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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 5 April 1877

P" JJ&'iffa93t'V "W :V Q , CH- G-J?'Z lL- Jv?r OUR DAILY RECKONING. irwesitdoTajftS'jtjjrra, , Ami count ihe tiiinjra tlmt we hare done, .Ana counting. Hint Onr seir-di-iiyicg'act oiicwonl - -Tliat cjiseil the heiirt oflnni who heard r One gl.mcv m st ktml, . Tint fell like sunshine where ft Went; , Thea..we my couut the day Kelt npent. But, it through all the life-long day We've easwl ac heart liy yen or nay; II through it all We've done nothinp that we can trace. That brought the tmn-hlne to a face; No act, most small. That helped some soul, and nothing cost Then count that day as vrorue than lost. THE WILD-DOVE'S NEST. The last notes of the Easter-hymn, announcing the resurrection of the Sav ior, hud resounded from the church td a little Russian village, and echoed away through the still night over the lonefy stepped. From the doorwaj' of the chireb streamed a crowd of men, wo men, and children, all in their best attire, and most of tlioin goon gathered around the great heaps...

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. — 5 April 1877

ME file Sa'ice .Csccfy Joornal. i'lIURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1877. wis sunnosod there would he no onpo- a3,iui)ui ... hition to the re-election of tho Old City Biuuii w aulhoritieH, but wncn ilOnoa camo a .... full ticket in opposition thereto f With rOS JtXTOR. -., c rtviciicr W Itl'landers' lUJorit'- for lUdrilir for (wi'scmix. T J. Going Wm H.-rf K. T Watson A. W. Wickhura C. W Hanks O". Kberlurt C Holmquist A I.. Umltfe Frank iioudnow rPRratccjCDOi:. X.Y. Carrol" l'or the engine kuuse bonds AtMlt14L . ....... 211 Mli 1 v" .. US .. ill .. 210 .. 31S .. 'Hi .. -IX J"! ...'..'.. to! litl 3n l" 19.1 Majority for bunds W In justice to Mr. Goodnow and Mr. Dodge wo will pay they were nbt candi dates and iheir names wero usod against their permission. Wo also understand that Mr. Eborhatt disclaims having au thorized or wished tho use ol his name. However, the men on both tickets were good men, and tho city would undoubt ed' have been well governed had the ticket in opposition to tho successful ...

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. — 5 April 1877

ra li; aSf i i ' TholSWine, County Journal TnURSDAYAPRIL Ji, 1877. ; . aSTo-ur To-Day.. AOTKItnSKVtSTB. tfUecHi.ni-o.ts.AdM Geo. 1. Itowcll &Co. rnporteil draught nurses G. S. Shaw. Attorney at Luw and Solicitor Geo V. Graham. Ilorec Trainer and Veterinary Surgeon G.CIIiuuro LOCALS. J. H. Sncad. "" K. Carlberg. L. U 1 utile. Pacific IIo ie. O. A Solberg. It. C. Nickh a ii J L'n iCro. - Mr. A. T. Uricr. fcarxent &, Rates. . J. C. It.ah&Sou. Mrs C. Anderson. Whltiln-ud A Seaman. " Ober. Bond t Wilson. Campbdl, Slr.ui iTiithJU. Mnrklat.il, I) ulse & M wire. Vfiltni inn & Holliiijwwnrtli. A cool week ju-t psr-bed. Confectionery at Lay & Uro's. Hopper- getting to be "nix." Nev spring hat, at A. 7 Grier's At Sargent & Bates', print are 8 cents. For your wall p.iper go to A. T. Grier's. A '-serulj" -.iix at rhe Park list Saturday. Blue Glass Chimneys at Outiit, Bond & Whon'8. Xciv hooks for ale ntrd hire s.t A. T. GrlerV. 1 Blue Glass Clilniueyd at Ober, Bon...

