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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 6 September 1878

"UNITED, WE STAND; DIVIDED, WE FALL." H VOL. I. ST. GEORGE, UTAH, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1878. HO. 7. I I POETS' CORNER. PIG IN THEPOT. "7OUNG Paddy McShane, sure no lad X could bo bolder, Coaxed Biddy McShae to be sharing his Now Pat'had a lively young pig on his shoulder, I And she on her head bore a big iron pot. From the town, just at nightfall, as home they were walking, Through a dark lonely thicket their winding path lay; Biddy sut down the pot, stopped laughing and talking, Paddy turned round and ax'd her the cause of delay. I'M "Och," said she, c,I'm afraid you'll be act- B ing uncivil, -M I'll not go alone through the thicket wid For Faddy, avick, you're as wild as the ;i divil ; j You'll be kissing and sqaziug me, that's I what you'll do.'' I "But the pig," replied Pat, "that Pvo lugg'd so securely, If loose, back to town like the divil he'll trot ; r- Och Paddy,'5 said she, as she .glanced up demurely, "Share an' couldn't ye's put the pig un der the pot V I TT is a fact, a...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 6 September 1878

B IIIWIIMMIMMWWW.ll II I I II I I II II H THE ST. GEORGE UNION. H j W, CARPENTER, - 'PUBLISHER H ST. GEOIge" UTAIl7SEPTrcri878. I PUBLISHER'S NOTICES. . G.P. Rowell & Co. 10 Spruce St New York, S. M. PettengilJ & Co. New York, Boston and Philadelphia and Edwin Alden, Cincinnati, O. M veriising Jl gents, are our authorized Agents to receive Advertisements for the EJjnion. Persons writing for our columns must sign their own name or initials, or use a nomdeplume and enclose their name with the communication, not for publication but a guarantee of good faith, otherwise they will not be published. TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS. Since we commenced the publica tioa of the Union our subscription H list has more than doubled, yet we H are still desirous of increasing the circulation. It costs but a trifle more, arter the type are set, to print two thousand than it does to print one thousand copies. If we had two mm " thousand circulation we could soon H afford to enlarge the Union and f...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 6 September 1878

I Commissioners, in fact every Office of profit in the Territory. What more do they want ? Simply the sack To accom plish their end no subterfuge is too low or mean. In the late election here one "lib eral" candidate made two attempts at fraud, but he was detected both times. The "Mormon" religion is the issue with Liberals; the Public Crib the pap they - , desire to suck. What other issue is there? ? None; simply none. Then as religionists as well as Citizens, we should contest ev ery inch of ground ; for all we shall ever fee is what we maintain in every honora le way. A Beaverite. $ ecfje 8L ffieorge SBtaiotu . St. George, Utah, Friday, Sept. G, 1878. l SOME XTIEIMIS. "ANE'S AMANG YE TAKIN NOTES-" u s If anybody fcnowB anything that we don't know, and they think we ought to know, "will they please to let us know ? l' St. George Stake Priesthood Meet- j); ing will convene in the Tabernacle on Friday 13th inst. at 5 p in ( Quarterly Conference for St George Stake will commence at 1...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 6 September 1878

The Deerfield (Mich.) Record of Aug 17 says ; 'Farmers have com menced ploughing for wheat.' Calculating from the yield of wheat 'which has been threshed in this vicinity it will average 25 bushels per acre. Beerjitld Record. New five dollar counterfeits on the Manufacturers' National Bank of Am sterdam are reported in circulation. Schenectady (N. Y.) Gazelle According to Mr. Wilford Lawson (in the House of Commons), 350,000 persons were talien up for drunken ness in England and Scotland last yean Ex, I Grain in sight in the States and Canada: Wheat, 5,686,000 bushels ; corn, 6,619,000 bushels ; oats, 1,419, 000 bushels; rye, 271,000 bushels; barley, 1,070,000 bushels. Ex. During a storm at Pottsville, Pa., August 17, a powder magazine on the outskirts of the city was struck by Hgfliiig.apd 1 ,100 kegs of powder ex ploded. The explosion was heard 1 eleven miles. Three persons were 1 killed outright and several were badly 1 injured. The loss of property is esli- I mated at $45,000. I...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 20 September 1878

