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ted good, end In ample quintlty." Chacon
pany owning It It o bo Incorporated.
SEVERE WINTERS. ' '
We nubllth In tbi Ihu ell tb leir-tT Tb lu rosier or it its, wuen, lor a Mme,
point and porfJop tnn of Importance men were rlricken down by score daily by
our readers, of Gov. Phelp' i estg 10 w"
Now the O jvoriiment.eays goM,"llver
or greenbacks, without premium on either
ta noil people pre'er gre nbacks.
In an otber column citn be seen tbe pros
pectus ol the few York Bun, It li In feet n
exoellant pepes, full ol tbe newt t ill parts
ol the country, poDeosJ.ln most compre
-Mini Anderton, who ie attempting (be
feet or walking 3,700 querter-miles In 3 700
consecutive querter-honrs In Brooklyn, com
pleted the l,ri0ib quarter-mile tbe Bret of
One o( tbe Una! church edifice In the
West, the second B ptlsl church ol St. Luls,
costing over $100 COO, wm destroyed by B re
week before bet.
. liAtjrTiATioBT Picrcme. One of iba
great 'contrasts be'ween the School Brtke
used bf tbe father end mother of tbe land,
wea young, ond those how. tired by the
Children, It the use of picture. A( s curious
Instance of Illustrating the meaning; of words
by picture!, lock at tbe three picture ol a
Ship. on page 1761 of Wtbsfor Unabridged
' Dlctior.ary. these alooe Illustrate the mean.
ipt ol mora than one hundred wordt and
termt lar hettr;tnsn they can be defined by
any description In worli.
John Magulre, who' murdered Claris
Brown in Jefferson City lat September,
wee found guilty ol murder in tbe lint de
cree, by tbe Jury empaneled by tba Cole
Circuit court last week. Magulre la the
flrat men to draw tbe baiter lu tbit circuit,
to our recollection, lor mane years, and no i
doubt if the opportunity ii afforded, a large
-u.u;r.oi peopie wiu witness f, parting 2 90. Liad $3 75. Potatoes EO to C5j. But-
CI" tor, prima and strickly choice 15 to 10.!.
Tba Tribune ays Maguire Is probably fifty Ifggs 10 to Vc Sorghum 38 to 25o per gal.
years of age, and if be has a history he keepn Dneil apples 2 to 3 j per lb. Dried po.toties
It to himself; i a determined looking man, 3 to 3a per lb. N.vy bearn $135 per bu.;
" rJ countenanoe, a roslless blue Furs, active end firm, otter Nol. $3 to 3 60
eye, wun nothing of tbe bravado about him, No. 2, $1 to 2 60, No. 8, 75o to $1; No. 4, 2D
but Just (ucb a man aa one Invollntarily to 60.; Mink Nq 1, 35 to 40c, No. 2. 25 . 33c,
character ., a a "bed cltiaen," No. 4 10c; Raecoon No. 1. 50 to COci No. 2,
There Is no doubt Magulre has received 80 to 40j; No. 3, 25 to 30;. . Skunk, black 70
his just verdict, and it Is not probable be to 75:; thort-ttrlpe 40 to 50.; narrow s-rtpe
will be able to have a now trial or clemency 23 to 30:: broad 10 to 15c. Deer ikin 15 to
granted mm. 17c,
LaTia Msguire Is sentenced to be hanged
the exceptional beat, will long be remem
bered, and tow it appears probable tbat.'bt
present winter will be equally niemorab' for
tbe identity of It "col J snaps." II thert'f
there have not lesttd lone for three day at,
a time at trie uemi i oui ine temperature
was then lower than It bat bean for some
years But even if tbe present visit.lion
should lail fur any ) gth ol time, w have
tbe authority of M, K-nnu, a very letrn.d
Frenchman, to comlort us for the future.
From his observation he arrived at the con
elusion that.the extreme of cold weather are
encountered about eve'y fortieth 5ear, and
lie supports bis theory bv referring to the
winters of 17fl, 1"4!, 1789, 1830 aid 1870.
