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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 25 January 1877

c A s ft s &s GOISG TO UCI100L. Batalrwl Tier over tt.e meadow brook, While her rwt the timely Set (Twin lillieslhey were J) on the-mossy 6taao With the collins ripples wet. Thoy passed the brook nml it fceemcJ to etnsj itli a sweeter.in'Trler .siiund, As tne. two with Ihoir rchool i iis wandered a 0'ir the clover-laden ground. O little mniden I how fair yon were With jour eyes or heaienly blue ; Ami the dimple's pluyed o.i your cheeks as play On a rose the tiroes of dew. As play on n rose the drops of dew, hen the bnzi-s merrily blow 1 Anil your lip they were tints of the ripening pencil, In the morning' ruddy glow. Bare feet ; how th?y twinkled liming the grasi 1 Did you know whcneeryou tuok The path tor ecliool, that he waited for you By the will jw-ahaded brook ? Since then, the fragrant blo3Jonn have come To tlie bows, uh I many a time; And a bridge is over the urouk that sings, As or old, its pleasant rhyme ; And two nre straying upon tne bank b I pen these wandering word....

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 January 1877

f-ffcnsc-ry.ga -. J - ' ' ' ' '" " 'l I ' 1. .I.H '" U I mi J I. M ,i , , mM , II lilfc I I W I t.l r-r , in 'J. r-KLi1 "r-'j jlv"-; , -i-'-jj-';.' f j-ijiuru -ic-JQjjcM-r - .,- -,. ,n. ,. .. - lm.- - - . - . , . . J -, FI "C Krv p.. l,r T'.TPnnJ .liaVO thought lhat ItlO AltlCrJCnn HCpUO-J OVOU pcojllf, mat uit:,) ii;b uui in uw, uuuu. uhiukiiu uonars 111 umwiuing 1110 oa'luQ USliiStY JOulhal. ,;rt .;,,, !lo iinnaf,rf nn!iiinfion would ! few vcars since their emancipation been i li goods, yet nobody questioned the ex- 1 ! J -. ... I r.Al!fnf0 rf fltC mAKr.ttnnilcn 'Plirt mnrA a, Saaaas. havo to raport to the bovihh nlnv of tos-'ablo to successfully competo with tlief r ,. . - ' , , JANUARY, 25, 187- fcjnC a nickel to sec who i-hould bo its while race m refinement, in intelligence, , d s vhieh n 0SSG5, mert t0 ueiflin 3n21xa THURSDAY UNSETTLED. chie fmagistrato. .But what elsecan you make of the plan ? The great European powers have W(j hpar aIrcady many objections lemmgly, at last, ...

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 January 1877

tRrirflliiiPI "gLajVBMlTii i- " -"J The Saline County Journal. TJEEUBSDAY, JANUARY, 25, 1877. XDVEKTISEHESTS. Iind Agent tfolm V. Uerks. Attorneys at Lr lliller & Whitney. Brick and Stone Mason tVm Keeler. Hard ware Kingman, Anderson A Co. Physicians and Surgeons ll'ioa & Dadgc. llrick Layer and Stone Jlason-J. A. Nelson. New Advertisements Geo. P. Howell & Co. VOCAL. Bruckrnans. Oscar Srliz. Kndchfl'Uros. G. A. Solberp. Henry C. Davie. Sargent & Bates. r-' G.J. Lnv&Bro. ' lira. A. T. Grier. Farmers' Elevator. Jlrs. X, F. Woolcy. Litoirich & Wittmnna. ,"-'' Ober, Bond & Wilson. Markland, Dodge A Moore. Kemoval. Oysters at Lay's. Bruckrnans' removal. Another stormy Monday. Wheat Is coining in lively. Centennial oysters at Lay's. bevcrnl wolf hunts on the tapis. Mrs. B. A, Litowicli went East last week. Mr. J. E. llarririon Is acting as day marshal. Shawls at half price at the New York Store. Hamlin has moved into the City Hotel build ing. The Ice on the Sm...

