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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 25 August 1882

THE IHDEX. BT TO 2 lie run tcjlb ex adtjux ce V LOCAL NEWS IJE11S. Are you a liar? .Ed. Gllroy was In town this week Tom Post Is aaln sick at the Medicine Lotfzo hous; The Nor mal folks are talking of a teacher's re-nn- Ioa...k..lIcnry Durst hai painted hU block fcf htuca The ton pin nlley is a noisy Institution Sauday dinners at the Mc- Julu arc lminense...M.Ai a lecturer Ed. &tmple Is a success .John Hinder feeds bU txily friends on water melons The future Is too secluded for a real nice duice. .-.....there Is talk of a literary society this casou Thosj who have tried It say it U Impossible to f ct a drink at this particu lar time any where In town Peaches and melons arc plentiful here TIw young people will enjoy themselves to-night at the retldenoo of Mr. Ellis The boys nuw Clean off la the sand, the pond having uned 't!p....v.Pearsx)n has a new salesman. Barbour county Is. gpod enough for John Fleming, for after trying Illluois awhile hf has rebmou here to stay; . According ...

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 August 1882

r FACTS AM) FKJIT.2S. --Ohfo luana'scturei! "ever foiir,nuIl ion pound of phi; tol acco last year. Thon aro liftv-two breweries in Ilmoklyn which pro-luce 4.00.000, kcs of Iner aonualli. and aM a revenue of' S1,000.X. A. )i Tim s. , '; Tha co'fn erojof Tea th'rt y'car Is climated at 140,0i.(00 bushe's.' Tlic value of the agricultural products' of that State i $Jlf0lJ'J Chicago Tribune: Two ninety-foot lathes said to be tin? larct in" the worhl. iiavo been in.ule fr thrir own use by the South L'o-iton Iron-works. Each lathe con tains W0,O)O pound of iron, and is in tended for boring out cannon. Boston Pot. Tho crop of Indian corn is one of the most important And valuable in the United States. Tho crop of 1880 was estimated at -1,717,000.000 bushels; tho wheat crop of the same year was esti mated at 4!8,000,O00 bushels. It must be considered tho staple crop of tho Western and Southwestern States. In 180, Illinois produced SUO.000.000 bn.shcU; as against 00,000,000 bushels of wheat. Th...

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 August 1882

st,r r v X SnndcntlnN 1 1 ""to'iwty is sometimes Ascribed bjr its enemies a a party in fcarcb of an Umo. . If that dcscriptiou as crcr accurate, tho enemies of the liemocratic party havonovr rendered it inapplicable Tho hsua of tho next campaign, and of tho next, and of the next, haj i been supplied by the Repub lican leaders in Congress. Keller and l.vsun and Kcier and Kobcson and Kecd and IILscock by mero folly and mcro jobbery have done more to show the country that a chnngo in tho political control ii absolutely ncccs?ary than could have been done by the wisdom and tho integrity of anv equal number of Democratic leaders. " Colonel Conkling put the cao in a nut-shell in tho interesting interview re Iortcd in yesterday's WurltL He said that nothing was needed to secure tho success of tho Democratic party except that it should be Democratic in prin ciples and practice as wcll as iu name." Colonel Conkling, though a Democrat for ten years p.nt, is a representative of a largo nnd inc...

