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PHYSICIANS. Da. A. J. McCLELLAN, DIIYSiCIAN AND 8UUQK0N. Office nd JL resideiioe two blocks west of Baxter uiink DU. J3. A. McFADDJSN, PHYSICIAN AND 8UBGKOV It again rvuily to practice medicliir after recuperat ing his health. Onto at residence corner of Neoalio and Llnoolii lreel. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Samuel IL Smith, Attorney-at-Lnw, Baxter Springs, Kan. Notary Public. ' U. O. UORNOR, ATTOBKEY A l' LAW and U. 8. Commis sioner. Ofllee ia Drovers and Farmer' flank building. W. II. HORNOIL A TTOKMEY AT LAW. OOloe In Drovers Xm. ana tanners Uim. CIOOO REWARD F iwj m tl lapnfty foenl ii Shan's Snow Puff . Baiting Ponder These good art strictly pore Cream of Tar lar Goods. Contain no Alum or Ammonia. Every Can warranted. H lb. Can forBOe. Try a Can ; If 701 are not pleased, the money ill be returned by our agent J. M. COOPER. EL G. CROWELL & GO. KANSAS CITY, MO., 1431 Locust Street, Special Brokers IX HAY! Consignments Solicited. G. E. DAVIS & SON, Wholesale dealers iu BAXTER SPRINGS, KAN. rallies having baled or loose hay for sale will do well to call on us be fore selling. CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. fYod-B QUO COBSUUPTlOa DRONCHITIS SCROFULA COUCH or COLO Throat Affection Wasting cf Flesh Or any Vlteate where the Throat and Lung ewe Inflamed, Lack of Strength or Jr fewer, you can be relieved and Cured by PURE COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphltes. PALATABLE AS MILK. Aik for Seotfe Emulilon, and lt no rx planatton or eolicitatlon induce you to accept a eubrtitute. Sold by all Druggists, SCOTT A BOWKE.Chomlete, N.Y. mi 103 & VI IV. Ninth Ct, KANSAS CITT, ISO. The only Speeialiit in the City via it a Regular Graduate in Xedlcin?. Over 18 ytart' Practice, 13 Ifart in Chicago. THE OLDEST II AGE, K3 LCKGZST LOCATED. Anthorlzrd by the State to treat Chronic, Nt-rvou and "1-pedal Din eaaoa." fomlnal Weakneu towxl.Srxiiai UehUily (tvu of texual power), Nervoim J nihility, Poleonnd lllood.Ulcera and ttweillnRsof every Kind, 1 rlnury Dlseuwn, and In met all trouble or (lifwatieA. In eltlivr in.ile or female. Cun L-uuranlitd or money refunded. tUiuryen low. TliounnlBot cum cured. Kxpertaiico Ik Important. All Died cine are irunrauttud 10 be pure and I'lVicacioun, U-liiif C'lini'DiindtMl in my perfectly appointed laboratory, and are fiirolithed ready lor offi. No running to drug store to liuve uncertain nrxHcmition filled. Ho mercury or Injurious medicine uaed. No detention trom buainea. ratieuts nt n distance treated by letter and ex pre, tnedU-ioe sent overywiiore tree from cure or bronkage. r-tt yftir cam" and send tor term. Consultation free and coniiiienilal, )eronttliy or hr letter. A ftt nng.t TtADTf 'or Both Slftx, tout lllnatrntt-d -VWA aeitled In plain envelope for 6c. In stamp. Kvcry male, from the ago of U to 45, auould read tbls book. jnaTaT THE GREAT TURKISH RHEUMATIC CURE. A POBTTIVB CURE for RHEU-n XATIhM. (UM for anyeaae thlW,' tmatmatlt fa I la In MM, nf l.uln ilrenten discovery In annala oil medicine. On duae give relief ; a lew aor remove lever am Mia In 1. ) n I- ' f Wim MimnlH In to 7 Oars. Bead tatement of ' arti 1 caa wlib auunp lor Circular. Call.oraddr Dr.H EN D ER SON.COS W.Ofh 8t, Kurae City, Me. CHLOR0-NAPHTH0LEUH AHSOLCTELY CURES HOG CHOLERA! TFrlba for Circular and ToatlmoaUtla. AQE1TT3 WJJTr?121D. MK'OLLrX A MARKfTTT, tU ShjUlejr Uuiklilif, KiwiAl UlT, Mo. a a W e CITY COUNCIL PBOCEEDIXGS. Feb. 25, 1890. Council met in regular session, Mayor Ilarvey presiding and all mem bers of council present. Minutes of meetings held Feb. 7 and 11 read and approved. Tho ways and means committee re ported investigation of proceedings in reference to tipriug river addition to the city, having found the plat or said addition as made in 1835 on record in the office of the register of deeds, and a petition signed by the owners of said land asking that it be added to the city. Said petition was ordered to be