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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 18 April 1878

-i . x. :v a I - i It B ' ii The Saline County Journal. THURSDAY, APK1L 18, 1878. Extra Cspiea of the JOUBNAI. can bo found at the Book and Hews Store of 'White head & Seaman', first door Bant of Postoffice. Jnst Beceived Under the Opera House A fine stock of Children's suits Come, bring your babies. Flies are on hand. Court in session. A fine rain Tuesday nlght. The Opera House a beauty. Such beautiful moonlight evenings. The Opera House is about completed. $40,000 to loan Bishop, Chace & Orier. Mrs. J. S. Weaver; returned on Friday last. Ma. James Gcbhart has returned from the East. For your shade .hats call on Mrs. A. T. Grier. The peaches were not killed by the late frosts. Seasonable fruit always found at the City Bakery. Mr. Postiewait returned from Chicago Satur day evening. Clocks of the best make, at D. t J. B. Whitehead's. Capt. Hanna, of flays City, was down on a TUit this week. CallJ and Bee the new glassware, at Ober, IFilson & Co.'s. Demorest "Journal" and ...

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. — 18 April 1878

y HIGHLAND STOCK FARM ! Pure and Fashionably Bred Hereford Cattle. COTSWOLD SHEEP AND BERKSHIRE PIGS. CKoice Young Animals on Hand and for Sale. aaaaaaaw iaB8BwVBKanBnajBMDgrjBaMBaU'jfe, 'Ak' ''.lLJr;MUiBBii(hiBBi ea88MsaB888888888889Saaa88888s Hie winner of the SwerpstaV.es at Xorthern Ohio Fair of 1S7G. The recipient of an award at the Centennial "for hit great scale, combined with fine form and excellent quality." 3PX3SXGt-X2SS Roal Briton, bred by J. Morris, Town House Madley, Herefordshire, England ; got by Sir Charles, 4939. Dam, Dolly Varden by Stow 3178 ; g. s., Spangle by Jnteral, 204C ; g. g. s., Pleasant 2d by Little Tommy, 0J5 ; g. g, g. s., Pleasant by Gingage, 1266 BOYAL BRITOX will be bred to a limited number of choice cows, for the very low price of $5.00 Payable at time of service. H. H HUTORP EE3BXX3EIX-, PBAIBIB QlTZXECT-ox-sj. Old. ' Winner In her class at Xorthern Ohio Fair at Cleveland, and In the herd winning sweepstake" at same place, and one of premltm herd ...

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. — 25 April 1878

cU? 9 A c "N '. EDITORIAL ITEMS. Hon. A. Seller, editor of the Alma .Xovts, is announced as a candidate lor Lioutonant Governor. THE SALINE COUNTY JOURNAL IS rCBUSRXD KTOtT THCTtSDAT, BT M. I. A L. E. 8AMPSOJ" AT SALCTA, KANSAS. OITICK On Iron Araw, three doors , 'I ii a TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION' : l.c 3 IS -- The Biley County Annual Fair, for 187S, is to be held at Manhattan Sept. 24th to 27th. X. A. Adams is President, and J. Q. Sheldon is Secretary. I One Copy, one year .. ....t5 " iitiie (! nti nlii iiMrni meiopT.sixnwnth. . ..,.....,.. One Copr. three month H ' " ii 'i ; i B. Tjji ' fW An effort is oeing made to create a sentiment in favor of the improvement of the Kansas river so as to give water communication between Salina and Kansas City. Topeka Blade. Who is making tho movemont ? Bayard Taylor and Mark Twain sailed for Europe last week, in the samo ship. Bayard once had a poor opinion of Mark as an humorist; but the other day at a banquet Mark eulogised Bayard in glow ing ter...