I "UNITED, WE STAND ; DIVIDED, WE FALL." - I I VOL I. ST. GEORGE, UTAH, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1878 NO. 8. I ! , . '.. A BBSCaUi&SE. ' . By Prest. Joseph Gmith. being the fu neral sermon of elder King Folletfc j from the Millennial Star, (continued.) The mind or the intelligence which man possesses Is co-equal with God hirqoelf. I know that my testimony is true, hence when I talk to these mourners, what have they lost? their relatives and friends are only sepera ted from their bodies for a short sea 802: their spirits which existed with God have left the tabernacle of clay only for a little moment, as it were; and they now exist in a place where they converse together the same as we do on the earth. I am dwelling on the immortality of the spirit of man. It is logical to say that the intelligence of spirits is immortal, and yet that it had a begin ning ? The intelligence of spirits had no beginning, neither will it have an ond . That is -good logic. That which has a beginning may ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 20 September 1878

H THE ' ST. GEORGE UNION. BH ' MY, - -4r-w i i " ' ' M'TnV' n I I " " "" J, W.-CARPENTER, - PUBLISHER "H J jjuiu mr irn ' H v'tTgEORGE; UTAH7sEPTr207l878. I PUBLISHER'S NOTICES. G. P. Rowell & Co. 10 Spruce St .'. New York, S. M. Pettengill & Co. 4 ' " New York, Boston and Philadelphia, r" ''' ' and Hdwin Alden, Cincinnati, O. M vcrtiaing JIgents, arc our authorized AgentB to receive Advertisements for V - the Ukion. , : I" "' 1 1 " 1 1 "" " " HI wiy. ' " . . KINDNESS. o When we see a person ill-treated and kicked when they are down, and notevcn a kind word spoken to comfort :i and cheer their hearts, we feel to ! ; deeply sympathize with them and our '-- heart pours forth the, strain, '0 Lord -s--'v how long shall the poor and meek of the earth' suffer by being trampled ' ) -upon by the haughty !' The Lord is no 'respecter of persons, and looks on 1 ' all mankind alike, as long as they do i.-. i. right and keep His commandments. " ; " ' :"We should read good books, and ' st...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 20 September 1878

- i i nil I i I i i. - i i I in ii nil ii nrrir" imiimiirtrtnmw rmniii twfuwio v ,.. Sunday, Sept. 15, 10 a. m. . The Authorities, of the Church and ff. ' " retake were presen ted and sustained. . Prefit. Jacob Gates spoke but on account of his remarks being quite lengthy we . " have reserved thom'for next issue. Elder A. P, Hardy gave a good report of the Natives; said they need some . , risBistance io Bowing wheat this fall and ; they ought to have a few tools. Prepar ations arc being made to open a school for them and teach them how to read. Eider A. P. Hardy wn3 sustained a? Missionary to and Presiding Elder, over the Indians in this Stake. Four rep oris from Relief Societies read, which Were very favorable. Bp. George H. Croaby of Leeds. I have been highly edified. I have been encour aged by the reports and good talk. Our ' Sunday Schools are in a- good condition, '.. . and some of the children do not wish to be away. In speaking of the yellow fever, tlie passage was brought-to...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 20 September 1878

I r . . i- CLIPPINGS. j Getting started is half of the journey. ; Good deeds remain, all else perish. i Handsome is that handsome does ; Honesty is the best pollicy, t if a man once fall, all are ready, to t tread upon him, ( It costs more to revenge injuries than f to bear them I Jack iu office is a great man. fc7 c Jests like sweetmeats often have sour J sauce. Keep thy shop and thy Bhop will keep thoe. Keep good company and thou shall; be I of the number. 1 f Learn wisdom by the follies of others, i I - Let every tub stand on ito own bottom. I J" M Marry in your own religion. 1 . . ' Men apt to promise are apt to forget; ,v- jg-ever taunt with a past mistake. I - 'Never open the door to vice; One lie makes many, I . One may say too much even upon I ' : the best subject. ,r Plain dealing is more praised than 9 practised, i Precopts may lead but examples draw. I Quarreling dogs come halting home. I ... . Quick come, quick go. , Religion is the best armour, but the ,,- worst cloak. ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 4 October 1878

II ': , "UNITED, WE STAND j DIVIDED, WE FALL." I II 0U- ST. GEORGE, UTAH, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1878. ToTsT I i I POETS' CORNER. j HAVE COURAGE TO SAY NO. You're starting to-day on life's journey, Along on the high-way of life; You'll meet with a thousand temptations, Each city with evil is rife. jThis world is a stage of excitement, Thoro's danger wherever you go; But vylienyou are tempted in weakness, Have courage, my hoy, to say no ! , The Syren, s sweet song may allure you ; i Beware of her cunning and art: Whenever you see lier approaching, ,. , Be guarded and haste to depart. . The Billiard Saloons are inviting, Decked out in their tinsel and show ; You may be invited to enter, L Have courage, my boy, to Bay no ! vThe bright ruby wine may ba offered, A No matter how tempting it be, j. From poison that stinga like an adder, My boy, have courage to flee. , . The gambling halls are before you, , Their lights, how they dance to and fro : If you should be tempted to entor, .., Think t...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 4 October 1878

