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i .. .-. .... - 1 'X rt I I ' 4 V FHYSICUNS. Da. A. J. McCLELLAN. 13IITSIUIAN AND RURQKOM. Offlrear.il Jl reeuleaoe two blocks weet of Baxtur bank DR. E. A. MoPADDKN, PHYSICIAN AND 8UUOKOS U ageta reedy to praclloe meUlolnr aflur rreniierat ing Me health. Office at residence comer or Neoslioand Lincoln etreele. ATTORNEY A AT LAW. Samuel II. Smith, Attorney-at-Law, Baxter Spring, Km. Public. Votary C. G. HO UNO It, A TTOESEY AT LAW and U. . roromle J sinner. Office in Drovers and Farmera Dank building. W. II. HORNOIt, TTOESEY AT LAW. Offloe U Drovers L and rarraaraBank. 01000 REWARD For tnrj mm if ufoitj M M Shan's Scon Pcff Baltins Pcti:r. Tlmspoo are strictly poie Cmm of To. tar Goodt. Contain 4m or MHfatnia. Every Can wammted. Ufa Cut tot 50. Try a Can; If 70s art sot pleased, the me ill be ntunttd by or agent J. M. COOPER. R G. CROYELL '& CO. KANSAS CITY, MO., 1431 Locast Street, Special Brokers IN HAY! Consignments Solicited. G. E. DAVIS & SON, Wholesale dealers in ' . BAXTER SPRINGS, KAN. Parties having baled or loose hay for ... mm. . . t sale will do wen to cau on us uo fore selling. CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY. ffViiCllQuo COO M COLO Throat Affection Wasting efFlesi 1 M "Nf, cc:::uo?Tion DnOfJCHITIS SCROFULA Or My XNm Mrker (M Tftreol m4 wmW re Xnjtoemed, IaA f Mtmtgth or Jraree) aar, yon em X rettov aa swd wrw ty PURE COD LIVER OIL With HypophospHltes. PALATABLE A3 MILK. 4k Vr Sevtrw AnnMm, nwf fa eto eav yUiMtttoM or w(Ma(M m4mm trow meetpt m ewfcsfiruf. SoW &y all Druggist. SCOTT A DOWKI.Chemlete, N.Y. liEBSi Jfl 4 IT. jfiA 5f., J CITY. MS. JU mlt Specialist i tt dtp xto It m Stgmlar Gradmto in kediein. Over is (wri1 Praclk, Vt ytarl i Chicago. THE OLDEST M ICE, MD LOHGEST LOCATED. AothorliKl by the Bute to trat Cbronlo. Nirfoui and "Bpeolal D1 mm," bemlnal Weokncaa night iiioMReiul Debility) lotaffual rMMr)7NerT0iM Iwblllty, Potaonad Blond, t'loera aod Swelllniaot every kind. VMnmrr DlMaaea. aod In tact all uoublca or dlneaaaa In eltlier mule or femala. Cure avaranteed or money refunded. Cbanrealow. Tbouaandaot caace cured. Experience la Important. All med dneaare anaranteed to be pure and efllcacioua, being compounded in my perfectly appointed laboratory, and are furnlabed ready for aae. "o rnnnlnir to drug atorea to have oncertaln preecrlptlona filled. No merenrr or Injoriou inedlolnea need. Ko detention from boalneae. Patlenu at a dietanoe treaMd by letter and ex preaa. medicines aent averywliere free, from caae or breakaire. 6 late ydbr caae ana eena fur terms. Consultation tree and confidential. a plain envelope e, from uie ace of Jt4 pare TfrtnTT Botli. Brxmm, cent Illustrated wvi aealed In for tc. In stamps. Every male, U to evanould read tbia book. Tfl-1 t.ll I rWATOnM THE GREAT TURKISH RHEUMATIC CURE A POSITIVE CURE for RHEU MATISM, tor any ease this treatment falls to core or help. Greatest discovery In annals of medicine, une nose pi reuei : few doaea removes fever and pala In jolou: Cora completed In muwIiIi .miii latUnalui. Call, or addraea Or.HDCRSOtKflW.tmSL,KseaeCifT,Ma. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Oonntr AttorncY Ashley returned home yesterday morning. Frank McGregor was down from Weir City visiting his parent this wee. C. S. McFadden left Thursday for Joplin. From there he will go to Guthrie, I. It Is said. G. W. Richmond and wife depart ed last week for Washington atate to at .a ma a make tneir iuiure oome. W. A. Braman. the alliance lum ber merchant of Neutral, paid Baxter Springs a business visit Wednesday. Iran Matheny and Carl Craig re turned to FayetteTiiie, Ark., last week to attend tne military acaaemy mere. Guy Carroll came over from Gale naThursday to tell the county attor ney what he knew about the distribu tion of raw tarantula juice among cit izens of Baxter Spriugs. Henry Cavanaugb was afraid the a I nrmenh am micht henoriM loo warm and oppressive for him in this locality soon ana uepanea neaneway whu out makinir public his destination. R.. J. Downing returned Monday from Washington, D. C where he has been eniraared as counsel for several wsaL'i In mm mmi In whltih the Pc oria and Miami Indians am Interested. Mr. W. 8. Forrester of Lawrence, renrftaAntlnir the educational