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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 13 June 1872

IF 5RS3B!ir5R35S -TIT- K ww jnsiiJ :of.o3fl uen nrW BBMdj jj-"vH b"T ". " jfigspn The Sah tty Jati "U3 31 TJUTOV. n073VWJt: MOul OJ POdflTS" l.'.VXSr ll &, n If! "U Sxtf Hill 91? i&ai i3 J3q la itco.jjoitaf sstl JIoin0 -J. iti-stil ,.! err. .ofvtactjfc?? . xxJIl. - If- eel 1:., laKT '""' : ..ar, ,r:r: . - w i -. i fmmess -. - - - - - --" - - -m T Iff Mf&.fW t -.. . . . . . .. . . . .r kit,.!!. - .M . ..... . J -.. I . u 1 ( r . l; t SJ-. I - '' I , -r- l. a ,- r -., leaf 8ALINA, KANSAS. W.N.HlSH OrriCE. Jio.StFATme.BriT0p postte Haj. Joes W. Berks' Beal Estate oBiee. isLSScrn One Cavr, aacTW, UMUICT,! Busmrss J3ircaorg. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. VS&mX& S'J AllUIUtKTS AT LAW, StfinS. HENRY LOGAN, ATTORSXY AT UW, Sillns, VLtanx. OSre orcr MUACo.'bank. Fl A.WILOMAN, ' ' l ATTOfcHEY AT LAW. OIBee, No. a Serenth St. JOHN FOSTER. ATTORNEY AND COCXSELOR AT LAW, Ofloti TrrOeiMk. "; N , ?H;'V. MOHLER at CARVER, ATTOSXETaATLAW. oaccoolnei Are., caat of the poatoatoe, SaUaa. rum. M...

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. — 13 June 1872

' . TfflkllH&UJWpiL ttCT VKtfBSDAY, JUNE 13, 1872. UiiikTUpuHcuti Ticket. Far 'rnsts'ant: ULYSSES Sv. GRANT. 07 nxlsois. t: ' For Vice President: HENRY WILSON. 'WmfltMJiuyuis. tin cum. The bill, .Wore Congress eo long known as Ike "Price Bsid CUims," bss become a tow by its psassge by the Sen. .. ni k ftth iniii. The bill to re imburse the State for expenses inenrrod in raisin troops dnring Price's raid in to Missoari aatt Kansas in io. " . '. .- lost i :. estimated thataboHtW50,000 will.be dis bursed nnder the law. Avery consid erable amount of this snm will go to speculators, who, in many instances bonght the scrip issaed by the SUte at very low fignres. The scrip will prob- bly be paid by commissioners sitting , different points in the Htstc. in we ipassage of the law justice long deferr- has been done. nitu'iomi. We are in favor of united action on e part oi we west to secure n con gressman from Western Kansas. There is a pteposttion urged by some that tne Westers? delegates...

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. — 13 June 1872

n il L v. 1 u : V THEEEKfcYJOBRNAiri THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1872. T Lml BravltMs. Judicious advertisliajr always pays. TbeDtouietCowttfctWfcofJ"lr- They dldn'tlly'Wortlicht the otter night. Many gardens In thU city are very artistically arranged. The trial of Harvey U set for the 17th, at Junction City. Strangers are constantly arriving, all well pleated with Sallna. Recollect A. Seigel ft Co. have reduced the price of helr goods. W. H. Clarkson sell? spring wheat flour at five dollars per hundred pounds. ' 'OUT Buildings spring up as though by the magic of an Aladdin lamp ' D. B. Wagstaflr started on yesterday mXfb Ing's train for Denver City. - )C "The Woman in white," "Alone," "In the dark." Ask Andy about it. S. Ararine is running a shoe store and J. Ilolland a new s-depotat Ureal Bend. Another troop of soldier.? (very colored) went through on the cars Westward one day this week. Choice winter wheat flour is sold by W. M. Clarkson at five dollars and fifty cents per hun dred. We und...

