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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 3 November 1881

BARBOUK COUNTY INDEX VOL. II. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER". 3, 1881. NO. 22 THE t I) U'lio'll think of mn whn I am gone IUyont the gllrnt w? VI II IwihI a moment atmvo my form, Anil drop au-ar for me 7 Or wlio will oiy I fcor v Now ulic ha gone, to hravrn I know. Who'll think of me wLrn 1 am nn Anl my breath ha pnsi away '.' lio'llUkemTrol.l.wliitphamlslntlH ir'a -My hand of lifHi-M e lay Arid cat. 'dar hanN your mork U dne Now folded lie till UhrUt n'.iA'A come? Who'll think of mo when I am gon A ml 1 He beneath Uio o '. When my weary llfo will nd .1 My oul b with it ;o ? Ai fnw 1 fpar will tUInk of . When 1 hate gone to eternity. HANNAH GNLLDI'S DOORSTtP. Hannah Gneldt leaned upon l.tr broom, and looked out from the low kitrlien door acro3s the wintry fields ami ice-glazed streamlet which lay le tween her home anil the little village of Greenlock, with its one tarring splro and sloping roofs and white walls, Laro now of tho summer verdure. She had done ...

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. — 3 November 1881

t the izstidieix:. M. 1- ftll.lllY, l4lilr aimI lrtrirlor. THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1SS1. tsl Tr.KWftf 93 i:k YEAH I jUVA.t fc. DEUOl'IIATIO COL'STV TICKET ! For Sheriff". WILLI AM UNDSEY. For Clrrk, S.J.SIIEI'LEIL For Treasurer, T. A.McCLEAISKY. For llrgiater of lccdi, For Coroner, M. II CLEM EN rs. For tnirveyor, N. RDLANTON. For Commiiwioner 1t. Pit. II. C. THOMPSON. For Judge 16th. Judicial DUt. J.C.gTKAKO. Arthur talks less than :'irant uid when President. (Juiteau's clothes aro shabbv. but will probably last Mmaslong as no Jives Ihpy ought to. Tho cfloit Leinir rnado to con Tinco icoi!o that llouso is a Democrat, won't win. Tho fact that ho split his ticket to neenm roodato his friends of different politics last fall ia not good tvi denco of his political orthodoxy. Our candidito for Sheriff, Wm. Jjndsey, is a man whoso acts will iear investigation. IIo is well known throughout tho countv nn.l is appreciated by thoso who liko a lair, inuarc, honest man. So far as his honesty, capacit...

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. — 3 November 1881

TBI ZEES IHSTIDISIX. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS TIIC1UDAY, NOV. 3. lvsl. LOCAL HEWS ITEMS. Vote for men. Local circe. It oal eitate looking up. Dasinm qiiet thu week. Vote car! anJ voto ri'it. L)k out for totrus tickets. Voto for I.iodcy for sheriff. Vote for S. J Ji'jcpIcT for clerk. Lt ercry voter to ut the polU." Voto for McDlcarey for treasurer 11 )al your tickeU before you rote. Dr. Yant. Dontiit U at tho llge. Voto lor Milt Clement for coroner. Cjrn oiling on tho sti ecta at C; an J 7( ccdU. Missouri cattle arriving iu large num bers. Everything lovely in the political hori zon. "Returns come in slow" to that request for wood . KpubeLake niadc a Hvidl; viait to the city thin wrc k. Just now tho average country editor lc fcins to howl for wood. Weather dccideuly "wuituieh" thU (Wednesday) morning. Mr. Iloll (;lark win up from the Cim arron the Hrt of the week. Font !ir h acting I Vputy sheriff. Ho will make a vk TKer. Lit every iK-ruocrat bo at tho polls ono voto mny U of :it impor...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 3 November 1881

ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO. Th Burrtndr of Lord Cornwall! and Force Under Hit Com mand to tho American and French Troop at York town.Va., October 10, 1781. Tim rntinnil celebration com mrnciv! at an earlr hour with an artil lery aaluto. The governor of Virginia held a reception at Lafayette hall, and nn lhA Arrival of President Arthur and cabinet, the corner-stone of the monument was laid with Masonic cer mnnla II, m-in,l maatpr WfiArlnCf the aash and apron presented to Georgs WashinRton by Lafayette, Prayer was onered by a grandson or me uoTemor Nelson who commanded the Virginia nulitla at the battle of Yorktown, and on the stand was a grandson of Patrick Henry. The pavel was tnrlo from the quarter-deck of Commodore Terry's llahlp. Facing tlie dense crowd stood a row of cannon surrendered by Corn wallia. The following are the moat material portions of Governor IIolU-d-iy'a address of welcome. This vast assembly has met to wit ness the fulfillment of the republic's promise A century ag) ...

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. — 10 November 1881

BARBOUR INDEX VOL. II. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1881. NO. 23 nnioricn COUNTY 8UIT8. tUf lawyer h utarnU Mvtng tin tn l avliijr luriK Trllin lift hn ui iliTtatl4 1'realng ol t.i.t i.it. th tailor with a nt. I.Ik all mlloM prly lrvsi!, Iron In if coat, pantn aii't et VrmMan ot Mi milt. Mark tfi lover while ho kn.'-h; Tell thfthrlllin thmh hi f.-Hi; lle-xr the r)oi)A.-n h- p-vr il; rrrtlri.sf of hi uit. f.awrrr'4 niilt't may Im amended. Tailor's milt may f a amen. I. -d, Ijorer'n milt nny i nim ended. When th unit don't milt. ;. c. ihhjc. HELEN HYDE'S GOOD DEED. "Yes said the d:tor, solemnly, "idir shows every indication of goirg Into a dvrlin. Uf, relax ition. change of ulr and ofti that's what she ought to have!" Mrs. D.ird.iml looked iertisrbed. "Dntr. dear," she s;tid, "what ;i pity! Arnl slip's quite u J ft of mine, to, dear little tiling. She h very quick with her needle, and really ingenious and th way she nU trimming on a drra positively remin...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 10 November 1881

THE IUDBX. JH. L. Mll.ltrY, IiUUtr nd I'mprlf lor THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1SS1. Trim I 31 lK YF.AK IS AllVAME. THE RESULT ! Whole Republican Ticket Eectedi WITH THE EXCEPTION OF CLERK WHICH IS YET TO BE DECIDED. Up to tho timo of going to preps tho election returns aro very mea gre, but enough is known to show that the entire Republican ticket is clotted wiUi tho exception of Clerk, with Fairview precinct to hear from. The following aro tho majorities : learn : Med. I-oJge twp. Riggt 07 ma jority, Kouso W and Chapin S5. Kiowa twn. Liudsoy, S major ity, llouno lV and Chapin 1. Sun City twp. IUg 10 Majori ty, Koufo 2 and Chapin C. IjikeCitr twn Lindsev 30 ma jority, McClcarcy 41 and ffheplcr 32. Klwood twp. IJackbcrry pre cinct Lindsev 4 majority, Mc Clcarey 4 and Miepler 0. Fair view precinct To hear from. The Fort Worth Live Stock Jonrnal carno to us htt week eo much improved that wo hardly knew it. An entiro now outGt has been purchased, tho paper enlarged, and from its appear ancc, one...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 10 November 1881

the ihstidiezk:. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY, NOV. 10. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Dr. Yttil. I.rti'. inh.rf. Civjntry'.balU ure all tho ra-e lhec days. Thantiigirii'g dny tomw on the 21h cf th'mj month. K-rarrnl r we do all kicJa of job work in the Ut-tt.)lM. SAY ! MiM Klla i- rpy return-id from bcr Uice countr trip lantwcck. M. L. Piluier h:w ftbunJon:d hij liar per back li no scheme. The boys Kay that the dance at Ef ans tillo wu a lig uwm. A wagon lo.iJ o! venifon wa brought to town thin wrok and roU rca-ldy. Remember tho snpp-'r at tho M, 11. church tomorrow (Friday) ercning at G o'clock. A. L. Duncan ha a small dwelling in tfceeaitcrn portion of tlo city, nearly completed . Ooo. Orner ii niakiog arrAngeincutj to commenco bis dwelling in tho eastern part of the city. WHERE Ask 1. uio Kihcr how ho liken rolling in a hrJ of sand lurs with n tour atUrupt ing to Lug him. Mini Curio Cttrtun ha gone to tho bom of her parents in Wisconsin, and Charlie mourn'th thereat. Uilly Young's l'iir r...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 10 November 1881

