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

: i .f r'i mm gfetmaa ,A XOVESIIIEK. When thlEtlc-ldown do lightly float Abor.l the paturc-tiefgiU, And shrills the hawk a parting note. And crwps the Irost ut iilslit, Tlion ltil1 to! though tinging hu, .And uhisitp H6 I may, Thi'rr come again the oW lenrt pain Through c41 tin; lm-lang day. In hlph wind create the ItmfleHi tree And nodi) toe lading fern; The Lnollg ure dun u onoK-detMla lit, And cold (bo sun don burn Then ho, hollo! though railing to, I cannot Uf it down; The tears ariae unto my cyea. And thoughts ure chill HUd brown. Far in the ci-dars du?ky Mulct, "Where the sen-jrrouiKl-rine weaves, lhe pal ridge drums I antral rolls .A bore the xalleii leurcs And hip, hip, ho! though cheeong so. It stillu no whit the iulu; for drip, drip, drop, from bare brancli-Up. I hear the ieai' last rain. So dr ve the cold cows lrom the hill, And cull th Heat bbecp in; And let their stamping clutter fill The barn with warming din . And ho, folk, ho! though it Is so That wc no more may lom,...

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. — 1 November 1877

Fse WWf J).lMU!iA-sc--r -K.. - tji.jLi. i I ijim-jujj-i-w tifiBi The Saline County Journal THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1877. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Chief Justice Supreme Court. ALBERT II. IIOltTOX. For Lieutenant Governor. L. U. HUMPHREY. COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. For County Clerk, JOHN ANDERSON, For Sheriff, S. C. LONG. for County Treasurer, J. B. HAMILTON, For Coroner, J. B. GROGER. - .-. . Hr Uigiklcrof Dcedt. E. W. BLAIR. For County Surveyor, FRANK L. WEAVER. ltr County tommiMiontr, xtrt lHMriet, P. Q. BOND. For County CommUiioner, Second Dittrict, CHAS. P. GUNNERSON. For County CemmUtlortr, Third Dtttrier L. G. DENTON. i in Mi ii tmini- ' .y.i.'". mviBmaiim Mpctliij; or the Republican Central Committee Thejncmbcj-3 of Um; Republican Cutiel Committee of SiUao county trctequoated to incd at Hi office of tteSALIM! COUNTT JOCBKAL, OH Saturday, November 10th, at S o'clock, p. wt . for XUt jiuipose of organizing, nnd for tlr tnuisneuon of such obr JimineM as mttv lie jrientl bef'Wi. ...

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 November 1877

3fcoAfii&wi.Mis mfc m m mi 01 C it Tntii-nnl ' 1116 03.1110 I Oliniy J OU I IMl. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1377. J- - ","(k"TnrTnwr"r.n hJ Extra Copies cf tho JOUK&AIj can be) found at the Book and New Store of White- - head & Seaman's, first door east of rostofflco I rLsTe-w Tc-Day. ADVEETISEMFNTS: Itrpoit County Utrk Nollet Uiuutr Trru-imT "otlc Gust JoIjdmiii v. Maggie E Swetlhln . LOCALS. Pacific Ilone. E. E. Botven. Miss P. Kotbc. R. T. sValaon G. A. Soltorp M. J. HrUIgan. VT P. Ihaclicr. 8 II. Williams. New York Store G. J. Lay &. Ilro. E.J McCiirmlclc. Mr A.. T. Gner. J. C. Rash &. Son. Obtr.WiJeon & Co. Charles HolraqvUt. MarUjtnl, Dwge & Moore. Campbell, SlrtaiwlTuthill. A JVxVO UXCEMENTS. Khe Dollars for each Announcement to be paid Rtrlctly in advauce I herebv announce rmsell as an Independent can didate lor Iteirl.tirol Herds nt Saline ouuty, ub Jcct to U.o decision of ibe voters of the cu ty Charles oaSde.v. I hereby announce that 1 am a candnUle...

