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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 14 June 1877

PyLTp?-Z ? S?cJL r3 H ' mr HWHIII IWWW tm lnOTli r i CyCo 1 w v '! ii r JS3S22S2S2 DEARKR 'f JIAN IilFE. School was over, ami out of the loughl but-not unpicturosquo-Iog building" which t served for both church and JscjTooljhouso.in Iho little backwoods set tlement came rushing, in one tumultuous mass, a score- or more of sturdy boys and rosy-cheeked girls, oi all aged, from six tosixteen. , t . - j 'j TJio sharp Canadian winter had just j set in in real earnest, and the children's' merry voices rang out, clear and dis- tmctruppn tho koon Iroaly air, as,- halt wildwith delight; thoy-pped away-m'cr- rilyand noicily homewards. -inside lb c school-houeo a tall, fair was standing by tho black-! haired girl ' board, collecting her books, with a thoughtful, serious air that seemed to contrast btrangely with her dimpled checks, archly curving lips, and bright, Aparkling eyes. Suddenly, picking up a piece o! chalk, sho wrote upon the blackboard tho one word "rinibj and, turning toward the t...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 14 June 1877

The Saline Gcuoly Journal. flfetlixac. TCkitiiw. THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1877 Gov. Osborn is under orders to report nt Wtisliintrtcn for duly on Iho 1st of July. SALINE COUNTY'S SPLENDID EXHIBIT. Wo nro indebted to John Anderson, County Clei k, for the following exhibit days' fight be-' Montenegrins ati l-ii oui, onn.1 nun upon a uAjjiunauon oi ouga rass was tne nttcr and comDleto this phase of iho trading without male- repulse of the Turkish army. The losses SARGENT & BATES' SPECIAL HAKGAiXS. we dnotIdeft the world. On Change. ,as is the purchase of a barrel of flour fort The truth of the four A corroBpondcntaska us to givo him uomo consumption. No cannot, how-.tween tho Turks and information about the way in win knn.l F (miln nnflMtnw nnH nfhtr . r, i. ;....!. I 1 1 . uuatu w kuuw v,,,w.- , , oioaiinocouniybJgnt.u.lu,JuunuC5tulradojn ducoin lho CJly We pre- mg our article too long. Chicago Trib- were 4,000 Turks to 7,000 Montenegrins.! 'D4. TTT TlV- "U ni 4? CA14yir returns of 1877...

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 June 1877

v The Saline County Journal. "THURSDAY, JUKE 14, 1877- 2Tc-sr To-Day. ADYKBTISEiirSTS. Notice to Officers Oountv . Baled Proposals Opera House Association. Notice of Assessment Opera lloic Associntion. LOCALS. O. eitz. W. E.Weil. K . Carlberg. T. II. Terry. Taclflc House. Dr. Bertram. J. M. Snively. G. A. Solberg. vr. F. Gorver. Sargent & Bate. G. J, Lay & Bro. New York Store. Warner & Wrlgbt. Geo. B. Grnnahan. Ober, Wilson A Co. Whitehead & Seaman . A.. .1. Schwartz Bro. Mr. E. Blshoo started lor Wet Point. S. I MACHINE OILS AT SEITZ'S. j Wc are to have the Opera House at last. In j Y.. yesterday morning. He will be examined Mr. A. 18. neaii of the Mulberry Yalley, lias I tn, 'ssu? wm " JUU"" ""' IU' 7. " ', " " , for appointment to a cadetship on ttaSRhL, employed travelings for the , Jordoing 'SZaTL stationery house of S. A. Grant & Co.. of Cm. j - i m1(.mi nPXt Tues- MISCELLEAXOUS AD VS. DRY GOODs, GRQCimlEst HOOTS AND SHOES, ETC." inst. CASTOR OIL AT SEITZ'S...