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. — 25 April 1878

The Saline Count7 Journal DO-oEioE s: THURSDAY, APEIL 25, 1878. All Official Printing of Saline County Published In this Paper. T. C. Henry is proposed for Lieuten ant Governor. The French Exposition opens on the 1st of May. Major Inman is to edit the Laniard Enterpr'-j. Hon. Wm Orton, President ol the Western Union Telegraph Company, 'died last Monday morning. The next State election is that of Ore gon, which takes place in Juno. This will bo followed by the August contests - in Alabama and Kentucky, and the Sep tember elections in Arkansas, Maine and Vermont. "Gath" views the Presidential possi bilities from New York, and believes that Hendricks will be nominated Democratic candidate for Prosident in 1880 on the first ballot, and that General Grant or SocretarySherman will be the Republi can candidate. The bill repealing the Bankrupt act has passed the Senate and now only awaits action by the House to become a law, which will andoubtedly be done in a few days, and in a week at far...

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. — 25 April 1878

Tx3 ffiffJBBHpKjy.jya5S88iB y .J tt'S VT rytir5 jgfsje mi l I " t me; . iJ Sale County Journal. I'CBLISnED THCRSDOS BV Tt i Saline Gomty Journal, Book and Job found I nr . htadff . Vli Hos3 3l Oca XeC i Gts. M.D.&LESAMPSOIV SALINA, KANSAS. , ' OfHeeonlronATrnce.Mtfof P.O. Blin Fua Fan! S4o) Win Xeaiiy and Q-iUlly Ereeotrd. TEllilSOne Vear, $2.G0 ; Six Months, $1.00; Three Month, 50 cent: DOUBLE SIHZEET- Our rr foeflUiM ui urquIrU ia Wn Kuiu. r J. wi tiTi swTwmnwrrirwmrKnrrn7irnrn7rri ih i n nnm bthhttit s"- '. rwsjss iittiti 4 f - . S BSSk F Gen TKrt SeJ Mr,' street i For !' Grie i.A SeaiJ Bake j Fist! markt Swe at the Emi Agent Dea Mrs.'lj Em&T' AseJTt Uoa tlett'a ! Ero! Afjentj . 7he' XeU' panyj, Jlrs.S Sen pd on Wj Appljj Enfi Sir , ,,,M jwurM i ii Cil ! ooirj J Iiis" map: ofth. Henry A. McGlync, tho absconding President of the first National Bank of Colorado "Springs, u.itl Vice President ot tho National Bank of Salt Lake City, has boon arrustcd and takon back to Donvenm...

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. — 25 April 1878

-i- W5fe3s-sT-?,TaFfilSs SsS,Esf,o?!"'se3i'?'?? -"l.j - 3Jr-3SjIj i -r i -- -.--3k - - -p --1. ,ij,, . i-".ii. f ye-?- - r -',-" ?"w-v- . ". r, - vr Saline Co. Journal DOUBLE SHEET. Baxjxa, Kakias, Thubsdat, Aran, 25, 1878. BBaaaaajaBBAsBtBJteltai NEWS SUMMARY. Death of Boss Tweed. Death has at last brought William M. Tweed the reprieve that he hat o long sought in Tmin from his fellow men. At noon on Satur day he bowed to multiplied mitfortunet invoked by multiplied crimes, and the once omnipotent master of the first city ot the nation, and the creator of political officials of every grade, pass ed away to the dreamless sleep from an inhos pitable cell of the Ludlow street jail. His fam ily was absent at the time of his death. Bis life and its almost tragical termination teach only the old, old story that tho world has no refuge from the inexorable law ot retribu tion; but no man ot this age has so fearfully rpph.i to tnnnfcinii the accepted truth that public crime is the fruitful ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 25 April 1878

