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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 18 July 1872

1 i V kif "t I i p v.- K. ,t u fr ' v y f "l r . . -nrnnimr. TAIffilLLT- r: 'i m iiJinMc -WLt'.i"Ls J " ---' .,&, ---'I- BiuWWM9D(rectotg. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ' : ix9 HEAD HOOGKIMON,- ATT0ENET8 AT LAW. Salina, Kmu. HENRY LOOAM, ATTORNEY "AT LAW, 8iBa. &. orei UbtU.'lbuk. F. A. WILDMAW, ATTORNEY ATUkW. Oatoe, No. 8 Seventh St. JOHN FOSTER, ATTOKNET ANU COUNSELOR AT LAW, Office, RtVdt' bank. MOHLER A. CARVER. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office on Iron Ara. , cut of lb postottce, sauna, mum. M. D. SAMPSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office with F. A. Wildman, Bs-raath street. LOWE MILLER.. , ATTORNETS AT LAW., No. W HuttFtAn., 8s- . u. Lowa. c. a. iiiixu. JNO.C.8PIVEY. Mnnvyv ah t ur ci:-.. '..-.. st-iti -,.mI prusupt ly to all Irgal biu-luess entrusted to biw inAaline au ue mmvuuag couaum. A.J. INCERSOLL. ATrOKSEY AND O ltrNKUilt AT LAW. Office ill Cwutj UulUUnx, JIlnfail. Kaiuu. Will mciicr B um owuunul iickiiuuu. suliur, tjuawaauu ui. rirrswiAxs. J. W. CROWLEY, M. D., ILATE SUUULO.N 75 MO. VOL. l...

Publication Title: Saline County Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saline County journal. — 18 July 1872

-Vs-v . 2-i,fM i-.VS . ' ' -i w VT t ? y ,' ' - ;? i?- Vaw e PMMMH . -. I THE WEEKLY JOURNAL. "i- - TT - - .. 4- V- THUBSDAY,.JUET 18, 1872. Union Republican Ticket. " Far President; .ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. " For Vice President: HENRY WILSON, " OF MASSACHUSETTS. aSNaUCilt STATE i?ITBSTJeS. A KrpabUcaa State CooTrntibn to nominate candi dates forgoTeraorand other atate oSem, and a State Central Committee. wU be held at Topeka, Wednes day, September 4th, at o'clock, noon. A Republican State Contentloa to nominate m-m-ben of congress and -presidential elector wiU be held at Lawrence, Wednesday, Sei3bern, ai is ocwca, aoan. The Bepnbkcan voters of Kansas are instructed to assemble in thehr representative dlstnets on l nursoay , Attftut Sth, and elect two delegates and two alternates to the convention at Topeka, and two delegates and 4 wo alternates to the convention at Lawrence. By order of the State Central Committee. D. . ANTIIOJfY. Jobs A. Xurrcc, Chairman. 8ee temper. Cst na...

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. — 18 July 1872

Lr-ssf i f it.- IT Pi Kk Iff. fc V s a L' JC 4 u . s lv RTy . - r TBEWEEKLY-JQgRyAL THURSDAY, JULY 18, 187& Laeal ImWN. "The Baa in the raooo " is ftrong these nights. Wells' tobmcco house Is full of business and hjf cigars are the best made. Jfr. Chi. E. Faultier, county treasurer elect, filed his bond and was Installed this forenooi Aflne rain Sunday audanother'comlngdown at this writing ( tVednes day, is our weather re port. Fanners and others rail obtain any kind of agricultural implements and hardware atC. W. Tressin's. Willis Kesler opened his new billiard hall yesterday, and it Is a beauty nothing out of its place. . AC The City Hotel is to be re-opened shortly, with Mr. Taylor Miller, now of the Western House, as proprietor. David Fontious, one of the best men of Lln dvln Center, cave us a call Tuesday. Onr ef- fection for him is strong. Lincoln Center is 'blooming with crop, The next social of the M. E. Church will be held at the residence of Mr. C. Eberhardt, on next M...

