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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 19 January 1883

" BARBOUR COIMW MBEX; ' " 1 ' TERMS DEVOTED TO THE UP BUILDING OF THE CITY. AND THE LIVE STOCK INTERESTS OF THE SOUTHWEST $2 A YEAR I) n (1 VOL. 3. Comanche Pool BEA1TDS. ComancLc Pool Horse Brand. (T on right hip Post office Kv ansville. No one U author ized to Mil r dijfOSfl of any hon or mule in tnfs brand 'except (hv di. rrctor. A. G. Evans, R. W. Pinmrs. E. V. Payne. i4 KVAX3, HUN TER fc EVANS Kali on either side nrd bar un ler the tall. Ear mark Jinger Bob in each ar Additional Brand: Heart upside down on lelt ltlp. Ear inarkH-Mvallow lork In each car on omo cattle. Another lot branded 11 3 on ship and hip and rail on cither wide. wrne brnmlerl ft on ido and E on left hip crop In left underhalf crop In right Some branded II on Ride and II on lett hip crop and nnderhlt each e.ir. in. other lot II on loir, side. Another lor Arrow brand on left hip p!U In each car. R. W. I'HILLirS H f " Von each side or U U hip. Addition I nl biards. 74 con J I rrtert on left hlD ol motile ftock ...

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. — 19 January 1883

THE INDEX. Z. T7. PAT HZ, Proprietor. MEDICINE IHX1E. BAHBOUB CO.. KAN'S cuiuieut COZX2XENT. Tnz earnings of the Chicago and Alton rotd for the yctr 1832 were $3,231,408, against $7,fi57,740 in 1831. Tub Acting Oorcrner of Iceland, the Bishop, and other persona of note, in a communication, Ray that, notwithstand ing the large donationa received, there must be great distress from a want of food In Iceland during the winter. Ttie mercantile failures of the country for tho year just closed are reported at 6,738 in number, as against 5,532 in 1831. Liabilities for last year, $101,000,000 as compared with $-31,000,000 in 1881. While the failures last year show a con siderable increase on any year since 1880, In comparison with 1878 and 1879 the figures are not Interpreted unfavorably. ThU Is especially the case when it is re membered thit the number engaged in trade shows a large gain, whilo the Tolume of trado ia greatly increa.ncd. In Tiew of the increased number in trade the failures ...

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. — 19 January 1883

E. T7. PAYHE, Proprietor. MEDICINE 'LODGE. UAIIBOCB CO.. XAN3. -4 MOTH EL'S LOVE. Pom diy, When others bnM your thick brown halrr And drape your form n utile and lace. When others call you "dear" nnd "fair." And hold your nnn ' and kl-ts your face u II not forget that far above -All other H a mother's love. Heme flay, 'Monu utrantrem In far dlUnt land, In your n'W h mr beyond the n?a. When at your lip are baby huxls And children nyUx ut vour knro Oh, then, ha. ot our n le they grw. Hour 1 havo loved you you wld know. Hmc day, . "Whtn you inut feci love's heavy los. You will rvuiemb r tbor ye ira, Wh n l.too, bent txncitbthe croM, And mix my n rmnrj wit i vir tear. Tn Pn h tark hour t not nfr.iid: Within the r shadow I have prayed. Somo day. Your dau!iter'a voice, cr smile, or eye. My fac? will pii'Mndy recall: Tfcen vou will jmuo In swft !iirprlc. And ynurpoul unto ran; will call In that doitr unlortrntten iTiyer, Which we at evening uoi t fhiro. Some dav, A flower, a ma, a word, tn...

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. — 19 January 1883

THE INDEX. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS Fill DAY J AS. 10. 1833. As the bulk of the young cattle have been coutractcd for tlwf next fpring drive, says the Texas Live Stock Journal ve cm lorm a close catltnate of the total . number to bo driven, the claw cT cattle and their dcstl- nation We esthn-.Jte the total number of cattle to go up the trail at 22J,000 head, of whleh 140,000 Will be yearling steers, fi5,000' two year" old steers, and 15,000 three yrar old steers and female cattle. Of the total number driven not more than 120,000 head will be bu the open market. At Dodgo and Og ilalU the other 100,000 have ben or will bo sold for ranch purposo. Tho prices at which these cattle have been coutrac el on the'ranchc3 where they start from varies from $10.50 to $12.50 for year- lingiaud $14.50 to SI '3.00 for two year old steers; the three year old steer ruling at $18 and $19. Tho few female cattle to be driven are nearly all for ranch purposes and sold at fancy prices." From these estimates...

