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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 20 April 1882

BARBOUR INDEX. TERMS'.' DEVOTED TO THE UPBUILDING OF THE CITY. AND THE UVSSTO-INTEREStS OF THE SOOTH-WEST. . ' '$2M PER. YEAR. VOL.2. . MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1882. NO. 46. 1 1. ft j i I ;1 J ; Ben. F Simpson hat been re-ay points J marshal of Kansas. A grand sheep convention will be held at Ilarper tbii montb. It ccits forty cents a word to talk acros the Atlantic by te'egraph. Orer 200 town lots changed hands in 11 in on ri Valley last month. The Peruvians will find that our new minister, P-itridarf, in cramr. The anti-prohibition tickit was elected in Oiage City at the city election. Iowa distilleries and breweries used 787,557 burbots of grain lat year. The town ot Stafford bag only four boas es left from the recent cyclone visit. "What would becmeofthis country if e bad no detectives? Says old man Dan der. The citirms cf Clay Center presented the D spach band with a 91,000 set of in strument. A black Guiteaa flred sixteen shots at the president ...

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. — 20 April 1882

THAT LITTLE 8UNQ, Ulng once again that little song; i ang it, years ago, With one who has been sleeping long Where churchyard grasses grow. Wo used to sing at eventide, ,f 11 CIA AAA OVJUIA. un Sare whispering winds among the flowers, . a LI. nrtll How sweetly on tha evening air Tho melody would rise, An we fat loo 'dn? at the frtars Which listened in the skies. And, l'stcning to your song to night, My thoughts were far away With her who used to sin with me, When life was in its May. December enow is on my hair, it trnit within mv hpftrt? But, at your son?, some flowers of Spring xuuowiiieticnuru iwaiinw FOR THE FLOWER8. . Sweet as an elfin bell That is swung in a turret of mist, Tho cascade tinkles within her dell, Tho warm rain weaveth her vernal spell, And tho crimsoning buds of the maple swell, lly the passionate south wind kissed. Wake, little blossoms, wake I The throstle Is piping for Vprlng; Tho silver scales of the water-snake Twinkle and flash in tho feathery brake. And th...

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. — 20 April 1882

, SCIENCE. Cod-liver oil contains iodine and bro- miue. Thero are 174,000,000 air cells in the The nearer a rain cloud is to the vMux me larger the drops. Meat Immersed in molasses has been yreserYua for months. Cucumber peelings are said to be u sure cure for cockroaches. The diamond is rather more than three and one half times heavier than water. Ether is so volatile that It cannot be poured from one vessel to another without I033. At a white hent copper passes off in to vapor, which bums in the air with a green flame. Dragon's blood is a resin which ex udts from various trees. It it so called from its red olor. Leeches may be induced to bite more readily by bathing the surface to which they are applied with milk. Oxygen to the amount of five per a?nt of the quantity inhaled disappears at every breath, ab3orbed by the blood. Ninety-two parts in a hundred of cream are whey, the remaining eight parts cjnal proportions butter and cheese Pencil marks can be rendered indeli ble by dipp...

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. — 20 April 1882

THE INDEX. THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 18SJ. 511 Till Y, J Ml tor inI lropiirtor TEinisi 52rr.11 yeah in advance It is estimated that 80,000 per pons aro rendered destitute by the inundation of the Mississippi The President has signed a bill appropriating 6150,000 to aid the euflerera, There will bo somo grand pas- lures in the Pan Handle. Tow ers fc Gudgill have contracted for 20,000 posts, which will make an immense enclosure. Ed. Price and Milligan havo tho contract for furnishing the posts. Some weeks ago 60,000 pounds of wire Were shipped to tho Pan Handle, lissigned to Sanborn & Warren. C. Goodnight some months ago received 00,000 pounds of wire. Can't you read tho future of the Block business? Dodgo City Times. Notice for Publication LAND OFFICE VT ' L irned, Kansas. March, 18,1862 Xotu: is h-reby given that the io! lowinir natnpJ pettier has flid notice of her intention to make unai prooi m sup- pott of ber c aim, and that aid proof will be made before the Probate Judge of Bar b...

