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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 25 August 1881

BARBOUR COTJ INDEX VOL. II. MEDICINE LODGE, BAHBOUIi CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUG. 25, 1881. NO. 12. HE NTY FLOWERS. Thry an not ours, 'I'll fWting tlowrrs. nit lieiiUof joi. That through the F a.sli upward from th world beneath, riiat rririon peopled wl.lo with death. Ami tell us, in ea h subtle hue, I hat llfrt renewed U paMng thrmi 'h Our world again to wi k the aklev IU natlvo realm of lrallse. Mow lrl f tlu ir day ! Thry ennnot stay. Tli' very earth lK:drr thrlr liirth. And re.id her ample bosom d'rn, Nme rHlc of their may to kern. And each In lenetlrtlon lllngH A lrtuo from hli dainty wines l.utlo! she treasure It In vain; It Miioiim and vanishes again! A MOTHER'S LOVE. The l-ril.tiu HH of a ni'ti Lmi Hover rm nwar t !i .3V It waU'heth lik the brooding dove Ymm rypntidrt till day -It Ufeth by th roiifh ,f pain t With null t placid rf. TUfiee from every ihirk'nlng strain Of luait'.i Infirmity ! A nt'ilher'it love! oh ! who ran breathe, mi, wno rati itil Hi worm, II patient HiilTf...

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 August 1881

X" '"V'. THE T2:T'JDmZL:. TNl'l.'SD.W, .M (i. J. I' llltIM 13 Mil l tn l UiVAMl. I The Santa IV tO iM.r.v ,.,. "" '""-- -:- " " jpcllcl to l,nVe an o ruled rurud I.. Mil Ill'Y. 1 i;.l-r wml iTtiH-tr nrrr.mr.-i ' 1 . . . ... jaccoinj.-uir atI cxpres. trains he- . i ,.wrrn uanus City nn.l J'ueUo, ! j s ,,,cy ' fear.s tliat a l.aml of ,(If?i,era(lf,o3 arc conterm.b.Hno. , an attack for the purpose of plurT uir. ji j$ to ue hoped that every mbber will be killed if euch an attempt is made. To illustrate the jofits of cat tlo raising in Texas, we take the liberty of publishing a brief esti mate of the success atiained by a friend ot ours during the past eight year?. In 1873 the gentleman re feredto owned about 3,000" cat tie which he oll'ered with his hor?es ranee, etc., for $25,000, but could lind no purchaser, and was forced to hold on Vt his cattle. List year he sold from the same stock lu it yen ne 1:1.1' II IVncil mark linn ' .n t!.r 11 in f Jour p j.r, jMini.'l Kiiow that the time y...

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 August 1881

teiie ultzdisix:. mkdicink i.oix.j:, k annas LOCAL HEVS ITEMS. r'rw-nd UranJ tame up fruiu tht Indian Territory on Monday if thi tel. Crut llulnrjr And tufctVr o VW.la: R.ute re otrr fr-rn J.;.Jrfivk county. UiwarJ PrRfn', of liuirtco, h no ling fyp) in the I.M'i x clT.cc. Ilowa.J U a irood jrintf r ley. Dr. Yn!, 1 ntit wm lere jt-niber ft h. Thc watting tl lIa! Wutk r-oxJ ell Lcf jie that ticii. The ml-of tL baUnoj of ."H ViJaloV lock took Uie .ut TLur.iliij. Tu good nil brought fair x r,c'. H tni Mulkry, of .Jtwick coirjtjr, m io town vuit'nj frimJ thi wot k. II.i re jorU erfry fhmir hv!r in Svltrwuk. Mn. S. I. L'on returned tif i.i fJrrat IlfoJ oaliut TLurnJay. ?A:o i.i tLc levl, ?r7 much ln f.;t"l by her r cr? ill )n. Both Will tLlt.kl L3 Will l)4t about to.- ty-riht thou;itd so 1 lri..k ri-ly to jlac in t ie wll Vy the J.Vh of n'X' month. Oicar Cap; teturn'-d Iroin Kinirinan rn Tuody Ricrnirif. lie mcceedcJ in M7 injf his nop cf h ftt, and fevli iouh it reliecl. lljtk O Un-n i ...

