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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 4 May 1882

TOE " IHDEX. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY. MAY, 4. 18S2. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. The first man who says It does not rain In Barbour county, hit him vrid a ethick. Ii. F. IearSdn and family arc occupying the residence recently vacated by II. II. Iticlurda. II. II. Itichartfo and family have moved Into their new residence in tnc southern portion of the city. Mrs. D A. O reaver started for Liberty, JIo., this week, where she intends to re main during the summer. i We understand the family of E. W. Taync Intend to spend the summer with friends and relatives In Missouri. We have been compelled to order an other quire of paper, this week, in order to supply the growing demand. Uncle Peter Petit Is again on bur streets after a protracted s.ay at Las Vegas, New Mexico. He likes it but there. Mr. Majors, of Wichita, Is in town tikis week. II 9 Intcndi to bring his family here as soon as he can get a house. MIm Anna Smith who is making her home with the family of W W. Cook, paid Harper a flying ...

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. — 4 May 1882

STRIVE, WAIT, AND PRAY. 'Strive; yet I do not promise The prize you dream of to day AVill not fade when you thins to grasp It, Ana melt in your nana away; Hat another and holier treasure. You would now perchance disda'n, Will come when your toll is over, And pay you for alt your pain. Wait; y. 1 1 do not tell you Tho hour you long for now Will not come with its radiance vanished, And a shad w upon t's brow; Yet rr thrjugh the tnl.ity future, With a crown of st irry ligh An hour of Joy you know not Is WinCim? her silent llight. Pray; though the Rift you risk for May never comfort your fear3, 3Iay never rcpiy your pJcadin, et pray, and with hopeful tears; An answer, not that you lung for, Hut diviner, will come one day; Your eyes are too dim to see if, Yet strive, and wait, an 1 pray. Adelaide A, Procter. THE INVENTOR'S STORY. A stour. black whiskered man sat immediately in front of me in the rail road car, and indulged from time to tlmo In tho most strange and unac countable mar.diuv...

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. — 4 May 1882

THE QUANTRELL GANG. The Brutality of the Outlaws Which Numbered J.ssa dames Among Its Members. " I Want tO UV to VCU tlinr T ilitnlr Gov. Crittenden did exactly right when he uau jeass .1 antra klllnrl co,i r i W. C. Moberly to a reporter of The St. .....vu, w.-j .uouis liepublican, and he deserves the thanks of every law-abiding citi zen in Missouri. I m not a democrat and wouM not vote for Gov. Critten den, but I'll stand by him in this matter every time. There are few men in this state who know jny more about bushwhacking than I do, and I am in favor ol clearing out such infernal devils as James without mercy." Col. Moberly, who ij now practicing law in St. Louis, was, during the war, lieutenant-colonel of tho 1st Missouri militia and afterward colonel of the 33th regiment, with headquarters at liruaswick. lie . organized the first regiment of militia organized in the state and claims tht he ii entitled to the 12,500 offered for sucli service at that time. The city of Moberly, Mo...

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. — 4 May 1882

C.J SHERLOCK & y mills. j(L Cafleand hone I Li and a follow : ,1 L on tiht aide. L i ;i I on li'ht side and M L S on irkr iMo llnrcn t.rflnd . L On lertbOUl tlr . K :r" ma. k on 5 h Catt !. 7 in, each .-r. !.,. Qnlf V7rk and rL'le Ciiif-I Too'. P. 0. Kiowa, Kar. 2-13 S L E. ROCK. Indian Tirritroy. Creek . KnMvn ns the 1-alf Diamond R 1 innd. fame on left jaw of young cattle. r.O. Pond Creek Range on Wagon 1-5 II. I1ARREL H)N. i "A Islope the 1 lJI under floi ..i.t.i.,i i . ' I I'tn r f ' Eft U. Ji V 'more Mo. Win. Llnd.icv in charge. Medicine Lodge. S-i 1 1 Fo rk and En gle Chief nool . 3 1 C Wm. LINDSLY Any place on the animal. Ear mark, crop and two splits in right and one split hi left. P. O.Med W cine Lodge Range Salt Fork and Eagle Chief. v2 3l I i i F.A.SANBORN. Known as Anch or I rand, on cither ride or hip ronie Anchor Young on left Jaw Kar mark hall undercrop in right un tlirhack in left. Ranch on Wagon creek. P O Pond creek, Indian Terri- 2-7-uiG V (1 branded 1? rcvcrm...