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. — 5 April 1877

nanEnMBMeaacSMKSa Dr. J. W. Morris Opinion of Grasshoppers. Dr. J. V. Morris, of the Salina bank, sends the following article to Mr. T. U. Homy, of Abilene, and which? is pub lifihed in the Abilcno Chronicle: Many of our people aro indulging in much speculation as to the probable damago to be inflicted by the grasshop pers this season. Having been a resi dent of the territory fcourged by these pests in 1867 and 1874, I havo thought it might bo well to throw out a low hints to those living in that district whoro the grasshoppers havo deposited their eirgp. In 1866 the territory in which the 'hoppers deposited eggs in large num bers extended as lar cast as the Missouri river and westward 75 miles. In 1874 the eastern boundary was 15 to 20 miles cast of the Missouri river and extended wost nearly 100 miles. The deposit, on an old woman's gouty toes, scrum bles into a fraction of a seat, smiles, makes a hundred apologies, and lighis a cigarette. Two or three muleteers, clad in long stri...

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. — 12 April 1877

.UM ti-c'to 3-t e Tnrt&i XSIARjBEHIND THE CLOUD. Ko mutter hnTTdnrk the nisht. N'o nutter how black thi- clouda mny be, Up In the hn"Jtl sky, Hidden Irom watchlnir eye, Amone tbe bhinliy- orbs so bnjjht, .6HIje-i8tjir-iorme. .. Silvery bright and clear, Out In tbefl.'lds if fadeless blUe. Heedless orrloildiiti'l rain, Fcnrleasofdtath and pain, Goldi n stars in their bright rphere Twinkle and burn for you. Summer and wintt-r the sa-ne No matter ifntoi-m-elouds burcc and roll Like waves on the fronzu-tf sea; In Heaven's bright gallery Twinkle und glow, with a quenchless flame These types of the soul! No matter how dark thy life, No matter how gloomy thy watch mny bej 'Mid sorrow, und pain, mid care. Still watching thee everywhere Back of the curtain ol' earthly utiire Twinkles a btar for thee! f OYERSHOOTING THE MARK. BY SUSAN ARCHER WEISS. "1 really don't see what is to be dono, said Mrs. Sutton, as alio meditatively folded a letter stamped with a foreign poBl-mark. Tho letter wa...

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. — 12 April 1877

a5asnBjgisisfgwgx-Tifri.yrert Ihe Salira Ctcrty JownaLj, -.. .-. v-r- . rllURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1877. TEE REPUBLICAN l-AMT ASD HAYES POLICY. Tho policy of Pr sident Hayes has been quite severely critieisod by a unm- ber of prominent Republicans of the' country. Tho cabinet appointments were tho first to direct tho firo of the din satisfied. The conciliatory policy pur sued thus far towards the south is anoth er occasion for a "clash cf arms." Wo might mention, perhaps, tho attempted enforcement of the civil sorvico rules, and other deviations from tho roulino adhered to by the preceding administra- &! r1.w..- I..... nnnanrl Ctimn rt.uQMttC- ...,-, i, i faction in tho .Republican party, but why! enumerate all the objections wo hear, as long as they are so cheap. If this prom inont politician who .is an extremist gets Upon the stump and with a flourish of trumpets and buckets full of rhetoric at tempts to pronounce a funeral oration over the Republican party because Pres ident Hayes'...

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. — 12 April 1877

.-an.ii'j The- Saliiif Cuilh Jounia THORfiJ) A Y, A P R 1 L 1 2 I 77 . " ADvr-rnsEMKere. jinnual report-!. E Bo area.. ( ' ' LOCALS, J. n.'jSue.Ril. K. (arllerg. Xf. gullivu.t " -, Paciflc House. G. A. SolUcrp. Q.J. Lav&Bro. Mrs. A. T. ,Grlr. JiT bargcnt sruaXtti J. C. Btsh & Son. Mrs. M. J. Hedlgan. Whitehead & Seaman. Ober. Boutl & Wilson. Campbell, Moan &TutMU. Marklanil, I) h1s;c .t Mjore. ritun4iin & 'lollinj-awortli. A rather backward spring. Confectionery at Lay & Bro's. And still ne,w coiners arc seen. Cloud and suntdiine alternito. B'hispcrs of picnic parties already. New spring hati, at A. T, Crier's B. A.Litowich returned last evening. Read Ober. Bond & Wilson's new ad. Mr. E. Lincoln ha gone to New York. At Sargent & Bates', prints are S cents. District court covenes here next Monday. For your wall paper go to A. T. Gr.er's. A tolerably Hue rain again last Saturday. New books for sale and hire htA. T. Crier's. New Ohio maple syru at Sa...

