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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 16 November 1876

ii.4J!!jijjU.mm.JLJlJ-Ma.MLLLimjL-'- my wjtawwmmiy..j OX HIS TIUCR. Over twenty yours ago (said Mr. "Whit mire, a detoetivo with wbom i reoenlly had an interview,) I was on the police force of .New Yoi k. One miuimcr niuclii, a few itiiiiuio- umI twelve, 1 w.i puciKg my beat in a quiet part ol U Mieol, wtien a man called out lrom aa second Btory window : "1 sa3 hir, arc you a policeman V "Yes," 1 replied. "What's the mat ter:" "1 heard a hoavy jar in Mr. Braoioy'.s bouo next door, ami he may bnvelallen ninl hin-f liiniMi'tf M i inti cumi: ill a liHV ........ ...... ... j--- . minutes jijo. It 1 were you I would riiijr the hell." I Mr firrulli'.l' W:!-. !1 WualtllV old hslulli'- lor who had lived entirdv u!i ne lor vmmi.,. in mi ..Id liisimii.fd funic liu-ts. 111.-, riches were the MihjVct ot ireqtiein a blow near the temple with i.is iist.sond jjosaip; and it wa-.-ai . mat in hi u.him.., ' 'g i'Jelfi across the room, where 1 to wnieii n- outsider wa ever dinilied, he kept a lare amo...

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. — 16 November 1876

uim The 8air.e Ceudy Journal. rHUKSDAY,"NOVM.BER 16, 1876. gsaeeaga ,n,vrcT.ra nimrnuiTiiiv. tr...,MM. Orr-Vram rear to year we bare boon ucromedtopausc incur dally imwuiU and J hirS:;;: Wm, oi.v iiravcra to the continuance thercd. We have, at this time, equal reason to be thankrul for His cou tia:uil protection and for many material blessings which His bounty has bestowed. In addition to these favors accorded to u-j, as individuals, we hate cspx ctal occnaion to cypress our hearty thanks to Almighty tict.tliitt.br His i)rovldence and guidance our gov trnmcut. established n century ago, has been enable I to mi Sill the rut-pose or "B foundii-s iu offering an twy luaitolhe iwoplcof eery race securing ciii ami icligiotis liberty to all wiihin its burden, and nuting cut in u cry inifividual alike, justice and equality be fore tin- law. Jt is, moreover, i&peciallr our duty to cflcr humble jinijen to the Father of AH Meicies for a continuance 01 Ills divine lavor to us as a uation am...

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. — 16 November 1876

I ISB. ..... T . i . 'PI... II nt-mc tni.,..!! I.. 1-J milp nillh DoOLtl6l.-Hl' Ulineilglll U lOSI. uunru lh(' Sallllft UUlHtV JOUrnil. ottoun, is one of the beat school buildings in tion day. a Setter do pup, about n0thsj state OF KANSAS, ) I - - I -t.t . ...!.: .. :.l. t;.-ntnrwl Knots. An- l!nrTTnr.11UXB. i UIU , nil l iv, nnii .-w. - j i - --- Administrator's Kotice. Til 0 its I) A V. NOVEMBER, 1G, 187G AimmifcruENTO Xursrry Stock r V Miri.s Lb-tot HHU UIi'Hm' County Adininl-trator'n Notice I W. ut'on flrand Etrii i .Ja , llo 1 & i'l' n. Kcvr AdxcrtiseinenU-a-o. V. Kiw!l& Co. LOCALS. 06:.HrSitz. T. II Terry. It T. WslHon. G. A Soiling. J. O HitBtonl. D It. Wv Staff. J. M Anderson. U. .T. Isw A. Uio Iasitt A UoTen. Mr. A. T. rT. 'urgent .t WH im Lltoulnh A V iraini D. &.I U Wht Imd Ober, Bnl & Wilson. Campbell, t-loin A'l hill 3Iarkliud, I) dac & Miv. tilt coiiniy. Mr.II.CDnvistnlk.of Mining a harnwslsto ill- name of Rodr Any porj-on re- ll jil'a Mure i ! i.! ...