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. — 1 November 1877

cf?ey-'3S--T--3r5F5K!?2r-aJi3.-' itLi. 'izsj&st. "- iast; 3MHM0HSH Farmers' Care of Ton lb. There is probably no other interest on tho farm 60 generally nogloctod as that of poultry, ft is a common phrase among far-morn that "chickens can scratch for a living," and this comprises about all tho caro they roceivc. Sum mer or Winter, rain orsuushino, cold or warm, in all kinds of wonthor, thoy aro loffc to tako caro of thoraselvos, gaining i a procarious living, roosting on trees, fouces and mangers or racks in tuo &ta bio ; thoy aro moroly euffcrod as a nui sanco, rather than carod for as thoy sliould bo. In our cold Wintor months, for waut of proper sholtor, combs and wattles aro frozou, aud fcotaro often lost from tho offects of tho oxtromo cold. If wo woro to accuse our farmor friends of cruelty, the would opon their eyes in innocent surprise. But is it not down- to pity himsolf and found tho trap. We will draw a veil ovor tho dreadful scene, but wo aro afraid Mr. Gear has ...

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. — 8 November 1877

-J V LtfejfsaecjGMes&SMS&fia - t?l M . THE ASS. Poor little foal of an opines- d race! 1 It.ve the laniiui i lutlci.Cf of tin Ijw: Ami.. it with jr.nli- nun 1 1 w 'hoc bread. . ud clui thy raed c ti , unci p it my tit-ail. 4rMc' ' y'or lohrUlgt. " lullow feeling makes us wondrous kind " Mr nt. THE SHALOM S OF THE OLD LOVE. John Alien rone from his seat. Bo loulced hazard and inexpressibly pain ed. Then he began walking Mlowly up and (jown tho room. And the ladj' whp eat betorc htm ho ruhnly was pained too; for tlie delieaio lines around the mouth were sharp!' drawn, and there was a momentary flush ueroaa the brow that would have shuwr an indifferent spectator that she too wan tmfteriuir. Suddenly ho mopped and Mtood u ni3 muni looking down upon herj win. e alio somed to .shrink bark almost and cower before his tiud, appealing look. 'Miss Duulop," he t?aidf in a soft, low voice, "yon will forgive me, will you not? 1 have been ra-h, foolish, pcrhap. presuming. Let us try to lu...

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. — 8 November 1877

Hi The Saline County Journal. ai.flL.XtX2-.ak, x.AjmA.m. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1877. Meeting or the Bepnbllcan Central Committee The members of the Republican Central Committee of Saline county are requested to meet at the office of tbe Salixe Couxtt Jocbx At. on . Saturday, November 10th, at o,clock,p. m., for tbe purpose of organizing, and for the transaction of such other business as may be presented before the Committee Governor Williams, of Indians, has appointed D. Y. Vorheos U. S. Senator to eucceod 0. P. Morton. Gon. McClolIon has really captured New Joraey, which is the first "military snecess" he over achieved. MisH Anna Dickinson ia reported as lying seriously ill of congestion of tho brain, at the residence of Mrs. Gen. Chatfield, at Elizabeth, N. J. The Kansas City Journal of Com merce has donnGd & now droaa and is as bright and nowsy as tho leading paper of tho Missouri Valloy should bo. Tho Leavonworth Publio Press bears evidenco of prosperity. It is & good ne...

