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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 3 April 1879

SSS f'W5'-l"X J i!r-Tcj -v." eT5SJ2'S..V. BSPPgPIS8 3?Z2$L ,- V.gtS-H- 'i St . Ssrt-v lFpP1l?? wti ? --, arv -rr-of-. j.r??,2 x- -js " ? r? 3L5&R '- SSf - ." jASE. .'- iffe sSi- . m ??- r - -. w ri" S w Si ft . & ST '-3 K' I- l li. Y 1 " I5. k It- & 13 rt & D' .- IS ti The Saline County Journal Official Organ of Saline County. THDESDAY, APRIL 3, 1879. THE Clir ELECTION. On last Tuesday the issno was princi pally "Licenso" and "anti-LicenBe." While there was earnestnoes displayed by beth parties at the polls, in working for their respective tickets, thero was littlo ill-humor or bad feeling exhibited. The weather was beautiful and a full vote was polled. Both parties brought ont their strongest and best men for tho position of Mayor. While the License ticket was in the main victorious, one would notice in looking OTer the anti License ticket that good and strong men wonld have controlled the city had the latter been elected. Surely such men as llapes, Gebhart, Addison...

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. — 3 April 1879

sr.- ." "' '""' '"' ."' "e- " -- ."y." - "- i "V v--?y - iry fi'xVJt.'flssri ry 31 Wt ili OlU a$ Isli o HI ILK. eel?,' stiff i I k -. men illo LK. Fc J. r odi see chj JrioJ; bd?. popji StOrjs broli- iniaV 3 K enn THE SAUNA JOURNAL SAUNA. KANSAS Jrg- THE SERENADE. Oh! lie waa aapy as the birds of Spring, Aa rsyaa the Mi theaome qoill ; And lie blacked hi booU,and he aLsTed hla face. And he domwdhia awallow-tail. Oh! he took from the peg his sweet guitar, Aa sweet aa the maple-asp; He HssM hiahand to the Evening Star, Kor dreamed be of mishap. Oh! the maiden slept in the third-floor front. She slept with a peacef nl more ; Bat the minstrel came with his wild guitar. And aang hla lay galore. Ob! the maiden woke with a frightful scream. She called for her dear papa; For she dldnt know that the horrid noise Waa made by a sweet guitar. Oh! the old man abonldrrnd his cross-cut eaw, He loosed his buH-dog grim. And be cast one look at the aad-eyed youth. And be ahot at hla rye-ball blm! Oh! ...

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. — 3 April 1879

fPsaS- irSf.-fl-f- iEJS''VW NEWS. TELEGRAMS CONDENSED. New railway promised in Arkansas. Small fire at Lawrence, Kas.; loss $3, 000. Lexington, Ky., has a centennial celebra tion. The New Orleans bank has resumed payment. A fresh case of plague has appeared at Watlianka. . The Greenbackers are still showing fight Is the Ho one. The Chicago freight pool is net by any means broken. Coal oil lamp bums W. R. Jones' lesi denee at Alton. Currie, the murderer of Porter, is an old railroad engineer. Twelve thousand dollar blaze at Keo knk; folly injured. Geo. T. Vcach was cut in two by the cars at Kansas City. George Serous, of HI., renominated Consul at Hamburg. France has renewed the commercial treaty with England. Col. Pearson has made a raid and burnt Cetiwayo a old kraal. Seven thousand men hare risen in insur rection in Macedonia. The danger to the flooded district in Hungary ii decreasing. Takoob Khan has sent six hundred of his adherent to Ballton. The Senate eight per cent, interes...