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. — 16 November 1876

The Klcctornl College. When tho senate and tho house assem bled to count tho electoral vote, if any objection, no matter hv trivial, wus! made in regard to the vote in any utate, tho two bodies separated, and a vote without debate was taken. If cither of them supported tho objection tho vote of that stato was thrown out. lleeogntz in tho buicidal polity of this rule,l bat tled against it until it was finally repeal ed. 1 then introduced a bill providing that in tho event ot nrrobjeetion to the vote of any elate, that objection could only bo sustained by a confirmatory vote from both houses. For three yars I struggled to get this bill through, and it did pass tho senate twico. On the first occasion it was quashed by .Demo crats in tho South, but on tho Kceond, last winter, Senator Thurman, who had been its strongest advocate, from over caution moved that tho vote bo recon fiidered, and tho bill went to the wall. I was wearied with striving and said, 'Do as you will.' Just bcloro the ...

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. — 23 November 1876

Ill' intV S w B u ' 4 p T. 11 j' jT .v f . V f i ? K' P.- i !' J 3- gSgEtaw- TH2TH2EE FISHERS. ' ' ' i TlB faten Trent Rftllirff out into tho -wo, Out Jnto the we as the am rant rtoyr-i, Bach thought or thr vrom m ttwt loris! lilm the WSJ-. And the children s:ool vrdtcbii'.g them out or Uw town : For men must work nnd trr men must vrc-p. And there's Utile to Mini pml im.iy to -st'P. Though Uie harbor b.ir he moaning:. Three wlvts sat up In the liphthiiMc tower. And the trlniuii U tic lamps a- 'he miii went down, They looktxl at the tQtia.l itutl the' looted at the phowcr. .. , , And th night-rack cams rolling up niggcu ami brown: But men must wrrk and women must weep, Tho' ftoims be feiul ten and waters deep, And the haibor bar bu moaning. Three corpse lay out on the shlnlns sand?. In the raw-nun: Rlenm :w the tide went down; And the women wwe watching and wringing their hand For thoiie who will never conic back to the town. For men sniiet woik and woineii nuul weep, And the Soulier...

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. — 23 November 1876

V" ei;.-aefAta3tiggyjfta'ifta3wrg Tho Sa'ino Ceucty Journal 3 1132 a 2STsxsAfS. rHURSDAY.lfOVEMBER 23, IS76. Tfrv jMjmimw i m THAXESGITIXG rilOCMSMTIOX. TVAsniSRTOSt Oct. 20. l'rom year to year ivc hare born accustomed to junbc in oar daily pursuits and eet mmrt n time to offer our thanks to Almighty God for the spcciaF blessings he lias vouched to U3, with our prayers to the continuance thereof. We have, at this time, cjusl reason to be thankful for His con tinued protection find for many material blei9inga which His bounty has bestowed. In addition to these favors accorded to usuas Individuals, we have espec ial occasion to express our hearty thanks to Almighty God, that, by His providence and guidance onrgov mmni.i Mtnlilishnl n cent u IT niro. has been enable! In fulilll i!ic iinoseof its foumlcrs in offering an ny 1 era to Die xyile or e err race securing civil and rriigious llbi-rfv to all within its borders, and meting nut to every individual alike, juticc and equality be for...

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. — 23 November 1876

4- I L" T ', w. Y) rr j a. v " i ? I h: i il i . i ' M t S The Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 23, 1876 XDTKETISKMEXTS. Contest NoticeJohn King. LOCJLL9. car Beltz. T. II Terry. "Win. Hoover. K. T. Watson. G. A Solberg. J, O linn ford. D. U. Wapstnff. 3. H Anderfeon. G.J. Lay&IJro. Fassctt & Bo wen. Mrs. A. T. Grier. Lttowicn & Wittmann. Ober, Uoal & Wilson. Campbell , bloan ATnthill. Markland, Dode & Moore. Oysters ac Lay's. Roads in fine condition. Beautiful fiunny vatIor, Moonlight evenings again. Centennial oysters at Lay's. FnrS liaye been brought out. Children troubled with cold?. More new houses arc talked of. The coal business opens up lively. To-night at the free reading room. Men will now have time to smoke. Get your stylish suit? atSolberg's. Wild geese flv southward, gabbling. Money to loan at lyiscctt it Bowcn's. Subscriptions just rolling up rapidly. New pork barrels for sale at Watson's. You're another " Let's 'ave peace!'' New poik barr...