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 January 1877

jj(MfcfrWMKqsi8Js Louisiana. 1 went to Louisiana inclined to the be Jiof thai tho Democrats had carried that State "by so largo a majority that what ever intimidation thero might hayo boon would" not account lor it that is, that tho majority was larger than tho num ber of votes they had gained by " bull dozing." Yet 1 had not the least parti san biaB ono way or the other, and was only desirous to get the exact truth to tho-readors, without reference to which party it hurt or who squecled. Thoro Bults of my investigations woro that Louisiana was u Ilepublican S'ate by from ton to eighteen thousand when tho election is perfectly free, full and fair that is, on national issues. But on State issues, although Republican, tho majori ty is small and might bo overcome by perfectly air means. For instance, thero are a great man colored men of intelligence and property in Louisiana, and is no uncommon thing for them to voto with tho whites on local btato is sues. But when it comes to tho Pros...

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 February 1877

'LlflZb fy l&-? (zei.k, p K- TlIE EXPEKOR AXD THE STRAGHLEU. BY AN ENGLISH OFFICER. . It was a dreadfully cold season that winter of 1854-55, which the allien spent in the trenches before bcbastopol. Ino troops suffered greatly from the inclem ent weather, and from exposure vhen on duty, and tho hospitals were soon filled with tho sick. Tho English were especial martyrs to the hardships of tho ecigo, for their government had notpro-1 vided for them as liberally as had that of tho French for its troops. The Lra- peror Nnpoleon III was tho fnond of tho soldier, and, witn au mc cares arm temptations of his high position, never forgot to sco that tho bravo men who were upholding tho honor of Franco in a distant land wcro as c(mtortablo as ho ho could make them. When tho Now Year came, ho sent lrom his private storo presents of wine, brand' and 'to bacco to tho army, and a liberal allow ance at that. Tho French had a merry limo when theso presents came, and, with their frank generosi...

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. — 1 February 1877

oiXatv,.Ljam.BatsSaji Flic SatiLO Gcufily Journal. E! all att a, Hazzsos. riIURSDAY "FEBRUARY, 1, 1877. B aaaaajaaaajaaaajajajaaajjajjaj Ben Hill 1ms been olectcd XJ. S. Sena tor from Georgia. Tilden has betn sued for his back in come tax. The amount is 8150,000. Immediately after the election of a Senator, the Legislature adjourned un til next Tuesdnv. Tho Interior, the new paper estab lished at Hutchinson by Maj. Henry In man, formerly of the Ellsworth Report er, makes its aj poaranco. An eight column paper, well printed and brim full of original matter, it is a creditable f ample of Kansas' newspaper enterprise. Maj. Inman is rccoginized as one of the ablest writers in .Kansas, and Hutchin son's importance will bo greatly in- . ' , .. ,. , ornncnrl r ihn ftlfi nf htR filrir.int lien. I Lucky Hutchinson. "Wo notice that tho "fish culture" ques tion is being agitated considerably in tho State, and wo carnostly hope tho present Legislature will not only take immediate steps to affor...

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 February 1877

Tlio Saline County Journal. THUBSDAyTfBBRUARY, 1, 1877. STtrw1 To-Day - ADVEHTI3EMESTS. Notice E. S. Follett Co. Dry Good, Etc J. C. lUsh & Son. Ballna Transfer Line T. H. Uerrington. Notice of Kinl Settlem.nt -li. M. SlnwcB. LOC4X. TVm. Weil. Brucknisns. G. A. Solbcrg. 6. J. Lav & Bro. Mrs. A. T. Grier. Fanners' Elevator. Mrs. N, F. Wooley. Lltowich & Wittmann. Ober, Eoud & Wilson. Kansas Pacific Railway. Markland, Dodge &. Moore. Removal. Oysters at Lnj?,s. Beantilul evenings. Bruckmans' removal- Delightfully spring-like. Centennial oysters at Lay's. The valentine will soon appear. Capt. II. D. Baker has a new hoy. Muddy Erects the lirst of the week. Harry Downer was In town on Sunday. Mr. Chas. Martin was in town yesterday. The wheat market is at a stand still ajralii. Ground hog's day to-morrow watch him. A concert comes off at Doiiegan's Hall to night. Jeans, tickings, towels, crashes, at Bruck tnans'. Mr. R. II. Dihle Is the happy father of anoth er girl. R...