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 June 1877

raigfeixrDCrfX3SfafrEgc. rrysz g'tJtTTJUoo,sOrg'',Lar'rjaj.jr,cvwjygr: South Carolina Society. change for his vianda. Tho great both oi tho arifitocr.ic' were' a problem how to earn' those big h incl by the war some steeped in pov- vies turoujrh the hues. In winter tiincj-r-r fi,.,,T-nTi,flif T.m we used to wear-coats down to our an- IJLUlllu JJLvi iii.x ILLu liUOci SALINA'BUSIA'KSSCAKDS. I am non- oflVrln? injarson anil thronjjh my acents, oac of the flat it and most complete tocic ot TT 2 IKT O 23 , Grspa Vines, Currants. Raspberries, Of course it was TIo rra:it hnilv nl thojiriRtonraev were a nrobletn how to currv tliose biir iab- ruineu by the war some stecpeu m p itrtt. tr llui w.it. lro .it nn.n "NJflt ! tOW vrft INII 111 U-fftl'-l-n.-lt.- (JO'iVIl lO OUT sank under tho blow into insanitj. kles, and we used to wrap the blankets' Others were seized with apathy and dc- around our bodies and go out witii our spair. The-lived on, as best the-were overcoats on to inspection, and pa...

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. — 21 June 1877

WWA s Vd w F ft 1.1 i f. i ( ! I MjfEMaMJl&fr THE WUl'f E.LA.DY. Oj.o'nigbt I eat alone, thinking and think'ing, and -wondering whether there was any truth in tho storj'jpf the 'Whito, Lady-of tho Hull, and whether, if thero'L were, I had tho courage to meet her for the story went that atn one who dared to meet, her and to sneak to her' should'havo what they aoked, though if voir meet her and were afraid to speak, somo great harm would corao dofhe Ihing worso than death itself madness or the palsy, or hlindtresfi, mayhap. Long jigo, heforo any living man's grandsiro was born, they said tho While 1adv was a fair woman and no vrraitb a Jair, meek woman, whom a king loved;- and thd Hall was tho placo whoro she dwelt; and sho woro jewels and fine garments, and servants waited on her, and tho king came often to the feast and to praiio and kiss her. And sometimes to would send a mos sago belorc he came, and bid her meet him under a great oak that stood at the hall gate; and sho alwaj-...

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 June 1877

irtatJAaiaaxaawBBaaacarii miiwjm The -Saline Ceuciy Journal T1IUJISDAY, J U.N H 21, I $77 The University of Oxford makes lien, Grant a Doctor of Civil Law. Leavenworth entertained the Kansas editors at their late convention in a right royal manner. Tho Central etatoB aro now talcing their turn at wet weather, and they are having lots of it. Rev. John S. O. Abbott, tho historian, died at Fair Haven, Conn., on tho 17lh inet., aged 71 j-cars. Among tho candidates for diplomatic appointments is Bret Ilartc, who would liko tho Chinese mission. Some statistician estimates that Amer ican tourists will spend somewhere about 8100,000,000 abroad this summer. The Public Press of Leavenworth is so well patronized that its proprietor has found it ncccssarj' to enlarge. Suc cess to tho Press. THE ABUSE Or KANSAS. Some Canadian, who inu&l hate Amer ica and Americans worse than the devil himself, has undertaken to write up his views regarding Kansas for the Toronto Globe. JIo writes from near 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 June 1877

WMJ.WWBW3BgqgWSPsalaJ.-rwiwn til . & ! I" if w The Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1877- XOyrBTTSKVESTS. Sealed Propcsals City. Quwtcrlr Repot City. For Sale or Irade W. B. Gels. Money to IOan-John Geis & Co. Notice G.5. Decker v. M. F. Lutz. Foot Power Machinery W. F. & John Barnei. LOCALS. O. Seltt. W.lJ.Weil. K. Oirlberg. T. II. Terry. " V G. A. Solberif. f C. Ilolnqvist. G. J. LnyAIJro. New York Alo re. fe Frank I. Mem-11. Geo. It. Grannlian. Obcr, Wilson & Co. Marldnnd, Dodjfe & Moore. 4 -f tie' '&' Cool nights. The New York Store. LARD OIL AT SEITZ'S. CASTOR OIL AT SEITZ'S. Commencement of the harvest. MACHINE OILS AT SEITZ'S. , New spring hats, at A. T, Grler's The harvest moon shines brightly. Harvest hands begin to accumulate. LUBRICATING OIL AT SEITZ'S. The recent overflow causes no sickness. Foryour wall paper go to A. T. Grier's. Baccn and hams, at Ober, Wilson & Co's, For leather nets go to Charles Holmqvist's. Mr. J. A. Shaw has re...

