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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 12 January 1882

BARBOUR GOUN NDEX VOL. II. MEDICINE LODGE, BAIlBOUlt CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1882. NO. 32. hp in IT " JLJLJ1JJ 11 ii v PERFECT TRUST. My boat I on th oren fc Which rtortn ant UMiiH"t to-, 1 know not of tt.f Ills t' inert lk-frfl 1 g t aero-tt. 1 lo not know how long or short The fitful voyage miy be: lint natlt-nt I'll aMuV Ills timo W'Lo built the hoat fi r n-. TN fully mannM In evi-ry part, llop U th anchor fair; The coropm that It has Is Falli, And every oar Is prayer. i-'omrtlmra I m-e fh breakers nigh, Th oroan nnullr roars, Hut all I ilo Is Imply this Ik-nd cIomt to the oars. At times the waves run Mountain Ugh Anl threaten me to tf ri;I : I fear not, for lie hold- them In The hollow of JIM hand. The fog at time ohscc.pM my course, 1 p th way hot tin. ; I5ut well I knw I ramnl lrlft lieyond the sight of lliin. 1 know not where the sho.ils may lie, Nr whern the wliirlixw W It Is vnnugh, ilMr l.rl. to feel That they aro known to Thee. And thns cf.nteut I elide alorc.'...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 12 January 1882

V THE IHsTIDIEIX. itiii!!:simy jan. V2.vt. rr.unnt m pi k ymk is ahvami: The Missouri I'd'-ilio railroad is to bo connected with tho Kansas City, Lawrcuco and Southern rail road at Ottawa, for tho transfer of freight. A medical gentleman has offer ed liuilcau $1,000 for Ins hodv altrr he lias been hunged. (iuiteau thinks his miserable carcass i worthf2,OOOj Tho Toieka Daily Democrat was reccntlv purchased by a etock company and tho name changed to tho Stato 1'rcs. Wo wish I ho j.apcr all tho success imaginable, as it is neat and newsy. Allison, of ibo Wellingtrminn, i never quito happy unless be has a first-cUsrt libel suit on hit hand. Wilson, county attorney of .Sumner, hai ued him for libel, claiming heavy damage?. J. A. UoberUon ha disposed of bis interest in tho Hunneweu in dependent to a gentleman by the name of Kowcrf. .loo Carter, the rustler, is to bo editor and pub lisher. A stage was stopped and robbed in Texas the other day, and the robbers proved to bo "young ladies." W...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 12 January 1882

MEDICINE LODUE, KANSAS Tlli;i:!AY, -'AN- 12. 1.-S1. LOCAL riEVS ITEMS. Notice to thone Intruding to TroTC Up on (Huge Ijind. r.cery iaaiTtaai in mm or isjmancae roan ty, who intra J to "prore up" will fi id it to their a4ranUr to call upon S. J. Shepler, Frobat Judge. He it the Mrn 9 vjvm m at V Ant (ShbI f per, and will gite fall information con ceroiwr lata land cfllce ruling!. Njw eabacnptione tapidlr pouring in. Galling card calling cardi, calling car J at thii office. Frank StreeW waa up to attend the ball On Monday freeing. W. W. Wood nu up horn Kiowa, on Monday of thin wf k. Sm Oienn and T. lUrton, of Ilarpcr, were in town Monday, II. II. Kithardi it off to K. 131 at City on a buainem trip thin wrk. Wichita it happy oace more jhe is R)iiU to have a toap factory. What plant reinindi you of a laddie bono? The canter lope of the desert. Dank Ward and family bare remored into the dwelling at.cno time occupied by Dame Kni. Uncle Peter iVttit ii running a feed ttble in Lm Vegu, Njw...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 12 January 1882