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 August 1881

HALLEY'S COMET. A Famous Traveler of the Sky A Farmer Who Deat all the Astron omers. ew York fun. Tho story of Ualley's comet, w hich 13 now winding Us way Lack out of space to iay us another visit. Is ono of the most wonderful and interesting in the annals of astronomy. .Summing up all of its recorded aaranccs, it is evi dent that it has caused more consterna tion in the world than all the known comets together. This is on account of its great sire and its short period, only some seventy-six years, so that it has Wen seen twent four times since the Christain era. Many now living probably remember its appearance in 18.T5, and tl:o younger readers of this paper may reasonably hope to w itness its return in 1911. lYrhai tho most famous visit of this comet previous to that of 1316 was tli.it of 1UGG, when William the Conqueror Invaded England. The his torians of that ago Ixur witness to the splendor of its appearance and the alarm it causd. lti head is descriU'd as having looked as lar...

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 1881

BARBOUR OOUN NDEX. H Vol. ii. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1881. NO. 13. r JL IF I COULD KEEP HER SO. .lint it little bnby, lrlntr In my arm. Would that 1 roull kcp you with your baby charm ; Hrlpl, clinging finjrrrs; downy, golden nlr. Where the Bunhin linger, caiiRlit from other where; Miip rye asking questions. Hps that can not srwak, Jtoly-poiy Rhouidrrs, dimple In your check ; Painty littlo blms In a world of woe; 1 hM 1 fain would keep you, for 1 love you no. Uojul.th littl damsel, Hearcely six years old. Feet that re er weary, hair of d-pcr gold ; lNtlcAM, busy ringer, all the time at play, Tongue that never ceases talking all the day; Nine eyea learning wonders of the world about, lime come to Ml ou tliem what an ea ger shout! Ndter little hcIiomI cirl, with o.ir strapplu book And Hi'rh Krar .iuMl4iire Hi your in.- rlrdl-ki; Ndvlnir weary problem', inuring over mmui, Vet with tooth for plum-cake nnd Miar lurnp: K i.intf lwKks of romance In your...

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 1881

f. 1 ftlll.HFY, llllor Md lrpr1tor. Tilt! I IS DAY, SEl 1, 18S1 iiRnm 33ri.n mn i advame. tThcnyou fee a UI.UE Pencil mars thus ' on the margin of your pa-j-cr, ' jonNl know tint tLe time you paid for has expiree, and you are icipectfullj rcqictril to renew. If tlic alove cliamctr r appears on tbe The Western sociation offer .; rw ; ums. This is the largest amount v money oilered by any associa tion in the west. A flock of lie sheen that had ..uuuiea under a tree for shelter "oraaa orm.at Uriggsville, UK, were all killed by a single disl charge of electricity.-jEichange Tho Cheyenne transporter -.gxoomy picture for the c.uie men m that portion of the nuianierntory. It says the grass S Wither .j - - i . 1 . "u uuuu. ana to margin of jour paper In RED pencil, make m&fror. w jou III understand that Jon biye ,rA r.IV" nlV. Ure.8 prvrr.!daijtl.lf.y, nnd arc requested ritfn A 6 " " u""eciions. If d. no at an early date. n ,0e8 not come aoon, no hay . Iran ha rn I ... - .. J can be put...