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. — 11 May 1882

) BARBOUR COUNTY INDEX. TERMS: DEVOTED TO THE UPBUILDING OF THE CITYf AKD THE LIVE-STOCK INTERESTS OF THE SOOTH-WEST. ... $2.00 PER YEAR VOL. 2. -' MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY ,11 1882. ' : NO, 49. I' 0 r Larned is to havo a national bank with a paid up capital of $50,000. What was tho matter with the Caldwell Post last week ? It h ad no local page. Tho coyoto counties get one ttolcgato each in tho stato con gressional convention. Jay Gould practically owns cloven thousand seven hundred nnd fourteen miles of railway. Nearly every editor in the Btato will attend tno convention at Lawrence, commencing on 5th of Juno. An engineer on tho Missouri Pacific road was scalded to death by his locomotivo overturning, on tho 2nd instant. Osago and Coffee county each contributed two prisoners to tho Stato penitentiary at Leaven worth, not long since. Bob Ingersoll, tho flowery tongued orator, will lecture to tho people of Wichita somo time during tho present month. Tho sem...

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. — 11 May 1882

ONLY A BOY. Only a boy, with his noHc and fun, The veriest mvstcrv under the sun; As brim!ul ot mhchle', and wit, aud glee, As ever a human frame can oe, And as hard to manage as ;?hat? ah mo TU hard tote;, Vet we lo?e him well. Only a boy, with hU fearful tread, Who cannot t driven, hut must be led ; Who troubles thi? neitfhbois dogs and cat And tears more clothes, ana spoils more I: .its, Loses more kites acd tops and tat?, Than would stock a storo For a year or more. 'tiniy a boy. witn n:3 wild, siranajo ways, wim jits luie nours on ins ousy uajs; With lil.s quwr remarks, aiu his odd re plies, ometl:nes foolish, and sometimes wise, Often brilliant for one o hli size, A 8 a meteor hurled From tha planet wcrld. Only a boy, wi o will Ik? a man, If Nature kuh on with her first great plan ir water, or lire, or jnin fatal snare, Jonspiro not to rob us of tbii our heir, uar Dnsiing, our irouoie, our rest, our care, Our torment, our joy ! Only a boy." -Mrs. .V. A. Kidder. KITTY'S LESSON....

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. — 11 May 1882

ITEMS OF INDUSTRY. Never allow your horses to drink im pure or stagnant water. The dairy industry of Jones county, $i;boo!oto! an annUil reveuue of Stagnant and impure water which cows drink while at pasture is one of the most prominent causes of oad odors in milk. Give your hog a rubbing-post in Bomo accessible part of their inclostue; it facilitates their keeping clean, and seems to afford them much satisfaction. For common ringbono in cattle, Dr Law says: "Paint with tincture of iodine, or with a solution of corrosive sublimate forty grains to one pint of water." The Massachusetts Ploughman says that a heifer should be nearly or quite three years old when she has a calf, if the calf is expected to Us healthy and vigorous. Stables should bo kept warm enough in winter to make horses comfortable without blankets; then tho blankets will do good eervice as covering! when the animal is left standing out doors. The Chinese havo Introduced a new variety of radish into California that obt...

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. — 11 May 1882

ft THE IHDEX. as 51 M THURSDAY, MAY 31, 188?. JI. I NIIt:RIr. tor nntl 3ro;ritor. ti:rmas 83irn yilr ix advance Notice to those Intending1 to Prorc Up on Osa?o Land. I' very individual in this or Comanche county, who intcod to "prove up' yii finl it to their advar.toire to call u:on S. J. ShepW, Probate Judfle. He is the rtp.'r person to make oat final proof pa and will pve full information con crfvwu Intn land cilice rulings' Ico formed at Carrol ton, UK, on last Saturday. Ilacine, Wisconsin, recently, bad a big fire. Loss, about $750, 000. The Mill brook Herald is for E. 1. McCabs (colored) present clerk of Graham county, as a can didate ior Auditor of State. There is talk of resurrecting tho IJutler County Democrat, which will inako eight papers in that county, half of them in Eldorado. Tho editor of tho St. Joseph Advocato recently received a pummeling at tho hands of one Young, for abusing him in his paper. Hie Garnett I'laindealer says a man by tho namo ot Traver, Jiv ing near...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 11 May 1882

