ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Saline County Journal, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 4,831 items from Saline County Journal, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
4,831 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 20 June 1878

- -JL K &w- t I i EDITORIAL ITEMS. Gen. John Frazer, late State Superintendent of Education of Kansas, died in Alleghany City. Penn., on the 4th Inst. & Profc Ellcy estimates that the annual loss to the'L'nited States by ravage of Insects in year past; has reached the high figure of $150,000,- a The striking operatives In England have given np, and gone to work upon a reduction often per cent, below the amount of their for mer wages. It Is now a settled fact that stock yards for Texas cattle will soon be established at the little town of Buffalo (Gove county) Kansas, on the line of the Kansas Pacific Kail way. ' Coamerclal'reports are to the effect that the iecfsupply is much shorter this year than it has been hefore, and as a consequence is selling in some of the large cities at two cents per pound. m m The cotton crop of the South is reported much better than last year, and a few weeks earlier? The plants arc said to be much healthier, and promise a good yield if the rainy...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 20 June 1878

u The Saline County Journal s.KXaXxr.A., xajti THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1878. All Official Printing of Saline County puDiisnea in tnis paper. HON. T. H. CAVANATTGH. Wo are pleased to note with what fa vor the candidacy of Hon. T. H. Cava- naugh for Secretary of State is meeting. There is nothing bat good words said of him by the press throughout the State. Mr. Cavanaugh is justly popular with the people,baving disohargod tho du ties of the office which he holds with bon or and ability; always studying to farther tho interests of oar yonng State, and ever courtoous to all who have had bos iness to transact with him, either in his office or outside. Mr. Cavanaugh is probably more conversant with the af fairs of oar State than any public man now living. He has had four years, experience in the office of Secretary of State, and three years as chief clerk and assistant clerk of the Senate, and is thoroughly posted in tho details of the business of his department. As to the increased duties whi...

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. — 20 June 1878

55--r- '--; i -yj;-r-. pif5? 'a? -r, If g I i I. I 8011 lit out ti Ita Mril &M. l your Ob. & nor w l'H on M Dr. heal) Sc6Z Ha, derh the It A? recer JIU l!rl vagjj UrJ limit I'll Horsi Wfc Crew i I1 A lot. BROWKBCPS HEW POEM. Robert Browning's new book of poems. juoi. iuuusuuu in jjooaon consists oi la Salsiaz," a noblo piece or work, and "The Two Poets of Crolsic," a rather cruel satire In which two very small butterflies are broken on a very, large wheeL The first poem only will attract special atten tion. In It we have Browning's "InMemo riam," the poem being the fruit, as Tenny son's was, of the poet's lament for a dearly-loved friend, and the outgrowth of his musings upon that after-life which the friend has gone to explore. Ho writes this prelude: Good, to forgive ; Beat, to forget; Living, we fro t; Dying, we lire. FraUess mud free. Soul, cUp thy pinion 1 Karth have dominion, Bodr, o'er thee I Wander at will, Dav after day Wander away, Wandering still Soul thou canst s...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 20 June 1878

4 r-T!,;ki!SWs?359rs T r'1' ZPZifVFf :ly;im i, wik ITT- T3v t?5""?J --"i? ?7? All , Si..f-, 5SWBPi3V9?'5'1jpBiiw "4pjvj IJW?: J3 kri ofj I liqt brd Valine ito. goutttal SUPPLEMENT. EDITORIAL COMMESTABIES. In July, 1877, the debt of New Zealand was $105,000,000 to a population of 400,000. A Southern Bepublican orator Is known as "the Plumed Pelican of tho Fontchart raln." The Ohio papers say that Gen.Jarfield, will probably be renominated without op position. It is believed that a suspension of hos tilities between the Hussions and Foraaxl has been arranged. The Emperor, Dom Pedro, has had a street car built for Ms own convenience, the first In the empire. The Bepublican press everywhere seems delighted with tho platform adopted by the Indiana Bepublic&ns. Avebicax canned meats ore charged with the poisoning of numerous persons In England and Germany. Pbof. BnvEY, the bugologist, says It takes $150,000,000 worth of stuff each year to feed the country's Insects. An editor offers a...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 20 June 1878