deparl ment of D. Appletou & Co book pub lishers, was in tne city several aaya the past week and attended a meeting nf tha tioani nt iIueatioii Mondav evening in the interest of bis company. LOXOFEIXOWS BIRTHDAY. The celebration of Longfellow's birthday by the colored pupils of our Baxter schools was a graud success. Atthnnch tha) eveninff was the coldest of the year the ball was filled with an appreciative audience and was tastily decorated under the supervision of Wm. Martin. "The Welcome" was pointed snd well rendered. "Resigna tion" was aeuverea in a styie in Keep ing with the sentiment of that poem. The life of Longfellow was well sketched and thoroughly covered as well as it could be in a paper of its length. "The Famine," au extract from the beautiful poem "Hiawatha," was rendered with good expression as was "The Builders" ail by Miss Do ty's scholars. The two papers ou Longfellow's two most beautiful po ems "The Courtship of Miles Stand ish" and "Evangeline" showed that each of these popular poems had been closely studied. Those papers were randered bv nuDlla of Mrs. Hart's grammar class as was also the sweet est of that authors snort poems, -ine Flowers." The renderiug of Long fellow's "Psalm of Life1 by Mrs. Hart's primary class was perfection in time and expression. Much credit is due Mr. and Mrs. Hart and Miss Doty for the success of that entertainment Prnf. Plarlr aaalaipil in nrenarinsr some excellent music for the occasion. There was not as tuanv parents of pupils present as should have been. Those who were there received the highest and most intelligent literary enter tainment ever given by colored .peo ple to the eitizens of Baxter Springs. It was one that was creditable to any community and honorable to any pu pils of the grade of those who partlci; pated. We regret that the children marked the absence of the parents. This should not be. The effect is to make the children feel that there Is a lack or interest in them on the part of par ffnta. This feelinsr nrodocca an indif ference in pupils the results of which parents will see and feel when it is too late. Children should be encouraged by parents as well as by strangers. CHL0K0-NAPHTH0LEU1I AUSOLtTELY CURES HOG CQOLERAJ Writ for Clrcalara and Testimonials. MoCOLim A BARRETT, ' K 8b.i klley Building, CsMSA4,CrrT, Mo Boll of Honor. rpk. frAXnmlntr mini I a nf tha first !n lug iwiivn iuB w. termediate department, Baxter Springs a. a 0 I.I mmm school, nave oeen neimer aoseiii, nur - . . .m .mm . i tardv during toe monin enomgreo. 28,1890: . Maud Uasoa Mabel Dey VUlta West Lola English Lizzie Button, Teacher. Jnnlin ITfirald: Incornoratlon pa pers will be filed lu a few days for the Galena Electric Power and Mining Company, to be located at Galena. The directors for the first year are William B. Stone of Galena, A. W. Walburn of Fort Scott, Charles E. flart of Baxter Springs, Arthur E. SUlwell, Delbert J. llaff, IraC Hub bell and Charles Ru sling of Kansas City. The capital stock is fixed at $200,000 and all is paid in. xne corn nan r nroiMsea to locate a motor in front of each mine and operate its ma- . a . v mi ftl culnery oy electric power, iney wm establioh an arc light system in Gale na. The Thomson-Houston Electric Light Company is back of this enter prise, and it will also duiia tne eiecinc power plant which is to be established in Joplin Lhe coming summer, , About a year ago a man died who, it was thought, wai - the sole possessor ot the secret of manufacturing alu minum cheaplv. A young employe of the Cowles Manufacturing Compar nv at Cleveland, however, bas discov ered a procesa of bis' own by which the wonderful metal can be made and sold at $2 per hundred by the ton. The sources from which the metal is drawn are Inexhaustible, and it is as white as silrer, untarnishable as gold, lighter than class with tanillii ifrpnrfh una. qnaled. It is expected to effect a rev. oUition in metal manuractuce. SprUrrftUey Toermaklo laadajr efc-1 Co sire) am To be bold at Elrrt Tree school' bouse April 6, 1890. .- MOBHINQ SXSSIOir 10 KX). Devotional exercises. , 10:20. Address of welcome by Austin Rendel. Song. ;' Handav school, lesson con ducted by J. H. Chubb. 11 AfX , Kxercisea oy jMeuirai bciiwi. 11:30. How best to retain the at tention of the Infant class, by Mrs. Losey. Discussion, ftuig. 