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. — 23 November 1876

V -ii s A Boj's Expmencc In Going to School. A fcurioua phaso of disease is that which attacks a bo on a any when ho particularly objects to going to school, ilo tells his mother, with tho confiding frankncHS peculiar to youth, that ho does not feel well this morning. Jio do-ibn't know what it is, but he is lamo in tho joints, his head aches, and ho doesn't feel ii bit good, lie moves about slow y, opculy refuses food, looks dejected, negligent, unhappy. Quite frequently he canbc heard to sigh. But in all his pain ho never forgets the clock. As time advances to tho hour which marks school timo his svstoms increase, lie doesn't pay a word about school to his mother. Ilo feels too dreadful, perhaps, to talk of such things. Ilo is certainty in a bad way. Ilis feigns increaso as the dreaded timo approaches, and the. plryhieal symp toms of decay becomes more and more manifest. But tho greatest suffering ho endures mentally. Fifteon minutes of thrtt lime, and nothing has b-.en said to him...

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. — 30 November 1876

i . I,,.. - wwEaegswiTiB'" - ''' niiiLi wjium '.njuijunmj jj j,. . If. 1 ""at5feW ' tTVTMlSKSSIYISO TURKEY. T It K SALINE COUNTY JOURNAL is published nratr TiiiresnAY, r HI. JJ. .0 Tj. J2. SAMVSOX AT SAUNA, KANSAS. OFFICE On Iran Avenue. thrw mt i the Tost OMa?. !M it -Va.lle.vn Inrin-fannr Ynnerr, Ami a radiance nuM .n shed From ench tree that lNc n tnimr Atn fenst stooil. Then wc ould, Our feint, too, fchall booh be jircad. Of pood ThanUgiving turkey." And nlrwidy sUll November Drain? herwinw Itiklehnrc. Fetch a Jog, then; cons the rubers Fill your hrji-U with old lirae c'acvt; Jleavin be thniikitl for one mor year, And our Thanksgiving turkey. Welcome, brothers all our i-rty athtrtHl lu the homcsU-ad old! tkkms oh suitscKtrnox J,'JnCy, one xrar 4 OneOniyr. ( month vne J-wpy, mrre rueu;u ShnVe the snow oIT, and with hearty ADVBRTISIXU KATS: Illse vouri ilatejvu'll hardh bob: " o'l good ThanUglving turki-j Hand iil.clinVf HflriteaWllV tile com; ijirii jiarun hoiu i Volume 6. SAXINA...

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. — 30 November 1876

A The Sato Ceunty JoBrnal. HIURSDAY.YOVEMBEU 30, 1876. TriTAXKSGIYISO-PltOCLASiTIOX7 "Wa'HIsctos, Oct. S3 From year to year we hare boon uccustcmed to paiihe in onr dally pnrouita nd sit apart 11 time to offer r thanks to Almighty Gjd lor the jpeeiul blessings lie has vouched to us, with tour prayers to. the continuance thereof. We have, ut this tirce, equal reason to be thankful for lib con tinued protection and for many material bleislncs which His bounty has bestowed. Iu addition to these favors accorded to us, ns individuals, wo have esp-c-lal occasion to cypress our hearty thanks to Almighty Cod, that, by His providence and guidance our cov .mmciit, established a century upo. has been enabled to lulflll theimrp'xeor "s founders in ouVrmjr an nfy J era to the people of every race securing ciul ami rcliRiotis liberty to all within its borders, mid metmg -ut to everv Individual alike. Justice and equality be fore the law. It Is, moreover, especially our duty to ofler bumble pravei...

