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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 25 May 1882

TERMS : DEVOTED TO THE UPBUILDING OF THE CITY, AND THELIVE-STOCK INTERESTS OF THE SOUTH-WEST. $2.00 PER YEAR VOL. 2. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1882. NO. 51. 1 ) ' 1 r 1 STATE ITEMS Schuyler CoHax lectures at Em poriaon tho 25th. An Osborn city man has plant cd 1,050 6ilver maplo trees. Thcro will he 4000 acres of cano raised near Sterling this year. The insane assyltim of the Os born county poor farm has burned down. Wichita is about to proceed to tho eroclion of another -carriage factory. According to tho Wa-Keeney World Kansas is indeed a land of wonders A forty-five pound catfish was caught in tho Neosho near Chan uto tho other day. Fruit on tho lowlands was killed by tho black frost Sunday night, Bays tho Alma News. Mrs. E. 1 Thorno is editress and A. S. Thorno is publisher of tho Atwood Pioneer. What is known as tho Texas itch is bothering tho horses a Ood deal below Eureka. . Captain King, tho Santa Fo conductor so badly hurt at Le compton, died 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. — 25 May 1882

THE WALK TO CHURCH. Wo walked to churci together That awect, hriuht summer day My heart wa Ilka a further Th robin hcd in May. "Dear heart I 1 whispeivd to her, And thn a silence it'll. . 1 knew nor how to wo her, Or 1i-jw my love t tell. "Dar hart. this happy morning Wm htart to enm th hill ; W aeo or hear no warniDg Of weariness or HI. W tuny nut iiuv u l sunshine, Atuc this pt'i of ours; Thre w.ll thorn and pitfall3 Hid under brightest tluwers. "It will ho lon-some climbing For u-, If 1 imit miss Tho face whose June-:lrn roses Are sweater tar than tils." 1 gathered fn m th hig'row A rsc and tayo to her; Th fragrant little blossom Wa love's Interpreter. 'You need not climb alone. John Sno n tld ; an 1 then a bird fioared upward, an 1 in heaven Ho told what ho h id heard. Th echo of h:s music Kings in our heartstrings still, As baud in band, my darling, We climb tht loo . s.pP hill, "MAMIE WLLL'S WHITE HAIR. I was invited ton lunch party in one -or the inland cities or Pennsylvania...

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. — 25 May 1882

ITEMS OF INDUSTRY. Good crops of strawberries can be grown on the same land for several years in succession, if well manured and cultivated, but experienced culii vatora eay that less labor ia required and better requite are obtained by pre paring a fresh piece of land, setting uew plants, and cultivating them the entire euinmer, then by producing them from an old bed. Tho yield of wheat and barley last year in Morocco wa fair in quauiity and good in quality. But an usual nono was allowed to be shipped, and in order to prevent seizure by the local sheikhs the farmers have been obliged to hide a great quantity of this grain underground, the amount thus stored throughout the country being calcu lated at something enormous. The interest of sheep husbandry in Kansas has in the last two years in creased r.ipidly. The lwundless ranges of pasture land in the west are just receiving recognition, and sheep are being brought n in largo numbers. Tho increase since March, 1880, has been rapid. ...

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. — 25 May 1882

THE INDEX, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1882. M.L. MIi:ni'V. JUIiior ! Proprietor- A man by the name Wm. Jilooro lias been arrested on charge of murdering old man Cox, of Arl ington township, Reno county, week beforo last. The A. T & S. F. railroad com pany lias been compelled to bor row $5,000,000 in London lately. No wonder they are cutting down expense g. The Hutchinson Herald says a woman was buried alivo thero the other day on suspicion that eho had died of tho cmall-pox, when tho fact was sho had only swooned. In 1S57 there were ten newepa pors published in Kansas ; in 18C0, thirty-two; in 1SG5, l'orty-three ; in 1870, ono hundred and fifty eight, in 1880, two hundred an ninety-seven , and last year, 1881, thero wero three hundred and lortyonc. Tho Leavenworth Times 6ays Hat Masterson has been regaling tho Denver newspaper reporters with old time life in Dodge City, whenjio was city marshal, and had a private grave yard 6taked olF eFpecially for unruly cow 'boys. Arkansas 6ent tho fi...