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 November 1877

c ttimUtm 2 !-. The Saline County Journal. i'liURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1877. Extra Copies of the JOURNAL can bo foaiiattha Book aai News Store of Wfaito hoad & Seaman's, first door east of I'ostofflce 3iTo-wr To-Day. ADVKBTIFEaEXTS: Bond NoticeJohn .ndtrs m Quarterly ltcport J. B. Hamilton. Notice to Tax I'ajera-J. 1. Hamilton. LOCAU. B. T. Watson G. a. Solberp. M. J. Hwligan. Y. P. Thachcr. fl H. Williams. G. 31 Eastman. Ferlen & Lekell. New Yurie Store. O. J. r.ny & Bro. E.J. McCorralcl:. ' " Mrs . T. Orier. ' Douean &. mipan. Chrle8 UolmqvLt. D.&.J. it Whitehead. UarkUml, Dodge & Moore. Campbell, dloun.t Tut hill. Tho odd" j far! Oyster? at Lay V. CranbtTrlfn, at W. P. 7iachorn. Freh Baltimore oysters at Lay's. Vjry blutt-riii-; weather this morning. v IFimt I' lower thl- werk, and still fallinIT" Wanted A new inilch cow at the Pacific IIoitBtr. There will b a meeting of the Athletic Cli b this evening. New boot' and shoes Jttit received at the New York ritori...

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. — 8 November 1877

'55WCT, asssitatsr-ac- rf j- w -w-;- - ft f. Keller and the Hackman. -Whcn Hpllor, tho magician, arrived tn this city on Friday last, ho directed tho hackman to drive him to the Parker House. Beaching tho hotel ho stepped briskly up to tho clerk's desk, and was soon surrounded byaho&lofoldf'riondd, including Dr. Tompkins, of tho Boston rott.Frank Chanfrau and a dozen others, thontro. Arthur (Jhenev. Jlcnrv o. Jr Amid tho heartv "TCCtlllifS camo a ; rough voico, which'soon attracted gon oral attention. It nriDears that tho hackman hadn't been paid. ' "What is it, my good friend ; what ttro you yelling to mo ubout ?" demand . .ad jiir. Heller. "I wants rao faro. I saw you skip away. Two dollars for you and tho lady." ' This answer created a laugh among tho magician's friends. I .'"I know 1 paid you, you rascal," ex olairaed Mr. Heller. . "DivK a cint." "You put it in your hat. Hand it 10 mo I" and to tho consternation of Johu thero was a bright, clean two-dollar nolo taken from th...

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 November 1877

1 . - Y- C J v r c ,1 L SIESTA. I. Ziphycr, In tlieeultrj n lontide eisniis, Woj tlie 10 alnniber, ne I Bank to6li-i'i; Tli.- naia.la li jy ..! ur laB&ll I lyttisr; 'Jlnntipli Ijutnti'K ianil iM H .niwniig iiinnrls creep. DmuM-il l t..i- -liul cicala's wetr isrwiifc-, 'ilifilnuiladn ii. ml) flbh.tldilei. (.atist iiiuii the 6Wi-Kl' lghtnl io l,-'m withstand? Mtx-ii! tue ni m, linll utv elti-iins ilitougli thr Ian J. Hi'm I.iu-.riV .vcdl.tirn. MISS DAK.MJ1'. It had boon universally conceded among Louioc Dublin's frionda that r-hu was not u-'Tavunto with gentlemen that fortune so osential to feminine well-buing- Whether it was trorn lack of beauty (though about that there were divur.-otios of opinion), or becauao qt u cold and critical manner, n certain re serve, irrosjiomivo to the masculine touchoone, an innate detestation ol flirtation, of making an eltbrl l pleasi one Hex more than another, who couM say ' Louise wai herself aware lhal 8lir iiHpirod the masculine heart with tie ...

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 November 1877

r-. .;& J&i; :XLT?.. aMBBM53EMiWWyTF; The Saline County Journal. THUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1877. Senator Ingalls boa boon appointed a morabor of tho coramittoo on privileges and oloctions. Dickinson county elects a Democratic sheriff. What's the matter with straight Republican Dickinson 1 m 9 mn When Kansas is rc-diatrictod in 1880 into Congressional districts,wo prophesy that sho will bo ontitlod to seven Cong ressmen. Tho taxes in Now York City average 827.50 for each inhabitant. In Paris they average 817.20 per head, and in London 810.00. ... Among tho prospective candidates for Congress for next fall in this district, are May E. L. Morrill, Hon. J. S. Mer ritt mid Col. Phillips. Mr. Edward Floischer, of the Atchi son Courier, is spoken of as a possible candidate for Lieutenant-Governor on tho Republican ticket noxt fall. The voto in the House on the passage of tho silver bill, was 163 to 34. There were 83 members absent. The majori ty was not more than two-thirds. It is now...