s n i The Saline County Journal THUKSDAY, J ONE 20, 1878. Official Paper of the City of Salina. Extra Copies of the JO0BNAL can be found at the Book and Neva Store of White head " Seaman's, first door cast of l'oat office. Local and CohiiIjt Xews on Second Tae. 18,000, 18,000, is,ooo; 18,000, 18,000, 18,000, Dollars worth of goods. At tbe Baltimore Clothiur Uou?e, To be sold at a.toniliinr low iiriec. Mc, the tailor. ThW weather is not ?o bad, after all. These are the longert days of the year. $40,000 to loan Bishop, Chacc & Grier. We liail a heavy rain storm last evening. S -aonable Iruit always found at the City Bakery- Children admitted at half price (.!5ct?) tliU evening. Fans and par.i'SoM ery cheap, at 0!r. Wil son A. Co.'e. Mr. D. B. Power went to ICaifas City .Mon day evening. Ladies' Linen Suits very rheap, at ltT, Wil son A Co.'s. Have the llink weather strip put on your outside door. Buy Mine. Detnorest's reliable patterns of Mr, lledigan. Millinery, hoierv and fanev ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 20 June 1878

jfrfeREW ADVERTISEMENTS. Heir Furniture Store r W- A IKE. Di Berg, Dealers in all! kinds of .. i- Flaiix and Fancy FUR ITURE, Osaxsota. REPAIRING DONE TO ORDER. Also P ricti cal Undertaers Afull line or wood and rnctallc coffins si wars on ban Leather and Shoe FINDINGS. OBER, WILSON & CO. S: Hare added to their mammoth stock of BOOTS AND SHOE8 A full line of crioh& American Calf Skins, Otk & Hemlock Sole Leather And everythint: needed by BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. Soles, InsolesjHalf Sdles & Heel Lifts ., Cat out by machinery. Prices as loir as any in the West, mail and express. Orders filled by New Goods! New Styles! AT BOOK & VARIETY STORE VL LADIES, TaXxrm. -A.. V. G-X X -Is BOW in receipt or the largest and best stock or Ladies', Misses' & Children's BONNETS & HATS Ever brought to this market. TV" .A. L L I -A. I3E H. , Ninety new patterns and borders to match Also samples of finish Gilt and Cretones and Brussels Car pet. Orders filled In lour or Ore days ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 27 June 1878

C'CaCu 14 LCft erodes 'c fb U' I if : Ft I fc r p i H i ' F'i h ,r 1 ' EDITORIAL HEMS. It is said' that Japan tea can be successfully cultivated in a number of the Southern States. CTic Junction City High School presented diplomas to nine "radiiatcs at theircommencc ment. Texas claims to have three millions of inhab itants, and to be third now in population and the first In -size among all the States In the Union. - Reports are' current to the effect that the Chippewa Indian in northern Wisconsin and Minnesota, urc about .to commence hostilities. 3Tiev need confirmation, however. . A heavy rainstorm visited the southwestern part ot this State last week Thursday, and within a period of ten hours, six inches of wa ter fell. An immense number of birds were drowned. The Senate and House adjourned on Thurs day morning last, at 7 o'clock, closing a ses sion ot seven months. The Senate va in ses sion all night, and the President remained in his room in the capitol until the adjournment. Th...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 27 June 1878

R- I) ThWSaimirCounty Journal. 4 ArHUESDAYi JUNE 27. 1878. All Official .Printing of Saline County Published In thi Paper. First Congressional District. Tzar. Ks.. June 21st, 1878. The members of the Bepnbliean Congressional Com mittee ot the Firat"Dlstrictof Kansas, are reqested to meet at the Otis House, AtrhUon, Tuesday. July 9th, 1878, for the purpose of calling the Congressional Con vention, ana attending to such other business at they deem proper. CTBUS LELAXD, Jr.. Chairman. BEPBESEKTATION O STATE CONVEX- TIOJT. Orir suggestion to the Republican State Central Committee in favor of basing the representation to 'the State Convention BP5,nJ'iB.J?SE56il??n Tote as Deon ro" ceivod with gaoeraL approbation by the press. The Commonwealth prepared a table wherein the representation was partly based upon the Republican vote. It we are to make a change wo see no reason why it should not bo complete, and would therefore suggest tho follow ing plan of apportionment : W.l. Simons, one of ...

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. — 27 June 1878

iz. I I The Saline County Journal THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1878. wx'X'JEa: si Official Paper of the City of Salina. Extra Copies of the JOtJHNAIi cam be found at the Book and News Store of "White head Seaman's, first door east of Postofflce. Local and County Xews on Second Fage. I'lenty of rain. Ma, the tailor. Sargent & Bates. l'lcasant breezes. Showers and sunshine. Every one in the country busy. 40,000 to loan Bishop, Chaee & Grier. Mr. IF. SI. Goss was in town on Tuesday. Diamond rings at D. & J. B. Whitehead's. Merchants already begin to talk of fall stock. Important city ordinances published this week. Ladies' gauze undervcstfi, at J. C. Hash & Son's. Grand Exhibition and Menagerie on the 11th of July. Seasonable fruit always found at the City Bakery. 31ie new bridge was "progressing" at last accounts. Miss Minnie Palmer is visiting friends in Brookrille. Ask Palmer about Sargent & Bates' tongues and sounds. L. Schulcr is putting up a mamoth barn on Fifth street....