."J.-- rjaf$e?y?ir'',v.- sjfpHr"- - - .-." i'K'-'t; "T- " j"V - "J '" "" ' '-' 'V ." " " " .j.i .... . - . , , gr 3i,r- -r--" TMi 3fPWJMlMlW y,v -jgyy'rf1- i - ty'srfmmMmmmmmmmmmsmmmm .. . - VKF" "' ! . c Kos . J9 Oce, -Xef-Grav BUa i Fun' Fat SioN BHn Gen Trltl. iVJ Mrs 1 Seat at the Enu Agent Dan MrsJ Enters AgeSfl Ro , tlettt Env J. B.l -Veil Foe Mrsi . sen ancc) . l-oc n. &". a' Markt Alt 51.23. For Watki tMa E.S a .lay 1 ah' TERPSICHORE. Fair goddess, with the smiling face And flying feet, whose subtle grace. In wavy mazei deftly wrought. Can charm away each burd'nlng thought! All hail to thee, aweet heavenly maid 1 Aa lightly, "neeth Parnassus' shade, Thou roameat free along the mountain. Beside the clear, CaatUian fountain. And, quaffing of its nectar long. Thy soul is filled with joyous song; Thy minstrelsy is doubly sweet. For all its charm lies.tn thy feet. Calliope may sing of war. And Clio sound her wisdom far; Euterpe touch her living lyre ; Melpomene breathe tragic...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 25 April 1878

"-r55r ,jf,5""5?K --w' x'gagaarpaBg. WtWttfSVffSMBSIB&&S!W'f7vp7S'-j '"?' WB!SKSSSSS3KIISKI!r'SSl!KSKKBSSF9ffSPPS'f- .-- r;-Kf' - t,v - V rwil HJ iTf IB ""' . .y- "tHHl! Jl.l.Tly.. III l ' if' -Kit I lllll lOHM tmWlMM l flTP OBER, WILSON A VI E " "" t . - & CO.. - 5 " c -! - J- i - C i r -18 t e i b i a i' - .o . " . -- - i : t ft. 1- ? - ' ' C ' c I o 1 i t c t c y o ( e I ! I I t t g i I t' a a S t 1 t 1 4 r 1 t a I t 9 p t 0 c t T ' V' i a I 2 o ii f I l ii 1 . " ': a . a a . I t t: V -: a ' 'v fi " , 1 ., , ;: ! : 4 I . SAUNA, LINCOLN CENTER AND BROOKVILLE. KANSAS. Grand Opening of Spring Goods! A Mammoth Stock and Unheard of Bargains in Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, mm mm GROCERIES, RBI 7 WOODMARE, k, k To Our Customers. We are now commencing our Seventh Business Year. Excuse us,gentle renders, if we hereby thank you for your past patronage. We have many very many customers who commenced trading with us in our business infancy, who are trading with us yet, and ar...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 25 April 1878

aer-s .t r-a --S" - --. -jsrs-2rx jp3 stseecscsr'iisiEsa a -'- ' t hi (i y if ! tx It rt U , J The Saline County Journal THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1878. Extra Copies of the JOUBJTAIj cam be found at the Book and Ben Store of White head Seaman, first door eaat of Fostomce. Hoses in bloom. Markland, Dodge $ Move. Oecaisonally It cloth be dusty. Xellic Boyd next Monday night. Grand opening next Monday night. Blind Tom at the Christian church. Fun commences next Monday night. Fancbon the Cricket, Monday night. $40,000 to loan Bishop, Chace & Grier. Blind Tom one week from next Monday. Summer silks, at Markland, Dodge $ Alton's. Geraniums, Hoses, Verbeaeas, at the Park.' Trimming sill J, at Marklaod,Dodge Moore's. Xev Goods, at Markland, Bodge 4" Moore's. Mrs. Mllatn is building, a residence on second street. For your shade Jbats call on Mrs. A. T. Grier. Seasonable fruit always found at the City Bakery. Fish a specialty at Bartlett & Jenkins' meat market. Sweet Potato.Cabbage and Toma...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 25 April 1878

