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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 21 December 1876

i ii i r i 11 i in r mi n i niHi J I V J X LINKS TO TUE TAST. "Alien the flrst iiiks Wash of youth has ranlshcd, With its chunging hue ot hopes unil fears; When nil memories ol the past seem 1j.iuU1k.-J, I$y the ahailow of MiccectliuR jreara. When the lovinc heart, becoming coltler, Loses much ol wonted fuith ami tru&t: When, too, borrow cl.iy by dtiyziowa older, llalfiorgotten lies trodden m the dust, How at such time will some little token, Drawn by chance from some lousr-forgotten nook Mnj hap but a flower all cruslml and broken Lying hid in some once h'l lshed book, Stlrnimln the ler heart to sadness. Itotue once mure the memories of the past, Bringing mingled thoughts orgricf aud gladness, v hlsptmig of the lwi en found at last. Till at length from past to present waking, Ouce Hgaiu peeps fortli a hopelul beam; As full oit the sun, through dull clouds breaking, Tints the autumn lands with ruddj gleam PLNX CORALS. BY EMMA GARRISON JONES. Janot stood by the glow of tho Sep te...

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. — 21 December 1876

KSSsa&SiatnynmSi i,tuwv.rsuinjri 1: 0 l-V-x Pr'trlxr T- iI I iCCIDESTOMIIEKAXSAs'rACIFIC. I of life, etc. Thcso commissions arc on- j I f!6 o'dUHO -UtUtt) JOUlhcH. j -vhilo the Kansas Pacific express train, ! ly to be filled oat by you after admmis- J SaUnn.iius. wming cast lhis morning, was running term? the oath prescribed in special or-, .- , ., c u der 2o. J, and arc not to go out ol 3-our rarRSDAy,WBCJ2MBEU21,l8ifl. ovciratresile, four miles cast of llays,hand8 0 not fai t0 fend dailv re-! MISCELLANEOUS ADYS. C. E. MEADE & SON. CITY MEAT MARKETS SaszXa, 2F" a-ro2ixs.o In the City Hotel Building, illSCELLANEOTJS ADYS. OBER, BOND & WILSONS GRAND ENTERPRISE. TH. STRE1TZ, Ps?acSical O-unsxnilh; GRAND ENTERPRISE!! :-3i lamMmiaCtiiiXtf JL-Iia- m W M MMM - MM.m Cil-, a truck of the tender broke down, pjrts of progress in enlistments, with SALTS' A, KAKSAS Bon mil, who thoroughly understands passenger cars were precipitated into the j' l,I ho temper of the Southern people a...

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. — 21 December 1876

J V :i i- i: rt T 1 J 0111 Hal. The sa me uotintv .,r, . ,,- nnnnifmn ol ion' XIlUKbUAI, XJXKjXUiXliXuii, -ii, ioiu. ,.. X D VEUTISHM KSTS. Quarterly Iti'iiort 'Jity, Onlliuuice No. 1S9 City. Ordinance Xo. 1!)0 City. OnUimnccXo l'Jl-Citv. .Administrator's Notict I. JI Bersutst, LOCALS. Ossnr Si-IIr.. Pacific House. v , It. T. Watson. G. A. Solberg. ) Mrjent & Hates. Henry O. DaTis. O.J. r.av.t!!ro. " 1'' Fsuwtt & Uowen. - -. Jlruckinnn & Co. i J ' '. J. n. McGonlgrtl. " .' ' "' J. C. Kiisli&Son. Culp .t WicKlinm. " JlM. A. T. (Jrier. O. I. Meade & Son. Whi'clifiul & Seamiiii. I). &.l. It. WliiUlieail. J.Uowlch & Wittlliiillii. Ober, I'oixl & Wilson. Cmnj)boll , Sloan .tTutliill. Mnrkland, Dodge & Moore. Kansas I'acinc Kaihvay, Land Department. Sargent & Bates. Ojstcrs at Lay's. . Christmas next Monday. Boys go skating evenings. T Centennial 03-stcrs.1t Lay's. Mr. C. W. Tressin is very sick. Several runaways the past week. C Ladies' Underwa...