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. — 13 June 1872

xm. . wWiw mtL.Tvmm- JWr. ViMKrwot -m.--mm " 'mr, criTcja-M'gsii ..rtLajtit gnRBitfc.g nzciGssfk. .iiunmist U aMIU UpIi l? v BY S. B. DOME. I was starting some weeks ago from iw6 .v ---- the aecond cWs- Woling car LibM e tered, cigar alight, sat a well-dressed el Amrltr o-pntloman. "a iad? ncarccl y-twenty, vears old, attired like a'riJOxford rinder craanaie, ana a um aim; wumug ..... Sun &&&&& .YTfac; bell -had rang and the train was just renar to Mart, when throe other persons, whom f had noticed loitering on the platform, :.vsi KuiiW in ami took their scats. JAiTbrtoT&SgaVdiar them whose earb i- dicatcd that they were nKakKnetehad that blase, look which yonng "gents" often assume aaif it were SomeUiingto be proud ot, while tbaae, with, whom it 4s acttied expression, are as oiwh jm. "" .L.'n'f rid of it. he third seemed to be a gentleman farmer, though it was .nnn iAa Mmfirent hat his only claim to be so considered lay in the costume Bffltim)a casioaaUy.xBr...

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. — 20 June 1872

The Saline County Journal v., BOOK AlJOB $fjiPi Printing Esttblishmeni PAMPHLETS, ,' CIRCULARS, CARDS, BILL HKADS, KTC. KTC. I7f C. v TKIIMS OF .SUBSCRIPTION: r . i S y Udc Copy. oca year,' ;. . $i Ou One Copy, 8lx month .. l'-jj One Copy, thm-month, 75 VOLUME 2. SALINA, KANSAS, JUNE 20, 1872. JO U31JjJliI J.lF JE-.-c-le4 ta the bel JjWuf tV art w nils, j ilu'ttlra.. The Salae, County; Journal IS PUBLISHED EVEKV THCBSDAY JT W. H. JOHNSON, Proprietor. OFFICE. Xo. 60 Santa Fe Avenue, nearly o poaitc Mm). John W. Ifarrks' Ileal LVtate ofliee. - I fi ! V . B - - Business Strcctovi). ATTORNEYS AT LAW. . SNCAO A HOBCKINSON, ATTOKXET-S AT LAW, Saltna.JUnsM. HENRY LOCAN, ATTOUXEY AT LAW. saUna, 'Kanvu. Onice oto JeU & Co.'ff bank. F. A WILDMAN, ATTOHNEY VT LAW. Office, Xo. Ss seientli at. salitm, Kan.-t,. JOHN FOSTER, ATTOKXLY AND COirxSELOi: AT LAW, urcrUtis' ItJiiL. Oilier MOHLER . CARVER, . ATTOltXK YS AT LAW. oSice on Iron A e. , esst of the iiostonlce, salina, Hansi. M. D. SAMPSON,...

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 1872

THE WEEKLY. JOURNAL THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1872. Union Republican Ticket. For PrasMant: ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. Per Vie President: HENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. Tf leFIEtStt CKXTT. We do not wish to bo understood as dictating to the good people oi the coun ty on our south, McPherson, their action on the railroad proposition submitted to them on the 8th instant, but to be true to themselves and their best interests they should give it a rousing majority. After scanning closely the notice of the election, wo believe, judging from what we know of the county and her towns, that no more equitable or fair proposi tionone calculated to do the largest number of people the greatest benefit or ...r.nmmni!ltR tllO "rCalCSt IlUmDCr Ofl miles can be submitted by the county. Tin- road will strike the several towns, tarnishing the people with depots atrea- honable points. x No other county has more natural ad vii.imi.os li:m McPherson. Her lands are the best, and no county in Kansas possesses...