There poinu are taken from Karope only,
but the general l.te of climatology do not
differ to widely lu uiOVrent quarters of the
globe aa to deprive us of the hepa that, II he
it right, and hlsdocttlneapptlasapproximate
ly to America, we shall not be called upon
to endure an equal amount of shivering; for
many years lo come, For (be future,) ur
8lgnal Service Bureau will supply a mans ol
statistics, from which scientific men will be
enabled to formulate a generul law govern
log tbe variations of temperature tn every
octlon of the contlm l; but, lor tome lime
to come, wo shall be compelled to earcb tbe
records of tbe otbor side ol the Atlantic for
tbe most accurate statements ot the lowest
point reached by. the tbermometer.ln.lhe die
Ht. JLouIas Market.
Jinuary 13. h, 1879.
Wheal, No 2 red, 03.-; Corn, mixed No 2
at 29.-; OaU, N 2. 2-V; Kye, Nj. 2, 43;; Ct
tie, active, native ebipplng tteers, 1400 to 1,
550 lbs., $1 40 1 1 H (iU; lleht and lair, 1 050
to 1,250 lo.. 3 20 lo 4 00; butchers steers fair
U good 900 to 1.100 ib. $2 80 lo 3 0. Hogg,
easier and weaker, licht ehlooliiir S2 03 to
op the 2Stb ol next mnth.
The Indian Ilutehery.
IKrom the N. Y. Herald
Omaha, Neb,, Jin. . 0. Telegr.phio ad
vices received Irom Military Headquerterr,
Department ol the Platte, furnish details ol
the ploody affair at Camp Ko jinfon. Cp,
ivessel, who was Intrusted with ih duty of
trsntportlog tbe Chejenuis to Ft. Leaven
worth, states briefly. In a teWrani from
of the colored leglaUtore la ioutb Oarolaa
v tod for )lmptoD. .
Don. Oardeld Ir, by common content, re
garded at tbe strongest debater in the bout
Of Repretentutlvet. Hooker, of Miltippl,
Is the most polished orator. Eugene Hale,
of Maine, end S. 8. Cox, of New York, are
Me ready orators. Kelly, Elr and Cult
tenden are tbe flncinl orators. Gun. Banks
and ijlr, nf J"llo, are the authorities tin
ParlluientarjB6i i, 1 Springer Is th Irreprer--Ible
orator. K-riU ai,d Bayne, of Fennsyl
vanla, are te si! wit orators, and F of
Maine, Is op4 oI tb orators.
We are rfqtmled to give notice that there
will be a mdellnof the pro ecutlnjr attor
neys of tbe Biat ol Missouri, In JrAVnon
City, on tbe Mi 6f January, to consider the
needful chtnjre In the S.aie criminal code,
and mean lo promote Its uniform and more
(uccstslul administration. K. C. Times,
'A Jefferson City special to the 8c Louis
Star In tpeikiiftf of the State treasury sas It
will be found to be all right and (Very dollar
accounted tor. i It I ol oonrte short $W!,0(0
of tbe f5O60OC it. ttie Mtniu B.nk at the
time of Its tailor. Tbe sale of tbe water
bonds real xaO f 10.0,0.
