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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 30 March 1882

ME IHDHX. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY, MARCn, 3). 1882. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. otlcc.to those Intending to TroTC Up on usage Land Kvery individual in this or Comanche rvunij, wnointendj to "prove np" will find it to their advantage to call upon S. . Shepler, Probate Judge. He is the proper person to make out final proof pa pers, and will give full information con- crening late land oIUco rulings' "Hotter to weave on the bed of life A bright and colden filling And to do our work wila a ready heart jmi naniH uut are swift and willing Jiunio snap the delicate, minute threads vx our curious lives asunder; And then blame Heaven for the tanked cnd. And sit and grieve and wonder. L. F. IYarsotTa household effects arrived last week. Nes Illff and family have removed to tho Indian Territory. Henry Kelly has concluded to remain In Medicine Loihrts (ieo. ftuulcrwirs new residence Is loom ing up in the distance. H. A. Ilalley intends to erect an ad dition to his residence. Ask Bob, Eckert about ...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 30 March 1882

I CALL TO THE BIRDS. Up from the rlrer reed. Out from yourbuhy beds, O, my brown eyes All, as the rosy light Flows In across the night So my heart cries. Up f rc m the grassy spray, Out from your nests of clay, East way or west; All, with the speckles red, JalIy that overspread l'lump back and breast Up, up and fly to me, Feed me with melody Sweet, pare and high, nine cip and yellow cap. White wing and amber tip This Is ray cry. Now the full day is born, And with his golden horn Thrust hlh and higher, Com1 the grand king of day. Kindling the clouds so gray All into fire. Over the bar of sand, Oyer the clover land, Over the hills, Khe up and fly ta me; Sing out of memory All my life's ills. Com?, sweet and solemn note, Come, fair and speckle throat, Come, large and small, Jirown bill and ruby bill: Ah, my heart holdeth still, Koom for you all. Alice Cary. WHY EYIE WAS JEALOUS. Sc his audacloui face ho turns to her, Simpering with her at some foolish Jest: And she enjoy it too! Oh, th...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 30 March 1882

FLEEING FROM THE FLOOD. ? The Siory of Rev. A. M. Lewis, "For merly of Kansas." " Rt. Loois OIob-Dyaocrtt. Tn 1I At. . . . uu me widespread suCrerinz brought upon Inhabitants of the Lowe? Mississippi country by the floods It Vn Ti Vf 101110 to be Been at ttu ?, Mrgan street, in this city, owl3 and his fam ily are quartered. A Globe-Democrat Jtponer cawed thero last ovenin and was informed by a kind-hearted Irish woman that Air. Lewis lived nixt uoor, ujvatairs, and amoity decent man no was, too. Och! sure, but they're awful poor. God help 'eml him an' nis two daughters an thir two chil dren. Never a bed did they have fo lay themselves on till I give 'em me ould sofa." Sho then lighted the reporter through a narrow p:is3ago way to the foot of a dilapidated stairway leading up out of a stable like room without flooring, to - the next floor. In answer to the guide's voice a woman appeared at the top of the stairs, with a lamp in her hand, and on Mnz informal of a desire to seo Mr. Lewi...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 30 March 1882

'54 l r fZ, SHERLOCK & " MiT.IQ MiLLS. Cattle and hone 1i finds aa follows: 5 L on tiht vide, SLn right Bide, " ' EH led M L S on der. Kir ruai k on 5 L C-ittl. 7 in each r. Kmfire, S ilt Fork and Eylft Caief Pool. P. 0.. Kiowa, Kar. 2-13 L. E. ROCK. Known as the half Diamond R brand, same on left Jaw of young cattle. P.O. Pond Creek Indlan Creek. Territroy. Range on Wagon 1-5 PC V A. Q. SMITE. Oa right side. earmaiked. Ranch on Sandr. past of Kiowa. P.O. Med- icine Lxige, Kan. Cattle in charce ot TV. II. Chowen. A tditionai brw. a q on left nae r J - felt eide I -l-n right hip. 4 on left hip of some of the domestics. v2 41 .)QI T.O. OUTLIP, Anywhere on the animal. Also T n left hip and side. Ear marks, split in each c r. P O Lake City. Y2-17 W. II. II A IUf EL- SON", ))! On left Ear mark. sMe.j over- i V llopo the right and 1 J I under slope the left o. Ray more Mo. U'm Llndsov in chanr-. Medicine Lodge. Salt Fork and Eagle Chief pool. 34 Wm. LINDSLY Any place on the animal. Ea...