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. — 12 April 1877

.jiA-!Uim kl Facts From Ancient History. - AW tho interior oi Alrica was onco called Elhiopia, except, perhaps, that part inhabited by the white race. Edom is now called Arabia. Ishraael tho first born of Abraham, was tho lath er of tho Arabian nation. Mahomet. his arrival a middle-aged and a youn lady entered the hotel office and, legis tering their names as mothorand daugh ter, engaged an apartment. Their ap pcarance in the dining-room on the morning alter their arrival caused quite a sensation among tho eligible young tho falso prophet, was an Arab who ' bachelors, tho young lady proving ex- cecaingiy auracuvu, aim uuiuiu tunny days considerable rivalry sprang up among the young men arvd marriageable old ones, each endeavoring to ingratiato himself in the young lady's affections. She received their attentions with a flourished the timo small pox first ap pearod. Tho cholera also, first appear ed in tho United States about tho time' Jo. Smith started tho Mormon church, i Tho Arabs...

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. — 19 April 1877

S-THSJKfe ?ZT- J UaLl Sr-c-J udn-SzJL avMJg-"-1-11'"'' ,11 i n-iiiKjiiLiij-i ia-i n . -ji. -i'. - m i.rj ihjjcjjv w fwjiji. .m u'iwjr,!Pw j jumj jrB ,i'-uiT'iw'Circuw3ortttvg 6ta?1iiwMaawKimmeo .. .. , " WAHIXG- "N. """ t,carn4labo-niiil Wwaitr" Lxmaftllou. "Learn to laborl" that were easy. . irwo worked for those Wrtlt.ye: AtJiUvtwa t.ilu,uUatt completed, VLaJor' sweet reward would prove, r- --0 But the ewrt rfivarrt of labor Th'at olt'ilmea vre dearly tarn, Waning foi jMdpatidit tfftit!if-" ' " ?: I.; a Itsson hard lo learn. Ob! how oft death's Icy flngera "Uhlll for ave the heart if tratli, tTbatj lifelong, Hva't fruition " Orsome rose-bued dream of youth Vork-on! toil onLe'er forgettlug, iVhen this life ortolHsjiiibt, 'Just bey6nd the blue" is waiting '-Labor'a eweet reward at lmt. j SALINE COUNTY JOURNAL is pubumikd every T:tuntAT, or 31 . J . L . 2C . S A 3t 1' S O iV j AT SALIXA, KANSAS. OKHtE. On Irn Aveatw, t!u ilWu .i" lotOttce. TERMS OK SL'lCHirTION" : OccCy,pneyenr . ; i...

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. — 19 April 1877

ttSE Fhe Sajine C&uflty Journal. rnURSDAYTrPRII 10, 1877. Onlj' a few lives woro lost fn tho St Xouis Southern Hotel fire. TIjo eit'd'onho'Souibcrn Hotel lately burned, was oiico occupied by -a Spanish fort"--- -'-.'"' n Kansas politics wae to , tnrcs cfsorr.o dread disease? Perhaps i f of the "buried past," but. tho husband's liver becoroos torpid, and I: 7 : r : r- . J I f I. .. -... U w rt . rt r .n m !.:.. .11. rt..MALI. A . - i V1 I I II I i I there is certainly every reason io. le rcPoru lul x I,uai " ""..." ,,.... u.uur, u.aagrucau.e lasio OllDerlOr IfflDOrtea Ufailff It ! , ; . . , . (inev come w me irom a very luuuuiu or uuueua, uaa ciiiuy suiibauuiiH, auerna-t 1 i O iovo that an Lastorn war i inevitable.. V-. . ,,. ..,. i,n mnotimr with rrro i.J onH Hnn f i.l T . r. tJ . L... .U .r.n. r. n,. . " ' . '. n . ... !-.. i ! f t-J- I . - ? . t - . I 1 oso tuat win create no mue sariaee oi-nis ooav. pain in nis siaes, rm "Tm tfl W w j - M ik "! MA "" flRBI Wbr MBhI BMr ' The ...