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 27 June 1878

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. J5 New Fnrmitfire Store W. A M D. Berg, Dealers in alll kinds of Plain, and Fancy rURNITURE, Carpets. oil caottw. "CTTaII Paper. g.REPAI&IKG PONE TO ORDER. 7- -- Alao f LamY &f fiy, ai JEPfC ffH AGBICTJLTUKAL IMPLEMENTS. 0. GUTHEIE, DIALEE1K AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SKINNER SULKY PLOWS, DAYENPOBT SULKY PLOWS, EUREKA CULTIVATOR FISH BROS.' WAGONS, ETC., ETC., AT NORTH-WEST CULTIVATOR, DAVENPORT CULTIVAORS, SKINNER BREAKER PLOWS. SALINA PRICES WILL BUY ALL KINDS OF GRAIN. , T BBOOKVILLE, KS. AfnH tica'l Undartaers w r ' . mwiroa ana meimr coma iwi uu uau pst t FURNITURE, HARDWARE, STOyES &;HNWABE. 1878 Ekarid Shoe FINDINGS. OBER, WILSON & CO. Hate added to their mammoth stock or BOOTS AND SHOES 00, ?& French & American Calf Skins, Oak & Hemlock Sole Leather xnd everything needed by BOOT AND SHOE MAKEBS. Soles. Insoles.Half Soles & Heel Lifts .jmzjAL 6'ut out by machinery. was aiiy in the West. mail and express. Orders Oiled by 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. — 4 July 1878

r I " V 1 r a x AC :1 ' i-r C L. ' K- ? at v s u 1 , EDITORIAL ITEMS. Queen Mercedes, of Spain, who is tho bride of but a few months, died in Madrid on the 2Cth. Ieep commlsseration is expressed, for the Youn Kinj AJphonso. The flood and high water in Uic Missouri river is causing many land slides at Sioux City, and it is feared that a considerable slice of the city will be swallowed up by the river. The Shenandoah Valley Bank, or Pottarille, Pcnn., failed on the 2Cth, and closed its doors, The cause assigned, was a steady withdrawal of deposits, and difficulty in collectme the assets. Avfc- A - m., msm tx trnmrn W9 iinvniiwii rammnwMm?mMTM 4iiiiiv yjmuimi amuiua '"' i . Davenport, Iowa is heavily infested by t!?R?-i' Between three and four hundred werereported in the citj-on Sunday morning, and some danger, wa3 apprehended. The city council ordered that they be arrested and put 10 wors on uic streets. - - a- What seems "to beamong the curious idios incrasies of thelay is the mispla...

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 July 1878

I -Tie Salinfc. County Journal THUESDAY,JULY4. 1878. All Official Printing of Saline County Publisnod in ttiia paper. REP0BUC13I STATE CONTENTION. A DUegate Conrentlan or the Republican! of the fltateof Kansas, will be held In Bepreacntative Ball, 'in the City of Topeka, on Wednesday, the 28th day or August, 1878, at the hour of 10 a. m., for the pur pose of nominating candidates for the following offi ces, Tix: GoTemor: Lieutenant Gorernor: Secretary orstate; Auditor of .State; k Treasurer of State; r. Attorney General: lM iSnperlnttndent of Public Instruction ; 1 ChlefJoatice or the Supreme Court; Mate Ontral Committee. i- Ts basis of representation in the State Conrention wUlam (1) delegate and one (l) alternate for each iias sail fir Walter W. Simoms for lTtakleatUl ""Elector in lgff. and additional delegate audi alter nate tor kTerjr'fraenoa-thereof, of not less than SO rotes; prorided that Inall organized counties in which less than 50 Totes were east tor said Simons, such cou...

