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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 19 July 1877

V-cf' yV y. s J r - l .if -v , 7 ! t .. P: I 7 THfe FATAL MARK. 'All was gayet' at lhat .doeervbdly admired and popular spajCbaudlontainc, ia spot moro highly gifted by naturo than any other in Belgium. The un usual circumstance of a marriage having taken placo thcro to the great amuse ment And satisfaction of the visitors and immediate neighborhood and the real joy of the parties concerned, filled tho persons congregated on tho occasion with perfect ecstasy. JalesDuylvtor,sub&ltcrn in the French lancers, had loft his division ot the army in Spain, having received a sovere wound at the battle of Salmanca, which compelled him for a time, by the advico 'of his medical attendunts, to seek tho ro Viving air of bis native hills, situated in tho vicinit3T of Liege. Arrived hero, be quickly recovered, and had already made up ins mind to leave the neignborhood of Claudfonttune, when ho accidontJy met Jillo. Ualhere, a bwiss by birth, who was hero enjoying at once the pleasures of societ...

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. — 19 July 1877

fcr? ggcu,ynuac-- Fho Saline Gcusty Journal. THURSDAY, JULY 13, Ii77 Montgomery Blair is a candidate lor the Maryland Legislature. A type-setting match was ono of the There are three illustrated poems I Cat, ism-tt. attractions at the fair grounds Xcw Or- i 'y Lareom's '-Friend brook' Thomas ' ffiJr, ,;;;;;; ;;; 7 8H'!!wow 'k..o q,i.. q,!. i. ,. .,., ' Davidson's spirited Scotch ballad, "The suswieu-iroisteti war . .. .-."" tf.WoS leans, on bunday, olu. Itit two comnc- T . -n, , , ... n . . , American civil war ' w ' . - J ,, i, ., i ,Jcet;Blaek Groom," with illustrations iheoAh i 700 oos-coo , mora put in appearance, Mr. L. Alexan- by j?redcnoks, and Mrs. Spofford's "In- i The santb ,. ;;;;;. . .;;; faoAWrJ jder, of the Democrat, and Sir. Win. side Plum Island," with threo illustra-1 Austrian n.i mucin ttw, iSgc. . 7,yS'oa)'So Bennett, of the Price Current. When tions by lirichcr. ' iEX0'- ' rrsaeo-rrussianwar. " 3,0X)ioco!o03 MISCELLANEOUS AD VS. Tholrombi bocomo firmer that none ...

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 July 1877

i I r - l i The Saline County Journal. 4777 II. Hallutt & Co. .Notice to Stockholders T. L Baml. ADVEETIfcKMtNTS. LOCALS. II Hall. O. Sc-itz. , t w.r. wcii. ',- K. Carl berg. - - G. A. Sol berg. G. A. V. Bone. Sargent A Bates. 0. J. Lay S Bro. " - " Xkw York Store. '" f J J. C Ka6b & Sou. " - lmtc, Hall &Co. Mrs. A. T. Grler. Ober, Wilson &. Co. MarLlatid, Doilgo &M001. "", '- Canned Cora Beef. Canned Baked Kuan. Canned Jellies and Jains. Canned Cranberry Sauce. Canned Boulses Pig's fete. At Ober, Wilson & (Jo's. To make room for fall stock we will -give j Twenty-fire barrels of machine 0:1, at the, DIED, you bargains in every thins in dry goods and , very lowest prices, at Seitz's. j 3?4T" oX '4 !Sh J. ' ft clothing at the Xew York St0r. i Opbir was rtlieruf Mrs I: JIcAllaster, of tb.s place They never FUHX1TURK, IIAKDWAKL. STuVliS TINWARK. encouraged us to write for It, and , hesitated hut once ("about bonds.) his they thought was premature, but thov inapoy...

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. — 19 July 1877

Bumaujim jjmuiiwM&tmmmw&.T - fmrrTWKJhmijfni ;jhwxj-si. i HifirwjirtLaarcgqKgBgig?a Colors Iked by the Anclcnls. Tho following intoroBting statements concerning tho colore used by tho an cients, aro taken from tho celebrated lec ture by Wendell Phillips, on "Tho Lost Arts :' "Color is, wo say, an ornament. We dye oar dresses and ornament our furni ture. It is an oranraent to gratify the eye, but tho Egyptians impressed it into a new service; for them it was a method of recording history. "Somo parts of their history wero written : but when they wanted to elaborate history,thoy painted t. Their colors are immortal, clso wo could not know of it. Wo find upon tho stucco of thoir walls their kings holding court, their armies marching out, their crafts men in tho shipyard with tho ships float ing in the dock j in fact, wo traco all their ritos and customs painted in undy ing colors. "The .French, who went to Egypt with Napolean, said that all the colors were porfoct, except the g...