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. — 19 January 1883

THE INDEX. BT THE INDEX FIlHfTISU COHTANY, E. W. Patwk. Pres. & Buflcress Masagzb - TniTTn ti rzn yeah in advjlncx Col. Brand I up from tho range this Wttk, enjoying city lLfe. Win. Powell, formerly of Sun City, now of Iuka, was In the capital of Barbour m tral diys thU week. MAJ. John Wilson, after remaining here a week, left for the Comanche pool range Tuesday. From a recent letter we learn that Kick tihr rlock U wintering at his old home in Illinois, but will be here before long. Mr. II A. Meigs has purchased the inter est of Geo. Oliver In the feed store and will continue the business at the old stand. A chnnpj has been made in the firm of titandiford, You man & Co., II. II. Richards retiring. He will return to Wichita. Roll Clark returned this week from his Tislt to Newton, where ho reports having had a delightful time for several weeks. T. F. Beach haajwrchasedj a haf inter est In the liardware,cstablishment of A. C. Bender. Capt Roberts is looking around In the atcrn ...

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. — 19 January 1883

I m . 1 - PACTS AND FIGURES. ' Thr consamption of thread of tho test praties in tho 1 United. States is 21,- , OOO.OgO spools per annum. " . .-nland paid about S17.0OO.O0O for convincing Arabl Boy that he ought . . not to robol nalnst his own gorcrn- Tho who!o nnmbcr of letters mailed in this country during the year 18b0 was 1.05.V57b or an average of 21 . to each man, woman and child in tho 4 country. ' A joint stock- .company has been or ganized at Columbia, Ma, for a 0,000 aero cattle ranch in Texas, tho lands bein located near railroads and about 100 rales west of Dallas. The compa : . ny have 3150.000, and will fence the cntiro, tract. . Ia 1881 18.G70 persons were killed by snakes in India, and 2,767 by wild . finfmals; :43,C0'J head of cattle were de stroyed, oy snakes and wild animals ; durtnjr tho samo 'year; 254.968 snakes and 15274 wild animals were destroyed, and Rs.l0810 disbursed by the gov crnmcntln rewards for their 'destruc tion.: r . Mf. Henry M. Smith, of Worceste...

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. — 19 January 1883

AoTiiEpncjitn)Rrf r TsrrHTse Results, of an KxplosUn of Flro Damp In av Coal Mine at CouUersVille, IlLr-Doeotiptlon of tho Calamity by On of tho Survivor. f' CouLTKRSTiLLr, Ilu, Janutry t. On of tbo sadden accident that bu erer len chronicled la thU section of tbe Slat occurred at the coal mine operated by Jonea A NUbet to-day. An exproaion tore tblnjca to pieces generally, entailing a terrible loaa of life, ". r ' . It waa Juit four o'clock this afternoon Jhn tbe engineer, L. DarK was, startled 7 a lauded explosion which shook tbe earth, and looking toward tbe mouth of tbe baft b aaw a rolumo of thick, black amoke pouring therefrom. Only one explanation presented Itself to bit mind, and that waa a horrible one an explosion of fire-damp. He knew that tbe foreman and eleren other bumaa tefn were below, and he waa fair lj paralyxefor an instant at tbe thought of their fate. He waa brought to hia senses by a abarp tins jU tbe signal bell, bowing thai there waa tome one atill alive belo...

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. — 19 January 1883

'S J tu n cumin. 1 "V . . . . . 1 Ua DotD nips o iaes none nrano ame on left bip Uaofle cn Cimtna Iroa. Indian Tern U'ory FoLtIUct ncin- Ljdg. -11 1 -11 1 Jii CJD SHERLOCK '& r y mit.iq ' Cattle and horn I brand a follow runt vide runt tide J 5 L on 3 L na right der. r. Pool- and MLS on Me. Horse brand 6 L on leftiboul K ir mark on 5 L Cattl. 7 in ac) Ringe, Slt Fork and Eagle Chi P. 0., K'owa. Ka. 2-43 1 it V &AMUKL GaTCU. f T. A. MtCieareT in charge. ) any where on the Minimal, r-arniarn J lop off left ear and UJDlit in right. P -0 Lawrence, h. 5 R.T. Suiklds. 82 on both m'de a n c h on North Flm, 16 mile north it the Lodge. Medicine Lodge 6 rnrkhart & Fall. fTriangie'H'oneith Oerside. Aiaiuonai I brands KID on citb- er tide. 075 on left ' side. Hone brand triangle II. on the lata left hip. Ruee Sind Creek and Hsckberry pvI Post office Medicine idge, Kama. 8 I 35 I , Mrf- V - I -If', Post office Sun C;ty. W. A. ESLICK. Anywhere on the animal. Kange on Medicine river we...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 19 January 1883