MISELLANEOTJS AD VS. New Furniture Store W. & UK. D. Dealers in alll kinds of Plain, and Fancy FURNITURE, Oariaeta. Oil Olottaa. X7all Paper. REPAIRING DONE TO ORDER. m (-Alo- jrjictticai Underta ers 3itl trj t as! & AMI Mb wood and mctallc coffloi always on nan JEWELRY, CLOCKS, ETC. D. & J. B. WHITEHEAD. DEALERS IN U&ni'- 0Qfce WatelieN., fgtCIocks & t g - Jewelry, r i SPECTACLES ETC fPOSTOFEICE JtUILDlXG, r-- m jis "" TJSI alinn.., Kansas. ALL WORK WARRANTED Watches, Clocks ami .lew. ry rarelullr rriain-il anrt elraiieil The Unnifeir the .'itirrnr Saliiia anil vicinity enuiertliillr Miliclteit AGBICULTUKAL IMPLEMENTS. G. C. GUTHRIE, DEALER 1! AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SKINNER SULKY PLOWS, NORTH-WEST CULTIVATOR, DAVENPORT SULKY PLOWS, DAVENPORT CULTIVATOR, EUREKA CULTIVATOR, SKINNER BREAKER PLOWS, FISH BROS.' WAGONS, ETC., ETC., AT SALINA PRICES. WILL BUY ALL K.NDS bJv, FURNITURE, HABDWAEE, STOVES & TINWARE. 1878 1878. SPRING OF Wo Reduction of Stock, Great 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. — 2 May 1878

L ) i ?-. -TL -r . , it v -- v EDITO MALITEMS. The editors of Iowa aro on a trip to ,J3alvcston. The Enterprise Gazctto is going to ro moro to Abilene! Col.,W.;A1Phillipa has been appoint. ed Sosrotary ot the liepublican Con gressional Committee. Susan B. Anthony is lying sick at Leavenworth, tihe is to lecture in few cities of this State before returning tn tha East. to the East The Now York Assembly, by a vote of seventy-five to thirty, declared bien nial sessions of the Legislature to be preferable to annual sessions. Switzerland is the first of tho foreign nations to respond to our invitation to an international 'conference to fix the relativo values of gold and silver. Sho accepts. The veterans of the Mexican war have forwarded petitions Irom all sec tionsofthe Union, asking tho Senate to pass the House bill placing Gei.. Shields on the retired list. We understand that a number of fields -of wheat in the southwest part of this state, will be ready t harvest by the 10th 0 May. T...

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. — 2 May 1878

; -JtJn, The Salino County Journal. M T.TKA, KAHSAB. THUBSDAYr APKIL 25. 1878. All Official Printing of Saline County Published in this Paper. The nows comes from Washington that Congress may not adjourn till Aogust. It looks very much as if war was brewing over the water betweenEngland and Russia. Pitch in mother England, -America will hold your bonnot strings. The law authorizing tho coinago of 2o-cont piocoa has been repealod. A good thing, becanso tho coin of that de nomination is a nuisance, causing trouble by its similarity to a twenty five cent piece. There is a strong effort being mado to hold a state Fair this fall. Whilo it if oxpensivo to run tho machine, wo hope the directors will in some way"soo their way out," and announce ere long that a Fair will bo held. It is stated that at the expiration of Dr. Hodjjc's torm of offico as .Receiver of tho Kirwin Laud office, (which is at hand), Hon. L.J. Best will bo appointed to tho place. His appointment will give much satisfacti...

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. — 2 May 1878

Luiwtt:'-aMg & ..' " U The Saline County Journal. THUB3PAY, MA.YJ2, 1878. Extra Cpiea of the JOTJBH"AI. can be onndattheBoofcmnd.Sewa8tore of White head Sftmaa'. Brat door out of Fortofloe. "FUrtadon" to-night. Markland, Dodge $More. Quite showery occasionally. Blind Tom next Monday night. Loucust blossoms perfume the air. Salina band matinee remember it $40,000 to loan Bishop, Chace & Grier. The boys will bare to drink alcohol soon. Trimming silks, at Markland, Dodge $ Moore's. Ifeut (Hods, at Markland, Dodge Moore's Summer silks, at Markland, Dodge ir Moore's. Drinks commenced getting scarce yester day. Sewing machines cheap for cash, at II. Hall's. Stylish and reliable patterns, at Mrs. Hedi gan's. A good 10-stop organ for $100 caSh, at II. Hall's, e For your shade ihats call on Mrs. A. T. Grier. . Wail paper new at IFhitehead & Sea man's. Fish a specialty at Bartlett & Jenkins' meat market. Seasonable fruit always found at the City Bakery.' Fine band sewed shoes,...