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. — 25 May 1882

THE IHDEX. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY, MAY. 25. ISS2. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Lots of frtrangcre in town lately. uco. Ocntwrt Is putthiir a new Iron pump In his wdl. tJomc new Hjlcs of culling vanli just n ctlvcil at this office. Bu.Mncsrt is ttill tagtmnt, ant may to continue for voinc time to come. Lrv. IifnjK'y, of Hutchinson, brother of our C!arcnc was here on Monday. U-car j-nicMo, traveling for Murdock Hro's., of Wichita, is in town to-day. As usual. Elm Park was filled lat Sab bath with large crowd of our town- Kimml lovelock, of Kim Mills came In and enrolled his name among the just, Monday. Kld. r Hill is having a small addidtion butlt to the parsonage, to bo used asa sum mer kitchen. On Monday of tills week Kz. Iliirand Kd. Faris sUrted for Arizona. May good luck be their. James Kothwell returned from Dodge City on Tuesday, where he has been work ing at his trade. Henry Durst is rrecting a now building north of Smith's drugstore, which will be used for the post oilice. Advi...

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. — 25 May 1882

BARBOUR GOUNTY INDEX. M. L. SUERPY, Tublisher. MEDICINE LODGE. - KANSAS, MINUK MENTION. Ikoquois has gone amis3 and will be oil the turf for an indefinite time. A surveying party of the Northern Pacific road has gone out from Billings to trace a route to Fort Benton. Fifty six corpses have been taken from a mine in Westphalia in which occurred an explosion of fire-damp. Turc My report of the agricultural bureau places the condition of winter wheat for the entire country at 100. Tun advent of a son in the house hold of Prince William of Prussia makes Queen Victoria a great-grand mother. Evansville. Ind- has made con tracts for eltciric lights in the streets, and expects to complete the system in ninety days. Michael Davitt sends a cablegram to friends in New York, stating that he has private information that he is to be sacrificed to satisfy the vengeance of Irish landlordism, Tub Marquise de Chambrun, with her four children, was escorted to Yomtown by Colonel Peyton and shown the sp...

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. — 25 May 1882

A DEADLY AMBUSH. Miners Falling Victims to the Ari zona Indians. Saota Ie New Mexican. The readers of The New Mexican rememlxT the announcement of the death of John P. Uque, the well known Albuquerque lawyer, who was Killed recently Lear Clifton, Arizona. Yesterday morning his remains passed up tho read, acc mpanied by his grief stricken wife and one or two other persons. T. F. Conway, of Sante Fe, came up also as far as the junction, where he took the other train for this city. He iriiu or his leturn, a reporter of the New Mexic.tn called upon him and learned the particulars of the lamented Itiaque. They re as follows: Tho decraafd had j;one over to Clifton on business a few clays before the unfortunate event, and while there made arrangements to visit some min ing property about seven mile3 from the town. Four others, all old mining men, went with him. Tho party was, to all intents and purposes, unarmed, and consisted of Messrs. J. It. Ma pruder, Prescott, Frisk, Slos3on, and Itis...

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. — 25 May 1882

mills. Cattle and horse Wa.ids a follow-: J L ou tiirht nidc, :t I a rifcht side. and M L S on IN right nidc. Howe bmnd .f I on left shoul der. Vat mark on 5 L CUlI, 7 in each ear. R intr. S ilt Folk and Ealp Coiff Tool. 1 0.. Kiowa, Ka?. 2-13 il J 1 inllii Territroy. Creek. 1 : "A I M On lEir Cr&9 L. E.ROCK. Known as the 1 j.f Llamond I! l i aril. tfime on left jaw of youn cattle. P.O. Fond Creek Ranee on Wnjron 1-5 II. HARRFX- H)V, left mark. side. over- l "" 'lope tlio right and 1 . J I 'Mider slope the Wt f !lrrULP. O. Riymore Mo W in. Llndev in ciinrirp. Medicine Lode. S ilt Fork and Eagle Chief nool. 31 C.-3 Wm. LINDSLY .y Any place on me animal, i-ar mark, crop and twn attlita In rlehr V f and- one split in j-a k-ft. P. O Medi j lno Lode. lUngc Salt Fork and Eagle Chief. v'J 31 A. G. SMITH. Oa rijrbt side. fMJn'y younp cattle CT!Ri J tarmaiked. Ranch on zariov. east ol I K:owh. P.O. Med- l r i i ft I igK eide -icine L;d:e. Kan. Cattle in cnaftf oi Robert Ohowen. A-Mitiona...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 1 June 1882

