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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 25 May 1876

cs M . X. jl.; te s h i? - I i f j; j I v I Is ? p!1. II . - I u l : II ir 1 f , 4 THE SALINE COUNTY JOURNAL IS PUBLISHED EVERY fHUIlSDAY, BY JU. JD. SAMJPSOJY, AT SALINA, KANSAS. OKFICn On R.inte Fo Avenue, two doors south ol the l'ost Ofllcc cornt-r. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One Copy, oncyenr $200 One Copy.slx months 1 w' One Cojiy, thrccmontlis ; 5 ADVERTISING RATES : IWkv.k. 1 Month. 3Mo, CMno. 1 Yeak. 1 poniirc.... $loo $'.') soo 7no inoo Xjonnrea.... 200 500 7 00 1000 K.00 2 sonnree.... 300 COO 1000 1500 2000 tiqimres.... 4 00 700 1200 18 00 2T.00 column.... 8 00 1000 2000 8000 .1000 I column.... 12 OS 2000 35 OH .WOO StfOO 1 column.... 20 00 3500 5000 SOOO 12000 Klglit lines or less or Nonpareil tyj)c constitntc a squiirc. . itcjrular advertisers will l chnrped fincen centu iwr line for locul notices an d all others twenty cents per ItiUs fr reRHlar ndvcrtistn? will be collected quar terly. "Where for a lea eriwl thun three months oay ment In advance will ucraiuircl. TIME TABL...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 25 May 1876

TVLiiMjLMjjjitjyscarwk Ilio Saline County Journal. ; TRURSDAY, MAY 25, 187G. XSX79QCRZ33V KDITOBIILITEH5. Tho number of visitors at the Cen tennial increases daity. Charles Francis Adams is to bo the Centennial Fourth .of July orator, Henry C. Bowon has been 'expelled from Plymouth church by aunaninmous vole. Privalo information f'ron Staunton, Va., is to tho effect thut Speaker Kerr is in hotter health. Tho Jlcpublican Stnto convention met at Topaka yestcrda'. No word con cerning its action has been received. S. S. Burdclt, owing to bad health, has resigned tho offico of Land Com miesoncr of the General Land office. Lettors for persons on the Centennial grounds at Philadelphia may be directed to "tho Contcnnial Branch Postoffico." Next to Stanley tho greatest traveller of the daj- is the Emperor of Erazil. Jlc has crossed the Continent twice in three or four weeks, and is now ofl' again for New Orleans. Jf there is any man who could go "around tho world in eight days" it is liis Ma...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 25 May 1876

1 M to n r t vu.r hum jm (fT.aegaB ?i f i! l i ft; li f I , Tlio Saline County Journal ": THURSDAY, MAY257l87U ADVERTISEMENTS. Ordinance Vo. ISO City. Dr. Lull. K. T. Wnteon. HmcUnun & Co. llowarUC. Kusli. 0. H. JlcOonisa!. Mrs. A. T. tiller. Jlrigs. & Gebh-trt. Clinrlea Jlolmqvist. Sargent Williiimfl. Ober, Komi & Wilbon. Litowich & Wittmann. Lemonade at L-3"s. Sweet potato plants, at Watson's. Shawls, at $1.23, at the New York Store. Lincoln, Ottawa and Saline county Heput lican delegates joined hands lovingly, and started on the Tuesd.ty train for the Topeka convention. Machine oil of all kinds, at ttriggs & Geb hart's". Tlie Democratic party of this county intends running n full county ticket. How many f Democrats there may be in Saline is unknown to anyone, unless to an Omniscient being who knoweth all things. Dry Goods. Dry Goods, Dry Goods new, nobby and cheap, at OP.i:t:, BOXD & "WILSON'S. Mud now reigns, Jcc Cream at Lay'?. What a wheat crop we'll ha...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 25 May 1876