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. — 30 November 1876

u v A r . ; i. r r O ' The Saline County Journal THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 30, 1876 ZSTg'vt To-Day. ADTEBTISEMESra. tirexy Btock T. U. Marlca. Worm Verniirtige-FIcmin? Br"8. Dissolution Not.ce tari'tnt & nillami. LOCALS. Oscar Sellz. T. H.Terry. It. T. Wotaon. G. A Solberg. J. CITanford. Misses Kellogg. J. M. Amler&on. G. J. Lav&Hro. Fnett & Howen. Itnickman & Co. J. C. Hash & Son. J. U. JlcUontgal. Mrs. A. T. Grlcr. WhicheBl & Seaman. S. II. Williams &3on. P. &.T. B Wliittlicad. Lltowlcli & Wittmauii. Obtir, liontl t Wilson. Campbell , feloun &TutlilIl. Marlxlttud, I) .Vc & Moore. Oysters :t Lay's. No school to-day. " Tliaiiksylviiig to-day. "A Centennial oy-ien-.it Lay's. OonciTt next riii-tl.iy nigt.v Tuiki-ys arc being l.ai vt-M-d. llo-Iery. at .J. C. Hash &. don's. Sirs. Catharine. W heary i very iick" Money to ioiui atFa-.-t-U & Buwen's. Four hundred Shawls at IJruckniaiis'. Xcw pork bailed for j.ih-at Walson's. Four hundred Sh...

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. — 30 November 1876

! p2U Colnc: OoartJcE. Ono of tho chief compensations of a woman's lot is found in tho fact that she doos not havo "to go n courting." It must bo confessed that, in theso daj's, tho modern bello does her sharo of tho wooing, but sho does not have to dress up in a stiff collar, and a pair of boots two sizes too small for her, and walk up to tho cannon's mouth ol her inamorata's family, consisting of a father and moth er, and grandmother, and maiden aunt, and half a dozen brothers and sisters, and inquire in a trombhng voico : "Is Miss Arabella at homo T' Whonevcr a man goos a courting ev erybody seems to know all about it. Jiis demeanor tells tho observant spec tator tho business ho is intent upon. Ho might just as well placard himself w.th tho legend, "I go a courting." Ev ery body is cognizant of it, and looks knowingly, and ask him if tho "northern lights wero out about one o'clock," and "how tho market is for keroseno up at Daddy Brown's," and a scOro of other question equally ou...

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. — 7 December 1876

pt I J J k ) Til 13- SALINE COUNTY JOURNAL IS rtfEMSHEU BV2RV TniTKSDAY, JIT dl . J) . t L . J2. SA JJ PS O y AT SALIVA, KANSAS. OKKICB Oh Iraa Ivvcoatt, tltrw Otmva. atu el the Vmt Office. TEIUIS OF SUBSCRIPTION": OBeViy, oncyyr fSrti OneOaty.3tYimBtM I ec One Vopy, tbree mwHto jo ADVHRTISIXG KATES : 1 WBK. I Mnvr. 3 M. MV.. 1 VKaK, What from the bcnutlftil spring can I clierlbh? fWhatjcan 1 cull fiom the a u mm it or fall? What can I glean lrin tl)u 'jemililul littrrcst? rirsisurc, or lriiBiUtui or luiu cruuulng ull? Only a gram Irom tliotlieavcsof the autumn, Only a bud Irom the summer's bright bloom, Only utie hour Iiom the whole -.oar of pl:uliio.s Snnuy and bright, tho' it iiw.uhcd m gloom. ITcavy mid iIik was the ban est I garnered, 'Fragrant and fair were the bud oI tne Irj", IIbii and Mttxt were the lionrd of the oummur Gliding so dreamily , builtly away. Golden lewards for this gleaning In childhood, frauds by Matter, notinhwI and funnel. All I would give lot theb-iut a!ic...

