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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 2 November 1871

. V . ft .n -. v ' THE WEEKLY JOURNAL THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1871. I bare advertised bit productloBs and made money. Loogworth. . We we compelled, tbp week', to defer tbe'l publication of the railroad vote in tnls-coaaty. a All the rase are those suit of clothe. -it Hel ler. Everybody buys tbcm, -iLow prices i -i i--' rt Z wa. t.t - a-iu 1-ujia,. Nile v ujc mvsu wna ut, Snow to the depth of about two Inches fell Monday u's'it, but vanished before coon Joaki nest day. This U the first snow ot the At tlie Judicial Convention, at Abilene, Mr. II. G. Banter was nominated forjudge and J. M. Uaniclsou, of thi county, for Rajimaj As- esor. A correspondence (rom Couuty Commission- on. 1J. n ickerdham is unavoidably crowded out by articles' touching the' election. It will appear next week. That genial soul and superb restaurant-keeper. Ed Wittiuan, still luroUlies the people with all the Jclicaciufc and good things of the table. Go there at any bouryou will and you will get a tip-top 'meal. O...

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 November 1871

.annmni. Jt ' uh ztf-H eflgjfae-great con8grtionf4bc pa8t,Yhkt6i'ljondonlinSepteinbcril666, trflTllways1 staritfjiro-cminenf for its tcri rible dcstructivcness. It followed upon thtf-greatf plagnowhich had' .carried off onerthird of the population in the previ ous year, and swept over nearly 'five sixths of tho space included within the city walls at that date. It lasted four days,, arid the ruins covered 436 acres. It destroyed eighy-nine churches (includ ing St. .Paul's,) thcTtoyal Exchange, the CustonrHo&e,.GmIdbal)2lon'.Col!ege and many other public buildings, besides 13,200 private houses. Four hundred streetaw entirety iiidwtnd HHut 200,000 of the inhabitants of the city wew obliged to encamp fbr some time in thattpen fields of Islington ahdUigbgatq. The most disastrous fire in London since that HatcAMmrredon tho 25th.of March, 1748, when two hundred houses in the Cornhill ward were destroyed. Many lmirnptivn fires have occurred in the British metropolis at later dates, 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. — 9 November 1871

- -s"i- . -f .V ..?-.: &- K n . i (J .'.'I. SAUNA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1871. Volume 1. Number 39. -. V . . h . N J 4 - v K THE SALINE COUNTY JOURNAL' IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT "-- SAUNA, KANSAS. OFFICE. No. 60 Suit Fe Atrnur, nrarljr owoU the Heal Estate office of MaJ. Joux W. Brjuu'. TEKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy, one var, One Copy, lx months... OneCviiy, Urreemontb,, 82 00 14S 7J ADVEKTISIXG KATES: t-U'jujlMoxTii. JMirt CMo. $7 00 JO oa 13 00 MOO JJ00 30 00 8)09 lTa-am. $10 00 laouarr. (IN X square, isqaarrs,. 1 squares,. J column., i column,. i w 3tM . J ) - 6 00 111 00 . 4 00 7 00 IS 00 . H 00 li 00 t 00 . 14 00 SO O0 33 00 .2003 noo 5000 tf no i 0 MOO 25 00 0 00 80 00 120 00 i coiumn. Eight lines or log of Nonpareil type constitute a Double column and aUSltert isoncnta out ol the usual shape will be ctiargnl nil n per c. nt. above rates. Bills fur regular advert isiuir mil be collected quar terly. Where fur a less period than three months pay ment in advan...