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 July 1872

'iTT? iC-" ' V " - -i ---".T, -- --"s mp ,u,,-- awe"e"S.a MiM..MeBa M. V " . a. v - J ". ?& &?- - awaasaabaa i i a i.l n- i mm i 1 1 j " 3rfZZ:- s-aaaaeaaai "- mmimmma in i 1 1 I mai ' , ,y T-r.vrf i'.vtf.- '- -.- " m Ttwamme Catiiag. ifi f - a mA - a asaua ja. avv. - in Ammw's joom- HAl Instead of the 7th of October,- it ts the 7th day of November, that Foe died. Instead of brain fever, his disease was mania mpctu, or, in plainer -worts, dHrium tremens. The trae story is this : On the 1st day of November, 1849Dr. J. E. Snodgrass, of Baltimore, received a letter from a nriatar named Walker: statins that a man fifttng Poe's name, and to be acquaint- '' ' M- U.. ... 1 ,.. ,a CU win WW, wo uiuii i)ivgugjjci in Lombard street, Baltimore, in an evi dent state of destitution, and so far gone by intoxication as to be entirely helpless. Dr. Saodgrass repaired to the tavern, which was owned by Cooth & Sergeant, and found the story communicated to nun by Walker to be only too true...

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 July 1872

fmm .V '. s 1 b $ f LV vy.. s 'J' L i- . , 1 A1 h i'V H t e-l ;v LS" rrjr'. - --- t -72 i?.T v-w-' iVat'?Tr wAn""--; MEADAHODOKHMON, ATTOKSKY8 AT LAW. fldiu. Kntu. HENIIY LOCAM, ATTOKSET AT LAW, Sdloa, GcU AMo.'t tank. .. -. WILBMAH. M "- ATTOSXKT AT LAW. OMee, So. W Seresth St. nun COtTEB. ARgranr and codxsklob ax law,, ooe MOHLCR A OARVER, ATTOHXKT8 AT LAW. Office ua Iron Are. , tMt of Ike pottoMee, Mluu. jujuu. M. D. SAMPSON. ATTOKXKT AT LAW. OMce Willi F. A. Wildman, sraaUiatRcC. . LOWE A KILLER, ATTOKXITS AT LAW., No. M 8M Te An., Sm Uf Km-, i O. O. U9WK. c. A JNO.CSPIVEY, ATTORKET AT LAW, MUna. Kuw. WIU -ixl pnMqillr to all legal Uuincu uunutcd to Uim In aaliite and lae wotniag euuntioi. A.J.INCERSOLL, ATTOSNET AND COOsELOU AT LAW. Offlce in Camatr Boildinr. Mia.ouolis. kuMi. Will iinctioe a tha eonaUeaurUKAiiuvn, Aaline, UUavaa IWI iUuud. PHYSICIANS. 4. W. CROWLEY. M. D., lLATE8DKUEUN7t MO. VOL. CAV.) OBce, No. MUght .St., Kalioa. luuuaa. J.W.JENNEY.M.D., , HOXKOPATUIClUVfeKl...

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 July 1872

" I Visr :'v5 i THE WEEKLY JOURNAL TIIUBSDA.Y; JULY 25, 1872. VkfoM Republican Ticket. Fr rasiajnt: ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. - ' Far Vie FrBslefsnt: HENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. For Congress: COL. WM. A. PHILWPS, of Salina, Subject to the action of Ibt Bepnbliean State Con Tcntion. UHlUCiff STAK OMTEITOX. . A Briiablieaa State ConTentlon In nominate eandi ... (Jr governor and other state officers, and a Bute Central Committee, wiH be held at Topeka, Wednea- day, 'September sth, at o'clock, aonn. A Bepnbliean State ConTenlion to numinate mm-b-r. of congress and presidential electors will be held atLswreaee, Wednesdsy. September h. atUo'dock, The Reaablicaa voters of Kansas are instructed to assemble ia their representative districts on Thnrsday , . Aagrut Wli, and elect two delegates and two alternates to Use convention at Toiieka. and two delegates and two alternates to the convention at Lawrence. By urder of the State Cent al Committee. D. K. ANTHOXT, Joire A. Xabtix, Cbat...