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 1872

; -C M THE WEEKLY JOURNAL THUKSIJAY, JUNE 20, 1872. Local BrovltlM. Saa)BKr'ia oat iu ber gayest aUIre. We tlmostsnuffthesweetscentof new-mown hay. Perch are caught in large numbers ou the Mulberry, i - There are only four resident colored men in Saline county. P. Are we to have a Grant and Wilson club in Salina this year? Still the painters and grainers are crowjjed with work. Several families of Swede immigrants have lately arrived in town. Dogs should be ornamented with wire jewel ry on their .nasal appendage;. The increasing number of handsome turnouts on our streets is very noticeable. W.P.Thacherhasbcen down to Lawrence and Kansas City Feeing' sights." Several Salina orators are to operate in the rural districts hereabout on the Fourth. Leave your orders for ice at Wittmanu's rcs turantandit will be delivered to you every morning. A side walk is to be put down on Iron avenue through to Ninth street. It is to be four feet wide. "- - Choice winter wheat flour is sold by W. M. Ci...

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 1872

m GEIEML mtHUUTMN. Iowa has two thousand square miles of coai neids. Extensive lead mines are being open ed in Utah, i There arc said to have been 92G earth quakes since the year 1800, Extra rich ore has been reached in the Yellow Jacket Mine, Nevada, that aa says.HOO'per ton. On the 4th of May the Sutro Tunnel, Nov., was in a distance of 2,862 icet, vith the ground in the face of the tun nel still very hard. There have been shipped from Salt Lake City during the past year,- 2,370 tons of silver bullion, and 10;800 tons of ores. The Chinamen in New York City are becoming civilized rapidlj-. They are frequently seen in the German beer sa loons, quaffing lager with more than Teutonic gusto. There is a wine cask in the. collars of Kelly's Island (Ohio) Wine 'Company that contains over 7,000 gallons of wine. It was carried to the Island from San dusky in sections. But little is heard of Nevada Territo ry, but it is stated that Jthc gold yields of Nevada County, alone has been 85, 000,00...

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 1872

the Saline County Journal BOOK AND JOB Printing Establishment The Saline County Journal arai SALINA,, KANSAS. se'JL vto- W. H. JOHNSON, rrWtr. mam MwjF P Vif AlK w WvW ' j PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, CARDS, BILL UK ADS, ETC. ETC. ETC. .cnfrop- eomce. J is:. r I. -. -t Vv TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ftBOW.jai". 3 00 113 OacCOpr.thrtci 75. Busmrss Sircctorn. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 8NEAD HODCKINSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Sauna. Kansas. HENRY LOGAN, ATTORMET AT LAW, Sallna, lum. Office orei OriaACo.'abaa. F. A. WILDMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ofllce, So. 38 Seventh St. SaUna, Kami. JOHN FOSTER, ATTORXET AND COIT.N3&XOK AT LAW, Offlee, orcrUcM teak. MOHLIR A. CASVEN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Ofllce on Iron An. , rut of the pMtotJc, Sauna, Kansas. M. D. SAMPSON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office with F. A. Wddnian, SeTtnth street. LOWE HILLER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW., So. 1 Santa Ft Alt., Sa Iiaa, Kanass. u. a. towa. c. a. nmxn. JMO.fi. SPIVEY. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Saliu, Kansas. WU1 attend J-rumiitl yto all legal buaiues entrusted to 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. — 27 June 1872

THE WEEKLY JOURNAL SScalizx,: THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1872. Union Republican Ticket. Far President; ULYSSKS s. grant, Or ILLINOIS. For Vice President: HENRY WILSON, Or MASSACHUSETTS. ntsricrs m me thwest. It is frequently ascrtcd by the nows- paper-,that Kansas is to lead all tho States in miles of railroad, fifteen years nen a complete net work of steel will cover the entire face of her territory. West ern Kansas, in less than five years, will have several thoroughfares which must necessarily make some large cities with in bcr limits. The Republican, Solomon and Saline rivers, tho valleys of which are not surpassed in any State for fertil ity, roust necessarily have each a rail road. Cross lines will intercept their main lines and at tho various points of interception there will spring up large and flourishing towns. Such places as Minneapolis and Beloit on the Solomon; Jmcoln Center on the Saline, which are now county scats, and arc already grow- in" rapidly, stand considerable chance ...

