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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 8 June 1882

MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY. JUNE, 8. 18S2. - LOCAL NEWS-ITEMS. Come Everybody, And Celebrate Ths Fourth of Jaly. Lane Fisher Is now in town. Don't forget the social to-night. Kctie HcCicarcy Is helping us this wek. KlrbyHralh Is up from the round-ups this week. Onr comet band Is practicing for the fourth of July. The new poet ofllce nearly completed. building Is Tery The first peaches of the season the 0. K. restaurant. are at The song of the reapers and the harvest 111 soon tw heard In the land. There were a good many boys up from the round ups this week. .,. John ShnCcr Is now staying at the Mc Lnlu House acting as chlef cook.w We are under many obllgationto Ed. tiimplo for valuable assistance rendered this week. Wo aro very sorrv to announce that ilrs. D. Updegraffhas been very ill for the past two weeks. We neglected to mention in our last week's paper that Mrs. peo. D. Omer had returned home. Miles Bros, say that they have disposed of about 300 head of their ponies, which ...

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. — 8 June 1882

ru A HARVE8T 80NQ. VTIth beauty crowned, the bearded grain Ba.t in tne harvest sun ; The nurture needed for us growth Frim counties sources won. Thu cool winds kl3ed tho eolden heads, The sv Ws bend soft and blue ; And whiln men altep, celestUl hands Shike down the balmy djw. And day by day. In rain and shine, ltd story swett l told Of Him whose tender love a,nd care Tha helpless world enfold: . For the old Jadran mracle Each year is wrnus.'it again; With his own hand th Master gives lire ad to the cons 01 men: And n-ver, whllw the rainbow spans Th storm cloud' ml.ty trdl, 3 ha! I seed-time with its promise cease, Nor harvest-blesslDg fall! Mary D. Sleight. -WHAT CAME OF A PICNIC, SUMMER OF '69. IN THE "Decidedly the happie3t day of all this happy vacation, and now to have .it spoiled by riding home, packed like sardines io a box in a hot car. is too much' for my eiuinlmity. It will take overy particle of poetry out of me, and I shall return to the llub' to-morrow in Ju3t as common ...

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. — 8 June 1882

Y t ) "BONANZA'1 FARMING, D.fTicultles Liable to Attend the Man acement cf Large Farms Devoted to Specialties. Chicago Tlmra. During the past few years there has been a disposition on the part of many persons to eugage in different branches of farming on a very extensive scale. In come instances splendid success has been obtained and very largo profits realized. Almost without exception these very large farms have been de TOted to some speciality. In a few cases cotton or hops has been the crop raised, but in a great majority of in stances exclusive attention has been given to wheat. California and Dakota furnishes numerous examples of large farms devoted to this eimple crop. These farms, from the novelty that at tends them, have attracted great at tention. They have been described in nearly every paper in this country and in Europe. They have been visited by traveleia, tourfcLi and persons in quest of reliable information in regard to tho methods of management and the prof its real...

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. — 8 June 1882

SHERLOCK & MILLS. A J Cattle and bowe 1 ra-ids a follow: . L tight eide, L ir right fide. and M L S cn Tight ide. Hore l rrjl u on leiUneui dT. F.ir ma'k on 5 L Catil-. 7 in oach .or. R.ncf Silt Fork nod h? Cbiff tki. r. o.. KW4. Ka. 2-i;j H. HARL'EL- SON, V )v. I on ! ft .... lK:r mark. side. over- v " Hlnpe the right and 1 a JomWelope tin loft frfoSTlT.-MjlP. O. Ray more Mo Win. .tnil.-v in churg. Mrdieinc Lodge. laWlt Fork nnd K.iglc Chh'f uool. at C Win. LINDSLY " Any puce on the animal. Ear murk, crop and two split in right and one 8plit in Jeff., i. O. M (Mu rine Lodo. Range Salt Fork and Eagle Chief, v- ji L. E.R0CK. Known as the half Diamond R brand, on either hip or side. Ron left jaw or neck of young stock. Ear mark. I lfutirirrcrop In loti and nndrrli.ick In right. Horse brand, tarn on right hip. Range and rand. ugmi Creok. P. O. Fond Creek Ind. Territory. 1-5 ll" v " F.A.SAHBORN. JtJ Known nsAnch f y or brand, on either V "I ?ide or hip. pome I " it branded Anchor ! ...