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. — 6 April 1882

BARBOUR COUNTY INDEX. TERMS : DEVOTED TO THE UPBUILDING OF THE CITY, AND THE LIVE-STOCK INTERESTS OF THE SOUTH-WEST. $2.00 PER YEAR VOL. 2. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO,, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1882. NO. 44. if V I'll J The Wichita Times says beef will go op to fifteen centt per pound And stay there. Hundreds of acre were burned oyer by a prairie fire north of Iuka, in Pratt coun ty, the other day. Chcrrjvalo and Fredonia are telephon- ically connected, and Wichita and Win- field want to be. The Democratic State Central Commit tee has ordered a special session of the Missouri Legislature. Thayor has a business man named Harts horn. It's said that ha is the strongest business man there. Neodesha has a female dentist, and the Atchison Champion says the young men down there are nearly all toothless. Tho Hutchinson News wants the propo sition submitted to a vote of the people whether or not they shall have a billiard hall in operation in that town. Hamner county court docket has over ...

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. — 6 April 1882

BARBOUR COUNTY INDEX. M. L. SUEKrY, Publisher. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS. SHERMAN AND THE INDIANS. How the General Would Settle Difficulties and protect the Red Men. Icaron Duptch to the 5w York World. Gn. Sherman having read the all ad- vance proofs of CoL Itlchard Irving Dodge's forthcoming book on "Our "Wild Indians," soon to be issued by Worthington & Co., of Hartford, and It. B. Itussell, of this city, has written an introduction to the book, in which he very clearly expresses his views upon the much-agitated Indian ques tion. Having congratulated Col. Dodge upon the accomplishment of his inter esting work, Gen. Sherman goes on to say that the Indian of America has been for centuries the subject of study and romance alternately treated as an unmitigated savage, or as the dash ing, bold hero Dghting for his native land and his native privileges. Col. Dodge he regards as the first man who has attempted to treat the Indian as he exists in fact the creature of an cient habits, of ...

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. — 6 April 1882

V r il FUNGI. Its Injurious Effects to Vegetation. New England firmer. It is an upward step and one which marks progiess in the agricultural ed ucatlon of a community when an aud ience composed chletly of farmers, can patiently sit for two hours and listen to a lecture like the one delivered at the recent meeting of the Connecticut btate Board of Agriculture, by Dr. lijron D. mislead, linou infiirlntiJi fun gi. Something has bpn k no xn of this class of vegetation for a long time, but uie numoer is yet very small, both in this country and in Europe who have uuy very extended knowledge or tnis uepariment or botany. Dr. mislead is a gradHate of the Michigan Agri cultural College, has pursued a course 01 studies at me uussey Institution, and ha made a special study of bota ny under Prof. Farlow, of Harvard College, and is fully competent to talk about fungi with justice to his subject and credit to himself. The term fungi includes a multitude of species, varying in size from the larges...

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. — 6 April 1882

THE IHDEX. THURSDAY, APRIL SO, 1882. W. I. N1IEHPY, Editor and Proprietor- TEIUIHt 83 rR YHAR IN ADVANCE THE BOND SUIT. Tho decision of tho U. S. Su premo Court in tho bond suit against thi9 county, has not yet been received, and consequently wo arc in tho dark as to the scope and extent of tho ruling. But to thoso who aro discouraged by reason of tho report, wo say, "bo yo of good cheer." That report may bo false a thing not at all improbable. Wo oan seo light ahead. Tho caso may bo remanded for further pro ceedings ; wo may havo a now trial ; wo may yet win. But let us view this matter from its dark est point. Supposo tho court has ruled that wo must pay tiioso bonds ? That dictate will not satisfy tho judgment creditors. That order will not compel tho ranchman to enter his claim or encourago tho Jarmer in securing himself a homestoad within our borders. Something further is necessary. Wo can not bo forced into paying this dobt, because that imflexiblo rulo which ordains that "blo...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 6 April 1882

