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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 6 December 1877

mmmmml m WINTER'S WOOING. Northward from a tropic cliiuoj Came a merry-hearted maiden, Moving like n praaeful rhyme. Sunny-haired and flower-laden. Ilapny flocks and lowing herds Yielded to her fond caresses, Butterflies and efngmg birds Nested In her golden tresses. Whero along the valo ehe trod, Joyous brooks leaped to meet her. Yearning graaces from the sod liaised tneir slender nnr.s to greet her Where beside the stream she stood, Vines came reaching to caress her; When she wandered in the wood, Trees held up their hands to bless hor. Then she hung on vine and tree Many a fair and fragraut garland, And the meadows grew to be Emerald lakes, reflecting star-land. Southward, from a frozen land. Came a wooer, grim and hoarv. Clutching with his icy hand At the maiden's robe of glory Grasping at her leafy crown, And the zone of vines that bound her. Till her sunny hair came dow n In a goldcd shower around her Then the linden by the brook Keddcned like a jealous lover. And the giant po...

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. — 6 December 1877

"jzjssm&epw v eSfi The Salino County -Journal. :lSZ THURSDAY, .DECEMBER 6, 1877. ! bo appointod Ecceivcr ol the U. S. Land Office at Kirwin, in place of Dr. J. AT. Bowles, of tho Springfield, Mass., Ho publican, is dangerously ill. Eigbtoon years ago last Sunday John Brown was executed at Charlcstown, Va. "The y.nn With ihc Brandrd Hand." JN'E W ADVERTISEMENTS. Capt. Jonathan Walker, who is still living on a little farm near 31uskegon, Send for Reduced Price List of Mich., is now 70 years old, and it is 33 1 RAJ A ON A U A M I III rnnro elnntx hn rvirrioH alnr-na frnm Pn. iWi T M " W LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, ETC, Harlan's nomination to tho Supremo bench was confirmed on Thanksgiving Day. It is now beliovod that tho Russians aro making arrangements to go into winter quarters. Tho Troy Bullotin announces that horedttor It will bo a conservative Dem ocratic journal. Senators Patterson and Conover, for their misorablo treachery, aro deserved ly regarded with contempt by both parties....

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. — 6 December 1877

'V V I. r , , P h The Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, DECEMBER G, 1877. Oysters at Lay's. Court'stiU in session. Sewing machine oil at II. Hall's. Fresh Baltimore oj-sters at Lay's. New prints at the New York Store. Sweet Cider, at Ober, Wilson & Co'. Bad colds are now having a good run. ITe need rain badly "to lay the dust." Be at IFIght & Carroll's to-raorrow night. Buy boots and shoes of J. C. Rash & Son. Buckwheat cakes and sausage arc itching. Christmas two weeks from next TuesdayvJ jiuy nsec 01 mins iurs 01 j. u. xtasu k son. Gloves of all kinds, at the New YOrk Store. All kinds of sewing machine needles, at II. Hall's. Ladies' furs at low prices at J. C. Rash & Son's. Grain trade good and bad by fits and starts. 2so trouble to show goods at the New York Store. Roads bad again. Will the rain t cease? No trouble to show goods at the New York Store. Honey and buckwheat flour, at J. C Rash& Son's. " Best place for holiday goods is at A. T. Grier's. New buildi...