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. — 15 June 1882

- n- t. BARBOIIB COUNTY 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 15, 1882 NOi 2. J HE IHDEX. An Eight Paire, 48 Colnmn Paper. Published Every Thursday, V-AT- MEDICINE LODGE HARBOUR JCOUXTY, KAS. 2L L. SIIEKPV, Editor Proprietor iAvrx to.iitmMu Nnv.srArLitis 2. If subscriber a move to other place without informing tho publishers, and the paper is sent to their former direction, thry are responsible. 2. It subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from thecmco or place to which they are sent, they are rcsponsi bio until they settle bills and givo notice to discontinue 3.. Tho courts have decided that refus ing to take a paper from the office, or re trying and leaving it uncalled for, ia prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. 4. Any person who receives a newspa per and makes use ot it, whether he has ordered it or not, will bo held in law to be a s...

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. — 15 June 1882

BARBOUR COUNTY INDEX. M. L. S HERPY, Publisher. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS. ITEMS OF MTEEE5T. Arizona grain-fields are nearly ready for the reaper. Claim-jumping has commenced in "Wood River, Idaho. Montana is making large shipments of potatoes to the east. There will be thirty steamers on Lake George this summer. A single rbbit of a fancy breed was recently sold in England for 200. More than 300,000,000 postal cards are used every year in this country. Copper ore can bo shipped from Arizona to Baltimore for 118.25 per ton. The Cirson mint rate for One silver has been reduced to j$1.14 8-10 per ounce fine. Within the year the mines of Ari zona territory have paid nearly f 1,000, 000 in dividends. A century plant eighteen years old is preparing to blossom in a flower gardtn at Wataonville, Cal. It is proposed to have an old-fashioned celebration at Winchester, Va, the coming Fourth of July. Seth Green found 1,500 blackflies in the stomach of the first North woods trout he caught this yea...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 15 June 1882

THE BIGGEST BRIDGE YET. How an Enthusiastic Frenchman Proposes to Unite England and France. rrU Cor. London News. In a few days England will receive the visltof a htghly-lntfcllieeiit foreign er wjio will have in hii pocket a won derful picture of a bridge- across the channel between Folkestone and Cape Oriznez. It will be the moat perfect bridge of its kind ever put on pap?r. Its twenty three miles or so of length will exhibit lurtuy varieties of style. Some parts will bo tubular, some iron framework open to the sky, and aorr again viaducts of ni.voiiry. Beneath these you will see (in the picture) ships in full biii! Great AmlraU beruing the queen's flig gliding proudly ULder the tall arches, aud tiny ilahing-bo its mak lng theli way with equal ease through tho lower doorways in the shallows. Tiio archt will rest iometimea on the sea bottom, sometimes on an artiilcial foundation of loose ston?, t.r on a couple of submaririo islands which nature has mot obligingly placed in this ver...

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. — 15 June 1882

THE -IHDEX. UDTRII.ASY JUNE 15 , 1882 n. U. KIIEIU'Y. Editor and Proprietor TFIMlfti 83 PE TEAK IJf ADVANCE RAMBLING QUILL SIIOVEIIS. Agreeably to notice, the Press Ass., of Kans., met at Lawrence, on tho 5th lost. After tho trans action ot business, including the admission of quite a nnmber of now members, wo wore treated to an eloquent and practical lecture from tho pen ot tho editor of the Denver Tribuno, delivered by a gentleman ot Topeka, MrHoth aker being unfortunately detained at home, but providing an excel lent elocutionary substitute. At 10 p. m. tho meeting ad journed to a beautifully decora ted hall, whero tho social club of Lawrence, tendered thepiests of tho city tho highest treat in tho way of a ball and banquet that 'twas ever our lot to attend. A full orchestra in attendance made tho night speed without a sign of weariness in entertainers or en tertained. On Tues. the excur sionists wero conveyed in car riages to various points ot inter est about the city flouring m...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 15 June 1882