f X x xxxx XXUJJkJ. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY. APRIL, 6. 1832. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. A Bd Coupling. Bhe married a railroad man, A locomotive fpark; He told her of his little plan At Uie gain, out in the dark. But long ere a y!ar ld gne The brc it dUd alack! Their counllnir anart va drawn And he switched her oLTtlie tarck ! & E. Cuddy was up from the range. Lots of movers going west thee days. . The cattle brand of C. L. Brown ap jxurs in this isue. Kirby Smith and wife are now occupy ing Dick WilIU residence. E. W.Payne lias been in Comanche county looking after his herd of cattle. The Barbour County Index has been enlarged and greatly Improved of late. Cipltil. Mr. Oliver, our popular bakery and restaurant man, was up in Stafford county, last week, on business. W. S. Sparks lias fold Ids entire flock of thcepand one of his ranches, and will now engage In the cattle business. Lost week H "V. Cook bought sixty head of cattle of James Wilson, and seven ty head of T. A. MeClearcy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 6 April 1882

AN APRIL GIRL. The pir I that Is born on an April day ma & right to be merry, lmntsome, gay; woa mis is trie reason 1 aauce ana play ado. msc iio a nmie in a sunny ray, Wouldn't you Du it, too, If you had been born on an April day ? Hie girl that is born on an April day 1 1 a also a right to cry, they say ; And so I sometimes do giro way When things get rrooked or all astray, tvuuiuubyuu Do it, too. If yen had been boin on an April day? Tho girls of March love noise and frav: And sweet as blossoms ar girls of May; jnb l ueionx 10 me iime mia-way, And so 1 rejoice in a sunny spray Of fiinllcs and tears and hap-a day, Wouldn't you Do It, too, If you had been born on an April day? Height! and hurrah 1 for an April day. I la cloud, its sparkle. Its skip and stay I .1 mean to b happy whenever 1 may, turnery wiien i must: ior mavs my way woman t you Do it, too, If von had been born on au April day? Mary Mnpcs Dod'jc; St. Nicholas for TOUCHED TO THE HEART. im not a romantic man, and if...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 6 April 1882

DEATH OF MR. JAMES. Bill Nyo Does the Outlaw up in Great Shape. BUI Nye's Bor.mrricg. Wo aro onco more pained to an- .uuuuto e aeaia or Hon. Jesse James. We speak of him as Hon. Jesse James because it is possible he may not te dead yet, and we should not desire any personalities raked up in case he should be still at large. The regular semt-annual death of jesse james has been a cause for na tional sorrow for some time. His obituary has been written seven or eight times by the faltering hapd that pens these lines, and we are still young. Death has marked Mr. James for its own a good many times, and now he hai again been butchered to make a Missouri holiday. The soil from Maine to California has been drenched with his gore, and the green grass waves above his ashes in every portion of our great land. No man has perished from the face of the earth so ubiqui tiously a? Mr. James, and no American citizen has yielded up his young life under such varied and peculiar circum stances. Lay hi...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 6 April 1882

'14 r SHERLOCK & MILLS. Cattle and horse brands as follows: 5 L on tight Hide, l L "i right side. and M Ij S on right Hide. .Horse brand o ifon left shoul der. Eur mat k on 5 L Cattle 7 in acb nr. R 'nee. Salt Fork und Eagle Chief Tool. P. 0.. Kiowa, Ka. 2-13 L E. JOCK. Known as th half Diamond R hTand. fame on left jaw of young cattle. P.O. Pond Creek Indian Territroy. Range on Wagon Creek. 1-5 On Ear left mark. Fide. over i J V slope the right and 1 I if under slope theleft 1 'r.r Uft i o. Riymore Mo Win. Llndscy in charge. Medicine Lodge. Salt Fork and Eagle Chief uool. 34 II. I1ARREL- SON. C- Win. LIXDSLY Any phico on thn nnlmnl T!jir I mark, crop and two splits in right j and one split 10 h-fr. io. MmII- cine Lodge. Range Salt Fork and Engle Chief. v2 31 F.A.SANBORN. Known as Anch or brand, on cither side or hip. some Alienor Young on left jaw ar mark hail undercrop in right tin derhack in lift. Ranch on Wagon creek. P O Pond creek, Indian Terri- 2-7-mG I side or h I (I bra...