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. — 6 December 1877

rg"- y jSSS3S3BSCS! SSBESSEmiS T2!B5ES3R-W-v -js ,.. . X. JS2Li?JSK3K."l .. -r-a- - MISCELLANEOUS ADVS. OBEX?, TV1LS0N & Co.'s STONE PALACE STORE. BRIGGS & GEBHART, We not only defy the City of Salina on Prices, but !WE DEFY THE WORLD! Dealer in AGREGULTUBAL IMPLEMENTS AND A (iKSKItAr. LINK OF Hardware. John DeereandotherfirstcfassPfows ALWAYS m STOCK. ( Aho the Gilpin t Brown d- Hughes Sulky Plows. Goods of All Kinds have not been so low for 20 years, and WE HAVE BOUGHT AT BOTTOM PRICES, And we can and will sell yon tfoods 10 per cent, below our neighbors' cost prices, and then make a ood profit for ourselTcs. Kansas,Bain & Mitchell Wagons fin utile i lllirr lorcHSli oroti n nsmiulilt Hum Also Aginta lor t The Ellward, Bucleyc ami other Harvest ers; Buckeye and No. 0 Reapers; Case'and other Headers; theCet ehratcd J. I. Case t Co.'f Thresher, and ir. S. Vibrators. 103 Santa Fa Avonuo. Salina. Kansas I SALINA MILLS AIVI ELEVATOR. LOOK AT A FEW OF OUR PRICES : 20 Yards Br...

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. — 13 December 1877

'Mi aTaTaTawaiBBgaaaaaaMaaMaaaajaaa . Music or CHILDHOOD. When 1 hear the waters fretting, When I soi! the chestnut lcttinr All her lotcly blossoms falter down, I think, "Alas, uie day!" Once, with magical sweet singing, Blackbirds set the uoodlnnil rinjrinc. That awakes no niorc.whilo Aj)ril houix wear them eeitcaanay. " j In our hearts fair hopes lay smiling, . ' 'Sweet as air. and all beimflinir; And there hung a mistol bluebells on the 6loe and iown uic ucii ; And wc talked of Joy and splendor, That ihc Years unlKirn would render: Andjhe blackbirds helped us with out story, for iui'j Mien n wen Piping, fluting: "Mecs arc humming; April's here, and Summer's cominz: .von' t lorgci us wnen you walk, a man in nnae una joy: Think of us in alleys shady, with men, .y fc J& M ss flfcw rW v 2ftT' m rfA ml Wm i I AA&r' fix m I iilr4AA Av jliim, v av aax a a, t, II wgs& n iri'i mvr m m ''B'i m w rnw tmm Rmrfmm rsw m "Nlil IIIII II II II 111 II 11 1 II I II I I hN7ji iviWAWJiw h...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 13 December 1877

B22agBHg74j n a- xik-atik jgSLl'JTWWHfSS Wsj4r T"r? 5W " '''H'jrawswWMO nmmmammmmirmMMmmnmMmmmmm mwrnmrnimmmmmmumm mm piumhuwiwiwi wnpimMwiiHi' The Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1877. Tho llichmond Enquirer, the oldest journal in tho South, has suspended. General Dick Taylor, a celebrated rebel, was once a resident of Olathe. Ho built a houso thoro in 1857. A lottor irora Rome etatos that Rev. John Koono, of Washington, has been appointed Rtshop ot tho Catholic dio coso of Richmond. It is officially annouucod that tho Rus sians loss botweon November 10th and 17th was 3,153 men. Total loss since tho commencement ot tho war, 74,858 men. Judge Humphroys doniod the power of South Carolina to rovoko Pattorson's commission, and has remanded tho Sen ator to the body of which ho is a member. J. B. Eustis has boon given a soat in tho United Statos Senate from Louisiana and Pinchback gives up tho contest. The vote on Eustis' admission was 49 to 8. Every State is now fully repr...

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. — 13 December 1877

The Saline County Journal. THUllSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1877. Extra Copies of the JOUBNAi can be found at the Book and News Store of "White head & Seaman's, first door east ofPostofflce. "Alum." Bishop Andrews. "A Winter In India." Next Monday evening. O, what grand weather ! w prints at the Kew York Store. Apples,-at J. C Rash & Son's. Sallna the boss town of Kansas. Fresh Baltimore oysters at Lay's. Gloves of all kinds at the New York Store New sugar cured ham?, at Watson's. The best meat at C. E. Meade & Son's "Mild -winter" some or 'cm predict now. Ko trouble to show goods at the New York Store Scarfs and nubias at J. C. Rash & Son's. No trouble to show cowls at the New York Store Call on W. M. Goss for furnishing goods. Crockery and gla-ware, cheap at Watson's. A cabinet organ for rent, by C. E. Libbey. The best ." cent cigar in town, at Watson's. Furs chfaocr than the cheapest, at the New York Store. Whole carload of sweet and hard cider, at Lay's. Gent's calf boots...

