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THE H u u i i h 1 0 y 1 y.Bi ? 1 A Monthly Magazine of H Home Literature, H "REPRESENTS H The Young Mon's and Young Ladies' Mutual Improvon -ment Associations of tho Latter-day Saints, ,' Edited and Puhlished bv .Tunius-F. Wells, - . Salt Lake City, Utah. TKRMS:-IN ADVANCE, B One Year, including two Engravings S2.00, Six Months, " " $l.0o. fs&Subscriptions received at tho Union office. , Booitn. The Rook of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, and Penrl of (iret Price, New Edition re for r. 'lc t the Post Office. Tho two former hooks crc onf doll r Cfich and tho lutt r fifty cnts, Tiny itrr ir;. lly prinfd find bound in cloth.