BgnraHHEpr r' . THE H ST. GEORGE UNION. J- W. CARPENTER, - PUBLISHER. HB "stTg EQRGE" UT AH, OCT. 4, im. I. PUBLISHER'S NOTICES. G.P. Rowell& Co. 10 Spruce St New York, S. M. Pettengill & Co. New York, Boston and Philadelphia, . and Edwin Alden, Cincinnati, O. M vertising JUgcnis, are our authorized Agents 10 receive Advertisements, for the Union. KrWANTED:-An . Apprentice to Learn the Printers' trade. For partic - ulars apply at this Office. . KrClean Cotton and Linen Paper Rags, delivered at (his office, will he . received on subscription to the UNION. . ftM in ' I SWEARING. Do ! What ! Hold on ! Be easy ! Don't get in a passion and. use rough .lan guage, simply because things do not move exactly as you would like them to. When you ore enraged, bite your tongue, and not let Buch vile expressions pass out of your mouth. "But," says one, (il can't help it. ; it must comk out 1 I know I ought not to say it, but I can'c hoUl it in any longer, "aftor being perplexed so much I "...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 4 October 1878

mm ; - ,; m St. George Precinct, Washington ! County, on the 30th day of September ;( A.' D, 107-8, before R. C. Lund, Cor- 1 oner of said County, upon the bodies i of W ? Tultlc and Jerry Sloan, there lying1 dead, by the Jurors whose nariies are hereto subscribed. The said Jurors, upon their oaths do say, that on the evening of the twenty-sixth . day of September, A, D. 1878, the persons above named came to their i death l?y gun shot wounds, felonously inflicted by persoi.s to these Jurors ; unknown. ' In testimony whereof the paid Ju rors have hereunto sekt their hands the -'day and year uforesaid. ' . Richard Bentley . Thomas H. Gardner, ' Frank. K, Bentley. 5 Attest; . Rob. C. Lund, , 'I:- Coroner. i ELEMENTS ENRAGED! ojo i Frightful LoBslof Life and Destruction of Property in the West Indies. ! . .. o$o New York, Sept. 22.-The recent storms in the West Indies, according V to letters received, did immense dam age. At Port-au Prince the govern ment works were entirely destroyed, ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 4 October 1878

Webster's Unabridged. HH 3000 Enjrrivlna j 1840 Pages Quarto. FOUR PAGES COLORED PLATES. Published -by G & C. M.BRRIAM, Spring fl f fl 1 1 H ' : 0,d, Mass. : " WARMLY INDORSED BY Bancroft, Prescott, fV George P. Marsh. H ' 1 JSn?ee,?e Ba-llc John G .WhiUior; l Willis, John G. Saxe, Elihu Burnt,- Daniel' Webster, LW Rutus Choaie,- H. Coleridge, ' wwW Mf"Tt "Horace Mann, "'Moro-flian FIFTY Collcdge Presidents, , Wm AM the best American and Europear Sohollars. '""W681"" 'is tho Dictionary used in thi BBBBBB Government Pri.' tin? Office." Aug 1877.'' 1? very School and Family should have it " for constant use and refererence. BB xUJHt family -hHp in training children to ff . .become intelligent men and women. fc.f.Sf6"1 yf later, and has one-fi;th more mmmM u -matter, than any other Dictionary. ' 1 f he author ed authority in Courts of Jus "cp, for ihe moa inoe rt-ords. . hW, typologies and definitions far in ad- oJJ.. vance of any other Dictionary. y iTn1lffin.'?e? l,y V- S Chief. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 18 October 1878