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 November 1877

1 - v?vvw3t&&"m!mm ') J i Y i . The "Saline County Journal. rHURsb"AYryOVBMBER 157J877. lixtra Copios of the JOUBNAIj can be found at tho Book and News Storo of White head &'Seamans. ilrst door east of l'OBtofllco. STe-r To-Day . JIDVERTISEMKNTS! l-iox-r.lu-Xew York Sun. Notice of Final Settiwnwit A. 1. Collins. New .AiIvertiwfUn.-iiH Geo. V. Kowell A.Co. LOCALS. Kd. Smith. B. II. Fisher. It. T. WnUon. G. A. Solln-rj-. VT. V. Thaolier. Sargent & Italic. G. M. Eastman. Xev YorkSloie. G. J. Lay & Bro. J. C. Hash & Son. i:.J..McCormick. Mrs. A. T. Urier. Ober, Wilson &Co. Donegaii & Cnpiiau. D. &.J. i: Whitehead. SIurMaiul, I)lge & Moore. Campbell, Sloan &Tuthlll. 03fsters at Lay's. Sargent & Hates. 7'he trees arc bare. 7'lic District Court is in session. Cranberries, at W. I. Thacher's. Fresli Ilaltimore osters nt Lay's. Atniore's mince meat, at Watson's. New buckwheat llonr,at Watson's. Comb boney, at .1. J. Rash tV: .Son's. D.&.I. ...

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 November 1877

-3Z82m5S r senaiw4 v A Whisky Cure. It was suggested some years aj;o by Jjiebig tnat tho use ot cod-hvor oil would havo a tondanoy to pro mo to u distasto lor alcoholic stimulants. According to tho authority many people had found thoy could tako wino with animal food, but not with farinaceous or amylaceous nutriment. A well known man of sci on co, Mr. Charles Napier, has underta ken to test theso assertions, ana tho re- mollubks atill containing tho shells by means of which they woro oxcavatod. At tho present timo the soa lovel is at tho very baso of tho pillar, or oxists oven below that site. Honco arises the natural question, "How did tho shell fish gain access to tho pillar, to burrow into them in the manner described ?" Dismissing as an lrrelvnnt and impossi ble idea that of tho inollusks being ablo to ascend the day pillars, two supposit- suits of his exoeriraents are set forth in ions remain. Either tho pillars and a paper read before the physiological I temple must have gone ...

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 November 1877

ssaui-- " ""4mM& - J .MMittuUH.rm . .Jj..,- --ftif-l"-r-lii x i. ijTidffl" ' s'--'-&"-a""'t-al tv h ; !l 8 I If . SOXXET. JFho hath not treasure! something of the pa6t TIic lost, the buried, or the far away? Twined with those heart-affections which outlast All save their memories these outlive decay! A broken'rellc of our childhood's lloy, A faded flower, that long ngo was fnlr Mute token of a love that died untold! Or silken curl, or lock ofsiHcry hair The brows that bare them Ion,? since in the mould I Though these may call up gntTs that else had slept. Their twilight sadness o'er the soul to bring; "ot eery tear in bitterness wept, While they revive the drooping flowers that spring Within the heart, and round its ruined temples cling. r. Craig LAUJtELSL'ltlXG. I was havjng my fill of fashionablo lifo. A hand's-breadth from mo thoro "Avcro diamonds flashing, thcro woro priceless bilks gleaming and trailing along a polished floor, thoro wcro lights and pcrtumo and music, an...