THE IHDEX. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THUKSDAY. MAY, 11. 1SS2. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. D. A. McCanlcf s rvports his house full tilghtand diy, It lias been txccUingly dull for local this wick. Ed. Sample took a trip out to Mule Crick the first of the week. Attention la called to notice elsewhere, .of a house and four lots for Rile. J. T. Taylor U now working at CaUlc ton,and writes that wages arc good. Joshua Story has our thanks for a large hunk" of dilicious CinaiLi maple sugar. We understand John Xi-hon Intends to go to New Mexico In a short time, to look for work. Sidewalks! Sidewalks! Sidewalks! has been the cry of our citizens for the past two month. David Sauble, of Florence, Kansas, Is here this week and made a short call at tills ofllcc. There was but little business transacted during the recent term of court, Judge Sutton, presiding. W. II. Miles has arrhed with his herd of ponies, and Is holding them about two miles tout of town. XV, W. Cook was quite ill last week, and was compelle...

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. — 11 May 1882

BARBOUR COUNTY INDEX. M. L. SUEKPY, Tubllshcr. MEDICINE LODGE, - KANSAS. LYNCHING. A Few Pertinent Remarks on the Evil Tendency of the Lawless Practice. Chicago Time, April V). Lynchiugs are occurring with alarm ing frequency. A fow months ago Illi nois, Wisconsin and Michigan joined the border states and tiio territories In substituting mob violence for the' -nrMnn of tho courts. A few weeks r-go there was ft lyncking in Indiana which was attended such adjuncts of a legal execution as a clergymen and a surgeon. Wednesday night two men were lynched together in Ken tucky, two together in ono town in Colorado, and one in another, and at anTarly hour yesterday morning a -man was lynched in lllnneapolls. la all these cases but cne there is little or no doubt about the guilt of tho -victims, but in one case n man was lynched on suspicion, and in Indiana only a week a?o a man was hanged by a mcb after he had been trkxl by a jury and acquit ted. These violent and lawless pro ceedings raise...

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. — 11 May 1882

EMERSON. Brief Sketch of His LifeHis Lltera U.CrKCr Phl,oophical Works Mia Relfgion. Ralph Waldo Emerson was born in Boston May 25, 18C3. Ho belonged uiluaiicauy 10 the Brahman stock of cw JiDgland, being tho ninth of a line of ministers rmmH both aides. Ilia inother'a maiden name was TIaiklns. His father, the JUr. Hilllam Emf won. rr.s born at Concord in 17C9, and died paste r of the Firs'. ixn3re&iticnal churcli at Boston in 1811. Ho wf.s an accomplished writer, Uio author of tho history of the First Church, and the fditor of a selection of psalms and hymn?. R ilph, like his father, was a graduate of Harvard college. Ho was not among the high est scholars of his clas?, that of 1821, but h's abilities wero proved and re cognized. Ho gained a Bowdoin prize for an essay on the character of Soc rate.s and next year for an e33ay on the Present State of Ethical Philosophy. His popularity was attested by his the tion to the cfll:o of class poet. For fivo years after graduation he as3...

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. — 11 May 1882

SUEttLOCK & mills. Cat'le and hor?e brands a follows: 5 L oa ritfht ide, 3 h m ritfht liJe, MandMLSon rijjht dcr. 1W. nidc. Ilore brand o L on left shoul V.xt maik on 5 L Cattl. 7 in each lUnffP. Snlt Fork and Ldtfe Caief 1. 0., Kiowa, ha?. --1J L. E. ROCK. Indian Creek. JC3 Known as the 1 elf Diamond II Lranu. eame on J left jaw of j'oung I cattle. llrz- P.O. Pond Creek Wagon 1-5 Tcrritroy. Range on I I "V mlopc the right and 1 lJ under slope theleft x- l?.7r.zr I it P. O. Ray more Mo. Win. Llndfcy In charire, Medicine 1011 p. Silt Fork ami Liiglc Chief oooi. i W. II. IIAUKEL- SON On left side. E.-ir mark, over- A. G. SMITH. On richt side. OOn'y young cattle I earmaiked. Kanch on bandc. ea&t of Kiowa. P.fl Ma.i. icine L:dge, Kan. i"C...iT iharpn ot Kobert Oho wen. Additional or""-. u. u uu itn. biuc ight iidfl n right hip. 4 on iTtuip of some i.i toe domestics. v2 41 C Wm. LINDSLY Any place on the animal. Ear mark, crop and two splits in right and one split in left. 1 O. Me...