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. — 1 February 1877

?y It jptfiS-ttijiatacjrirTiriFacaa:! An Effort to Disentangle tlio Compromise Web. Li2t U5, in a brief space, try toniitang- le tho web of this compromise plan, and gjt at tho powers it really confers on the proposoJ o ra in Us! on. First, then, tho bill authorizes tho commission to "tako into view such pe titions, depositions and other papers, if any, as bhall by tbo constitution and now existing laws 00 competent nnaiigiuin mo raurning un juiem nigui pertinent." ino change no relaxation no rest." What petitions, depositions, etc., docs Farmers should nolo this fact, and be tho constitution, in the opinion of (Jon- j forewarned before it is to late. It is as gross, decide to be pertinent? , tonibhing what a vast .-.mount of labor Congress does not know. farmers' wives perform! Many of What petitions' etc., do the existing ; them get up and have breakfast ready laws authorize to bo considered, in the i before their husbands an$ out of bed. opinion of Congress? Congress docs not The...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 8 February 1877

yCZCL 1nvtL ii'i"r i lam rearrem .asm w ji ii.in mulujju THE SALINE COUNTY JOUBNAr. IS PUOLtStlEO EVrRY TnURSDAT, DT 21. J). C- Jj. B. SAJlJPSOy AT SALINA, KANSAS. OFFICII On Iroa ATcnue, thrct doorj feat nt thw Pos: OSic. TERMS OF SUKCItrrnON': Our Copy, one yrar J FROM TIIE CASTLE 15 TIIK AIR TO TOE LITTLE CORNER OF THK WOULD. TnuMxs rxVNc in the regions of clouds, where the whirlwind Mi .uiic'.oiijr.ixmomtu 114 One Cofv, turcr month . Ja ! ADVERTISING KATES: i 1 WrcK. 1 Mii.xnt. 3 Mo, 63!(v. 1 Vk.c. il-qr.jire Sim i no ; loi 'Siqnsrr . 201 MO 7W MW I5CM Hinrr. . . . sco r. loco uoo win '1 squares -fii) 7tt MOO mM iiV ) i column DM lo m "M 00 SJ 00 so n 'i column. 12 in 2po SABo jaco som ' 1 column WOO 35W MOO SOU) 120 eu I Right H.nw or less of Nonjarvil type constitute , winnrc, llrcnlarattrrrtUcrmdtl ! charwil Httcm rit jx-r i line for local noUcrs aotl all others twenty crnU ir line Hills for regular ndvcrtWnir will be collects! nur- ttrly. When? fora le ieriol thin three mont...

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. — 8 February 1877

vvost&tpfusss: wzaHscctfsrrs jgg ttSsajLs x'.wivajLgaf.'ta.v if.imx. II 10 Saline Ceuiitv Journal. MURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 8, 1877. Tho debt statement shows a decrease during January or S2.0G9.069. The anniversary of Lincoln's birthda occurs -Monda', February 12th. The State Agricultural Board of ICan sas has decided to hold no fair this year. Uolknap'd case in tho criminal court o( the district is set for February 21st. Judgo Swayno, as well as Judge Davis, declined to Bervc on tho commission. Jle can sit in Washington I M1SCELLAXEOU3 A I) VS. Geo. E. Bates, Senator Ilarvcj''s right bower, has been commissioned Doput' Interna! licvecue collector in place of Sam Orr. Hampton was last Thursday declared the legal Governor of South Carolina, by tho Stale District Court. Tho case is to be appealed to the Supreme Court of tho State. The exportation ot railroad iron from England to the United States 'has dwin dled down to almost nothing. Wo are told that during 187G only 349 tons woro ant ...

