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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 7 July 1882

BARBOUR INDEX. TERMS : DEVOTED TO THE UP BUILDING OF THEtITT, AND THEUVE-STOCK INTERESTS OF THE SOUTH-WEST. $2.00 PER YEAS VOL. 3. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO. KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 7,4882. NO, 5 i t THE IHDHX. Ad Eight Page, 48 Column Paper. Publiahed Every Thursday, AT v MEDICINE LODGE HARBOUR COUNTY, KAS. Jij the INDEX 99 Publishing Company i aw co.li:iiiu ni:wniaii:us . 1. If subscribers move to other places without informing the publishers, and the paper is sent to their former direction, they are responsible. 2. It subscribers neRlcct or refuse to take their paptrs from the cfllce or place to which they are sent, they are responsi ble until they settle bills and (rive notice to discontinue. 3. The courts have decided that refus ing to take a paper lrom the office, or re moving and leaving it uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. 4. Any person who receives a newspa per and makes use or it, whether he has ordered it or not, will be held in law to be a subsc...

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. — 7 July 1882

BARBOUR COUNTY INDEX. If. L. SHERPY, Publisher. , MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS. MINOR MENTION. Major William Nolson, U. S. A., died at Columbus barracks. Kate Kane has been permitted to practice In the United States circuit court at Milwaukee. TnERE are thirty-eight gmall-pox patients in the Chicago pest-house, the lowest number for eighteen months. A race for $5,000 a side was run at Salt Lake, between Red Boy and Wild moor, the former making 1 miles in 2:41. Tiie failures reported for the past week throughout the country number cd 95, of which the western states led with 29. All the anthracite coal companies of Pennsylvania have made a volun tary advanco of 10 per cent In the pay of miners. Large herds of cattle are arriving at Dodge City, Kan., and it is estimat ed that within a space of CO miles there are 85,000 head. Five Important Qrms in Moscow have organized to promote the cultiva tion of cotton in central Asia, and will engage American superintendents. The body of James M. Vanden...

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. — 7 July 1882

CADW. How tho Glory Was CuCSested to Mrs. . uiowc i no Miitory of Its Writing anamettrect of Its Publication. ."Ronton Herald, ft A . ivucr uvin- many years in Ohio tho oiowe3 returned to New England and settled in Brunswick, Me., where they -continued their active sympathy with tho anti-slavery movement, but were distressed by tho general apathy that then seemed to prevail on tho subject anrouRiiout the noith. Mrs. Stowo thus vuiircivcu mo uiea or writing sm3 sketches which would give tho world a picture of slsvery as she herself had eeen it. Ouo day, while looking over tho bound volume of an anti-slavery magazine edited in Washington by Mrs. l)r. llailey, she read tho account of tho escape of a slave woman and lier child from Kentucky over the ice of the Ohio, as related by an eye-witness who helped the woman up the bank of tho free state's shore. This was tho first point of the story formed in her mind, and the model for Uncle Tom was afforded by the husband of a former slave wom...

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. — 7 July 1882

THE INDEX. THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1SS2. JI HMl 83 ITJl TEAR IX ADVASti: (JOOD BYE. With the last issue our connec tion with lihe Barbour Go. Index, as editor and proprietor, ceased. Wo have disposed of tho office and cood will 01 tno paper to a stock company,composed of most of tho proraiueut Democrats of tho county, who will no doubt make tho Index red hot enough for the most exacting. We have many reasons for this- change the principle one being that we believe wo can better our finan cial condition. Wo shall not in all probability leave thestatelbut will engage in tho newspaper business in 60me Jargertown. We are aware that wo have made some enemies during our resi dence here, but we also know that we have some staunch lriends who have stood by us from tho commencement. Wo leavo tho Index in good hands, and ieel con fident it will grow and prosper as it never has before. M. L. Shekpv. A CHAXCIE. Tho undersigned has purchased tho Index printing office and issues this number of tho pape...