spread upon tho council journal. On motion tho report was accepted. On motion the marshal was instruct ed to get list of unpaid license tax from the treasurer and proceed to col lect the same; also to instruct the treasurer to make report of city's finances for presentation at next meeting. Mr. Gregg moved that the demands of the district court be complied with and that Samuel II. Smith be rein stated as city attorney. No second. lie desired motion put upon record. Mr. Meserve moved that C. U. Ilor nor be employed to defend in tho mandamus proceedings brought by Samuel II. Smith against tbe council Mr. Fribley seconded and tbe motion carried. The following bills were audited and on motion ordered paid : W.E.Tyner, 1 axe 1.00 Gut Terrell, X day' work .SO H. 8. Wulker, uiurahul't tulary, etc .... 85.75 ii. II. Gurdner. clork't feet 8.85 Mr. Meserve moved that city war rant No. for $230 issued to J. W. Ash. be uaid. with interest, not to ex reed $250 in all, when presented for payment to the order or Davis ic Kan kin. Seconded by Mr. Fribley. The mayor ruled that motion was out of order. Mr. Meserve appealed and the mo Hon passed by the following vote: Yeas Fri bley, Meserve, Polster. Nay Gregg. The mayor appointed L. D. Brewster to be assessor. The appointment was confirmed by unanimous vote. On motion adjourned. The Friend' Charon on "Rerabmlttlon.1 At f"nt tnn wood Quarterly Meetinir of the Orthodox Friends' Church, held at Center Hill, Uotley county, lvansa?, Dec 12, Lvb'J, tno following ueciara lions on the question of "resulnnis simi" were ixsued. The above meet ing is composed of 1272 members, 19 congregations, 6ituateu m xseoaiio, ai len, Wilson, Coffey, Osage, Lyon Chase, Wabaunsee, Morris and Dick iiiann routines ! lt. We believe the asritation begun bv the advocates of the liquor inter otita tlimtinrli the secular nress in favor of "resubmission" to le against tbo . . e f financial, moral ana religious wcuare of the state. 9d. We believe the Honor traffic in general, and the saloon in particular, rn t tin inveterate encmv and destroy er of all virtues and christian homo life. 3,1. We believe auv form of lcfraliz Atimi of tbe Honor traffic to be a sin against the state, tbe church and the law or boa. 4tli. Wo believe that "resubmis sion" would bring to our state a great number or advocates ot me liquor traffic and an immense amount of inonev for the purpose of corrupting ut'flaa And llin voter. 5th. Without declaring in favor of or against any political party whatev er, wo do affirm and advocate the principle of constitutional prohibition, both stale and national, anu earucsiiy iv-romriiptiil to our entire membership that they persevere in vigorous efforts to secure and sustain such throughout our entire nation ; together with such legislative enactments as may be needed to effectually prohibit a traffic Hmt ia tho m-incinai source of dmuk- piiiiohs jiikI Its conseouent pauperism. crime, taxation aud ruin to the bodies ami souls ot men. fiiii. Hr who are here convened. nlnrlirn ntirsplVPA flit CltlZCnS 8110 BS christians to use all our God given powers in opposing any man, or pow r nr infliieiirp that shall favor tho ic- submission of this question, or opporc the enforcement 01 tne present laws, or the enactment of any laws necessary to BAcnru the firmed v. full, complete and perpetual extinction of tire liquor traffic throughout tne state 01 jvausas. DAltWIX Gin LEV, Lyiha M. Harris, Clerks for the day. Tho above declaration were inani- tnonslr Hdonted bv Strinr River Quar ter! v Meetinir of Friends held at Tim- hpr Illlla. Cherokee countr. Kansas, Feb. 15, 1890. There were present at said incetinff 12 ministers and 110 member?, CO of whom were men. John' m. wfeks, . Hose IIawortii, . Clerks. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve iu the world for Cnts, Bniises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheotn, Fever Soros,Tetter, Chap ped Hand,ChiIblains , Corns, aud all kin Krnptions, and positively cures ilea, or no pay reooirea.. it is uar- anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prire 25 cents per box at Craig'a Drug gt"re. Call at the News office if yon want the best sale bills. or posters gotten tip u tbe comity. Old pap five cent pr-r dozen. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Col. Alexander Warner returned from the east tbe first of this week. L. M. Perkins arrived home yes terday from a trip to Guthrie, I. T. Ira C. Perkins attended tho annu al meeting of the grand lodge A. F. and A. M. at Salina last week. B. F. Brown attended the twelfth annual eessiou of the grand lodge of A. O. U. W. at Winfleld this week. T. B. McElhloey and family de parted Tuesday for Farmer City, III., to visit relatives and frlouds a few weeks. A Veritable "What la It?" Short Creek Republican. The mine on the Moll tract, operated by Messrs. Geo. Auderson, Chas. Mol', J. II. Boice, Fritz Weber and W. It. Hart attracted attention from tbe very start by reason of the fact that it was a great producer, yielding liberally in both lead and zinc ore. It now comes into still greater prominence owing to the discovery of a substance entirely foreign to anything ever developed iu this section and of which nothing is as yet known. It ia a white substance about tbo consistency of and in every other respect resembling-white lead. A sample has beeu sent east to be ana lyzed. We will give the result as soon as ascertained. A sample was also sent to St. Louis aud the firm to whom it was sent, without saying what it was, wrote Mr. Anderson offering $16 per barrel for all they have. An idea of the value of this find may be formed when we say : It is in such shape that barrels might be filled as rapidly as you would fill them at a sand bank, and as to the quantity there seems to be no end to it, One dollar a barrel would give an inde peudent fortune to each member of the firm and leave a sting balance to be distributed among their poor relatives. The mine is a big thing without this new development, an immense thing with it. The Evening Star of Thursday says : An assay of the find in the Moll shaft firoves it to bo sulphate of zinc, and it s said to be worth 11 cents per pound. The extent of the deposit is as yet un known, but enough is in sight at five cen ts per pound to net $2,500,000. It is said that when ground in oil it makes paint equal, if not superior to white lead. We learn that the propri etors of the mine will arrange for grinding and shipping it in large quantities. If these facts are true it is a better thing than a gold mine, and we may soon look for Galena to take on a boom the like of which lias never before been 6cen. The deposit is said to have been met with at other points in this locality, but parties thinking it was of no vaiue have paid no atten tion to it. One party claims to know of a vein of it which gives all the col ors of tbe rainbow. Furniture! Furniture! PARLOR AND RED-ROOM. SUITES And everything kopt in a FIRST CLASS FURNITURE IIOUSE. Picture Mould ing of Various Kinds, Gold, Steel Bronze. Koekers, Reed ftfiattan. Fic- t turefranies,l)u- reaus, Couches. A. D. C. HARVEY, Furniture and Undertaking, Terms Strictly Cash or Installment. Lounges, Rugs, Folding Beds& Springs, Uphol stering, Etc Shades, Fix tures, Safes, Ta bles. Stands, Chairs, ete,ete CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED DAY OR NIGHT. My Line of Goods in this Department is Complete and of the Latest Styles. Embalming Done "When Desired. One door east of Occidental, on Sheridan atreet J. J. FRIBLEY, HARDWARE, TINYARE, STOVES and CUTLERY. fee H CD ftT 'nT"'j.'' v 3 XiV V J 5 H I x i aAU a. r-.' Vlil " Manufacture Tin and Copperware, Roofiing and Spouting. EfWE CUARANTEE ALL WORK.