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 November 1871

fBE WEEKLY JOURNAL W. H. JOHNSON ASM. D. SAMPSON, EDrroBs. Sallna, Kansas: THUKSDAY.NOVEMBER , 1871. "MMm!" The siehinir winds, the murmuring leaves, the flowing waters and nature all about us echo, undeniably, " Stooped ! " As we tread homeward little voices whisper to us. Scooped !" As we pass tip the walk we discern in the faces of some of our constituency, " beooped I In our wakeful hours, in the silent hours of sight, at all times and on every occa sion we're made awaro of one fact, that we are "Scooped! " We are thankful beyond, measure for the suffrages and .support of the many voters of Saline county in the late con teat. Wo have no bitter feelings toward those who of their own free will voted against us.' We treasure up no violent hatred against any one. We freely ad mit that every citisen has a right to vote as he pleases. Tho straight- Republican ticket was elected, with the exception of two men, J. S. Wilcox and M. D. Slocunu The former was candidate for register of deed...

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 November 1871

iiJ-i 7-. V V 'V i-i N- 'i ' i THE WEEKLY JOUMAL THUESDAYj NOVEMBER a. 1871. 71. Fine stock farms for sale at Durham's. Several new buildings are bow going up 'in town. X Com is selling at thirtT-flve cents par bushel at our stores. - Judges-Canficld and Humphrey made us a short Tisit, to-day. Siegel, at bis new store, Is doing a magnifi cent business. The election is overand now let iu b the loan and building action. -- P citizen, ofl Wine county. CoL A pbysidan from Kentucky has opened an' 8. M. Palmer was elected by 16 majority. office hereA Tlie more Uie merrier. Saline county lias never before elected a Com- f mlssioiier as alIe and qualified a thUgentle- ine uujonues lor uic regular Kc-puonca.il ticket aicragrd something over 200. .X - m The cariicnters are tery busy repairing the eats and furniture at the Court House. Court sits iu McPhcrsou county next Mon day and in Saline county the week alter. Vfc understand that Col. Lgali,ofMuIbcrrr creek, will soon open a law office iu...

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 November 1871

'-'tL- "' Z TT3Ma.C5it3ITV ?6a2MxSSEaSfV unrrfn'inm raraw: -ca- :c-w .": --Jtetetaittc tiThe numberless bolls of Moscow re, kept constantly ri nging daring the whole pfsEssiejweekjwkling an toiling without order or regnlarity- The large bell near thecathcdfral is only used on important occasionian'd when it sounds, 'Jaim ltj11itir vnMfnnnt virtratfiA fill , tkJMpi, Moscow, like the fullest tones of - t mwwk organ Am. ucw is eusjicnucu li'tciwer called the belfry of St. Ivanjand f bekeath it are others Jess in size, but yet Annrmnna. ft. ii fnrtv feet nine inches n rimnnrrMim. sixteen and one half inches thick, and weighs more than forty-seven tons. The grcatJbcH of Mos cow, known to be the largest ever found ed, laid' for years in the deep pit in the midst of tho Kremlin and is truly a mountain of metal. The natives regard it with a religious veneration, and would not allow a grain of it to be filed off; but the Czar Nicholas caused it to be remov ed and placed on a granite pedestal...

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 November 1871

-V " ? n s -jst-JM:. aw i wr "wiauwiifTmwg: jr;3adgg "- " -r, . -WJsparfflO. fc ' .t -HC-, J X iX mu MfKJf3Ti;ra VOLUME 1. SALINA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1871. Number 40. j SI;:Maiw :l- R5 iY . V L iV 'i IF- ft. - J 72 THE SALINE COUNTY JOURNAL IS PUBLISHED EVEUT THURSDAY, AT SALINA, KANSAS. OFFICE. No. CO Santa Fe Avwiue. near! "PI"" the Ileal ajtat oSlee of SlaJ. Johv V, UkkKo TERMS OF SUaSCKIlTIOX: One Copy , one year. One Copy, six months,.. Ouc Copy, Uiree month,. . ADVERTISING KATES:, 1 WEEK. I JIoSTII. 3 MO. C SIW. 1 VBAB. lu.jrr tits) J toeu TW " Saquirr,... SOU 400 7 to l aaqur...... 3 (JO 6 o . " auuare,... 400 700 KO0 MW SJJ" fcolmnn ... hoi 14 00 oo W jim tcoluno,... liW to oo 35o 500 SJ ou I column)... 00 33 M WOU SJ M ElEht line or Icim of Nonpareil type con.tltutr a equate. , . i oull- column and all ad t rrt i.ejnrat out ot the o-ual shape will Im charged Bllren -r rrnt. nlioye rale. It'll for rerular advrrtisinj- mill lie. collected quar terly. Where r..r 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. — 16 November 1871