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 July 1872

;,z: .. -r. ?:& -tst-wj 5. ,i-c .." lyTH J P, IUI I J 1 IWIL I nail J ,J T TF-WWII I I L n I1L 1 "SSaWeiUi 1 . I BWP ' -' 't"-'Vt-f 5-i'&to4. 'kitf-Vis?S: :: 'S-Lroc?- s?Twacr J1" -'i ' vT?r -.-- , ,-"- "' ' ..-r- TArc r &. - aiKST-SSS' sT ss-nrv - " J - -, "X.. - &.Z&Zi!Jfj a. &ifcjAvj)eiii X -"' '-" "- jv - - -w .S r- ,. - - . - - . - . -t-..-. . : , ' r-l 3. - V !l? IN I". 4.' 1- Hi fo 9 i i I! w Eh 'V K ' w. ro v 3 w I) lW ;f X M iw v flBHMHeBsaasaaBqsBBs TMWEEKLTJODRNAfe- 'k THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1872. ,! Laeal atoavMaa. (astsllanwAs ltknlnbur. The crop are growing All badness men are ringlsj happy. Herenl &rmen have banted thdr raspend- "- ffsasaaa beat the world for babies, buffaloes, oorajprtaloes ant! every thing. Trade in town is increasing and at the pres ' eat rate will shortly be considered good. Dave Brown is helping Johnny Doyle to run tbe"Seuate" saloon. , - t Johnny Byan has a new bar-tender, who is Tery much or a gentlemen. ". Jt The Herald...

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. — 25 July 1872

:fl lA?,Hr4!!?-v,rv ?-.rr M A y W -S J Vvf -.. -r jt- r V"' --- 'J---rrr in' i-aai -t nTn - - ----- - '-- '- ' -T - " -- -J vr r- vs AV if ff & -sf. ryypF jysa t c:,' - fc - - A IctvUm tU Jhfflwtf T7 -!' - Iteilg aiixioBS'to. see Berberdojaest- -m, jtist as it is, V,anMijlto be re- "-pbrted that I wished to bay a slave. There -were bo public markets, so I be- monnaintefTvitli a fivrian merchant who had beea one month a resident rof . Berber. Of coarse I can sell yon a slave, said be in French. Where are they ? " ThaiaerchaBt was seated in his store, -the most elegant In town,' drinking a sherbet and smoking a chibook. He mM to .accomnanv mo. The counter loafecs-had in the meantime gathered from all the other shops in the- bazar, and TiH. Muzroee. oncned a fire of complaints against the government. I listened pa tiently to the story of their woes op pressive taxation, police restraint, high interests, no money, flat trade with on ly that importance which a person can assume who h...

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. — 1 August 1872

33 r'-i-r-t' ? ? Z. i.- T"-"U",' l" t '-ft; 7 F7 UO kV, 1 fc. rs Kl r 1 K I' r v E'v r h i) V t. fr i-W I vr L I?. IVY ? FV a I ;5 H L. . ISusmrssStwctots. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. SNEAD HODCKINSON, ATTOKXKYSAT LAW. Salina. Kansas. HENRY LOCAH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Salloa, Kansas. Office OTel UtisstUo.'s '" F. A. WILDMAN, ATTOKXEY AT LAW. Office, So. 38 SeTenlh St. dalloa, Kansas. JOHN FOSTER, ATTOBXEr AXD COUXSELOlt AT LAW, Office, orerUels' bank. MOHLER A. CARVER, ATTOBXEYS AT LAW. Office on Iron Ave. , rut of toe postoBScr, Saliua. Kansas. M. D. SAMPSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office with '. A. WiUlman, Seventh street. LOWE HILLER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW., Xo. SKS santa re Ave., Sa liua, Kaunas. .. U. LOWE. C. X. IIIUJlU. JMO.C.SIVCY. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Salina, Kansas. Will attwsl .nm.!)y to all lrgal liisim-s mtnistnl tu uiiu ill saline a&u me .itu-iining coumits. A. J. INCEMOLL. Arrr.ivt.v AVi.i il'x-.t:f.f ME ATI.lW. OSice in Coonty Ouil'Iiux, Jliiu.ipolls, Kansas. Will practice a tke counties of ...