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 1881

the iiltdieix. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS tiiuksdaY. yur, 1. 18S1. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Joha DjlUr goe to St Lmiis ia a few dji, on baiiaeit. frank WbiUker, m&Je a brief call at Una cfllj jttlfrdtj. U. A. Ward expect bit wife to return from the cut, ia a ibort time. Tbe boy" aire tea gmDfc oar cili ttL tome floe tftntln ihi week. A little child of J. A. Duke bJ been qiite ill for a week rwt, but ia better sow. CaII at thia cfO j if yoa want job work done up in fine ttjle and at reasonable ratea. A young daagbter of Mr. and Mra. Wald haa been Ttry ill for the put week or two. Kit. I), r. ttriinffioa of Iaka, and Trc tiding elder Dackocr of the II , K. church, were ia towa thie week , ' - A brotiter of thw Uarqiaad boyi, from DaUer count, Iowa, arrived at the Lodfr oa Tuesday. Our phyviciane inform oa that there ii ooaalderable aicknea prevailing through oat the country at thia time . The Craiaache county pool ehipped twenty-tetcn car loada oi beef cattle to Kaaaaa City, the first of thi...

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 1881

A VENOMOUS COUPLE. Mortal Combat Bstween a Snalt,. and a Tarantula. When IX McCarthy, a Howard street livery stable keeper, returned from Ar izona recently, be brought among oth er things, an enormous rattlesnake and a largo tarantula, which he confined in a commodious cage. The venomous couple seemed to agre. Great, there fore, was Mr. McCarthy's surprise yes terday morning when one of the stable boys conveyed to him the saddening in telligence that his snake and tarantula, to which he had become greatly at tached, had engaged in a Dght, and that their Inanimate bodies were all that re mained. A Chronicle reporter called at the stable yesterday afternoon, and was greeted by Mr. McCarthy, who, re ferring to his lost pets, said: Wtsll, it's the biggest loss I've had iti a year. Come and see them." The ciigu was visit! and there, in the presence of the dead bodies of the ies tiferous H-ts, McCarthy, in a mournful tone, told how they came into his pos session, as follows: "Alxnit six w...

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 1881

BARBOUR COUN INTO VOL. II. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1881. NO. 14. THE I !. 5 Tli rmMi'nt mn I know on earth Are mrnwhow hand lire brown with toil ; Who, harked hy na ancestral proves, llw town tlm wood arm till the noil: Anl win thr ly a prouder name 1 Imn followi king or warrior's fame. TI working mm, winter th ta-k. ho rarv the une or Ixnr the hod, They bear upon their honest brown 'I lie royal utimp an wal of i;o ; And worthier are thHr drop of sweat Than diamond In a coronet. (Jl Me the nolle working mm. Who rear the rttiei of the plain. Who dig the mines, who Imild the Mpa, Ami drive the commerce of the main, 0h b!esi them, fur their tolling hand Have wrouslit the glory of nil land. THE NEW CIRL. "Now, Charlie, you'll ! sure to re liiein1er." "To remember wli.it T Haiti Mr. Mere dith, with a hoiK'lcs.1 expression of insanity on his countenance. Kate Meredith dropKd lith hands despair ingly at her aides. "Charles! alio txc! aimed, "you don't me...

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 1881

THEE M. I.. Mllirv. Ililr nml lrprrlr- tiitksdav, si:i issi TIKMKi )J I'l II TIM It IX AhVAMT tVlirn jr.ii mo IlM'K I' r.rj m.uK ll.u ' mi the iniriii of jour pa ler, juiwill knew tli.it the tin. e )u i-aiil for lias cxj irci', ai.d jou are Hrpcctfiilly rcnrNd ti renew. If ihc al-vc tli:iinttT apirars on tlie trnrglii it jt nr r In lll'.U i-cncll, J mi will HM'trMti d that )u have liter -u'd iw.) thing. ?ud arc requested o tin m. nt iiti c.nly 'ati'. announcement. I'.u. India :l'.v..c urroLECP rry r.ame R w t 'lm mi' for'h i lii ulrLciiiiOi ll..l'ir (fur ty, nli- t o th lr;io0 ul the Ik lUtl.Ci'.k O.uut) ' ory. rtirn. F. I'a K Alt d. PRESIDENT GAjlFIELD BETTER, Axr ha 111 1 x iiinovnn tolo.cj UK AM II. Just at the time when (ho Na tion had mado up its mind that I he President must die, word was received that ho was very much l'Cticr, and that tho phy sician s"liad strong faith in his ul timate recovery, provided ho could Ic removed from Washing ton to tho tea shore. Arrange men's we...