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 February 1877

O ttmtrfmmmimaumnm -3 Saline County Journal TilOKSDAr, FEBRUARY 8, 1877. JIDVKRTISESIESTS. Ordinance No. 192 City Quarterlj lU'poit (.oiinty. Trees for Sale II L. Jones. Gold for Dhtw S. Warner. - Attorneys at La Garver & Lovitt. TCcV AdvertiricmMits Geo 1'. Uowell & Co. All the fine winter drcsgoods that vc havel Ion hand niU!t be sold before wi leave. : BnucKux & Co. i Al WSflrlintTia ntiri oo ctfnf flick ntttan day. IledireMhatitbe rcturned-not that room a..TluH it already partitioned off into .of tountay even," he wants the- coat, but that the thief's con We were misinformed last week as to who .v.ni,i ,.r...r. ii rn.. m,.fli. v.ipnnt bv the rated nrojrramme that evening ,iiSA,.n;T4rinn nf th Ymimr .Ui-ii'.i I,':hrnrv it would be as tiresotn J and tc a cInr.i..tini rr R R. Nicl:!i' lias rented the . it was-rendered to the appreci. LOCALS. K. Locke , :,' .jtifc Bruckmnns. R. T. "Wa'aon. ' G. A. Solberg. . if. G. J. lavAItro. iw I Mrs. A. T. Grier. ' Mrs. , F. Wooley. ...

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 February 1877

nc Admired Thrm All. No olhcr Staio could havo raised him but Now Jcreov. Ho was tall and lank, and wore ruety clothes. His trowscre were tucked insido hit boot-legs and his boots were covered with red clay. He strolled into a wholesale coffin ware house on the Bowery, and stood near the door staring around in open-mouthed wonderment. Tho proprietor stepped up to him, and, now, ain't ycr rubbing his hands brisklv, said : Cof-j hadn' had any worK lora monui. "uv f,ns?" " I would you liko some oysters?" 1 "Yes, I eeo they bo," answered tho They smacked their lips by way of rq-1 .Tni-jPt-innn. Vnu havo trot a lot of 'cm nlv. and he cathercd up a crowd of .. . .-- , - ., ... j - -- 7" "Largest and best assorted slock in the citv," replied the proprietor. "Shall - 1 show you through ?" Then the Jersey man looked vciy hap py. "Isow nuthm 'ed tickle me moro n that," said he. "Look here, mister, do ycr give away'r chronio with each cof fin?" Tho warehouseman shook his head, and said ho had ...

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 February 1877

f JP HP? n iiwi 1 1 iiiuiU ii m MUW'Ji T 11 B TIIE DAT OP SMALL THINGS." Oh , what were the Dragons, the Ocres, the Titans, The whole BrobdinpnaKian worM-wastlng clnn. i Comimretl wilh the infinitesimal Shcitans Oriiflnitc T.lllt'-ut, leagued nalnit Man? Classical Hercules! Jack or the nursery! Chirnii5ons -. alo 'gainst in isible foes. Science's wnrninrs role terrors liresursory; H'hcre u her solace lor germ gendered woes 7 Beetles nnd grasshoppers bad enough verily. Marring ourMurphles, and tflightuigotir grain; Sovr the Minute seems a-gotng it merrily; Must the Colossal confront it in vain ? Sword cannot 6tay it, and 6tcam cannot cope with it; Hundred-ton guns arc more helplcs than squirts. Know ledge brings eyes. does It also bring hope With it ? Tyndall say s ' Yea, " but he dnly asserts. Six southern states in n league against grasshoppers. Find them n foe more redoubled than Giant : What are toredocs to jests orthc class 'hoppers," Spoiling our cropsjust as fast we plant? AVh...