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. — 21 December 1876

tp m oc. jreaa rtaaanmart.in.-,. .. AUCTIU ADVENTURES. Br. Van tier HorcR's Journey to the Sirltz- scrscii Seas Trarel Bcjoiid Hit folar Circle. At a mooting of the Geographical soci ety in Xcw York, on the evening of the 29th tilt., Mr. Alexander Utimbolt Yan der ilorclc read a paper giving an ac count of a journey to the Spitsbergen sea? as agent of several of the learned societies of Berlin. The- following is an abstract of the principal events of the voyage : "Wc left ram berg by steamer early in the summer, following the Norwegian coasts across the- Arctic rirclo to ilam inerfest, the most northerly town on the globo, whero our ship, chartered for the purpose, awaited us. Yvc had, however, procured en route our final supplies at Bergen, that neat little town, warmed bj' tho Gulf stream whose fjord juts into the North sea. The wild and beautiful scenery of that jagged Norwegian coast, with its bold, rock' outline, impressed us deeplj ; but I will not detain you with a descriptio...

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. — 28 December 1876

- . I fv c Maanon JAMJAttT. . O Whjtcrl Frozen pulse-and heart of flrel What loss Is thein) who from thy kingdom turn DUmm-cd. and mink thy snow a srulptnntt urn Ofdfuili! Far sooner in midaursnit-r lire The stn-nms than uniler ice. June couM not UIro fitT roues to forego t je btrcngtli Ihey leurn In sleeping on thy breHt So II ret ;tm burn The bridge thou dost lay where men desiie lnTuIn lobuilJ. O Heart, when love's 6iin jfoea To norihwanl. anil tlie sounds olshiiii;ce.i3e, Ecji warm by inner 11 res, and rent in eace. 51cei on content as Mees the patient ro.e. Walk boldly on the while untrodden snows. TliB w Inter tt the winter's own release! TI1E5EW RANDOLPH. y A" wPJJ4 Til E SALINE COUNTY jnnRWAr r is nrausnrD evert tiiv iwdav, ct 1 21. J. C L. B. SAJIl'SO y j AT SALIXA, KANSAS. BY CAPT. CHARLES HOWARD. CHAPTER I. "What do you think of tho Randolph, Catherine?" "Tho new Randolph ?" and Catherine Knight laughed at her emphasis. "J have not seen much of him, as yet. Somo poopie ar...

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. — 28 December 1876

-. . ... t,.., . n rfiw mk''mv - i.(Vt' - - r ,- - t;Vl,..7.fiJ--. .-ri. , , , . , i . ... - m -arnTT - unpads aracJBcagq The Sae Ce&dy Journal. Xixs EDI70UI IL ITKilS. Col. S. N. Wood, was in the smash upj THE CATHOLIC FAIR. were well provided for, and big ones too. A human life, I think should bo well iTho U.S. Receiver received an infernal .rooted in some snot of a native iand- OBER, BOSD & WILSONS GRAND ENTERPRISE. on the lv. P. road, near Hays C VilUKSDAY, DECEMBI3K 23,1878. I Thursday night. TTrrrrr'SEssHy The Sunreme Court of Florida has or- ,;,,. ' .. . .. , . ., , ,, n.,i- fi,n machine and retreated immediately to ' where it mav get the love of lender kin- , on vst has Happened 2t the Hall Ddrl.iS lac , h Th.,t uaoM nQt exnlode and M for lno-faJe of carlhf for lh(J hlborj -tJrasi tfccK, as delated .jjt the Bill) linzar. gL!lUer the good Keceiver all around, 'men go forth to, lor tho sounds and ac- A CUOD hGaiXATiOH. ' dercd the State Board of Canvassers to -Thff Kan...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 28 December 1876