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 1881

MEDICINE LOIxn:, KANSAS TUU1WDAV. Kl.. 8. ISM. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Ojr pui.u t'.btoj will uii:u ite lirt JI tz Jjy in Octolr r. Will. Vtiriljk tcxj't a IIidj: trip CTer to lUr(Hr l-t w tk. facie IVttr Petit it low in Colorado for tbf benefit of L'-m 1 b A pfntltiuin by tie t-ine vt Ljvc, is in town tilk.Dg of crcainjf in the livery V. W. Uxk ant wife unJ Ujortfe Ovp prrt an 1 wite took trip down in the Tt-r-titorj last week. (J write Oepp-rt wai t.iW.n mldcnly ill on Tu'd-y, tut he h.u -ou:e b-t recov ered at thi. wiitln?. IIinsca& V'unL inin;baui are the boj merchant of II irper. O.vo them a call when you po there. The fraternity of this city are lu) prrparinir for court which will convene in thia p!aco in Octobrr. W. W. Cook and W. P. K-un.old last wctk one I u mind trad of two year eld torn to Mcatn. Field and Duncan, ot IlllDOi. I). A McCanldt ho caad the parti tion to be torn cut of hi store room and li "dropped on" the restaurant business for a time. Wann't that a cold wave ...

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 1881

'.4 A NEW ACriAL ENTERPRISE. Prof. Klnra Coming VoyageHis Nsw-Fathloned Balloon Almost Completed. rtlluuwlplil Tlllire. Trof. King,- suiJ tho reporter in the glad voice of recognition. Formal ities ovrr, the professor was reminded of his promise of several months ago to have completed alout this time a mammoth lalloon with which to dem onstrate the theory that the atmos phere is ffoverned by s constant move ment from the westward, arid having onro establisliM this, show conclusive ly tfiat an aeronaut may cross the At lantic ocean in a balloon, provided it I tare enough nn4 is made of the right cloth to resist leakago of pas. It would take a hook to contain all the profes sor said alxHit his coming experiments and what he expected to demonstrate. The Unit thin; to lo done is to ascer tain as a fact whether the atmosphere, as a whole, does not move from the westward to the eastward. This is to he donn y a series of voyages in the (Jreat Northwest, which the professor, in nlK)ut three...

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 September 1881

JBARBOUK COUN VOL. II. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1881. NO. 15. THE INDEX V it WATCH YOUR WORDS. Kp a watch on your word, my dtrllnzi. For word are wonderful tfiloj? Thr an nwort. Ilk thn bem frehione y Uk th br-, thy hare terrible ntlnev They rn bio-, like the warm, glad, un- And brJshfrn a lonely II f ; 7br can cut. In th utrlfe of anger. Like an open twoclrd knife. t,rmfrM ,Jiroun yur lips unelu!- If their errand h true and kind If they mm to mpport the wenry. To comfort and help the Mini; If a bitter. roTrneful spirit Prompt th wor.M. let them bo unnaid; fhey uiay Qah through a brain like llaht nlnjr. Or fall on a heart like lead. Keep them b.vk. If they're col I and cruel, I; nder bar ami lock and seal ; The wound they make, my darling, Are alwayn alow to heal. My peace guard your lire, and ever, Krom the time of your early youth, May the worU that you fatly tittwr II the word ot beautiful truth. The Parity. HOW MISS JENKINS "GOT OUT OF IT." It...