V . Washington's Hcad-Quarlers at Scwburgft. As tho sloaruboat approaches tbo wharf at Ncwburgh, tho vo3'agcr beholds on tho southern verge of tho city a low hrnad-roofed houso, built of stone, with a flag-slaff near, and tbo grounds around jjnrnidhed with cannon. That id tho famous "Headquarters of Washington" during ono of tho most interesting per iods of tho war and at its close. Then the camp was graced bj tho prCBoncc of Mrs. V:iF,hin$rlon a irrcalcr nart of the H time, and tho cultivated wives of several of tho officers; and until n comparative ly few years ugo tbo remains oi tno oor dors around the beds of a littlo garden which Airs. Washington cultivated for amuscniGnt might bavo been seen in front of the mansion. That building, now tho property of tho Stato of .New York, is preserved in tho form it boro when Washington left it. Thero is tho famous room, wilt soven doors and ono window, which tho owner used for a parlor, and tho commander-in-chief lor a dining hall. In lhat ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 1 June 1876

J L i tt V y tc c v 4z . x . p it THE SALINE COUNTY JOURNAL 18 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY 21. X.& X. J2. 8A.MJPSOJY, AT SALIVA, KANSAS. OrFJCE On Sante Fa Avenue, two doors south oi the Tost Office corner. TERIS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One Copy, one year. f200 One Copy, elx months l oo One Copy, three months 50 ADVERTISING RATES : 1 Week 1 square.... $100 1 Month. S2.V) 5 00 600 700 10 00 20 00 35 00 3Mo, CMOS. Jfi 00 $7 00 700 1000 10 00 15 00 12 0(1 18 00 20 00 30 OO 35 00 SO 00 5000 coco 1 Yr.xv.. 910 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 MOO 80 00 12000 Siqunres.... 200 3 squares.... 3 00 4 squares.... 4 00 i column.... 8 00 column.... 12 0i 1 column.... 20 00 EiRht Hues or less of Xonparell type constitute a fq ii lire Krcularartvertlpers'will 1 charced fifteen cents per line for local notices an tl all others twenty cents per line Bills for regular advertising will he collected quar terly. 'Where for n lcs period than three montlis uny ment in advance will he required. TIME TABLE-K. P. R. R. T...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 1 June 1876

The Safe Gimty Journal 13 c lima. tffgrr.sn saa. THURSDAY,JUNE 1, 187C. EDITORIAL ITEMS. And now the have seen Boss Tweed in Australia. The Senate has decided that it has ju . risdietion in the Bolknap case. Commodoro Yanderbilt is seriously ' ill, and it is feared that ho cannot rc 1 cover. Grasshoppers are now bothering Spain. This business looks better when distributed around. It is said that two of Iho Kansas de legates to Cincinnati are for Bristow first choice. Who arc thoy ? President Grant's grandchild,the little one-year old son of Nellie Sartoris, died Buddenl in England, May 28d. Prince Arthur, one of Queen Victoria's numerous progeny, will shortly marry the daughter of the ox-King of Hano , vcr. Tho United States Circuit Court for Kansas will meet in Leavenworth on tho fifth of June. Judge Dilhon will preside. Tom. Scott offers to transport tho Kansas editors to Philadelphia and re turn free of charge. Ho wants tho "ex pedition" to start in Juno. 8Ir. G. W. Blaine, tho m...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 1 June 1876

T' U i, ' -M-' iniimiijLimM .'ijii-im The Saline County Journal THURSDAY, JUKE 1, 1876. 2STew To-X5ety. ADVERTISEMEXTS. TublicSalc E. l'onsse. MlsccHaneoii6-Geo. P. Rowcll & Co. Publication Notice David Beebe vs. John Owens. Sheriff's Sale Ruth M. Nlckci man tb. Amos Nick traian. LOCALS. n. Han. Fritz Wahn. X. J. Mc Vicar. Eruckman & Co. J. C. Kasli & Son. llrigge&Gebhart. Charles Ilolmqvist. The Commonwealth. Sargent & Williams. Ober, Bond & W'il6on. LItowich & Wiltmunn. Campbell, Sloant&Tuthill. Kansas Land and Immigrant Aasocutiou. Water subsidingk Court in session. Lave your tongue. Ice Cream at Lay's. Beautiful "shiny'' weather. Ice cold Lemonade at Lay's. Strong zephyrs on Tuesday. Sheet Music, at cost, at II. Hall's. Ladies' &ilk ties, at J. C Rash &, Son's. The Methodists are talking of a festival. Clearing out sale &t the New York Store. Millard Lowe is visiting friends in Salina. Quite a number ol strangers on our streets. New go...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 1 June 1876