NOBLE OLD FURNITURE. A Peep Into a Depository of the Re mains of Titled House Fumish Ings Something Only to Be Seen in Part. larv n (r rn Letter, iliave lately been taken behind the scenes, so 10 epcaic, 01 a great uraiitu rt im moron nn1 tiatra tiOnn ahnWn VI lUUJ Ui I I Vl tftllV 111! I U W eome of tho Inner machinery of one of the great establishments ror tne saieoi second hand furniture, of which Paris can boast -some three or four, but scarcely any other so extensive or rre" sided over with so much taste and in telligence as ia the one I visited. The proprietor, M. Whirl, is a young man of alwut thirty, with pleasing and polished manners, and with a keener scent for anything artistic in his line of business than can be readily Imagined by those who do not know how complicated and extensive as well as artistic that business is. For the second hand furniture stores of I'aris that Is to say, these very large ones are simply wonderful in their way, and are unlike anything that is k...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 19 January 1882

BARBOUR COUNTY - INDi voi; ii. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1882. NO. 33. nrt I, H THE MIDNIGHT TRAIN. AcroM the dull nnl broolin2 night A Riant tile, with demon liKht Anl hrcntti of wreathinjr nmok: Around lilm whirl the reHins; plain, A ixl with a d.isli of frrlm dHdahi, Ho cl trvs the sundered rock. In lon'ly swamp the low wind stirs The Ix-Itof Mark funereal firs. That murder to th Rlcy, Till, ftUrtll hy Ms mad r.ireer. They neem to keep a hush of fear As If Um1 swept by. Through many a dark, wild In-art of heath, O'er boomlnir orl Ities, where beneath A mighty river krawU; Itv ruin, remnants of the, pa-t, lliHr Ivie.H trembling in the bla-t; Jly .singing w;itrfIU. The ulumb'rer on M nilent bed Turin to tho Ik'M M low ly head, Invented of in dream. I .nnir league? of gloom nr hurried o'er. Through tunnel nheatltes with iron roar, At.d nhrlll nlht-rei'.din; s ream. Pat hudilling liut. pa-t flying farma, J Ugh furnare flainen, who" crimson arms Are gr...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 19 January 1882

- .. THE IZLTHDIEX:. TIH'IJSDAY, IAN. 19, M. I AIIIIU'V, hlilur hihI 'rorl-lor. t t unnt ri ll YI..H I ADV.M CHEAP READING Il.d-N I !! X I IK If X Ihili X IluIcX nWx JimIi-x Inl Jnl. x I lll'X IlllfX Ift'.'X I rnUx fuN-x I ri'! x a til an'. uinl and Ulid utt. I ninl ninl i I it ii I :itnl Mil' I iiml tile I ttml Li-aynwnrth Times . . . . T.- W I'Ai'itil T.'l-!' UUde. lVirllnton lliwkfve ... K m- i Ciiy 1'iUy T'.ms K n. C.tv vVfi-kly Tiuici M IahiI i:. 'iMtc.w. . . . I. trt.it Kr' Pre .r k ton tli lli' trth . K i. l'A y ( 'kid. Indicator . t u r I v Nlgtit I'rili Kiirinvr. Nntlofi.il I'olici! (Intttt l ;..!.' I.inly' Book . . 1 l ink lli-'i. .MonlMy Nind tv mag 2 00 '2 (Ml 0 70 2 70 J V) 2 75 2 20 '2 ( 2 .VJ I ' :t Wichita is to have a union I.asencr ikM in the lrin. Tin I'hitLMl Slates Tension ollice for this district has teen removed to Tojifka. An unusually iieavy drive of hlecrs in predicted from lexus to western Kansas this season. Kauris will 10011 bo 21 years of age. J ho fcta...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 19 January 1882