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 September 1881

M. L. lllirJIPT, rdltwr mmI rrpr1er TIILKSDAY, FLT. 15, 1SS1 tiumki jirrji tmrijt advame. When you pc a UI.UK Pencil roars Chnfl ' on the margin of yonr ra per, joasvlll know that the time you paid for bat expiree', and you are iepcctfully requested to renew. If tti above diameter appears on the margin of your r-nj-cr In RKI) pencil, you will n.u1erUnl that you hare reTcr patJ anything, rnd are requested to 1o so at an early date. ANNOUNCEMENT. I'd. Isdkx PIeae anrnunc my name Cnii--tft forth lffic of Sheriff ol llarar couoty, tutt-ct to the oVcuioa of the H-poMca County TcTrnticr. C y Packahp. At me Judicial Convention held at Kinsley lastVeelc, J. C. Strang of Lamed, received fh nomination for Judge of the lGth lamct, mi me nrst ballot. CATTLE & IJOItSE MARKET. From Ft. Worth L- JonrBai . The rapid and continued ad vance in the price of Hock cattle and young cattle for next spring drive, has caused buyers to hold off for awhile. Parties owning cattle are airaid to price them, ...

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. — 15 September 1881

i i i t I; 1 1 V TIKE laSTDEX. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY, SEI 13. 1881. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Hod. K:kert w off to the fair and will afterward iit hi parrnU in III. Barney O'Connor tad Clmley McDjw werfl up from tb range thU wef k. 8iz brand new lambr wtjfcmf were brought in lor Geo. Geppert Taenia j. We have bad tome of the most pleasant weather for the ptit week that man could wiah for. Mr. Mtjhew ami ton were up 16 the lodge this week, Uyuf in a large lot of lopphtt. We doa't want oar buiiaeM men to for Ktt that we do all kinde of job work at reasonable ratrt. , Daring the absence of D b. E kert, the barber shop U preside! oer by Charley Howe, of Ilotchinson. Ida, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vfald. who has been dangroasly ill for some weeks, is slowly recovering. lion. Geo. D. Urner and Ry. VasSlyke, Ev, of Medicine Lodge, were in the city, Tuesday .I U atchinson Ilerali. Nearly a car load of wagons were on looded here Monday for some party in Medicine Lodge. jU arpr Times. Mr. an...

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 September 1881

THE GENESIS OF SLANG. Somt of tht Popular Phraiet of By gont Dayi. Kw T b tar. The tendency of Americans Is and luts Leon for many rears toward quaint and expressive slanj" for the terse exrrwsion of thought, A few years lo it was popularly supposed that only the lower classes of society in dulgM in this form of expression, but it eeu at present to pervade all jrraJes, and the young lady of Murray Hill wll Ulk of tips" at Jerome park In a most nonchalant way, and suggest that you "take a tumlle" or "give us a rest with the most ingrain of Goth am's coarser wordings. Tracing these popular slang phrase to their origin constitutes an interest ing study, and often leads the explorer Into the det-pest depths of literature, DouUlms thousands of persons have heard the expression, "What will Mrs. Grundy say V yet not one in a thousand L aware that it is found in the first scene of the first act of Morton's fa vorite comedy, "Speed the I'lough." "Too thin" is often heard when the hearer wish...

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. — 22 September 1881

BARBOUR- COUNTY INDE 5 VOL. II, MEDICINE IX)DGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1881. NO. 16. T OUR FAITH. Tl ' rii(,t'.4 t rfor.j in ; ' I' I rn.'iri y" Mrcn ?. ronl.irt n tWro our 1 ho l..-l.t will l ..mr; i:uf .(. idling for rlxlit I In salvation for nun; We linc failli In our (ixl, Aii-l riii'i'iT wc can. If In tniiitlx n w trust. Wn in y a Wf II j Irltl, l.xtrruU n'rr tle fiM : I '.ut rrtTitfnlli2 for rlirlit, We l .!. the fort ntlll ; W'f l.ave faltli In our ;!. At 'I coii-jiicr we will. Sf I .'.hi :i (nir'!vc Trit-t In our own arm, Vi sli.ill tiixt vrry u V"'v' raiiM for alarm: li.it rnutrudirig for right, In A rail-- Hut li Junt, V liavp faltli In our (il. A ii I roiujurr ww mint. MARCH ARNOLD. T!. ior.i'.fvi g.i:,t li.ltld , to-morrow at 4 P. M. Fleaso come dressed in white, but conceal your sum mery attire under a water proof or some ample wrapping. SI.' Marveling much at this odd whim, we sought our friend's home at the hour designated. After the last ar riv...

