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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 10 January 1878

j iau ?- I L - - VESPERS. To mc there comes the sweetest tones Like tiie irarblteg of bird notes: And little brokcnrhalf-Bftld words, Like the twittering from bird-throats. Upon my check a child's soft band. Like the touch of a doves breast; And on my grizzly beard a curl, t Wfc the down of a doTo's nest. ( VtABd when those eyes look into mine . 'Tis the grace ol a day fld. For in their depths of mystery Js the lore of a day dead. Tlifofl Boston -Advertiser calls this sketch oi the war of 1812, by Oliver VtfndolKHolmcs, f'Tho carbon of history rofinod an a diamond :" A crash as when some swollen cloud Cracks o'er the tangled trees! " Wlth side to side, and spar to spar, t . .XJiosirsmocUng decks are these? I know St. George's blood-red cross, t k. tTfiou mistress of the seas f Buf what Is she, whose streaming bar Roll out belore the breeze? ( 'Ati.hvelUier iron ribs arc knit. ffiMI 38 f SALINE COUNTY JOUKNAL IS PlTBtlSITED EYIRT THURSDAY, BY ill. J). 0 i. JE. SAJUJPSOJS AT SALIXA, K...

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. — 10 January 1878

The Saline County Journal. S.A.XJXXIS-J&., ZE.ACTaS.A.S. THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1878. The war party in England sooms to bo losing ground. Samuel Bowles, of tho Springfield Re publican, has bad a relapse and now lies in a very serious condition. Kansas, thus far, has escaped bliz zards and below zero-weather. She may catch it soon, however. A Constantinople dispatch says that Russia's answer to England's notice is that Turkoy should apply for an ar mistico directly to tho Russian Commander-in-chief. Hon. Alfred Gray has been appointed ono of tho Paris commissioners, being tho first one selected by tho Secretary of State. A great honor to Gray as well as to tho Stato oi Kansas. Tho bird law of Kansas, so tar us it relates to tho transporation of birds from Kansas to othor Statos, has been decided unconstitutional by the Su promo Court of tho Stato. Tho Popo has authorized Cardinal Manning to negotiate with Great liritian for tho removal of curtain difficulties which delay the re-es...

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. — 10 January 1878

, i t r The Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1878. Extra Copies of the JOUBHTAIi can be oundat the Book and News S tore of White head & Seaman's, first door east of Fostofflco. Oysters at Lay's. Tolerably chilly. General Kilpatrick the 19th. Moonlight evenings again. Fresh Baltimore oysters at Lay's. For bargains, call at H. C. Yungfloisch & Co.'s Tho cheapest goods at tho New York Store. Best place for holiday goods is at A. T. Crier's. Now York Storo priotor. -B. A. Litowich,pro- The days are growing perceptibly tango r. Mr. Frank Goodnow is east on a busi ness tour. Oyster stews, 33 cents, at the Delmonico Restaurant. Furs at Now York cost, at Ober, Wil son & Co's. j Choice fresh oysters the best in the market at Lay & Bros'. Thero is some talk of repeating tho um a oiRs uoncert. OrsTEits raw, per dozen 30 cents, at the Delmonico Restaurant. Live chickens and turkeys wanted by C. E. Meade & Son. Goods way down to the bottom, at the JNow lork Storo....

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. — 10 January 1878

MISCELLANEOUS ADVS. FUENTTUKE, HAEDWAKE, STOVES & TINWAEE. BRIGGS & GEBHART, 1877. FALL OF 1877 Dealers in No Reduction of Stock? Great Reduction of prices. CO AND A GENERAL LINE OF Hardware. John Deere and other first class Plows ALWAYS IN STOCK. Q3 Also the Gilpin. Brown & Hughes, Sulky Plows. J Kansas,Bain & Mitchell Wagons for tale pither Tor casli or on reasonable Mm Also Agents for The Ellward, Buckeye and other Harvest ers; Buckeye and $?o. G Reapers; Caseand other Headers; theCel ebrated J. I. Case & Co.'s Thresher, and X. S. Vibrators. 103 Santa Fo Avenue. Sallna. Kansas NOTICE. iT'UEU, 1 us, J1.1877. ) OFFICE OF COUNTY IREASI'REK. SjLI.INE CoVNTTi KAV3AB, bnllna, DectmlHr. NOTICE Is htreliy gWea that the following Uc Bcribed tracts ot school land unit Improvenunta, situated In baling county, Kansas, will be offrrrd for sale at public auction, at the olllce of the bounty Treasurer, in the court house, atSulina, Kansas, on Saturday, February 2nd, A D 1878...