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. — 13 December 1877

-rTZsr-&&Ggr jgwTmm&wr mtfm - -ir-j tea MISCELLANEOUS ADVS. BRIGGS & GEBHART, OBEH, W1LSOX & Co.'s STONE PALACE STOKE. Dealers in AGRfGULTURAL IMPLEMENTS JVXD A GENERAL LIXE OF HarcLTVre, We not only defy the City of Saliva on Prices, but WE DEFY THE WORLD! John Deere and otherflrst classPIows ALWAYS IN STOCK. Goods of All Kinds have not been so low for 20 years, and WE HAVE BOUGHT AT BOTTOM PRICES, And we can and will sell you oods 10 per cent, below onr neighbors' cost prices, and then make a good prolit for oursehes. The ilerelmnt's Story. Yes, it was rather a curious start that I had in business. Tho first thing I did after having saved a httlopile of money, YEGETDTE. VEGETIIE Also the Gilpin, Brown & Hughes Sulky Plows. Kansas.Bain & Mitchell Wagons for sale either for cash or en reasonable time Also Agents for The Ellward, Buckeye and other Harvest ers; Buckeye and A7o. G Reapers; Caseand other Headers; 1he(Jel ebrated J. 1. Case & Co.'s Threshe...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 20 December 1877

TV y:v.L l 1. 1 u- y-t (a w9 w h J I. -J' ; TIIE FARMER'S SCEPTRE. A BCX'SDISXXIi.S LEGESD. A giantess, when pagan folk field all tlie world in swar. Looked from a bill one sunny morn Across the flelda or May. The eons of birds tvas in the air The winds with halm were s ect ; Her daughter, rosy-clH.cl.cd and fair, Was playing at her feet Soon runs w ith glee the little one From elope to sloie away ; She holds the summer in her arm3. The Etreams and fields of May. The child could step from bill to rale, And as ehc wildly ran Sua saw beneath her towering stride The busy husbandman. IDs oxen, plow, and him she took Within her apron space, And, hastening with her portent queer, She sought her mothe rs face. ' 'Oh mother! thou liast told me much I did not understand, Now tell me what this beetle is Which wriggles through the Fand." "O, child." the giantess replied, "Go, put it back again; These are tb stern forerunner-, of The patient race ot men. "In other realnw, my little one, Our hom...

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. — 20 December 1877

v-w- ' The Salino County Journal s.ijxra-jrv? xcivivsAs. THUKSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1877. -- j President Grant is in Kanlos. Jamos Ballantino, a well-known nuth-t . At a meeting of tho Western Nail As sociation of Pittsburg last week Wed nesday, tho prico of nails was advanced to S2.35 per keg, ono per cent, per keg off in 200 keg lots, and two per cont. off for cash. A curtailment of production or, is dead. Congress has adjournsd until tho 10th of January. Ono hundred and ono bodies ot vic tims of tho Huron disaster havo been rocovorod. Tho possibility of President Mc- Mahon's impeachment is being spoken of. Tho Marsh Harvester company has made an assignment to a Mr. Stark, of Sycamore, Ills. Senator Blaino is to spend a portion of tho holiday week ot Congress at Hot Springs, Arkansas. Gov. McCormick, of Arizona,has been nominated and confirmed Commissioner General to the Paris Exhibition. It is generally considered that tho twelve years estrangement between Conkling and Blaino is at a...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 20 December 1877