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 August 1882

c r i 31 IRA BOONE. A Wo open A on tight hip. . y, ' . EarnmkJ.civh ami a T;iiv:u lelt.' iJUnvli.ou Drift 1 liVO bllEBLOCK 6 MILLS. Cattle and bone WAiidi as follows: - . L on tiffht ide , .,Hrtn rigni side. and II L 5 on right Ms. Tlnr? brand 6 L 'eft shoul der. Er mark on 3 L Cttl. 7 in eeb sr. tun?, Slt Fork and Eagle Cbiet Pool- P. ().. Kmwu. Kn: 2-i.T . rr ? w. 1 ii, v 1 nr lvWfV.-l 1 u. iiarrll-sos. j W on left side. I VT mark, over- ilo'o the rigirt hiki I under dope th left I. O . -Medicine Wilev Cowan tuper- Ititcndrntof ranch. Sa'd stock belong to 6.lt Fork Mid Eagle Chi-r imol. :H I odgi Win. LIN DSL Y 4 !' 4 4).?r "if fhe plXCO (III annual. Ear I mark, crop ami - J two splits in rijrht one Ppllt in left. P.O. Med IV, cine Chi "Lodge. Range Salt Fok anl Eagle 8KW . . FIELD. PO Medi cine "Lodge. Range on Elm creek. 2H miles N of AlLodge. Additional brands, Roman cross on left Mp or trie,' I. heart on anrpart of, mil; Cross on either Jwof bulls. 23 0 r C. L. Alexander. know...

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. — 1 September 1882

r BARBOUR COWNTT 'vIKDEl,:; TERIiS: DEVOTED TO THE UP BUILDING CF THE CITY, AND THE LIVE-STOCK INTERESTS OF THE SOUTH-WEST $2.00 PER YEAR VOL. 3. MEDICINE. LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1882: NO. 43 r w. payne, President, w. w. MEDICINE VALLEY BANK. , MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS, BUSINESS OF CATTLE MEN TRANSACTED. CAPITAL STOCK,--S50,()00. DIRECTORS : W. VV. COOK. D. VaiSLYKE. D snni. ToTaino 2 J to.JE2tKt2f:S, i ATTORNEY Ahd COUNSELOR at LAW. MEDICINE T.0DGE. QUNEU & McN'EAL, ATTORNEYS 5 LAW, Medicine Loixie. Kashas. Land Office business given prompt attention. 3 7 C. W. E1US' Att'y & Counselor Atlaw. Will pncUce In State and United HUte Court. Offlce lh countp building. 27 SAMPLE. ATTORNEY LAW Medicine Lodge, Kansas. Win practice In the Courts ootids and , iidloininsr riMiiitlM JOHNSON' fc fttJKXEV, Physicians and Surgeons. Mcdicino Lodge, Kansas. tiTOmco.iit Smith Hmz torc. v2-7 " Ron m at Arcad Hotel. S. J. SIIEPLER, IHSUHUGEJEL JOUN KELSON Carpennter. Cont...

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 September 1882

KANSAS STATE NEWS. A mad dog a t Ottawa bit a number of othi logt, whereupon the Major iucd LU procla mation d'TUrio? outlaws all canine not muzzled within a limitol number of hours. At the expiration of tho time the able boiled tnalc cltlzrn of tbc town-constituted them circa a volunteer turps and commenced the war of extermination. J. Jf. WiLsox, alia Jim Collins, aconrict, capetl from the cnltentbry recently. He Is six feet two laches high, slim build, email sharp feature, jfrar eye, liht brown hair, anJ 33 years oM. From his description it was thought the conrlct stole a mule from near Majrwood, Wyandotte county, which be rode off. W. T.-TwUt, who had In the employ of the Union Pju iflc Compauy at Armstrong for tiie past few years, lad the misfortune recent ly to lose hi w ife. During her illness he frequently remarked that If she died he would iro crazy. He, accompanied by friends, took the remains of his wife to Tiblow for interment. Jfo returned home earlier than his rclatirc...

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 September 1882

1 FACTS AXD FIGURES, In Bucnoj Ayrcs it takes ten dollars In paper money to buy ono dollar in Kold. The paper currency there Is de preciated. At present thero aro no less than twenty-onn passenger steamships plying lietwecn New York and Kurope, anil, with one or two exceptions, each has a vessel weekly. The intense heat of summer in Aus tralia far Mirpac thaf the United .States even that of Arizona. A recent note In Nature record a temperature there of ls) decrees in 18. 172 in 10. l.'3 in 1871; lo'J in 18C2, and 158 in 1HCK). The cotton spindle of the world number 7.M'.'1,1 18. (Jreat Ilritain hav ing .TJ. 500.000. and the Unitfil Hate following with lO.UJl.l 48.. The earliest cotton mill in the United States was es tablished at Iiridirewatcr, Mass., prior to 1787. A year no a Laramie Plain cattle man was oHered a Utah herd and ranch for 87(1.000, which oiler was rejected. Since that the Utali man sold 15.000 worth out of the herd, then sold the ranch for $ I. '00, afterward put S9...