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. — 7 July 1882

r I; . 'ri- '-.-V 1 J THE : IHDEX MEDICINE, LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY, JULY 7. 1SS2. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. There will be preaching at Tulllfcro'0 prove on Sabbath, June Oth, at 10 o'clock, by Ilcv. J. P. IIU1. We understand James IJothwell intends to leave Harbour county for Washington Territory, In a hort time. D. Tmnbll'on, of Ked Creek, came in ami renewal his allegiance to the leading Ipcr, thh week. Mr. Kll H:nith and children intend to take i trip cast, after the -1th, to visit friends and relatives, and will remain un til late in the fall. W. II. Lovo baa commenced the demo lition of hi.- old itablo preparatory to tak ing ixeson of his eh gont new one fur ther down tin? fctrctU 31 rs. M. T. Craven's school having ''closed, tihe will sjiend the remainder of the Ktimmer in Wichita. She has taught a very .successful term. The long looked-lo new and comfort able coach was put on the Harper line List Friday. It Is nn Immense improvement X)cr the old conveyance. Ia&I Friday Mrs. H. I'...

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. — 7 July 1882

JULY. Wli-n trie icarltt cardinal Mis lfn- dieim to th drazon flv. And the lazy breeze makes a nest In the trees Anl murmurs n lullaoy, It is July. When the tanirled cobweb pulls Tne corn-flower' blue cap awry. And tie tall lean orer the wall To bow tthbuttrll,, It is July. When the heat like a mist-veil floats, An 1 popple flame In tne rye, And. ih silver note In th- streamlet's throat JIa.i softened Almost to a sigh, It Is July. When the hours are so sill! that Time Y'TiieU them, and lts them lia NH4tn pttils pink till tne nightstars wink A tio sunset In th sky, It I July. "When eich fiasco'-pMt by the way Hay that SlumVrtowu Is nigh; Wnen the irran is tall, and the roses fill, And nobxly wonder why, It is Jnlv. .Sunn Hartley Sicctt, in St. Nicholas for July. CYNTHY. Ye j, I am some tired. u Put my tilings iu the clothed press, won't you? Lucy Jane bears up well, but she'll feel it. She thought a s'ght of Dun, and Dan always was pleasant around the home, there'd no denying that. L...

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. — 7 July 1882

r ) 5 NURSERIES ON FARMS. How Small Nurseries May be Man Cd to the Benefit of Owners and Patrons. 3ile0 Time. The nursery business in thb country loca not appear to bo conducted to the satisfaction of either proprietors or patrons. The number of persons who kave failed in conducting extensive commercial nurseries Is very large. "When thecircumstpneesare considered this does not appear to bo surprising. A large amount of capital is required to start an extensive nursery and to carry it on till a supply of trees, vines, ehrubs, and small plants cm be raised to put on the market. It is necessary to locate a commercial nursery in or near a largo town that has good facili ties for transportation. Land in such a town is expentire and the taxes on it are high. Being In a place where it will be constantly visited by many per sons, it Is necessary to flt it up in an attractivo style. Of course this fitting up requires a large amount of money for which there is never any adequate return. An e...

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. — 7 July 1882

SHERLOCK & MtLLS, ' - . VI j' Cattle and horse brands as follow: ,r L n riht tide, M and M L S on Tiirhi -Me. Ile brand 5 b on IcfUboul Z. K.r m-k or 5 L Cuil'; 7 in each .r. U.n.S4lt Fork and Uiei w. n. n arrel- On left Kir mark. Me. over- , 'v io C the right ami 1 Jlnnder Mope the Wt Win Ltndiev in clmnrr. Meiueinc rnlt Fork and Eagle Chief rxol. C 3 Win, LINDSLY Any plce on the animal. Ear mark, crop and two gpUt In right and. one split In left. P.O. Medi cine Lodc Kanyc Salt Fork and Eagle Chief. v-j - - C7 cJ L. E. ROCK. Known as the halt Diamond It bmnd, on n left law or half dia mond on neck (leit side) of young tock. Horso brand lialf diamond R right hip. Ear mark, half undercrop In lei nnd iinderhack In right. IIorc brand, Fame on right hip. Range and ranch. Wagon Creek. 1. O. Pond Creek Ind. Territory. 1-5 Known as Anch or brand, on cither ride or hip. ome randed Ancnor verted, loung cattle 5 on leit Jaw Ear mark hall undercrop In right un eWhnck In left. Ranch on Wago...