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. — 3 April 1879

C.55' TS3 -'S?PPP5S?SPfPBS FT5iu wVf.iW - ;: j-?,".t sr1-. j?-s:. rt Mt .. nlNvSsd-As --3rf '-' ,-a . - v -J5S -: '. -ci.!?! ---' 1 '5ft" ir-- r.vf i. '? - ?i. ,. . - sV rVSfte Ir l' 4h ! R i . i f V rli it ! h i c -'. it f The Saline County Journal THUIISDAY, APRlh 3, 1879. Official Paper of the City efSallna. Extra Copies of the JOURNAL esn.be oundat the Book and Newa 8tore ' of White head Seaman's, first door east of Postofllee. Mc Uic 7aIJor Is never behind. The choicest oystcra are at Lay's. Ed. inttman'n oysters are superb. Choice dried bcel at E. W. Clarke's. Oysters served in all styles at Lay's. Croquet sets at Whitehead & Seaman. $40,000 to loan Bishop, Chace &, Grier. Choice Xew York cider at E. W. Clarke's. Choice irult.and candy at Ed. Wttmann's. Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco. Fresh orauges and lemons atE. W. Clarke's. Oysters cooked in all styles at the Delmon ico. 30 coils of rope lor sale. cheap at E. W. Clarke's. Seasonable fruit always found at. th...

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. — 3 April 1879

tr-xkr B7". & j-e 15- tJ,T-t.rt- -- o-r - slast; PiliTrT PST3 . Ji r f 9iJ. Cisi. i 'ST - & --Z K. . :v. - -ayjsM sw S3K??P? !- aML-uKSWiS S&t i: ll&3r& . ' 4 ' ry -" V -ttw --J S!SC?4Zr Al" i .Sr-P iSTif X W,-X . A il tWl I Iv i ll W Iw; IfS I ? l I' 1 cv?- ?v i t-iv1 Efts ixMv. v.-- JDRUGS, MEDICINES PERFUMERIES, Etc. JAMES O. CAMPBELL, PRACTICAL DRUGGIST, jttre Drug 8, Taints and Otis, Varnish and Glass, Sponges anil Chamois, Perfumeries, Elegant Lamps, Combs and Brushes, Pocket Books, Medicines m Everything. Family Recipes Prepared with Care. Everything at the Lowest Prices PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED WITH PUREST DRU8S OPERA HOUSE DRUG STORE A LARGE STOCK of theBESTCIGAR.3 obtainable. FURNITURE, HARDWARE, STOVES &TINWARE. 1879 1879. SPRING OF Iff o Reduction of Stock, Great Reduction of prices. sL. IX V - K & . v V (- MP1 IMMENSE LINE OF HEATERS. Shelves Full of Hardware. K. I t 12? M V JUJHL'V V JULUJCa- X3NT THE LARGEST STOCK OF FURNITURE. West of the ...

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. — 10 April 1879

iHHRawr. ir. u?vwi"s'sKSrf-jf'vs:sa ?kkjs-k$ sritswj' j r-s- Jrafsn satf'T?i?r--s' ?rw-?v3' Tvrs? sr'' ; ' l- - -ciw -ycc-f. 3?T-J t ..- -" r . f- - 1 , --T . : , - ? " - - - -'' '-" iHbT " 3mm JUnt X3 hr m? - I- 1 Educstioa. Bead before the Pliny Fanners Clab. What is education ? We frequently hear tho expression, "ho has s good ed ucation." Now wo do not Apply thia terra to an illiterate man, bat to one who has had his mind disciplined, his intel lect cultivated. But is it enough that a man has studied and digested all the branches noccssary to a collegiate edu cation and got his diploma to warrant us in saying bo is well educated, when he may only hare a knowledge of books, and be none the happier or better, nei ther those with whom he associates, for this knowledge? Now I cannot but think that an -education that only trains and develops one set of faculties in one direction is imporloct, incomplete, very defective and very dangerous ; or else why it that wo hnd men 111 high pla ...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 10 April 1879