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. — 18 May 1882

'V COUNTY TERMS: DEVOTED TO THE UPBUILDING OF THE CITY, AND THEJ.LIVE-STOCK INTERESTS OF THE SOUTH-WEST. ' $2.00 PER YEAR VOL. 2. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO.,.ANSAS THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1882. - NO. 50. 1 y v Oaldwoll had a small pox scare week. Thorn aro 7S candid itca for Con gress in Kansas Thcro nro now 3,5S0 miles of railway in Kansas. How is this? Kansas is ex porting hundreds of tons of hay to Illinois. Samuel J. Tildon is about to start a daily paper in liuflalo, Now York. Wellington has organized a board ot trade, and has assumed citified airs. Those Parties engaged in rais ing sill: worms at Pcabody, re port them doing finoly. AftoTrcpouted trials the city of Topeka has at last convicted a n nun for selling liquor. Pittsburg butchers have ad ded tivo ccnti a pound to the price of steak. The Beacon says the latest sui cido at Wichita was caused by iC whiskey and a women." A threo year old. baby in Petersburg, Va weighed just one hundred and forty pounds. Sargent Mason, tho sold...

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. — 18 May 1882

GOING TO PRE83. f Win. A. Jones, foreman of the compos-iriK-rooai of the New Orleans "Time?," recently, jusi oeioro m umhi jib became cousrlou for a moment, and in that gleam, d wiling upon t!:o habit of his life, rio Middmly exclaimed, ' " Tho atfs are an riiu, c:rrnan; lockup iuo luims -ana ici s :o to pr. ss.-j Pel low-man, a moment linger. On the dying printer's speech; .For it t'eirs a weighty lesson, Our unheeding hearts to teach. 'Day by day thou art composing Wha: n universe shall read; Type totypj arn rta.seltsi petting, As thou nddeit deed to deed. Ah. hbvt surely llfu'd full columns, When lU'j hand that set them lic3 Zfixcd In : unbroken stillness, Ticir composer advertise. C3oon the foim.i ar locked forever, Cliiuze e3 rthill th Impression bo; Ssan thy proof in time, O printer; Ttnu ar; near eternity. Aro th "jd" all rifijht, composer ? Art thiu sti-.dlnx Justified? iy now fir dath and Judgment, Their unfold Ing to abide. :So shall thou, at night advance, Orett th unstay...

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. — 18 May 1882

THE WASHINGTON MONUMENT. What is To Bo Done with the New Appropriation. Washington Tot. The apDrovnl hv ii.o Wednesday of the act for another ap propriation for tlio Washington monu mmt has infused enerpy among the vunation anu bomr having n CUarcrO ItS election. A Knm no Ihu fund is availably proposals for hid win U9 issued by the eiiair.p-r. In the meantime Supt. P. II. 'McTnughlin, is hu?y in erecting the iron work in the interior or the shaft, a force of twelve men having hren put on only two dajs apo. In about ten dajs the masons win l.o employed in putting the mariiJe blocks in position The super intendent is contident of addinc seven ty-five feet t' the present height he- iore me nevvar-propriatnui is expended. and thus reaching an -altitude of ,25 feci. Tho summit of tho shaft in its present umiresMl condition, is forty ilv y Fquare, tlie walls heir.g Feven fffe. lick. At the ha-e th monu ment hi fifty-five feet fqu-ire, thin de creasing in its upward courfe at the rate of o...

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. — 18 May 1882

THE INDEX. THURSDAY, MAY IS, 1882. M. I,. MIMU'Y. Alitor and Proprietor- TmM.Hl 82 PER YKAR IN ADVANCE Xotlcc to those Intending to Prove Up On Osage Lands. Hvery individual in this or Comanche rounty, who intends to "prove up" will find it to their advantage to call uron S. J. Shepler, Frobato "Judge. He is the proper person to make out final proof pa pers, and will give full information con CTening late land offlco rulings There is now industry spring ing up in Kansas. A farmer near Eureka, Greenwood county, is raising caslimcro goats. Tho Hutchinson News says tho ncrcago of corn in llcno county, will bo forty per cent more than was ever planted before. Goo. W. Martin, of tho Junc tion City Union, 6cnds us a de scriptive and statistical catalogue of Davis county. It is a splendid showing for that section of tho State. Some ono pasted tar all over county attorney Ilouk's door knob at Hutchinson, tho other night. Ho claims it was insti gated by tho anti-tompcranco clement. Wo learn ...