L C r V t E GOV. CLICK'S MESSAGE. To tht Legitlaturt: In obedience to a Constitutional require ment and a time-honored custom, it is made my duty to address you and submit such facts, report and recommendations for your consideration and action that tnay be Import ant to the State and furnish you such infor mation a may aid you in the faithful and in telligent discharge of your duties, so that you may perform them with ddellty to your con stituents: and credit to yourselves. An abundant harvest has rewarded the hus bandman for his labor; the stock Interests of the State hare been prosperous and remuner ative, while labor has been fairly rewarded. All business has been reasonably productive, wbtlo the material wealth of the State has steadily and fairly Increased, and demon strates in an eminent and satisfactory man ner that our State, while 3-et In 1U Infancy, Is capable of a development that will surprlo the thoughtless, and create wondor and ad miration In the minds of those who c...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 19 January 1883

The Increase of population Increase the business of the merchant and tradesman, and f umlshes work and employment to our me chanics at remunerative wage. It Rives tho Htnte the power of numbers, and increases Its Influence in a national as well a a commer cial poll t of view. Kansas, offer, perhaps, more real and substantial inducement to the immigrant than any other locullty where vacant land exists or where homes can be purchased at moderate prices. We have a magnificent school system, endowed by an annuul dls hursablo f und of over $.1 3no.0CO.0O with all the advantages thnt society and refinement give to tljc people of any State. To the stockman nnd agriculturist, our State offers induce ments that no other locality surpasses. We have a soil of unsurpassed fertility, a salubri ous rliinnte, short winters, with an annual rainfall that produces abundant harvests to reward ths husbandman, and plenty of water and srrccn pastures for the fetoca-man, whether he wants the tame or nativ...

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. — 26 January 1883

BARBOUR COUNTY INDEX. 1 i TERMS DEVOTED TO THE UP BUILDING OF THE CITY. AND THE LIVE STOCK INTERESTS OF THE SOUTHWEST; $2 A YEAR VOL. 3. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO.,. KANSAS, JANUARY 26, 1883 NO- 34. Comanche Pool JB IRr .A. ILT ID S . Comanche Pool Horse Brand. CP on right hip Pout cllkc Ev iinvill No ono Is author ized to or dipose of any horw-s or mules in tills brand ?Jj except the di. rectors. A. G. Evans IS. W. Piiru.irs. E. YT. Payne. 21 KVANS, HUN TEK A EVANS VfM on either and bar un 1cr the tall. Ivir mark. Jinger Hob in etch ear vuciiiionm prandt: Heart upside down on left hip. tar marks-wallow fork In each car on lomo cattle. Another lot branded II 8 on tide and hfp and rail on cither idc. fSame branded 5 on ddo rind E on left hip crop In left nnderhalf crop In rljrht Dome branded II on side and II on left hip crop and undcrblt e ich r ir. An other lotllonlett side. Another lot Arrow brand on left hip p!it In each ear. U. W. Phi ixi rs on faeh ldc or i r t hip. Addition a...

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. — 26 January 1883

TI-IK INDEX. E. T7. PAYNE, Proprietor. ITEDTTftK T, uoi:. IMIlBortR CO.. K ANt CURRENT COMMENT. The House Appropriation Committee found it Decenary to increase their ap propriations for pensions to 85,000,000, and therp is no expectation that this will be enough. iNroitMATON has been received in Washington that the Mexican Senate has ratified the treaty entered into by the American and Mexican Commercial Re ciprocity Commission! This treaty pro vides for the free admission into Mexico of all American manufactures, in return for free entry into the . United States of all raw materials grown in Mexico, in cluding ugar, tobacco, ppiccs,- fruits, bial-gras, jute and other fibres. Attorney General IIrewhter has made a report of payment to Special Counsel in the Cuitcau and Star Uoute trials. In the Cluitcau trial John K. Porter and W. I). Davidgc were each paid 510,000. In the Stir Route trials attorney's fees were paid Iat year to George Bliss, S38,1G0; W. W. Ker, $11-, 200; V. A. Cook,...