T7TTTT7 TWnmr MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY. UUNE, 15.,18S2. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. The round tip jvarty over cast of the city. ' Is now working A. J. Johnson, of Soring Vale. Pratt comity, was In town this week. Miss Bird IJlalrof tilgoumcy-, Iowa, is . visiting the family of J. 31. Shcrpy. J. D. Vaughn came In this wet k and sub scribed for another copy of the Index to send to friends in Missouri. Hie index Is Lite this week on account of the absence of the editor until List Saturday, and a shortage of help. Don't forget that S. Strom? will sell yoti stock in any quantity to suit, lie still lias a number of head left. JuT Lake cauw la this morning and subscribed forjt. copy of the Index to be ent to Colvin L'ruit, hlanoo Texas. Mr. Mulkcy luw made two vMU to luka the result of which,!- the organization of a church of 19 member with prospects good. Married, at jtho McLulu Holisc, this morning, by S. J. Shepler, Probate Judge, Mr. I). Y. Phye to Miss Dora 15. Hicks, of IIurxcr. Miss De...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 15 June 1882

I OFTEN WONDER WHY 'TI3 SO. Sonif) find work where smo find rest, And ro th weary world goes on ; I utmttraes won Icr whlc!i Is ben? Tho answer orac when life Is gone. Some eye If p when s imo eyes wake, And s the drrr nlzht hours co: Oorae heirti Nat where some hearts brea ; I often wonder why 'us so. omo wills f Int where som- wills fight somn lov the rent ana some, tho held I often wonlr who.re. riant Tho ones who btrlve or tho le win yield ? 3ora hand f M wheo ohrr hands Anj I if Us 4 bravely ! the strife; An1 ho thid' aen and tnro lands AIovo oa the f.v j cr'.ie.ac3 cf life. tfomt? ft halt where some f-t tread, lu tire) march, u tiiorny way: .btno Htru.'frh on wh re som have fled Sjme seek when ot.',crs shun the fray Some sword rust wh re others clash Stino fall b ick wh-ro s ra move on iiome tutt furl where others Hash Until the battlo Ins ben won. tioixj slo.'p on whilr others keep Tho vigils of Uif true and brave; They will not rust till rois creep Around their nauit; above ...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 15 June 1882

TRAVELING SHAD, How a Million and a Half of the Fish Were Transported to Missouri and Texas Waters. A car load of white shad arrived at St. Louis from the United States por erntu(nt hatcheries' at Washington. There wp one million and a half of shad in the car. Tney were in milk cans, tach of which it i3 estimated held twenty-thousand uh. The car contain ing them, sajs the Globe Democrat, re mained in the Union depot yard until last evening, when it was started over the Iron Mountain road foi Texas. L ist night no less than 250,000'of the dish were dropped into the Black and Big rivets, in this .state. The remain der of the lot 0 to Texa. where, at Jefferson, half will be deposited in the R?d river, and at Fort Worth, Tex., whexe the remainder will be given their freedom in the Trinity river. Only ft little whilo ago shad were de posited in the Ouachita river, near Arkadelphia, Aik., and these flih are now being caught in that stream near Hot Sprinpp. The car which brought thene fish...

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. — 15 June 1882

1L-.iiiii " toe sherlock & mills. Cuttle and bom brands a follow: .r L on Tiirht ide, Vlin ri'ht side. nDJandMLSon right 'de. Ilnr brand i on leftshoul dei. F,vr tnatk or 5LCauK7 in each r. It inir. Salt Fork and Eagle Chief Pool. I. O., Kiowa, Kan 2-43 W. On left sldfc. Kar mark, over- Igllt HDll c the lft m ; ywi r. i. nay more Mo Win. Llhdscv in charge. Medicine Lodge. Salt Fork and Kaglc Chief" iool. 34 i Islop.j the r 1 Jf imd!r Klopi iLLiZsil&I'. ). Ravr II. HAukEL- SON cine IIk-thief. Cep- Win. LINDSLY Any place on j the animal. Ear I mark, enp and two upliu In right and one split in loft. P. O. Mcdi- lUnge Salt Fork and Eagle v 'J 31 L. E.R0CK. Known as the 1 1 nl r Diamond R brand, on either hip or side. Ron It'll jaw or neck of young stock. Kar mark, h .If undercrop In lcli and undcrhack In right. Horse brand, amc on right hip. Range and ranch. M'ngori Creek. P. O. Pond Creek Ind. Territory. 1-5 F.A.SANBORN. IV II Wt It t or brand, on cither tide or hip ome branded...