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. — 13 April 1882

I t i; t I 0 TERMS . fiElVOTETi Tfi thi? TTt3PTTTT"nTTjfc nv tut? pttv anfi tttf T.TVF-QTnnir TMTrnrr rTT . J VOL. 2. 8everal Kansas conntirs are deep in the ibroes of a county seat election Cowley county proposes to have a pub lic shecp-theanng jubilee this spring. The Topeka Capital has been made the ollicial State paper. Good for the Cap ital. Eastern capitalists are down in the Mi issippi valley, not to distribute rations, hnt to purV a. plantations owned by people who are ruined by the flood and must sell cheap i Georgo Scoville, Guitem'g coUn-el and brother-in-law is serioudy ill We don't wonder at it. Acting a rx tinsel for Guit cau WQj enough to have made a man crazy. The Lakin Herald says that the success of agriculture out that way does not de pend upon the rainfall altogether, but that irrigation can be mtorted to supply any deficiency. The Burrton Monitor came out last week with a three column advertisement for a merchant of that place. We should like to see some of our ...

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. — 13 April 1882

BARBOUR COUNTY INDEX. M. L. SHEHPT, Publisher. MEDICINE LODGE. KANSAS. ITEMS OF INDUSTRY. The story of the present condition of the straw industry of Swifzerland reads a lesson, the study of which may at least prove not unprofitable. Some years ago the demand for Swiss straw goods was so good that merchants and work people alike applied themselves more to the production of quantity than quality. The result was what might naturally have been expected. The depreciated article gradually went out of favor, particularly in the Ameri can market, and now the demand has entirely passed away. In several of the cantons the machinery is standing idle, and the people are betaking them selves to other pursuits. Steps are be ing taken to restore the old state of matters, to improve the quality of the goods, and make the lengths of the pieces what they were before short sighted greed acquired ascendency. It is thus hoped that the old prosperity will bo recovered, but the Swiss manu facturers will ...

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. — 13 April 1882

TEXAS TOPICS, A Prnmlnon c?i. . II Itl' ulw" warrt Views as in uone otar State" The Cattle Trade Assuming R , Q'Cntlc Proportions. l&l!a Demooar. March m Geo I Yeater, the well-known ium-inim, nas just returned from a u monins- visit to Texas. A report- w democrat had a brief con versation with him yesterday, in which some interesting information regard ing affairs in Texas was imparted. How are times in the Lrone Star atato at present, Mr. Yeater?" queried the scribe. ' "They have been very favorable all winter," he replied. "Money has been moderately plentiful, and 1 heard little complaint. Crops are looking very fine. A big crop of cotton will be planted, and a prosperous year is ex pected in Texas." How is the cattle trade?" This question struck Mr. Yeater right where he was at home. "It is booming," said he with enthusiasm. Cattle are in a fine condition, and the prices are higher than have been known there for years. The journey north ward has begun already, thousands upon...

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. — 13 April 1882

THE IHfiEX. THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1882. OT. L.. RIIEJUT, Editor and Proprietor TI3UXAI 83 PER YEAR Hf ADVANCE We are in receipt of Vol. 1, No. 1 of tho Kansas Odd Fellow pub lished at Belle Plaine, in tho in terests of the I. O. O. F. fraterni ty of tho State. It is a neat lour column quarto, THOSE IJ03DS. Notice for Publication ' LAND OFFICE ATI Limed, Kansas. March, 18,1882 J Notice n hereby jfiven that the lol lowinjr named settler has filea notice of her intention to nfafce final proof in sup port of her claim, and that faid proof will be made before the Probate Judge of Bar bour county. Kansas, at the county eeat, rm TnoHftv. Aoril 25. 1832.. viz: Sarah Soencer. Declaratory Statement No. torthen-wK60-20-33800 of K. 13 w. She names'the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon, and cultivation of said landjViz: Francis M. lasers, Horace Pardee, Adelbert E. Pardfe and William H. Thompson, all 01 Lodi P. 0., Barbour county Kansas. 42 w5 C. A. Morris. Roister. Up to ...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 13 April 1882