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 May 1878

MICSfiLtiA-s'EOUS AD VS. New-Furniture Store WiAM.D Dealers in alll kinds ot Plain and Fancy FURNITURE, Oarpota. -" , Oil Olotlia, ; v . -OCT-all X4s:r- BEPAIRING DONE TO ORDER. Also Practical Undertaers Atall line of wood and mctalic cofflss alwar on ban AGRICULTUKAL INPLEMJ3XT8. G. C. GUTHRIE, OKALEBIX AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SKINNER SULKY PLOWS, DAVENPORT SULKY PLOWS, EUREKA CULTIVATOR, FISH BROS.' WAGONS, ETC., ETC., AT NORTH-WEST CULTIVATOR, DAVENPORT CULTIVATOR, SKINNER BREAKER PLOWS, SALINA PRICES. WILL BUY ALL KINDS OF GRAIN. . , BROOKVILLE, KS. Leather and Shoe FINDINGS. OBER, WILSON & CO. Hare added to their mammoth stock of BOOTS AND SHOES A fall line or French & American Calf Skins, Oak & Hemlock Sole Leather and everything needed by BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. Soles, Inieslalf Soles & Heel Lifts Cut out by machinery. Price u low as any in the West. Orders filled by mall and express. FURNITURE, HARDWARE, STOVES k TINWARE. 1878 1878. SPRING OF No Reduction of S...

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 May 1878

V9 '"WWW WWMw - la . :? .JT" EDITORIAL ITEMS. .Ex-Queen Isabella about to sell jewels 11,750,000. II., of Spain, to the value The President bas nominated .Lowis J. Bestof Baloit, Kansas. Receiver of 'public moneys at Kir win Kansas. j Kansas Greon backers will meet in State convention at Emporia on tbo 3d of July. Three delegates will bo admit ed trom each legislative district and at least three from each county. Dispatches from various points in Texas point to a lively revolution in in different parts of the State sim ultaneously disappeared. Among them was Escobcdo, the chief commander of Lerdo's army. Blanqui, the -veteran French Commu nist, now in tho Clairvaux Prison, is seventy-one years of age, and ho has spont thirty-four years of his life within prison walls. He has occupied sevuntoen different places of tonfinomont, and r.s a martyr discounts "tho immortal J. X." Pope Leo has issued a circular in which he demands the completo restora tion of the temporal power and sov erei...

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 May 1878

The Saliuo County Journal. JuraAB. THDBSDAY, MAT 9. 1878. All Official Printing of Saline County Published in this Paper. The presence of that Russian war ves sel on the coast of Maine may mean that if war is declared betweon England and Russia, riie will capture tho English Canarders and White Star steamers. a aajai A special from Paris says the Tuille ries Commission has resolved to recom mend the restoration of that ruined palace, at a cost of fonr milion francs, and tbasppropriation of it to a museum of modenfart. Reports have been circulated in Now York'to tho effect that General John C. Fremont and tamilr had been in ac tual personal suffering through destitu tion and lack of food, friends of tho family deny this. The President has nominated Stephen B. Packard, of Louisiana, Unitod States Consul at Liverpool, and, Lucius Fair- child, of Wisconsin, Consul General at Paris- Gov. Fairchild is at prosent Con sul General at Liverpool. Over ono hundred thousand cotton operatives idl...

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 May 1878

NVMWU Mil mi VJ The Saline County Journal THUIWDAY, A&Y 9, 1878. Estra Copies of the JOIXBJrAJi can be oundat the Book and Newi Store of White head Seaman's, flrat door east ofPoetofflee. 'Sea of Ice." Best Yam agar at O. Seltz's. Some very hot weather already. Clear Havana cigar at O. Seltz's. Havana filled cigars at O. Seltz's. Se.'.' of Ice" magnificent scenery. Tho Nellie Boyd benefit Friday night. All kinds of canned fruit at Watson's. $40,000 to loan Bishop, Chace fc Qrier. Witness the grand parade next Saturday. "Sea of Ice" at the Oper House to-night. Best 5-cent cigar in the city at O. Seltz's. The Buell dynasty seems to be crumbling. 500 bushels oats and corn wanted at Wat son's. For your shade hats call on Mrs. A. T. Grier. 3tylish and reliable patterns, at Mrs. Hedl gan'a. Wall papernew at Whitehead & Sea man's. Seasonable iruit always found at the City Bakery. Strawberries are ripening. Visions of short cake, etc Cottonwood seed begins to be blown here - and 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. — 9 May 1878