4 j 3sFv?"3?'s55235S , i7- v;.i -SriiL. fl 1 -rt,5 - 2fei - Wg 6? U" - 5 lirtW- ISa ri Ir k Its f T SE - S&- r SfC -. z if' f. EV IIj- 2f m- wf The Saline County Journal Offlelal Organ of Saline County. THUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1879. Garibaldi is dangerously eick. Kansas City elected a Democratic Mayor. Col. Lynde was defeated. ' Noble h. Prentis is to take charge of the local department of the Atchison Champion. The late municipal elections in east era cities, resulted in victories generally for the Republicans. The great $5,000 trotting match tetween Bonesetter and Proteins will come off the last of June, eithor in Chi cago or Cincinnati. It is estimated that the Kansas Pacific has hauled from 20,000 to 25,000 people from Kansas Citv and Leavenworth daring the past throo weeks. If one roads the press dispatch irom Ft Scott of the 8th inst, concerning the rains,ho is sure to make up his mind that it is the production of Geo. A. Orawioro. It is announced that on to-day's K. P. trains...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 10 April 1879

Hi - i i -i - jgi , , t j iiiim j.nirTTTni-rrTTWwmwwTmM'rtTii mum 11 mww iWMi'iiwiiiiiiiiMiwii ihhipw ih'ihwiuhiihiibwi'ibipi wiimiii'i mum iiihiui ,. . -r-w PSl,'. b- at? !i : z w THE NEWS. TELEGRAMS CONDENSE!. The rebellions Basutas desert Cetawayo. Three shooting affravs at Little Rock, .Ark. Yakoob Kahn will not resist the Eng lish. Pern and Bolivia declare war against mm, VT. R. King's residence in Chicago barns. The British defeat 2,000 Afghans near Bane. The King of Burznah i continually drank. Egyptian government reduces the tax on tobacco. A fire at Keokuk destroys 15,000 worth of property. Thomas Conteure, the celebrated French painter, is dead. Jacob Morris stabbed and kiled by his wif e at Philo, 111. Frederick R. Bevan & Co., London mer chant, hare failed. The steamer Fannie Lewis collides with he Glasgow bridge. The Albanians will forcibly resist an nexation to Greece. Bell, of New Hampshire, will not be we mj hoiu nis aeau Mrs. C. A. Helen had her pocket picked of...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 10 April 1879

Xt-5S" SrsHSW BQWsawaw TfJ-'V "S! S-;- ?fss3 !-' vjfetoa,; " ' i ''I' ' ' ' J " ' ' "Tig "O " i i "W --tt asi -T- ' -S '?"5S R " rZjr??r'-$'JJ?: "- r"& !?S?01J jT gBfeaagJOTSSgNi THE SAUNA JOURNAL BAIJHA, KAH8AB 8&& SWEET SIXTEEN'. Nora Ferry 1b "Tenth's Companion. "Yon think tbe world is only made For you, and inch as you," he ssid, Laughing alond in boyish scorn. Of boyish mirth and mischief bom. She never turned from where she stood Pi inking her little silken snood Of silken carls before the glass; She nerer turned to see him pats. Nor answered htm, save with a laugh That half confessed his boyish chaff. Bat left alone, confronted there With her own image fresh and fair, A sadden blush lit np her face With newer youth and fresher grace. And eyes that were demurely fixed A moment since, with thought unmixed, Cpon the smoothing of a tress. Now sparkled soft with consciousness. Why not, why not?" she lightly cried, Oat of the gay exultant pride. The sweet, wild insolenc...

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. — 10 April 1879

:V seu -?.-: k-2l .T -- lrP TB ?3FB;t X t--;5V Igaieteaiiikvrrt'SEa :a- issv; rsr- i -T 5- i Ir IL The Saline County Journal THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1879. Official Paper of the City of Salina. Extra Copies of the JOUBNAli can be oundat the Book and Eewi Store of White head Seaman's, first door east of Postoraca New goods at Lltowich's. The choicest oysters are at Lay's. Ed. IPittman'g oysters are superb. Choice dried bcei at E. W. Clarke's. Oysters served In all styles at Lay's. $40,000 to loan Bishop, Chacc & Grier. Choice frultand candy at Ed. Wittmann's. Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco. Keystone stub cigars, at KngMrom's drug etorc. Oysters cooke 1 in all styles at (lie Delmon- ico. Keystone stub cigars at Engstrom's drug store. Seasonable fruit always found at the City Bakery. All designs of wall paper at Whitehead & "Seaman. Fcathw iIii-Fits of all tjles at Kiigntrom's drug store. All kinds of Sowing Machine? repaired by G M Eastman. tt For pure candies go to Geo. I....