THE SCHOLAR POPE. cidcnts In Pop Leo's Earlf School Days. &nev ConilnnaJ Tlmro. Leo XIII. is a crowned scholar From a chlM lie took kindly to his books, and the Jesuits turned him int one of the Drst Latinlst oftheae. The one rtult was pretty certain to follow from the oilier, as the key to the ed'icatlonal puccess of the Jesuits is to be found In their principle of first ascertaining a pupil's aptitudes and then cultivating them to the best of their power. Joachim IN eel's youth was a series of academical triumphs, each of which signalized the addition of a fresh province of learning to his intellectual dominions. Classics were irst Inserted, then mathematics, next physics, and afterward moral philoso phy, at which he gave instruction at the age of ID. Perhaps ho might have remained a scholar ami nothing more, but in the third decade of Ms life he fell under the infl m-nce one would rather say rose to the influence of the famous Cardinal Odrscalchi, a man who. In another a,', m...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 17 November 1881

BARBOUR COUNTY VOL. I!. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1881. NO. 24. THE THE CHIMES. N" w th. mafln l rjllli) All our nil from sin nthral.inc 'N4Vi liiia, lnnf. f It i -t il.r, froin fallir.g!" An. I I r.y tM. i.Vr nl oVr; CJnin lt. ami t.wcr. tu strn t nn glowing In t'i" iiiormri'4'4 nv Howin ; Jl ;t n J..y on in.- U-Uowln.:-. Kit my linrlin-; mines in more : Now i l,o m c Mmr nrc rinyinir. I '"I tln I.. tinw:ul hint sinin.: : t in.T.'it Inn i --5v(,. nwiruMii' ;! !. n rnin r i, hrlinmii.i: ' r; . r gr. M. ' trr" irv, Nil ii s t glit.n-s II ) like tin; Iri my Ji. ut 1ln ol. il, slrr alls! ho ciinii't tin : ore "W IFi. i.ih!nr:!,J lull , f,.:i;i,. S i f t' ar-lr;u.'ltt ni'i-ir rl lir ; tln'so turiot, uriro i minnlin All t!nt. Ii.ii i'in -4 i i.Vr. in tt ntr rhi r.i s unnu r, Ai 'I tli- ( I . r sLir-."' i.r.'.tly uIhi.iip r l.i' i..v lit -, my sfrir gM illn.ri.iT. r "i mv t, o Will rmn- id it ri! FILING STRAVa'cHKltS. "I ti'U yu if nil n:.ser..-,i'," said...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 17 November 1881

It rlna os to learn i HEADQUARTEBT Irving, son of our . Ml! Hinsen & Vanlaningham, friend, lion, J. b. nn,... ' M. L. M1ICRPT, Editor m4 rirriwi . Ul LUC IUO- IZSJJTP Frn. we remcov THE .( 11 ii Ho Mo . -1 THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1SS1. Ttmni os rr.R tear i adtajtcx. When rou ice a BLUE Fencll mark thus on the margin of jonr pa per, A you will know that the time you paid for has expiree', and you are respectfully requested to renew. If the above character appeara on the margin of your p!rcr ,n KED Jncll, you will understand that you hate never paid anything, nnd are requeated to do ao at an early date. COt'.NTY SEAT KLFXTIOX OF STAF roUDCOLSTV. At tho recent election, St, John received 301 yotes ; Bedford, 220 ; Stafford, 113 ; Center, Ct, The right is now between St. John and Bedford, with the chances in fa tor of tho former. Wm. IL Wagstaff is elected Judge of the "Border Teir" Dis trict. Judge Wagstaff is an old resident of Miami county, a fine lawyer and an honest man. He has many...

