I?; SALUTATORY. o : ? Friends, and those who are not friends, we cordially greet you with this our first number of the STt. George Union, and hope you will find it worthy wor-thy your patronage, and that you will lend a helping band and aid u in establishing a first class Nswspn-I Nswspn-I per, which, we hope, the Ukjon will be at no distant day, . To make a first class Newspaper requires time, talent, and a vast a- mount of money ; yet, wish the assis-t assis-t tance of those who are capable of writing interesting articles for our columns, we will endeavor to make H the Ukion second to none al least, in f the way of a Newspaper. Heretofore the people of St. George 9H i,'; and vicinity have btcii very negligent in encouraging a home pnppr,and yet, there is scarcely a community who are better able to sustain an enter-prise enter-prise of this kind. Onr termsare exceedingly low, con-Bt con-Bt sidering the high prices of the pro- ducts of the country, and we hope, that every man, who is a man, will come forward and hand in his dollar for one year's Bubscrip'ion to the i Union, showing his good will for our Success. We shall study the interests of (he people and ever strive to aid in the developement of wealth, honor, and righteousness, and shall ever 'fight for the right and oppose the wrong.'. The products of the country will be y taken in payment where cash cannot ' be paid. . Onr terms are cash or its H equivalent. HH We send this, our first issue, to a t .,'- large number who are non-subser, hers HA trusting that they will not only sub- scribe themsehes but induce their friends and neighbors to do likewise HH and . forward the .means to this office , 'The paper used for the Ujkioh i? ' I 1 - home-made and was manufactured at Salt Lake Oity. Come one, come all rind encourage Home Industry.