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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 29 September 1881

n THE BARBOUR GOUN NDI VOL. IL MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1881. NO. 17. !! u .'I THE CRISIS Has Como and President James A. Garfield Has Passed Beyond tho Great Gulf of Eternity Leaving a Nation of Fifty Mil lion Mourners With all Civilized Governments on tho Globo As Sympathizers in Our National Bereavement. I'M DEATH. The president passed awar at 10 SO o'clock .Monday evening, tho'lOth inst From what can he ascertained, his death was from sheer exhaustion. Tlio Xew York Telegram's extra says: At the president's bedside, hold ing his poor emaciated hands in her own and vatrhlng with anguish unut terable tho fast vanishing sands of life, s it thn faithful, devoted wife dur ing the cloning hours of tho president's career. Around him were other weep ing friend, and physicians lamenting I heir powerleasness in tho presence of tho dark angel of death. Toward the last tho mind of the sufferer wandered, lie was onco nioro hack In Mentor amid those scenes ...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 29 September 1881

THE MSTIDIEIX. Wichita is groat on npVc ventures the latest be.ng the, r kansas A aley Sunshine, edited y.f fe. Jennings an anti-mon-opolist of the most bitter type. J he paper will deal strictly in (Jreenbackjsmndisthe only or- A HEADQUARTERS. D. VANSLYKE, DEALER IN Hijvjsen & Vanlaningham, J.'SjjE M. I.. ltly, litilor mimI rmprlrlor VI j Tin:i:si).Y, m;i 2: isi iiuMMi )i i t it vi:ic i aiivami:. We have fitted up the room south of the Index office, far a Bakery, where jou will find BREAD, CAKES AND PIES, In fact everything kept in a first class Bakery. J2TWe ask your patronage and feel satisfied we can give satifaction . OLIVER & KAUFMAN, Medicine Lodge. Kansas. 14 Tl N vt luo Pa"7 m southern Kan sas. ESTKAY LIST. Slrays on Sherlock k -FOK- Mill CATTLE MEN'S SUPPLIES. 1 5 i ( o 111 HIEIAIDIQ UIAIRITIEIRIS mutt IK! 11 U li. fjiu me a HI. IK IV ncil nm k Ihtu ' on the Mirgin of your pa lir, ' iruU) kin'W tli.if the time jfii p:iM for hu ixi'Iro', and you art nIxtfully rcQuc-...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 29 September 1881

MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY, SEP.,- "3. 11. LOCAL HEWS ITEMS. The tnplin-i.liolic ty nr ahiat over. ' I'? 0" I. . I'Uiupf cqwi cat ucn added to nur hrl lhi we-k. A toWnph lini i be intr contracted i'7 thi i?-)vrmaacat from DjJgs Ci'y to Cmp S ipply. VJ urJortan 1 that Frank Fisher anJ family intcud to occupy Dr. K-'sslcr'a rci idence Jjrinir Vii Rlnnre. I) K. S i l-I n m layl lg in a very large and nicely mlrctoil idork of dry goodg, and U (.Ming thrrn aw.iy c'on. Try hiio. Mr. Juvinall, tf Lake C.ty, come in Tus-!.y an ! drdor" I the 1xikx sent to hi father at Ui"r Sialuky, Ouio, for on' year. OathilSh ot (MoUr Ihtritt court Vi!l convent in this place Judge Stranjj H ill r....1.-m1.A.11tf I .A a laro dock' t. It frm th for the ticuurcrship ftrtw ! bttwi-f n Wallace Home ami J. IL K.wly jlr. Wool having withdrawn from thft co itcsf. (iio. Uitr is now locate J at CI jfl" crf vk, in Harper county, and wrife that li w'.f) rented him with an eibt pound ttirl lat week. Oar readers ar...