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. — 19 April 1877

un.x iari.1 in i i i 1 ui mM u 15 II " I M h f ? s(. m, P ... .. . n x. ti H -eaillie tiUlllliy uuiiiii. THUBSDAYrA-PRtL-19 4877. CommUstoncr'a Notice a. 5 Thorns. Dills .Allowed and Road Notices County. T. Tjlin.i J. Nelson. J, II. Sneatl. J Kn, Carlberff. -'-'W. aulllrnn. . . L. O. Wight. . Pacific Ilottsc. C.Ho"rnqT.8t. -LJL. Soiberg. 7 Jotin. Anderson Llbtey A'ponc. -Jew York -Store. Q.. J. LaVrBro "Jim. A. fj Grier. Mrs. Anna-C. Mend. Whitehead A Seaman. Obcr, Bond & WiUon. &mpbcll, .Vloan A Tu thill. Maryland, Dodj,'Q Moore. Town full ot ttrangers. Are wo to have spring races? Magnificent "growing weather." New fpringihats, at A. T, Grler's Last Sunday was a very warm day. Head Obcr. Bond & Wilson's new ad. For your wall paper go to A. T. Grier's. Sew books lor sale and hire :.t A. T. GricrV. A'great crowd of people in town last Satur day, - t Head Ober, Bond' Wilson's new advertise ment. Trees are nearly all well sprinkled with green., , - New clothing this week' ...

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. — 19 April 1877

wggifeytgtjctfrjns3attfiL t ujej..HM-ainJCs-zaasj Grasshopper Visitation?. A tabular statement ol tho visitations from grasshoppers in ail tho Wostcrn Statoa and Torritoties (Kansas and Mis souri oxL-ented). From tho voar lolo to The Dnmkard's Appetite. Thero was living not long since, in Brooklyn, a man who bad inherited from a drunken father a. appetite for rum. Ho was a hopeless drunkard. The table is as follows r Washington arid Oregon, 1827, 182S, 1831. 1855 and 1855 : California, 1838, 1855, 185Cj Indian Territory and Texas. 1 1 1845, 1855, 1836, I860 1807, 1074, 1875, , i 1870; Nebraska, 1860, 1807, 1868, 18UU, 1874, 1875, 1870 ; Colorado, 1855, 1804, 1865. I860. 1807. 1S68. 1873. 1874, 1875, iS7R.nii is? 1855 . iRfifi. 1857. 1808. j inir him 1S73; Wyoming and Idaho, 1845, 1852, 1 suffered and toiled unti 1855, 1873, 1874, 1875, 187G, Montana ,Ing and suflering and and Dakota, 1855, 1864, 1873, 1S74, 1875, lished their purpose Sho took her hu- MISCELLANEOUS AD VS. ,,.. v- . ....

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. — 26 April 1877

"-J " - ' CGsU ftd ur?-z,Ca tf It I It mfKSXSOCTS. jerjVt3 O CT-tf y if: 1 . f MJ H l I i & THE TOSD03 OFTHE SWAltOTTi "O fair, flwtlnjrrvra'low! wherrjwvc yoa been? O BWllt. clnnjring twallow! what have yon sent? - What nonKa-IiiT you hiuru? ., ' , - -wbxpwonderftil viI ? "What DtVs do you brinsr us, O sweet straying bird?" I hn wonderml Pn where Ilic urane-blowa, And t&e myrtlr loveth 'lie rel muk roet And the m-Wa I bring On my t'Uiicin? win? Is, Spring t coniiiip the bcauti.ul Spring." "Ollpht, wiaeewallowl has none of your band Cacghl but a glimpse orhat wonderiul laud v Where l.ove is to true It lustcth life through, And never tevks chanire, yet always Is new ? " We have traveled far to the East una West, In a'thouand lands we have built our nest, Hut the teiidtf fckles WhreLve never dies Must be sought not here, but in raracise " Harper's Wetkly. 2IY PEEIL AXD ESCAPE. X was a bold and JearlcsB girl, and my brothers and bisters often dated mo to go into lonely places i...