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 September 1882

THE IHDEX. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS HU DAY. SEPT. I 1SS2. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. COUNTY OFFICES, Representative, E. W- PAYNE. Probate JtiOpe, 8. J. SHEPLKR County Attorney, B. l AYEHS. District Clerk. D. A. W?CANLKCS Judpe 2d Dist., LOUIS HESTON. A lot of "piivir we have in typo con ccni!f the ticket nominated Sati.nliy i crowded out. Peace and harmony prevails in inthocamp3 of Harbour county Democarcy. With peace,! psosperity,? good crop3, fat cattlo and,; big prices Democracy will win this year. Barbour county Democrats have a pleasant way of holding their convention openly and when they aro over there is no kicking. For the benefit of that party in Barbour county, we have taken great pains to get a full report of the Greenback convention at lo peka laetj week. We hope the effort will be appreciated, and we think it will be; but at; the same time will remark that the green back party has about as much chance in this state as it has in Barbour county. Or, to put it more forcibly, if not ...

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 September 1882

THE INDEX. INDEX PRINTING COMPANY, 12. W. Pay sr., Pn. fc HuMNrs Manager Trims i 83 pi:r ykar ix advance LOCAL NEWS TJ EMS. W. P. Moore I home from a visit to U HnoU Il. nilrlckson expect to ?o Arloru mul N v MrxU-o In u ?hort time. I)r K H-l r loo.it --il on hi ranch. Tom. Pot I nj from'hU li-t of fciekm-s Who will lw KM-r Mi lkiyN nuws-or? How dors tin Drniocratlc county tlokt t strike yo:i ?.. nd don t you know Itlt willgrt there? Vr.Ax lino will lave no'oppo"itioti .In his r.iee. There are four 'Irh to every boy In town Str.iri for a new country...... Butter U scarce and very hi;rh... There wa too much fresh air and Kind in the church TuenLiy nljrht Geo. (leppert frprnt S in- hy ntt!ie range Slight fro?t reported thUmoiuiiig. Gio. 1! ndiiekon altera visit to Jack-sou county Miouii is home ag-.vin. Dr. Johnson reports a new boy baby at therOFidence)f John McGrath. Capt. Vllon of Kvansvllle was ut the llcdiclne Lodge house Tuesday. The brand of F. W. Flato, olEvansville can be fou...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 1 September 1882

THE Z. V. PAY2TE, Proprietor. wrmriNR ihxie. harbour co xans. current cozxxxeht. 1 II La taid that a black magnetic sand Is found in abundance in California which, by a newly discovered precox is utilized in the manufacture of cast steel Eirht pounds of the Kind will yield five pounds of etccl. The discoverers of the process cipect to revolutionize the steel trade of the Pacific coast. Catharixe Taney, who represented ncrsclf to be the filter of the famous Chief Justice Taney, (deceased), of the United States S uprcme Court, recently applied to the County Superintendent of the Toor at Troy, New York, for aid. Eho wid flic had one daughter writing for a well-known Cincinnati paper and another was the wife of a prominent Kcntuckian. She was Kint to the Alms House. Tirn National Board of Health is de fciroui of devifing means for making the inspection on the Mississippi River thorough, and to continue at least two pct-hofpitals and the examination of im migrant on trunk lines to the We...