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. — 10 April 1879

c r- -t '.h , I i m J IS - - IN I. If- It If N li & C l- r Itr?.- I: OBER, WILSON & GO'S. COLUMN. Ober7 Hageman & Whittredge Own more Goods, and Own them Cheaper, TTTA1ST AJSJT HOUSE EST KANSAS Our goods have been selected with care, and no pains have been spared to have the Fullest, Best and Cheapest Stock OF GOODS IN THE STATE. u it tc 11 4t CI (C 11 t .t t U $10.00 3.00 1.50 450 Come and See Our $7.50 Suits, worth 2.00 White Blankets, north 1.00 Hats, worth 3.50 Boots, wortli Dress Goods. Flannels and Waterproofs. Cloaks and Shawls. Gloves, Hambnrgs, Ribbons, Neck-Ties Why Kewell Wen. j for tho rich apd another for the pocr, Dr. J. W. itanncy loctnrcd bofore the would delight the black aocels, because OUR STOCK EMBRACES EVERYTHING ! No matter what you want, you can find it at our store. Our prices are way below our neighbors, Don't take our v.ord for it, but come and see for yourselves. Remember that We Sell More DRY GOODS, CLOAKS, Hamburg Edgings and Insertions, Than...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 17 April 1879

..tk .-- - t ':" jwpWP .. iwi Mm i j i r- pl aTannnaaaBi - niaiak - -T. SliC tf"kJlWMMM aO-y-ec. a 5Vi?, -. a; u.rf W"-M j?"- ' $J w-5? IvF VJ"'Jw4. ...' ---A-vr.-5'-'.CSei X--S--?'- s -" -Vr - " g.-r -.-, - - ."-. i r --?- i- ' . - V - y-" y - -rg--, .- ---,-.- - - - - C ..r C5c r JT AaW. ' -. T ..- V -- ---7- T d "" m T- A 3- - r -M M -- - W M . - - u Ltu r?r 1 BLANCHE KOFS DIAMONDS- THE SALINE. COUNTY JOURNAL IS PCBLISBXD XVXKT THTOSDAT, BY 21. J. & Ij. E. 8AMF8OH AT SALINA, KANSAS. I K Br EIXBN WHITCOMB. So thorn sparkle, Minnie! How beautiful they are like tiny drops or fire! And they must bo worth oh! over so much money V BlanchoEoy had thrown herself impul sively on hor knees, at tho invalid sis ter's side, holding up in one hand' the jewel case of black velvet, against whose sombro background the sparkle of the gems was plainly visible. Minnio was older, darker, paler, yet there was still a strong resemblance be tween the two sisters. Upon Minnie Hoy's shoulders had fall...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 17 April 1879

s--V Tf - tf?sy - f$m-&!r"j5r 's?-,r .'i,JOi'1 " ' "wu?" '- 5 i-. Vt . a KM The Salte County Journal a..A.XX3r.A-,, KANSAS. Official Organ of Saline County. THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1879. KANSAS ASD THE XEGKCKS. The stampedo ot tho blacks Irom tho South is ono of tho wonderful things of this century. .Never 6inco tho fetters wore stricken from tho slaves by the proclamation of President Lincoln has thero boon such a rush tor ttio -nappy land of Canaan." Tho Mississippi rivor seems to bo tho grand highway along which they have boon moving in their northward flight Steamer after steamer, loadod with tho blacks, stems the Mississippi's turbid current, and as the flotilla moves along it resembles ono of those long drawn out caravans when Syrian life is in motion. Kansas of course is the "happy land" which they aro seeking. Wbilo our Stato offers tho most inviting fields to settlors; while our climato is irild, our soil productive, and land cheap yet ma ny of tho colored men will be sorel...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 17 April 1879