, J .-'v.. . . ..... . BARBOUR 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, JUNE i, 1882. NO. 52.. a: ' STATE ITKJLS. Thoro aro 25 telephones in use at Winfield. ' Wichita is getting to bo quite a wool market. It is proposed to sink a $10,- 000 fish-pond at Wyandott. Kirwin fashionable young men wear poll back pantaloons. A Neosho Falls young lady can whistlo like a mocking bird. Sedan, Chautauqua county, is Boon to have an opera house. Ten thousand Odd Fellows mako tho hearts of Kansans glad. There is somo talk of President Arthur visiting Bismark fair this fall. Fifty-four counties in Kansas aro represented at the agricultur al college. Tho Caldwell Commercial wants a 6ignal service station located at that place. A little child at Garnett swal lowed tho contents of a bottlo of turpentine. An unknown man dropped dead at tho railroad depot, La...

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. — 1 June 1882

FOR DECORATION DAY. Softly breathe, O winds of spring, Bend above bright summer sky, Silent night your dewdrops bring, Where our fallen heroes lie; They who, when the column reeled, Shattered by the rifle's blast, Rallied still on many a held, hweet repose have found at last. Murmur gently, wind of spring, Starlit nights your dewpropn bring; Jlrightly smile, O summer sky, . Where our fallen heroes lie. Now thfl woary march is pat; Sounds of strif; and tumult cease; Sheltered from each stormy blast, JJrothf r. rest ye, rest in peace; Hero our Hag Its watch shall keep, OVr the way-worn soldier' bd. While the years of dreamless sleep Close above his weary head. Comrades, rest. In summer's glow; lUj-it, while storms of winter olow; Trumpet' call nor battle's roar lireak your slumbers nevermore. Murmur gently, winds of spring, Starlit night your dewdrops bring; lirizhtly smile, O summer sky, Where our fallen heroes He. O. 11, Ormsby. MISS DEMAR. lam Clotilde, Miss D em ax's maid, if you ...

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. — 1 June 1882

DIED SHOUTING. A Negro Woman Seized with Relic qmi J?Cr ttraical cene occurred nw7 in the colored Baptist MhJf:ulsvll!e PrWed oyer by r'7' YY1 wnicn ended in the death of Eliza Douglas. The church, cays The Co uner-Journal, is one of the largest and most flourishing ones in the city, and every Sunday, at morning and evening service, the church Is packed tsita utmost capacity. Elder Gaddie, who has the reputation of being a very impressive speaker, among the colored folks, generally works his hearers up to the shouting" pitch, and many a sister glvej vent to the pent-up religious feelings or her soul through the mediun of an old-fashioned religious shouting spelL At nearly every service these practices were in dulged in by the members, who seem to hold It as a means of expressing their piety, and always seem relieved after the spell Is over. Some time ago uougias, who lives on Jefferson street, between Seventh and Eighth, went to hear Elder Gaddie preach. She was much affected by the...

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. — 1 June 1882

THE INDEX. Til U USD AY, JUNK 1, 1SS2. II. L. Mll.ItPV. Illlor nul Proprietor. TlU.tlSl 82 Villi YEAK IN ADVA XIX James Vick, the world renown ed seed man and florist, died.at his homo in Kochester, New York, week before last . CATTLE FOtt SALE. I oiler (or sale my herd of cattle and ponies, branded von mi: 3. Willi this number the Ixncx enters upon the third year of its existence. Two years is not a very long existence, but much may be said and done in this length of time. For one hundred and four weeks tho Indkx has Qonveyed to its readers the intelligence of the doing of tho world at large, and kept them posted on home events. Some men might fee! satisfied with tho result of our two years' labor but wo are not. Wo feel that tho immense amount of work Wohavo done for Barbour county in general, and tins vicinity in particular, has not been properly appreciated. Wo feel that wo should not bo compelled to take a back 6eat in the newspaper field, 'simply because wo aro so unfortunate ...