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. — 29 September 1881

A TORRID TORNADO. Th Horrors on the Lint of the Storm of Fir in Northern Michigan. A Chicago Times rrrrMrntatlve wj10 vialtM the dfsotatfil rrsjion on Sunday, the 11th Inst., Rim the following aj pallinj account f tho diro ilii-uter, writing from K.ml 15m.li: Thla h.aa bwn a po1 Sunday for the unhappy people of the northern ifnin ula. A week n?o th scores of little white churches th.it dotted the prcs I rous section, were thri)n?Ml y l.oj-e-ful worshipers, whoso supplicitious were burdened with little of sorrow. Imt were overflow ln;j with devout thanks to the Great Giver for His rememhranco In the nhao of good crop nl unusual health. IVtlay these s ime eople, sratterel nr.d Inrnif les and Lowed with w ;ue pitting about the sites of their turned home stend. and lingering near the ruin of their smouldering shrines, sorrowfully pondering on the awful uncertainty of human affairs, and prr!i.is doubting the kindness and divine sympathy of which they have heard so much each Sunday from t...

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. — 6 October 1881

nn BARBOUR COB INDEX NTT . . LA VOL. II. MEDICINE LODGE, BAEBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1881. NO. 18 THE FUNERAL CORTEGE. Removal of tho Assassinated President from Long Branch to tho Capitol. Tho Dead Executive's Remains Displayed to tho Public at tho Cottage. Viewing th Remains. AT Til K COTTAGE, i l.,rf Turin, Urpt 31. Just two weeks ago yesterd.iy den. G utirld was brought here. Ilii body was r turw d this morning by tlio came I-cnpla who brought him to Long Branch. It was the same engine, tlie same englnrcr, Wm. Page, tho name conductor, J. N. WhHpley, and the same ftupoilntcndrnt of one of the di visions of tho Pennsylvania railroad, Mr. Prevmt, who accompanies tho fu neral train to Cleveland. There was was not sufficient notice given of the fact that tho public would he allowed to seo tho lody this morning nt the Francklyn cttag to bring much of a crowd. Tlnv.o who came were tho vis itois at Ing Brunch, the iople who live in cottages, the local -nple from the villa...

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. — 6 October 1881

V " I - THE If. U. Mil ft'.III'Y, Idllor kim Proprietor Rya an active train THURSDAY, OCT. 0, 1SS1 Ti ling i oirrn Yr,u i aivamt. ANNOUNCEMENT. V'm I m r ; l'l.y nrnnnr.r m V n c-tnJiditte for thr tl'Ko of Mr lt.irtur rouctr. uli tt t) the deem the II J uU.cun Count j 'if v ntior. C. F. I'M KAHP naraf riifol ion cl as (.1(1.1 ii.m u tu i:.vrio.. ill picink I over., Kan. All CiMfnl-irVeri of I'.iH-our county rtnrirl to uni t In nwi lonvrn lln In Sl.tUcino Ix.! mi Mtunlay, Ovt.'J.M-l, at 1:U)o t !" k p. in to ix.Mliutu candldaO-a lr li,.- county .Mi. .-. W. II. M'i i i. hr inn. 1.1-t, IOH lJM Altll. Pcm- t4-i:tT4ii ma rouniy 01 i,,u"i mi- n ipit tl t n. t In the :H' i luting i.r cim H on tlm Mh day ( I 'I'tober, 11 i.i '2 f Vlak, p. ru., fr !!. purK)..c of n. ln tln drigate t tl rMinty con trillion, to h I ti l nt Mt : ine Lodc. i) t.l r l'l, nt '.' (hi p. m. 1 lolloping l tin iiuml.iT rf dele Vi,ti t uliK W lath tow nthip U ir.tl Nn lty. LUool. T.O. ('nil''. .( r t iry . l.nU City, K...

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. — 6 October 1881

MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY, OCT., C. ISM. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Ihe brick kilo was lire J up on Tuesday evening. We bare Lo?n doing ionic flno potter work thin work. Jin. C. W. Steele left for tbo caitern part of th utate last Monday. Chail 'y Taliaferro is building a large ixed addition to Lii rmidfnce. Lint week olp an J ton purchased five hundred had of thwp of Mr. Thompson. Ou. llegwar intend to rebuild his res idenco in a short time, so wo aro informe t. Charley Kthor will ko through to Mil waukca in chargi of Ilaughtoa Uros'. horses. A Rfntlfman ty the name or McPhee, from Anthony, was in town Monday of this week. Lena Mooro had a hcuro raining the other day, ntwh'.ch there v:zz n r;reat deal of port. Mrs. K. J. Kcrchner, of Kiowa, made thucHlce a pleasant call on Tuesday morning. W understand that Mr. Fun, cf I.ak J Oity, purchased seven hundred head of beep, this week. A load of the largest watermelon we havo seen this year, wero brought in from Harpor county Tuesday. We un...