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. — 21 June 1877

Ec3gt"''ltuariaasw a jl ami mjjuuervrm ft TcKfxiyai. A BLOCEABIMiUXmi LN LOVi:. sinjjb out agin, "Another steamer on the J starboard bow ; can sec four 'of cm now. "Spin him that yarn, Bill, about that Vir; appear to bo coram' this way.' j pkjpper that got gal-struck," said the ohl "'The devil pays tho old man; 'in j r.ailor ; "not as 1 considers in anythm' t00 soon, bj Jove! Hard a starboard, i agin him, 'cause, of course, he couldn't anj around wo went, and soon lost sight, holp it. Thcro tonics a lime in the his- of 'cm in tho darkness. ; lory of every man, whether ho bo a sail- "It won't do to try hero to-niht,'1 or-man or a chap -as lives ashoro, when i6ays the old man to tho mate; 'they'll bo some woman will git tho woather-gauge i00 much on the look out. 1 reckon of him, and ho bo to make a fool of his- We'll run out around the Frin' Pan and sell on her account. I've donoitmysclf, teo if wo can got in by Fort Fisher.' I and can't say as 1 regret it ; and you, "Well, tir, you ...

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. — 28 June 1877

7 . Mt-r M-W&-y C CAm0 tsL-trdc-. Crtn 6LL& ammmmmmmmmKmBBBBwmmmiauBmmmamamammmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmBmmamBmmmmammmmmmaamammmmtmm'''mBmmmmmmmiiaBrrmmmmmmmMMMmmui iict , .-.-.. i,; ... i i ., .. , ...j- , , , , , . U r V TURNING THE TABLEi Ono practiclo joko has lasted me a life time. When anyone invites mo now to what "Martin called "a bit of executive pleasantry," 1 saj-j, "Noj eicuse mo j I don't believo in pleasantry." The fact is, somo people have their fun distrib uted for them along the pathway of lite, l uad mmo showered on mo all in tono day Cleared tho whole thing off, so to speak, in ono job, and havo been solemn ever since. When I bought that box at Scarbor ough, and wont into tho idyllic thing, with dogs and grapvmes, and pruning Jcnivcs, I boliovc thero wasn't a prettier cottage in cstcncstcr. it was such a bowery and blossoming place, with its big, inviting verandah, smothered in honeySucklo and climbing roses, and its cool lawn, that you maj be sura I had lots of go...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 28 June 1877

The Saline Ccunty Journal. THUJISDAY, JUNE 28, 1877 .lames Gordou Dennett has returned from Europe. Prof. Itilcy thinks Kansas will seo no moro of grasshoppers for many j'ears. To mcasuro an aero: Two hundred and nino feet on each bido, making a sqtiaro aero within an inch. .Robert Dalo Owen, tho eminent au thor and spiritualist, died at JJako George, N. Y., on tho 21th inst. Tieo's predictions: Juno 2Gth to 30th, cloudy and threatening, with heavy local ram storms. Warmest day, 29th. Tho United Slates Circuit Court, re cently in session at Leavenworth, has , adjourned until tho second Monday in July. Tho Popo has appointed lit. Rov. Louis M. Fink, present vicar apostol ic of Kansas, to bo Archbishop of this State. Grant still continuos to rcccivo the honors of all classes of pcoplo in Eng land, logolhor with deputations from Scotland and Ireland. Austin, capital of Texas, went .Repub lican tho other day, and tho Domocrats arc wondering if thoy aro roally losing ground in the Lono S...