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. — 26 April 1877

"- - - -vssrsatur ; rtvAjM.CeZixsjszHZirJZCi- ccaxnt 1)1 Journal r3IUBSDAY7APHIL 20, 1877. DAWN OF THE NEW POLICT. Tho President has ordered tlio troopB from iho Stats Ilou60 in New Orleans, and by lhi3 titno tho order has undoubt ed' been put into effect. This net is the commencement of a now southern policy problem and the country at large anxiously awaits its solution. Tho "car-pot-bagger" steps down and out,and the "original" Southron etepa up to govern. Ben Hill lately paid, in speaking of tho duty of tho South, "wo must do all in our power to protect, eiovate, educato and advance tho negro." It tho South pursuesthat plainly marked path ofdutj in good faitlrand to thoond wo bhall hear no more oi "Southern misrule." It is now left with tho "chivalry" with the "better class" (as it is claimed) of Southern men to rostoro order and peace in tho i South. Great 16 the responsibility rest- with them. They have claimed ing from tho first that they been oppressed and ground dotvn by tho...

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. — 26 April 1877

fBBBBBKBBKKBIBBBKlESBiKtEKIUtBHHKKK onnaBEaastzta J lJ The Saline County Journal. TJI 0 KSD A Y, A P R I L 20, IS77. ADVERTISEMENTS' Ordtnincc No. 195 Citj. Special Bargains -'ardent & lUte. Watchmaker und Jenvler-rhilhp Splttlcr LOCAL. H. nail. F. Wahn. K. Carlbcrg. W. Sullivan. Q. A. Sdlberp. John Anderson . Libber fc Bonp. New York Store. Wight & Carroll. Mrs. A. T. Grlrr. J. C. Hrsh&Sou. I.ltowich & Wntmann. 1). &J. B. Whitehead. Ober, Bond & Wilson. Campbell, Sloan & Tuthili. Markland, I) oiIrc & Moore. Continuous tool u cither. Organs repaired at II. ilall's. Land seekers plenty in town. Court proceedings monotonous. The wheat is growing very fast. Keep your coal pile leplenished. And still the coal oil pans go out. New spring hats, at A. T, Crier's Grasshoppers left In tin Jurrli again. A "gushing" ra'n last Sunday night. Canned apples at J. C 1'ash & Son-. Court will close to-day or to-morrow. Go to tin- concert next Monday evening. For yo...

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. — 26 April 1877

n i J, '11 a Mmi-iMxiimm.SU.t!k-f-rn'rrrrtMjiMtcr-''-'tim The Invention or Functnatlon. Punctuation is peculiar to tbo modern languages of Europe. It waa wholly urTknown to tho Greeks and Kornans; and the languages of tho East, although ihcj- have certain inarka or sigiiB to in dicate tones, havo no regular Bjbtom of punctuation. Tho Komans and the Greeks also,it is truo,had certain points, which, liko those of tho languages of tho East, were confined to the delivery and pronunciation of words; but tho pauses were indicated by breaking up tho written matter into lines or par agraphs, not by marks resembling those in the modern system of punctuation. Jlcnce, in tho responses of tho ancient oracles, which woro genorally written down by tho priests and delivered to tho inQuirors.tho ambiguity doubtless inten tional, which tho want of punctuation involved, saved tho credit of tho oracle, whethcr tho OXDCCtea ovent was lavora- ble or unfavorable. As an instaneo of this kind, may bo cited...