Coi. BurbeS-vMda vry cent of the amount
in tbe Suite Nutional BaLk, at the time ol Its
lallure, good. Hi depualted $206 .000. the
lit loslalnaouf ol this, In th Treasury on
the last day of Uectmber. O i the fl:sl day
of January ibsre were. about $30, COO la war
rants, and these. because they were not pre
tented, unredeemed. Tie Treasury will
hereafter sod. for the next, two years pa
every warntit o It It drawn. Tnere it now
io tbe Treaiury over $400,000. with all clairut
against the Suite paid and liquidated. Tbir
never hapjersd before in tue history ol tbe
State. If tte (Jtll itol the Mattin Bat.kwnre
in tbe Treaiury tbe. balance cash on band tn
tbe 21 d.y of Jatiuaiy, 1S79, would sot he
less than $700,000. Colt. Uts and Bun.s
will make god the Manin Bank deBolt aqd
the Stale will not lose a dollar. Tbey may
want a, little) time.'howtvjr, in Vtbich to do
yea waot your bream takin away, go 10 a
leading and faihionable iUire and see some
larire-souled wnmar,, who will not ven count
th coot, or realigs the dlreconsrquencea, but
like somo martyr ef lb past who will bo
to th world tb object of hlf faith though
the heaven fall, the marches t the Cuuiler
telecu tba eotllle J iwals, and says, In tones
I For the Opo VaLtar Uaukkb
Too night bird's music", ia-ee. rnd clear;
Is over pictured not a leetle;
A search might prove to the enchanted ear,
T.-e habitation of a beetle.
And oft at night the sentinel,
Who. dra ng, dreams of distant battle;
Is routed In fright to bear the cry,
Of logins who have "nipped" the cattle.
At detrrt, mountain, rock and sand,
Oinprite Hie topographic features)
There's little left at my command,
Xioept lo paint the living creatures.
In point ol ecergy and Bnee, "
The Apaches are tte lirad trfr'n;
And so, In fairness I c.ramenCe,
To tell Jou fcometblDg of tb'e n-o-b l e rel
men) ' '
Each mountain chain contains a birr,
Of these marauding sons of thunder;
Who lorurlbow manage aed contrive,
To live upon muscle and t lander.
From towering crags tbey watch the route,
O'er wbicb a train ia slowly creeping,
And whh a wild blood curdling shout,
Across tbu detnrl ttey c-Jiue sweeping.
C ul'iiu-d in next
THhSUlNrToR 1879 .
From Our i-.
JkkfBo Cut, Jan 13. '78. We ar
rived at tin. plaoe last eve, 6 p. m., on pasting
. Locust . Mouqd tli much etmed old
friend's H. M. Blgbe, p. M.; Dr. Jordan,
P. M. at Hickory Hill and Judge C. Arnbold,
P. M. at Br.xlto all acknowledged tbe re.
ceipt of the Bskhbr," and g.v us glad and Camp Robinson, that th Indians broke out '"?ent,
u.VVj yungratu.euons on me jew Years en- tbe windows ol tbe room In which they w,re
terprlH! Also Wm. Lampklos School Cjm- confined at ten o'clock last night, and over-
.Uu0r, K.TB . greater eulogistio p.u. powelng the itu.rd. which had been doubled
.lit, n;..T5"P, areen,il",i' tra precaution, killed one seidier,
which we fa 1 to bav. language toexpretsour mortally wounded an other and irjured others
sal nsaliraw ft IS aa t sV ai II Aa.b&t If i .
""V , ;" " 10 ca' w'e Tbe Cheyenne In Some manner bad secreted
our irienas a few old revolvers, which were used. Tbe
.-. u,u. our arrival with cayalty Immediately rallied from the b.r
MftTnV I. i T" ' 00 ,rfel- k' ,be lD'V declined to surrender,
ltltlDlf UK rrflm All emeafMiAa ..I.T .111 It. I
v.rd;,. to.th. bMr: tei 'i10 lb klnin Mn Th oih-
our wearied bode lth. N..ir k " " t" cavalry pursuing. A later dls-
ihere wa, a large concou.f . ; P,cl, Uom uuU Jo,"1Mn "t C.pt,
WestelS It still out with cavalry In purtuit,
About forty bucks were killed, this nesrly
The Noblo KcdMan."