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 1872

yt - i - r l LV, , . .'i "M . t. ..,' . THE -WEEKLY JOURNAL. THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1872. Mr. Henry OltnuuMSrms ns that bride bit been ordered forUieMethodist church and that woi k upon turfmildmg will be proceeded with next wvek.me lias just burned a kiln or one hundred and ten thousand brick awl intends to bum four btiudn.il thou and more this season. Hereafter tin; postage on circulars, newspa pers and other traiiiciit printed matter, which under the old law was two cents for every four ounce; or less, is now ouu cent. for every two ounces or less. Small circulars, which form erly cost two cents to mail, can now be sent for one cent. The cliaoge lias already taken place. We areTiidebted to A. . Doolittle, Uriah Pratherand Wm. L. Gillmore, of Lincoln coun ty, for visits this week. All were much elated in spirit and brought encouraging reports of good times up there. Doolittle, iu his usually gushing style, said to us," We can beat you on crops." All wc have to ssy is, that they must b...

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 1872

vi taw B. Fair. BOOK DW1WOLB BE5TZS THE MOTIOX IO& A CBAMOZ OF VEICI. Mra. Fair appeared in court early yes terday. Sho was looking pale and worn, but seemed in unusually good spirits. She was escorted to a seat between her counsel, and at once entered into an ani mated conversation with Mr. Curtis. Sho wore a magnificent black walking suit, elaborately trimmed with silk fringe and satin pinking, laid n in rows and fastened with small satin buttons. Her hat was a black straw, very fine, and handsomely trimmed with jet and spray, the'wholo Ming covered with a black il lusion veil, thrown over the face and caught behind with an elegant jet pin. Black kid gloves and a pair of jet brace lets completed her entire. TBP BOHXMIAM. She laughed and chatted gaily with bar rnnnael. and toyed with her little black fan in the easiest and most grace ful way. A wandering Bohemian who strolled into the court room, and direct ly in front of hea, received a graceful hnnrnf reMxrnition and a pleasa...

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 1872

STTTas' TJKe T -Sr "QS?0C'4fc5C The Valine CoiM iL-i The SaliieCoflMt j Journal BOOK AND JOB u ruBusuaoxvnrMMOAT at SALINA, KANSAS. OKFICE. Xo. DO Santa Fe Avenue, nearly op ussita MaJ. John W. Berks' Ileal Estate office. Ci. TKHSS OP SUBSCRIPTION : Printing EiUUishmcni PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, CARDS, BILL HEARS. ETC.KTG.irrC. Volume 2. SAUNA, KANSAS, JULY 4, 1872. Number 21. One liWi one year One Copy, six month One Cop, three months, $3 00 IS T5 Eucato la NWt stjlasraV, art 1 whfe itsmKwzttiannixenatG' (iinttitri mmmi iKB -'tHans imAa. 'BawLvasamsTAv smf H sbsb ifssarVhY ibstybV. I VI a Bustnrss Sircctorg. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. SaUna. Kansas. HENRY LOOAM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, saUna, Euiai. Gels A Co. 'shank. Office otci r. A. WILOMAN," ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, No. t Sertoli St. Salina, Kua. JOHN FOSTER, ATTOUKEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, Office, aver dels Unit. ' ' ' ' " M MOHLER A. OARVER. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office on Iron Ave. , cut of In uoiloniee, salina, Kauai. M. D. 8AMPSO...

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 1872

THE-WEEKLY JOURNAL THUBSDAY, JULY 4, 1872. Union Republican Ticket. For PrMMcntt . , , ULYSSES S. GRANT, or" Illinois. Per Vie Prasldent: HENRY WILSON. OF MASSACHUSETTS. 8TUEI WIIU TU IMS IS MT! ) Salina is claimed to have advantages over any other town in Central and Wes tern Kansas for a railroad center. Situ atcd near tho confluence of the; Saline and Smoky hill rivers, surrounded, in. ever- direction by prairies which are well settled with people"; already a city of fifteen hundred souls, containing a Jorge number oi business houses .and draitnVg'.a-largc'trade from many miles around her, and at least fifty miles from any city of importance, there is no rea son in the world why Salina should not be made what is-commonly tormed, "'A railroad town." She has these rare ad vantages. Are they to be made use of? With ulftucsc advantages she can never evpcot to attain an "Indianapolis" rep utation except by utcnuous efforts on the Vart of her citizens. To be sure she has already made l...