How America Stands tiic Comparison. Thoughtful men and woraon droaded a comparison of Ihcir now country vth iho old nations of tho world, and now that they aro behind Jiuropo and tho East in but low particulars, and that in many rcspocls they aro in advanco of tho rest of the civilized world, no one can biamo them for "rejoicing with fjreat joj'." But not only in the pro ducts of this country and tho dexterity with which raw materials aro manufac tuied do tho American visitors to tho Centennial find causo for self-congratulation ; thoy aro justly proud also of the onorgy, tho untiring application, and tho unconquerablo pluck which tho Ameri can exhibitors havo displayed und are displaying in tho preparation of their departments. Ton days ago it seemed as if tho Americans would never bo rerofy, A great part of tho space allot ted to them was unoccupied, and tho rest was littcrod in all directions with boxes, barrols, bales and loose lumber of all kinds. Foreigners shook thoir heads a...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 8 June 1876

It L W w ft a'. 4 l I ' i 4 1 l 1 T II E .SALINE COUNTY JOUENAL IS PUBLISHED EVEIIY THURSDAY, BY Jil. JO. & L. B. SAMPSON, AT SAUNA, KANSAS. OKFICK On Snntr Fc Avenue, tiro doors south ot the loit Office corner. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : OncCoj)y, one yonr. 1200 OncCojiy, slxrnonlli9 " (l Onr Sojiy, three months 50 ADVERTISING RATES : i Wtr.K. 1 Month. 3Mn?. GMos. 1 Year 1 Pfinaro ....8100 $2 SO fSOO S700 J1000 i'jnuan-s . . 200 5 00 7 00 A 10 00 15 00 3 finuniTS.... 3 00 KM 10 0Cf 15 00 20 00 4 squares.... 4 00 7 00 1200 18 00 25 00 ' column.... 8 00 10 00 20 00 30 00 50 00 J column... 12 03 20 00 85 00 50 00 80 00 1 column. ..20 00 3J00 50 00 60 00 12000 KiRht Hnc3 or less .of Nonpareil type constitute a cnllMl'f. lU-snhir advertisers Trill bo cimrgcil fifteen cents per line lor local notices an il nil others twenty cents per Bills for regHlar advertising will be collected quar terly. "Where for a lent period than three months uay nient in advance will bereouircl. TIME TABLE-K. ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 8 June 1876

rauJLji'.i luB.'vwajB.mufiiaaitvBjaateteMe The Saline Ceufity Journal. 3ctUxii E3.ie3L6"iis. THURSDAY,JUNE 8, 187G. EDITORIAL ITEMS. 3frs. Uendcr has not been captured after all. Mr. Moody's sermons are said to be carefully prcparod and written out bo loro dolivered. The attendance at tbo Centennial Ex position is increasing, and the hopes of a financial success aro flattering. It is not considered probablo that Congress will adjourn beforo the middle of July. Thurlow Weed thinks Tildon will bo nominated at the St. Louis convction, and ho thinks Washburn likely to be the candidalo at Cincinnati. The Emperor and Empress of Brazil vistcd Mount Vernon and tho tomb of Washington last Friday, and were at Niagra Falls last Monday. Abdul Aziz, late sultan of Turko, is dead. Whether ho committed suicide or was inurderod, is a question for "an investigation committco" to determine Tbo nro at Quebec was under control at midnight, tho 30th inst. Tho num ber of houses destined was 700. Tbo peop...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 8 June 1876

