V .V,0SALJ'.ito3. ' tivVOii the' evening of the 26 hnd m rn- ' 'ing;pl ihe 7- "inst we 5 hndv"" :nioj i ,jM)ninfr Notices fur sale., at Union ) otnceV . ) . . Mail service has been increased ; fronv-once to twice a week on .route from1 St. George to Pinto., jroing 'ia ;i Santa CJvra (unlock and Pine Val , q)V I Seny ice ;h.as also been increased ! from twice to thrice a week, on route from St. Georie to. St. Thomas. i ' In our last a few narres were mad- ' vertfntly inserted in the Union as - Territorial officers, to oe voted for at "the August, election, which should no j jiave occurre'd. is, I " - I' Sheriff A. P. Hardy is having a I , respeclajjie porch and veranda attach)- ml to the souih end and east side o' i his residence McQaarrie, Morris it fw Smith beinjr the contractors. IThe St. George Bakery has been overhauled, remodeled and plastered, and' is being fitted up for a Library and Heading room; to be stvled the , j "Lyceum.' It. will soon be the place ; J in which the Y. M. & V. L. M 1 f Associations will hold their meetings. Wlp A: Lideual. Oi'fer. Attention is, called to the ' j advertisejnent of the Iowa Fanner Co. -This is I ijOne of the best' .and most .pfhqticablc farm, and " L s Mi'tpck joiirjials.ihilowa, and in -view, of doubling A Wrth'riblinfr their present large . circulation they M '! iTiake tbc extraordinary liberal offer in their ad ver-. ft tisement. Read the same and senn the Company , K $itO'Cedar Rapids, Iowa, at opeq. . ,.. . . ! B Several Theatres have been given II iWly under the auspices of the Y.M I Y. L. M. I, A'8., the .proceeds", be B ing-:devoted to the purchase pf rani or- I jrari for the Lyceum. Books. The Hook of Mormon, Doctrine nnd M Covenants, and Pearl of Gre"t Price, New Edition arc for sale -t the Tost Oflice. The two former V books are 6n dollnf frch and the latt r fifty cmts. B They are neatly printed and bound in cloth. I We respectfully invite the. business men of this city to step forward with their advertisements jsnd aid in sustaining sus-taining the Union, the only home t paper in southern Utah. The new mines west of U9 are at trading considerable attention, the ore assaying very high. iri Among the beautiful and exquisite publications of an are the pretty panel pan-el pictures sent us by G. Stinson & Co., whose udv. con be found elsewhere. else-where. The B. Y. Academy at Provo was totally destroyed by fire, on the night of the 27 inst. Luckily the school 1 furniture was saved. It is supposed . i s .. to be caused by incendiary.