Yankton, Jau. 11. A spei Ul Irom the
Caejeuno Biver Agency on tbe Miatouri riv
er says two runners Irom Sitting BuhV camp
have just arrived and make the following re
port: Their camp Is now on a little river
near tbe United Slates bjundary. Twenty.
fire days ago tbey held.tbe lurgcst council
ever held by tbe bottlie, and decided to tend
out twolie runners, five to Standing Uock,
two tt Cbeteone, three lo Spotted Tall and
two to Bed Cloud. At representatives of the
host I a band which, belong to tbeie ageti
ciet, tbey say we are wl ling to ooiue In. and
surrender our bor.ti and arms and submit to
tbe sgnncy rules it are guaranteed protec
tion oy the govtrnment. Tbe traders In
Blititli America have used tjvery measure to
kep us there. If It bad not been for Ibex
we would have come In with Gen. Terry. A
council will b held here.to-morrow by tbe
it a large concourse of warm hearted
irletds, witn whom we pawed half hour lo a
most pleasant manner; toatt altar lo-st for
tbe old "Gray iCajcle" of the "Osage Valley
Banner," .Improvment of Osegu river, gravel
roada and Jefferson City, tbe capital of Mo.,
were all well end enthusiastically wined and
beared. Speaking ol Jeflorson City, It fills our
soul with Joy, when we rise to the summit
ol tbe "Maptonl l;"on which Geii'h J, L,
Smith, and H. Clay fwiog r side la their
beautifully and tastefully erected palaces,
nd lake a birds eye view ol ibe city, In
Which wo have resided near forty one
year; built upon seven hills fronting the
majestio Missouri river, like onto tbe renown.
d city of Kim. Many ol these bills were
covered with forest tember when wa orslknew
wem; now the flueei retidencei, State, Cjun
There wet a worthy little b. y
Whose name was Thomas Ilaod;
lie was as poor as poor can be
But be was very good.
There was another little b y
Whose name was Jonas Ladd,
And though bis father rolled iu wealth
Tbe boy wat ve-y bad.
When Christmas came and Santa Claus
Went boverinj; about.
Bad Jonas got bit till of tuck
Good Thomas went wlthou.
A young lady residing near Salem attempt
ea in commit suicide one dy (ait week, by
taking stricbnlne, but was saved by tbe time
ly arrival of a pby ticlan. It is supposed that
ahroKeo marriage engagement caused her to
commit the rash act. Balla Herald,
"Tbe girls of our day are very badly du-
caiea, said one ol the members ot a commit.
tee oo education to th B shop of Olousler.
lasts very true," retorted hi lordship;
'however, there's one consolation the boys
uever ana it out."
A I indicative or hnm . .....
.nt ,k.. a..u. .' . ... ".fo". auecnea
w.,.r 1UU..0 lu.iaings aaoro and resumption Is likely to be. the Washington
llfj their summits and slopee: wbon Star sivs: "The ii.dleiinn. .r .t,.L..;
w bum! .iih th. i. 1.1...K " ".. . .. . .. . . """"'"i
. an .viii p, urn niinui oa r.
nea ineee tills as pioneers, s icb as Judge
Miller, P.T. Miller. ShlT., W agoner, Du 1
Kolkmeyer, Oen'l Edwards, CapUKogeis,
Dr. T. Mathewa and many others ot later
date, who have grown up with us, tb feel
ing of happlue. Uattbrillsiur old frame
When w uiaet such, to thikeu.ndt and con
grutulaU eaoh other on tb advent of a Ne
Year, 19, taord fail to give aa expression ol
the euiotioat U our faahngt of Joy; the
Beereit w can oomtit It i.i u ik.,i. n..,
1 W www.,. UUU
ocs to rank at par In tb future, hot th.t
they are to be preferred lo gold."
President Hayes and bis wife go to church
simply dressed and without any "pomp of
circumstance," juany curious eyes follow
tbem, however, and many small tervloos are
offered. It Is cronlcled that on a recent Sua
day a gentleman eiltiftg beblud tb official
pew took out bit bankerchlef and carefully
orusnei me ram arops Jrom tbe Pf.denfs
He wat a clever printer man
Upon a ttob be tat,
And calmly itched the copy book
And gobblvd up tbe 1st,
Tb book w? swful lean that night,
Asd with H purpose naughty
He hemmed M hawed and slugged away,
And oere4 Hie all forty.