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. — 1 August 1872

,' - THE WEEKLY JOURNAL. Sn11na rrnTtmim. j THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1872. Villon Republican Ticket. For President: TTTWSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President: HENRY 'WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. For Congress: VTiL A. PHILLIPS, of Salina, COL. SoWrrttoUaAonheEcpnUlcwSlmtcCoii. BKMTIUCA5 STATE ceSTEXTWX. A BrpuMiMn SUte Convention to nomiiuU canii drtesfirgoTcnioralothtrEUUofflcer, mnd m, 5Ute Central Committee, will be held Topek, W dne day.Sewtemberlth, at: J o'clock, noon. A nepnblican State Convention to "omtaiie m-m-ber. of congre rf PriItUl electors will -.MM ttawrcnce, WednJalnj, September th, atKo clock, noon. , . . . . TheIMublin voters or Kkims are instruct to ww.mbleintl.eirrei.rfsenUtivedi.tricUionTbaredaj-, Vujut Mb, and elect two delegates and two alternate to the convention at Topcta, and two delegates and twa!trrnate to the convention at lawrence. liT order of the state CnU3laiuoyYf Joitt A. 3Uims. ' " CtauWn. Sec pro temxre. txt THEM OFF. Wc arc glad to know that tli...

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. — 1 August 1872

-- 14S 'I , -m ' H I ! I - 1- K'-V i-i X v. - n -: THE WEEKLY JOUWAL THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1872. Local BreW- More sultry nights than ever before. A rait many plums In tbe market this year E. D.'MoMey fepractfclng law at Minneapo lis. The city is putting in a cross-walk at the foot of Santa Fe. The family of A.G. Post Is now at Ricli bmhh), Indiana. T. F. Garrer's new residence on the " east side " is about completed. " t Bebee's addition will soon be a desirable part of the town for residences. M. D. Sampson, the junior of this paper, re turned last Saturday evening. The train is two hours late again. A smash up nearIanhattan. Xo one injured. E. C. Dyer, a former resident of Salina, died last week at Lawrence of consumption.- X Mr. D.Dare,Ji late citizen of Salina, hangs out his stnrg at Beloit and deals in furniture. Tbe wife of Bobert Anderson left this morn ing for a visit to lllinoU, during the EummctrX) There is but little rickness anioug our peo ple, notwithstanding the intensel...

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. — 1 August 1872

"K"' wra . em- mri -rr- c ea.-X'E.JalHntM'te-final - AtCharloUesvillTceido.Jndgo Wm. S. Kobinson, a prominent lawyer, tormeri member ot the Virginia Uonrtrap pcals, and in olden times adiUcian of eminence. IIe was included in the last amnesty bill passed by .Congress. Hois the leader of the anti-Greeley movement in the conservative party of tho State. In his wako follow' suebmen as Colonel Mosbv, John W. Jackson, of Fluvanna. Joen Harmes Gilmer, of Bichmond, ex Governor Henry A. Wise, and others. not too numerous to mention, but of equal prominence. Of these gentlemen, Messrs. Mosby, Jackson and Gilmer may bo counted on as ardent supporters of tho lirant ana Wilson ticket. They will not only vote for it, but work for it, but will doubtless carry a sufficient number of their friends with them to make a significant mark in the final result. Judge Robinson's policy, however, is of the passive character. 1 am not at lib erty to tell you tho details of the pro gramme in its entirely, but...

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. — 8 August 1872

X lj'.- -- 1 BuBCS,3Bircdoig.' '- 1 v !: Il I! . i ll- P . r P ty ?. ' 1 7 ' P ATTORNEYS AT LAW. SNEA4M)oieKHIMII. ATTORSEY8 AT LAW. 8lia. Kansaa. HENRY LOOAH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SmUm. !; ecu &:' i-r f-f 5? O Umwr" OBee ovei sr a WILDMAM. ATTOBXET AT LAW. OMer, Xo. SS SeTenUt St. Salina, Kansas. " JdHFOST7 7 : ATTOESET AXP,COD5LWiAT LAW, Ofllee, oTcrUcii' tank. MOHLEITA. CARVER. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office on Iron Ave. , cut of flepWIOBin,l OHIHS !!. . M. D. SAMPSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office with F. A. Wildman, &cYcnUi street. -LOWE Jt HILLER," -., ATTORSEYBi AT LAW., Xo. S4Bat.ta.Fe Are.,- Sa lina, Kansas. U. U. LOWE. C. J-. IUIXIK. JNO.C.8PIVEY, "ATTORNEY AT LAW, salina, Kansas. WiU attrnJ pcumpUv to all legal business entrusted to bint In Saline anil the adjoining counties. . iHAeneAl ATTORNEY AND CUDXSELOU AT LAW. ..... lt.sll.lls.s- UI.AUIU.IIJ Iatlkt4 1 OOa. in County liuilclins. MlnSraiMlis, Kansas, n iu imcuw n the counties of DicJ-iusun, saline, Ottawa and Cloud. PHYSICIA...

