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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 14 March 1878

' - i I I i V y The Saline County JonraaL THURSDAY, MARCH 14,1878. r-- Extra Copies of tho JOURNAL can bo found at the Book and Gcwi Store of White head & Seaman's, first door east of Postoftce. Sunshiny days. Oysters at 'Lay's. Wheat ranging way down. The town is lull of strangers. All happy at trade prospects. Buy apples of J. C Rash & Son. Fresh Baltimore oysters at Lay's. JIave you seen the Conference Daily? itoth sunshine and shadow yesterday. Demorest's patterns at Mrs. Hedigan's. M. . Conference commenced yesterday. iJny your general merchandise of J. C.Basb &Son. Half soles, taps and heels, at Ober, WI1- son & Co's. Oyster stew, 3.1 cents, at the Delmonico Restaurant. Ladle serge lace boot 90 cents, at Ober, Wilson & Co's. Choice fresh oysters the best in the market at G. J. LayV. The elevator men have been qnltc busy for several days past. You can save $100 per year by trading with Olwr, Wilson & Co. Vnn'e ami hnro' ifa n Aa nn tratjA afr s-J O afV U...

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. — 14 March 1878

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PROOt THAT ADVERTISING PAYS. Ttic Araerkaa public is familiar with the Adrertii ing Agency ofGto.r.Eowtll Co. If any firm doing business on the continent can afford to "more on" with a tpltndid reputation through these hard times, thia would seem to be the one. It is advertised by an appreciative oewtpaper fiaternlty very largely with out charge; yet inriew of all these iacU, the liat aent us far. usa next month, for which they pay a fair price, in money, by the inch, is devoted largely to their own business. The order takes us somewhat by surprise, and it would reassure us if wc were disposed to doubt the wisdom ofpsau'a? business through the hardest times. We add for the benefit of the Thomases who may read that Messrs. Geo. P. Howell ft Co., some nearer knowinsr all about the adrcrising business than any other urm, having handled millions and millions of dollars thus appropiated. Another leature worth noting U their liberality with Uncle 8am." They have doubtl...

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. — 21 March 1878

ite Ss, VUM, Pf "aaa tT r A XJUJ2g&sM t" I li I . i Conference Freceeiiags. ThcbIdat, March, 14. Aflor the regular half boor devotional oxcrciscs conJeronco was opened, tba minutes of Wednesday's session read and approved. iiovs. P.Tfihoades, of tho8outhKar. bas conference, Holland, of Erio confer, once; W. A. Simkins, ot tho Presbyteri an churcb, Salina; J P Dew, ot tho. St. Louis conference; (Jolt, ot Wisconsin, and Hosier, of Contral Pennsylvania co n fore n co wore introduced. ; Dr. Waldon called' tho attention of any members who bad como in after bis statement of Wednesday, to their ac counts with tbo Book concern. Ho was glad that tbo ministers were paying up so well, still thero wero somo unsettled accounts. On motion of J D Knox, J 8 Emblo ton was appointed to assist tbo secreta ry on tho local preachers list. P T lihonUcs presented a paper on ed ucation, which was referred to tho com mittee on education; also tho report of committee on education of tho South lvan-ai con...

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. — 21 March 1878

The Saline County Journal THURSDAY, MABCH 21, 1878. All Official Printing of Saline County Publish In thi Paper. WJ.XV-5-,. .HJ.JJ Ben. Simpson has been confirmed U. S. Marshal. Will he now accept? Wo nndorstaad that Noble L. Pren- Ub is to make bia home in Kansas City hereafter, and will be advertising writer for the Kansas Pacific Railroad. Hon. Alexander Caldwell, President of the Kansas Wagon MannfactariBg Company, haaooatracted with the War Department for taVmanofactare of one hundred amy wagons. The'JouBNAL has by far tho largest circulation of any paper in Saline coun ty, but its proprietors do not find it necessary to brag about it in every is sue. People "know it; especially adver tisers. Major T. J. Anderson, of Tope k a, general passenger agent of Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fo road, has received tho appointment from the t-ompany of general agent of the freight and passen ger departments for Kansas, Colorado and Mow Mexico. in the case of the State vs. Thos. A. Anderson,...