Hi herd the pagrrpbtst sayr
"A poem hsV I writ
Tb ' editor now scans It o'er,
Twill b hem In a bill"
Tb printer-man Joyed In his soul,
. Kit heart was sappy, ver
II i hemmed acd'hawed and slugged away
And si'Jerd all o merry.
Alat, (bat potm all so falr .
Come not hu'ttrirg in save
It climbed t?;e goldyn basket' ilm
And ioUid aa early grave.
B it still he oJsrd icj reJ on,
Nor tayed for this nor that,
Fo' who co tore ibe pribtur's loul
When tojering lor fatf
The paper went to prus, and still
Upon bis atixi! h ut
And hemmed and bswed and slugged t
A sojer.n' fo isl. , as away
for iba i'juumembU b'w-.Do ,Dd prty we C?X ColUr
ma tna.t ..ntv VT I
W. hTv. Z TLt .hi , etr . M"-3 h" "'""n '"'' o iho Mod-
ill - !IL d the plewur. of meeting ,rn Arg0, , whlcb , , ,h, . "
w th .wbet. Oflk.G.o'l Atseoibly.but ,Mn br.exe. o. the ii.nrv 8 ,u,h
aeCIeal J.,laJ!L " Lr'0?!: M ". known be,o and Hltio.l 'nUb9r 'er diamond, than
tlsoJIUl toMy Hum.
t. ii . ....
enia, my read?, 4,y, New Yo, k ...
the anguish of a i1v nnmn.ii. ...... v
-. , 1 wv v.Kiiu UJ
eommllteemau next week and the
whole) machine move onward la the way ol
making and nntpakluc laws for the dear peo
ple. The several candidates for V. S. Snate
with their frieods are kteplug ibiugt lively
Shout lb city.
By tbe time w write sgajn, bop tob
al to Interview member and others on the
martyr v. no tintiaily tnt their fate or whose
souls went out io their last despairing cry
"'i more j, au'i wnu'B cones lolay I re
blotching lo the lonely woods and dreary
twampt ol Louisiana, Mississippi and Sjulh
Tber will b five eolored Democrats In
the next Texan LeuUlature. Thar are two
ubJvU of Usage river Improvment and oolor,,1 "epubllcau in the Alabama L'gltla-
gravelroadA. tu ana
-.Th Warsaw Times ears the Article Uture contains
well a Lincoln, Ben to j county, bas provtl a w" seated by th Democrat io Hous over a
decided, luccess. Tb wster i; sweet, pur Dsaocrat. Tbey Toted lor Q .rdoa, as most
her own, or mora p:t lao, or Jonger train.
"Ull will IDS !H rill tb il.k aa ukA. .k.
cnanauier mi pful con trtt comes ouif
Suoj moment of (ieen humiliation puna j
sleeplos nights, snJ the next day results iu
bills tmt become as criminal lodlctraenu to
poor, over-worked men. Under tba Imnnlu,
of such trying scebet at tbeie, many a matron
has gone forth on Broadway with firs lips
nd eyes In whioli glowed inexorable Dur
on, of , hem hs. been .,fMt.d for pose, '. d plso. T p" ber ZTZ
theother. Th.Q.orgi. Leg,, fbat might U?m?1!X
alo two BDgr.K-s. one of whom th. .l . . . 'r"u,Dn( forward,
' - -- . . , . .1 V .Dull IU.L f t ) 1 1 1 Mill. .a . . .
uiii'aiuBe BOOUl UlS
Thort art many pUstt of hsrotsm, but if
Tbk Srx will be. printed every day durieg
tbe year to come. Its purposa and uieibod
will be the same as In the putt: To protect
al the news in a rnadtbl sbaps, an I to tell
tb truth though t!ohovens tall.