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. — 17 January 1878

c k PICTURES OP MEMORY. BT.AUCKCAST. Anions: the beautiful pleturcs That tang on'mcmory'8"wall Is one or a dim old forest. That sccnuth best of all ; Rot for its jrnarled oaks o'den. 9 ; -"ar'wuu tticmisletoc: V potior the iiolcta golden ft J . Q,i Thai sprinkle the t ale below; f, .ui lor me muK-wuue lines That lean from the fragrant hedge, Coquetting: all day w ith the sunbeams, rVAud stealing their golden at&c; IfTft fiV for ,he vinP8 on the upland, u' " -MYhcrc the brightrcd berries rest ; .Nor the pinks .nor the pale sweet cowslip, I kit j Itsumethto me the best. I once had a little brother, J" With eyes that were dark and deep: fit JIn tbe laP of that dim old lorest He lictii in peace at sleep, ! " ( Light as the down of the thistle, it 'rec a3 the Winds that blow, f)0 t i c luitu inure ine ueauuilll summers, I The summers of long ago; But his feet on the bills grew weary, .Vid, one of the autumn eves. j. iiuuc mr my nine Dromer X bed of yellow leaves. (Sweetely his pale a...

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. — 17 January 1878

The Saline Countv Journal. THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1878. President Hayos protests against the proposed emigration of negroos from Florida to San Domingo. Victor Emanuel, King o f Itlay, died on tho 9th inst. Prince Humbert was immediately proclaimed King, with tho titlo of Humbert I. A call has been issued for a national convention of tho National Party to bo held at Toledo on tho 22nd of February next. Can any body toll us what tho National Party is? "Rohollitization" is tho newly coined word coined by Story of tho Chicago Times. While somo people are wanting tho dollar of their fathers, Story wants the hell of his fathers. Tho Grand Duke Nicholas has sent word to Turkey that ho has full power to treat for final peace. There are strong indications that poaco will be made. An armistice is already roported. Geo It Pock has been reappointed U S District Attorney for Kansas. Wo boliove tho action of the Prosidont in this appointment will bo sustained by four-fifths of tho votors of tho 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. — 17 January 1878

I s The Saline County Journal THUHSD AY, JANUARY 17, 1878. Extra Copies of the JOUBNAIi can be oundat the Book and News Store of "White head & Seaman's, first door east of Postofflce. Oysters at Lay's. Beautiful moonlight. General Kilpatrick the 19th. "Moro-Beobo" is tho jingle. Kilpatrick January 19 th. Fresh Baltimore oysters at Lay'3. Gron. Kilpatrick Saturday evpsing. Those cheap mitts, at W. M. Goes'. Court Adjourned sino die .last Mon day. Oyster stews, 33 cent", at the Delmonlco Restaurant. Now York Store B. A. Litowicb, proprietor. Two or threo now city additions are , spoken of. A number of ladios haro organized a reading club. Choice frcsli oysters the best In the market at G. J. Lay's. Choice Iowa Peach Blows at Obcr, Wilson & Co's. Tho best kind of goods for the money, , at V. M. Gobs'. Live chickens and turkeys wanted by C. E. Moado & Son. Otsters raw, per dozen 30 cents, at the Delmonico Restaurant. Live chickens and turkeys wanted by C. E. Meade & Son....

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. — 17 January 1878

MISCELLANEOUS ADVS. NOTICE. FURNITUEE, HARDWARE, STOVES & TIN WAKE. FALL OF OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER, OILINK COUKTY, HANSA8, auuna, December ; .SURER, 1 JSAB, : 31, 1877. ) 1877 NOTIUL Is hereby given that the following de scribed tracts oi school laud nnd improvements, situated in Saline county. Kansas, will be offered for sule at public auction, at the office of the County i treasurer, in uie coun noube, ut sauna, Kansas, on Saturday, February 2nd, A. D 1878, between tne hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 3 o'clock p. m, ! No bids will be entertained for less than the np-1 firalsed value of said land and Improvements ae shown i n this notice, and one-tenth of the purchase monev, and full appraised value of improvements, must be Iiuiu ai nine oi saie. 1877 No Reduction of Stocky Great Reduction of prices. oo Description : S : g u S f 1 I I H If ; H X nenrswar j Jjj $4M 243 00 nwqrswqr . jC 15 1 7 00 328 00 .swqrswqr h6 15 j 6 00 40fl 00 s,eqrswqr iC 15 j 4 50 2 J8 00 neqr neqr . 36...