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. — 14 July 1882

i - BARBOUR COUNTY TERMS: DEVOTED TO THE UP BUILDING OF THE CITY, AND THE LIVE-STOCK INTERESTS OF THE SOUTH-WEST. $2.00 PER YEAR ' .VOL. 3. MEDICINE LODGE,, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1882: jSTd; 6 if - ) THE IHDEX: An Eislit Pase, 48Cq1hh Paper. Published Every Thursday, AT MEDICINE LODGE iiAitnoun "courrrr, has, 11 the ' INDEX 99 Pnbllshing Company LA TVS COCEnMIXCJXEWiPArEIlS. 1. If subscribers move to other places without informing the publisher!, and the 6aper is sent to. their former direction, ley are responsible 2. It subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the cfiico or place to which they are sent, they ara . responsi Ide until thy settle bills ancfirive notice to discontinue. 3. The courts have decided that refus ing to take a paper from the office, or re moving and leaving it uncalled for, is 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 i...

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. — 14 July 1882

Th a wires ArrEAL. Thou hait a sorrow, Confide it, lore, to me ; Lt me help thee boar It, Winterer it maj r. Hare I not been faithful ; Hare I not been true; MIniflterinff to thy happinc As on! lore can do I Then let me share tbj burden, Winterer that may be ; Be it of sin or sorrow. Lay it In part on me. I will be forjriTlnsr, If wrong thou'st done by me, If thoa by others hast ben wronged, I'll share thy grief with thee. I know thy heart i troubled, I see thy brow o'crca.nt ; And thou hat had some struggle, Some conflict scarce yet past. Then suffer not in silence, To me thy prief Impart, And learn how true the devotion Of lorlnc. f.ilthful heart.' (icraldine in Courier-Journal. CAPTURE AND RECAPTURE. A WESTEKN 8TOKY. Jim Hrunt was the head of a gang of desneradocj, for a long time the terror oi tno region nicy iniested. lie was an alert, wide-awake rascal, who, in pnitc of the best laid schemes to entrap mm, nau so ouen supped mrougn the linger oi justice that he began to fee prm...

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. — 14 July 1882

rjiKMiuais rou hioak-hakino. ViT,!,ri'tf of orJr,n Prfmlamt for trn Cne. " " Ugr froiu orth' Ch'ciro Timet. hnch of the gentlemen who has perved as commissioner of agriculture hai had a hobby. The benign Mr. Newton, who was the first to hold the position, had a fondness for string boan, and was interested to a consider able extent in other kinds of garden truck. He dispensed beet and cucum ber seed with a lavish hand. Most of the seed he distributed were of very old varieties, but they did very little dam age, as most of them were too old to germinate. He was accused of intro ducing the Canada thistle and the weed familiarly known in New Jersey as the Dutch cuss" into more than half the states and territories, but no one thought he did it with malicious intent. His successor. Gen. Capron, was in terested in nhort-horn cattle, but, as they could not be purchased at bank rupt seed stores, and could not be car ried through the mails, he did not dis tribute any of them at the expense of...

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. — 14 July 1882

THE IHDEX: FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1882. TEXm I 3 POX TEAR IX ADVANCE CONVENTION. The National Greenback Labor party of B trbour county will hold a convention at !rdle!no LodtfJ on SATURDAY, Cm of AUGUST, at 2 o'clock, r. at, for the pur pose of nuking nominations for county ofllccn and Representative. Bch township Ji entitled to five delcpitea. Tlic commit tee m-commend that the primary meet ings be held on Hatnntiy. Jly 2tfth. Wit. IS. Morris, Cbalnnan. Lpandf.r Cams, Clerk. Tho Dera. State convention will be held at Emporia this year, about tho middle ot August. Due notico of the preciso time will, of course bo given. Democrats ap pear to bo waking up all over the Btate, and a very lively cam paign is one of the strong proba bilities. Tho Republican prece dent of holding two conventions, -one to nominate congressmen at largo and ono to nominate a state ticket will not bo followed. The business will all bo transact ed at,ono meeting, and a ticket put in the field that'will command the un...