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 1872

. fc -v 1-2. m tn: Ifi- i V r f : V V jr" V . , '( D I'S THE WEEKLY JOURNAL: THURSDAY, JULY 4,, 1872. Local Brevities-. The court house park is a beauty. iv Cheap flmworks at.F. O. Llndgren's. Times are"" ptcting up." Trade I better. Ed. Smith is clerking again at II. F. Wool ley's. Thealina baud started for Lincoln Center yesterday. -- Save money by buyiug town flour or XV. 3i. OarVson. Dry weather croakers now haye nothing to talk about. Keioembcr Price's great auction, which comes off next Saturday. The taxable property of Smoky Ilili town ship will foot uj not far from $1,000,000. "T "Wasted. Two servant girls, at once, at the Pacific House. Liberal wages will be paid. It is time a Grant and Wilson club was be ing formed. J. K. Longaker has beeu quite sick, but is getting much better. Hurrah for Hurrah: The Fourth of July somes but once a year ! Politics -havp not become a very exciting themeTif conversation yet. F. Barncck and Willis Kesler will open their respective saloons ne...

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 1872

ftv tFromaBeriewlntbcifir TortSm. CbmcccmM lunvt U Bake a lenM Be ptrter tM lnak fcr Mr When I first became familiar with the internal arrangements of tho Herald, the personnel of the establishment consisted of Thomas P. Kcttell, who wrote the monev articles. forSwhich Bennett .ob tained all tho credit; William H. Attree, the police and city reporter ; a little jew named Lcc, wtio attended the courts and fnrniahed the leeal intelligence, and Frederick Hudson, who collected the .h'te.. itTatroll'wo.a tlin TuRfc flnaa- oial editor of his dav. lie was carefal in bin facts, had a thorough knowledge of the subjects he was called upon to dis ctjLwtwrota inTah accurate afedjpre dsestyfet His financial arlicfei conati infAdnua nt the moat imDortantfcafcares of the" paper. He was the originator of I the money column, which no paper 01 any pretensions is now without. Attree was an Incorrigible reprobate, roll nf a. certain kind, and an admirable reporter. That is, he had the faculty of taming...

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 1872

i w MPmB J 'm. -- . r-v-v .,; r --"- TfcSali.TiiiirJ.iif-l TTT .jutW nsM -5 ia.tr P - miaoj;i - t' - i-:io "st-; vt -r va jTfe'MciVJiiijb !.. IV AA" BlBfiUiUlU. ,--1 ... -rfHr. 3 "to r -i: ,--. c- J. a-r-rwr I TCBUsHED E VZXY THURSDAY AT '-caff. S& HTt t? 'jo o BOOK. AND JOB L-X SALlNAj KANSAS. 11 :ft A' W- H.JOHNSON, Proprietor. rFl(K v n Santa Fe Arrow, nearlr on I'AMPHLKTS,' CIRCCLAKS, OAKDS, BILL HEADS, KTC.Jnrc.ET,:. S2iA.4l mnos ftns-i I-oaiu Maj. John W. Brrka' Ural Ertate offlcr. A i m9pwcKirrioxv. Volume;. SALINA, KANSAS, JULY 11, 1872. Number 22, ,CI(-oiy,-nr ycT,.r-.;.......j. -j? Onr Copy, six month I 23 --itrr es OsaCop), Uuer month,. X ? r A tt -.tit"' IJ 'r..Vv JSBC5 131. '" l. "" ' ' '"-"- - I, Mini ' - rT-iil-iiwmwwnrM -- f . w.iM,.i, i. i-'!'' nmnainm. .-..m rn 1- - 1 ,. a-. -i.. ii..ifhi BBinMMaaBHBMBaBiiaaiBaBaaBaBaBMBaBaaBVBaMabMBi -- baMf ' - - J n ffMfjM yVA: C32: YK nttC 90tftt(rU IH H T HI1 v9JuEr' f aamAvF a"11 7 .r ft r LI: i v.Vft s M 'l A v l -, M '....