v THE WfflnT.T JOURNAL W. M. 40HNMM 4 . D. SAMPSON, D1T0R8. toiling, Kaunas t' TllUltSl)AY,V0VEMBERJi6, WHIT IS Tt IK KNKtj The late Republican victories throagh; out the Union make it almost certain that a Republican will again fill the Pres idential chair in 1872. Democracy is disorganised and groping around in the ( Muk. m1; MiMwbcr like, is waiting tor ' " something to turn up. These disasters were perchance foreseen when an at tempt was made at the Columbus con '' vention to inaugurate a departure from ' the doad issues of old Demoerasy and t work up a more liberal, progressi ve plat t form. By actions ot'this kind they were entertaining fond hopes that they might j throw bomb-shells into the Republican 'camps, which would disorganize and scatter our forces; and while wo were recovering from the shock, they, with the help of our disaffected and disheart- ened, might boost themselves into power. But they missed their mark, and instead ot breaking into the solid, united Re public...

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 November 1871

Mi ..v I t i - rcr V i :-' - Ir-f V- r -st V l, ) 7 k ). THErWEEKLY JOURNAL THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1871. Fresh cranberries at WaU-on. . V-til-fiT s..W-u. flort'-of t& ifcek was r&- Tlie t1.oii.it of tin? late deft-ated," an-, -Dan it!" A substantial, two-story, frame residence ffoiny up on Fourth -treet.'""at .-.- ... is Just above the dam soon to be built, there will lie a good placfr tho skaters Uiiswiutejavuce witli Durham, Buck wheat flour from North Topcla mills, WatsouV. at a John M. Dauiclson. or Saline county. U elect eil Railroad Assessor of the 8th Judicial II trict. - sa Viiat is better .iau a fragrant HavanaJ"' I, ci" r -MVC for :l U'wrtir. Hon. Ira A. Ruzick. of Lincoln county, eiiy lightened us at tlieauctuin, yesterday. - a a a -- Xctv sugar-cured ham and pickled pork, at AVafc-onV. Judge C.iulicld's majority in the 'district is 709. Verity, the district hath done it ell! i a ' The highest price paid for hides at Golden & Ilagcraan'g meat market. t a a u a...

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 November 1871

s . : jr 1 1-' - "f " -F it 1 tlM to m Yt n V AftirfaHm"; tlwItoaraawtV&iett tef iamedntely extinguishing ' lire, the inost important poirtOBere W prevent iU spreading tb m&ftmHbg buildings, or conmansntilaZ'TO the opposito square. "0-Tb prevent' ft TTom crossing the street, ttoBDttotettfe following simple and cheap plan tnu De lomna tHectttai, it taken in rale t Kivet rings securely six or eight feet apart, to the upper side ot ordinary nose, tie hose to be perforated with holes on one side every six inches. This h.se is to be hung np under the cornice, or be tween the brick or stone, the rings attached to uic hose being put 01. over the spike-heads, thus holding it securely in place. It can be put up rapidly by the hook and ludder company. Then attach an ordinary tight ho.vs to the end of this perforated" hose and bring down to the ground and back to the engine. One engine will force through this hose a sufficient stream to cover the cornice and the entire front of several...