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. — 20 April 1882

TH1 1HMX MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THUKSDAY. APRIL, $0, 1332. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. ' 'otlcc to those Intending- to Trove Up on Osagt) Lands. Every individual in thii or Comanche county, who intends to "prove up will find it to their advantage to call upon S. tf.Shcpler, Probate Judge. He ia the Irtper person to make out final proof pa tttfed will uiro full information con trttithfc lale land tlllco ruling Jolm Smith. C. T. Binlth Is well. Chauuty Smith Js happy. Joe Smith is assistant marshah J. It. Smith luis holUhls ranch. Hubert Smith was in town, smiling :w usual. W. 11. Smith rtportaall quktou Mule Vrctk. Miss Amu Smitii Is not ill as Was re ported. A. (J. Smith Is enjoying very good health. George Smith is guarding Harper, the In Kiue man. Eli Smith reports business in his line as booming. M.S. Smith will haw his trial at the 'coming court. Win. Schmidt is one of the most popu lar salesmen in town. Ml LiH Smith thinks that this is a very fascinating little city. Ml Mary Smith admire...

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. — 20 April 1882

BARBOUR COUNTY INDEX. M. L. SllERPY, Publisher. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS. ITEMS OF INTEREST, Siberia baa a population of 1,335, 000. There are 189,000 doctors In the "world. The value of the sheep in Texas Is flU,0U,00U. Forty Chinamen make watches In San Francisco. There aro 4,490 Jew pawn-brokers in Great Britain. Cyrus advised his countrymen never to eat except after labor. Thero aro 63,000 physicians In the United States, and only 5,000 in Spain. Since the passage of the Edmunds bill Salt Lako real estate has risen in value about 15 per cent. Over 10,000 people are working on the Nothern Pacific railroad in the Territory of Montana. Alpha Centauri Is the nearest of the fixed stars, and its distance from the earth exceeds the sun's 230,000 times. The religious revival in Kentucky has been so thorough and general that the fashionable young women use note paper bearing the legend "Praise the Lord." On the lowest computation, 550,000 tons of fish aro annually taken in British waters, ...

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. — 20 April 1882

JESSE JAMES. ' The Notorious Outlaw and Bandit Killed at 8t. Joseph, Mo. TIIE KILLTNO IN DETAIL. Special to Kansas CUy Journal n St. Joseph Mo., April 3.-netwn a ana 9 o'clock this morning Jesse o, who .Missouri outlaw, before recoro tno deeds of FraDiavolo, icjv Aurpm andSbinterhanneadwindle into Insignificance, was killed by a boj -21 years old named Itobt. Ford, at his temporary residence on Thirteenth and Lafayette streets, in this city. In the I'gnc or an moral reasoning the shoot ing was wholly unjustifiable, but the Jaw Is vindicated, and the 150,000 re ward offered by the state for the body or, iac brigand dead or alive will doubt less go to the man who had the cour age to draw a revolver on the notorious oatlaw when his back was turned, as in this case. There was little dount that the killing was the result of a premeditated plan formed by Robert and Charles Ford several months ago. Charles had been an accomplice of Jesso James since the 3d of last No vember, and entirely p...

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. — 20 April 1882

,r illEUUTK & M'L'S Cattle und horse Vtrnndi a fallow: 5 L n ri lit wide, 3 I- "i rint bide. mil M L S on riffht ide. Horse brano b on left ihoul- di. F.ir rauik on 5 L CUtl . 7 m each -ir. R ntro, Slt Fork mni El Caiff Poo. P. O., Kiowa, Ka'. 2-13 Indian Terrltroy, Creek. L. E.R0CK. Known as the liflf Diamond R brand. nme on left jaw of young C H 1 1 1 C . P. O. Pond Creek Ran go on Wagon 1-5 V W. U. HAIIKEL- j I On left aide. 1 Ear mark, over- -v j "" I Iope the right and w under slope the if ft ifx- TM V. .IV nunc W'm Llndsev In churg. Medlelno Lode, Rait Fork and Eagle Chief iool. Zl C 3 Wm. LINDSLY Any pbicc on f the animal. Ear J mark, crop and J two splits in right and one split In left. P.O. Medi- tIiih Lodc. Range Salt Fork and Eagle Chief. v2 31 F.A.SANBORN. 4 I T i i 1 1 J (1 branded 1 Jlf" reversed. Known as Anch or brand, on cither ldeorhip pome Alienor Young cattleuon lelt Jaw Ear mark hall undercrop in rljrht un drrhack In left. Ranch on Wagon creek. P O Pond cree...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 27 April 1882