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. — 7 December 1876

1 r ' The Safes C&UEty Journal. 3 alia n 55Zr2.s. CIIURSDAY,DficEMBER 7, 1876. The Kansas Lcgislaturo meets the socond week in January. J The New YorlcIIcrald announces that Tweed has determined to disjniss all bis council and let the law take its course. Yesterday iho electors for President and Vice-President met in their respec tive stale capitals to cast their voto for thoso officers. Congress met last Monday. Samuel J. llandall was chosen Speaker, in place of Kerr, deceased. Garfield was tho Republican candidate. Tho Kansas Centennial building was 60ld on the 23d ultimo to Kcw Jersoy parties, and is to bo mado a "Kansas and Colorado hotel" on tho sea shoro. Tho prico paid was S00. Would it not have been better to have left tho build ing standing on the centennial grounds rather than sell it at that paltry sum ? Wo think so. it is claimed that a telegram wont over tho wires last evening which stated that tho Governor of Oregon (a Demo crat) had refused to issuo a commission t...

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. — 7 December 1876

5 At 6 I 7 'J k I 4 ! The Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, .DECEMBER, 7, 1876. "--' . -mu-j -as ZT-w Tc-Z)ay. AIVBimSMEX78. Christmas C. E. Libbcy. Ecientiac American Muna & Go. Weed Sewing Machine Company. JIagRzine, Weekly and Vazur Ilarper & Brothers. LOCALS. Oscar Scitz. S. M. rainier. It. T. Watsou. G. A. Solbcrg. J. O.IIaiiford. J. H. Anderson. G.J. Lav&nro. Tassett & Ho wen. Jtnickman & Co. J. C. Itanh&Son. Mrs. A. T. Grlcr. Whitehead & Seaman. T. &.J.U. Whitehead. , Litowich & Wittmann. Obcr, Bond & Wilson. Campbell, Sloan &Tuthill. Markland, Dodge & Moore. Oysters at Lay's. Poor Ilatma, he's tired. Fractional ctirrcncjr scarce. Court will close to-morrow. Centennial oj'stcrsat Lay's. The ponds are all frozen over Slcdcnberg's Key West Cigars. Turkeys suffered on Thursday. Clear cool weather all the time The best Tea at J. C. llash & Sou's. Dramatic entertainments talked of Band concert next Thursday night.,. Money to loan ...

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. — 7 December 1876

I . -7l OTSttiqgaMOoSgi.a'curaansvc Airs. Gard tier's Antc-Elcctlon Cartala Lccluro toiler William. Tiiat is my Placter. Ho called bunuv nirht (tins is from An IngeniousTnHier. Those Dcrdons who desiro to makei - SALINA BUSINESS CABDS. Well, 'Sir. Gardner, it is about timotho Danbury News) as hnd been his cus-, Mrs. Walsingham look gloomj-do so by j; AULiUNijii & W I lilliVI A INa for you to put in an appearance. Why I torn lor sovoral weeks. Alter they got referring to tho fact that her husband is,- pci.nA0 Toots iiifili't rnn onv nnt fill tr!it. M'hilo vmi I inrniliGi' nlono in tho n.irlnr ho nluckccLan inifcnious man. Wnlsimrharn. it an-: JlLUcS3. Jj.i3bcbbs JLiUCfcUL up hid courage to tho proper point and proposed to her, telling her of tho days when every thought was of her and hor but I'm only. Then ho Baid: 'Dearest, will you bo mine?" And she said : "I will." Then he caught her in his arms, and pressed her drooping face close to his yearning breast. lighter still ho drew...

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. — 14 December 1876

I' X Kt A ' ; v rwi jjjjuuuji i jea . LOVED BUT .OTHO.V. BY D. K. Listrac had never known otthor fath er or mother. Tho latter hud died soon after his birth, and ho had been brought up out of charity by some poor people. Ho gave oarly token of an eccentric char acter and a romantic imagination, and by tho time ho was sixteen, although unfit for any trado, ho bad read a great deal, and his memory was stored with a mass of undigested information. An old ac tor, who had lent him a fow old volumes of tho works of Voltaire, Ilacino, and Molicro, aavisod him to adopt a theatri cal carcor. "Tako my word for it," said tho old stager, "you are just tho lad Jo succeed in our profession. I was onco young and handsomo, liko yourself, and both irapassionod and talontcdj and my hfo was ono unbroken series of triumphs and delights only, unfortunately, ago carao soonor than desired, and tnt is tho reason why 1 am now poor. I had not tho aonso to mako hay while the sun shono, and I thought too much ...