i'l f I I' it I The Saline County Journal THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1876. - ADVEETISOIEXIS. Ordinance No 181 City, llnnlwnre Tresisin, Miller & Co. Administrators Notice Adams It. Head, rublication Kotlcu David Becbe B. John Owens. LOCALS. Oscar Scitz. ItUhnp & Grier. JlrucVman Co. Charles IIolnHjvist. Sargent & Williams. Ober, Bond & Wilson. Lltowich & Wittinann. NOTICE. As L. E. Sampson has become associated rritli me in the management of the Jouuxal, I desire that all tnone3' due this ofiice be paid in immediately. In case some accounts or long standing are not paid, 1 shall be compelled to leave them with a Justice of the I'eaee for collection. 31. D. SAMPSON. Ice Cream at Lay's. School closes next wcek."- Whcat is ripening very fast. "A Court adjourned last .Monday. Episcopal festival this evening- 71ie Smoky is seeking her proper levelX Closing out sale at the New York Store. A little eyc.-dust circulating on Tuesday. Clearing out sale at the New York Store. And st...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 8 June 1876

1 !! mjinrniwrTii Tirrni 11 11 ihtih 3idilj' Maloney's Cat. Maihcw Mnlonoy, better known by the boys at tho mill us "Pathcr Mat," on icturmng from work one evening, was met at the gale by Biddy, his "better half, in a high siato of excitement. " 2L:it," says she, "there's a fathrangc eat in the cabin." 'Cast her out, thin, an' don't be both crin' mo about tho baste." "Iu2r, :tu' Iv'o boon sthrivin' to do that same for tho matther o' tin minnits past, but sho'a jest boyant rao radio, bo hint tho big rid chtst in tho corner. Will yoz bo afthor holpin' mc to dhrivo her but, Mat?" "To bo suro I will; bad luck to tho consato she has for rao house; show her to mo, Biddy, till 1 tach her the respiet that's duo a mon in his own houso to bo takin' possession widout as much as by Tcr lave, the thafo o' tho world !" .Now Mat had a special antipathy for cats, and never let pass an opportunity to kill ono. This ho resolvo I to do in the present case, and instantly formed a plan for tho purpose. ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 15 June 1876

r ' 1 4 V I v I , ,. X C x THE SALINE COUNTY JOURNAL IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY M . J. X. i SAMPSON, AT SALLXA, KANSAS. OFFICE On Santo Fc Avenue, two doora eouth oi the Post Ollicc corner. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : OnoCupy, nnpycar 1200 OncCoiy,bixmoutlis 1 00 On Copy, three mouths 50 ADVERTISING RATES : 1 WKKJC. 1 squan- .. $1'X 2 4iinrctf. ... '2 00 S squares. ... 3 00 4 Squares. . . . 4 00 i column.. . K00 i column... 1-2 01 1 column 20 00 Klxlit Hiich or less 1 Jlovrn. 3Mn, GMos. $2 M $fi 00 87 00 5 00 7 00 JO 00 r.oo mm jr. oo 7 00 1200 18 00 10 00 20 00 30 00 20 00 3.1 00 50 00 33 00 50 00 fcO 00 1 Ykar. 91000 15 00 20 00 2.100 .10 00 80 00 12000 of Konjiareil tyjie constitute n square. lU-Kiilnriulverllf era will lo chargcil finccn rents jxr line lor local notices mid ull others twenty cents per line Hills for repwlar iulvcrtisln;r will he collected rjuar terly. Mlic-rc for a letn jiei iol tlun three months uay inent in advance will l.crconlred. TIME TABLE-K. P. R. R. Tli...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 15 June 1876