3 -ssaaaaaiaMaaaMaiaLiaMEMaWMWaaaMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aM1,,.llflla.aa.1iist1s,s,sisiTiTaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaM OfflcT , ' xtra. MggB a- nd&t "" - - i ; i i THE NEWS. TELEGRAMS CONDENSED. Yakoob Khan is anxious for peace. Chicago is excited over a large meteor. The arrests of Nihilists continue in Rus sia. TheKensett, Arkansas post-office rob bed. Prof. Henry William Dove has died in uerun. Horse thieves are'operatingncarSpring- sua, juo. Capt. Moriarty and forty men killed by Large trains of emigrants are moving to Manitoba. A hundred thousand dollar blaze at Oconowoc, wis. Jno. Taylor re-elected president of the Mormon Church. . The Pope contributed 4,000 to the Catholic achool f and. At Arlcon. Ohio, Herman Mauthey clubs Augustus Eahn to death. An attempt was made to assassinate Dr. Peyton, at Sullivan, Ind. Cetewayo is reported to be organizing a large army at Boral KraaL Sandusky goes Democratic, with most of the other towns in Ohio. J. W. Husher, an Odd Fellow,...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 17 April 1879

bjwS5 ff It,. 5 t- THE SALINA JOURNAL SAUNA, ... KANSAS THE TOBACCONISTS MOTnEB-IN'-LAW wall'IEJI OX THX SPOT XK OXK TX3CK AVD TBBZX VOTIOKS. This is a tile of on-narcotic Thomas Troot, Whose Jealous wife, for fear her witch ni slacker. And needing aid to smoke his secrets oat, Sent for her full regalia'd ma tobacco. slamms-In-law Toma courage caused to ooze; He never dared to say to her, "I choose And 'spectorate with Chaucer neath this roof;" Bat rather, bung his head and sighed, "Us "Dough."" Oh! when Tom's wife (named Ann) alone essayed To break him down with strife and bicker. Bow sweet a choice his "Consolation" seemed. For be would fumigate at ease; then liquor! But when cheroot for ma to come to her relief, He could no longer stem his rising wreath. 80 what says he! this cowardly Cuba sixer? "I Havana!" Then he takes an lixir! Bo fine (a) cut should surely never win! And twon't ! bhe'Il quickly maecaboy of him ! Bhe piped, he danced, Virginia's fragrant real Weed pull were o...

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. — 17 April 1879

r4&3? LJOT SKitoA--i' ---'-- --.ty2SSi " - 4-j '- ii r ? Sln? ;roiv '-:x r" ''- --''""Hf-1 4J -.-vs " - GWl iy !f ihl i vmw; ...ii 1--111 inir T ' " " ' i - -i " - . -. V " -" V - , --. ' - t - . V M K ,v in l - The Saline County Journal THURSDAY, APBLL 17, 1879. Official Paper of the City of Sallna. Extra Copies of the JOPBWATi can be oandat the Book and Sews Store of "White head Seaman's, first door east of PostoOce. $40,000 to loan Bishop, Cliacc & Grier. Caoice frult.and candy at Ed. Wittmann'a. A fist o! vegetables at Geo. Logan & Co.'s. Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco. A lUt o! fresh fruits at Geo. Logan & Co.'. Seasonable Iruit always found atj the City Bakery. Go to Kingman & K'smg's lor lime or all kinds. "-2C Dressmaking done by an experienced hand at I.. A. I'arker's. Head quarters for fruit and vegetables is at Geo. Logan it Co.. Wji.stkd A No. 1 milch cow by S. Seivcr, at the "picr mill. The first or the season Inst strawberries at Geo. Logan ...