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. — 23 November 1871

'C ,- -; Sir - ft w SALINA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1871. VOLUME 1. Number 41;' ' " ' .! . - IV i?S l V n " I I ;-.! (' V- -- .ite 'f T H E SALINE COUNTY JOURNAL IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT SALINA, KANSAS. tiV JEyr Xo. GJ Santa Fc Avenue, nearly apposite (be Ileal Ifiatc office of MaJ. Jons W. llsu'. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: OneCovr. onuir 9 9? Oue Copy, ?" uiolilltf One Copy, three rnuuths,.... 133 75 ADVERTISING RATES Zr 1 Week t-- -.square (1 f , Squares,... 2 00 JiUltv,... 3U0 I squares,... 4 03 i Ojlumn..... s in t column,... 1; 00 I column.... :w oj I Month. 3Mim. ellos. I zu. S3 03 SiOO i w irj 7 00 10 00 Ol 10 UO 13 00 7 03 M W 13 00 1J 00 20 UO 33 W l 09 3300 w W -. ui 10 00 SO 00 fuoi 13 00 sooo 25 00 J.) 00 8JIW la y tight line, or It,,, of XonparvU ty constitute a qua re lloub'le column aud all advertisement out ol lhU:.ual ham- will Ik charged iln.-en k r c tit. aV.ve i- Kills for reguHr adralUin,' will 1 eolIccled.uar terly. Where fur a !- i-nJ th three in jnl...

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. — 23 November 1871

-" ?"5- vT - .'V.,'?' ? v THE WEEKLY JOURNAL. W. M. JOHNSON it M. D. SAMPSON, EDITOES. Salina, Kansas: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1871. mnnniB. Unquestionably an effort will be made tie coming winter before the Legislature to' do away with the office of State Prin- . ter. A resolution was offered before the late editorial convention to this effect, which, if we mistake uot, passed that bod v. A lot oi hungry printers is a fearful irht. and to their appetites lor a taste of State patronage may be ascribed all I moves of this sort. Wniie we 8ymi-;tie count. That tlicrc nas ueeii a geu thizewith those fellows, as we do with craj expression that the dWranchising all needy and worthy persons, we be lieve the law should stand in subbtance as it exists to-day. To make a change wo believe would be a public injury. It is settled by all that since the printing has been executed by a State Printer the , work has shown more taste m every re spect and generally placed in the hands of the public more...

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. — 23 November 1871

r - "v- l --- T- V . A n- r-t -rr l - "-s" 0 1 - f i ' r K .. l- -c v r l u -1 V 'I Y M- " IU THE WEEKLY JOURNAL THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23,-1871. Fresh cranberries at Watson'. Lookoutferjourpoultryasthcholidays ap- iroach. ..", . ,, , , New sugar-cured hams and pickled pork, at Watson's. . We hear tliat one of oursporUineii has killed nine hundred prairie chickens, this season?. Buck'wheat flour from Korth Topeka mills, at Watson's. Startlingruuiorsof Indian depredations out came to us the other dav. A car load of apples from Ann Arbor, Mich igan, lias been received by Julius Myer. AtllA tfllut fiimitiim rX .fin .mu AfflUlflTc hall lias arrived and is 'aid to be very elegany For a cheap and substantial overcoat that Trill .it you as well a if made to order, go to , fa jt 1)t?(itueDistrict Court in ---Ion e Salina Clothing Store. JatSaUnaandiinTuesday theplaintiff-withdrcvv The Ottawa County Mqxmler.t says that their suit. He not advi-ed for what reasons there arc tracer ofan ancient tio...

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. — 23 November 1871

A-'iri.-" ' ?- -f -- -' " "-f ,-A t "ar - - ? tnaftrlie MH. This splendid anuual which isso'much admired by allJoversof flowerihasbcen found by many very difficult Tb winter. Saving been uniformly Enccessful for any years in wintering bulbs and tu bers wo give our method: f Select a dry day in autumn for digging two or three weeks after the foliage has been killed by tho frost- Dig carefully so as not to break the roots ; shako off all loose earth; cut the stalk three or four inches above the tubers; Uo on wooden labels as soon as you take each root from tho ground. This will save many mistakes in regard to colors. .Let tho roots" remain in tbo sun during the day ; then place them in a box or barrel . tkm ?n n Aw room or back kitchen. whero there will be no danger of frccz ; ArtAi- niTMk ormorolook them over carefully. By this time most of them will be sufficiently dry. Bcplaco them in tho barrel ; if any roots appear moist place them at tho top, sex mew m Hnrlr rfosct in an upper r...