-AW-m !-..-, , .-. ?. &S i.S? M KK - (V The Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, DECEMBER, 28, 187G. II )) "' m r "ETc-st- To-Z3o,-y. LOCAL. Oscar Seitz. G. A. Solbcrg. Wight & Carroll. urgent & liatea. '"J Henry O. Davis. &-. G.J. Lav&Bro. Kasjctt i Bowcn. Mrs. A. T. Grler. l'hc Commonweal tfi. ) ' Whi'ehencl & Seaman. '- J). A J. B. Whitehead. Lltowicli & Witlmnuii. Ober, iioud & Wilson. Campbell , Sloan Jt'l'iithill. Maryland, Dodge &. Muore. Kans:is K-cillcJUilwuv, Land Department. tiargcu: & Bates. Oysters at Lay's. Happy new year !"7v Cisterns arc getting dry ."4 Centennial oysters at Lay's. Runaways a common occurrence.. Fresh liah in the markets last week. Money to loan at Fassett & Bowen's. New clothing this week at Sargent & Bates' Live hogs wanted, at Ober, Bond & Wilson's Ten-pins amused the boys on Christmas dnyw Sargent & Bates did it with their low prices The "week of prayer" commences next Sun-l uay. Horse for sale ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 28 December 1876

I waeseKCTKMvaaszsasia Fcsliions fur Lndics. A dross that comes homo with only forty-eight buttons is not expected to be a success; tho proper number is sixty five. A. small cushion of pale pink plush is worn on ono side of the head. It sug gest that turbans might thus be grad ually introduced. Pocket handkerchiefs arc worked with colored silks, and represent knight in armor or scenes from Cervantes or Shakspoarc. Figures aro also worked at tho corner of linen sets for cnfls and collars. Uoselts on shoes aro worn on tho side and near the ankle, instead of the front This has been accountod for by a French man as necessar3r to leave room for tho pressure of a loving foot under tho ta bic. Largo shawls aro hkclj to come again in use. So mo elegantly draped ones have already been seen at the theatres and iu carriages. Shawls have been so long out of fashion, with tho exception of camel-hair articles, that even tho idea of their ever being in favor again had been abandoned. Tho most fash...

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. — 4 January 1877

.aswwr f&jL JtCclL f4td lcT-t&ot& 3&e6: ttrrnrpftiitisiJtssMmf """ LINKS TO THE TAST. When thcilrst iipeMushof youth lms-ran'slied, With Itt dunging line ot hojies and tears; When all memories ol tin pihl urem l:mtsUed, Iiytlia shadow-of succeeding ji-ars When this lovmz heart, becoming colder, Loses much oJ wonted Imtli ami trust; 7tien, to. torrow day by d.iyirrown older, II.iU lor-ittwi lies trodden in lliudiut, How "t tiich time will aoice little token, Drawn by clismce Irom some lonfr-fbrotton nodU Uayliuj) but u Uuwer ygl cnfeiu-d and broken l.yii'g hid in tamo once clivi Ialied bout, Stir again the icy heart to sadnc&s, lJou.se once m -re the memor!r3 of the past. Bringing mingled thoughts of giief and gladness, Mliislicnns- ot the lui en found at last. Till at length irum past to prebent waking, Once tigjin pctjis toith a hopeliil biain; As lull ott the sun, through dull cloud- breaking, Tints the autumn lauds with ruddj gleam THE PHA.MOU LIGHT. It was ub...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 4 January 1877

I ,i3Umfiruuvm.mbj.n. The Safe Ccttty Journal. rHURSDAYTjANUAKY, 4. 1877. srxsxgu i fin im 1 1 i cm i wm. ujh THE CATHOLIC FAIR. Wtct lias Happened at Hie UaSl During the EastUeeK, as Related by the Dally Bazar. EDITORIAL 1TEHS. Moody and Sankey closed their Chi cago revival meetings on Sunday last, and begin in Boston on Now Year's day. Wo aro under obligations to Gov. Os born for a copy of tho report of the pro ceedings of tho convention ol Governors Eighth tuning. "All the village train from labor Of course the "niggers" had everything FetlicrTcmBnrke's Oratory. their own way for awhile. P. Q. Bond, Father Tom Burke ascends the pulpit a true Irish gentleman, representing lhojstaIrg wjln a slow tund heavy step to make you supremely "happy. the shillalah "like b.'azes." wa2. and his charity and humanity must feel that Geis were "Dimicracks'and had the tra-1 be is more than man in ditional platform with em ino votinji wciii on anu in and in 'em. himself the agonies of Christ in his ...