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 July 1877

7 1 s &-C S y-Vv y. ', 7 - THREE BEAUHFULPEraCESSES. Early in his reign, Mobsraraod ot Gro nada, bad found among tbo captives in ono of bis forays into tbo. territories oi tbo Christians, a damsel of transcondont beauty. The fair captive and the old duenna who had been taken with her, were consigned to tbo royal harem, and in duo time the former mado the Moorish sovereign (called the left-handed king) the proud and happy father of threo lovely daughters, all born at a birth. Hohamtned could havo wished tboy bad been sons, bat consoled himself with tbo idea that throe daughters at a birth were pretty well for a man somewhat stricken ;o years and left-handed. Ah usual with all Moslem monarebs, ho summoned bis astrologers on this happy event. They cast tbo nativities of the throo princesses and shook their heads. "Daughters, O king !" said the sages, "aro always precarious property: but these will most need your watchfulness whon thoy arrive at a marriageiblo age; at that time gath...

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 July 1877

wmaemm" " i8WY V 4rtnm-iiisxr.-rnriscXE5M iji'iiaii rite Saline Osuoty Journal. Till USD AY, JULY 20, LS77 treat, and (ully 1.000 men lully armed and Kiinnlind with nmmnnitinn. followed in pursuit. news regarding tbo t Some of Ujc troops ilred at tbe citizens, cither of modern times It J acciucinany or iiiieiiuonany, as uiey uimcu THE WAR OF THE STRIKERS. Wo devoto considerable space to summary oi" tbo greatest "strike" is tbo all-important and all-absorbing topic of Iho hour. The country breath lessly await tho b inallcst item of nows and discusses it with the greatest avidity. Nothing has happened since tho war of iho -rebellion to agitato and affect all classes of pcoplo as this groat rising of tho Commutio." It has como to bo ad mitted as nothing moro nor less than a Commune, and its fanaticism, outrages and sins of commission aro just as diro sb those of any commune that ov-, or ruled Paris. Liberty street. In a very few moments they thero by thousands carrying off all they qui...

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 July 1877

R s - r- r illWBMilMWMi ! iwiiiiii'i ! nHm,nmixuiiMnmimmm'lamyLmx-jmiuiamjBaB iiiw n ! ! i.'jmujMmJL-mlmjm,mv iajini.il mmummija-mi ih.fmm m t , ..reii !,. i'i.U lii . uuupi nr ,j. jw, ' The'Saline County Journal. raCRSDAl', J ULY 26, 1877. Konov ,M u I I . r. .a. PaVileVr "' ir ,c Mtu-saw .OrUiuar.CH J. us. 2j5 aail 2tiG City. Notice to Stoctholdtrs T L. Bond. Publication Notice Geo. A. Everhart, Attorneys at Law Splvey & Crawford Excanion to Denver 8. SI. Fergusou. New Advertisements Geo. P. Eowell &. Co. ADVEETISEilECT3. LOCALS. n. 1111. O. 3citt. F. Eobb W.E.Weil. K. Carlbcrg. r , G. A. Solberp. G. A. W. Bone. G. J.Lay&Bro. Xcw York .Store J. C. Eaab & Son. .Shute, Hall & Co Mrs. A. T. Grier. Tresein A Warren. Ober, Wilsou & Co. Whitehead & Saara&n. Kingman, Anderson &, Co. Sf arkland. Dodge & Moore. ' , ' - -. & --" 5 J Strike ! Don't strike. The New York Store. Boys busy flyiujr kites Ripe tomatoes in market. Grain market unchanged. ...

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. — 26 July 1877

. I'lWMJHMSW! v'-swr - - tjyfi.-Hf'-'ifimT , ?333Eearr"F'r'i$r W!l'?V-Ni?jClsSBi' ajEBSH?" Cjcloacs and Tornadoes. Tho Chicago Inter-Ocean says tbei alarming iiequoncy of destructive tor nadoes or cyclones this souson natural ly suggests inquiry as to tbo causes of' such storms and tho laws governing them. Tho Whirl-wind that destroyed the village of Pensuukee, Wis. (on the1 west side of Grcon -Bay), may bo taken I as tho typical ono of tbo sonos that have mado tho storm record of tho summer ono of tho roost remarkable There had been a day of intense heat, followed by indications of a sovero thundor-6torm. Suddenly it became dark, and a mighty cloud reaching down Iiko a bugo funnel shaped column of smoke, to tho very earth, swept from tbo north wost. As in tho ordinary whirlwind, tbcro was a double motion a rapid forward move ment with tho prevailing wind and a whirling or revolving motion. Every thing in tho path of tho tornado was lit erally ground to pieces. Near tho river this w...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 2 August 1877