Tm r has been. Is, and Will ron'lnue lo
be iudepenOent of everybody and everything
Stve the Truth and its owo convictions of
oury. Toat Is the only policy which an honon
newspaper need bav. Tbitt It the policy
which has won lor this newspaper the con
fidence and friendship of a w dur constiluon
cy than was ever, enjoyed by any other
Tua Sum is the new- paper for tbe people,
It is not for the rich man against the puor
man, or for tbe poor man glost the rich
man, but It sw ks to do equal Justice to all in
teretts lu the community. It Is not the or
gan o any person, ola'S, sect or ptrtv. There
need be no mystery about Its Ijvesand hate.
Il I for ih i I oiina nitn tgtinst the rovuer-
every llm. It is lor the boneit Democrat at
agaiott the dishonest Republican, and for lb
boreit ltopuiic to aa against th dishonest
D moorat It does nt take its cu iroin thi
uttervnes or any p illtlo an or o'llltictl or.
ganlzttlon, I . gives Its support m r 'tirved
iy when mtm or measure, are in agreement
with tbe C institu'ion and with tbe principles
upon Wblub this Kipunlic was founded lor
the peonle. Wtienev- r the Constputio'i and
coos1 ttutional principle! are vi.Ufl m m
Ibe outrageous contpiracv of 180. by which
a man not Mleclaj ws llcel lu the nrel
deul s ( 01 ;e, wliere he still r mnlnt-lt speaks
out tor lua right. That Is Tiia Sd.m s IiI- ol
imlepunuenc". In tbla rttpict t"-ra will be
no eliaug. In lis prograniunt tor 137 9. .
1 ua MJ!1 bat fairly earned lb Ohtrlv hatred
Of raeraia, Iraudt, and bumbugt ol all torts
na a xis. 11 Hopes ro oeserve in.t bat ed
uut Ins in tbe jetr IS, 9; than in 1H7H, 177
or any year gone by Th ta' will con
tinue to shine on tbe wicked wild unmitigat-
While tbe Ictsons of tbe past should he
constantly kept before tbe people, Iu in
does not propose to make Itself In 1879 a
magrxine of atic ant history. It Is pi luted tor
in rueuaoa women ol to-aav. wnose cm cern
is chiefly with lbs Salra ol to-ray. It bas
both the disposition and tbe abilitv to alloid
it reader ibe promptest, fullcs', and mo t
accurate Intelligence ot whatever In ih wide
world I worth attention. To tl 1 1 end tbu
resources belot King to well-established proa
peftty will be liberally amploved.
Ibe present dlrp ntea oondition of parties
in Ibis countr . and tbe uncertainty of the
futan, lend an extraordinarv sitrn flcanca to
tba events ol the 'oming year. The d scu-
aions of tbe P'ss, th Ui bttet and acts of
Congress, and the movemeuu of lb leader
in everv section ol the Kcnuullu will hae .
diNH-t beating on tb Proldental e'ectlon ol
Jy an eteut Which fliuat btt regarded with
the most anxious Inteieal bv evert Datriotic
American, wuat ever hi political ideasol a'-
legianoe. To these elements of intxrest auav
he added the probability that tbe Democrats
will control both bouse ol Oongre-a. tbe In
creasing febleoess of the fraudulent Admin
istration, aud the spread and strengthening
everywhere of a healthy abborance of fraud
lo any form To pre.eut with accuracy and
clearness tbe exact situation in each of us
varying phases, ao1 to txpauno, acuording
to its well-known melbods, the principal,
that should guide us through the labyrinth,
will be an important part ot Tag Sum's work
We hsv tbe mesas ol making Thi Svs
at a political, a literary and a general newt-
paper, more entertaining- and more useful
than ever before; and we meaa to apply them
Our rate of subscription remain unchang
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of twenty-eight eolumt, the prlo by mall.
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1. W. ESULANP,
Publisher of Tun Bvtt, w York City.