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 September 1882

TECE INDEX. E. 7. PAYHE, Proprietor. MEDICINE L0LX1K. BAUBOUR CO.. KANS. MIDSUMMER IN NEW ENGLAND. Tho proui pomp of tho Midsummer !i hero; Wita lhjr blooms tho meadow lands aro rhito. And over them tho MtI chant their delight, -Anl tho blue, lltentnjr heavens bend to bear. "Within tho lily's pa'ntM cup tho leo ifwUur dnwsiiy, and dreams alout tho roo He loved in Juno, and how her leaves reposo Tbern nouo can tin J thcin save tho wind and he. "Tho trees aro taeavjr with their wealth of ffrwn; And un lrr tbom tbo waltln? maiden walk And nil tho ldo hours with srirlljh talk Of such a knlirbt as never girl has seen And then I sco a Ilttlo. painted loat With whtto sails s't to aoek tho summer sea. And In thHt toBt two lover, yountrand free, vVltb favrlnif wind, 'ncath srnillny skies all oat. .And all tho proud Midsummer's pomp Is come. And nil the ley of flower, and bird, ond beo. And all tho deeper Joy when he and sh Their hearts' Midsummer found, with bliss arc dumb. LouUc Uhan&er...

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 September 1882

i I IRA BOONE. Aloopen A on tight Mp. Knr m-jrk.crop hi, (I '2 splits in lt. Bunch on Drlliwoou. P O Kiowa. 4. - rO M-LLS C.ttle au-l Yor 1 iad.- a rll;-: .r L on iiht cK'f, 3 L iKtt ide. nd M LSr.i Pi riht -'de. Ilor-p b"ud L. m 'eft. hoi 1 Arr. Eir rn-k op 3 L Cub. 7 in -,uL. -r. Iltnir.Bilf Fork wuU P o' P. 0.. K Kn. 2-VT U. HARREL-SOV. On left Kr mark. side. over- A iljoe the rl'ht and k' : VJ under 1o:e thcleit lodge or Kiowa Wilev Cowan mper lntixtent of ranch. Sa:d stock belong to ffalt Fork arid Eijrle 'hlef ix.ol. 31 C., Wm. LIN 1)3 LY Any plce on the nnlmal. Ear mark, crp anil two splits In right and one split In left. P. O. Medi cine LodK -Range Salt Fork and Kagle Chlsf.' - V2 34 jcv,J L. E.R0CK. Know n as the nail Diamond R brand, on n led jiiv or lialf dia mond on neck (leltslde) of voung sjock. Horse brand half dlutnond R right bin. Ear mark, half undercrop In left and dnderhack In right. Horse brand, limn on rlzht lit i. Rmge and nnch. Wagon Croek. P. O. Pond Creek I...

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 September 1882

I ; I! TERMS : DEVOTED TO THE DP BDILDING CF THE CITY. AND THE LIVE-STOCK INTERESTS OF THE SOOTH-WEST , , ' $200 PER YEAlt VOL. 3. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS,. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1882: ;,NO:d4' ' 1 .... .... .. - . , , . . . ., , ...... ri - . . fe. W. PAYNE, W. W. President, MEDICINE VALLEY BANK. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS. BUSINESS OF CATTLE MEN TRANSACTED. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000; DIRECTORS : W. W. COOK, n. C. THOMPSON, D. VarSLYKE. Vi. it. rrvn, D sum. C. H; Douglass SUN CITY, KAN. DEALEH IN I OJ.Y7 liu II il 111 II I) vv aiu) y w 9 BOOTS, SHOES, HATS nnnnnnicQ UJ1UUI.II11.UJ QUEEC1SVARE & GLASSWARE, SADDLES H HAIiNESS. Camping Outfits A SPECIALTY. J.W.HALE. SUCCE-SOU TO BUNK WARD, Who will remain with him at the :NEW ram SHOP. I wlh to any to the Stock men and Ranch men thntlhavn op ned' anew ltlnckmlt.h shop 2 doors south of the McLulu Houec where I shall be found ready nt nil times to do work In my line HOUSE SHOEING, TIKE SET TING, BUGGY k WAGON WORK. 5TBranding Ir...

