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I " SATES OF ADVERTISING. j$ Squares, i time, a times 4 tunes. 12 times 24 times 1 . . . 1 V Half $ .60 8 $ 1 50 $ 3.00 $ 5.00 u One , 1.00 1.50 2.50 0.00 10.00 f Two' 2.00 3.00 5.00 11.00 :8.oo Three. 3.00 4.50 7.50 16.00 27.00 Four 4.00 0.00 9.00 20.00 33.00 Sft Five 5.00 7.50 y.50 25.00 41.00 i Six 6.00 9.00 14.00 30.00 50.00 Seven 7.00 10.50 16.50 35.00 55.00 Eight S.00 12.00 19.00 40.00 60.00 ;i Nine 9.06 13.50 21.50 45.00 6$;oo Ten iQ.00 15.00 24.00 50.00 70.00 Ten lines of above type make one square. Births and deaths Published free. sJf Transient advertisements Tci) Cents a, line each and every insertion. LOCAL AMD GENERAL. "W"c 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, ori items of interest, local and general. MONTHLY RESUME. ; The election at this pbee passed off quietly. 3.900 lbs copper bullion from ..Grand Gulch mine arrived in this city August 4. Other shipments have arrived since. We had auite a shower of rain 011 the 6th inst. See adv of A. R. Whitehead. ! QnStlVc 1 1th inst we had a hesvy rainwr.St. George and Bloomington. At St. Georere it done considerable' I damage by breaking a levy on the west ditch. See adv of Davis Sewing Machine, it is the BEST. It rained again on the !4'h inst. Miles P. Homney, who is just in from St.' John, Arizona, reports even thing in a thriving conditon on that, part of the hemisphere. See adv. of powell & Douglass, Oh, where arc you j?oinr my pretty maid f To do some shopping:' she sweetly said. 'And where V I asked in fjlnd surprise, Oh, anywhere where (hey Advertise. S& So she took the Union and glanced it oyer v $&V , To find the advertisement of some Grocer, ; - . Hut she looked in vain and tired her eyes, h: AnA ald 'alas! whv don't they advertiskI Iv. A;' rfi Macdonald of Middlcton is interested in it " the welfare of. tlic poor people of the South and f . , t not what our Merchants feel like asking us r it. - y ' Give him your orders. Ullv T Miles P. Romf.ev exp"ct fo s'art ! for St. John oh te; 1 2th ore.pienjbpr.. i . ' PPfr ' ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. 'V 'Chicago Specimen. 1st and 2nd f Quarter 1881, is lo han'l, valuable. : ' Florida Dispatch, Jacjisonville, Flal received regular, very interesting, fr; i. Hetfal&& Presbyter Cm., 0., re- , ..c.eired regular, know not who sends it. f ; , ; . i St utioiier & Printer, Chicago, good hi'-. : A, large catalogue of Sanborn's Ma- ' oninery, with prices. ; No 1, Vol 1, of the Ogdeu Week- , ij ,iyPHot has been received. v ' No. 4 of the Saturday Evening Times, Omaha, is to hand. S Woman's Exponent Salt Lake City, is received regular. No. 2, Vol. 1 of the Balimore Press is to hand. The Con'ributr, Salt Lake City, comes to hand regular and is interest ing. . The Silver Hccf Miner is received regular. Territorial Enquirer, very newsy, pays rcirular visits to our sanctum. Vick's Floral Guide, 40 pages, Autumn 18S1, is to hand. Very neat. The American Garden for July is before us. It contains a large Colored Plate and much valuable reading. Quarterly, 25c a year. $. K. Bliss & Sons, 34 Barclay Street, New York. No 294, Vol 132, of the 'North American Review' is on our table. It contains an article, "Utah and its People," by George Q. Csinnon, that should be read by all; in fact, every article is very interest ing. 106 pages, 50c per copy, or $5 a year, month ly. D. Appleton & Co. New York. Subscriptions received at the 'Union' office; t- ' Books. The Book of Mormon, Doctrine ai.d Covenants, and Pearl of Great i'rice. New Edition are for s;.lc at the Prat Office. The two former books are one dollar each and the latt.r fifty c nts. 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Also Dealcrsin Primers' Sui)lie8 ill (icnci'iil. , H yzroun system t&ty . ) H Briefly ot plained, is a follows. The unit uf iiieitMircflinnt Tor all Typo liodics, is -mf)vrai, wlncli is exactly one-t welfth o( . ,, -' Pica.. Thu is tho binailcst nml iipplicd only to Loads and Rulei. All the other hodics lio,r exiict relations tn tins ns in. dieatcd ly nuinhers. From Amrrlitm to Nonj)areil. which is numheredC, they incrc.isft irorcMlvely liy ono-lmlf Ihehody of tho first. Heyoml thu, to Prn. Ity rtn increnktt the sircol H Amtrican. There aro no trifmv or irregular bizes. 4 XST 'Each the U a actor. Three Nonpareil (Ojnre a fircat :H Primer (18); three Brevier (8) nro a Douhlo Pica (2-J). u0Il 1 . .H tmreil (G) and a Brevier (Si aro tin Enalish (14). or Two-lino -H jmren (0) anu a ure.vicr (i aro tin minimi (i, or jwo-uhu -Minion; a I'ica(I2i nnd an Excelsior (4) - twp 6-tn Pica Leads nro a Coluinhuii (16); ti Douhlo EnL'liih (28) and -a Broker (8) t t aro a Double flreat Primer (30); so with allof thootlier sues, nndcing tho combination oft wo or more sues of typo in.aword ';y H or line, the simplest thing iiOAuinnblo in fonipobitioji Tint M od.d body, Bourgeois (0), i now n rcspcctriblosizc, lemg a Tion- jH jiareil (li).nnd one-lmlfosiictly. " 1 Look over the fiKUrcs uud test tho simplicity of tli9 now ayp H tem of Typo bodies, American 2 Saxon nw njii hwiiiiiwi'iii mo jjl DW. Paragon , IH 8 Nonpareil HHHHHSS iH 8 Brovler flH HHHHBHHHMHR 44 oanon HE 8 MKjfli S H THlb rArtli mm