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. — 29 June 1882

BARBOUR ' A DEVOTED TO THE UP BUILDING OF THE CITY, AND THE LIVE-STOCK INTERESTS OF THE SOUTH-WEST. $2.00 PER YERA VOL. 3. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR' CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1882. i. NO 4 1 t : s i the index; Ai Eight Page, 48 Colnmn Paper, Published Every Thursday, AT MEDICINE LODGE I1AIIIIOUR COCXTY, KAS. M. L. KIIERPT Editor & Proprietor tAW I'OXCEIIXIXU NEWSPArEILS. 1. If iubacribeia move to other places . . I ; il. i t i .i -vTiuioui iniurmmg lue puousners, ana ine paper is Bent to their former direction, they are responsible. 2. It Bubscnbers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the cfllce or place to which they are sent, they are responsi ble until they settle bills and give notice to discontinue. 3. The courts have decided that refus ing to take a paper trotn the office, or re moving and leaving it uncalled for, 19 prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. 4. Any person who receives a newspa per and makes use ot it, whether h nas ordered it or not, will be ...

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. — 29 June 1882

A GREAT MAN. The oai b gmt, and he alone, Who eerres greatness not his own, For neither praise nor pelf; Cor, rent to know and be unknown, Whole In himself. SYongtf that man, he only strong. To whosa well-ordered will belong, For nenrlee and delight, All powers tha: In face of Wrong Establish Klght. -And free he 1 and only he, Wfio,frni his tyrant passions free, Ur fortune undismayed, dlAUi power upon himself, to bo JJy nimself obeyed. If su:h a man there be, where'er ineath thn sun and moon ho fare, lie cannot fare amHs; Ort Nature htth hi 33 In her care, Jler cause Is his. Oiccn Meredith. OLD DAN. Farmer Ilenderson came in from the turn one morning with his hands and clothes wet and covered with mud, lila faco red and his eyes flashing. "NedP he shouted, as he entered the kitchen Where's Ned ?" "Here I am!" came a cheery voice in reply; and an instant after a bright, . strong boy of some ' sixteen years en tered the old-fashioned, country kltch - m from the adjoining wood-3hed, wh...

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. — 29 June 1882

ST. GOTHARD'S TUMjEL Featurts of the Great Work and What It May Accomplish. London Tim a. f . M . iwwiu aiier a eeriea of diplomatic Qi3iutc3 which very nearly hastened by a twelvemonth the outbreak of the x ranco-uerman war, that this porten tous work of the St. Gothard railway aa undertiken, and after a little less than ten years exertions brought to a happy termination; and it is quite cer tain that it is to the influence of the genius of Cavour and of tne strong will and good fortune of Bismarck that wo are indebted to the first, for its initiative; to the latter, for its ac complishment; for the work would not have been undertaken noleas Italy had 'engaged to bear more than half the ex .pense. and it would not have been per severed in had not Bismarck got the beat of Swiss dissensions and of Aus trian and French opposition. By such marvelous chains of events are mau'd designs ultimately matured. Tnere is, however, also no doubt that in point of magnitude, u-efulnesa, and import...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 29 June 1882

THE INDEX. TIIUKSDAV, .MINK 4J th 1SS2 M. I.. ftlll:itlV. Jailor aikI Iroprl-lir- 1 I.IC.MHt t3 li;it YI-.AK IN ADVA.MC 4 - nroiit jias been careening around in ino north-west, and was caught in bmith county. Mrs. Jesso James attempted to enter tlio lecture field, but found miu was a miscrablo failure, and quit. -Andrew Iiraden stolo a span of funics in Crawford county from Moses Rcdfern. Tho AntMInrRft Thief association took tho matter in handand lodged Andy in jail. A cat at Lamed awakened a family by her cries in timo for them to savo tho house from burn. ing. Money couldn't buy her now. One of tho interesting features of tho celebration at Topeka on tho 1th, will bo tho marriage of a couple in a balloon. The novel ty of tho thing will sftact a great crowd. It i.f likely tho immenso harvest now being gathered will force tho holders of old wheat to send it to market beforo tho price goes down, and that they aro commen cing to do so is indicated by tho present wheat movement. Old m...