J- ly-UX ts lirA, t4C L- i i The Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, D ECEIBER 20, 1877. Extra Copies of tho JOUBNAL can bo found at tho Book and News Store of White head & Seaman's, first door east of Postofflco. Bad. Oysters at Lay's. Merry Christmas ! Old Folks to-night. Spring-like weatner. Wheat fields arc green. Prepare for Christmas. Hang up your stocking ! 187S is drawing on apace. District court still in session. When will winter commence ? Hot lemonade will relieve a cold. Next Tuesday will be Christmas. Fresh Baltimore oysters at Lay's. Some venison iu market last week. Hang up your socks on the outer wall. Considerable town property changing hands. Thejrallroad depot building has been repaint ed. Five pounds cofiee for $1, at J. C. Hash & Son's. Flannels at reduced prices, at the New York Store. Coal Oil 25 cents a gallon at J. C. Bash & Son's, Whole carload of sweet and hard cider, at Lay's. Furs at reduced prices, at the New York Store. Best place for holiday ...

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. — 20 December 1877

, MISCELLANEOUS ADVS. BRIGGS & GEBHART, Dealers in OBEJR, WILSON & Co.'s STONE PALACE STORE. We not only defy the City of Salina on Prices, but WE DEFY THE WORLD! AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AXD A GENERAL LINE OF Hardware, Goods of All Kinds have not been so low for 20 years, and WE HAVE BOUGHT AT BOTTOM PRICES, And vve can and will sell you goods 10 per cent, below our neighbors' cost prices, and then make a good profit for ourselves. John DeereandotherflrstcIassPows ALWAYS IN STOCK. Also the Hlpi?it Brown & Hughes Sulky Plows. Kansas.Bain & Mitchell Wagons for Bale cither for cash or on reasonable time Also Agents for The Ellward, Buckeye and other Harvest ers; Buckeye and No. 6 Reapers; . Caseand other Headers; thcCel ebrated J. 1. Case & Co.'s Thresher, and 2?. S. Vibrators. 103 Santa Fe Avenue. Salina. Kansas NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. JACKSOJPS BEST SWEET NAVY CHEWING TOBACCO vaa awarded the highest prize ntOcntcnntidExnosition for its flnechewingqUullUes, the excelle...

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. — 27 December 1877

5j?"5T" 7 Tlffi NIGHT AFTER CHRISTMAS. THE SALINE COUNTY JOUKNAI IS riTOLISIIKD EVERY THURSDAY, BY HI. J). & L. E. 8AMJPSOJ AT SALINA, KANSAS. OKKICK On Iron ATenue, thrt door rrt,t ol the Post Office. 'Twas the night after Christinas, and al through the House, Not a creature a.is sleeping, not even the mouse. The stockings ucrc fliinff in Imstc oer the chair, For tlie hoi ee ol st icholaa no longer .t tre tlitre, The childrui were restless! tosaiug in bed, For the iIe and the candy were lit my as lend, mtwt t. 1.. . , . 1.1 C iiti.l I In i rrnll fl 1 Hill1 JlUiUUUa Ul UU Jkl 1UII1I.1, .IU A 111 IU. ..., Ilndiiittmoduruit oui innuls tint we would not lie flown r - , Win n out on the 1 ivt n theie arose such a cl itti r. I sprang from my chair, to see w h it w .is the matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRITTION : One Copy, one ycr. 2fr9 One Copy, six mouths m One Copy, three mouths 30 ADVERTISING RATES : Aay to the uinuow l won wim a uasn, FluncoiM.il Uieshutttr, and threw ui the sash. The moo...