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. — 17 November 1881

the ihstidieix:. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS TIimtSDAY, NOV. 17. ISM. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Mini Leora Tall, of Carrolton, Miwoari, it vi-itinjr the family of W. F. Ewtag. Dr. Yant, Surjjoon Dentitt, U stopping !a town and is read to do all work ia hit line. ,1. II. Chapin wm taken quite ill on last KriJjy evening, but is now enabled to be around. Bam Denn ia sow in Arkanaaw. and will purchase cattle to drive to thia county st'it apnnsr. The Unite-1 Urcthrcn Conference baa aont K?f. Wm. Friedlcy to take charge of tbo work bere. We iaauo a amall supplement tbia week, wbich will oo doubt intereat our aubacrib cra in tbia county. We understand that Faxon & McMur try lot a large number of lamU during tbo lat col.l ruin utorm. JitiShaw, that irroat admirer of the fair box, ia in from Comanche county .after and abaenre of aoyrral month. Remember, we do all kinda of job'work in the ncatcit possible manner. So don't send abroad for your joV work. J. S. Cocbian, from Millaburir, Ohio, an uncle of ...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 17 November 1881

PRESIDENT ARTHUR AT HOME. rnonl and SocUl Traits of Our Ntw Chief Magistrate. Waeli!ajt'n RrnaMv. On crrUin ppcciiV.l Jays of the wwk, in a drawing room almost large rnough for n puUn: hall, overlookim; the capitol groun.li and furniliel with rtchnwi and ilriulor, may be seen, during certain hours, the man toward whom all ryes are turned, and for whom every true American has noth ing but fee linjp of Rood will and words of encouragement. The man is some thing over six fcr t in height, of pres ence most imposing, a face at once RTave, self-iuewe9d. and frank, a manner composed and full of dignity and courtroy. His figure straight as a dart, well rounded and well proior Honed, Is clad in somUr raiment fnm top to tor, yet a letter dressed figure was never seen in a drawing room. A braid bound Prince AHert coat of black, button! nearly to the chin, dark trousers and gaiters, a black silk scarf fastened with an onyx pin and half covering the whitest of standing collars these set off the ...

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. — 24 November 1881

BARBOUR COUNTY t VOL. II. MEDICINE LODGE, BARBOUR CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1881. NO. 25. THE W Ivro cln the f urvlns mountains drew To cIa-p tfi Ktrram In thrlr embrace, With rvrry outline, runrp, and hue lU :l(v t.l in Wi placid faro, The j !.iwman fnppol hl team to natch TI.p train, a aw.fi it thundered by; Snie di-tant glimpse of life to catch, . lie strains ll eas r, wistful rye. The morning fre?m h Ilea on Mm, Jirt wakened from Ms balmy dream ; I ho traveler, he crimed and dim. iJnr.k loncloljr f mountain rtream. Oh. fr r the J'. on mountain air, I he fresh, cU'lisMul autnmn day Ani..n the Mils! The plowman th.-ie Mini have p rj-tiul holiday ! And he, i all day Ion? he cnldes III f t.-.i.Iy plow, with pah-tit hnnd, 'I hlnk of the lnc Wain that Rlidc lutoMmie r.ew, rnrhantt d land. Where, dy hy !ay. ho i.lM.Hng round W.-arki the (mif and (hill theiulnd Wh.-re life tt.iilU k-cri to UM and sound, With i!ownri lurrn-.v I. ft Ixhind. Kven so, to rarh, th untrod way Of Itf...