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. — 21 March 1878

r' v HF ' ." 4 The Saline County -Journal. THUIISD A V, MARCH 21, 1878. Extra Copies of the JOUBNAIi can be found, at the Book and Sews Store of White head & Seaman's, first door cast of Postofficc. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION OnrCoj", one year. OneUopj-.sixmonlhs OneL'opy, threcmontlw ADVERTISING RATES : -tjeo 'Si I Wefk. 1 MoxTJ'. 3Mos, Cklos. 1 Yeab. stpn $iWJ S00 S7O0 tlOO ' soo r.oo too looo isoo " spo con looo isoo so oo . MI TOO 1300 1800 300 . SCO 1000 SOW) 3000 MOO 1!W ISOM S5M 4000 6500 .2000 3300 NW COO 10008 I square . Sjqnares.. S square?.. 4 squares.. column.. rolnmn . I comma.. EJ"Ccjrali ular advertisers trill becuarcedsix cents per line for local notices an a an outers icn cenia per line ficn. Kilpatrick the 2Sth. Young onions in the market. Temperance is in the very p.lr. Spring plowing I far advanced. People begin to talk of garden seed. A splendid place for a lunch at Lay". Really unpleasantly warm yesterday. The fitiost candies in the city at Lay'. The stomach cni...

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. — 21 March 1878

1SEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PROOF THAT ADVERTISING PAYS. The American public is familiar with the Advertis ing Agency of Geo. P. Howell A Co. If any firm doing basinets on the continent can afford to "marc on" with tpiratfrf reputation, through these hard times, his would seem to be the one. It is advertised by an appreciative newspaper fraternity very largely with out charge; yet in view of all these f nets, the list sent ns for use next month, for which they pay a fair price, in money, liy the inch, is devoted largely to thcirovrn. business. The order takes us somewhat by surprise, and it would reassure us if we were disposed to doubt the wisdom otpmthing business through the hardest times. We add for the benefit of the Thomases who may read that Messrs. Geo. P. Howell & Co., ome nearer knowing all about the adrcruing business than any oiberflrm, having handled millions and millions of dollars thus approptated. Another lcature worth noting is Uttir liberality, with "Uncle Sam." Tory ...

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. — 28 March 1878

HBSry-3F 3BBiBWW Eli!, iot . .H f Hal (?j -v '. ffl ,1 fag? Tko Xeadow Spring 'Lauretta Marshall, whore bave you boon?' There was a despairiucr emphasis in Mrs. Marshall's voice. She had lot fall j the towel with which sho was wiping tho teacups, and stood the picture of' consternation and despair. 'Only down to tho spring, mother.' ' 'But look atthat bran new lawn dress, i torn half off you.' I 'The brier bushes did it.' i Tho girl did look rather woiully at mo pretty aress nan aostroyed, bat had a flashing, niischiovous, swoct little face that could not stay long in shadow. 'Xever mind, Bet; come hero and tell mo what year I bought tho white heifer in,' said Mr. Marshall, who stood at a desk in tho corner making out bis quar ter's accounts. Mrs. Marshall picked up her towel, murmuring despairingly as tho girl turned toward her father. Two years last Ma3, father. It wan tho j'car I was fourteen,' said Ret. look ing over her father's work xvith his hand on her shoulder. lie turned h...

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. — 28 March 1878

The Saline County Journal IATiTTTJ THUESDAT, MARCH 28, 1878. All Official Printing of Saline County published in tnis paper. 2few York business houses aro pay. ing ont gold in change. Tho law restoring capital punishment bos passed the Iowa legislature. American products shipped from our leading ports last week, amounted to over 820,000,000. , Wo aro. glad to nota that tho Topekt. Blade has been very much improved by G. W-Reed, who recently purchased that paper. The Republicans and Democrats'Jol Kansas City will mako a regular old line party fight od Tuesday next, at the city election. a a The sub-committee on the Pacific railroads have reported favorable on the bill to compel tho Pacific roadfr to pro-rato, and recommend its passage. This is too nrst victory gained In tho fight between the U. P. and K. P. roads, and the K. P. are the victors. A violent storm prevailed through out tho northern portion of this conti nent and on tho western coast of Eu rope, on Sunday, The British tra...