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 September 1882

KANSAS STATE NEWS. A mxfi meeting of the friend of temper ance was reef ntljr held at Toxica, at which It ira declared that darln tne owe irneia there Ut jrar "crimes of the graTrst char acter, rcathlnc ereti murder, were commltteJ ilh alirmlner friiuinrr. minr of blch Can rratonablr attributed to the Illegal ssle of liquors hi the city at that lime," mereiore, 11 v.nrciirtfTcM that the chairman of the mct'tlr.? apj"Iut a committee of tiftj citizens to call upon the JIajor and Council, and demand them to ImrnedlaUl cIoc the aloona of the ltr In compliance with the Constitution and law of the Stat, and In obedience to the urUhc of an orem helming majority of the tco)lfc whom they represent. Inspector llaworth baa located the Indian ncbooU one-half mile south of the State Line, and four miles from Arkansas City. This In volve I an expenditure of $23.000 for building and f L0,000 for schools for the first year. Fine, larse buildlni will be erected immediately, and schools established a...

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 September 1882

A- FACTS A5D FIGURES. f" v"'ril0 c0 of tho bridge between New Tork and Brooklyn bai Already exceed . ; fcd $ 1 4, 000, 000. JV. T. Time. ) , There arc at present 50,000 Pcnn silvanlans living in Kansas, 107.000 . Suckers, .77,000 Hooaicrs and 03,000 I Uuckcycs. ' Frco libraries arc a prcat power in tho United States. Forty-nino new ones wero opened in 1870, containing 80,770 volumes, making a total of 3,8 1J public libraries of all classes Chicago Journal. In tho year 181C wheat sold for twcnty-fivo cents per bushel, while woolen blankets were worth from 610 to $23 per pair. Now wheat is worth 1.50, and blankets from $3 to $10. Detroit Post. In 18C2 Kansas planted 2.03G acres of corn, and sent 00,802 bushels to mar ket. In 1882 tho acreage of the State in t orn is 522, 700 acres, and estimates of tho best judges place tho crop at 20, 011.810 bushels .V. V., Sun. In Germany, where there arc nc restrictions upon th salo of intoxicating beverages on tho Sabbath day. 32 per cent, of mur...

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 September 1882

MEDICINE LODUE, KANSAS till DAY. SEPT. 8 1SS& DEMOCRATIC TICKET. STATE TICKET. Govcror, G. W GLIOK. Lieot. Gov., FKANK BACON Secy. State, SAML. 8. .GILBERT. .Treasorer. CI1AS. A. UJFFOIlli. Auditor, W. L. BROWN. Aity.Ger,.,SIDNlY UAYDEN. Supt. Pub. School?, D.E.LANTZ. Judge Sup. Court, J. W.;GKEEN. C0N0RESSM3N ATLAHQK CYRUS A.1LELAND, JOHN. O. FLAN NIG AN, M. V. B. BEN NET. COUKTY OFFICES, Representative, E. W PAYNE, l'robate Judge, S. J. SI1EPLEH. County Attorney, B. P, AYERS. District Clerk,D.A. M'CANLE-S Judge 2d Dist., LOUIS 11ESTON. The proceedings of the Demo cratic convention which met at Emporiajast week are. published in lull In another column, inclu ding the platform adopted. The candidates nominated are in every way worthy of tho high honor conferred onlthem and;will receive the full Democratic vote of the state. lion. G. W.Glick, ot Atchison, tho nominee ior Gov ernor has been a resident of the state for a quarter ot a century and has been identified with its growth ...

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. — 8 September 1882

THE IHDEX. hT VnE HDEX PRINTING COMPANY, . W. Paths, Phes. & Business Maxagir TEUHJIi S3 1'Ul YEAIt Kf ADVANCE LOCAL NEWS IJEMS. Geo. J). Orm-r has gone to Empori i und Tviu toko In the Topeki fair Prvsbyte rim mite this afternoon at tho residence of J. L. N'elon Mr. J. C.Orncr U visit- In In Missouri T. M. Pot cr. of Pea body, ha been here all week looking af ter his cattlo Interests W B. Daljfh has returned to hi home In Illinois Sim. Dunmlrc If back here from Mexico where ho has been for two year Frazler & Cnrffllo are shoeing horses all around for one dollar capt. Evans passed through he ro thl3 week. Frank McAllister U back from Caldwell, tvherc ho disposed . f his sheep interests. D. A Grcever W. F. Houghton and Al . Evans were at the McLulu house this week. Mr.c. F. X orton started to the Territo ry yesterday, and will not return for sev ral weeks. K. W. Philllpy, of the comanchc pool, Came In yesterday from Kansas city, where he had been with a shipment of cattle. W....