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. — 29 June 1882

THE IHDEX. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY. JUNK, 20. 1SS2. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Conic to Met liciuo Lol-'e on the Itli. Kig time. lm-ru wens tUVxn went cast on the ttie Mom lay. Come to Miilicluc Lh! on the f tit, if yon want to rnjoy yonrslw.. T. L. 0Hry:ui was ijniU; ill the first of the wwk, hut in now m arly well. Mrs. N. (J. McCIuro rvtumi-tl from lier Indiana t one eu-iiiii lat week. Will Schmidt Ivm hcvn trying range life for :i week or two. Jle don't like it borne. J. IJ. Jenkins w;u up to Turkey Creek mill lat week, on business, and took oeca Mon to Uit tin city of luka. The mite society hi Id at the residence of J. W. McN'ral, on lat Fridiy nl-jlit, was a ery enjoyahl' alKiir Indeed. Clarence Kmy went to llncthinson this week for a little recreation. He will rc tnrn the l itter iart of the week. "Slim Jim" Kily,of Hutchinson, was in the Lode one liy tins week. Fortunate ly no accident jH cnrrnl this time. We did a nice job of istcr work lat u vi for N. IS. Cardiicr. Come to ...

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. — 29 June 1882

BARBOUR COUNTY INDEX. IX. L. 8QERPY, Publisher. MEDICINE LODGE, - KANSAS. MINOR MENTION. A cablegram from Paris announces the death of General do Cissey. The tannery at Iuka, Miss., makes $100,000 worth of leather each year. Tub failures reported for, the past week were 104, in which groceries and liquors led. Labor upon the Rlchburg (N. Y.) oil-fields declines and will' probably soon fail altogether. George IL Chapman, of Indian apolis, a state senator, and during the war a brevet major general, is dead. Reports from sixty points in north em Minnesota and Dakota are highly favorable in regard to the wheat crop. Ttiere has not been a pound of beef in the market at Snow Hill, Worcester county, Md., for the past three weeks. A commission has been appointed by the governor of Yucatan to study the means of attracting foreign emi gration. At Tampa the cattle trade is brisk. Cattle are being concentrated near Tampa from all parts of southern Florida. Tiiere is a tree known by the name of ...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 29 June 1882

f 7 I il i f i THE WELCOME GULL .A TJ . ! a. v w,,cn no Cams On Provi Tt Lake Herald. f, thl3 countrj has more genu too affection than the utterly valS -in a marketable sense v?J . . a fr pett bir was quite -A.MV the present iXT t ctf 1C 13 8tated tha only "wwuwere iriero so many. In tho Delda a few mllej below this city, a cetc or two ago, thousands of them could bo seen. They followed the piowman along the furrow, and were iuiU36 as lame as chickens. Wherever ' thcro was a newly plowed field, there juu couia see the gull, and as fast as a Ji 13. Was turneJ UP the birds would Jj behind the plowman and commence uuvounng tne insects which were thus exposed to sight. They seemed per it-cuy leaneas. And they have good reason to bo fearless here, for the warmer looks on them as his friend, . and-thoy seem to understand fully that Tin 4t.. - . a ..... u v. In lUaC "Rat. They fly , uwut mm, within three or four feet, and while, perhapj, unwilling to aubmit to being caught, they will allow...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 29 June 1882

V f 'ft r to1 SI1KKL0CK & MiLLS. Cattle and horat? brands as follow: 5 L on tirfht side, ft L n riht side, RjQandM LSon right puU. Home brand L on left shoul der. Ear nuik on 5 L C-tl. 7 in acl. Pr. U.nr Salt Fork and Lale Chi-i 1W. I. 0.. Kiowa. Kh. W. H I1ARREL- SOX. i 1 1 wf n!r .lyMr. p. o. iuy On left fdde. Kjt mark, over loi the right mil He th iit rnort Mo Wm l.lmlnrv In rlHrir. Medicine Lodze. .tlt Fork nnl Ragle ClilT iool. .H ST" cine rrl lnlo. f. Win. LINDSLY Any plicc on the animal. Ear tn:irk. cron and two split in right and one split In left. P.O. Med i- Range Salt Fork and Kagle C,J L. E. ROCK. t9 brand r 2 half Known as thn half Diamond II brand, on n left j:iw. or lialf dia mond on neck (iit uhle) of young ftock. diamond R right Horse Inn. Kar mark, half undcrrrop In let and underhack in right. Horse brand, fame on rlsrht hip. R'ing and ranch. Wagon Creek. P. O. Pond Creek Ind. Territory. 1-5 . A.G.SMITH. 3 On n'Kht side. Oa'y young cattle earmaiked. Ranch on Sa...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
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