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. — 18 May 1882

THE IHDEX. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS TllUI!Sn.Y..Mn'. 18. ISS2. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. CapL Kvan, of St. I.oui. was in town last Sabbath. Tom lo!t was on the sick list last week, Imt Is now much bi tter. Geo. Gepprrt l having a well bored on Ills lot, cast of W. F. Moored. Jack CrcvNoii cune up from Kiowa Monday and made its a social call. Yon may look out for a wedding in a very hort time. Indications nil point In that direction. Last S.ibtath was one of the mot Ixi-autifiil days that we ever saw and that Is saying a good deal. Gardner and Jenkins have dissolved partncrshiis and in the fulurc J. 15. Jen kins will "ro it alone' K. F. JJeid, w lio has been Mopping here for some time, intends to return to his liotnu In Illinois, next week. Henry Ul&hocfrr, has quit the cnrp?u tcr and Joiner business and will learn the luolir jerking art of Dr. Yunt. During the house cleaning season there is no place like homo, and that is some thing to be extremely thankful for. On Tuesday K. L. Donahue, ...

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. — 18 May 1882

BARBOUR COUNTY INDEX. M. L. SI1EUPY, Publisher. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS. ITEMS OF INDUSTRY, Cannel coal has been found in Mari on county, Iowa, Cork wood lias been found in great aDundance in Jasper county, Texas, A ranchman lately sold a stock of 14,000 cattle on the Peco3 river. Texas, for 1225,000. The annual production of honey in the United States amounts to oyer 100, 000.000 pounds. Lirge quantities of railroad tics are being shipped from Florida to Mexico and South America for railroads in courso of construction. There were sold in North Carolina last year eighty-live thousand tons of commercial fertilizers, but this year the sales will be much smaller. Tobacco culture is becoming quite an industry in Marion, Alachua, Put nam, Bradford and several other coun ties in Florida, the seed having been brought from Cuba. Tobacco is advancing in price. The Lynchburg, Va., News, of March 26tb, says an old dealer informed the editor that lie never saw it sell higher than it did two days...

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. — 18 May 1882

RAW FOOD. A new ana novel Health Thcorv f .'ew Tort. Timet. nuiaiiwfcu ill uaiiinrni!! Affr sill tliif i . .. . J. ,I,U said con cerning uie irmuences of life in C-tli uiin.tv io 13 ihju iiuio surprising to learn mat tnero should be found ele ments of strength sulllcicnt to "in viKuiuio a movement in that state having for its object tho instruction of ino people in the ii3e of uncooked food. Amon? tho apostles of raw sustenance are air. Isaac Kumfoid, of Uakerfiekl, anu j.ir. J. It. IIInd. -f Fraternia. - and it appear that they have been for some yearn cngad in experiments preparatory to a grand attack against tho ramparts of tho ignorance and ioiiy which compel "women to waste their time in cooking when they are bo much needed to beautify the world with flowers nnd make anew the Garden of Kden." Mr. Itumford con fesses that ho had at first somo doubt a3 to whether broken wheat, eaten raw, init?ht not came serious Indiges tion. On the contrary he discovered Y in it, after a month's...

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. — 18 May 1882

iirn rnmifiii mti "iir l1 ..f" M .. I. .I II l ' r.tZS mills. Cable mi' I lir.ThC Vim.lt ;n f 'Ii)v.: 5 L i.n tuU iide. T ngkt tide, .nd M L S on rcht ;f Hre bnu,. 1 Vft u-m 1 dn. IIt r.iHik on Rl.C.i.l'." in Mih rnr. U u, Sdt Fo.fc -xl Ei;'bl Cji-I Pool. P.O., K'owa. Ka-. 2-t;i L E.R0CK. Kurwn as the. 1 hU Diamond H I ir.nl. f amc on lelt jnw of young cattle. P.O. Pond Creek Binge on Wagon 1 5 rr l:r I r li.ili Cm Tcrritroy. k. W. II II A RIlEL- On left Pl.lft. K ir , mark, over- !o-o t ho right si ml I y y l-'-'l' mm .ir.n,.in ) rt Vf " l,,H,,r slope c 1 1 1 It Win. DiiiImcv I" dial i-'. Medielno Lodge. ,i.-iU Fork ami F.igb ChW-r oool. 31 - - Wm. LIXDSLY Jj Any plieo on the animal. Kir mark, rrp and two Ppltts In right n ml one pplit In left. P. O. MciX- r'nf l.otli. Bunge .Salt Fork ami K?gle thiCf. If f f t F.A.SANBORN. k 1 1 or 1 rat d. on either V ,1 rlV or hip Mme " V , I i nimle I Author 1 VrfV i ovarii. Young 'rr'.Vy iMtt lc on lelt jaw Far mark hall uiulcrcrop in rl'ht un...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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