-tS The liadlnir TVeatern Vewapanen" The Kannat Cuy Tim hat earned the abort title by always being lit (he foremost rank of tbe metropolitan, ttestcrn newspaper! In ad vocatlnc tlio Interests ot the Wost, In the east ern money centers tbe Timu Is looked upon as the best reflector of the condition ot the West, and this puts It Iu the position of being the best advocate tbe West can have. It has not let It opportunities past, but on every occasion has done all In Its power toward the upbuilding of this great Western country. Among the prin cipal things It has advocated, some of which. bars been successful, are; Opening of Oklahoma; Opening of tbe Cherokee Snip; . Irrigation for the arid regions; Cheap transportation tor Kansas. In this good work the Kamat City Timet solicits the support ot every Western man. Its Dally la the brlghest and best edited In the Wast, and Its Weekly, with Us twelve large pages, ranks with any weekly newspaper In the world. Tbe Canto Citv Timet was also the first to Inaugurate the system of fast trains out ot Kansas City carrying the regular edition of the Sunday Times and distributing it over Kansas two hundred miles west by eight o'clock a.i&, three hours before tbe regular train leaves Kju sasClly. Is the oldet and nrnrt popular seientifle and mechanical paper published and bas the lamest circulation ot any paper of Its claM in tbe world. Fully Illustrated. Bert olaaa of Wood Ensrav bum. Fubluhed weekly. Send for ipeclmeo copt. Price S3 a year. Konr month' trial, VL StL'KN A CO., PUBUBBaa, SiU Broadway, K.V. ARCHITECTS BU1LDERQ ti Edition of Scientific American. M A itreat sneeea. Baeb lime contains colored llthuRraphic plate of oountry and ettyrealden ces or pnbllo bullillni. Numeroo enaravlnrt nil fun tilnn. and aieelflcationj for the OK or ncbaieontemplatebnlldlnff. Prl J0 Tear, cti. a cupj. " . ' . 7 . . . , iwMIA. beseenr. applf MUNK . who hava had orer t u .mi k..i miuta orer liClxjO application for American and ror Sand for Ilajulbook. Oorr pondeae itrlctly confidential. TRADE MARKS. In ease yonr mark Is not reentered In tbe Pat ent omoo. apply to MCH i Co, and procure tomeXte protection. Bend for Handbook. COPYBlGriT for book, ehart. etc quickly p roc urea, aaure MUKM 6s CO.. Pateat Balkltar. GaraaaL Orncsi 41 Suoadwat. K. X lis eli H.tMErrpt b i SIM.tV. iu - . I r-1 7 ' i I 1 1 ,T M a Tt7"aV3 KN'lbllllHj. IS 7S t i 1 i r xau aoi. knut 1 wUk Mil aad at ail Oaa aaaaoaa. I my au eaa aaa Hi"'- - laSliaaanll m,m HUaui - aiXaia rm m . Sit. aWwwa - 7 waaH-- mmimwmml W. ff S ifm. a-yay ? ! atiC Wafcl. r-?U4.Mel lattC A ood Place to Trade IS AT OPPOSITE HAXTEH BANK. For the best Cofi.es, Teas and Spices it'e a good place to trade. For Canned Goods of all kinds tt'e a good place to trade. For Flonr, Meal, Salt and Smoked Meats, Lard it' t a good place to trade. For Cigars of various brands, Plug and Finecut Tobacco (a very large line) iii a good place to trade. For Beans, Eice, Hominy and all Dried Fruits it' 9 a good place to trade. For all kinds of Vegetables in their season if a good place to trade. Our scales are the standard and we give 16 ouncee to a pound every time. $700 Worth ol Boots and Shoes AT COST! We have concluded to close out our entire stock of Boots and Shoes At cost Now is the time for all to get bargains in this line who havo tho money to pay for them. Thanking all for their patronage in the past we shall hope, by fair and courteous treatment of au, to merit a continuance of your favors. Remember the place opposite Baxter Ban, Baxter Springs, Kan. B. F. BROWN. Harness! .', Harness!. The Pioneer Harness Shop of Cherokee County.. SSrVSTAJiLLSIIED IX 1S70-31 And still in tbo front rank of tbe trarlc, will Lc found at tho old place in. Baxter Springs ever ready to furnisU to tlie public and at tit lowest cash prices tl c finest lino of Saddles, Harness, Collars,' Sweat Pads,! Horse Blankets, Nets, Whips, Halters, IN FACT Everything Pertaining tc the Harness Trade Remember I buy my socds for SPOT CASH and WILL NOT EE UNDERSOLD ly anyone. J, B. OPPERHAK, East Sins or Miutarv Strevt. OrrosiTR (Jufoo's Imvv Smnr. Joux N. IUttfb. CTeCTABLISHEO I37A.-C8 L. L. Docpliiat Ritter& Doubleday, -BANKERS, COLUMBTJS, KANSAS. TaAMACT A General Baistl Business ca a CcasexTcliro lias!