Republican Meetings.
At Union.

The people of the thriving little settlement of Union filled the large “Co-op Hall” at that place at the Republican meeting Monday night.  The Union Central Band discoursed excellent music, and the remarks of the speakers were attentively listened to.

Mr. Harmel Pratt was the first speaker and lucidly narrated the history of the Republican and Democratic parties and showed the position assumed by each.  The status of the tariff question was also shown by Mr. Pratt in a way to impress its importance on the audience.

[Deseret News, July 4, 1891]

[transcribed and proofread by David Grow, Aug. 2006]

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