B, A. Huppso,: Druggist, on High Street
keeps all kind of Medicine, Gomponadt,
TolleU, &8. ; . v
! Clly Drog BVore kept by Dr. T. Mathewa
at tbe Tennessee Home, the best of Medlcln
can r touna.
L. C. Lihman, Wbolasal and HeUll Mer.
chant at corner High and Jtrsoti Strtst,
; Dry Uoolt, Urocerles, Hardware,
iei ana iron at ooiiom prioee.
Dallmtyer A Co., Wboleaal and Befall
Merchant, keep in I -J-i quantities Dry
Uoodt, lirocer et and evejytlilnir for tta M
use of man or beast at bed rock pilce. vWV
A. J. Bbockly, keapt Uardware. hon,
Steel, pfrvet, Tlnwar, &o., at tb lowa-s
prcet. Call and 14 bim.
Neff House, bas line accommodations
for guest. vtrt. Davidson It tbe clerk.
Dr. W. A. Carry request a liberal
patronage Irom those of this section trading
la Jr. Cltj-Ue kocpt lb !Jfferson House."
L. O. Venoy, Blacksmith make and re.
pairs, wtgoa, plows, and doe general blat k
smithing Shop on Fulk irton Main 8 t.
F. W. GoeU, merchant, keeps all kinds
of dry gooda, groceries and provisional eo.
Main Bolivar, sis. v
Nest week will glvcVnrtber report fnrr''
GET THE BEST.
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warmly lnslortsotl y
Mollev, t George P. Marsh,
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Ezra Abbot, William T. Harris,
More thsn fifty College Preaidenti.
And the best Ameilran and European Schol-
WKUSTKR Is the Dictionary oed la Si
0 'V-rnment Printing tltnce.,, Aug., "7?.
12 very School and Family should have il fur
oon.r.nr naa and reference.
Ilt rawiLYhelp In mining ch'ldren tob.
rx'tti intelligent men an t women.
Hvrl ir later. . nd as on ll'th more
matter, iflan any otbr large Diclionaty,
The authorised authority In Cjur'sof Jo-
tic', tor the meaoing ol word..
ICtymologie snd drfimtlons far In advene
01 any otber D cttonarr.
it Commnded bv V. S.Cblrl JasUca Walte.
at "ine highest authority lordt Iniiious."
Ifjr 8 'Hnn't. recommen-'-'l hy State Srpt's
oi I.-5S -t s.and by floU 1 eg. Prett.
About ilU,to bav Uen r ao d In uh-
lla Cxii... bv Uw or by Sct..ol Odl ert.
CJjiilalnt ilooo Il'uttrationa. nearty three
limes as many as any oilier Di-ti'narv.
T ree p'c'ures of a ship, on pair 1751, Illus
trate theme, ning ol more than loo words.
N.le ol Webster's is Jtjo lime a great a
that of an nlh.r aeiv. r.1 ni..n...i
Is It not rightly cUlmd ihatWebstw'u
THE NATIONAL STANDARD?
HENRY W. BOSS,
BOOT ana SHOE
Frmawxtlt located in Tutcuinbla, good
malarial aud fit at rwnmnble prtutj, aod
all work WAKKANTKD.
Ca.h paid lor all kind of fur and bid.
IF" French Call BoU $8. -&,'.
Jp- Vmer an Call Boou $7.-4l
laTCoarse Boot fi 50 W
Repairing A Speciality.
Call and leave your order aod yon wliq I
save money aod have comlort.
YAJINEL AND i O JFAHD'S
A N D
CALIFORNIA - - MO.,
LSAVE3 Tuscumbla at t a. m. Tuesdsfi
Thursday and Saturday.
Leaves Calllornla at 6 a. U.a Kondat
Wednesday and Friday.
None but tb Veil of Covered backs will be
run. Sspress and otber packages carried.
Satisfaction and comlort to patssenjrflrt guar
Y.RNEL & HOWARD