?i MICSELLANEOTJS AD VS. INew Furniture Store W. & M. D. Dealers in alll kinds of Plain a.nd Fancy FURNITURE, Oarpota. OH Olotbs. 'aper. UEPAIPJ'G DONE TO ORDEK. Also Practical Undertaers Afull line of wood and mctallc coffins always on han Leather and Shoe FINDINGS. OBER, WILSON & CO. Have added lo the ir mammoth stock of BOOTS AND SHOES A full line or f rench & American Calf Skins, Oak & Hemlock Sole Leather and everything needed by BOOT Mil) SHOE MAKERS. Soles, InsoleSjHaif Soles & Heel lifts Cut out by machinrr) . Pricei a low as any in the Weal, mail and express. Orders filled by New Goods! New Styles! BOOK & VARIETY STORE LADIES, XaXxra. .A.. T. GRIEH Is now in receipt of Ihe law! and 11 stooL f Ladies, Misses' C Ch lldren 's BOIVT1VETS & HATS Ever brought tollus market. AV ALL TsV 1JE TT , Ninety new paitrrm ami lMinleTs ftdiiilth Also hmuplP3of llnisli (iItuHl fnlom ami ntftKN tCSr let. Orders flllil in lour or fi.eibtjr, ill litit.t iii nrej. iro...

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. — 16 May 1878

UiLUiWg""uW"1 niiniaiiMwwwaimwi v .4: I & PEACE. FtOX THX GEEXAX. Sot a zephyr breathes through the orchard tree. Tbr bird J m slumber are sunken; The flowers stoop, and their petals droop, fo r the blossoms are all dew-drunkea. A silence Jeep the planets keep. And the stars stand bushed In thctr places; The queen or the nil-lit, dropping golden light . AH the glocrar shadows effaces. And fall of unrest, with a soul oppressed Br the wearisome burden or Hung, To the fragrant bowers, and the slamb'ring flowers, I come with my sorrow ami striving. And Into my beart, as I set apait. The spirit or Peace come stealing. O Girerof Best! Thy ways are the best! Grant me patience to wait their repealing! Niloita. BOBEBTBBAXLEIGH'S WILL. It bad been a busy day with mo. I bad been working hard getting up evi dence in a railway accident case, and was putting np my papers with a sigh of relief. Another forty minutes and I should be at home, i conld almost smell the boiled capon and oyster sauc...

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 May 1878

fThe Saline County Journal. ) THURSD AYTIAY 16 . 1878. All Official Printing of Saline County Published in this Paper. Gen. Grant is in Pans. Catherines Beochor, sister of Honry Ward Beccher, died last Sunday. Tbey keep talking about crazy lr. Hembold. Ho was crazed by his own Bachu. ' Ex-Senator Pomcjroy wasrecontly ad mitted to tho bar of Atchison county. Lawyer Pomcroy, it is now. Charles Morgan, tho ownor oi the Morgan lines of steamships in tho South, is dead, llis fortuno is estimated at ten or twelve millions. Bishop Bowman who presided at tho ML." E. Conference recently hold here, is about to depart for tho old world to remain abroad ono year. " It.occurs to us that oven tho friends of George A. .Crawford cannot approve of his recent wild, fightinp-the-wind-mill attacks upon tho chief oxecutivooi Kan sas. Senator Don Cameron, of Pennsyl vania, was married to Miss E. B. Sher man, daughter of Senator Sherman, of Ohio, last Thursday. Tho brido re ceived $100,000 worth of preson...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
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