X I lie Saline Ceuaty Journal. THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 187G. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION, A Pt-locatp Convention olthe KcnuMicans of the Slnjpwf KnnsaS Wllibeln-WlD Kri)rcscntatUeIinil,in the city ofTonckn, on Wcdnt-siiiiy, the JGth ituy of August, A. 1) , I87G, ut the Iiouror2ii in , for the Mirpose of nominating candidiU-3 for the lollowing Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Secrctnrr of Plate, Ainlit r or fclnto, TrciMirer r Slate, .Attoirey Gcn tral, SiierintejHleiit or Public Instruction. One Asso-c-mtc Jiiotire of thcSunrcme Court, Five ".'residential J.Iecl rs, nnrt nbtnte Central Committee. All counties entitled to reUTsentatIou in the House or Kineitatives for Jb70, and no others, will lie en tilled to reiiresentation ttifcftid contention, as follows, to-wit: Ttt o delegates from each representative dis- Jt is recommended tbnt the primary meetings for the purpose of electing delegate to the State conten tion lirrein culled be held on Saturday, the ftth day of August, nt fetich houra...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 15 June 1876

r X-qjfiB&J-- .-"--;. mM The Saline County Journal THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1876. 2STC-V7- To-3Day. ADTOtTIBEUESTS. Notice C. E.Vuulkncr. Strayed or Stolen It. S. Clmmplin. LOCALS. Oscnr Scitz. p Whitehead A Seaman. v . Obcr, Bond i Wilson. J.Itowich & Wittmann. Kiuuas City Journal of Commerce. St. Louis, Kansas City & Northern Hallway. NOTICE. As L. E. Sampson has become associated with rue in the management of tho Journal, 1 desire that all money due this oflice be paid in immediately. In cue some accounts of long standing arc not paid, I shall be compelled to leave them with a Justice of the Peace for collection. M. D. SAMPSON. SNOW CREAM. Lemonade at Laj's. School closes to-day. . Court has adjourned. A dash of rain every day. Possibilities clear weather. Probabilities" local storuis." McthodNt festival this evening. Closing out ile at the New York Store. Dr. Nickles is dissecting Junction jaws. People watched the storm clouds anxiously. Whale Oil, at Oscar Scitz's. The ch...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 15 June 1876

prwrrra 1 Misconception. For somo time past it has been one of tho duties of ibo police officers of St. Louis to go to tho various houses on their respective beats, and ascertain tho size, etc., of tho hose used in sprinkling tho yards and streets. Out on Grand avenuo, ono of tho sturdy peelers had vvatchod a long timo at tho back yard of an aristocratic mansion to .try and ob tain tho necessary information from the servant, girl. But she didn't appear, and, finally, in a fit of desperation, the officor walked around to tho front door and rang. A moment later tho lady of the houso herself oponed tho door. This rather staggered tho officer, and without u word of preliminary explana tion ho touched his hat and led off with "Good morning,madatn ! I called to in quire what kind of hoso 3'on use?" "Sir ?" said tho astonished lady, grow ing auout a gaiter heel taller. 'Tes'm. Verv disagreeable to trouble you, but wo havo to mako theso inquir i cs, mum. Duty, you know." "Duty, indeed, sir....

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 22 June 1876

j '- ' !un.jmjj ! anw ii 1 1 mi n ii 1 1 iii i rrrrrrmm t t .,J''-1--' lOMraintvm r H i 1' , ) ill' LIFE-i KESOLTE. ET P. O'MIEA. "What is my life? is it outfit 'tut strire, With fcliailowa or j,-loom fonvcr o'ercast, And thu tlrcamv im:t. -8 rilttlng be'orc me so l'sut? I lool: through Hie year that arc fled, Ami Uiliik how llity tpud To tJiegn-nt unknown, With m-t or a g-m to stc:l Its lustre on ilaj et that arc Aowti. Oh! if tears could swoop 'the slwuloUR, that creep 53,111 c "'lout drvaiiw 01 mv dreaai-isick fcoult - TUoiiwcicl bht' lr my weary breast Would calmly reel Front Its earthly dole. . What is mv life? Is it otipht but trife? " Ah, no! Ah, no! y vi Fonthe fitlul iut, 'Ihfcu often o'citawt With shadows ol woe, lias many a priceless gom, wl pure, Thut bliufl e"r endure, X . f (To gladeu me here lielnv.'. " tTlidn. when my heart wcukl fafn I , X4veiiriipiiii v The lay that shall live no mvro. 1 ..uiU only dream OS nauti bliaslul gifHin, That lighted my iii With a wrl amit...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 22 June 1876