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. — 8 August 1872

t THE WEEKtY JOURNAL L,J3CTTi THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1872- ZTftiVm Republican Ticket. ' Per President j ULYSSES S. GRANT, - ' or iiiisois. Par Vie President t .HENRY WILSON. Or MASSACHUSETTS. PerCengrees: COL. WJL A. PHILLIPS, of Saline, Subject to th action of the Bcpnbtican State Cob- . ration. uNiucift sitrt osjfcnwr.- ARrpabllcan 6tate Conrentlon to nominate candi date forgoTrraorand other state officer, and a State Oatral Committee. will be held at Tppeka, Wednes day, September 4th, at o'clock, noon. a n-mlitiru Slate Conventhnto nominate mra tier, of congress and presidential electors will be held at Lawnnee, Wednesday. Septeab; 4th. at 11 o'cMcK, ThrKep?bllcin Totersror Kaisas arejtostnieted to assemble in their representative districts on TbursdsT, August 2Mb, and elect two delegajes and two alternates to the conrtijn at.luueka, and two delegates and two alternates to the cunrention at Lawrence. Bxpaner'of the State Ceotial Conunittee. '' X V.U. ANTHONY, Jobs A. Kumr, m Oislrma...

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. — 8 August 1872

'V ' " 'r i"- " 1 y S v r . THE WEEKLY JOURNAL THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1872. Local BrsvKlM. Saatm Fe was little dusty yesterday. Branrffi)! eveningSjfortrolUi and rides. There taa scarcity of kelp among the turn- -PC r's iced tea Is very popular these hot Hon. Joel Maltby went East for a short trip TMidey evening. The sound of the mower and reaper Is heard In every direction. : Ber. G. W. Hays proposes to take a trip to the mountains soon. Let suspected canines be vaccinated with Bvckshot for hydrophobia. A brotherof E. W. Obcr, from Illinois,-has Deen In town several days. Sanson. Jn Sidewalk building ou Santa Fc avenue, just beyond Iron avenue, is progressing. Blue grass mixed with clover seed seems to take root in many of our front yards. The city is grading Santa Fc from Good- now's lumber yard to the railroad tiai.4"". The Journal sends greeting to W. S. Boggs, for the present of two fine water melons. The Episcopal church iaseceived a coat of punc, wnlcn already makes it appear qu...

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. — 8 August 1872

WVTV .-T"1 V-iTy &"-l !; -"- IC it Some timtaaeti&IoBgfiaiBdiTW?' rtapondent .oItheNew YorkJFbr?3 wrotS a vcrylngenlua story aboat a S10, 000 bet made atliOng-BraBckbetween George Wilkes, of the Spirit of the Times, and ex-Collcetor Murphy, of Xew Tork. The "correspondent distinctly averred ItufttPrcsidcnt Grant bad iulvi- ed Mr. ilurncy to make this bet, and that he, the President, Jiad advanced the 810.000 to MuTphvfor this purpose. The wager was that Giant would be elected over'Horaco Greeley. The spectaclo of ine jrrcsiueni 01 a great nuiiou veiling on his own election was so shockingly base that it would be rcgaded.as a speci men, , of. political depravity, unusual in ourannals. Of course the Xew York Tri bune, the personal organ of "the honest Horace Greeley, greemyr copied wis charge ; and since then, this sensational article has been going the rounds of all the Greeley and Democratic papers throughout the United States ; and no doubt thousands of voters have believed...

