH
in schools or fami ies.at only $22. One hundrod
other stylos at $3, $57. S72, S7S, $93. $loS ,
$114 to $500 and up. Tho larger stylos aro
wholly unrivaled by any other organs. t
Also for easy paym nts. Now Illnstratod Cata- I tH
loguo fr e. The MASON & HAMLIN Organ and Piano
Co,, 15TrcmontSt., Boston; 46E. 14th St., New 11
York; 149 Wabash Avo., Chicago. n
Cheapest Bib!es!fcas!i;?ara&sS2 PlH
OPIUMhabitP ' . I
THOUSANDS of references from persons cured. Wo
Vay uutU Cured. Br. J. STEP1IENB, IcbiuioB. .
IS MANUFAOTDRB.D BY ' r I
FISH BROS. & 0., I
Kacme, wis. il
WE MAKE EVERY VARIETY OF m
And by confining ourselves strictly to one class of work ; by employing none but the , 1 h H
BEST OF WORKMEN,
Using nothing but
FIRST-CLASS IMPROVED MACHINERY and tho ; H
VERY BEST OP SELECTED TIMBER, H
And by a THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE of the business, we have justly earned the reputation D
of making .- tM
"THE BEST WAG0H OH WHEELS." i
Manufacturers have ab liehod tho warranty, but Agouts may, on thoi own responsibility, give, il
the following warranty with each wagon, if ao agro-d : Of
We Hereby Warrant the FISH BROS. WAGON No to be well-made in every particu-
lar and of good material and that the strength of the same is sufflcent for all work with fair usage. i
Should any breakage occur within one year from this date by reason of defective material or work- f
manship, repairs for the same will be furnished at place of sale, free of charge, or the price of said J1
repairs, as per agent's price list, will be paid in cash by the purchaser producing a sample of the J 11
broken or defective pnrts as evidence. i
Knowing wo can eult yb'i, wo solicit patronage fom ovorv section of tho United States. Bond for 1 HI
Prices una Terms, aud for a copy of THE RAOINE AGRIOULTUHIST, to V H
PISH BROS. & CO., Raoine, Wis. JV- f W
Rapine, Wis., January lot, 1801. . " t lH