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. — 22 September 1881

v M. L. Mlll.nrr, rlil.r aimI Proprietor. THURSDAY, SKl 'J- niwMi 04 rui r.n i ahxamt.. On call a report of Bfrnvs on janoua ranges, was made as fol lows : On Ally's rantro. 3 L f v i ti On IUmoy'H ranjre, one L O N, four l,a I circle stirrups an-J one 70 On Melro.e'.s ranee. f,rio ,,ar. On L..ck-rJ& McUratl,' range one t II D connected. On Hill Smith's range, one C II v connected. On Sherlock cl- Mill's ran cp, 1 I .luri.nnd, one A D one 17 an-1 I Wo A U. "11- Hunt's rnnire, one 4 7 1 V.ne ''"Jl" circle L, two II tVlicujou ma BI.I'K IVmil ni.uk fhm ' on tin nnrgin of your I'ft i cr, ' J mi III knew tl., 'if. tl,e time ymi pnltl for hit explm', and 3 tti ure Mii t tfn!ly rcQticNd to renew. If the nliovr 1 liriirtrr nrirtr on tl.r ir..rin ..( .nnr .n.rr l I!Hl . . ... II 1 lis,' Circll J, Mil .,rr.i.. ll.at 1, l.ar l?.!,M.l,,,l,d,:neA J- i.i . V" ,".""',y liros. ranee, one t ..tr..n I 1 i,. . ' i"' ,u "r ii. in circle. tn fn ... nt 1111 early date. A N N 01' N C DM K N T. I n. Il...

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. — 22 September 1881

MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS TIIUHSDAY, HEP., 23. 1M. LOCAL HEWS ITEMS. List week A. L. Duncan told seventy loJ of cattle to A. W. Litrle. Thrro it evidently a wedding on (he tapis in thit community, before Tery long. J B;n. Kaufman went o?cr to Wellington last Monday, on business, and returned jcstcrdy. gUarr. Davis was the first man in town to Wrar ciape ia memory of the Presi dent' death. J Attention is called to the new adrer i titement of the Turkey Creek Mills in this Impreuion. f Thd lirl intallnifnt bf iron work for HUndiford, Yoamon it Co.'new luilJing, armed jriderdsy. Still the candidates on the HepuUican ticket for the various county cClce, are being jabd forward. I). Vai b ke and (atnily are now occu pying 'heir new tpaidence ia the south taatern part of ih cry. Mr. I.tit'ir At iof, torrruitii of the Cm set, and Min Kunia T)W spent lant Sablath viaitinir frimi at I ika. Kl. y unle, th Kentlenianly and tal ented youuK attorney, wan up into Pratt county this week, on lvl 1 uinf...

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. — 22 September 1881

LITERATURE AS A BUSINESS. Pail and Present Example, and the Part Journalism Has Played. LwkIo 11:7 News. Tho stories of Olway, Chattfrton. and Savace prove tlut tfio misery of f ven iliatinguishctl men of letters was aom thing more than a myth, suggest M ljr Pope's lutrnl of drub street. Tho vast incrrruw in the number of readers has ratoetl littr;tture from the gutter, and even enabtnl hrr to share th rruirbi that fall from civic tables. Chatterton ami Otw.iy, and even Sav n?e, rould scarcely in'tnagn to starve In our time. To bo mire, If they had Insisted on writing jxvtry, and roth ing but l"etry, they might have ma-le ariiialntanre with hunger, bankrupt cy, and the work-he ute. Jlut the times would have taught them w isdom. There h only one recorded instance of a iH't who refusal to write even an ordinary letter in irne, and he was a Frenchman of 18 )0. In Chatterton' days the most degraded failures in lit erature, tho joets whose lines would neither scan nor rhyme, turned 'gaze...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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