JEFFERSON COUNTY, KANSAS

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Republican State Ticket ~ September 24, 1870

Misses Ashton Arrested for Assault & Battery ~ January 21, 1871

City Officers Are ~ May 13, 1871

Ladies Have A Collision with A Boulder ~ September 9, 1871

Shame! O, Shame! ~ November 11, 1871

Stabbing Affray ~ December 23, 1871

Joe Vendal's Wife Threatens to Poison Him ~ June 8, 1872

Mortality Record - February 15, 1873 ~ Febraury 15, 1873

George Parsons Thrown Off Load of Hay ~ February 22, 1873

Hard Times ~ March 8, 1873

John Irwin Swallows Sublimate - April 16, 1873

Grasshoppers Falls Town Population - April 16, 1873

Horses Shot - April 16, 1873

Robbery North of Bridge on Winchester Road ~ June 14, 1873

Horse Stealing, Fishing and Music - June 21, 1873

Thomas Meyer Attempted Suicide - June 21, 1873

Charlie Nickum's Little Girl Almost Drown - July 7, 1873

News - July 12, 1873

Music and Drawing - July 26, 1873

Robbery of John Dorsey - July 26, 1873

Population of Townships - August 3, 1873

Accidents (Metzgar, Bowers) - August 9, 1873

News - October 11, 1873

News - November 8, 1873

Farm Team Drowns - January 31, 1874

Horses and Cattle Accidents ~ February 28, 1874

Mrs. Carpenter Shoots John White ~ March 14, 1874

Cheese Company Formed - May 16, 1874

Court Items - May 16, 1874

Trotting and Running Races - May 23, 1874

News - July 11, 1874

Serious Accident (Mrs. H. A. Coy) ~ July 25, 1874

News - August 8, 1874

News - November 21, 1874

Fire at Mr. Finch's - November 28, 1874

Colored Gentleman who Visited J. F. Conwell's Fodder - November 28, 1874

News Around Town - December 5, 1874

Man Shot! First Blood for Evans! - December 5, 1874

Little Girl Sees All - December 19, 1874

J. W. Bradshaw Badly Frozen - December 5, 1874

James M. Bell Almost Frozen to Death - January 16, 1875

Deaths During 1874 - January 16, 1875

Stable Burned - May 15, 1875

The Mortality Among the Dogs - May 15, 1875

Dr. Birdsell and Wife Lose Infant ~ July 3, 1875

From the Valley Falls Reporter of October 28, 1875 - October 30, 1875

Considerable Sickness in Town and the Country Round - January 1, 1876

Fire - March 4, 1876

Dave Sample and A. M. Fowler Commenced Boxing ~ April 1, 1876

Wanted - Homes for Pauper Children ~ May 6, 1876

News ~ May 6, 1876

Twp. Assessor Report ~ June 17, 1876

Horrible Massacre - July 8, 1876

James Hammond Accident ~ August 5, 1876

The Old Calaboose ~ March 10, 1877

Painter Arrested ~ April 14, 1877

Domestic Fowls Dying ~ April 28, 1877

Prosecution Against Tillotson ~ May 5, 1877

Josiah Smith Loses Horse ~ September 1, 1877

Stevens the Barber ~ September 1, 1877

Accident - Son of Geo. Davis; Age 14 ~ September 8, 1877

Edmond's Horses Poisoned to Death ~ September 22, 1877

Professor Jones the Glasseater ~ September 22, 1877

Indelicate Patomimic Performances ~ September 29, 1877

Literary Society Elects Officers ~ January 26, 1878

County Medical Association ~ February 2, 1878

Horrible Affair - Lane Cooper - Alice Grover ~ February 2, 1878

The State Against Harl ~ March 5, 1878

Respected Colored Folks Beaten ~ April 20, 1878

Human Skeleton Discovered ~ August 24, 1878

Death of Unknown Gentleman ~ Saturday 7, 1878

Application for Pardon ~ September 7, 1878

Wilhelm's Price List ~ September 28, 1878

Farmers Are Busy ~ November 2, 1878

A Sad Affair ~ February 8, 1879

More Wolves Than Sheep ~ February 8, 1879

Prairie Fires ~ March 29, 1879

A Train of Wagons ~ May 3, 1879

Wretched Looking Outfit ~ May 17,1879

A Very Ugly Vicious Jack ~ May 17, 1879

Property of Ira Smith Sold ~ August 16, 1879

Curious - Preston Wise ~ August 30, 1879

About That Temperance Situation ~ December 13, 1879

Prairie Schooner; E. C. Rankin ~ January 31, 1880

Put Your Trust in Hop Bitters ~ February 14, 1880

Burglars Caught ~ April 17, 1880

Bad Deportment ~ May 1, 1880

Administrator Takes His Own Life (John N. Insley) ~ August 24, 1890

Three Drowned in Dreadful Accident (Maggie Worthington, Grant & Bertha Evans) ~ Sept. 3, 1892

A Kansan Kills Himself In Iowa ~ May 24, 1897

George Lakey Accidentally Kills Himself ~ January 6, 1899

Entitled to be called "Colonel" ~ March 24, 1899

A Democrat 100 Years Old (Dr. J. P. Wood - January 10, 1902

Suit Filed Against Cowley County, Kansas for Wiltberger Reward - January 17, 1902

Robbers of Poolroom Are Still At Large - January 17, 1902

Probate Court Proceedings ~ 21 Feb 1902

Real Estate Transfers ~ 21 Feb 1902

Got Ten Years for Assault An Ex-Convict (George Brittenham) ~ April 23, 1910

First Woman Mayor Dead (Mary D. Lowman) ~ June 4, 1912

Ira McGee Saved From Mob Of Men ~ May 25, 1916

Cecil Channel and Two Negroes Saw Out of Jail ~ May 28, 1925

Fire At Nettlebeck Dry Goods Store ~ April 12, 1929

Ruth Payne Granted civilian Air Pilot's License - June 1, 1945

Beach Kidnapper Gets 15 Year Term ~ January 16, 1947

Meriden Youth Drowns Sunday Afternoon ~ August 7, 1947

Pioneer Kansas Family Holds Christmas Reunion ~ January 7, 1949

Oskaloosa Courthouse Struck By Lightning ~ August 7, 1954

Oldest Courthouse Damaged ~ May 30, 1960

Jack Hubbard's Squeeze Was Futile ~ May 9, 1969

Old Jefferson Town Dedication Slated For July 9 ~ July 3, 1971

Emory Courtney Murder & Trial ~ June 9, 1974

Six Escape Oskie Jail Fire ~ February 22, 1980


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