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. — 14 July 1882

THE IHIJEX. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS flt.DAY. JtfLY 14. 18S2. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Dr Yaut Dentut, Aledioue LxJgr. Get yonr teeth filled. 6 tf Cnarley Colcord has been resting at the AULiilu house. David Etlth Is in the city, looking as happy as usual. Arizona, Missouri, Texas, Ohio, Maine and Kentucky are represented on our btt- scrlptlou list this week. Mri Updegraff, wife of the Judge, has teen scrlonsly ill for several weeks. She lias the sympathy of the entire community. The Cresset of last week contains a very kind mention of Capt. Ayers. lie appre ciates the compliment and says "thank you' nccordlngly. George Washington McDowell, well and favorably known to our citizens as an "old timer is In town. Of - course he sub scribed for the Index. Standi ford, Youmans & Co. will, on and after July 1st, sell- goods and name their prices on a CAiii basis; and charge Inter est on all acconnts from date of Should subscriptions and advertisements continue to come in hereafter as they have ...

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. — 14 July 1882

BARBOUR COUNTY INDEX. II. L. SUERPY, Publisher. MEDICINE LODOE. - KANSAS. MINOIl .MENTION. Tjie town of Ashtabula, O., gets away with from COO to 1,000 barrel of beer per week. The Florida cattle trade is very brisk. Cattle arc being concentrated near Tampa from all parts of Florida. The saloon of Daniel Perry, at Plain City, 0.t was entered by unknown per sons, who emptied upon the floor liquors Yalued at $1,500. Quarantine officers at San Francis co have discovered twenty-two more cases of small-pox on the steamer Bel gic, which is loaded with Chinese. The bell at the First Congregational church in Exeter, N. II., gave out re cently, after it had been rung morning, noon, and night for eighty-two years. A large number of crickets have made their appearance on Crow creek, Idaho. It is hoped that their coming is too late to destroy the growing crops. The yield of wheat in the region of Danvilk' known, delivery bushel. 111., is the greatest ever anil contracts for immediate are being ...

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. — 14 July 1882

'. T i f , T til ELLD CHOTT OH EI IHCULEZt EUX3J ; X'- CHARLES J. GUITEAU Makes His Final of a Exit at Rope. the End The Wrath of Fifty Mi llions of People Appeased. The Death of Garfield Avenged the Law Vindicated. and The Execution in Detail, Wasiiinoto, June 30. The drop fell at 12.53 and the assassin did with out a strule. There wa szarcely a quiver of the limbi, perceptible. The proceeding were brief. At 1215 the company in the rutucda, about 2,000 in number, was formal into line and the Bilenco of death fell on those present. Ten minutes later Guiteau came with tvro deput es. He was paler, but his look was tli.it of an insane man. li s mouth w a firm and he passed his brother with only a clance. The pro cession, he.ided by the warden, and fol lowed by the minister, Marshal Henry and f ur deputies, walked directly through iho rotunda, down through the corridor and to the scaffold. Guiteau Bte,ied flrm'y and stood calmly without Mippjrt. There vt?re only tho warden, Dr. Hicks an...

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. — 14 July 1882

I Indian Teritory Cattle Brands ! IRA BOONE, Alsoopon A on i iirlit Mi. K;ir mrk,crop n rid - spins in leit. Hunch on Driftwood. P O Kiowa. SllKKLOCK & MILLS. Cattle and hor?e brands a lollowi 5 L on titfht ide X L n right lide and M L S on richt .1e. Home brand n I, on left shoul !. r. Kir niAk on 5 L Citlls 7 in jacb r. i:.nr, S-ilt Fork and Lagle Cnw l Pool. P. ().. Kiowa, Kaf. 2-13 1 W. II. HARBEL- SON, On loft Ear mark. side, over- r I lopc the rirli t and df undnr dope the Wt AWf vrrr s i v. o. Kay more Mo. Win l.inriscv in chargp. Medicine Lodge, filt Fork and Knglo Chirr iol. 31 Win. LIXDSLY S Any il:icc the animal. E J mark, crop ai on ar and J two snllts in rl irlit f and one split in Jelt. r. v.wcui- -in Lodc. 'Range Salt Fork and Eagle c A L. E. ROCK. Known as the ball Diamond R brand, on n left law. or lialf dia mond on neck (leftside) of young stock. llor.se braird half diamond It right hip. Kar mark, half undcrcrop In left and underhnck in right. Ilorc brand , Fam...