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. — 4 January 1877

Tlio Saline County Journal. THORSDAY, JANUARY, 4, 1877. ADVKRTJSKMKSTS. Real EstatcAgency John W. licrks. Gr.niu Commission Powers, Lynde & Co. Attointj a at Law Mofclcr & Cunnnlngham. Publication Notice Ellen Murphy v C. Murphy. Publication Notice Jones & Walton vs. The Kansas City Agricultural Iranli-mcntCo. LOCALS. OscRrSritz. G. A. Solberg. WiRht& Carroll. Henry C. Davis. G. J. Lav AUro. Fiuuett JtBowcu. Mrs. A. T. GrJer. The Commonwealth. Lltovvich & Wittmaun. Ober, Bond & Wilson. , ' Campbell, bloan & Tuthill. Maryland, Dodge i Moore. Oysters lit Lay's. Fish market overstocked. Jleautllul winter weather. Centennial oysters at Lay's. Sleigh-ridcs have been abandoned. Money to loan at Fassett & Eowcn's. tSeveral dancing parlies parlies talked of. Mr. K. ilarklund has gone East on business. Shawls at half price at the New York Store. The boys sot in a lew daj-s bating this week. The new saloon was formally opened yester day. The prevailing inquiry ...

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. — 4 January 1877

louiv ihui. ru-iu:.: im: nunc. DR. C. M?LANE'S CELEB RAT f.D LIVER PILLS, FOrt THS CLrtS Ol Hepatitis, or Liver Complain, mtrr.isi no stci. iiitAD'vciit. fytJ!JglilCCmrJStfg. GI9i2F3XtSiaXLkVZl v LcUlU'S. An atrocious jchtor ndvucd a drops ical j.rieouer to jet b.uiedoiit." Don't lick iho lamp post to sec il it I cpl 1. Take our word lor it. Motto for the entrance to a foundling asylum Thus f..r and no father. Somo one eaya "all men ae not home less." J3ut some men aio homo lets than others:. If, as Cch Olcoit azyi, it only costs 51 GO to be cremated, almost anybody can eorno down with the dust. "It is not good for man to bo alone," vys the philosopher ol the I'tanklin (Ivy.) Patriot. 4 lia should buy a dog." Tho fashionable Texas swain always removes his quid of tobacco befoic lick ing and sealing a letter to his lady love. Spe ilc nig of fire-escapes Tho lJufl'lo Express stiy tho oldo-jt one on tccord is tho fond husband who lies abed in the morning. There is a noc-m going tho rou...

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. — 11 January 1877

gZo&cjlc& 'xe. - yn LAYING TUE GUOST. At last T had a habitation of my own, an importing structure, rootnj enough to furnish homcH for n full score pi demure litllo mortals like myaelf. "You tvilMoso your.selnn this groat barn of a house, jUji'Iulon," naid Aunt Jorusha, who had accompanied mo to Roundwood .to bo thq ruling divinity' of the menage "It would not be much of a loss to tho world in general if I should." "Humph ! 1 have no predilection lor mistletoe boughs and old oak chests. 1 want no such skeletons rising up to murder mj rest." "Troublo comes fast onough without borrowing it." "At any rate, I'vo Fpoken my mind, and not without reason. It is doubtful if you have hoard all that I have con cerning your new possessions." Aunt Jerusha looked so solemn that 1 quickly asked "What have you heard V "Round wood" has a ghost. You needn't laugh it ruaj pro'o to bo no laughing matter. I'vo got tho store front tha servants. Not a soul of .them but is convinced tho houso is ha...