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. — 27 December 1877

mww&sy?wmaBim w g ?9Tiy,'" 'iapL; The Salino County Journal. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1877. Robert P. Harrall, tho inventor of tbo Parrot gun, died last Monday morning. lien Butler is positivo that tbo silver bill will becomo a law of tho land within sixty days, -.,- ! ' John A. Joyce, who was convicted of conspiracy to dotraud tho United States of taxes on spirits, has been pardoned by tho Prosidont. Tho boiler of a Now York candy fac tory oxplodod last Thursday afternoon, toaring tho building to pieces and killing from 50 to 100 operatives mostly children. Tho oflico of tho Third Assistant Sec- retarj' of State will bo abolished. It waB recently filled bT ox-Governor Campbell, of Wyoming, who has been mudo Consul to Basle. It soom that Turkey would bo willing. Our business being to look up lands, to treat with Russia for tho free passage ' wo called upon Messrs. Eathbone & r.u Ti j n - ... -i? J udd, the Kansas Pacific land agents, of tho Dardanelles, wero it not for Eng- wh...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 27 December 1877

I The Saline County Journal. THUltSD AY, D ECEAIBER 27, 1877. Extra Copies of the JOUBNAIi can be oundat the Book and Hews Store of "White head & Seaman's, first door east of Postoflice. Lamps at Scitz's. Oysters at Lay's. Happy New Year ! A muddy landscape. The year Is growing old. Fresh Baltimore 03'sters at Lay's. Mr. Well's new residence is enclosed. On and after next Tuesday, write 1878. And still It Is dismal, gloomy weather. Monday morning we had a "London fog." Silk Handkerchiefs at .T. O. Rash & Son's. A child ol Mr. J. A. Stevens died last Jlfon di5 Whole carload of sweet and hard cider, at Lay's. Purs at reduced prices, at the Xeu York Store. Best place for holiday goods is at A. T. Crier's. Flannels at reduced prices, at the Xew York Store. 5 New cider by the quart, gallon and barrel, at Lay's. Found A bunch of keys. Apply at this oillce. ): The- cheapest overalls for the money at W. M. Goss'. Oyster stews, 3Z cents, at the Delmonlco Restaurant. Great bargains in...

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. — 27 December 1877

MISCELLANEOUS ADVS. FUKN1TUKE, HAEDWAEE, STOVES & TINWARE. BRIGGS & GEBHART, in IMPLEMENTS Dealers in AND A GENEBAL LINE OF Hardware, John Deere and other first class Pfo ws ALWAYS IN STOCK. 1877. FALL OF 1877 No Reduction of Stock, Great Reduction of prices. oo Also the Gilpin, Brown & Ilughes Sulky Plows. Kansas,Bain& Mitchell Wagons . for sale cither for cash or on reasonable time Also Agents for TMiEUwafd; Buckeye and other Harvest ers; Buckeye, and Jyo. G Reapers; Uaseand other Ifcadcrs; theCcl ebratcd J. 1. Case D Co. 's Thresher, and N. S. Vibrators. 103 Santa Fo Avenue, Salina. Kansas -aWyaHagSS5nslaiaBaa51 MMBMBmlLfWlSMm BHBfiBl-HBSHBgSSIH 3B2JlsS3S'(KSlaflBl NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. JACKSON'S DJS8X SWEET NAVY CHEWING TOBACCO iniH awarded the highest prize HtOntcnnialKximsilion loriU flncchcwiiigqiialltlcs, the excellence mid lasting character of its swi-cteulnz and flavoring. If you want the best tobacco ever made asK your grocera for this, and ace that each plu...

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. — 3 January 1878

fr J LCiU w'-' C V- V ) A' l Hm W P III' U L . t : I' ,! fi J - .. . THE NIGHT OF BLOOD. franl slated from tlic French, lor The Inter-Ocean, by Grace Greenwood. J Lucio do Mcrinvill?Vas 22 years 0ld. Hox father and mother, who diod several years before, had loft her a considerable f of tune) "arid Ctho rictiest pariisot the proVinco itvwfrich her property lay so licited her hand and heart. Lucie was pretty, but eccentric her parents Jha'd spoiled her from infancy- an only daughter, she had the habit of obeying 'her own wishos, and of acting as nor caprices ion nor. iler imagina tion Excited by injurious reading, in cljnpdjher to idle reveries and romantic theories of hfo. Tho groat world had no- charm for her balls, concerts, tho thfatre, pleasures usually so attractive to youth, wore to her only wearisome. Shq mast havo emotions outside- the or dinary round of accepted idoas j she wedi for homage of a now kind, and for unusual events. The men who pro setedtiiomsolvos.to hor bomg mo...