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. — 30 November 1871

'- .s. -v X -I- v ? - M M.'SSl? Volume 1. SAUNA, KANSAS, THUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1871. Number 42. , aaaaaeaenaaeeaaeaaaaaaeaaaaaaeaem - - - - - : ; ,,-,., , , , .J . . jj : i p rv L r U 1 IP ' S !- "J f,$ Lr. THE SALINE COUNTY JOURNAL IS PUBLISHED EVERT THOE8DAT, AT SALINA, KANSAS. OFHCE. Xo. 60 Suit Fe Arenue, nearly opposite the Seal Xsute offlce of MaJ. Join W. Bnii'. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: OneCgpy, oae Tear ....... Ope Copy, six month One Copy, three months iw .......... 1 23 :s ES: SUM. lVCAJt. tTM (10 00 JO 03 13 W 1S0J MOT IS 00 SSOO 00 9000 900. WW 80 00 MOW ADVERTISING KATES: 1 itomt: s Mos 1 square fl o 2 squares,... 3 00 Inquire.... J uO squares.... 4 00 not ww 400 ; 600 TOO 12 00 9900 MOO 1100 39 00 SOD tejinmn.... 8 60 t column,... it lealoma,... S3 W JSOO SOW Eljtht linn or less of Nonpareil type constitute quare. UouSile column and all adTertiaementa ont ot the niaal shape trill be charged fifteen per cent, soots rates. JJdU for regular adtrertisinic will t colleeted q...

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. — 30 November 1871

J TEE WEEKLY JOURNAL H. JOHNSON tM.1. SAMMOM, EDITOBS. Salina, Katmas: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1871. TIB rCKL ajESlTO. It is something of a mooted question In this region of country as to whether there is sufficient fuel to supply the de mand. One ot the first objections rais ed to the country by the stranger is, there is no timber." Let him, howev er, follow the water courses closely and he is surprised not only at the large quantity but good quality of the timber that presents itself on close inspection. He also discovers a handsome growth ofi young timber springing up on the banks of the streams, in the low wet places, at tht! ediresoffiolds. and in every place on the prairie, where man has taken the leastcare to protect the tender roots j . 1 4!a Timlwfcv tfrt-flU!! iFom inc rsivixgci ui mt. .. &"""tnu uunvtvi imvj in n ... - more spontaneously in our country than j sirc a regeneration they are careful about in other country in the United States, J making the needed expositio...

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. — 30 November 1871

a- . ' N- 14, (A , fv ' K THE WEEKLY JOURNAL THUBSDAY. NOVEMBER SO. 1871. Wild turkey are plenty now.' Now for your " sassage" aad pancakes. St. Jago sugar at Watson's.. a r Clothing Heller Salin Clothing Store - ,re em .uu.w., m wmrrw. How U the Urn J for country spelling schools .j w. r fun C. L. Hussey. Kq has built an addition to hU cozy little residence on Kigiith street. The whistling winds are searching out tb eraeks aad crannies wherein to hide. -ii- .r .- r"KnP"y nose Incline to rub.cundily? i.fT..-l. ; . Mr. J. F. Clirdy. late of the Womego Va'Ug. I was in the city and called on us Monday. A few more of thoc cheap Dress Good at Watson's. Job work is rudiiiig" lit and it U diiHcult for us to meet ail of our engagements nni.v.,...!utlnn u-itl. drank ' " clean throujrb." How srreat men will dissi- p, - - ThebuUesnowajiiieLarenotfeeWerep - resenutionsoftlieir.kies"asseenup!nthe approacn to ieiner. Senator Sprag.ic. of RIkmIc Inland. pxed all. through hen- MonJav. bound out it ...