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 July 1878

tt tf i , r r' The Saline County Journal THURSDAY, JULY A, 1878. "W L'J.'JbC S U PPI iTTtvl ,iJ.N 'U- Offlclal Paper of the City of Sallna. Extra Copies or the JOTJBHAIi can be found at the Book and Newt Store of White head Seaman, first door east of Fostofllce. Picnics. July 4th. Excursions. Profit and lot?. The Eagle screams. Circus next Thursday. Population of S.ilina 2,189. .Mrs. J. Weaver is away visiting friends. Il'hitc saqucing, at J. C Rash & Son's. $10,000 to loan Bishop, Chace & Grier. Protitand loss. llon.Thos. II. Givahaugli was intownMon- Air. .T. II. Snead has returned lrom JWis fcouri. Seasonable.fruit always found at the City Bakery. The Commissioners have ln?en In .session this week. Demorest patterns for everybody, at Mrs. Hetligaa'.o. Silk Handkerchiefs 25 cents each, at J. C, Hash Son's. Street commissioner Garerich is busy level ing our streets. All kinds of leather and findings, at Ober, IHlson Co.'a. Child's Nillson ties just received, at Obcr, Wilson...

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 July 1878

MISCELLANEOUS ADYS. N Fnraitwe Store W- A M. D. Borg, ?-i' Dealer. In alll kinds of -Plain, and Fancy FflTRiriTURE, AGBICULTTJKAL INPLEMENTS. OUl COotlia. -"JCTA-IX c REPAIRING DOME TO ORDER. Also 'gtgtical Undertaers lWLllnemt-n&n& talic coOna always on rP G. C. GUTHRIE, DIALER IX AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SKINNER SULKY PLOWS, NORTH-WEST CULTIYATOB, DAYENPOBT SULKY PLOW5, DAVENPORT CULTIVAOBS, EUREKA CULTIYATOB, SKINNER BREAKER PLO VYS. FISH BROS.' WAGONS, ETC., ETC., AT SALINA PRICES WILL BUY ALL KINDS OF tAJN.. ' BROOKVIIiLE, KB. FURNITURE, HARDWARE, STOVES TINWARE. fatter and Shoe POlJNLrS OBER, WILSON & CO. litre added to their mammoth stock of f BOOTS AND SHOES 00 A full line of r i - " . MM. encn & American uau issms, Oak & Hemlock Sole Leather And everything needed by BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. Soles, InsoIes.Half Soles & Heel Lifts 1878. SPRING OF No Reduction of Stock, Great Redaction of 1878 J! Cut out by machinery. - O 3 Orders tilled by Prices as low a...

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 July 1878

f kri'C; Li:ca: irr l a - I &?-&kJLJ r A - w W a Vt : Y K l J EDITORIAL CORUESPOXDEXCE XO. 3. Edinburgh to London. London, Jano 17th, 1878. I wrolo my last letter from Edinburgh. Tho native Scot pronounces if'Edinbo rough." Oar hotel was diagonally oppo site Walter Scott's monument. It was conducted on tho principlo of "pay for what you get." Yopr meals cost you from a shilling and six-pence (English) to a pound sterling according as you ordered. Wo were very contrally loca ted. Indeed nearly all tho hotels are lo cated on our (Princes) street, from our window wo cgtild soothe Castle, St. Giles Cathedral and other historical points. Edinburgh is called tho 'Modern Athens.' One writer calls her "a patrician amongst British cities;" "A ponniless lass wi' a lung pedigree." "Sho justly lays great claims to intellectual supremacy as well as beauty. It is the verdict of nearly every tourist that thero is not a pleasant er place in all Europo than Edinburgh. Wo wish our Salina frie...

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 July 1878

w eniawTiggv.fcwi'fliWiT.i'iwuT r-: rv sdTEttjaftMaa-; -af.W sW.r a-. j -fawhigj atfwttjqoM The Salinb County Journal. TEUBSDAY, JULY 11. 1878. All Official Printing of Saline County Publlahad in this Paper. REPUBLICAN STATE C0XYEXT10X. A. DUerat Convention of Ibc Eepablieaoa of the Ute or Kuiu, wlU be held in Representative Hall, In the City ofTopeke, on Wednesdaj, the 2h day of Aujrust. 1878, at the boor or 10 a. m., for toe por pete or nominating candidates for the following o cea. Tic: Governor: JUentiasot Governor: Secretary of State; Anditea-of&ate; , Thiwt of State; dent of Public Instruction : rJoatioeortheSanrem Court: Aase vvatrai uoBuaiuee. ' TMbaaU or representation in the State Convention will be one 0) delegate and one (1) alternate for eacn 800 ToteaeaM for waiter I.. Simoaa for Presidential Keeper hi i87. aad 1 adrtrllonsi delegate and 1 alter nate for every traction tbereor, of not lea than SO Totet ; provided that la all organized eoanties in which lent than SO...