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 February 1877

te5 Ilk Safe Ocusty Journal. mORSDAY, PEI3RUAR7 15, 1877. EDITORIAL ITEMS. Eight to- Seven. Tho Legislature is to adjourn Febru ary 19th. Mrc. Grant gave her last reception at tho Whito House, last Friday. Tho criminal case against Belknap has been dismissed, for want of evidence to cpnvict. According to Piko's narrative, Indians from Kansas took part in tho action known as Braddoek's defeat in 1765. Some of tho members of the Lecisla turo wish now that that body had noc accepted Speaker Eloder'e resignation. A bill is before tho Legislature provi ing fov the depositng of tho money of the Stato in banks. Somebody wants to get the "per cent." A bill has been introduced in tbo tho .Nebraska Legislature to appropriate $20,000 to tho purchase of English spar rows for the destruction of grasshoppers. lion. Gr. A. Crawford ha3 presented to tho Lieutenant Govornor a gavel mado from wood taken from Independ ence Hall, with the request that it shall bo placed in tho archieves of tho State. 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. — 15 February 1877

1 i It. I Li The "Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1877. ADTERHSEilESIS. Kotice County. Attorney at Law John G. 8plYey. Notice to Dogs Owners-L. M. Tuttle. Britckrnani. T. C. Marks. It. T. Watson. G. A. Solberg. Crew & Platter. C. K. FuulLnur. Sargent & nates. G. J. Lay&Kro. J. C. iftsh & Son. Mrs. A. T. Grlcr. Ober, Bond & Wilson. D. A J 11. Whitehead. Markland, Dodge & Moore. Cloudy weather. Sargent & Bates. Oysters at Lay's, ilud fathomless aaln. Ilaui-aud-eggs diet now. Centennial oysters at Lay's, lloovcr has opened his restaurant. Yesterday was St. Valentine's day. A light snow storm on Monday night. The days lengthen one hour this month. Lent commenced yesterday. Good bye fun. It is said that 1S77 is to be a great fruit year. Last weiJc of Uriickmnn's Closing-out Sale. I.nst week ol HnickmaiiV Clo-ing-vut bale. Lat wfk'il Urnc-kmim' Chxinjr-out S.ili. L:it week of Bruekiiian's CluMiig-otit Sale. Wa5hingtouh hirtli-day one week from to ...

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 February 1877

'rSJOtxscaiJisitSiFtxrriMioaatttonu wmmMkmMmmmam rflifflrs' ilrctlns.' Tho newspapers of Kansas rarclj- re-: A 'number ot editors met at Topckn ceivo fair treatment. They are thctn--las.t week, and passed rcsulotions in selves largely to blame- for this. (Jul-, favor of just prices for work, and against luroat coinpeuuon, rauiiiug in jnuw, beino" compelled to enter into ruinous that will not sustain any paper, is main- j competition with irresponsible adven- taineu at lauit MISCELLANEOUS AD VS. NOTICE. GcsxniOrncKor IiikXatioxalLandCo. f 1 rttii- Afn .laniirirv llh. 1S77 ( A publisher establishes ninKi.iii.iicnrchirv notified that John w.iieuks. inror. haviiiff no fixed habitation, and a newspaper, builds it up l.y years oi a c it. :.m. ., no au n, j-1S," no ncrmancnt interest in the communi- hard work and devoted attcnt.on to bus- motions lvginiinjr !! conianT.i land tiiouMbe ty. There is an opportunity for thorn jiness. Just about the time ho gets it on JIJSi toflcaswcll as to res...

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 February 1877

V. r y Ln-1 'if I ' - s 'i a i ll ! 4 A -. i? A W -t A SLEIGH-BELLE. narold Brown's tlcigh dashed merri ly up to Harold Brown's door, and at thai moment (hc was tbo noul of punct ually) out camo Harold Brown's only sister a little woman wrapped in shawls and veils aud worsted things from head to foot. "Uomo along, sis," ho shouts, and then without waiting for her to "como along," ho jumps from tbo sleigh, reaches the top of the stoop ic three strides bo's a tall, broad-shouldccd, dark-skinned, bluo-oyed young fellow catches hor up in his arms as though she were only a bundle, and in a twinkling of an eye nho is snugly stowed away among the buffalo-robes. Crack goes tho whip. "G'lang, Ned !" cries Harold. "Ned" toscs his head and paws tho ground an instant to set the sleigh-bells ringing properly, and off thev co. ''Are $ou warm ?" asks Harold of the bundle at his side. "Almost smothered," answers the bundlo, in an indistinct voico with a slight lisp. "That's right, my darling," says...