:.r..'-rrfFi- mw mmi MniTiii iiii,iiiiii win hi ia i m -"-- '.ww .wB.fMkW I (JEX. LYOX. A Xevr ami Interesting Acconnt oflhc Rattle of Wilson's Creek. Tho day of the Tildon and Hendricks rocoption I mot, among othors, Uol. T. li. Snoad, chief ot tho staff of Sterling Price, who was in every pitched battlo fought by tho armies ot Kansas and .Missouri. Ho is a St. Louis man, and was an editor negotiant, and amateur politician, and has an encaginir address, and superior powers ol narration. Col. Sncad is now a citizen of .New York. 1 wrote immediately after his statement, in the midst of the busy scenes of that day, bis gonerous tribute to Gen. Lyon. "Lyon," said Col. Snead, "was the greatest man 1 oversaw. That has been my statoment everywhere 1 felt it and said it tho d:iy we held that memorable iuiv.iv.uw w10ia uuuitf viui iiuu ut uju Planters' house, St. Louis. Ho was ;. :, r:.. i .:.u u: . -t. Jeff. Davis over again, but not as nar row and prejudiced as Davis. ILo vas Davis, howev...

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. — 2 August 1877

The Saline G&uBty Journal. THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1877. freight traffic has boon gonorally re Humed throughout the country. About 20,000,000 is the amount of propert' destroyed at Pittsburg, which the city is bound in law to pay. What has bocome of JSTobIo L.Prentiu? Ian't it about time that ho was writing up some account of his European trip? The banking troubles. have subsided, noney has become easier and no more failures are anticipated in banking circles. Henry King has commenced publish ing in thoCommonwealthJiis editorial excursion letters. They are well written and very interesting. The unterrifiod Democracy of Ohio, met at Columbus on the 2.3th. R. AI. Bishop of Hamilton was nominated for governor on the fifth ballot. Dispatches Jvom all parts show an im proved condition of affairs throughout tbo'country. Thoro is a firm belief that the -disorders of the strikers are at an end. No dividends whatever wore paid last yoar on over $1,400,000,000 of railway stock, and the aggreg...

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. — 2 August 1877

The Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1877 nSTe-w To-ZDay. I.OCAI.ti. F. Koll. W.K. Weil. U. A. SolliiTg. O. .T.T.ny.tIlrn. .1. C kasli A. .Son. - " '. Aliutc, Hull A Co. A ; Mis. A. 'J'. Ork-r. " Ober, Wilbon . Co. Kingman, Amlereou A Go. Marklumi, Dodge A Moore. IPheat very low. Grand corn weather. The moonlight is fading. New spring hut?, at A. T, Grior's Episcopal eiitrifainmcnt to-nijjht. How about thoo proposed new bridges ! Conncllinitn itorg is now acting Mayor. For j'our wall paper go to A. T. Grier's. "Some hot weather this week. I.tell ye !" Meat meat meat at Shute, Hull & Cos. Leave your orders for Ice at the City Bakery. Npw book? for sale and hire it A. T. Grier's. Another ploasaut picnic at the park yester day. Straw hats for the million at Ober, Wilson A Co.'s The beat place to buy boots is at .1. C. HhsIi A Son's. Freight trains have commenced running in to Snlina again. Go to J. ;. Rush A Son's for boots and shoes. Flour fell dxty cents on the hundred ...

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. — 2 August 1877

-2H The Man lVho Grew. Orio day last week a Detroit mocbanic wbb going down Michigan avenue, and bocamo favorably impressed with a pair ot pants hanging in front of a cheap clothing Btoro. The prico was low, the goods seemed all righi and bo mado up his mind to purchase. "I gif you the word of Andrew Sback son dat dose pants are sbust liko iron," said tho dealer. "I warrants dem efery dime." After three or four days' wear the purchaser found the bottoms of the pants crawling toward his knees. It was a bad case ofshrinkago, and he went back to the store and said : "You swindled me on these pants. See how they have shrank I" Tho dealer looked him all over, felt of his bead, pulled down the pants and finally said : "I shall give you 81,000 a month if you 11 travel with me. "How what?" "You are sbust growing right up at tho rate or two inches a day, and l takes 3'ou aroundt the country on exhibition. Dose pants are shust as long as efer, but 3'ou have grown ondt off dem." "I don't belie...