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. — 26 January 1883

r. V7. PAYNE, Proprietor. IICDICINK L iXlE.-IUUlkiUlt CO.. KAN OVEll THE WAY. Th-re'i a mrnr h over tho wiy! Jin bcarn-i hf brovr ni ntud 1 I ciowi, JJo tra n In hi tr H no b oodrcd wn, ( tlninr UithA no n'trn' t r.ntr; Hut ht i-rHI M-cr e 1 th t of a Kin This bab over tbo way. Thcro'a aduipot over the war! No b ill r: d, n cr-strd uhlol I he vaunts. Yr nx ii helmet ink no t um" ho rhuiLs, No clMtrr n? brj at Mi hrn ttfnl; Hut m'I Nt Mi b ok in thml lm b:n4 To tb bub ovoc tbo way. Thrro'i a wUarl oror tho wijr! And to hnnJ. b rc bin nilid b u j ryes Are t rw kbl i he ol 1 prnpr'et ci: 1 ho yrtfr oM"mi ht w imli ani few, Aixl lull. 1 1 th lr n't ul. a tboiand now blurt up fr m ov.t tho way. TBTo'i a prorhM n rr the war! r'T 4-tliiHf thn w II- .tbo-wl'p or doubt, 'tiiin c l"r tb Unt rti of r ta thimes out, Aixl ti rmijrh tbo DMt bo m tbo aneh rod b ii: ? . - Lo! ;lM 1 re'cits, afil must mcvn-weli Ily nurh Ii tl" ones ovor the w yl" A NIGHT ADVENTURE IN LONDON. The nigh', wai h'dcous. ...

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. — 26 January 1883

THE INDEX. MKDJCINE LODGE, KANSAS FIIiDAY JAN. 2J 1883. PUBLIC LAMS A dlipaUh from Wathlogton dated the &)th iuiyi: On next Monday a bill Is to b) reported in ttre Senate committee on Public Land which will permit scttlen to entf r lands whlcli have been fenced in and are now occupied by itock men, whose clalmiiro not a matter of record. The ulll will provide that In any case where the occupant claims under coloror title derived from any source which, upon Investigation, thai bt proved invalid, he shall hare the preference of the right to acquire a title from the United States, either by settlement un der the homestead or pre-emption laws, of an amount not exceeding 1G0 acre,and not exceeding the amount held under such color of title. It Is claimed the cattle tnen have In closed large tracts of public lands, and that tinder an existing law no one can make an entry of the land thus Inclosed. Col. Hunter, of Mhsouri, who arrived here to-day and who is largely interested in cattle,...

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. — 26 January 1883

TH-E INDEX. Dt THE I5DEX PIUXT15U COMPANY, Tjmnnt earmt tcau in advajtcx Ileub. Lake' ball on the 22.1 of Febru ary. Henry Bllckhibn Is In St. Louis this reek buying good Qtuirterly meeting two weuki from to-morrow We are cUll Uklug wool on subscription The thinly are promised plenty of keg beer tbls summer AI Eekert has fitted up a parlornext to the barber shop County Treasurer Itousa inade a satijffcctory set tlement with the state and returned home lasttfitnrday Mrs. llcCmlcM Is enter taining herfriend Mrs. Atherton, of Oso- Motomle, tills week Allen Sraltb has re turned from an extended visit to Illinois Editor McNesl declines to be a candi date for JuhUcc of the peace The club dsncea promise to be popular Mr. L. Iff will start on a tisft to tbc Eastern part of tbls state and Illinois next week Jesse L. U. Ellis spent tbls week In town. Frank Btnrter was up from Kiowa yester day I. A. alcCanlcsa is sick and con fined to Ids room Capt.E&tdl returned from a weeka visit to his ...

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. — 26 January 1883

A Pccadc'i Eeconl. V -A , I I In ttho year 1872 tho nmtlcc&s of jonorul rant' a Administration bceamo o intolerable as to t lire a' en tho over throw, if not the destruction, of tho Ho publican party. Its chief leaders and iricnd-t demanded reform, but their do-fu-ihu. was treated wish contempt by tho mercenaries who represented tho President, and Charles Sumner and the pa'axy of mon who joined him wero obliged to proso -uto tho r aim from a position outtfide tho party they had bo Jonir served muL honored' Tho revolt was a formidable one, and the move ment inaugurated at Cincinnati, with Charlo Francii Adams as its utandard IxMircr, nvirht have avcriod tho dispen sation of organized plunder and tho t which have s nco bo "woefully a'.Hictod vcry branch of tho Civd tk)n ico. Hut thi was not to be. (icorgo William I Curtis and tho lto publican ro formers of , his tyj o demanded reform within iho r party," and ou!d not tolciato the idea of bolting. Tucy said tho way to re-1 form tho...