V OUR BARB MDBS. i i : n TERMS : Corn is 75 cenU a' bushel in Wichita. A railroad is being mryeyed from Wich ita to Anthony. Dodge city won't be tati&fied until she hat another chnrch. Chinch bugs are reported to be very nam croai in Cherokee and adjuning counties. The Pratt Co. Pret i ineceiU that lome body tart a tyrup r lugar factory at Iuka The Santa Fo railroad will survey anoth tr line from Sedgwick City King- man. Mr. II. D. Morgan retires from the Florence Herald, after six years of faithful labor. In Wabaansee couLty a young man shot his sweetheart, a young lady of 17, and then committed suicide It is claimed that the late cyclone, which xlid'so much damage in this State, had its origin in the Indian Territory. A wolf in the western part of the town of Yates Center has been scaring the peo ple of that burg out of their wits lately. The Newton Kanian says one-half the money expended in that vicinity for school ii waii ted for non-attendance and tardi ness, The Missouri p...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 27 April 1882

LIFE'8 ROSES. When themorclrg first uncloses And before tlie mist are gone. All tlm hills seem bright with rcs3, Jiuta littltt farther on! Itoses rid as wins of tUrliog3, And with diamond dew drop wet; " Wait," says litlence,w.tlt,myda:liDg3 WaltA Jlttlalong-ryet! ' So, wLh eagr, upturned face3f Walt the children for the hours Tint shall brio,' them t theplace3 Of the tautalirlnff fl)wer?. Wild w.fi wonder, sweet with guesses, V'txid with only fleeting roar, 2So th broader diy advances, And the twilicht disappears, Hand be7ln to clutch ht poale, Kye.4 to 11 mh with nw delight, Anl the rses oh ! th rose, Uurnlng, Dluihlng, fall in sight! Now, with besoms softly belting, Heart to heart, and hand la hand, Youths and maldi together meeting, Cioan the flowery harvest land. Not a thought of rainy weather, Nor of thorns to sting and g. leve. Gather, g ither, gather, gather, All the care li wont tj leave! Noon to afternoon advances, Koy red grows russet brown; '3a.t cvo backward turn their ...

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. — 27 April 1882

A Peculiar Medical Theory Put ir Practlca In an Institution for Chll dren, New trk Tribune. nSiVrihr3? chlldren vaccinated?' said a physiclau of the h xuu .J merit's vaccinating corps to the elderlv T. J.T..c?arge 01 th0 institution he who viatuug. They are," rc3ponded man of physic. the elderly "uuz wnero are tho arms ? marks on their There are none," "You vaccinated them legs?" on their o, iney swallowed it'" said the ewer with a bland smile. xnen ttie dxitors regarded each oth er, on one side with amazement, on the oiner wun a defiant consciousness of virtue and an upright mind. The vac cinating doctor was harrowed up by awful thoughts of children lynching on quins and Ivory points. Hut the swallowing doctor klnuly came to his aid by producing a bottle of small whltu lozeiiC3. Thsso are what I give," he s;ild. 'They contain a very high attenuation of the matter from a small-pjx pustule, and, if swallowed, they not only euro but prevent small jx." The speaker was Dr. S.Swan, 7I10 ...

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. — 27 April 1882

THE INDEX. THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1882. W. L. NlIl.UI'Y, Rlitor and Proprietor t rnnni 83 pi:r yimii in advance Notice to those Intending to Prore Up on 0Ae Lands Kvery inJirulual in this or Comanche i ounty, who intends to "prove up" will fin1 it to their advantage to call uron S. J Shcpler, Probate Jude. He in the proper person to make out final proof pa iei. and will pve full information, con rrfnini Me land cilice rulint'R The county Eeat contest in Staf lord county, has at last been settled. After trying tho matter hx times at tho polle, St. John has been declared tho permanent county seat of Stafford county, by a mjaority of sixty-six. Stafford county will now have timo to de voto to tho development of its splendid resource-. That 6taunch old metropolitan Democratic Journal, tho Kansas city Daily Times now makes its appcaranco at this office seven timesawcek. It always has been an enterprising paper, and it is rapidly growing better and better. If any of our readers desiro a firs...

