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: LOCAL AMD GENERAL.
B3?"Wc shall deem it a favor if our friends and
patrons in Southern Utah will send us local items
transpiring1 in their vicinity. We also invite
i Postal Card Correspondence from all parts of the
. - i . Territory, on items of interest, local and general.
" , Everybody is complaining of a very backward
, ' f On the 5th inst., a woodpile belonging to Prest
E. Snow caught fire from sparks from the chim-
' , ney of the house, caused bv n 'iiyh wind blowing
at the time, LuckPv it was extinguished before
. much damnge was done
'? v Zera P. Terry reports prospects for good crops
iv at Hebron this season. General health of the
' people is good, the winter colds having abated.
' "A. R. Whitehead's new Musi Store has now
got the roof on, and work is' so progressive that
"- 1 he will likely mOve to his. new quarters soon.
JlX: If you want a Sowing Machine that will last you
a life time, buy the Davis. For sale at Union
r As strawberries are a rarity, mulberries arctak-
' ; . ' " ing their place. Every day the youth can be seen
' gathering the ripe fruit. Plant more mulberries.
ft , It is reported that the Silver Reef Miner will
w jji. soon change hands.
tA,:f . Atlast we have a City Brass Band organized in
-lrt " this.city,' vith John Esirjilky,- leader.. We wish
the Band Success, tmd Hope it will be sustained
with a little hard Cash as well as faith and
prayers. Time is money, and money is just as
good to one person as it is to another. It requires
' considerable time expended to make proficient
players, and one person has just as much right to
have pay for his services, as another.
We-ask Musicians and lovers of Music to see
. adv. of Win. .Grant, American Fork. He fills or
, f lers promptly, whether by mail or railway, and
givesthe most forth c, least money.
.. Bp. Jones, from Pine Valley, says they have
y just finished planting in that locality, and from
.4 , appearances, thinks they, will be blessed with
. . T " - -; abundance this season.
U . Largo Demand for Beatty's Organs. Washing
ton, N. Sty May 15. Beatty's Organ Factory,
,. lqcatcd here, is running until midnight. The do
Ft'fjj rhand for Beattv's Organs is increasing daily.
'M ' ' Mayor Beatty informs your correspondent to-night
I that'he will manufacture and ship 1,500 Bethoven
( 37.-stop$po organs during this month. His Switch
Back Railroad is about completed.
". - There is an ordinancq In this city, against let-
v ting animals run at large in the streets. When
animals are turned out to water, the owners should
notrlet them remain out more than 15 01 20 min
utes, or the animals are liable to be taken up and
' placed in the Street Pound, -and the owners must
pay the charges.' -Animals running up and down
t . our city ditches are a Nuisance I d if their own
ers cannot obey the law they must expect to abide
, the consequences.
On 24 inst. Thomas G. Crane, who was working'
' . at the qoal mine on Ash Creekwhile being drawn
' . up out of the shaft, the loop he had his foot in,
slipped, and he fell to the bottom, Hilling him in
(Stantly. He leaves a wife and numerous friends
to mourn his loss..
Highwaymen have began to try their hand in
f Southern Utah, the first'man robbed being
Spillsbury , of Tpker. It occurred at the Little
I V " Sandy, and hiB loss was $2.50, and a saddle.
i' ' We had quite a heavy rain on 28 inst. It di'd
I not last long, but came down heavy and strong.
x ' Subscribers and others indebted to us
i; ty are Requested to call and SE TTLE.
1 r R. 0. Lund Esq. has purchased tho residence
r ..... recently owned "by W. H. Branch, and is having
it renovated, the carpentry work being executed
by Pickett, Riding & Woodbury ; the plastering
by Wm. Burt, and the painting by D. Milno;
The will fit it up in high style.
Old Sol lias turned the tap and let the heat run
up so high, it seems that the season has jumped
from Winter to Summer and left out the Spring.
Mr. B, F. Johnson, of Spring Lake Villa, vho
is on his way to Arizona, has arrived at Silver
Reef, with a portion of his family. His brother
Joseph E. ana family are to accompany them
If you have any trunks to be reparircd or want
a new one made, just give David Needh'am a call.
He can fit you out in first class style.
Moore's Throat and Lung Lozenges lor coughs,
colds and sore throat, end Moore's Pilules, for all
Malarial Diseases, are for sale by John Pymm.
Portraits of Qarfield. 19x24, 25 cents.
Send to 'St. George Union' office.
Job Prtratimg-, Plain, orin Colors,
neatly and expeditiously executed at
this office, at prices that defy compe
tition, Address, J W. Carpenter,
Wash. Co., St. George,
Box 561, Utah.
Thanks to Warren Springer, of Chicago, for
Catalogue of Machinery etc., received.
That exquisitely beautiful Magazine, the Amor
lean Garden is received every month, and is worth
twice the subscription K. Bliss & Sons,
Publishers, 3 Barclay Street New York,
We owe our thanks to J. W. Pepper, Music
Pubiishcr, Philadelphia, for specimen El parts of
Band Music, &c.
Snider & Holmes, Wholesale Paper Dealers,
Saint Louis, has our thanks for Catalogue and
Price List of paper, etc. Their goods are strict
ly First class.