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 February 1877

2i ftdigf, jt;wtr,ssiywf ; vry gMysj-msaaoaogsaaaaa: Fho Sa!ino Gsiioty Journal. fi? 11 is a.. gggtCT.ta. mCRSDAY, FEBRUAFY 22, 1877. A GRAND APl'OLMilEXT. A telegram was received from Col. Phillips a day or 80 ago, which announc ed the appointment of Mr.Laf. C. Smith, Hooks county, to tho position of lieceiv or of tho Rirwin Land ofibe, to succeed Dr. Hodgo. Mr. Smith is ono of tho best young men in Kansas. Ho is very popular in this portion of tho state We do not know ot an appointment that could havo been made which would have suited us better. A BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM. Stephen A. Douglas, tho defeated Democratic candidate for tho Presidency in 1860, held Lincoln's hat whilo Lin coln delivered his inaugural address. Now won't Tilden ho so courteous as to hold Hides' tilo while the latter delivers Ins inaugural address. It is a beautiful 3 votes for Hayes and Whcclcrj and EDITORIAL ITEMS. 'well as it takes capital to make gold, mg officer of the senatcta act as president Novada. with 3 ...

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 February 1877

BwwawarcvJi. smj-ztt rw w ' . , z1 "xLo , f" ? ' 'i i! a ft .? ' J O I !: V t ,S The Saline County Journal.l THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, IS77. 2STe-w jDo-XDciy- ADVKBTISEMEST8. Dry Goods, etc. Ober, Bond & Wilaon. Kotice to Lot Owners L.. SI. Tuttle. Ordinances Xos 193 and 1W City. LOCALS. T. C. Murks. It. T. Watson. G. A. Soluerg. Crew & Flatter. J. SI. Anderoon. airs. E. Murpuy. Sargent & Bates. G.J. Lav&Bro. Mrs.: A. T. Gricr. Mrs. C. E. Anderson. LItowieh & Wiltmanu. Ober, Bond & Wilson. V. & J. U. Whitehead. MarUand, DodRe & Moore. Mi Sargent & Bates. Oysters at Lay's. Ice all out of the river. - Washington's birth-day! lioade getting good again. Centennial oysters at Lay's. Where Is the usual 22d ball ? The day of small things is near at hand Hats and caps at cost at Ober, Bond & Wil son's. The wail of the unregistered dog Is heard in the air. Capt. IPait, of Lincoln Center, was '.in town Dress goods at your own prices at the New York Store. ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 22 February 1877

i Burr's Consplwej'. The only surviving juror of the great trial of Aaron Burr ior conspiracy aifamst the United States !.'. .David Creel, by name was rcccfrtly interview ed by a Cincinnati Commercial reporter. Dr. Creel ia now over ninety years old, and is undergoing treatment lor cataract ofthocyo in Cincinnati hospital, lie lurnished the reporter somo interesting recollections of the Burr trial, which, it will bo remembered, took placo in Sep tember, 1806. "Tbo trial lasted a month," said Fath er Creel. "And how did the jury etand ?" was asked. "Unanimous for acquittal,' said he ''unanimous." Burr's principal law yer was Luther Martin, of Philadelphia. Luther Martin was considered the tinest lawyer of tho daj, but ho was, unfortun ately, a hopeless drunkard. Ho was re tained in the Burr case on condition that ho would drink nothing intoxicating as long as tho trial lasted. Ho accepted the condition, and agiced to drink noth ing which would make him drunk till tho case was fini.xh...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
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