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. — 28 June 1877

i J 5 The Saline County Journal. mtJBSDAY, JUNE 28, 1877- ADVr.ETiatiIK.TS. Wanted J. M. Anderson. Star of the West U. Behr. Ordinances Na. 203 and 201 City. Xew Advertisement Geo. P. HowU A Co. LOCALS. O. SalU. W.E. Weil. K. Catlbcrg. T. II. Terry. G. A. Solbcrg. ; Culp & Wickliara. G. J. Lay A Bro. Xew York 5tore. Mrs. A. T. Grier. Geo. B. Graaahan. Ober, Wilson & Co. Campbell, Sloan & Tuthill. Marlclancl, DodgoA Moore. The Xew York Store- LARD OIL AT SEITZ'S. Business lively all the time. Rainiug some this moniing. CASTOR OIL AT SEITZ'S. The peach crop will be good. And still the new-comers come. MACHINE OILS AT SEITZ'S. New spring hats, at A. T, Grier's Steamboat pretty well patronized. We are in the midst of the harvest. LUBRICATING OIL AT SEITZ'S. Fourth of July next week Wednesday. For your wall paper go to A. T. Grier's. Everybody wild over the glorious harvest. New books for sale and hire xt A. T. Grier's. Leave your orders for Ice at the City Bakery. 'Clothing ...

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. — 28 June 1877

' IVliy Thin Woman Arc Always Unfortunate in Smuggling. Roccnlly thcro landed in this city, from n European steamer, two ladies molhor and daughter, ylltuough mar other ladies landed from the same steam er, theso two attracted tho attention ot the rovenuo olficrcs for tho reason that thoir iacos were of tho order of female architecture known as tho"hatchct-faco." Undoubtedly thoj' were, to a certain ox tont, thin women, for not only have wo tho lOBtimony of the officers to that effect, but tho sovcro treatment to which thoy were subjectod can be accounted for on ly upon tho well-known fact thnt thin women aro always tho objects of Custom JIou&o suspicion and hostility. J3elow Iho level of tho neck, however,thcsotwo womon were, to tho average eyo, decid edly plump. Their waists were large, and their skirts wcro as cxpansivo as though thoy encircled tho ample legs of a professional iat woman, bcorcs of other womon, almost as fully dovolopcd in point of waist and skirts, wcro per m...

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. — 5 July 1877

I ZSSSSE, dU a, -5 y?i - 7 &l M-zLj U-o aL y V iiijjijiiiiiiiwrMiinn n ii h i Jua-iiui"ya pm 1 1 ' u" WJ" tmiumjuii .' h i I 1 ' I BEETHOVEN'S TIERCE EYES 'i&'X, . ; HerJUajeaty the Empress has ginc-i ionslv; commanded that Beethoven's! "Fiiieho" be given on her birthday. Herr Umluuf, the "Vienna opera direct or, sighed deeply as he read theso lines. Who was to ing .Leonora ? Since Anna ililderHatiptraannfj for whom Beclho von wroto tho part, had gone to the Court Theater, in Berlin, "Fidclio" had been lying quiet among the manuscripts;, lor Rcrrumlauf had not tho luck to discover a new and equally capable Leonora. Ho sighed, although ho did think of WilhclminoSchroeder. "I've no choice," ho suid at last. "Tho Schroeder is the only Binger in all Vienni who has com pass enough. Her lyric parts, her Em m'eline and her Agatha, 1 shall never forget; but even if she can sing Leonora her extreme youth puts playing Leonora out of the question. And of all roles this loses the mest 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. — 5 July 1877