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. — 6 October 1881

COMMENTS Of tht Foreign Prut on the Death of rrciirjent utrneia. LONDON. The TeUvTarh "Throughout tli ctvllizM worl.l the gloomy news will l) rrcrivfd with a shock cfpro fourul sorrow. Thrre was no potentate on whom envy orlutrcd h& ls cause to fix malignant cyta, tut President tiaxfirll lt.n sharM the fate of the czar. America and Kurope are now Ucrthcr thinklrj.of the measureless calamity which lias lrrft the nation of a nol.te chief, whk? high principles, marked un.vlfi.'dmesw, anl breadth of Intellectual tenure Rive promise of a tenure of power fruitful in valuable nets of puMic policy. America has lot o great citizen, and the woild a T.ne example of humanity, hut while the spirit of this upright and high hearted president has juianl away, in sure and certain reliance uon the love of heaven, we may say that even in her loss America also pains. Hie has If lined a knowledge of th dt-ep sym pathy which Er.glanI feels for her fortunes. She has gained the credit and profit which ...

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. — 13 October 1881

ft 1 BARBOUR COUNTY VOL. II. in MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1881. NO. 19 NDEX. i. If A THE NEW PRESIDENT. In tho Person of Chester A. Arthur the- Fourth Vice President Succeeds to tho Presidency by tho Death of tho Chief Magistrate. Central Arthur assumes tho respon sibilities of the first office in the coun try under circumstances of great deli cacy. As to his life anj political ca reer Cal'i in the Cincinnati Enquirer nays: Tho lLipCst church U responsible for Cheater A. Arthur. His father w.w ono of thoo sterling old men who havo mado tho U.ii tiat clergy mission aries and civillers. Alsiost as early puritans in Engird there were also Baptists. After much persecution, thn Baptists obtain! tol rratlou under William of Orange. In Scotland and the North of Ireland many of the Calvinists adopted the Baptist idea, and claimed that baptism had even n higher earthly antiquity than Christianity. Tho Baptists are in general Calvinistic Congregaiionalnts, wit...

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. — 13 October 1881

A' J THE IltTHDIEIX. ft, I HlirnfY, lilllor nl Proprlclor. THURSDAY, OCT. 1SSI ikumii 93 rut vi aii i ahvamt.. A iN X 0 L' N C h M L N T. Yr Indi'.t rif.."" rimtc rry rnmc h c,m'l.i4 forth iMja of Mi; trot Ih.ur ooni ty, iihj ft t tlm decision ol th II .ublicii 0 un'y 'o '. c f r.fkr.i t.iti i n K MU.M1. Mi Dn ink I nor, Kx . S f . . ll. AH f I rf ml i V en of I: i r lu r county are rt fj'i f'.l In mi vt lniiii- conven tion In Medicine" !.! on niturday ih't. 22, 1-M at 1 :U) u cNvk . in., to 1 "iiilnnlc curidi.t i 4 .r the tounty rl!l". iv. IS. iM H lir inn. DEMOCRATIC Ca CONVENION. There will !( .1 l v 'e rjntentfofi o' iK-nnr rrnf of II ri o ir caitjr, he I at I'idicir.r I.f ir, ivtun'.tj. Of. 12, f m t iiiri e of ufiu in rtvuin ttin, oi in I- in r-i tt k;t cua U Lb- ..r ti' Mlov? n.f :!... : s:., ufi f'-.ur.t Ci ik County Tr n un r '- int) S-1-.vi vr .VfvlT Of D.lJj (Vrr.n r A Couini i a 't tot f) No. 1 will b nominated t th ih.i- i,it DELEGATES TO CUOHTY CON VENTION. The lrniMnt...