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. — 14 December 1876

i 3RTSESOCSsa Cc irrto 1U kU'i'J V.'-liLCJ mURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 187G. .JWJWHH TUEATllB BvTUVM3fiS Since tho Brooklyn calamity, pcoplo begin to speculate upon tho remedy for the insufficient means o: egress, in our large theatres. Some propose this and , eomc that remedj'. J t is full tuno that' theatro proprietors were piling moro attention to this matter. .Let llicra bpond more of their monoy in tho ar rangement of tho ontrances and less in making tho "scenic effect" more power ful. CREHiriO.f A SUCCESS. Tho "vrindo .vloss palace of tho tomb" is likely to be robbed of its trcasuro in Pennsylvania by reason of tho success ful cremation of tho body of Baron dc l?alm, which took placo at Washington, in that State, a fow days ago. Wash ington (Pa.) people aro delighted over tho burning, and will for hygienic and benti mental purposes, proceed to burn up thoir relations as fabt as they "go up tho Bpout." BLUFFING WIDE. Wado Hampton is playing a "bluff game." He proposes that Wado Hamp ...

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. — 14 December 1876

I. H ' ;t ' M t The Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, DECEMBER, 14, 187G. ..i1. , aTGT7- To-Eay. ADVKBTISK1IEST3. Fruit Trees ;F. M'ahn. Drugs, etc. Oscar Soitz. Parker Gun I'aikrr Bros. Floral Guide James VIck. Prospectus Jfew Yoik Sun. Harness Shop Henry C. Davis. Scientific American Munn & Go. Weed Sewing Machine Company. List of Bills Allowed N'ov. 10-County List of Hills Allowed Dec. 2 County. List of Bills Allowed Dec. 9 County. Annual Report of County Clerk County. 2fev Adcrtisements Ceo. 1. Rowi.ll & Co. LOCALS. Oscar Sritz. S. if. Palmer. It. T. Watson. G. A. Solberg. Sargent & Bates. Henry C. Daris. G.J. Lay&Bro. Fassett A Bowcn. BnicVman & Co. J. C. Rash,! Son. Mrs. A. T. Grier. WhUeliead & Seaman. D. &.T. B. Whitehead. Litowicli.t Wittmann. Obcr, Bond & Wilson. Campbell, Sloan ATuthill. Markland, Dodge & Moore. , n fact everything jood and reliable in the a oonJtroceTy and provision line, go to Watson's. We are still here and will sell ...

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. — 14 December 1876

' 1 n ii rf " V-dSXfrigy FaT,.caggssgtra'aoifrg Two Soldiers cf an Old Wisconsin Kcclmer.t Uucartli $S9,0K) In Mississippi. t Tho Natchez (Miss.) JSew South rc- t Jules how two mysterious men camo to h , I:vtfhcz, prcccuueJ to :v point on bt. U-'Uuirine's Creek, and lnreu u negro to t dig a hole at tho foot of a largo cotton- wood tree. Ilo worked all night, and the New South ronorts results : t By 6 o'clock a considerable number of ! ppectntors had assembled at tho snot, I and their presence appeared to annoy tho strangers considerably, but did not in terfere with tho work. Tho hole had 13 this timo assumed considerable di mensions, being some eight feet deep, and several feet wido, when suddenly tho colored man struck his spado on flomo hard substance, which produced a gr.itmg noise, causing tho two whito men to becomo excited and somewhat nervous, as if tho objoet of their myster ious undertaking was about to bo con summated. They had apporantly struck tho looked-for ohjoct, but ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
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