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. — 28 March 1878

9 h Ik I X The Saline County Journal. TflUHSDAY, 31 ARCH 28, 1878. Extra Copies of the JOUBZTAIi cam bo found a the Book and A'ewi 3toro of 'White head & Seaman's, first door east ofPoatofflee. TJilOK OK SUBSCRIPTION : OneCoiiy, one year. One. Coi'e. six months..... One Copy, three months., .I2M . IN . M ADVERTISING RATES : IVrac IMosrrn. 3Mo3, RMos. lYzaa. 1 square S100 2iqnarcs.... 200 S squares.... 300 4 squares.... 4 00 i column ... 8 00 , column 12 03 1 column.... 20 00 SS 50 tsoo 7 00 10 0 500 600 700 10 00 20 00 33 00 700 10 00 1200 20 00 33 00 SO 00 1000 13 00 18 00 3000 WOO 00 1300 20 00 2500 40 00 63 00 100 0 "r-ttezular advertisers will be, cuarxjed six cents per la; for local notices and all others ten cents per line. 35 cents Will buy .1 Reserved seat. Plant trees again. Kilpatrick lecture to-night. Blackbirds have come again. Still t-iB travelers come and go. Rcincmlier Kilpatrick to-night. Hill blackened by prairie fire. Fruit tree of all kinds are blooming. Green...

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. — 28 March 1878

-ttssowija I I I MISELLANEOUS ADVS. PROOF THAT ADVERTISING PAY. Tbe American public is familiar with the Adrertis tBgAsencyofGeo.P. KowcUiCo. If an7firm doing business on the continent can afford to "move on" with a jJdi reputation through these hard times, hia would seem ta be the one. It is advertised byan appredatire newspaper fraternity very largely with ont charge; yetfn view of all thesefaets, the list sent u for use next month, for which they pay a fair price. in money , by the Inch, is devoted largely to their own business. The order takes ui somewhat by surprise, and it would reassure us if wo were disposed to doubt tho wisdom ofputKtng business through the hardest times. We add for the benefit of tbe Thomases who may read that Messrs. Geo. P. Eowell ft Co., eoi Bearer knowing all about the adrerisinz business ttan any other Arm, haying- handled millions and millions of dollars thus spproplated. Another texture worth noting is their liberality with "Uncle Sam." They bare do...

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. — 4 April 1878

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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. — 4 April 1878

Wmmmr-Mirmmwmwmm 7- ? Yr -ei-4 v- 'fe- rtfjiLZZ- iii - , -. -. .tt-j-fr- 5 '- ' CST- T?C :'..2 vSi BlU &. '-'. 5 5 ' '-." f & t 4 ftf fc Kjl TfBfciirfc -v t - " Mj I I I r L tWBsm PBBBABW' The Salino County Journal. BATiUVA, KA2TSA.S. THUESDAYriPKIL-i, 1878. All Official Printing of Salino County Published in this Paper. CIT1 ELECTION. At tho election last Monday tho fol lowing city officers were elected : May or, C. S. EadclifF; Uouncilmen, 31. AI. Briggs, C Ebcrhardt, T. F. Garvcr, C. J5 Faulkner and A. V. WickKain ; Po lice Judge, S. 31. Palmer. Tho issue made was temporanco and agaiiiht a citj of the second class. Tho election was vcrv closery contested, the highest num ber'of votes cut for any one candidate being foi 31r. 13rigjs, who received 2C3 out of a voto of 499. Tho temperance people elected lour out of the five eoun cilmen and the police judge Mayor Hadcliff and councilman Wickliam ol the peoples' ticket being elected. This is tho third term lor Mayor liadcliff ...