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. — 11 January 1877

iMjtagjgeajrersasisnT --c Hie Safee Ceuufy Journal. rnURBDAY, "JANUARY, II, 1877. Irihun: (x Harris lias been olected U S Senator bv the Tennessee Legislature. John A Martin, of the Atchison Cham pion, n-as tendered the Republican nom inalion for State Senator, to fill the va cancy' caused by A 11 Uorton'fi "promo lion" to Chief Justice. Ho declined, and W V Guthrie was nominated. Tho election takos place next Monday. G W Glick is the Democratic nominee Hon Geo T Anthony was inaugurated Governor on the 8th inst., at Represen tative Hall, in tho presence of 1,500 spectators. It was tho first formal in auguration of Stale officials ever made in Kansas. Tho retiring and incoming Governors mado appropriate addresses. The grand Inaugural Ball took place at the opera house in tho evening. James Gordon Bennett, proprietor of the Xow York Herald, was to have been married to Miss Caroline May la6t week Wednesday. For Bomo reason tho match was broken off. Miss May's big brother, Mr Frederick ...

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. — 11 January 1877

caesaxan PI t ' &h5&nsmm2sr3x&V!ZKzsansl&aa30g mi n r rt. . .l' T I ,-JLl!0 09 linC lOMlLY i Oli 1 1111. . . THURSDAY", JANUARY, 11, 1877. aTc-VT- To-'JDa.y. - ADYKimSEUESTfl. rJotloo-rOonnty Road Notices County. Llbtol Mills Allowed- County Publication Xotlce Sarah F. Youas vs W. Yotwz LOCAJ.. S. Wright. Ui.ur Seltz. G. A Sulberg. Henry U. IXitU. - - Sargent & BatcJ. -. J. J. Lav A Uro. Frnuett A llowen. , f Mrs. A. T. Grier. Lltowlcli & Wiltmann. Obcr, Bond & Wilson. Maryland, D-idgc & Moore. Oysters at Lay's. Centennial oysters at Lay's. No houes to rent in tialina. Shawl at lia!f price at tiie Xew York Storor-j Salt for $2 GO. at Markland, Dodjcf Mosre's Horse for sale by Fassett & Bowen on eay terms. A splendid lot of Clothing at Sargent & Bates'. Goods lower than aver at Ober, Bond & inison's. Choice trc.ih oysters the best in the market at Lay & Bros.' DWii down down go the prices nt Ober, Bjnd & Wilson's. Mr. Pollen h:is Il...

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. — 11 January 1877

yj-citHrf-rvia x7ae&x:ttxrT&.'UXaeJEcn new Ecn.Cusier Left Ills ilarU oa & Conredj AftcrOiarrlagc milosopby. oraic. J "You lovo mc no longer' said a brido . , iof a few months to her better half in his It was a horrible scar. Commencing n an( 8Hppers at the roots of tho hair, just over the left Wh do yQU thatj Pus9? bo ask. temple, it ran down across tbo f:co to J ed quiotj y removing a cigar irorn his the right hand corner of tho mouth. .. Tbo fltjsh had closed together in a great y0u do not caress me, nor call me ridge, and the nose seemed to havo been I fc names . you n0 longcr ficck e0 ans. bhortcned half an inch by the process oi ious, f comnan v." was tho tearlul t -i? . mi. .. ot.HK 4Un cnni ennrr ' " ' neanng. iuu man u ." vi " two or three eongs and then passed his cap around for pennies. 'Did a Diow do that." ho that cut down m U.u v irgmia auring uiu jC8s 0f overjthing ti!l he reaches the car; war, 'bout tho timo it looked as it Jcti , thcn w geizcg hod an( sw...