-I THE": IHBIX MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY. APRIL, 13, 1SS2. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Attention I Stock 2Icn ! In our report of the proceedings of the Harbour County Stock Growers' Associa tion, last week, the types made us eay the round-ups would commence on the 13th of tills mopth. It should have been on the 23th. The mistake was caused by a figure 1 dropping Into the 2 box, and was very annoying to us, and no doubt incoven ienccd our friends greatly. Alpha Updcgraff lias gono to Colorado xvhero lie expects to remain In the fu ture. MIm Ella Drown, of Medicine Lodge, vis ited Miss May Thompson, of this city, last week. Citizen. T. O. J.vck and wife arc now occupying H. A. Dai ley's residence In the western portion of the city. Uncle Fowler and family will soon occu py their own residence, recently vaca ted by D. A. Greever. VTcaro In receipt of a communication from J. D. Glenn, of Harper, whichve pro duce In another column. It used to take nine tailors to make a man. Now one good tai...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 13 April 1882

THE CURFEW. Solemnly; mournfully , Dealing its dole, the Curfew bell Is beginning to toll. No voice In the chambers, No sound In the hall! Sleep and oblivion Keign over all I Song sinks Into silence, The tory Is told, The windows are darkened, The hearth Is cold. Tbe book Is completed, And closed like the day ; And the hand that has written it Lays it away. Henry Wadsvcorih Longfellow, MYSTERIOUS ORGANIST. Years ago at a grand old cathedral overlooking the Ithine, there appeared a mysterious organist. The great com poser who had played the organ so long had suddenly died, and every person from the peasant to the king was won dering who could be found to fill his place. One bright Sabbath morn, as the seiton entered the church ho saw a stranger sitting at the crape shrouded organ. He was a tall, graceful man, with a pale but strikingly handsome face, great black, melancholy eyes, and hair like a raven for gloss and color, sweeping In dark waves over his shoul ders. He did not seem to...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 13 April 1882

. SOUTH AMERICAN COMMERCE. How the English are Benefited in Chilian Markets By Our Protective Tariffs. Yilpuum, tor. Vew Tvrk Tribune. p the reception of Mr. Trescott by President SanU Maria, popular ex citement has abated considerably, and H Is confidently expected that a satis- locwry unuerstandinff will be brought Obout through his effort. TTnfnrtn- pately, however, this supposed change In the policy of the United States gov ernment is attributed to wrong motives by the Chilian populace, though the govering clas3e3 of the country are too well informed to be deceived as to the real strength of so prominent a ceuntry as the United States. It seems that an article in an American newspaper relating to the naval advisory board produced a profound impression here, and was extensively copied in the pa pers of the country. That portion was particularly emphasized which con tained the remarks of Admiral Itodgers. wherein ho said that Chili's floot could easily destroy the United States co...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 13 April 1882

nWfi?.,il- r fJ SHERLOCK & MILLS. Cattle and horse brands as folio w: ,r L on right aide, 1, oq riKht Bide, and M L S on right nide. Home brand h Li on left shoul der. Kir mark on f L Latti. in ach r. ltnp, S-lt Fcrk and Eagle Cnief Tool. I'. O., Kiowa, iva. 2-W Indian Creek. L. E. ROCK. Known as the half Diamond IS i tana, same on left jaw of young cattle. P.O. Pond Creek Tvrritroy. Range on tfagon 1-5 W. II. HARREL- FON', On left side. Tvr r m i rir mor ' I Mope tlie right and miner nope uic iit wZ lift I'- O. Riymore Mo. Vim. Llndcy In charge. Medicine Lodge. Halt fork and Eagle Uilef uool. 31 C Wm. LIXDSLY Any .place on the animal. Ear mark, crop nnd two F pi Us in right nnd one split In left. P. O.Med 1- Hrie LodKe. liaise Salt Fork and Eagle Chief. v2 34 i fo; .''."vl t F.A.SANBORN. i J Known as Anch 4Jfi or brand, on cither l branded Anchor -I f ' rcvem-d, Younjr uV'rTfTZ? 1 , n-ttt In r, on lelt jaw Ear mark hall undercrop in right un lrhack In h-fc. Ranch on Wagon creek...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
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