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. — 17 April 1879

s"s i " "" .-?r- "fC- 3 . K OBER, WILSON & GO'S. COLUMN. (k.Hapm Own more Goods, and Own tnem cneaper, THAN" AST HOUSE EN" KANSAS ftwhiilredn Oiir goods have been selected with care, and no pains have been spared to have the Fullest, Best and Cheapest Stock OF GOODS IN THE STATE. Come and See Our $7.50 Suits, worth $10.00 2.00 White Blankets, nrorth 3.00 1.00 Hats, worth 1.50 3.50 Boots, worth 450 Dress Goods.. Flannels and Waterproofs. Cloaks and Shawls. Gloves, Hamburgs, Ribbons, Neck-Ties (i .amen. 7 rr t if u (( CI tc M (C CI c c 4C CC OUR STOCK EMBRACES EVERYTHING ! No matter what you want, you can find it at our store. Our prices are way below our neighbors, Don't take our word for it, but come and see for yourselves. Remember that We Sell More DRY GOODS, CLOAKS, Hamburg Edgings and Insertions, Than all the town besides. The reason is plain, we keep a fuller and better stock, with prices way down, and People will Buy whereThey can save the most Money Remember this, that we...

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. — 24 April 1879

ggSSSvwvrTTrw- -Ty?&ir&& TiSu - ji iaipi'inff ..i. m, . , VNftT: - " &7 ' ycJ i $V r . 'S. gyy: -hCyr 7K ,7 ... rmmm , ,w . , . ..; r v u EDITORIAL ITEMS. Tho othor day, whilo tho IIouso wa orgagcd in an animated dobato on tbo rulos, a lunatic in tho gallory, holding in his hand an open book, criod out in a loud voico, "Woe, woo, woo to this don of thieves." Notwithstanding -the possiblo truth of such invoctivc, the maniac waa led out by tho car. John. C. Fremont has submitted to tho govcrnmont a plan for bringing tho waters of tho Gulf of California back to their old basin in Southern California, which would, ho says, crcato an inland sea 200 miles long, SO uroad.audoOO foot deop, converting a desert waste into a highway for commorco, and greatly improving tho climnto of Southeastern California. Wo notice in tho Atchison Champion that there is to bo a reunion of Ander Honvillo prisoners residing in Kansas Tho Champion requests that all survi vors residing within tho...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 24 April 1879

i3rg- VJ K t fT . M-awi K I I The Saline County JournaL Official Organ of Salino County. T HUKSDAY, APJilli 2 1,1879. A FINAL DECISION. On THonday last Mr. S.J. Gilraoro, Land Commissioner of tho Kansas Pa cific Railway, received tho following telegram : Washington, D. C, April 21st, 1879. S. J". Gilmobe : 'Iho Supremo Court tn-tlav decido Piatt case in lavor of tho companies. A mortgago is a disposal of tho land. liESW ueabd, Attorney for tho Kansas Pacific Co. Tho caso mentioned in tho telegram waa that of W. S. Piatt vs. tho Union Pacifie Railway Company, involving tho right of sottlors to pro-ompt lands grant od by Congress to tho Railroad Compa ny, under tho act of July 1st, lSG2..Tho act roforrod to provided that all lands granted to tho company should bo liablo to pro-oraption "if not sold or othcrwiso disposed ol" within throo years aftor tho completion of tho road. On tho 3d ol September, 1878, tho Secretary o'f tho Interior decided that a mortgago oxcou- tod by tho company...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 24 April 1879

I a Kill I. If- THE SAUNA JOURNAL 8ALD.A, KANSAS igfjiscenautt. HER BLUE-EiEI) BOY. From Harper Weekly. "My boy, my boy, my blae-eyed boy, For thee I sigh, for thee I weep, Wben others tread the mazy dance. Or smile in happy dreams and sleep. Torn from these loving arms away, By those who recked nut tear or prayer. Ere thou conldst spealc thy mother's name. My tiny bad, my babelet fair. "My boy, my boy, my bine-eyed boy, Could I within thy bright eyes gaze. Or have an hoar to kiss thee in, Twould light up many weary days. Bat thoa art far away from me; Between us ocean's billows beat. And I can but thy picture kiss, " My fairy rose, my babelet sweet. As Miss Isabella Spooner finished read ing these verses, and proceeded to cut them out of the paper they had graced, with a pair of scissor that, in company with a bunch of keys, l.ung from her gen erous girdle, a murmur of admiration and sympathy arose from her audience. This audience consisted of Mrs. Spooner, Isa bella's mother, a ta...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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