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. — 21 July 1882

BARBOUR V i f i II- 11 ! 0 s i it ! i TERMS : VOL. 3, E. W. PAN YE, President, IV. W. MEDICINE VALLEY BANK. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS. BUSINESS OF CATTLE MEN TRANSACTED. v CAPITAL STOCK,-S50,000. DIRECTORS : - t W. W. COOK, H. C. THOMPSON, D. V.irSLYKE. fc. VV. PAYNE, 1). ST ITU, volutriC 2 ' J 13. JENKINS, ATTORNEY- And COUNSELOR at LAW. MEDICINE LODGE. JOHNSON & IIUKN'EV, Physicians and Surgeons. Mcdicino Lodge, Kansas. C5T0nicc fit Smith Drusr Ptore. ltooms at Arcade Hotel. JOHN NKLSON, Carpennter, Contrator anfl BUIDLER. All work entrusted to me will be did ii. a workmanlike manner, and satisfac tion guaruntced. Medicine Ltde, Kan&ai. FRAZIER&CARGILE, AUE THE LEADING BLACKSMITHS Or Me.'Line 1- C tn alwuy l to n.' up J ah Sor V old tand tv.i'ly fo d a I wor'- in our line iu urat-ela h . H in-uibcr O till i I -!. Wom I chim t town I oy at the ic lulu house; 'You can bet your lat dollar that is the place herl take my meals. RE-OPENED ! D, A.. M'CANLESS HAS LEASED THE TALME...

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. — 21 July 1882

GOOD NIGHT. Ioud night the little lip touch ours, The little arm enfold us; An!, h, that thua through coming years Tlrj might forever hold u. ;1 nlcjht ! we answer back and 6mlle, And kia the ilr.p.ns eye, Hut in our trembling hearts the while The wistful queries r..c. Who, in the wearr years to come, When we are hid from sicht, Will chwn theie little hand and kiss Thcuc little lips ''Good night?" IVY GLEN. To let?' said the agent. "Heady furnhdicd? For a month? Really, ladies, I'm very much afraid I haven't .any property in my hands not at present, at least; plenty of unfurnished house, and plenty to rent for a year. Hut fora month? There isn't any such real estate in the marketthere isn't indeed." W don't want an unfurnished house." said Angela Frost. "And we have no occasion to use a. lion io for a year," added Josephine, her tall, blooming young sister. We are school teachers," Miss An gela explained, "and we have just a mouth's vacation, and we want to .spend it in a healthful ...

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. — 21 July 1882

r i HLAVKIIY IN HAWAII. V The story f Two ruglUve Froin ,Xon,. T1h HcJ.ooncr KmmaClaudina, which ornviMl in San Francisco a few days Pinco from tin Kit..iu.:.i. . ...x- . 'Willi V IVII inlands . ' .wuu 0cr i wo fugitive contract "larya ironi tlio Hitchcock plantation y i.u, win a reporter went the rounds i iiiij ailor boarding houses to lenrn or their whereabout from the crew of mo vessel. It was comparatively easy V'iv m t,ie m'Wf ,,ut il wa 1111,0,1 ,nore tlilhcult to draw from them any infor mation concerning tho Mowawavs, for they labored under the apprehension that the fugitives might bo arrested and pent back to slavery in tho Hawaiian kingdom. Tho reporter finally suc ceeded in convincing them that there was no treaty providing for tho extra dition of fugitive wlaves from the Hawaiian islands, and n sailor of the Kmma Claudina was prevailed upon to take him to the stopping place of the .rapes. The two men were found at fiUr Arizona hotel. No. 13 Clav street, 'where, they had ...

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. — 21 July 1882

THE - IHDEX. FRIDAY, JULY 21, 18S2. Tue UemucruticSUte convention is to be held at Euporia on the 3Cta of Aautiif. The bait of rprecntation it one dtL jrate (oreiery 2X) vote out for Edward K 4 for Governor in 1880, and for eery Iracticn thereof, io that every organized county in the State u represented by at lent one di lepatf. Too readeiS of trie Ciettwnl (his week get a fall account ot thejround up and pic nic at thii place on the 13th which the Index fti.ro iU readers last week, when the news was fresh. It the Cresset people are as slow in matrimonial matters as they re in g.vinths latest news we lear they will jrrow grey as bachelors. The Kingman coil ty Kjpublican tays that Tjpeka is the resort forsntak thieves and gamblers, and yet it favors the ad miniitrat.on that permits this order of thing. Tue II jpulican is new under its pre ent inanaqement. When it has bean bngtr in the harness it will not dare to 'peak so disrespectfully of the home of Sr. John the moraht und pood fna...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
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