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. — 1 June 1882

V r THE INDEX. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS TIIUHSDAY. JUNR. 1. ISS2. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. The rounl up party will meet on Sand t?rcek cut of town, on the 12th inH, for the liml round up of the county. At the Court House On Saturday cvenln; Geo. Gepicrt Is laving a cellar dii" for new residence. Frank Fisher came up from the Terri tory last Habbath. Mr Watson, from Comanche county, nx.-nt bstbobboth in the city. Live within your income. IVa terribly bard work to live without it. , lies has new jxtfatocs the Jlrst of Ihc season. They are nice ones. JeRsp Evans was in town last Sunday for the first time in a number of weeks. D. M. Cannlchael and family have re moved to their ranch in the Tcrri co ry. Mrs. II. A. Bailey is expected back from New Hampshire about the 15th of this month. , John HJjetUis and wife returned from Topcka and Kansas City last Friday night. , Strawberries liave touched bottom prices. The bottom of the boxes are as high as iisual. Dick Lee is expected home from Ar kansas ...

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. — 1 June 1882

BARBOUR COUNTY INDEX. 21. L. SHERPT, Publisher. MEDICINE LODGE. KANSAS. THE CENTER OF POPULATION. Tracing Its Course Westward 81nce the First United 8tates Census. Vrw Tork Tntmne. A volume recently issued from Ihe census office, embracing a portion of the statistics gathered at the enumera tion of 1880, contains, among many valuable maps illustrating the distribu tlon, density, and character of popula tion, a diagram which shows how the center of population has shifted from decade to decade since 1700, in its steady march westward. What statis ticians understand by the term center of population, it may be well to explain, is the point at which equilibrium would bo reached wero the country taken as a plane surface without weight, but capable of sustaining weight, and the inhabitants distributed over it in num ber and position as they are found at the period under consideration, each inhabitant being supposed to be of equal weight, and consequently to ex ert pressure on the pivotal p...

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. — 1 June 1882

WHAT IS GOING OH lh THE SKY. The New CometSun SpotsMove mentsof Planets. NcwTorJcEaa. Tho cloudy weather which prevailed auK most or last week interfered iuusiywitn the watch that the aa- u-onoraers are keeping upon the new turner, it u a total stranger, and no body knows what to expect from it. .bvcry effort to identify it with any previously seen comet ha failed, it is now within about six weeks of its perihelion, and, although it is not visi ble to the naked eyo.it still gives prom ise of making a brilliant display in June. The great sun spots that were visi ble near the center of tho disk a fort night ago, and which are believed to have been connected with the auroral displays that began on the night of the lUih Inst, have disappeared, having been carried out of sight by the revolu tion of the sun. Whether they will fitlll be visible when the same side of tho sun is presented to us again cannot be foretold with certainty, though it is not unlikely that they will bo seen again in...

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. — 1 June 1882

C.J SHERLOCK & ripht drr. nr. Poof. Cattle and horse w I brands a follows : J ,r L on tiirht Hide, :t I n ritfht Ride, idc. Ilorfcc bnnu L on leftshoul Kir ni.uk on ZlAUuU,! in each Knc-, S ilt Fork- and K.tgle Cni-f T. O., Kiowa, Ka. 2-.:j (I 1 vr hdl hi Territroy. Ruigc ("reck. L. E. ROCK. fJ Known as the I l ull Diamond J I tniul. hMiie on lelt jaw of young cattle. P.O. Pond Creek on Wagon 1-5 w. ii. iiaim.ix- On left murk. side. over- "i j '' I lopc the right and 1 J lf under nlope the left 22:E2l&l O. Uaymore Mo. U in. Llnd.-oy in charge. Midieino Lodge. lit Fork and Kaglc C hief iol. 31 C3 Wm. LIXDSLY Any place on the animal. Ear mark, crop and two splits in right and one split in left. 1. O. Medi cine Lodc. Range Salt Fork and Kngle Chief. L iQv A I " F.A.SANBORN. Known as Anch or brand, on either fide or bin. Kornc (branded Anchor f reversed, Young Seattle 5 on lelt jaw Far mark hall nndercrop In right tin derhaek in left. Kanch on Wagon creek. P O Fond creek, Indian...