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. — 4 April 1878

pii? xf&-'if -r;v J SsaHaBEeifs'5'' " ' " f canpgSsL 1 f L' v. !i, n ' k IN" . iKr. vr. i- f , .? i It a) .Jf j -..M. t N , U r i'j . - 3 -: fs, sx. ' V--V-. k'; The' Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1873. ' Extra. Copies of the JOUHWAI. can be found at tho Book and Hews Store of White head & Seaman's, first door east of Fostoffice. B. C. II. Under the Opera Hotue. Many soro throats now day. ' Flowers are beginning to bloom. A large frost on Saturday night. Four hundred "executive" nighU. More threatening weather this week. $10,000 to lean Bishop, Chace & Grier. Grey's moulded collars at IV. .If. Goss'. Those new eilk handkerchles at W. 31. Gosa. Sweet potatoes at Kinsman. Anderson fc Vo.'s. For your shade .hats call on Mrs. A. T. Grier. That scrap book doc? "come la handy", for a fact. Seasonable Irult always found at the City Bakery. , Nor tnu;h fooling done In Salina on the 1st Of April. N. B. .Vanning has withdrawn from the Advocate. Grev's pnper colars the ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 4 April 1878

-! STt-SSs. ,J-ft&-S--inSiiiW-S!a5aiW'TyEf? Wl&" 5-3i - -f."v - ., --s53-"Aa?Pi;-i !??- JZl-'S. SS!&v.Sr -f r-sr .vv-, i'vaa "" , t . ". m?v- s- rF-" sSL-.f -5 1 " -Ai-- J"r - CV ffSS'wK " r3t3-S, T h - f-w . - . - t r 5 -- 2 ", J5SK -. 3. ar.. .3. kft . , XS. A IC L '& lx hi? l Lfc v I I . I I Jff i:fe" "Ijrjtar HIGHLAND STOCK FARM ! Pure and Fashionably Bred Hereford Cattle, COTSWOLD SHEEP AND BERKSHIRE PIGS. Choice ' Young Animals on Hand and for Sale. w j.aaw3ssTSB3SfcaaSSSBBZwe aSBBagaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk firah' lBfeiMwc .W&friwiMHawmiHifiaaMOHr The winner of the Sweepstake? at Northern u UH-m-q- -. v- '.t: T?nmi TtritAn jred Dolly Varden by Stow 3J7S ;"g. s., Spangle by ROYAL BRITON will be bred to a limited Winner in her cla? at Xorthern Ohio Fair at Centennial, 187C. An imitation i extended to all to come and sec JOHN WEBB, SupU MISELLANEOUS AD VS. New Furniture Store W. & M. D. Berg, Deatirs In all! kmili of Plain, and Fancy FURNITURE, tttxm Cai'peta, Oi...

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. — 11 April 1878

i - U-Sv " ' , 33?- V"- ; mn T 'c C "2 ! c- tC'-t CJ t T v V v m - fcy x . l P ; i r OX THE BRISK. I have known Arthur Gravely woll and intimately. A part of bis story camo to my knowledge through my own observation, and a part he told me him self. Arthur carao of an old, well-defined, and respectablo stock, with just enough of aristocratic pride inherited from his progenitors to givo him refinement and solt-relianco. At an early ago ho w is loft an orphan, and received most of bis education undor tho care of an uncle. When ho was ono-and twenty be was admitted to the employ of a banker named Vanderlain, and very soon took a position of tru&t and responsibility in the houso. A year later he took for his wifo Fanny Sumtnerton one of tho fairest and sweetest of earthly treasures. Ho had loved her long and truly, and her love in return bad been singlo and devoted. Thus was life opening for Arthur Gravely, with bright and happy prom ises. Ho had lricnds.whichovcr wsy ho turned; his ...

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. — 11 April 1878

- -kr The Saline County "Journal THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1878. All Official Printing of Saline County Published in this Paper. From the Satiny SoHtk. Galveston, Texas, April 1. When I wroto my first letter (last Friday) it was very warm. Since then it has been extremely comfortable. In fact my experience hero has been that the Gulf breezes temper tho iorvor oi tho Southern sun very effectually. I go down to the Strand many times duriDg the day and never fail to find a fresh, vigorous breeze blowing cityward. An overcoat is sometimes in demand. How ever, back from the coast it is uncom fortably warm. But enough of the weather: Galveston is a city of perhaps 45,000 inhabitants, although its population is estimated by somo to bo 60,000. It is situated upon a sandy island, which is perhaps 25 miles long and from 6 to 8 miles broad. Tho only mode of reach ing tho island (unless by water) is over dilapidated railroad track which rests upon piles. This mammoth trestle is perhaps five miles lou...