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. — 24 November 1881

THE IlfcT IDIEX. n. i nurnPT, riitr mi rrpritu THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1&S1. TCRJIffl Ptn TEAR l NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Through the kiodneM or D. R. Antho ny, ol the L-avenworth Time, we are en abled to make the sam very l.bral offer that wediJ hulyia', vix.: To send the Judex and the L.'iTfnwoitli Wekly Time for an even 12 in a Wance. Now this is the raoU lib r J ft r that wr ever modem this or any ottr State, a the Timet is a forty-eight column Fter fil'cJ with the choicest reading matter. Now i yoar time to a'rrile. Ul'ITEAU SHOT AT. Last Saturday, that cowardly, tweaking cur, Guitcan. was shot at by an unknown man, on borso back, while ho ((Juiteau) wa3 be ing conveyed from the court room to jail . The man rode up behind tho carriage and fired, after which ho turned and galloped away. Tho ball did not injure tho assas- in, but jut grazed tho skin of one arm. This makes the third attempt upon his lifo, and the bloodv wretch is in abject terror every moment of his existence. Tho ma...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 24 November 1881

rppq pi, 1 KpTTT! I " 1 MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS TII1!i:si.Y. NV. 21. UM. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. 111. Ilitfa b.Ili.irJ sight anJ '-r. bull i running fall The L'uvcnwjrtU Ttui) uai the Index for f 2 m.h in alr-ncp. The flrnt now lcautifu!( ?) mow foil On lad S ihbath (Trninfr. (lx. (Jepprt went over to Harper Tucid.y on a uumui frip. l)c. Yant. tbe surgeon dontut, it in the city, an J ready to do woik in hid line. Mn. K. Lamb m ttill very ill, and faint boj-e are entertnined of bor recovery. W. W. Kundiford ia baring a- large kitciaen attached to the rear of hi dwell infl. F. I. Waters is building a neat and commodious barn to shelter bit horses thia winter. It it easier to criticise aa article than to write it. KjincmUr this when jou read the paper. II. M. II l-oiul and family aro now tiring on a ranch about Haven or eight miles up Kirn Creek. Sclf-mado tuen'ure ncarce, but self-made women are numerous made up almost entirely bv themlret. f Ki. (Jeo. Orner will soon have bis residence encl...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 24 November 1881

THE PANAMA CANAL. A Sicklf, Forsaken, Poverty-Striken People. Dr. Charles I'eitc'.i. a German iliy icUn of New Yor!c, ha just returned from Aspinwall an J r.inaraa, andfcives very gloomy account of the country urn! the prospects of the De lsseps Canal scheme. "If uny of your friendi think of fjolnac to I'anama,- said the doctor to a Tribune n porter, "alvise them not to. In all my travels I never saw a more sickly, jverty-stricken and forsaken iHp!e. I was induced to po there by the promise of a larpe business In my profession. There was plenty for me to do, hut no money in it, and I came away hi mhi as I culd. There are ulut 2-VJ ip! at work on the .murii:i ranal, '-''ft of whom are nrifroi'S. H.df of tin r.i are sick, li.ijr Kinl and starvliiz, and the d-atli rat ii alarming, althu-h the fact.i are suppress! hi much as posiMe. There are not more than 1W .tl 'r Nliel men to work at any time, i r.d the force is constantly lieing renewed, l-fcau.se the laliorers fall victims to d:-e;...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 1 December 1881

BARBOUR OOUN nn INDE VOL. II. MEDICINE LODGE, BAllBOUIi CO., KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1881. NO. 26. THE X U U THAT CLOCK. I have INb-nrd to the c'ook That hatui alve my head ; It ticket away the llvHon:? day, Atitl curium words It said. It wtilprtN first, "Vo l rove him." Then noftly ultfrtrd. TaIch ran'.'' It railed his nam outclt ir ar.d n;i, Tlirn murmured low, Ife-ware'" Itnald. iff t iii.l not of you;" Ami t'i it It .. -,. i,,t--; TM-n rmi' a in- rrv Iat-rliI Of rr a n;, 1 1.. tiling ti.tr. 0 wirier. I. wicked rlorU, To Ml my wrrt n; 1 till my li-art for ri ry That yon t!i'( thing MimiM know, I'M Uki y rMi fr 'u flu wi!l, I'M tl )oiir naughty li mU ; I'll tt h vHI across yuur f . Doom yon to Kirn t UmI. t'nh-4 you fiicW rj n. Anil tlrk I. .irk rvrry w.".l, Voil ntV) r lliori' nil ill III liiTtit Wlirri" you virli rmi.' hn. Minnlr t ll.ihirl. THE IMEKAIDS. One wintery u!rru:i ii January, Hay up in th bleak atth'of a wretch, rd tenement lnusc, a p ile. s.id-eyed woman it Rew...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 1 December 1881