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 July 1878

t- r . "' "J Sfei I.Y-effiv - IV r y tpmc'??' , y"- ,- rT2iir5i'r w j 5 -, w - "Ms-!'"'!?7'! "V " ----""-CfS"-1 ,- t "V- N i- "r-?"- -. . Off! Get Pound ocery, Fory lodge f Oanuc r then JlfissJ visltil We ai Nevei ccel ; Dr. A astern ce. New jlberff ted. Wber ;t a I md. Youn ace to o.'s. Sunili ason? erage Col.l ie evei is fan! Fory all pa) ft. . H. r Mrs. I r, 01 1 alifon Purth hare arm Jake jiis of right 1 WanJ id oui Uhef For ( uismi mi" ilrj s.j nqulr Mrs. tabllsl wile 1 At.ro m, wa e pure Dr. lprofj xxlbs w ooun1 V Valine H0. g0MttaL SUPPLEMENT. EliITUBIAL COMMENTARIES. The stamps for the marriage settlement of Miss Hannah de Rothschilds, cost $20, 000. Thb total number of books in Uie Astor library was 177,387 on the 1st of January. Pbixce Bismasck was among tho first to call on General Grant on tho hitter's arrival nt Berlin. New Jeeset has fixed her rate of inter est at six per cent. Tho legislature of Kansas at its next session ought to reduco interest In Uiis State strictl...

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 July 1878

fKmci&mMmmm X Ki .-? y '-1 s?. t- M THE CANDIDATE. Father, who travel the road so lato?" "Hash, my i", tU the candidate ; Fit example ot human woes ' Early he cornea, and late he goes. He greets the women with courtly grace. He kisses the baby's dirty face, He call to the fence the farmer at work. He borei the merchant, he bores tho clerk. The blacksmith, while his anTil rings Ho erects, and this is the song ho sings : Howdy, howdy, howdy-do? How is your wife, and how axo yon ? Ah! it fits my Art as no other can, The horny hand of the working man.' 'Husband, who Is that man at thocatoT" Hush, my loxo, til the candidate" "Hnsband, why cant be work hko yon? Has he nothing at home to do I" My dear, whenever a man is down. No cash at home, so credit in town. Too stupid to preach and too proud to beg. Too timid to rob and too lazy to dig. Then over his horse his legs he Uings. And to the dear people this song he sings : Howdy, howdy, howdy-do ? How is your wife, and how are yon? Ah I...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 11 July 1878

i.-3fi?2 5e--.9TFS'l K tfl. i. : y i , -- -V" The Saline County Journal. THUHSDA.Y, JULY 11, 1878. Official Paper of the City ofSalina. Extra Copies of the JOUHNAIi can be found at the Book and News Store of White bead Seaman', first door east of Postofflce. Local and Coantj Xews on Second Page AH to the circus will go, to-day. See the grand display this morning? Holmes' lecture on Monday evening. Dr- Switzer holds the fort this week. $40,000 to loan Bishop, Chace & Grier. Trcssin & Warren keep all kinds of pumps. Cipt. Hauna was down from Ellis, last week. Seasonable fruit always .found at the City Bakery. Another interesting letter from the Senior this week. D einorest patterns for everybody, at Mrs Hedigan's. Call on Tressin & Warren for pump and drive wells. Large crowds of people are in town attend ing the show. Child's Niison ties just received, at Ober, Wilson & Co.'s. Get wealth get groceries at Watson's. Kow'syour time. All kinds of leather and findings, at ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 11 July 1878

r- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. New Furniture Store W. & IKE. D. Berg, Dealers in mill kinds of t Plain and Fancy FURNITURE, attrv Carpets, Oil Olotla . WU Paper. REPAIRING DONE TO ORDER. Also 'Practical Undertaers a.fuH line of wood and metal ic coffins always on ban Leather and Shoe MNDINGS. OBER, WILSON & CO. Hare added to their mammoth stock of BOOTS AND SHOES A full line of f rench & American Calf Skins, ' ' Oak & Hemlock Sole Leather xnd everything needed by BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. Soles. lnsoles9Ha!f Soles & Heel Lifts Cut ont by machinery. Prices as low as any in the West. Orders filled by mail and express. .fj , SORTS GERMAS Lloyd Steamship Line 5p ,BETWEEX NEW YORK and BREMEN, (Via Southampton , ) "Carrying the United States Mail Sailinc day from New York every Saturday. Pas sengers booked to and from Sew York. Southampton London. Havre and Bremen. Apply for particticu, lars to McConnell tv Masker, I-and Department K. P. ttv . Sahna. Kans. I C. E. HUTTON, Horse Tr...

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