MKDICINE LODUI, KANSAS Tiim:iAY. jan. n li. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Notice to thHi Intruding to Prorc V on 0d?r tand. L'rery indiTidual in this or C'jmanche roaotjr, who intend to "prove op" will H id it to their adrant.ia4 to call aron S. J.Shcplrr, Probata Judge. He U the lrop'r person to make out Goal praof pa icr, and will pre full information con crrnintr lata land t fflce rutins. M. L. Palmer it cmnjr hit home a new coat of paint. Thi mercury m ton dcKreu below 'ro On TurJy mnroirnr. In ome towns they cow call it "cold kraut" instead of foam. I5inin hu bon fiai'.'t aince the com mencement of the nw year. C. W. J a of tho Comaianche County Too!, wa in our riy lait H ttorday. Ir. KciM.r han a notice in another col nrno that may infert aom r.f you. It take juat three people to keep a e cret proper') but two ol the threo must to Ue.ul. A widow in Ltbctte county hai laried ii hubandt, and ia now fjtfuriotf on the tercnth victim. Women aro not crul ty nature. We never he.ir of one thought...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 19 January 1882

FARM NOTES. The habits of canker-worms are pe culiar. The miller that lays the ep;? for the worm commences coming out of the RTounl us soon as it Logins to thaw In the rrinjr, and Immediately crawls up the tree and lays its eggs in and on the buds, which hatch as soon as the treo begins to leaf, when its work begins. These millers are hard 1 ever seen in the daytime, and they never climb the trees except at night From a half to an hour after sundown they appear to pop out of the ground and start straight for the tree. The female has no wings and gets stuck in the tar or printer's ink that should be applied to the trunk of every tree, ana that Is the end of it. A Kentucky cow raised on the farm of Krastus Ellsworth, of Last Windsor Hill, has a remarkaUe record. April 16, lb"7, she give birth to twins, one male and one female; March 18, 1878, she gave birth to triplets, two males and one feinale, making live calves in eleven months and three days; July 1, l87'J, she give birth to twin...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 26 January 1882

ARBOUR GOU H VOL II. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1882. NO. 34. NTY DEATH. Out of the Borrow of Mu!nrs, loto th sunlight of B1npt, Into lh light of the Lltat; Out of m land very drrary. Out of the wot Id of the wr ary, Into tho raptures of rest. Out of to-day'4 tin and Borrow, Into a biNf ul to-morrow, Into a day wiilmut jclooin ; Out of a land nll'd with uliililn Land of the rirnd and Ihn dyini; Into a land without tomb. Out of a life of commotion, Tmpt swept oJt a.t tli nrcan. Dark with the wrwlt drlitlng o'cr Into a land r.t'111 and quirt: Never a itorm roni-th i.lgli It Never a wreck on lu shore. Out of the land In who btwers I'crlnh and fade all the tt iwerv- Out of tt e land of d cay Into the VAvn whre falsest Of flowtr. and uvui-tt an4 rarest, Never nhall wither away. Out of the world of the ailing. Thronc-d with aniruMi and walling; Out of the world of the sad, Info the world that rejoifes, World of brialit vision and voire, Into tht) w orld of ...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 26 January 1882

the insriDiEix:. THURSDAY, JAN. 10, 1SSJ. M. L. ftllt'UPY, ltllur jmm! I'roprirtor. Tntnni t ri.n ye.k i au ai r A largo number ot IJarperiteB were over to the Lodge Saturday and Sunday. Iilack-!eg is doiog considerable daraago among tho cattle in the icinity of Logan. The Democratic editors of Kan sas propose to have a conference at Topeka, February 2-'nI. D. A. McCanle?s has leased the 1'almer Ilwuse, and will at once take possessor!, ile is well known as a public caterer, and will un doubtedly build up a good busi neis. Siicce8lo yon, Mac. fc'evcry, in (Jreenwood county, has had a terrible small pox 6tare, and business has been almost en tirely suspended. Six people died of tho loathsomo disease, hut it war all confined to one house. Tho Kansas City Comerciil In cator conic out last week wi'h an eight page edition, reviewing the trade of Kansas City for the past year. It was an interesting number, and the managers Alegars. Simons A Ktue, deserve great credit for their enterprise....