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. — 3 January 1878

The Saline County Journal. S.A.XjXrS'.flL, 3LAJTSAS. THURSDAY, JANUAKY 3, 1878. Marc Parrott, onco one ot tho most notod men of Kansas, is reported insane in Cincinnati. Tho report is on tho wing that tho Atlantic Monthly and tho Galaxy aro to be consolidated. Tho Chorokeo Advocato opposes tho reorganization ,of tho Indian Territory, and says tho schomo originated with tho border whites and interested railroad companies. Lo Due, Commissioner of Agricul ture, has prepared a pamphlet on toa culture in tho United States, in which he claims it can be raised successfully. Let's all embark in tho tea trade. The President and Mrs. Hayes cele brated their silver wedding at tho White Houso Monday night. This is tho first silvor wedding over celebrated by a President of tho United States. Ono hundred and ton thousand dol lars wore subscribed at two Sunday morning services in tho Memorial Pres byterian church in Now York, for tho purposo of paying off its indebtedness. i .Reports from tho west...

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 January 1878

y LO(U "r Krt l c w F f& 1 I J l - E t, H i n V Tie Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, JANUAKY 3, 1878. Extra Copies of the JOTJBNAIi can bo ouudat the Book and News Store of "White head & Seaman's, first door east ofPostofflcc. 1S78. Oysters at Lay's. Lamps at Seitz's. The Smoky is frozeu over. General Kilpatrick the 19th. Fresh Baltimore oysters at Lay's. Go and buy goods at the New York Store. Dress goods cheap, at the New York Store. Best place for holiday goods is at A. T. Crier's. Remember the meeting of the Athletic Club to-night. The cheapest oreralls for the money at W. M. Goss'. Register Hanna, of Hays City, was in town last week. Clothing cheaper than ever, at the New York Store. Oyster atews, 35 cents, at the Delmonlco Restaurant. Another lot of.those 30 cent handkerchiefs, at W. Goss'. A. G. Couse was quite sick last w6ck, hut has recovered. Apples 1 Apples 1 1 Apples 1 1 ! cheap atOber, TPIlson & Co's. The first day of the new year was exceed ingly pleasant. ...

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 January 1878

MISCELLANEOUS ADVS. 6RIGGS & GEBHART, FUKNITUKE, HAKDWAllE, STOVES & TIN WAKE. Dealers in AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND A GENEUAL LINE OF Hardware, John Deere and other first class Plows ALWAYS IN STOCK. Also the Gilpin, Brown & Hughes Sulky Plows. 1877. FALL OF 1877 Wo Reduction of Stock, Great Reduction of prices. &o CO BBPiiHp MSB aJaaaaaaaate. " 'SvSB D) Kansas.Bain & Mitchell Wagons for sala cither for cash or on reasonable time Also Agents for The Ellxoard, Buckeye and other Harvest ers; Buckeye and JS7o. G Reapers; Caseand other Headers; theCel ebrated J. I. Case & Co.'s Thresher, and N S. Vibrators. 103 Santa Fo Avonuo.Sallna. Kansas NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. JACKSON'S BEST SWEET NAVY CHEWING TOBACCO was awarded the highest !ri7catCenlcnnialEio3ltlon fonts flncchcwingqiialitUs,the excellence and lasting character ol itsbweetenlnfr and llmorini. If you want the best tobacco ever made asK your gropera'for this, and see that each plug bears our blue strip trade ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
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