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. — 15 August 1872

&- - -.. - ? ? - 4 ;-r ? r V! V" ' r V 7. ,Y .v CHE - SAIIHE OOUHTY JOURNAL n wavuaamvtMX thcbsdat, At orncE.-Xo. ste f & iy wite. tbe Keal Estate ofliee of Xaj . -Jobs "' r TERMS OF SCaSCRIPTJOX : re. eaa J-. .'"""- $ - raur . aaa Tear. 00 IS One Coin", three montlu. ..,- v ADVEBTISIXG SATES : 1 Wni. 1 Mum. a Hon.- Mos u 1 Yfak. la-marc.. . .100 " "- KM lamm jot , 0 IMRIOK JlqURf.... 30 COO 10 1300 4aqnan... 400 TO) 1SW ltl i column., woo loot -eouj Siooo liW 9100 MW SO 03 8 j no 4caloniB....lf03 SOU) 35 00 50 01 1 column, .jnn SCO soot) 8)00 !( TKlght lines or lrs of "Nonpareil type constitute a SSJHSWC Doable column and all aiKertisemrnU oat of the nsusl tape will be charged fin ren per cent abure rates. Bills for rnroUr advertising will be collt-ctrd quar terlr. TThere for ales; period than three months par merit in adrance will be required. . Bra-atar adrertUernenU vdl be entulnl to be changed ssn.ia three rnonUiswUootitailditiunal cost. BenrardTtier'irUl m ehanred Dft....

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. — 15 August 1872

- we--" " I Ife. THE WEEKLY JOURNAL. THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1872. Union Republican Ticket, Far PraaMant. UJJYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President: HENRY WILSON. OF MASSACHUSETTS. ParCenptti: COL. WM. A. PHILLIPS, of Salina, Subject to the action of the BepuUican State Con- lEPCIUOUf STATE OMTHTItJf. v..Mien State Convention to nominate eandi dateforgwinorandothrrtateoeeri, and a State Central Committee, Will Be neia ax xv", - - day, September h, atao'eloek, noon. A KepabUean State Convention to nominate mem bers of congress and presidential electors will be held at Lawrence, Wednesdry, Septenberttli, at Uo'elock, noon. , , . . . The Bciiublican voters of Kansas are instructed to aMrmble in their representative districts on Tburadajr, August JMb, and elect two delegates and twoaltemates to the convention at Topeka, and two delegates and twoalternatea to Hie convention at Lawrence. Br order or the State Cential Committee. ' D. B. ASTHOST, Joint A. Martix, Chairman. Sec. o tern...

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. — 15 August 1872

k K i .-T -? " f ( 'r 'V, Ia THE WEEKLY JODRNAL THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1872. Laeal BravMM. Harvest dances are still going on. Topers and bouncers are quite thick now. 8ail-iak unanimous tor Col. Phillips for Con gress. E. IT. Ober has moved into his new resi dence. ""' -C Oar prospects for a ftee fall trade are flat tering. T. L. Bond has returned from a trip to the mountains. - Pv A martial band practices on our streets casionally. Tue buioky Hill river is raking etorms west. G. E. Beates, a Junction City politician, In town Saturday. The lawyers have plenty of "breathing pells" now days. Siberian c-ab-apples are in the market. They are of a superior quality. All should go to Bingquist & Hamlins' when they want clothing made. Sallna county will give Grant and Wilson seven hundred majority this fall. The Goddess ot the Xiglit shines brightly these evenings, when not obscured. Mr. Gregory, a heavy cattle dealer and a former resident of Salina, is in thecity. Dr. J. IF. Dally is 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. — 15 August 1872

yga "We remember! years ago, of having beard the following anecdot of 'Hogarth, .ssdnre deemihstitwill bear repeating: The celebrated artist was once applied to by an exceedingly wealthy, bnt very pe nurious, old nobleman, to paint the main hall of a new. mansion withja historical piece a style of embellishment much in vbgao among the aristocracy of the per iod. Hogarth' was opeirlo the position, aad was asked what he would charge to paint upon the walls of the hall a rcpre- sentation of tho Passage of the Children of Israel across the Bed Sea, pursued by Pharaoh and bis host The painter viewed the hall, and replied that he would do it for one hundred guieas. TDe miserly old nabob turned up bis nose in amazement at the enormous charge. He would give twenty gainers tor the worir: and that was more than he deemed it worth. Hogarth, as may well bo sup posed, was both vexed and mortified by this estimate of tho value of labor; but he nodded and held back his temper, and finally said if ...

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