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. — 18 January 1877

"Sgsdfc&rt it iJULUf wauaucLAiu THE IUTilO.M) SCHOOL HOUSE. I BY JOS G. VTATEJ13. jrf aW f ' jtt Wl P-lfZ&kf ' bV "I bind myself tolmtlil Itayrmnd school illstnct a liouo lor school puritosos. mill will place on it a bell which can be heard two miles down the Arkuusas I" Pging h tmla of am. U oud. In bonds I kind myself and heirs, And also each assign To build, omslete u actios' home jpoJ, Of stone and buck and liinc ; Willi desks aod seats, likewise a stairs - That rencli a belfry high, And promptrd by, phjb Colonel "Yowl, My stroiiK uilecii in tic, ., r I'll place within n deep toned bell, - -- Where every breeze that fans us Shall waft Its sweete.-t naio and swell Two miles down the Arkuu-as. The spire shall keep tho dylnjj light Of fcun. ns shadows crow : And noon shall eeo, as bird in flight, The children hither uu Of peace una Joy the bell shall chime DellKhtlitlly rotund j The bonds a'jnll run AM ten years' time. To pleas'e the State scl ool Kuud I And Wesurard as we ...

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. — 18 January 1877

i 1 i V ? I Ilio Safoo Cessty Journal. THURSDAY, JANUARY, 18, 1877. L I twiweBB THE CONTEST AT 10PCKI. Tho old Tofft, at Topeka, bas been crowdod for a few days with lobbyists from every portion of the Slate. State Printer and U. S. Senator makers have boon figuring and "deploying as skir mishers" at a fearful rate. A looker on would think that every lobby member controlled at least ten votes. Tho mem bers eank into insignificance before tho awful power of tho lobb' man. Tho contest for State Printer was not as exciting as was anticipated. Geo. W. Martin had a "walk away." We do not wonder at this. Ho is a genial, whole soul fellow. Ho makes friends with as littto troublo as ho would cat a Fquaro meal. Ho is a workc?. His magnificent record as an officer sustained him throughout tho contest, and "third tcrni" criers onty waited their words. Martin took his election serenely. Wo sat where we could watch his countenance., Ho looked as calmly as if ho were Na poleon winning a groat bat...

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. — 18 January 1877

V U3MTIIII Tiie Saline County Journal. THUHSDAyTjaNUARY, 18, 1877. ADVEUTISEUESTS. Proposals C ount y. Notice C. S. Grcclfy. Fhjbician E. U. Switzer. Township Orders smoky Hill Township. LOCXL. 5. Wright. OaiarSeitz. 6. A Solbcrft. r Sargent t Date. , , Q..T. Lay&Bro. rnsctt & lJowen. - Mrs. A. T. Gricr." . J. C. Kcfeh&Soa. ' W. S Conchman. Sirs. K, F. Wooley. Litowlcli & Wittniann. Ober, Bond & Wilson, alarkltmd, Dodc & Moore. Much wind. Frozen ears. A stormy month. Oyfcters at Lay's. Politicians very anxious. Centennial oysters at Lay's. Travel on the K. 1. picking up. Many masquerade suit being made. JIats and caps at J. U. Ilah & son's. Shawls at halt priee at the New York Store. Mr. Wr. D. Ilulchtr w.nt Eut this morning. A splendid lot of Clothing at Sargent & Bates'. Mr. Scott Martin returned from.the East IasL Week. Tlic New York Store, or Litowlch & Witt mann. Ilorse for sale by Fassett & Bowen on easy terms. Broom corn pretty well cle...

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. — 18 January 1877

The Bo3's ornijCojliood. cd, the words clearly articulated, and William Cullen Hrvant in St. Nicholas: j often running into figures in winch the One of tho entertainments of tho bnys of bass, the tenor, and tho treble chased rny timo was what were called the "rats- j each other Irom tho middle to tbo end Lngs," meaning the erection of the lim- of the stanza. I recolect that somo im bcr irames of houses or barns, to which patients was manifested wluns'owerand ihn hn:ird were to be afterward r.nile'. graver airs of church muic were intro- Hero tho minister made a point of bcinJ dueed by the choir, and 1 wondered why prcsonl, and hither tho able-bodied men of the neighborhood, the joung men cs-peciallj-, were summonod, and took part in iho work with great alacrity. It was a spectacle for us next to that of a rcr ioriner on the tight-rope, to see tho j-our.g mon walk sloadily on tho narrow iootin? of the beams at a irrcut iicigm the words should not bo sung in same time that they were p...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
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