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. — 27 April 1882

THE IHDEX.: MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY. APRIL 27. 13S2. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. The cattle brand of W. II. Wright op- pears In this Imprison. Jt-ff Moore will pjK'ml the summer at Jleilicluc Lodge Pratt Co, Times. The MeLulu I louse had rouie distin- tfiil.hcd visitors from llo?ton, last week. II. I). Thompson w.19 in town ng.iln this Week 0:1 his way from Medicine Lodge. (Time?. Mr House, treasure of Barbour county, lmed th rough town last Sunday with a bran new wife. Kingman Republican. Kli Smith and M. Strong, of Medicine Lodge, paswed through town on their way home, Monday. Kingman Republican. Kz. Illff has started a shooting gallery in Cal. Orner'd old tmd, and Ills place has been crowded d.iy juid night. Kz. U a great port. Wm Lindsay was up to Kingman coun ty lan week looking for beef cattle, but found none. He is however, well supplied with pork. The editor of this paper utook in" Ster ling last week, and learned a thing or two while there that may interest some of vxir citle...

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. — 27 April 1882

BARBOUR COUNTY INDEX. H. L. SIIEBrY, Publisher. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS. CHINESE CHATTELS. The Infamous Trade Driven In Mon golian Women The Cruel ties Practiced. En Francisco Ctroniclc Public attention during the past week has been directed to the case of the Chinese women who arrived in this city from Hong Kong on the British ship Anjer Head, and whom the federal officers pohibited from land ing on account of their questionable character. This prohibition caused considerable waiting and venting of imprecations upon the Fanqui manda rins from the old hags whose business it is to minister to the depraved pleasures of the resident Chinese. Though the business of importing women from Canton and Hong Kong for immoral purposes has been carried on for nearly a score of years, it is only recently that any official action has been tnkn to prevent it, and the task so f " lias proved by no means easy or ru :cs3ful. The dens in which these unfortu nates are kept in almost a state of captivity ...

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. — 27 April 1882

IMPRESSIONS OF AMERICA. What His Vijit to the United States Prompts Mr. Morley to Say About Us. Mr.'S. Morle. M. I, who re rently vbital this country, delivered a lectin v on America a fe'.v d;irs jo ;it thn Youn Men'j Christen" Association's institute at London, before a larac and attentive au'lienor. As reported ia uio 1011.0:1 IS .Mr. Money a:A he xound liia favorable impressions of America very in::ch strengthened by his personal experienco in that c mntry. He found in tho circles to wl.icli ho "vao aJmltted a rtflntnient, courten, ffreat intelligence, and unbounded hoj pitality which led him to form thb opinion, that any averao American might t iko Ma stand by any average lm;lUrim;in or European, and not be in tho least afraid of the contact. Speaking of the government of New York he ex press ed his belief that it was as impure ad corrupt as any government could possibly be; and, strong as was hfa belief 1 in the videning of the baso upon which our institutions should rest, he ...

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. — 27 April 1882

1i . I SHERLOCK & MILLS. Cat'le and horse 1t nods a follows: . L oq tiifht vide. 3 h n riht iide, right nMc. Hor brand it 1 on left shoul rier. Kir maik on 5 L Cattl. 7 in each nr. Knp, S-4lt Fork nnd hapta Coiel Pool. P. O., Kiowa, Kar. 2-13 - L E. ROCK. hnown as the 1 alf Diamond II brand. pme on left Jaw of young cnttie. P. O. Tond Creek Indian Creek. Tirritroy. Range on Wagon 1-5 V W. TI. HARREL- KON, On left Kir mark. side. over- V (Mope the right and , I under alone the left - o. Ray more Mo. Wm. Umlcy In charg, Mcdleinc Lodge. FMt Fork and Eagle Chief nool. 31 8 " rlne Lodc. Chief. Wm. LIND3LY Any place on the animal. Ear mark, crop and two split in right and one split In left. P.O.McdM . C.ll T ' . - 1 T' 1. f vi o.ut rviiK uuu ivixie '2 3l S Nil Ear mark F.A.SANBORN. Known as Anch or Lrand. on either side or hip. Rome branded Anchor reversed. Young cattle 5 on left Jaw hall undercrop in right tin 'erhack In left. Ranch on Wagon tuck. P O Pond creek, Indian Terri- 2-7-mG...