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. — 13 October 1881

mTTTn T"vrT-Tn-v -J i lju -J lN i j r-iv- MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY. O0T. 13. 1M. LOCAL HEWS ITEMS. Dick Ia haa been over U Wichita tbU Wftk on tuMni. Chirley M I)Jr i op from the Territo ry tbia we-k for a short lim. One kiln of brick in now cooling and will bo ready to Uco in tlo wall in a few daji. Dick Pnilipa, of the Comanche county r.o',ha Wn in town several dajl this wetk. DWt fail to call and Hilly Yonnsr's tiff itock of furniture. It i fine, and do miatake. J . E. Uhapin returned from Illinois on Tuod.iy morning. He rtporta Lis mother M being quite low. Scrip ia tnw selling at 8) ten's on the dollar. This ctrUin!y speaks well for oar County Comralaionera. K. Samplo was up to Inka lant wck on IfRal buninmi for (i o. SjnJctson. EJ is alaya on the lookout f r a joU. P. A. MiCanics and family hate rooy- ed to thrir residence, formerly occupied ty C. U. Houghton and family. We undomtand that 0. Yai.rvyke and wife intend to occury the reaiJt-nce for merly occupied by Hutcbi...

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. — 13 October 1881

THE HOG TRANSFORMED. Ceauliful Results that May Flo from Mr, Gilbert's Theory and Practice. Ssw X rk Tlmre. J An Knzlishman. Mr. Gilbert ty niinip, li:w Jnt vrrittrn a monograph on thn iij which will do mucli toward restoring that animal to his proper llara In sorU-tjr. If Mr. fiilltfrt is to U'lipTnl. the yx has Uvn treated with shocking injustice. We have ma! him dirty and loath.oni and we have thrn ii1tu.nl hlrn txrause he is what wi have made liim. Everybody h.us imtiml Hip difTrTriirt 11 ween new muI old iis. The former are white, clean, and decidedly pretty, while the latter nr a objectionable as Kusslan iM ia!id. Oujlit we nt to ask our nlvei if we nre in any way responsible for the transformation of the delicate new pig Into the revolting middle-aged pig? To this qnestion, Mr. Gilbert has tin answer re;niy, :tnd that answer is fr from flattering to in. In point f pig Mr. Gillx it is an un doui'trd fl. igi.n. He liol ls that the pig ut tilth U pliy.sically and morally piro1, ...

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. — 20 October 1881

JBARBOUR INDE VOL. II. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1881. NO. 20 rn lurirn COUNTY v DO YOUR DE3T. Whrn linnrst Davy Crockett aaid. "' ' Mir.- u'r" rUM then ro a.'irad. Hi rrj -tallird maxim trno LuiM.-d U -ttcr tliaa lie knew." VV ' ';'0y,",f'' rlrl.t; rr mine a nenr 1 1 riiilit n morui man may twr; U In. iI.m h .h In-Ht, exhausts hi utore i ''t H them 4, v,., ra ,i ,10 tn0TV j Uzh jiMr n'lin; then If you tnN, .."'r.!'.'" "' ""' with tfih: Ir I .11. 1 tin-., hiUm-,1 Mm mm. A ii. I h. lt.i- lu.uiy a prouder one. : r... IiTi,iira,'.-t: work away; W Id nr.- not I. ni:. I, .! in n .lav I M ill i iul'Ii rl-.n-U etiHrnp on for and Uc. .' ! mil. hln.j .ri the other Bide. '11 'II.' iKi.:. w ,... mriclir! ami I r . it r -r,ir. for ti imiIc,- I'n ti thh will ary : .lnn ye, then, If i -.ii tanry can dwell with nu n. I il. ! tin' .lon.i may tiy it force '' t il I u liltk rlim'.. frntii roure; ' i l..u.' witlu , an. I whnt you can, i;.- m: if j i.ur ".in, Vv'hU on" ...