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. — 9 August 1877

m ONLY A HUSK. Tora Darcj, yet a young mun, had grown to bo u very hard ono, At hourt ho might have been all right if his head and his will had only been all right; but those being wrong tho whole machine was going to tho bad very fast, though thero were times whon tbo noart felt something of its old youthful yearnings. Tom iiad lost his place as foreman of the great machine shop, and whntrnono7 bo now earned came from odd jobs of tink ering which ho was ablo to do hero and there at privato houses ; for Tom was a genius as well as a mechanic, and when his head was steady enough he could mend a clock or clean a watch as well as he could set up and regulate a steam engine and the Jatter he could do bet teo than any other man ever employed by tho Scott Fallo Manufacturing Com pany. One day Tom had a job to mond a broken mowing machine and roaper, for which ho received 35 ; and on tho fol lowing morning he started out tor his old haunt tho village tavern. He know that his wife sadly nee...

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. — 9 August 1877

-mrvymsmfity A Wff . , Stem f he Saline Cemoty Journal. THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1377. In a lottor to tho secretary of war, General Sherman expresses tho belief that with proper garrisons at tho forks eend" from InW ... ... rr . i graphic account of Tuesday i of tho Little and Big Horn rivers, tho . h,ch convoy8 a vivid idea of tl Gen. Grant has arrived in Italy, and was at Lako Como on Monday. Tho Gorman and Austrian Emperors meot to-da', to talk over war questions. Tho fall term of tho State .Normal .School, located at Emporia, will open on tho fifth of September. William li. Ogden, once prominent as :i railroad man in tho Northwest, diod atJow York, last Friday morning. J. E. Jlastall, prosont editor of the Junction City Union, is to rotiro from that paper to attend to private business. bioux will nover bo able to regain pos session of tho country they have hither to occupied. Tho General thinks the re gion from which tho savages aro thus excluded wjll bo quickly occupied by settlers ...

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. — 9 August 1877

,-. The Saline County Journal. mUKSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1877 2iTe-7- To-IDay. ADVKRTISKVEVTd. Notice County. Oculist T. E. Unerwood. Stone Cutter Janus Watann. LOCALS. K. Ilobb ti. A. soIIntk. Nt-w Yolk a'lore. G. .1. 1.B)iI!ni. .1. C. RahASon. .Shute, Hall Jt Co Mra. A. T. Grler. Twain A Warren. Ober, Wilson 4 Co. Markland, Dodge i Moore The New York Store. Quails are numerous this season. Some little political talk already. New spring hats, at A. T, Grier's The new street lamps are a success. School election to-day. Turn out all. Ribbons, cheap, at the New York Store. Meat meat meat at Shute, Hall & Co's. For your wall paper go to A. T. Grier's. Col. Phillips is expected home next week. Leave your orders lor ice at the City Bakery. New books lor sale and hire at A. T. Grier's. ".Snow cream" another attraction at Seltz's. Several drizzling rains during the past few days. ' The rough characters have about all left town. For your Dres Goods go to the New York Store. Straw Hats lor the ...

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. — 9 August 1877

rriiieely "Wickcdnes. house a bufliciency for thrco montns or Lucy Hooper, 'in her Paris letter to ' nioro, it shows thai he will .bo a moro tho lhilndclphia Telegraph, gives the tliun ninety days' wonder, in farming following bit of scandal, which, she says, i operations, and that ho is not sleeping has set all London to tattling : I in his house alter a drunken frolic. "The details thereof have only reach ed Paris within the last low days. Pos sibly,nhcy ma' not yet have crossed the Atlantic. Of courso I could not think ol giving thorn, but will toll you,instcad, a proUy little fairy story. "Oneo upon a timo a lovely princess camo out of tho North to marry a gal lant young Prince, who was heir to tho throno of a groat nation. Now, tho gat lant young Princo aforesaid was not quite so stead' as his doting mamma and his futuro subjects might havo wish ed, but everybody said, 'Oh, tho Prin cess is so beautiful and gontlo that ho will bo suro to lovo her very doarly,and thon everything...