cVto.fcragargSvsfccsapt-tg.wg'.H i jfcocapm-'tmcsgiLVM.K sx9rn9mKU2Ia' . . . ' f .. - . i ..i- - -t ..t. In,? 1. ..,.. Ttin Stnir nf linn Tf1i:.l.i.-t.. "T:!i:, t-- n n I- A. ,j . T,-Wl imcnt neaMhocxnosition buiiding.whicti 01 wo rresuyiman ciiuuii nu iUU iUU8- .j .. .Un.u.... ..... nun, IllS Ud'ihU L'tuLly .JUUHioU . nerfeet in every respect and an- ic, which consisted ol patriotic song?, SARGENT & BATES' SPECIAL BARGAINS. Snliisn. 3EELraxia.d. THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1877 The Deda- A Glowing Tribute. ue La-rtllicni. Sci.crHniv. x V .mnio n.--,. - Another cm ious will contest has just William Curtis delivered the chancellor's "WTJ TJO WOT DEFY TPH E YvOKLX ... .. ,- ,! I t. !. -- . tit. -.... ir. nnnnmnom IVlflnt. UldUUCd OV OH. SUrPlV HUB C.UU 1.1 gnail- u uij,u....i.v.r -- , fininmiim. .1 l,Kn ,..,,,. nf,l,,,ru H.Jr.a tit tho nnmmnrnn,nn, of !-; ly improving in skill. At about half ration of Independence was read by Mr. ter against fathei'and the father, is a collcgo to day, and i...

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 July 1877

MuaaiimMaMaM sz f.l', M I? ' i'i ! ' " 'Wt w'jta'J ;aMataBCTgrvB3c - j. Z- jfe'!' fi" '.""I1"" ll"""J y " Wy HI J lllll III I III .11 H ii,.. .;.)... i yti i&aUfiifadaiU tMhrtMaiSb iwa The Salftte County Journal.! THURSDAY, J ULY 5, 1877. ADVERTISE! KMS. Oswego .Starch Kingsford. Sheriff's ale 5am. I'. Long. Vibrator; Thnebcrs Nlchola, lupard & Co. Notice of Assessment Farmers' Elevator JUsocia-tion. 0. icitr. W.E. Weil. K. Carlberg. T. II . Terry. A. J.tndgreu. C. A. Solberg. J. H. SniTcly. J. C. McQajry. Jones & Walton. G. J. Lay&Bro. Xcw York 5lorc Mrs. A. T. Grlcr. Geo. B. Granaliau. Ober, Wilson & Co. I.OCAL1. ut Wanted A servant girl todohouaeworkin a small family. Inquire at the lumberyard of Culp & Wicklmm. It is said that from a Ii ill southwest of town a. person can look upon 25,000 acres of wheat. A delightful sight! "Ten gallons for health." The lecturer said j I if: woe f ni tlilri rtnw miowv will nnnltr fliie tn ' themselves ? Alas, too many. Mr...

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 July 1877

r... ir:r..,iM,.1. r t. TUifuinilniik- nf C!r Walter Scott Abtotfeford. In some portions of thu world May is ,..t,H-....l .... nnnrnnilinilA m.ml I for lUll'lUUlUU tkll Ull v.i.ww ,.-w--..- iiuwtri ui pulu a wut.w... .- tnairjmonv, ani una cmmiiiu:! is sliuj.ij - ,,v.. .. . i .1. . ... . .. ' ..!.. 4li i.i'.nwl if trir Itini'BiniCni UliUll Wi held t:i Scotland, waiter aeon was a " I"".. - ;; "-,, vorv eniblo man, and yet be could not than in contributing to tne amu.ement resist tho power ot eueh a notion, mis ui ihmm.u. a.v, .v... ...d was shown in tho marriage oy mis compan.un, .. u -.. -b - of his daughter Sophia to ! manner, and It was very pleasant to see John G. Lockhart. Tho auth-him with his two sona at the Aquarium or had imnortanl engagements in Lon-i the other day, but all ibis will not a.one don whilo the wedding was in prepare- for shortcomings in regard to tho pnn tion, and it was appointed tbo last day , cess in tho eyes of the generous people (but one) in April. Scott...