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. — 20 October 1881

the izlstidiezh:. H. I.. MlIlKrr, IJHr wl Proprlrlor. THURSDAY, OUT. 27, 1SS1. (.IlLI.MtAt K rOSVESTIO.f. Mr.Dicixu Lodok, Kan. Sept. 28. lt8l. All OrocnMcVcriof lurbour county nr! rroiionto.l to meet In maM conven tion tn M0.rine Ixlo on Saturday Oct. 2. at l:iorlick p. m,lo ixniinato candidate for the county ofikv. W. 15. JIoi:hi4, thr ran. DEMOCRATIC CO. CONVENTION. Ti cro wiM l) a b l.'wa'o convetitfoa of tlx I -marat-. of BirUn coindjr. hel i at Mcdeir.c Lodw-c, Sdur.l.iy, Oct. 22, for f Lc r, irpoe cf p'adrg in nomination, o.i ti e lK necrotic tickit caa lidatos for tu-J fjllow n 111 oos : SVriff tVnrdy C! rk Coucly Tri.vurer Cou.ty S irror !!:. t f of D ull C irur.ir A t'mT.i.irnT for I ?. N 1 will b rn.ir'Ht' ii At the r.bovo !.' Already the ncwfimpcr war in I'rat t county Ins commenced, and it rronmes to to of lengthy (lur nt ion. Why is it that newspaper In lliren can not dwell together in unitv ? The pilot Btcimer 'defeat". ha i tartrtl on nn exploring expedition up Sail ...

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. — 20 October 1881

THE IlfcTIDIEIX:. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS TIIUIUDAY, OOr.. 27. 1SSI. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Ih-dnct Court it now in fall bliut Kiowa itchwl coiuiiK-ncf Njt. lit. Cjarlej Collins wat to town this week. Dja't forget that we Jj CTerjtbio in the line of job work. Tno Fitbcr boja went down to Caldwell tbe Crt of tho week. II -n. K4iiirui.in, tbo jovial Laker, it oyer to Weilinuton this week on a visit. Cliarley Taliaferro u baring bit resi dence repaired and improved greatly. Haa Citj towmLip ii nearly depopula ted this week tbo inhabitant all being at tbe lxdge attending court. On Friday nlht, i II. Chapm return c t fiom III., whero ho bun been Tisitlntf tbo homo of Lit mother for toin weeks. fc'rrlintf Hayes and family, from I'leaa ant Hill, Mo., arrived at tbo Lodo last Friday and intend to niako tbeir homo lu re in tbo future. Tho WbiUker Houne.at Sjo City, has loen recently enlarged and refurnished. Undo Tom and wife will as heretofore, mako jfuf,"t "at homo." On lant Saturday morning, 31...

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. — 20 October 1881

in A RUSSIAN PRISON. ThSithtSen Thereby an Amerl- can Victor. N.ivirrh0m c..n..t. A.ifTti-T. A fw houis ns rccciveu a can from Mr. Saplenra. the deputy of Bar onofT, the rrefect of ilice. He came on t half of. the pefrct to ask when it would auit my omvrnlertce to go nl Rof? one of tho Rtate prisons. As I tiarprnM to luive n little leisure I . I . 11 A - . 1 a Trm iiffnrt'inA Itussian trutters, as Mack as a pair of crows, were plr:wd to take ns. Ar riving at the irhn, we sent in our names, and a mmi'nt later M. (ir:iS')ri ff, th din-ctor, hurrlM out to rrcHve tis. Wo were r''iue.-ted to ltivril our natn-s and other personal particular in tin reenter, and we then t.xk our way fini to tho women's de partment. As wo went along the di rector tol l me that the prison can con tain seven litmdre 1 prisoners one linn dnd of whom may le females and that there is not a single vacant place at present, hecauso of the number of political trials now pndin?. I have Been enougli Ullhiness in llusai...