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 26 January 1882

The iiltidieih:. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY. JAN. ?A 1U LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. 'otl- to (luxe Intending to Prove I'p on 0aire I.anri. twery in dividual in tbia or Cimanche rounty, who intendi to "prove op" will fi i d it to tbrir advanUg to call oron S. J.Shrr, Probata Jdda. He it the proper prron to make oat fioal prxf pa lrt, and will give full information con ferring 1st Wnd c(Uci rulinuk' J. V.. C'adJy coe up from tho r.uiKe this week. M. W. Ilranl wai up from the I ml i ad Territory this wek. Friend llopjwr, of Cruuche count, waa in the city the Brit of the week. The Irani of Mr. (Irav'S make iU fpearanc among our herd thia week, When Lank a Utowe uont-ady even the df pOKitor ia l.kely to loone bis bal ance. K iTicfr county hat orgmi. id a coal company, mJ will project for coal at one. One of our en-hang ) tnt a ti.OCO bull recently diwl mar IlMge (ty, of In mjje. No loei ha7 t'n rrporttu among the cattle la the north-wt-ntcrn po'tion ot the county. Lat Siurdjy buinea waa unnua...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 26 January 1882

FOR LADIES WHO TIPPLE. A Secret Drinking Resort Maintained In 8t. Lou5 Under Cover of a Bui. ness EtablihmentA Physician' Startling Revelation How tha In nocent 8uffer With the Guilty. I. Louis (iH)be Prni'irrat. "Dirsomanlit- is the polite alias for confirmed drunkrnrs, crnerally used when allusion Is made to an uncon trolaUe appetite for strong drink pos sessed ty a person of citlirr cox, who, by reason of wealth or high social con nections. Is by custom screened from the plain and Munt criticism visited upon an humbler brother and sister. In the latter cues "sot 'drunkard," or "alcoholism-are the terms usetl In con nection with the pious fish, or the sympathetic shako of the head. "What In one person society condems as a crime in the others is overlooked as an eccentricity or condoned as an affliction. That "dipiomania," if the expression is to b used, obtains largely in the very best circle of society, and that the appetite lias firm hold of many la dles of irreproachable charac...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 2 February 1882

BARBOUR COUNTY VOL II. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1882. NO. 35. r E NBEX. f GIVE THE CHILDREN LOVE. When the little on irMfir about you. At study, at work, or at ily. IlemrmrM-r thrlr necU and tlielr longing, Nor thouKhtl44ly turn thrni away ; A biowni4 look up for tl sunshine, lntlartlvn they turn onto you; Don't mem u re your lve (or the children, Kond mother, whatever you do. from doar lUtlo heart that ar trrowlnjj, Soft tendrils creep up Ilk a rlne: In their tteauty, their trace and their weakness, They mint hnre nome p!eo to entwine. Mull It ! on the irray rook -! sternness. That frown In tli Ir coldness above ? Nr, rather In iwe t, sunny plae, K'lvtroned with mother's fond love. Ik once at the fare of an orphan. Though fVd an t well clothed he mny b ; And you ml th abandon of childhood, The uplrlt that makes the child frrv? You ml the look tender and trustful, That beami In I he Innocnc faM When mm little one runs "to meet father," And prattles ...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 2 February 1882

LILIFF & COS COLUMN. P( ' BIRR W. W. COOK, TIIL'KSDAY, FEU. 2, 1SS2. II DM m 101(01 - L.ILIFF&CO. th II. ii Ilavo for Pale on rr.m team MX and seven vcars om, coo'i .Inter, mill rood S.1Mlo Hllfll- inals. Also one fpan of white marc?, extra pood roadsters six and eight years old. finn Min oi matched bay with Idazo laces, nix yearn old, Jtalf circle stock, Jerms private- We have nlotit eicht other nail dlo and driving horse for sale or WOUK CATTLI On yoke of work cattle, extra well broke, and in good shape. Trice SSO. HAY and FEKD. Fifty tons of millet hay with privilege of feeding on the prem ises which odjoine the city lira mils of Medicine Lodge. Also 10 tons of good prairie hay. We have about S00 bushels of good corn. 10O bushels of seed called gold en millet. One extra pood cow giving frr.m ihreo in four gallons per day. Price 15. Two oflico desks and four heat inp stoves. One Challenge feed mill. TIIKKE IJUUGIES. One pood open buggy, side springs with single Feat and po...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 2 February 1882