nn8BiKtwnMC3sria?Ba,ftr&jrtacJKa3i3oew 'Flm QolJon P.(?;rhr Tniirml tho bonost slatesraan, "tho Domocrat Ilie bailllO UeiHliy JOUIliai. beaier'-Kutherfbrd.B. Ilnycs. Tho lCTliaaf 3cx2xq. THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1S76. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. l'OK rJIKSIDKXT, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, Of Ohio. I'OU VICE-PIiKSIDENT, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, Officio York. IIEPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION". A IV'Irgalc Convention of the Ueimblicaiu of the tntc of Knn3H9 will be lielil in KeiircteiitatlclIullIin Hiccity of Tojit-kj, ou WVilnestlay, the IGlli ilay of August, A. P., 1S70, ut the hour of 2 11 m , for the purpose of nominating candidates lor the lollowing office, to-wlt. liorcrnor, Lieutenant-Governor, Secretary of Suite, Auilitorot stiitc, Tre. surer of State, Attorney Gen eral, SupiTiiitfiuient ol Public Instruction. One Asso ciate Justice of the Supreme Court, Five l'rcsi.lcntial Klertors, mill a State C- ntrnl Committee. All counties entitled to renreueiitation In the House ot Uepicsc'itathes for 1S...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 22 June 1876

!.'. JULMLft 'Jl? ' IV IfV The Saline County Journal THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1876. AI)VKnTlSEMES7S. Quarterly Kciort City. Onlinancc No. 182 City. Lands Kcston-ilto Market .Tolm V. Berks. LOCALS. C. E. Libber. It. T. Watson. Sargent & Williams. Obcr, Bouil& Wilson. Litowich & Wittmann. Campbell. Sloan & Tutnlll. NOTICE. As L. E. Sampson has become associated with mo in the management of the Jouhxal, I desire that all money due tltis ollice he paid in Immediately. Incase some accounts of long standing arc not paid, I shall be compelled to leave them with a Justice of the Peace for collection. M. D. SAMPSON. All the Fourth of July Com mittees to Meet at Wight & Car roll's Office to-morrow Evening S O'clock. Koads are rough. Lemonade at Lay's. Streitz up at Wallace. . Lots of " golden grain' P. Q. Bond gone to Ellis. Ice cold Lemonade at Lay's. The farmers wear chccrlul faces. An agreeable change in the weather. The 3d degree at Xo. GO Friday night. Hast been to the publ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 22 June 1876

WM vR'iirz3Hfc?3vavBa&vaiAii'U.'Cieajvjw'wUjr-'ia. jrjr.jnniaxiusmi 1'oKer antl I'olltlcs. ,. They wcro talking politics and play Frig bean poker, twenty beans for a quarter. Thcro were three of them, all Democrats, and for convenience wo will cull them Smith, Jones, and JiCbinson. Smith was dealer, and while ho was dealing the cards Jones and Kobsneon Avoro discussing the overwhelming cor ruption among the officials of the land, and shoving wrds up their sleeves. The curds being dealt, Jones, who sat noxt to tho dealer, passed, at tho samo time remarking : "As 1 was sayin', the fearful corruption which runs through every branch of tho public service is horrilying to ever' patriot , tho blush of shame mantles my cheek when I think of Grant, tho Pres idon of tho United States, lending him self to all kinds of thieving and robbery, and surrounding himself with a horde of blood-sucking robbers, who are drain ing tho very life-blood of tho people." "It's perfectly awful. I chip," sa...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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