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. — 27 October 1881

BARBOUR VOL. II. MEDICINE LODGE, BAltBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1881. NO. 21 THE COUNTY INDIAN SUMMER. Th. ilry L ave lie in drift- of Lrown ami Within tli- forest n oks an4 on the Llll- !'! n tnr ; Aim!, falling ovi r all, tlio iimOilne rm-llow Drift Wiirmly downward through the Imy air. In (ombre lanty the lv I meadow IU-n.-alli tie soft plow of th! Autumn Fl rki-d. rr r and r.non, wIM rtuU-t shrvl- Th it at tin- i : . 1 1 1 x of the Minshine die. The forest ri-w-n in lt solemn lendor, Mirn of tr-e Kriii-nN it wu wont to wear; Wr;r. in a mUt of -urj:., w)ft and tender, I. ike a dim rv.i r, filling all tlie a!r. Tl' f.ir-nT mountain rU; in atately I'ran leur, I'nlil tt.iir lofty niiiiiniu pit Tee the mist lli t. hvisM IU Uy wreathenof -itrl and rt iiImt Alxeit t irre.it l.rov, which tho Min h 14 kt-e I. The hreec h full of -ft An I i.slmy odors A riiilet,lunil'roii Hti!Ine- till the air All tln ne are li;t the sad )lt BWPft fon- ImmiT4 Ta it co.n a lini where. vhn 'loo...

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. — 27 October 1881

M. fc. KIILBI'T. gutter h4 Prprt4r TIIUKSI)AY,OOT.27, 1681. 9t Pr.H TtAU IH ADTASTCX. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET Fur Sb. riff. WILLIAM LINDSEY. S.J.SllLTLER. For Treasurer, T. A. McCLEARY. )T H-guUf of D-xdt, For Cjronpr, M. II. CLEMENTS. For iHTfjOr, tf. U. IlLANTON. THECOUiNTY CONVENTION. DISTRICT COURT. The fall session of coort termi Dted 8atarday evening. A large Dumber of iitUants were on hand, but the actual amount of business transacted was very small. But one criminal case was tned-the State of Kansas vs Ri der ahd the trial resulted in a Terdict of not guilly. The testi mony ofSam Wood and the Chase county witnesses was too much for the prosecution. Owing to a defect m the paper, the prosecu tion against Geo. Riter lor mur der was dismissed. Riter was re arrested, waived a preliminary examination, and was admitted to bail. But little other business was transacted. It is to be hop ed that when Judge Strang 'can read his title clear," the District Court will not be so expensiv...

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. — 27 October 1881

nun m rvr i s l . i'V UEDICINE LODGE, KANSA8 TUURSDAT. OCT.. 37.1331. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. John Scott, hake I "Iletpi'' of corn 10 town . liig din t L(Jitf to-niifat. Too-low, uwbit McCarty cull it. VanSlyke i haying "Iota" of corn. Dr. Johnson appears to be bay now-a-dayi. All quiet oa tut key Creek' at lait counti. Dr. Yaat, Dintit u in the city. OfUcs at,hotcl. "Domeatio iufelicitjr itemi to be eon tagiooa. P Aimer 'a new liter aoU leed stable 11 in runninjr cder. Tom McNeal write a very readable lei ter from hit old Ohio home. A child of Ilillory Weidoer, aged about four years, was bareied oa Tuesday if r. Hoicomb report a lots of onlv one sheep darinsr the season. 0 xk lack. Ileabe Ur.b-i and family weie in town daring the week buying rcheap (roods. Frank Baondcrs, of San Oity, who has been seriously ill, is again able to attend to business. The Ban Oity outfit had a run-away on the road. No human hart, one horse considerable crippled. Reahe Lake did not make the purchase of cattl...

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. — 27 October 1881

THE MUMMIES AT THEBES. Com of Thm Described by a Pr$on Who Has Sten Them. Lundoa Tin The following art) extract from a letUr Just recelv til from Mr. Alexan der IVake (IaUh1 Cairo, Au 31), who holds the office of Insrtector of rro Ttncca in upper l.'jrjrpt, under the con trole grneraie. The description he gives of ersonul examination of the antiquities UluI.iUil in SL Misrero's memoir will rraj with interest: "All those who take an interest in the past life of this country have teen waiting with the utmost anxiety the arrival from upper Kypt of the proofs of the reportM jrrand discovery made lately, am! which Herr E. Ilrusch has gone to bring home to Cairo, said to consist of various kings and queens who have long Urn known !y name, but have scarcely been thought to exist longer in the state in which they are well known to have been preserved after their death. I should like to describe in de tail all there Is to see. Uut this must be left to those more competent than myself, and fr...

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