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. — 8 June 1882

BARBOUR vn lux. TERMS : DEVOTED TO THE UPBUILDING OF THE CITY, AND THE LIVE-STOCK INTERESTS OF THE SOUTH-WEST. $2.00 PER YEAR VOL. 3. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY,. JUNE' 8, 182. NO.l. STATE ITEMS. Iuka lias sinking school onco Week. Wyandotto claims a poulation twelve thousaD. i Marshal claims a half dozen bi; ger liars than Eli Perkins. bcvoral casesof small-pox aro reported in Ottawa county. ; w J n field's new Baptist church was decorated last Saturday.--' Nearly all the towns ia Kansas are supporting select schools. aujjjuiiu wji duuu iwo now school houses this summer to cost 312 000 Tho population of Fort Scott, as returned by tho assessors lor 1882, is bjib'J. Tho Coffey villo Journal says the nhcop industry in that vicinity is is growing fast. i Tho Emporia Rifols will cele brate tho fourth ot July in a bo-. coming manner. Tio Walnut river has been on a big boom, being thirty feet above low water mark. Sedgwick county has wiped out its railroad indebtedness ...

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. — 8 June 1882

A. BARBOUR COUNTY INDEX. IT. L. SHEItPY, Publisher. MEDICINE LODGE, - KANSAS. MINOR MENTION, Oscar "Wilde is writing a book on the education of children. Gen. Grant and lira. Grant expect to pass a lew days at Galena during June. Waltiiam, Mass., has set out a memorial elm to Emerson, and will erect a tablet. Mrs. A. T. Stewart has placed a Garden City cottage at Bishop Little- john'a disposal. The Rev. James Freeman Claxke is expected to arrive at home from Europe about August 1. An eastern paper has the temerity to call Dr. Loring "the Washington JEithete of Agriculture." D. Kremelbeho, who died at Balti more, had been Austrian consul at that port for twenty-six years. Charles Bukdett, a dwarf from Damascus, Md., who has been travel ing with a circus, died at Pontiac, Mich. Agents of the khedive state that he desires the English and French squad rons to remain in Egyptian waters for the present The Land-leaguers of New York are securing signatures to a petition to the president fo...

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. — 8 June 1882

. THE r.OMAH F,OnUM. Progress cf the Excavations-Laying are tho Interesting PUco. XUoq Adte.-uscr Home Letter. The torum excavaiiona are attracting a great deal of attention. In a few months thcni will be no mysterious mounds of earth to provoke the specu lations of the learned tourist. The whole apace is to be uncovered from the BasUici Julia to the Arch of Titus. Becalll, minister of public instruction, 13 pushing the work on, not with the quiet deliberation' of au archaeologist, but with the feverish impatience of a public cfflcbl who knows that his hold on his position - and powei is very frail and wl-.o wishes to give to his term of ofllce the stamp of a great public work. The Pantheon excavations were finish ed and opened to tho crowd on the birthday of Home the 21st of April. I cJambernl up the little narrow wooden ataircaso that leads from the subter. rancans to the remains of the rooms at the summit in company with a true Korean crowd that made the frail stair way tremble s...

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. — 8 June 1882

mn XED ?. ; Z: :,i I ) I ; ZzlzzZlzs to Trcto Up ''Til- 111... i rn :-rr i - I'll -! ! -;V : THURSDAY, JUNE 0, 1EC2. mm POT TEAB W IhoUilsn cemetery is in a very bad ocn- dltKD. Prorpecvon are looking for coal near G.ant (Mt. The BcthUDj Dro&dax sends forth a weekly fopplement.- ' llmiro Citj Quicksteps base ball nino tat the Clarance Clippers. II. M. Bq barker has re-pnrchaesd a half interest in the 8 Ab Indr. FUttsburp is awaicninff to the ad ran taes of some kind of city government 1 V Kearney Preby tenons bare soli their sanctuary to their Metbcdut neighbors. The project of a telegraph lino from D-nrer to Aldany and Grant City, is being talked op. A meeting of the business men of James town, Cloud county, a point on the Crntrial Branch road, -was held on the 3oth init. for the purpose of Uking steps to secure the location of some reliable man fat that place to handle the pain now nearly ready to be haryetted. Buffalo Bill is Betting to be as good an adrertiser as any nf the ...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
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