i I Mratsil I mii THE IZLnTIDIEZX:. W. L. IltBPT. Editor nd Proprietor THURSDAY, DEC. ,1 1SS1. tcrmhi as rr.n tkar i advame. HEAP READING Onto m v fiVomiDAd mia vqt mare about 12 years old, blind in tno riclit evp. miti. i,rn,i on left shoulder, and one spotted cuii. ttuum u months old. n Joj. A Craio, C miles south nf ri Co. Press. We are now prepared to club the Is rr.x with the following newrapcra anJ magazine. We make tliese very liberal offers as an Inducement to new sub scriber, but every 'Individual who Is now a subscriber, can ay all himself of the'oflorby paying ono year la ad vahc : ln.lx ami I,eavenwnrth Times ... .2 00 Index am! Toneka Capital 2 00 T. I....,IT,.Lf,i I'.lmlft I J H'lvA mint --- m Index and I5urllnjrtrn liawkcye. . . 2 o Index ami KanMi uiiy i" y "" i w.n. c.tv Wt-eklr Times 2 0 TmL nt st IuU Reixihl ic.in 2 40 in,i. n.i Dt'trmt Free Press 2 75 i . ,i crirki'tnn the Hearth 2 20 Index and Ka.Ul;y Cm. Indicator 2 00 lr.Ur .n.l tutiir.tjv Nl 'ht 3 Index and I...

Publication Title: Barbour County Index
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barbour County index. — 1 December 1881

the nsriDiEx:. MEDICINE LODGE, KANSAS THURSDAY. DEC. 1 . 1881. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Mr. H.-t r was ottr Iron Wichita this week. Mrs. H.M. DatU wm very ill 1 t week. bat is now slowly recoTfrinr Itenry Diicibahn wu able to crawl down lown on Tuesday the first time in two wetks. Tom. Kolght came in lat week and told ns that be wanted aome Isdii in bis'n. Correct, old man. Ex. Ih IT came rery tear breaking one o f bis legs the other day while engaged in moving hie building. Ambrose A Ilea t the "boss tinner it tosily engaged in patting the tin roofing on lie' new building. Sam Denn, writing from Arkaniaw, lays it raina constantly there and the mod ia hub deep on the level. Miss Tina Vickera, from Niles, Mich., ia visiting the families of Sam. Denn and V. L. 2tt ur dock, to whom she ia related. Kirby Smith ia clerking in a drag atore in Medicine Lodge and Jeff Dam ia op for atcaling in Topeka. Anthony Jour sal. We still want wood on subscription. We mention this for fear our frienda might ...

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 December 1881

JEFF DAVIS CAPTURE. Th Story at Related by One Who Knows. Colrsco Times. On the 9th day of May, 1SG5. Colonel rritctnrd, with the Fourth Michigan Caralry, parted with the First "Wiscon sin Cavalry at the fork of roads near AtbeysTllle, Ga., about noon, and when ome four mllea from there halted and made some hurried 1'ieparatlons for a forced march. Leavln all lazwzt, pack-mules, disabled men and horses in chaijfe of Major Hathaway, he started between the hours of three and four p. m. on a circuitous road to Irwins tllle, Ga., marching some fifty or sixt) miles, arriving there near twelve that night, where he learned from a nejrro that a party of strangers wereencamjl, perhape mile from the town, and to where the nejro guided them; and when within some hundred and fifty rod j from the strangers camp, no picket being observed. Colonel Iritch ard dismounted a part of his force and advanced as near as was prudent, where they lay perfectly quiet until break of day, when the mounted men w...

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