1 . " " 1 ...- ,. mm I . VOL i. ST. GEORGE, UTAH, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1878. NO. 10. I I j t . ' " i ; , rfgtaal orttg. ; , . , For the Union, " Bells, bolls, bells, bolls, What sweet strain their music tells Of golden days in the far away past ; Of youth's gay dreams, too bright to last ; Of the dearly loved homos of long ago, I . . kre fashion with, glitter, and tinsel, and show, With the many schemes, the artful device, Sought to cheat the foolish and nuzzle the wise: w ; ;. .Of the.clear sparkling streamlet; and flow :, . ery mead,' "Whose sweet lovoliness spoke of Heaven indeed : $ Of home's Sacred ties, of dearly loved JH friends, mm And all the joys swccV companionship j9jfl lends ; I MM The holy influence of the calm Sabbath JBB mom, JEM tf.- , Where Heaven seemed nearer, and new wmm thoughts Were born, mSM 1 As the Sabbath Bell calling, its notes WLm ; seem to say, HI s '' "Hasten, oh, hasten, while yet it Is day fl ' " And the sweet childish fancy that made it 3 , appear, 1...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 18 October 1878

H8BHHHH " THE """' f-. gmBBB ; qj " " ' " n' T """' f riV i ft--n 11' It' . . , PUBLISHER'S NOTICES. I tft; G.P. Rowell& Go. 10 Spruce St New York, S. M. PettengiU & Co I V''j:-New:-T6rk; Boston and Philadelphia j frr-and Edwin Alden.Cincinnati, O. Jld- ,3r, .. . vertising Agents, arc our authorized t j . Agents 10 receive Advertisements for ( : , OrWANTED: An Apprentice to I Learn' the Printers' trade: For partic- i :-r i i nlars apply at this Office. , . ''OrGlean Cotton and Linen Paper i , :yibU 'Rags, delivered at this office, will he i '7,J ' received on subscription to the UNION. SBhIH USING- TOBACCO. ESSm ivjm.'.'Tf . How many of our youth are seen HHv ow ,. -. r going along , the street smoking or bHBH chewing tobacco I "Well," some fljH MtU'A "wiU say, .cnot very many :" Of course HK& ; there, are not very many, but there jH ; are more than there should be ! and EBBHl h' ' we are sorrv see ihem spending BraK their money for shall we say it ? BBS Uni" , , Yes Wee...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 18 October 1878

T : j$ "" Continued from first page "f. ;VGhost attending it, is of no use; they ' are necessarily and inseperably con nected, A.n individual must be born ; of water and the spirit in order to get vfintd' the Jdogdom-oC rQod. In the Ger v man, the, iext bears me out the same as p the revelations which I have given apd; taught for the last fourteen years on that subject. I have the testimony to : "y put in their teeth. My testimony has been true all the time. You will find it in the 'declaration-of. John the Baptist. Reads,-from the German, John says, ' I baptize you with water ; but when . ; . Jesus comes, who has the power (or , ; keys), He shall administer the baptism ;!' of fire and the Holy "Ghost," Great God ! where is now the sectarian world 1 ' And if this testimony is true, they are all damned as clearly as anathema can doit., I know the text is true. I call :,' " upon all you Germans who know that : it is true to say, aye. Loud shouta " , of "aye." . s Alexander, Campbell, ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 18 October 1878

HHHf HBH Hi' GET THE BEST. 9f Unabridged. HH , 300.0 Engravings; 1840 Pagoa Quarto. nB four pages colored plates. Published by G & C. MERRIAM, Spring- field, Mass. AYAHMIiY INDORSED BY B Bancrot'r, rrescolt, BflH . Mottev. George P. Marsh, HHL! Fltz-G'ruenc Hallcck, John G. Whittier, flB N. P. Willis. John G. Saxe, HH Elihu 13 unit, Daniel Webster, flR RuCus Choate, H. Coleridge, HH Sinsrt, Horace Mann, H9R More than FIFTY Colledge Presidents, H And the host American and European HHj Schollare. flflB Webster '"is the Dictionary used in the HM: Government PiiiituigOflice." Aug 1S77. H "El very School and Family should have it HB; j for constant use and refereronce. EH' $ CHt family help in training children to Hflh xt become intelligent men and women. H everal years later, and has one-fifth more matter, than any other Dictionary. flH. - fj he authorized authority iii Courts of Jus- H 1 tice, for he meat.ir.g oC words. I V tymolosica mid definitions far m ad- jU vauc of any other ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 2 November 1878