-JU l I L-LJ J UN JL- r" MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY. KKIl. 2, 1SS2. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Notice to thoc Intending to Trove Up on (Ndicr tand. Krery inliridual in thia or Comanche f-ounty, who intend to "prove up' will fiid it to their altantam to call upon S. J.JShcpIfr, Probate JaJe. He u the proper pfMoo to make out Coal proof pa prrs, and will give full information con cerning late hnl c fllce rnlinctt Why doth tho f'ti?e loin ruaw Improve racb thininir minute. Ari scratch let L-ad the livelong daj? IIjuum thfro'a million in it. We till hold the fort. We went to th editor and he wu tbar, by tliumlrr! L. W. Moore U oer to Wellington and Caldwell thi w k, on laninM. IUIct Kp; ron, ex tK? driver, wai ovfr to the IhIud l.vt S.tur by, Th it Jovial follow, Al. McMiIlian, from r.att county, h tct'n ia town for a week pint. Oa the 7tb day ct February the aever.il townships will elect a full ict of township ttFiccr. Never uMpue a man who wiara a pi per ihirt front. Hi may bavo no mother...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 2 February 1882

ALASKA'S WEALTH. California Merchants Looking to lt Fuller Development. SaS rrSBriarothromrlt. A mwtlnff of the chamber of com xnerce was helJ yesterday afternoon. rrealdent Wm.F. lUbcocK presiaing. In calling the meeting to order the chairman lateil that a letter had been received from I'rof. George Davidson, directing the attention to the Inade quate aurvey of Alaska, and suggest ing that the chamber of commerce memorialize co:urrws for an appropria tion to contlnuo the labors of the coast and geodetic survey In that territory. Prof. Davidson addressed the meet ing, remarking that he had visited Alaska in lSt7 and IS','.), and had made explorations a.1 far north as the Aleu tian llind, with a view of obtaining sufficient data in support of the pas sage of a bill lefore congress for the survey of ttt.it countrv. He had been paiticul.irly impressed in his researches by the excellent conmrrcial prospects of our northern toaession3. The shore-line of Al.uka, y.OOO miles in length, was...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 9 February 1882

BARBOUR INDl H VOL II. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1882. NO. 36. nniE COUNTY MOONLIGHT MUSINGS. Innw th ullnt city,- Where the weary are a, rest When the r arthaitl In the bcmity Of her nlhtly robe was rirst; Wnen Ihe iihhh wn nhiti I ruktly, A'1 lh tan were In tin ky ; Anil 1 thought the aeri" too ! vIy For tlio young and fair to die. mw the mart!? tablet, An.l Hie, n witli wllil fl wrn dre-.t, Anl the weeping willow waring UVr I ho '"early irniiu to r-ht;' And 1 knew that fr r ich hei.er, There iiiimlrt, with the ileml, Some honehol.l luithM'ti Miiltten, .Some human heart lial bitd.J How drrary .mm the future. When the love! one jf aw.tr We have known from eirly ehlMI kx, Aiifl havn minified with nt p ay ! How th ' oonn.l .f J)omi laiirfhU r lar nvtty mi ti e rar, Wh n we think the rn crowing 'r the torni wo l.el I so de.ir! 'Tls well thattlin t rlnzs hcVlng; At, better It ftliouM !) M, That the heart airaln lie Joyou, Arid th tear tlfopn re e to Ho ...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 9 February 1882