The Florida Dispatch, Jacksonville, Fla., instead
of being a folio is a large 16 page periodical, and
is more interesting than ever, 1
SKIN DISEASES CURED
By Dr. Frazier's Magio OIntmont. Cures
as if" by magic, Pimples, Black Heads or Grubs,
Blotches and Eruptions on the face, leaving the
skin clear, healthy and beautiful. Also cures
Itch, Barber's Itch, Salt Rheum, Tetter, Ring
worm, Scald Head. Chapped Hands, Sore Nip
ples, Sore Lips, old, obstinate Ulcers and Sore3,
kc SKIN DISEASE.
F. Drake, Esq., Cleveland, O., suffered beyond
all description from a skin disease which appear
ed on his hands, head and face, and nearly des
troyed his eyes. The most careful doctoring fail
ed to help him, and after all had failed he used
Dr. Frazier's Magic Ointment and was cured by
a few applications.
SgrThe first and only positive cure for skin
diseases ever discovered.
Sent by mail on receipt of price, Fifty Cents.
HEN 11 Y & CO,, Sole Propr's,
62 Vesoy Street, New York City.
GODBE, PITTS So CO., Wholesale Agents,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
For Blind, Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated Piles
Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment is a
sure cure. Price, i.x, by mail. For sale by all
IPO LIS ' POLE! iPiLIS'
A Sure Ouro Found at Last I
No One Need Sufferl
A suro Ouro for Blind, Blooding, Itohing and Ul
cerated PileB has been discovered by Dr. William,
(an Indian remedy,) oalled Dr. William's Indian
Ointment. A simlo box has cured the worst
chronic casoHof 25 or 80 years standing. No olq
need suffer five minutes uf tor applying this won
dorfnl soothing medicine. Lotions instruments
and electuaries do more harm than eood. William'..
Oinlmont absorbs the tumors, allays tho intonso
itching, (particulaly at jiight aiter getting warm in
bed,) acts as a poltico, gives instant and painless re
lief, and is prepared only for piles, itohing of the
pr vate party, and nothing elso.
Itoad what the Hon. J. M 0 flinborry of Clove
land says about Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment
1 have usod scores of Pilo Cures, and it affords me
ploaauro to say that I have never found anything
which 6ave Bucn immediate and permanent relief
as Dr. William's Indian Ointment.
For sale by all druggists or mailed on receipt of
price, $1.00. HENRY & CO., Prop'rs,
6s Vesey Street, New York City.
GODBE PITTS & CO., Wholesale Agents,
' SaltLake City, Utah,
1 " '
Vlck's Flower and Vogetablo Garden , , , .
175 Pages, Six Colored I'latcs, and five livfndrea jfl
Engravings. Price 50 cents in .paper covers 'f V
St .00 in elegant cloth. In German or English . V .
Address, JAMBS VICE, Rochester, It. Y. v,V;
WhMUMM I ArtryTQWANTEDforthe LIVESand M
pRAHK " IWAdventuresof the OUTLAWS ' ,'.
jig D Hl f S 'J'
Complete and authentic account of these Bold High-
waVmoni The latest information about the Shoot- $$?
Ing of JESSE. The most interesting and exciting! ff
book ever written. Fully Illustrated. Complete 4$
outfit by mall, Forty Cents. Terms Very Liberal. J
FORSHEE & McMAKIN, Cincinnati, O. g
D LAN K Receipts f.
O00K8. . U and Due Bills,
NEATLY PRINTED, and BOUND BETTER,
Than can be done at ANY OTHER Establish- .
mentin Southern Utah, and at Prices that Defy
COMPETITION. Give us your Orders!!
"UNION" Office, St. George, Utah.
A Young- Lady, between 10 and ig years of age, 't
to set type. The applicant must be a. fair scholar.
For particu'ars, address or apply at St. George !i
Union office, St. George, Utah.
ItolWes mink . S
M Wo will cna X Bcoutlful Silver-plated Butter Knife, lH
Mot tho Flower ; rt 60 pieces full size Yoeal Muile, with M
Piano accompaniment, retail from 2G to 50 cents each H l
Bat stores; and a beautiful Illustrated Ulagaxlno, three H Wt
j months, post-paid if 10 three-cent stamps are sent PR St
to pay postage and packing expenses. Address s Wi
J 11. 0. RIDEOUT ? CO., PubUshcrt, 10 Barclay St., N. Y.j Pa
Crawfs mporium, ,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
MUSICAL MEllCflApfSH, I
Toys, Books, Stationery, CM- 1
n aware 9 Glassware and No- m
tlons W.GRANT, I
AMERICAN FORK, UTAH. '
SOUGS &C, FOR SALE AT J
ST. GEORGE UNION OFFIOE.
Song;, on Pres. B. Young's Birthday, C. L. W. . ic I
" " 75 " A. Randall,.. 2c
Temple Song- No. i , by C. L. Walker 2c - b
" No. 2, . " 3c
Temple Dedication Song, 1877, " 3c
Jubilee Song, 1880, ' 3c
31st Anniversary of Pioneers '
entering Salt Lake Valley, " 3c T
Strike the Cymbal, ic
Rules of the United Order, 10c '
'"Postage Stamps taken in payment.BJ .
THOUSANDS of references from persons cured.f Wo
p ay uutU OurecL Dr. 3. STEPHENS, Ibjuio. I
Complete Jife of these Bold Highwaymon,
Also of the Younger Brothers and other bold d
outlaws. Elegantly Illuotr ate d., Over 600 J$
Pages. Beware of inferior editions. Oomploto i 1
outfit by mail.Forty Cents. TormsLiboraJ.
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