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. — 24 January 1878

M II I 3 p 'r$ .j J SONG. Street wind thnt blows o'er Eunny isles The soltness of the seal Blow thou across these moving miles News of mr love to me. Ripiilcs her hair like waves that sweep About this iilcasant 6hore; Her eyes ure bluer than the deep Itouud rocky Appledorc. Her sweet breath shames the scattered spray, Sort kissed by curly light; I dream she is the dawn of day That lilts me oat of night. A Voice From Congress. Editor Christian Union : Sir: Some ono has boon kind enough to mail to mo a pamphlet copy of a ser mon by Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, with the imprint of tho Christian Union on its titlo-pago. I understand it was first published in iho Union. Its subject is Perils, Past and Present. I do not know that sermons aro with in tho just limits of discussion, or that wo can do more than simply accept or reject them, as unhappy men were forced to do with tho dogmas of tho onrlier church. Neither shall I attempt to offer any opinion as to tho legitimate sphere of pulpit ora...

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. — 24 January 1878

V The Salim, County Journal.1 sai.is.-a, xs.jGL.vri3.AGi. ; THOTSDAYTjlNUAitY 21, 187S. ' . : --- . i All Official Printing of Saline County Published in this Paper. Cleopatra's JSTeedlo is cow floating in the Thames below London. Samuel Bowles, editor of the Spring field, Mass., .Republican, died on the lGth in st. Ex-Gov. Groorae, of Maryland, was elected U. S. Senator frorn that State laBt Friday. John Morrisey is reported to bo in tho last stages of consumption of Jackson ville, Florida. Stanley, tho explorer, is making his triumphal march to London, and gather ing honors'as lib proceeds. Tho groat fomalo pedostnan, Bertha Von Hi 1 lor, accomplished her task of walking eighty-nine iriles in twonty-six hours. Mrs. Fremont writes from Paris that tho Fronch trials resulted in giving Gon eral Fremont complete release from all obligations. Russia keeps on threshing tho Turks and seems determined to clean them out entirely before sho will bo ready to talk peace. A bill has been prepar...

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. — 24 January 1878

.r r v The Saline County Journal THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1878. Extra Copies of tho JOUBRTAIi can be ound at the Book and News Store of "Whito huad& Seaman's, first door east of Postofflce. Music, Farces, Tableaux, at Athletic Hall to-night. Oysters at Lay's. And still trade docs not revive. Fresh Baltimore oysters at Lay's. New liuildinjj and Loan tomorrow night. We hear of some bad cases of dyptherla. Mr. D. B. Powers has gono to Cheyenne. The frost Is pretty nearly out of the ground. Mulberry creelc has been up and ''boom ing." Look atyhosc percale shirts, at W. M. Goss'. iri A grand entertainment at Athletic Hall to night. Bed comfort at cost, at Markland, Dodge Moore's. A new lot of silk handkerchiefs, at W. M. Goss'. Oyster stew?, 3." cents, at the Delmonico Itestaurant. Pleasant overhead, but that does not help the walking. Oeercoils at actual cost, at Markland, Dodge $ Moore t. Choice fresh oysters the best In the market at G. J. Lay's. Mr. B. A. Litowich, of this city, has...

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. — 24 January 1878

Nfe MUta MISCELLANEOUS ADVS. NOTICE. OFFICE OF OOUKTY TREASURER, ) Samnk Couktt, Kansab, Salina, .December 31, 1877, J NOTICE is hereby gicn that the following de scribed tracts ol school land nnd ImnroveruenU. situated in Saline county, Kansas, ill be offered for sale at public auction, at the oince or the county Treasurer, in the court house, atSuhna, Kansas, on Saturday, February 2nd, A. D., 1878, between tne hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 3 o'clock p. ra, No bids will be entertained for less than the ap praised alue of said land and improvements as show n in this notice, and one-tenth of the purchase money, and full appraised value of improcments, must be paid at time of sale. 1877. FttENlTURE, HAEDWAEE, STOVES & TINWARE. FALL OF 1877 s Description neqrswar.... nwqr swqr . . swqrswqr .. scqrswqr.... neqr neqr.... nwqr neqr . . swqrneqr.... aeqrseqr.... near nwqr .. nwqr nwqr . . swq.nwqr .. seqrnwqr.... neqrswqr.... nwqrswqr .. ncqrsiqr.... nwqr ttiqr .. seqrswqr.... swqrawqt ...