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. — 30 November 1871

s is- - I ft I ,; lwUalWMtaK. .J. AJBecond lieutenant, by tie name of IV . was once assigned to our regiment. who wan 6ora?ari"d raised in the wilds of Indians; and though, he possessed, n 'taralljr, fair intellectual fCHlties,yet he had received no education save what had been imparted to him in the .rudimenta ry schools of the rural districts along the AVabash V-alley. His vernacular was unique, abounding in idioms unknown to the lexicographer; but he seemed all unconscious of his scholastic deficiencies ; and was especially fond of ladies' sofiety. He visited them often, his style diverted not a little,-he was received kindly, and invited to repeat his calls. A Miss H , from New York city, vis ited the family of one of the officers, and remained some months. She was high ly accomplished, p retty, animated, at tractive and piquant, and withal, genial, kind, amiable, fond of admiration, and a bit of a coquette, with a decided penchant ior badiuage aud fun. No sooner had she been pr...

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. — 14 December 1871

mmmm ifiTriinrw vt i i-..y. wTrjf-,M,lSjfcSVir'l lu'Wi'S, Ml II ! "Ifii'i.i ni iiinn iMi iMiM III, i,ii-i I Jilirh-T., ffcrrVWT T - Jf " rzt-Ofe 4V- TJitmMiliawwiMMIIWwiwu.liMiii' HHSWH.iSS'.SS -g.jniH'i ' a ri.ss,ir - , . lA i ,?, r s- ;- Volume 1. SALINA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1SJ1. Number 44. r. f VJtt p r I i V ' yr. La r -' R.- I-, - I- SIM K , ( w C-.. 4 I TUB" SALINE COUNTY JOURNAL IS PUBLISHED EVttY THCBSDAY, AT SALINA, KANSAS. OFriCC-Xo. 00 Sau Fe Atimt, nearly ppoX tho Bern) Estate Wee of . Jo" W. Ian'. TEHM.S OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oae Copy, oac year, H00 One Copy, six mouth. g Oae Copj, thrr month s ADVERTISING RATES: IWia. 1 Moxth. :Mh. Mos. ...Hn raw iN ; ... I 80 4 00 JO lt 1 Yea. low woo MM AN laauarc.. 2 square,. 4 square,. I squares,, t column.. .300 CM MM UOO .4 00 ; . .SOU U00 "MOO O0 . K 00 2000 JS0O so w MOO X0 MOO WW MOO tcotumn, 1 column.. sow iso Eight lines orl!cs of XunpareU type eonsUtote a square. Double column and ill advertkwmcnt out ol the usual sh...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 14 December 1871

TBE WHXIXJD11RHAL AM.. tMinOH. EDITOBS. ' nT I TJirrifSHA Y TlKfTKURKR 7.1- mil- AAA.W4.M-'-'.-J , - - -a- --. TEC nmU C9U snX. From a rough estimate wc are srtfsfitaf that at leaet ten thousand dollars- wall. havoboen sent away for the coal use by tho people of our city from the time cold, weather sets in to the coming of warm.. - weather. This ateowht will supply only a portion of oar popnlationj , aajaany bbcH wooa. At tne rating pnee oi nine u tea dollars per ton for coal, and vo to aevea dollars per cord for wood, coal has ita advantage in being cheaper and fur nishing tho greater amount of heat, and the coaaamers of coal will increase in stead of diminish. There are more persons in Salina who aae coal this win tar than there were last numbers bava laid aside their wood stores, sold or gat rid of them in some shape and most of the ncw-cimcrs rig themselves oat with 1-oal stoves. Then the question with us is squarely upon the use of coal for fuel, and how can c supply ourselves ...

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