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 November 1877

The Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1877. Congress will adjourn to-day. It, is Btatod that Bob Ingorsoll will not accept tho Berlin mission, oven if it is offered to him. Tho Sonato Finance Committoo stands 4 to 5 against restricting tho powor of tho silvor dollar. Tho Domocrrtic majority in Pennsyl vania is lees than 10,000. Tho Republi cans can easily ovorcomo this, whon they aro in earnest. Tho earthquake shocks occurring in this soction last Thursday seem to have hoori felt "all along tho lino" to tho Northwest of us. A Polo has boon arrostod on suspic ion of intending to attempt tho assassina tion of Emperor William and Princo Bismarck. A judicial investigation has been instituted. Gov. Bice, of Massachusetts, has as siirod President Hayes that tho result of tho recent election in tho Bay States is to bo considered as a Republican indorse ment ot the administration and ils Southern policy. Tho Kansas City Journal says : 8a (ina, Kaunas, is a good place lor broom c...

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 November 1877

.J Ppp mPI,ll. I WlaMjIVIPXiW -5"-ju 't i. mitnmmmrmmmmmmmmmmmtmmv I b u. !.i t i 1 t J i. The Saline County Journal. VRURSDJLY, NOVEMBER 22, 1877. Extra Copies of tho JOTJEN'AIi can bo found at the Book nnd News Store of White head &"Seaman's, first door cast of PostofHco. 3iTe-r To-Day. advektisemests: $100 Kcwnrd County. Scientific American Munn & Go. Attachment Notice T. T. Elliott. .Singer Sewing Machines G. M. Eastman. Xew Advertisements Geo. P. Howell & Co. Salina Mills and Elerater F. Goodnow & Co. LOCALS. IM. Smith. G. A. Solbcrfr. Louis Schuler. W. V. TliacUcr. New York Store. G. J. Lay&Bro. .1. C. Kash&Son. 12. .1. McCormick. Mrs A. T. Gner. Ober, Wilson & Co. Charles Holinqvist. Donegan &, Crip-tan. l. .W. i: Whitehead. JIarkland, Dodge & Moore. Omnplicll, Slonn&Tuthill. 3Ir. John Doyle received a paralytic stroke yesterday afternoon. This morning he is reported a little better. Our new quarto-medium Gordon has been snipped ana wil...

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. — 22 November 1877

"fsass v i Foolisli. Tho fall of GilmaD, tho Now York broker, who is now eorving oat a five years' sentence at Sing Stng for tho crimo of forgory, has boon tho causo of a groat doal of foolish talk by raon who ought to knowbottor and probably do. Gilman r;as a ckurch member, and like handrods and thousands of other mon both In and out of tho church, was a hypocrito, and his fall is citod as an evi dence of tho rottenness of Christianity. Tho uttor foolishness of such an infer onco is disgustingly palpablo. It would arguo nothing against Christianity if all tho mon and tho womon in tho church should fall. It only shows tho woak noss of human naturo. It would arguo nothing against Christianity if all tbo mon and woman in tho church woro hypocntos. That would only show tho torriblo wickedness of human naturo. Whothor Christianity bo considorod of divino origin or not, Its principles are olovating ana purifying, and no ono has ovor lived that wo over hoard of who de nied it. Tho teachin...

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. — 29 November 1877

yWt-1WMHliMWW "WW MMMMRleaKK'KJi' itn)i-' f I v 1 ' A - I J w I ' r x - SATURDAY SIGHT. Placing Uic little hats all in a row, Koady for church on the morrow, you know; Washing wee faces and little block fists, (Jettinc them ready and tit to be kissed; liittiii them mto clean garments and white; That ia what mothers arc doing to-night. .Spying out holes in the little worn hose, Layjng bj t-lioes that are worn through the toea, ""Jacking o'er garments so laded and thin Who but a mother hno't s where to begin? Changing n button to nmke it look right This it, what mothers arc doing to-night. Calling the little ones all 'round the chair, Hearing them lisp iorth their soft c cning jiravcr, Telling them ttones or Jesus of old, lllio locs to gather the Iambs to his fold; Wuichmg, the listen with childish delight J hat is what mothers are doing to-night Creeping so softly to take a last peep, After the little ones all are asleep; Anxious to know if the children arc warm. Tucking the blankets...