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. — 31 January 1878

-- Y Xt ir C l,C-t KC .&- L v a t c-e, ipnp SALINE COUNTY JOURNAL is rintMsrrcn evzkt Thursday, bt .1. j. .0 j,. j?. sampsof AT SAMXA, KANSAS. KICK On Iron ,rrnue, three doors eet nl ilwl'mt Office. TERMS OK SUBSOniPTlOX : "C oii.jiv,oneyrr.. ,., tine Copy, W month. inefftpr. three month . 1H On, -what hs Ivcome of Old Winter? And why d- 'I lie give us some snoirr Oar business is way below zero. And yet the north wind s do not blow. There are oceans or mnd in the country And ocean j of mud in the town , Ami oceans of bilU from the eastward. And occani of hello. Old Brown! Now how, tn the name of creation, bid you managed to get through the bogs? Sho! Jnst on the point of starvation, ' And llTinj- on bud wheat and frogs. Now, Brown, ou must promise meone thing That when j ou get back to the farm You'll art. tin- good Lord, as a faror. To plcac jttt let up ou this warm For 'it' rai.sins the deuce with our business And wvean'thelp ourselves nor the church. And, Brown, just put this...

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. — 31 January 1878

I i The Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1878. AH Official Printing of Saline County Published In this Paper. E. K. Collins, tho founder of ono of tbo first of tho American steamship lines to Earopo, died in New York the 23d inst. "Hind quarters in-tho-saddlo" McClel lan will, from present appearances, be tho next Democratic candidate for the Presidency. The first government ship has started for Paris, with a cargo of exhibits for tbo world's fair. Another will start the first week in February. i. aa-a m -- It is reported that a much bettor feel ing provails between tho Republicans in Congress and the Administration, and tho animosities aro daily growing less. Jim Horton was beaten in his contest caso of Horton vs Watson, tho former contesting tho election of tho latter to the office of treasurer of Douglas county. awn Tweed has made application to tho Now York Supremo Court for his dis charge under the poor debtor act. Ho was taken to tbo court, but a hearing of the cas...

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. — 31 January 1878

7J ff. Jl a r . i f ' ! J - m .v ? . ; I '7- I t I.' Ai Li M r a . 'i v1 r J . The Saline County Journal THURSDAY, JANUABT 31,1878. Extra Copies of the JOUKHAI. eaa b found at the Book and JStwu Store of White head ft Seaman's, first door east of Focto&ce. Tice for February. t, clear and pleasant; 2nd to 5th, clouding threat-rnin-wralhcr. with heavy rain and anew storms in places; Sth to 7th clear or fair, and very cold if wind Iroci northwest. Sth to 12th, severe storms in places; 12th to ltth, clear or lair, and if wind from north or northwest, cold. ltth to nth. clouding, threatening weather, with rain and snowstorms; 17 th to 18th, clear or fair, but sudden changes itrobable; 19th to SSnd, clouding, threatening weather, with violent wind storms and rain or snow. Snd to to 2Mb , cold, if heavy storms have occurred ; 2ilh to 2ttn, cloudincr, threatening weather, with Heavy raina ana snows in piaees. The warm, or comparttivcly warm days will be about tho Si, 9th. 10th, 2U and 2...

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. — 31 January 1878

NEW ADYEIiTISEAIENTS. A GREAT OFFER FOR HOLIDAYS, "We will during these HARD TIMES and the HOLIDAYS disposeorlOO HEW PIANOS and OBOANSo first-class makers at lower prices for cash, orinstallracnts. than ever before offer ed. WATERS' PIANOS and OHO AN8 arc the BE8T MADE. warrautedforS years. Illustrated Catalogue mailed. Great indHcements to the trade. PIANOS, 7-octac. JHO; 71 octaie, S130. OH OAN8,2stoi,StS; stoiis, 33; 7 stops, ; 8 (tops, $70; 10 stops, ; 11 etojis, $30; ta perfect or der, not wed a voir. &heet mnsic at half price. HOBAC WATEBS SONS. Manufacturers and Dealers, 0 East Hth street, New York. I CURE FITS!! When I say I cure, I do not mean merely to stop them for a time nnd then hare them return again, I mean a radical cure. I am a regular physician and Jiaye made the disease ot FURNITURE, HARDWARE, STOVES & TINWARE. 1877. FALL OF 1877 Iff o Reduction of Stock, Great Reduction of prices. FitSjEpUepsyorPallingSicknesSj s a life-long study. I warrant my remedy to ...