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. — 16 August 1877

Jk -$' ? C .. -? a. a,- jl ST'.-W"-'"-' '5tXH-- 4 s -' .- ,. -- II ' I) '. 1 "TILE STAR SPArfGLED BAffSKR." O! set j on Jer Hag n tlic iUwu'm early light 'J hat so faintly c saw inonr war's twi. .... ''fflit gleaming. nose Lroad stripes and bright stars now ret eal to our Eight, O'er llic Nation's high toner, the Union's lull mcauitig Not the rocKtt's red glare not bovius but ot itis: in an , JUut Peace tellb now the old flag it still there; And again does the Star fancied Manner now wae O'er I lie laud of the free and the home of the braie ZouUeilU Courier Journal SEA It SHO J! K. Karlh if our little island home, Andllearin the neighboring (ontniuil, Whence winds to crcrj Inlet come, With balmlt-M wut. And temkrest whispers thence we hear from those who lately sailed across. They me lie Mill; (.nice Heat en la near, l)t nlli is not lew From mountain slope orinrtve and balm, What mi Iodic s rrt the narl What rocmoiicsrilPiile through the calnil e'll Ke l) ue 1IPJ1JP mm it w w Af t n...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 16 August 1877

i-rHy'iftW.-" ' MJ- - iWjf V The Saline C&uaty Journal. Snllna. TCwtthm. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1877, Kentucky .Republicans will bo tnoro numerous in tbo iioxt logislaturo than for sovoral years past. We givo in anothor column tho par ticulars of tho lato battlo with tho In dians, which almost rivals in tho loss of mon tlio Onstor tragedy. We aro in receipt of tho Koloit Week ly Kocord, a wookly papor just started at fieloit, Kansas, which bids fair to bo an uble.and influential sheet. Some of Secretary Sherman's friends aver that he desireg to succeed Stanloy Matthews as Senator, and is marshaling his old friends for the fight. Tho Lappin property in Nemaha county, is advortised to be sold by the Sheriff, September 1st, to satisfy a judg ment, etc., in favor of the State. i i i Gen. Pope has received instructions from the Secretary of War to order back to Fort Leavenworth all the troops sent from there to different parts of ihe country during the rocont riots. A special dispatch ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 16 August 1877

The Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1877 ZfcTew To-Day. K. KoMt I.E. Lull. Geo. Swait. ?. A. Sollierff J. E. ltoliiiiou. J.. I. Elcfnliaurr. Nrw Yoik.5tcm- G. .1. iMyxlito. J'lii'.te, liall 3L Co Tifsoln A Warren 'liarlcs tfolaiqrist Ober, Wilson A Co. D ft J B tVliltehtad. Campbell, Sloan &Tuthlll MarUaml, Dodge X Moorr. New Prints at the New York Store. Sallnu's street present a busy appearance. Meat meat mont at rihute, Hall & CVh. Leave your orders for Ice at tlieCIty Bakerj. The latest styles of Print at the New York Store. New Goods just i revived at the New York Store. Ne.w Calicoes just i revived at Ober, Wilson t Co's. (JnlicoiM jmt received ut Campbell, Sloan & TuthllPs. lluebnor' new stone building begins to show ofl."' The colored troop fought nobly last Tues day afternoon. Some of the fellows are gotting bidders made to gather coin. Hoots and Shoes just received by Campbell, Sloan iV Tutliill. Clothing, rheaper than the cheapest, at the New York ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 16 August 1877

RjVJJ' rT WW The Usages or politeness, j tbo imputation under which thoy now Harpers Bazar thus pleasantly calls at- Jrost oi having knowingly clionon for the tontion to some minor points of every ' chief officer, and, in some eenso ropic- .i : ..... Jwontative. of our towi. ono who docs not -f . . . i? ;.. it ...l.A.. .!.. thnman imcI Take, for iustancc, the lact mat a iauy oonevu m mui wuum m uu, .., MISCELLANEOUS AIVS. Notice to Tax-Payers. !?, 8 g ! Sg F. G00DN0W & CO., OFFICE OK COUNTY TREASUREK, I-W.IXRLOCXTT. Jul J "VTOTICE lb hereby jiven that the lollowtnK tk-scrib-X d lauds ami town loU. or so much thereof as may REASURER, 1 , lvAMUS. Iv 13th, ls77. bows lirat to a irontlomun in tho btroot ' profcbS not only to believe in, but to i an action nouitivelv forbidden to him worship an their .Lord and (joa. l pro- r ' f,f' 3 be necessary tor thai -mri. win. on and vou aeo in itHho whole theory oi ' pose to publish this letter, together witn - v n ra y C'M'I-L-li O , f &y...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
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