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 July 1877

A GREEN U0. .Mtf" "No, -Mx&aTJE&TiEj iny big brown pearl," dre3 genelopcT Gardner,'! hato email men?' """ Marguerito Alien-was indeed of fair Bizo, and BoraewhaVof a brunette ; but Penolopo was no lily herself. Her beauty for sho bad a fair share was rather of the aggressive and full-blooming sort that is'npt to "make remarks." "You do?" was Marguerite's undis turbed reply. "I suppose that means Tom Ljnn, just now, because he's silly enough to admire you. You'll soon help him got over it. I don't believe you'vo fooled him very badly, anyhow." The color in Penelope's cheeks deep ened a little, for "tho pearl" was seldom known to miss her littlo shots, and tho roply camo without any drawl : "Pom Lynn? Who spoke of him? All I said was that I hato small men." "That moans you'll marry one, ono of theso days, 1 suppose," respdnded Mar guerite. "What do you mean?" asked Pene lope. "Why, Pen," said Marguerite, "re morseless women like you always marry tho kind of men they hato. You ...

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 July 1877

BiujyjiWLiinaiWi The Salino Ouety Journal. SatZlao-. Xmxtmcum. THUKSDAY, JULY 12,1877 Frederick William Hacklacndcr, tho Gorman traveler and author, is dead. Tice has not predicted very correctly concerning the weather of this month. 16 ho losing his grip? "Tho laborer ih author ol all great ness." Another ultcranco from Gen. Grant which will become famous. Dogs, last year, destroy od 3,000,000 sheep in tho United States, whoso ag gregate valuation is near!' 88,000,000. li i im WWO GALLANTLY FE1ED. Of courso a person is disagrooably af fected sometimes at tho spirit of toady ism shown by tho British people towards distinguished men who bavo visited proud Albion's shores. Tho Shah of Por- bia was greeted as if ho woro a demigod. Olhor scions of royalty havo boon ro coived and probably over will bo rcceiv aA wiih ilia samo "irush. Uul never havo tho Britons before done themselves so proudjas in tho reception thoy lately gavo our distinguished ex-President. No royal blood flows 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. — 12 July 1877

wsmiLiJ" iw . C ' M MHta The Saline County Journal. fHURSDAY, JULY 12, 1877. ADrXUTIBKKENTS. BoJ KotlctB Conntv List of Bills Allowed County . Affraement Jol Thomas and H. Lclr, denied Proposal School District No. 2. LOCALS. II Hull. O. eltz. W.E.Wcll. K. Carlberg. K. R.vritzer. U. A. Solberg. PUcc & Morris. G. A. W. Bone. rgcnt & Bates. G. J. Lay&Bro. Kew York Store. J. C. Bash & Son. Shute, 1111 & Co. Mrs. A. T. Grier. Ober, Wilson & Co. Msrkland, Dodge & Moore. .& 4 ..4 ' The New York Store. Spring crops growing grandly. New spring bats, at A. T, Grier's Machine Oils, at Sf.rgent & Bates'. 100 empty barrels for sale nt 0. feeitz's. Buy canned Fruit of J. C. Kash & Son. The elevator men begin to see business. Meat meat meat at Sbute, Hall & Go's. For j'our wall paper go to A. T. Grier's. For your Ilats ro to the Xcw York Store. Leave your orders for ice at the City Bakery. New books for sale and hire Jit A. T. Grier's. Bacon, Fish and 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 July 1877

7.m juj.ituL u-jny t -L . L-jyiL-.lJ.KI plodc6, in a mai.nor that is said to havo been perfectly awful. The rest is soon j z told. 3Jrs. W.. in tears, went to a neigh- hor'a for the night and to her mother e I MISCELLANEOUS ADYS. 'TH. STREITZ, i)jy Toast. The man who alhvuss beats when ho' argys with himgelf aljwues. gits beat wncn no argya with others. Dora lor tho night and to her mother sij -, 4,5 r,noTn4'T ilen ov excellent iaduement often hr the next daw declaring that f.hc would ' XTaCHCol feriaiiSlSliXJLl never, never livo with Wiikins again. I saiin"a, - Kansas. tho least executive ability. And it is confidently believod that she will keop her word at lea6t until this cruel war is over Cleveland Leader. If i hav got to hav cither a weak friend or a violent enemy, I say, giv mo the enemjv Truc "courage never givs up until it gits boat, but then givs it up gracefully. When yu uim akrost a man who neither flattery nor abuse won't stimu late, lot him alone he haz gone to seed. T...

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