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 September 1882

THE'IKDEX. ; ' , , Z. T7. PATKZ, Proprietor. - , HEDIC1NK LODGE.' J3AHDOUI1 CO.. KANS cunitENT connrnT. r frnE unfini.shed scconu-rate ironclad JlisPAchusctts, on the stocksat the Ports mouth, N. II., Navy Yard, is to be broken " up. She was commenced at the close of tho war, and represents an outlay of about $2,000,000. t Kiiode Inland is striving Lard to emulate the West in enterprise at least irtaomc things, for she telegraphed from Providence the other day that a tornado "unroofed one barn, turned another around, and uprooted large trees, but injured no one." "Little Bhody" should read a commission to Iowa or Kansas if the would like to gather tornado items. Tun north wing of the new State, War and Navy Department building at Wash . logton'will be completed and ready for occupancy alout the 1st of December. Contracts for the furniture will soon be let, when the building will be ready for occupancy. , When furnished the entire cost of the building will be in the neigh- . borhood ...

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 September 1882

TI-IE IjSTDEIK. . Z. 7. PAYNE, Proyrietor. MEDIciNE LODGE. DAUDOUR CO- KAN3. MAItlT AXD I. A KOnSE IDTU Marlt at the Ironk-sldc fitting, rosy, dimpled, merry-cyoI, Saw her lovely vinago trembling In tho mirror of tho ttJo. WhUo iKwcen h-r rrctty teeth a froldcn coll or hair h held: Like n shining unuko It quivered In tho tide, and shrunk and swelled. And fho dipped her dainty flnjrcrs deftly In tho chilly brook; Frarco sho nnndod how her inuure with the ripple curved and fhook; Stooping with n tiny shudJer, dashed tho water In her face; O cr br brow and chks tho dew-drops glistening rolled and fell upaco. Breathless sat T, safely hidden In tho tree-top dcne and srreen; For n maid is ne'er to sweet as when sho . thlnk herself unseen: And I saw tcr with a scarlet ribbon tlo her LrUd or hair, '. And I nworo a silent oath I ne'er had seen a thin? moro fulr. Now, If you will never breatho It, I will tell you something fuecr Only step a llttly nearer; let mo whisper in your ear; . If you ...

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 September 1882

1 '! IRA BOONE. . AlroopenAon Jghthip. ' Erm3rks.crop And 2 splits in left. Hunch on Drirtwoot.; P O Kiowa. ts &HERLO0K & - o MILLS. Cattle und hex l-rod a follow: 5 L "n ruht ide, 3 Ti n riK'bt tide. "Jhnd M LSon right Me.I" Hore tinu o L on left shoul der. Earmark on SLCml-. 7 m 'neb r. Rnre , Salt Fork und Eigle CaM PoAl-1 0.. K-'-. Km. 2-13 w. H. flAUKEL- On Er left mark. side, over- ( "li Isloi'e the right and ' W under slope theleft T2LH P. O Medielne Lodge or Kiowa. Wiley Cowan super intendent of ranch. Sa'd stock belong to Salt Fork and Eagle Chlf nool. 31 Wm. LINDSLY Any pUce on the animal. Ear mark, crop and two-splits In right and one split in left. P. O. Medi cine Lodge. Range Salt Fork and rgle .'.c,.J L. E. ROCK. Known as the hall Diamond R brand, on n left law. or half dia mond on neck (lelt side) of young stock, diamond R right half lloraot, brand hip. Eat mark, half nndercrop In leli and nnderhack in right. Hore brand , ame on right hip. Range and ranch. Wag...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
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