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 1872

- -I -. -I -r - 2 . , s. . v . - - ; - i - v - fiaa"SHaaa?afS""--?-jHHHaBss-Bja- THE WEEKLY JOURNAL TUURSDAY; JULY 11, 1872. Unton MepKoZtcmn Ticket. ' far PrwWtnti ULYSSES S. GRANT, OP 1X113018. rQt VM t-TaSjafttt i HENRY WILSON, or MMMowam. lltWUlLI MATS WIIUW). A Bi lilhisn Slate rwTirtfai n I tn fat muntmmimmi limit wltmomem. and n State CsCmiCMMafe,wathcbaMat Taixks, Wednes day, SrateaabereJa. atlt o'clock, Boaa. A-steaaattean Mi ConrentioB to nominate am-b-r. or Mmi Md notdeatel electors will be arid atLawrewx, Wednesdrj-, Septe-nbertth. atUo'clock, 1hr -pohUcaa Totm of Tfs-isna are iantroeted to jmcmtiUt their --an-earatatlrc district oa Thorsdsy , Asa-sat tats, and elect two delegate and wo aKcraatas t-iaW eoarcatioa at Topeka, and two ddccatra aad twa-Mei-aatea to the eoBTestion at Lawrence. BronleroftfcrfltatoCcatnlCoimnttfe. D. K. ANTHOXT. JOSCI A. JBaxTVf sec. jnvi AT AUOMU. . Tho Democracy) in their national con veatioa at Baltimore, yesterday did what has been almost f...

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 1872

'3&s" fj-'-C I-- y rt : P ; N r- .. v- - -s HEWHEKLT JOURNAL THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1872. I PfwTVllMB. lin rhiiiM fnim iT" TBeRrattBUHdoflf-tathe Foaaeroy qoea tiea aad It as aeatzal oa that at eittytbiag dte. -. A Mat aai tatty oae-toTyBlldbig with cot tage net; laWaf- craefed by km oae near the SaBaa depot. Frank Goodaow kadoralng hi Dew rett daace wttk'BeaatUUwladow bands, which greaUy impravt Ha aaawaraacc. '-J'V Why don't yon aanrer ow question, BenXd hub, and tell us whether yon will support that nan of eUdag corrupUoo, called Poateroy. I .We kant-frost Mr. Wat-Goad thattbey bare bad a tplemMd bqbb Jffftu thh gar,- arid that crop, partkkrly can and cotton, were never better. The doctors', 'lawyer and county officials that daily barrangue the board of commission er in the interest of their re.qectlve bills is rarpridbg.--' -" The first that we have ever learned that sup porting Clark was a practical Indorsement of Petaeroy. The Bermld aaan mutt have been "better verse In Clark ...

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 1872

Ci-f- A. -1 ft 1J iJ9 , ..' r "" -" vioV' i i --- x-. t' L.P- f SA-ifc J" ' jfa! i--; r L?,.i SB? -The colcttof cIotinciB.by,n9rn8 a ..matter of iridiffcreifcb. Whlfo' " and , light-colored clothes -reflcctFtbe Tjeatj -while blackliJdirkdgnia orietai: sorb it. WhftcTsTtfio comfortable and " fashionable eoler for clothing in sum mer. Itj-cflecU hc.it wcll and presents -tho sun'n rays from passing through ami heating IhVboily. If white is the best color for summer, it docs not follow .that black is tho'bcsi'foi,' winter. - It must be remembered that blackj-a-diateheawith great rapidity.-Cive a -roatfof wKfto paint to a black 'stcamfa diator, which is capable of rendering a room comfortably warm at all times, and tho temperature will full at once, though thgtjBtrollubing?ageBcy fe'aaui Tthe same asbclorcA black garment robs the. Jwly jtif a larger amoant of heat than white, and consequently the latter color is the best for winter garments. It is the best color for both summer and yuDiu...

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