I, " rLj nji. ''"l"" "7 V "DKITED, WE STAND j DIVIDED, BfE FiALL,' ' ' " " "'a I : : gvL': r ,,ir S. GEORGE, UTAH, SATUbOAY, HOVEWIBEB 2,1878. ' I -; POETS' CORNER. , two pictures. . I Be fore Marriage. - ' j .My Maggie, my beautiful darling '' ' Cre'ep ihto my arms, my sweet,. ! ;. . Le? me fold you again to my bosom, . So-clpse Lean hearryour heartbeat. WhYt! theso-liltTe1 fingers been sewin'gl ',' ' One-s pricked by the: needle, l.seej , . These-hand shall b.e.kept from such.lobor When once they arc giyen . to nie. ' All mine, Utile pot-, I will shield. you! From trouble and Jabor. and care ' I will robe you like some fair princess,' And jewels shall gleam in your liair. Those. clippers you gave me are perfect, That dressing-gown fits like a T, My darling, I wonder that Heave;i .. . .Shoulc give ruV.1i a treasure to me. Eight -nine-ten eleven, ! . my precious I Time ,fliesp when I am with y.ou'j J -i. It seemsibut a. moment I've bedn here, (And noWjWiuoiI !say it? A d i e u ! ' -...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 2 November 1878

I bt Hi r 1 : : : a ..THE- - ST- GEORGE UNION, f i..ff. ...Sl.f... .1 .;. . H.i .'IK. Carpenter, Editor Proprietor. If . ST. GEORGE, UTAH, NOV. 2, 1878, , I! PUBLISHER'S NOTICES, f , " G.P. Rowell& Co. J.0 Spruce St j f ' New York, S. M. PettengM & Co. i ' New York, Boston and Philadelphia, ' and Edwin Alden, Cincinnati, O. M- ' vcriising Jl gents, arc our authorized ' 5 Agents to receive Advertisements for IB! 1 tho Union. H f:f, (feSrWANTBDi An Apprentice to I HE ) lf ' Learn the Printers' trade. For partic- : '' ulara apply at this Office. 4 (KrClean Cotton and Linen Paper . llas, delivered at this office, will he H received on subscription to the UNION.- I . People's Ticket. 1 t ' ' ;. FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS: 1;' J&eorge 1. Cannon .' . ' COUNTS OFFICERS. - . Prosecuting Attorney; j!:u E. G. WOOLLEY. . . . Suxveyor : "I "' JOHN M. MACFAIILANE. IftK . '-, THE COMING ELECTION '. 5o si' .v . $ jL :: Mistakes do occur sometimes with ! d -J tfce j,est of men, and it was ...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 2 November 1878

. .... , n -, - "mi - 1 mi A ; . ' av , AN ECCENTRIC CLERGYMAN. if ' " .It is nearjy 21 years since father . f? ' '" .Newell,-ns lie whs called, happened to t- . , ' be in Charleston, S. 0. during the pas toral vacation, and. was invited to &.S ' i preach. in, the old Circular Church, "jjff j ' ' m " then as venerable as St. Michels. The ?i v'; ! committee had heard of him and his -eccentricities, in which he rivaled Lo ?;, k ' . renzo Dow, and resolved to give him i a hint on the Sabbath. They did so, saying that he must not forget that he 4 was in the great city of Charleston, and was to preach in a very fine fv, Church, to a v,ery refined audience. (r There was an ominous smile as he said he would remember. Service commenced, and hymn and (prayer were not much out of the cora- - mon, save with more power in them, . and the committee on pulpit supply! . began to breathe freely, and to use their fans and handkerchiefs. , It was time to preach and old New , t: ell got up. He loo...

Publication Title: Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The union. — 2 November 1878

t f " 111 1 ii ii mi iniiMiiTi ii . s OET THE - BEST. ; 3000 Engravings; 1840 Pages Quarto.. FOUR PAGES COLORED PLATES. " Published by.,G, &.C,. MEflRIAM, Sprjng-1 , S .7 H A h "I Mn (- y ' WARMLY IKUORSIfiD BY- j ylancVoft, : - ' j ; f . PrescoU, , : 'Motley, George P. Marsh; FiJz-GreeneSallcclr-, 'Johh'G, Whiitier, N. P. -Willis, - - - John G. Saxe,' , ... . -El,ihu Bur.rit, "k j Daniel. A$ebetery ' RufusChdate,iWU "H. .Coleridge, i Smart, Horace fiiann, More than FIFTY Colledge Presidents, : And . tlio best American and .Europear ; Scholars. 1 .... "Ifebsler "is the Dictionary used in the GovernmcntPrit.ting Office." Aug 1877 P very School and, Family shoujd have il ' '. J: .for constant use ;and refererence. " );et fAmiety help in .training children .to ' ' "D 'becorne intelligent men bad women. .-. . ' 0 everal years later, and has one-fifth more W matter. than any other Dictionary.. . t fl he authored authority in Courts of Jus- i ,ticefp ilip fticating o v:brdS V tymploti...

Publication Title: Union, The
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