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. — 11 April 1878

V ft II V The Saline County JournaL THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1878. Extra Copies of the JOUBSAIi can be found at the Book and Kewi Store of "White head & Seaman's, first door east of Fostoffloe. B. C. H. Under the Opera House. Jliei-L- U to be a Fair this fall. Ice cream Festiral Friday evening, Wall paper Whitehead & Seaman. District Court convenes next Monday. Some of the hills are still brown-clad. Our subscription list is still increasing-. Croquet sets at Whitehead & Seaman's -f" $40,000 to loan Bishop, Chace & Grler. Cleaning and moving time doth approach. Festival Lutheran Church Friday night. "Krokay setz" at Whitehead it Seaman'. A Chicago architect thinks some ol locating here. Contractors and builders ail worked to death." The boss kid glove for $125 at the New York store. Some pretty coal weather for the month of April. For your shade .bats call on Mrs. A. T. Grier. The Opera House should have a flag-staff and tlaif. Lutheran Festival at Athletic Hall, Friday e...

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. — 11 April 1878

SaA r HIGHLAND STOCK FARM! Pure and Fashionably Bred Hereford Cattle. COTSWOLD SHEEP AND BERKSHIRE PIGS. Choice Young Animals on Hand and for Sale. aasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKS&Bgna?i BxLuLmmKLmLmLmLmmLwm&KB&LmLmLmmLwLmLmLmLmLmWB Ktzaaaaaaaaaaaaal (HBgjBRRirwHBv . H'lHnSHIP saaaaafesWiBUMiiSBaaaBaaaV aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBPsias'lsT JwCTt.VsvMalv-WWgjPliff, ' "JfejMfB laaTBtsasaaaaaaw llBBiBarffiniT?itTWlra4 JJ.1JREFOH T) - mit-bi.t-1 IJE? .A.I3EUE QTTZHEICT-2 Tows Old. Winner fii lior class :tt Xorlliorn Oliio Fair at Cleveland, and in the herd winning s ecpstakes at same place, and one of pretnitin herd at Centennial, 1S"(. Winner at Illinois State Fair, 1S77. and several County Fairs. aCtVUPOH-TED ROTAZi BRITON, (48X8). Tlie winner of the Sweepstake at Northern Ohio Fair of 137G. The recipient of an award at the Centennial "for hiijjreat scale, combined with line form and excellent quality:" jfjLj3DIG-S.ES Royal ISrilon. hreil by J. MorrU, Town House Matlley, Herefordshire, England; ...

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. — 18 April 1878

A- "Tr?r.'iSMKci-jB 5", uCtC V C-v' z r I cVc v . I, ' :; I fc J I. r2 t M trv EDITORIAL ITEMS. The bill making an appropriation of 9200,000 for public buildings at Topeka, passed the Senate. Noble I;. Prentis has charge of the Commonwealth daring the absence of Mr. Rakor at the Paris Exposition. The total loss to the Pennsylvania railroad by the insane strike of last year foots np two millions of dollars to the company and threo millions to ship pers whose merchandise was destroyed by the rioters. The first silver dollar was coined March 14th, and np to the close of the month ono million dollars were coined Arrangements are completed under which, during April, the Philadelphia mint will turn out 81,750,000. The trial of True, the murderer of Rev. Woolpert, trill not take place at the April term of the Pottawatomie county district court. Tho judge post pones it on bis own motion, in order to give tho defense no czcuso for dilatory motions. Hon. B. F. Simpson on the 8th inst. assumod...

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. — 18 April 1878

jUmji nuiliTW The Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1878. All Official Printing of Salina County Published In this Paper. Hon. Alfred Grey has been compelled, for varioos reaons,to tender bis resigaa tion as comsussioner of the State of Kansas to the Paris Exposition, and Hon. F.P. Baker, recently appointed Honorary commissioner, goes in his place. We before that Mr. Baker's pro motion will meet the approval of nearly all the citizens of Kansas. One of the most destructive tornadoes which ever visited oar State strnck Cot tonwood station last Saturday afternoon. We bear of great damage throughout that section of the country. Some sev enty bouses were destroyed, and many others damaged. A woman and three children were killed and a number of ethers seriously injured. The Cotton wood valley was really devastated. It is reported that a train ot loaded cars was blown frost the track and destroyed. ar w -" ILaav of our readers will renumber oae David Adams, who, some five or six ...

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