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. — 29 November 1877

V .1 irtarknrjrrjr?rxrrmf- - - The Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1877. A re li lt Haid Fearful floods havo recently prevailed in tho South. Much damago to prop orty. ..,--, Moses II. Grinnoll, former collector of the port ofNow York, died last Satur day; ago, 77. Tho official returns in JSow Jersey give McClollan a plurality ofl2,710,and a majority of G,333. Senator Blaine is still too ill to resume his place in Congress, and tho time for which ho was paired with tho Democratic member has oxpirod. Tho United States War steamer, Hu ron, was lost in a storm off tho coast of North Carolina, on tho 24th inst. 114 livos wore lost, and only 13 savod. Miss Carrie Cronso is tho "Kansas Girl on tho Pacific Coast" who wntos Jotters to tho Commonwealth under the nom dc plume of "Moss Agate." That familiar acquaintance of tho road inff nnblic.lho Booeher-Tiltou unpleasant ness, reappear in a quiot way. onciliaiion of tho Tilton family to ho probable. Tho General Mission Committe...

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. — 29 November 1877

'L !! lHflL((ffllflr 'trtl- 7 --3SWt? ftSKfrjATOj"- I 1 m I i V 1 The Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, XOVBilBER 29, 1877. Extra Copies of the JOTJBN"AIi can be found at the Book and News Storo of White head &;Seaxnan'8. first door cast of rostofflce ITe-w To-Day. ADVERTISEMENTS : Veffctinc n R. Stcens. Blooded Horses M . S. l'ricc. Dancing Academy U. II. White. Ordinances No. 211, 212flnd2IS City. LOCALS. Ed. Smith. T. L. Bond. Frank Eobb. Jacob DeWJtt. G. A. Solberp. R. T. Watson M. J. Hedlgan. W P. Thachcr. Xew York Store. J. J.Lay&Bro. K.J.lIcCormlck Mrs A. T. Criw. Ober, Wilson & Co. 1. &.J. It Whitehead. MarMutid, Dodge X Mooro. Campbell, Sloan .fcTuthill. Oysters at Lay'-. Thanksttirke to-day Maple syrup at Watson's l's Eat, drink aud be merry. Comb honey at Watson's. Buckwheat flour at rPatson's. Salina Mills flour at Wntson'p . New York cheese ot Watson's. Fresh Baltimore oysters atLaj'M. Iioad? still 'orrible in some places, Xew goods at the New York Store....

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. — 29 November 1877

English Domestics. Olivo Logan writoaBomo gossip from 1onaon ubout .English sorvant gins ana thoir ways, which may bo interesting to suffering housokoepors on this sido of the wolor. 1adios in England, sno says, have found that when tbo work in their houses is such that assistance must be had, it is better to keep an "under-sor- vant for the cook (a position even less Not long sinco wo heard a porson, living not a hundred miles lrom "Warren, abusing, in no measured terms, tho pre vailing StyiO oi mouorn cnuruii uuiuubo. Ho said, as a general rule, tho buildings woro poorly constructed in a fow months by a contractor who had no in terest in tho matter except to make money out of tho jobj after designs which woro poor, miserable imitations MISCELLANEOUS ADVS. OBEK, WILSON & Co.'s STONE PALACE STOKE. .UlSCELLEANOUS ADVS. MISCELLANEOUS AD VS. Satisfaction. Gta.axaa?.teeca., o exalted than tho "scullcrv-maid" in this of fifteenth century cathedrals that cost complox system of domesti...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
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