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. — 26 January 1883

FACTS AND FUJUIIES. Eleven new churches in course o! construction in New York will coot Si',- Ooo.ooo. Thoro vrx $250,000,000 worth ol bccrtlmnlc in this country last year, be ing l.).uwtOOO gallons. .V. 1'. Herald. In pitc of a somewhat extensive envKration of French ('una I inns to the Un ted Statc. they have increased in number from 1,08.000 ten years no to tho present population of l,-"JiS0.y. The cl y of London, prca linij out so ni to include its suburb', now num bers lv7fv0 KJ pc?p!e. which is a mil on rnoro than there are in Scotland, with in 400.000 of the whole of Ire an I. ami more I ban in Sweden, Holland or Por tugal. No other country in tho world of fers such lacili for t'pplin as the populous and polished Kingdom of 15ei ium. who-o i ,0) ,0' inhabitants an nually consume .ibout r.O,0);6o I i,uarU of alcoho ie li uors. There is an aver age of one public liousc for every twelve male lie iain. and in some parts o' the country tho Mipply i.s nearly twice as Rrcat. China i...

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. — 26 January 1883

C Oa lotb hipi or ftdes iiorve brand anie on left hip. Uanre on Cimraa- iron. Indian lem cxsnxa a tisihoxs. i , ,1 .On both sides. Ear marKi crop and klit in rieht, over-slope inhfu 5 1 V BiIERLOCK;& Cattle and hone J Wanda as follows: J h Ti on rlL'ht aide. 3Lu right side, and M L S on riffht side. Hore brand 5 L on left shoul der. Kar mark on 6 L Cattla. 7 in ach r. iUnro. Salt Fork and Eaele Chiff Alo any place on - . ... animal, .bar mark 7 In both ears. Horpea branded l on left hip. "" KmKe had of r J JfMulecreek, Coman--T-r "iche county, Kana. Pot-cflice, Soldier Creek. 12 Fool' P. 0.. Kiowa. Ka. 2-43 V Samuel Gatcii. ( T. A. McCiearey inJcharKe.) any vhtfre on the . i j ' " il animal . rarraiUK licroD off left ear and 7m lf Jaolit in riabt. P '" ' '0 Lawrence, K. 5 Wm. KELLY. Anywheren onthe animal. Addition al brand, 24 con I nected,and figure 2 1 . U. Medicine Loige Ran Re, Ki !owa and Medicine 38 R. T. Shields. 0 connPCPil. O. GARDNER. Any where on animal. P.O.Ki owa, ...

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. — 2 February 1883

barboiir coijnty index ; . . ; TERMS DEVOTED TO THE DP BUILDING OF THE CITY. AND THE LIVE STOCK INTERESTS OF THE SOUTHWEST, $2 A Year VOL. 3. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, FEBRUARY 2 1883 NO- 35 f ComanchdSPool B "&j -A. IsT 3D S. ConancLe Tool Horse Brand. CP on right hip Post oOoe tv antville. No one is author Izcd to tell or dispone of any how or mules In this brand except the dl rectors, A. G. Kvaxs, B. W. Pamirs. C KVANB, HUX TEtt EVANS l?all on cither tide and bar on der the tall. Ktr marks Jloger Bob in each ear Additional TtranUf : Ueart npiule down on lelthlp. Kar marks-ewallow fork in each ear on domfl cattle. Another lot branded U 4 on side and hip and rail on olther tide. Bom branded 5 on tide and E on left Mp crop In left under half crop In right tome branded II on tide and XI on left hip crop and tinderbtt each ear. An other lot II on left side. Another lor Arrow brand on left nip split in eaeb CAT. rniLLlra h ild or Addition rdi,?4 eon- on left hio itoek . ...

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. — 2 February 1883

THE' IOSlDESr Z. V. PAY5E, Proprlitor. 1 MEDICINE LODGE. BARBOUR CO.. KANS CURRENT COMMENT. ' BiSMAitCJ is said to be opposed to al lowing anj facilities for the return of German emigrants after their naturaliza tion' as American citizens, as they thus . obtain exemption from military service. Dir. Charles T. Lauer, of East Sf Louis, was recently convicted on two counts in the United States District ( Court, r at Springfield, Ills., of counter feiting money in 187G. .He was connect ed with,a.gang of counterfeiters in Jef ferson County, in that fttatc. , A JltntM-ff di.Hpatch states that the Crown Frince and Crown Frinccss de clined to receive any presents on the oc casion of their silver wedding, and re 'rjuc?teo! the donors to expend the money they proposed thus u?ing in alleviating the ditres.i caused by the late inunda tions. ... The Oago Indians, located in .the In . dian Territory, arc wiid to be the wealth iest nation of people per capita In the world. There are only about 1,7...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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