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. — 3 May 1877

K VI I I! h 4 4-WOULD SOT 1AVE ALWAT. JIT THr. LATE DR. SJCnLtSBSBG . I would not lirf nlwayt !" "rt s.u , Where storm atler fMrni rises dark o ir Uic way. lew lurid morniHK that dan on '' &? . Are ousb for Ufc'swocs, fullcnougU lor Its thecr. I wouldjlot five af wy1h rvttnv d by ain Temntatlon without nwl rorn-ptlmi within; F'cn the rapture n pardon U mingled with rears, And the cui orthanVsj-iving with pvnilent tears. I woalrt not live nlwav; no welcome the tomli; Since .Testis has la'ii there. I ilrtml not im gloom ; Tlicre. sweet be mv rett till He bill me rie To hull Him in triumph dc-bcendlnf- the fcfcles. Who. rlo wculil live alwav away Irnm his God Away Irom yon Heaven, that blis-fiil abode . Where riven nf pleasure Jlow bncht o'er the piauiK, And the noouljde of glory eternally reigns? Thcrr-'alnt Fall aireB In harmony meet The Savior anil4)ti tkren trail-ported to prcct; While anihemi orraptun- unceasingly roll, And theTiinlle of thcXprd is the ft.a..t of the soul ' ,,...

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. — 3 May 1877

MrfHMaoeiMMBtfaEMBdM flio Saline Osuety Journal. dialled, ISatsxas. THURSDAY, MAY 8, IS77. GnU HDI A FAIE SHOTT. Tho Public Press of Loavcnvorth ad- Mr. Carter, (a very prominent citizen of ' operato to (brow a damper upon tho rotates that an invitation should bo ex- th" P'0. kd 8evcRral V"ml2 arnnd I Jrad J'ltT' J- C T , .. .... tho sneaker, with eves firmly fixed on have any reasonable objection to a him, at last his gazo fell npon his boot- healthy advance in tho price of grain, that city, and then that .Leavenworth ,0D (wujt.h was outBide his pants) then hot in the present case wo do not eec should banquet and diihco 'em in good with a look of, "Whose been hero since 'on prospect that any portion of the style Tho Press claims that bv so do- Iso been gone?" he raised his starboard i wheat supply now in our couutry will : i ,.:, ...mi un mnn ,n n,'rr?t;ta member, and not only attempted to send be taken at such figures as have now NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DRUGS, MED1UINEAS-, PINTS, OILS...

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. — 3 May 1877

J - f V Li h u i i d ,, ,, ,. , . I .. I llTO" valine bOUillY dUUlIMl.JIctcs. has "one to Kansas City, to reside per- 1 i ii ii1 L'UURSDAY, MAT 3, 1877. eas AD VKItTIEr.il ESTS. Iiclure frames E Lranibutte. Mlacellan)ua Ailvs tiro 1' Itowcil & Co. Conuty Treasurer's Quarterly" Itcport J B.HumUton LOCAU. P. Walin. K. Curlbcrg. - - - - ?j .' V. Sullivan. Q. A. Solberg. Sargent &ISatci. New York Store. "Went Carroll. Mm. A. T. Grier. TVbitetK'iKl & Seaman. Obr, Bond & Wilson. Cmibell. Slonn ATutlilll. Maryland, Dod.;e &. Moore. Fishing pretty tliin. Changeable weather. Flour is gold, these times. IKlicat Is tumbling down again. New spring hats, at A. T, Grier's Never did the fanner look hnppier. Horse race at the Park next Saturday. Plant one tree" on the School Park. -For your wall paper go to A. T. Grier'e. "Plant more trees" on the School Park. "Plant anotticr tree" on the School Park. Keep planting trees on the School Park. .New books lor sale and hire at A. T. ...

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. — 3 May 1877

A Ball on the Trac. Wren George Stephenson was before a committee who wore inquiring into the nature ot his locomotive," one farmer fnmmiUcts man. after heurinr? that nrob - ably tho unexampled ppoect of twelve miles an hour would bo attained, and re alizing that the machine could not leave its rails, sagely remarked : "But, Mr. Stenhoneon, supposing cows should got alizing that the machine could not leave on your track, beforo your engine .'" - ...!. . . . i, i t - "Well," replied tho inventor quicklyy'It would bo bad for tho cows." If tbo questioner had framed hiB query to refer to bovines of the masculine gen der, subsequent experience has bhown that Stephenson's reply might well havo been otherwise j for whilo tho average cow i6 run ovor, as a rule, except invol untarilj, bulls havo over and over again scorned to fly from locomotives, and, while being killed themselves, havo wrecked the aggrcssivo train. A re markable instance of this happened re cently in Virginia, just as a he...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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