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. — 7 February 1878

GAt-- .': r Ur-c(! a. -L V-L. yujb N-c r&'i l.4i I r i.' Habit Makes tke Weauur. Mrs. Myra Clark Gaines, having es tablished her claim to 93,000,000 worth of property in Louisiana, is about to en ter upon proceedings to establish her claim to sixteen or seventeen thousand acres of land in Missouri. She doesn't need the land; there is only a possibili ty that she will ever secure it ; but lib eration is with her a matter of habit, and this new stop would indicate that she cannot be contented or happy without a quarrel about land and other property on har hands. A business man who has been intense ly active for thirty or forty years cannot be easy in retirement. He is lost with out tho care, worry and ezcitonrent in cident to tho management of businoss complications, and more ofton than oth erwise Buch a man returns to the work and worry of business life, and falls, when he does fall, in working harness. Much the same spirit must animate Mrs. Gaines in her present action to recove...

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. — 7 February 1878

The Safe County Journal. WITH ISUJr'ir'l iTTMTTrP THURSDAY, FEBBUARY7, 1878. All Official Printing of Saline County Published In this Paper. VOLUME YHIXO. I. This week the Journal enter upon its eighth volume. During the seven years we bavo been in the newspaper business in Salina we have never had occasion to find fault with the people of our city and county, as thoy have ever been warm friends and liberal supporters of the Journal. We thank them heartily for their favors of the past, and ask that the" same kind friendship and indulgence may be con tinued. During the past year presses and oth er material to the amount of $2,000 have been added to our office, and we now have the most complete office west of Topeka. We have a Cincinnati cylinder newspaper press the only cylinder press in Kansas west of Junction City ; we have two Gordon jobbers one an J medium and the other a i medium. Added to all these appliances for first- class and speedy work, wo have the largest circulation and...

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. — 7 February 1878

.X t' f The Saline County Journal. THUESDAY, FEBBUABY 7, 1878. WITH iini ppi .-erNX a-lr-in Extra Copies of the JOUB TAXi caa be found at the Book and Hews Store of 'White head & Seaman's, flirt door eaat of Foatofica). Tice for February. Hh to 12th, severe, storms in place; 12th to 11th, clearer fair, and If wind from north or northwest, cold. 14th to 17th, doadiojr, threatening weather, with rain and mow atorms ; 17th to lath , clear or fair, but sadden changes probable; 19th to 22nd, clouding;, threatening weather, with riolent wind starmi ad rain or snow. 22nd to to 25th, cold, if heary storms have occurred; 25th to Uth, clouding;, threatening; weather, with heavy rains and snows In plains. The warm, or comparttlvclr warm days will be about the 3d, 9th, 10th, 26th, and 27th. The cold, or eorapai-tlrelT cooler days will be about the 6tn, 12th, tsth, 2St and -. Volume 8, So. 1, Oysters at Lay'. Times are close, sir. Land buyers are arriving. Fresh Baltimore oysters at Lay's. Y...

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. — 7 February 1878

MISCELLANEOUS ADVS. G. E. HUTTON Horse Trainerfi VelerinarySurgeon, ! B3W01 guarantee core in diseases or Ctirb, Sweeny I FiswlaMd all other horse diseases. Perfect satisfac-l tinn vnBTWliteed- ' Office and Stables at Coose's Red Barn. ! MRS. ANNA C. MEAD. DRESS-MAKER, Has removed to Second door South ofHr. Clarkson's Iatery Stable. w 94 SANTA FE AVENUE Her prices will be most reasonable, and aha guaran tee Ue quality of network to be unequaled. She has employed the belt of help in ber business. BUTRICK'S PATTERNS FOLLOWED LADIES' VBAPPISQASD CBILDBEK SCLOTII- 1XO WIT.L BE MADE AFTEB THE MOST APPROVED STYLES. Satisfaction Guaranteed. r 4k. :Dx. Orler'ai Old. I f tsUXCl. Confectionery and Bakery. FRESH OYSTERS. Pies and Cakes of all kinds. Cheese and Frultsol all descriptions. Nnta of all kinds. Sardines, Ac. Hot Tea and Coffee at all Hours Cake of all kind made to order on short notice. r. - QKO. J. LAY ft BROTHER. 1 Proprietors. WESTERN STAR MILLS. NORTH SIDE OF IRON AVENUE BRIDGE,...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
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