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. — 4 May 1882

BARBOUR rrn Y INDEX. ' 1 1 , - - , v -- ... 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 COHANS AS, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1882, NO. 48. I ' " 1 " .. " " . - .1 a i Tho Wichita Kaslo claims that Jcsso Jamos has a bister living in that city. Tho Ilopiiblicau seems to think Kingman's chances for a railroad this year aro mighty slim. Here too, pard. A very largo majority of tho sincere tcmperanco men of Kan ces aro opposed to tho re-nomination of Gov. St. John. Tho Kcpublican says Kingman 'Jounty's indebtedness amounts to only about $28,000. You aro to bo congratulated, neighbor. Tho Odd Follows of Harper cel ebrated tho anniversary of their order on tho 'JGth of last month. Wo unddrstand they had a good time. Dodgo City wants a large bank ing houso that will supply all de mands mado by tho cattle men who drive yoarly nearly 300,000 to that placo for shipment. Tho Mulvano Herald has en tered upon...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 4 May 1882

BARBOUR COUNTY INDEX. M. L. SUEUPY, Tubllsher. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS, SCIENCE. In a remarkable paper just commu nicated to the Royal Society, London, Dr. . C. William Siemens suggests a theory concerning the sun's heat, "ac cording, to which the radiant energy which is now supposed to be dissipated into space and irrecoverably lost to our solar system, could be arrested and brought back in another form to the sun itself, there to coutinue the work of radiation The idea of the dis tinguished author seems to be that the products of combustion on the sun's surface find their way into space in gaseous form, and are subsequently taken up by the sun as fresh fuel. The paper is evidently the result of careful thought and investigation, and will certainly excite attention and com ment on the part of other eminent physicists. Constant difficulty is experienced in ventilating the great Alpine tunnels under Mont Cenis and the St. Gothard, so as to clear them of the smoke of the trains. It has...

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. — 4 May 1882

GENERAL FITZ JOHN PORTER. The Conclusion of Attorney Genera! Drewster's Opinion on the Case. Mtt0ey 9eneral Brewster's opinio in the Fitz Tohn Porter case analyzing the opinions of his predecessors m of Jce and that of the supreme court con dudes as follows: These opinions of my predecessors and the supremo court, and also the decision last abovo mentioned, all go to establish this proposition: that where the sentence of a legally-constituted court-martial, In a case within its ju risdiction, has been approved by the reviewing authority and carried into execution, it cannot afterwards, under the present state of the law, be revised and tet aside. The proceedings are there at an end, and the action thus had upon the sentence is, in contem. plation of the law, final. I am unable to arrive at a different conclusion, and I accordingly hold that in the case un der consideration tho president has no power to review tho proceedings of the court-nurtial and annul it3 sentence. It follows fr...

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. — 4 May 1882

'I THE IHDEX. THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1882. tf I. 81IERPTf Editor and Proprietor TrnSISl S3 PER TEAR IX ADVANCE -Notice to those Intending to FroTe Up on Osage Lands fcrery Individual in this or Comanche bounty, who intendi to "prove up" will find it to their advantage to call upon S, J. Shepler, Probate Judge. He in the proper person to make out final proof pa pers, and will Rive fall information con crenincr late land cilice rulinyv The Great Bend Tribune reports two bank failures in that town daring one week, and adds that a bank is abont ao dangerous to fool with as dynamite. For Sale. 150 bead of good Domestic cat tle, in good shape; branded JHR connected. P. 0 Sun City. 23 -m3 A. J. Hubbard. HIDES! HIDES!! HIDES!!! Hinsen & VanLaningham, at Harper, will pay the highest cash price for hides and furs, 0 The city drus: store is the place to get fresh drugs, 39 Kittlcman, tho foot racer, is back lo Harper. Ho will run a fact with a man at Wellington 60310 timo next week. It will bo a...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
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