THEIKDBX. TIIUIWDAY, FEB. 1). M. MltHI'T. IitUur mnd Proprietor, j Trnnst tJPin imuii aita InTo lc:t.truiA'pmin tU M"' j tln L1 IVmUUI. fcr tii UittK n. Iittir Jn- n,n T. M. Hrt.!T J Ky Job" Uhan 3 K -rr Ihm." Mrlr.t.e S rr pr I'ha- .M.lVKot I' " Ih ufl. 1 Wo.Hl.ud lira W!t.rsUarI Wilmm '"Uric Vicx Jo Wl khain Ci. T. Wilon J.w. A. roTM. XVJ.il Monroe B l! ib Si'a Cildrr A. i'-mntM 'n N chr U J. ( W. D VAriKr, IV M. Found. On .Main btreef, a bed comfort an I over co:it. The owner can have- them by provms property, and i ayjns for tins notice. C SjnjN -f Statement of American tVntr.l InsoraneeCo. St. Louis, Mo. HF.iT.MBr.uSNt, 1531 a-n o irrui J! in-ur rt H ve Ail tth r Luj.l.tie IG'OOfO 00 Ct :t!i "27 Sun.'in TUl Acts. .;7 -:tl . f2-M.rn ..tl.ltki.M. l'J Uro. T. CuAic. TreVt Jame Nkwmix, sc't. !.. W. Mourns agentt Medicine Lod " Knit a. i 1TTESTM! STOCK MEN! T. L BRYAW, ft 8 If 55 ilHSeV The great rrizo llslit between 1'adMy Kyan nnd John Sullivan, occurred day beforo yesterday, near...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 9 February 1882

THE IILTIDIEIX. medic ink Lodge, Kansas THURSDAY. VF.II Q LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Kotlce to thoe Intending to Trote Up on 0ug5 I An lit. Etery inliTJ-laal in this or Comanche co in ty, who intra J to "proT op" will B i d it to their advantage to call cron S. J.Shfp'er, Probate Jadae. lie U the proper pcriwn to roike oaEoal proof pa ptt, an J will gxrt Fnll information con nrninir lata lnl (flic rulinon I) uhf rty an J 1'aJJj Ukn ifot knocked out of t tn. M m '. tith (l.lchmt tuadc u a plcaaant call cn TumUjr. tJcortf Ilcndrtcknon rxaJa ut a pleas ant call this wfrk. A.G.S.nith and family arri?ei borne from rutnamvill. Inl., Ut e Teninjr. I.vlifi should call and examine oar sew nn 1 bf autif'il ff cUrg card. Jamf O firt of tLi wtk call. va up from Kiowa tie and made ut a social The cattle taid of O. O'alnfr ap Van in th i imprcssiin. Still tbey come. l. P. ll.own came in S UurUy to renew hn nuWription to tho 1mk. They all want it. II n. WoxlarJhai tho Palratr UU and will toon start up in t...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 9 February 1882

SCIENCE. A paper by I)r. Manning, medical uirintenJent of the hospital of the Insane at Gladrsvllle, New South "Wales, la abstracted ty Nature. The paper treats of the causes of Insanity In 3,077 patients admitted to the Insti tution In ten years, from 1809. About 3.9 per cent of the cases are attributed to isolation and homesickness. Those suffering most from the latter cause were persons who spoke Lnjiiisn im rrfectlr. The cases of isolation in eluded shepherds, whose occupation, some yean ago, and still is in some places, most lonely, although that state of thlnffs Is imnrovinz. The isolation, which Is sometimes terrible to a new emigrant, and which often lasts for years, is kept up by the disparity of the sexes, which at the close oi stood at 409.G03 males and 324,615 fe male, and it is fostered by the pecul iar, shifting, rest!. 93 life of the miners and bushmen. The amount of Insani ty caused by intemixTanco ha3 been exaggerated. Jive er cent or u cases arise from sunstroke; a...

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