12 .-OO. Appointment of committees. Adjournment. Basket Dinner. AFTEBhOOH iiaoiua. 1:3a Song service. i in. ir.TArataea bv Elm Tree school. 2:00. Are the Sunday schools of to-dav a detriment or a benefit to the church ? by E. O. Noble. Discussion. Hs nor 2:40. Song by Brush creek schooL 2:45. Exercises py Baxter scnooia. 3 :ir. What can the Sunday school rln tn cnuntr.ract the influence Of trashy literature ? by A.C. Hutching.. Discussion. 3 :45. Exercises bv Bluo Mound 4 .-00. Reports from Sunday schools. Miscellaneous business. Sonir. Ad journment - " uoklon's Arnloa Salve. ThA hnat aalva In the wOrld for Cain. Bruises. Sores. Uleers. Salt Rheum, Fever Bores.Tetter, Chap ped Hands.Chilblains , Corns, and all tikin Eruptions, and positively cures rues, or no pay required. 11 is guar anteed to give perlect satisfaction, ormonev refunded. Price 25 cents per box at Craig's Drug fitnre. Ko Chance for Deuaagee. Tbt Epoch. Mrs. Mprrlttt MT hear vonr hus band fell on the ice and broke his leg. That was dreadfully u ninety." Mrs. Giles: "I should sav it was. He fell on our own sidewalk." A Cuhlera Statement. Mr. J. F. Masters, cashier of Eramitt & Co's. bank at Waverlyl Ohio, says : "I consider Chamberlain's tough Remedy the best I have ever used. After using several other kinds with out benefit I tried it and it quickly cured me after years of suffering with an obstinate cough aud throat troub le." Fifty-cent bottles for sale at Craig's Drug Store. She Wm Right, Mabel: "Did you hear that Bessie Willis was married yesterday to Tom Gutzler?" Maude: "Really? I thought she would be the last person to marry him." . Msbel: "Well, she wss, wasn't sher rie LaoellaK Weirlora' sWia4V." Tha JftmsM Cut Ttmm aae aarMai Um above UUebralwars being la the tortaoal raak ot the metropolitan western newspapers la ad TteaIiog the UitereaU of the. We In the east ern money centers the XimaiU looked opoa as tha beat rerleelor of tha condition of tha West, and UiU put It la tne position of being the beet advocate the Vast can have. It bas not let to opportunities pass, but ea every occatloa bae dooe all in Itafwwer toward the upbuilding of this great Western country. Among the prla at pal thin n tt has advocated, sonc of wblaa bare beaa nwcaaatnl, arat Opening of Oklahoma; Opening of the Cherokee Strip i Irrigation for the arid regions; Cheap transportation for Xanase, la this good wort the) Kamtat Ctty rtnut sotktUthe support of every Wettera ataa. Its Datty Is the brlgbeat and bast edited la too Wast, and Its Weekly, with 8s twelve largo Mis, ranks with any weekly awwipapariatao world, TteaTsMsweOtifXwiMf wu aao tbo first to fnaugurato tha lyiSani ot tail trains out ot KanaM CltT earrrhig Ua regTilai edlUoo of too Bunion Ttmm and distrQ)uiing It over Kansas two hundred miles wast by eight o'etockAsa, three hoars baton tha regular train lsovos Cab aasony. CarpCarp American Carp CultnTe. - Katabllabed la 18- 16-ptge, monthly, lllue-raled, only 80c. a year. Tlieonly Journal la the Unltod 6tatee aevoteu to Water Cultivation Pond ConMiuction and riili rnvtuntlna. Knduraed V Fish Commis- i...ra In sear stale In the nnion. Bend 3-CCQt atamp tor aampla copy. AoMrwe AHiance, Ohio. ' PARLOR AND BED-ROOM SUITES And everything kept in a FIRST CLAS8 FURNITURB nOUSE. AH Li GHEASE. Ivaeld la erery atata and Ceaaty m the fjaiea a4 Is today WlTnOCT A RIVAL, a aeirer. aaUy fa Ula fast ssse;aUe4 tbat anraerasut tsalto tteea haTebeea Bu4a,lUUImtbt(tke VtcsGccassthaFraicr" ffrwtSiali r asatr, bees me there Is snare aseejey la Is ta taaaa. Pa aot be Uaeeed ayea, bat la. sal mtmg THE FStAZER; Ieaavas yeas haesa lakaa, aa yea tea, It raealvad aratasslslaitaecsalaaassi a rana JL1!wStatae FtTAZnn LAOEL. H.i.li -far LOal er V T.T' r t ITCf Tl asral ami 1 fc w u L. ftltl'Ilj mm Picture Mould iri of Tarion8 Kinds, Gold, Steel Bronze. Rociers, Keei &B&ttan. Fic- b tiiK frames, Idu-- roans, Couehes A. D. C. HARVEY, Furniture and TJndertali Terms Strictly Cash or Installment- KSST mZZZ iaaj sisli.serTeane. Lounges, Bugs, Folding Beds& Springs, Uphold stering, Etc. n Shafts, Fix tures, Safes, Ta bles. Stands, Chairs, etc etc. 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 twat of Occidental, on Skorldan atroot, J. J. FRIBLEY, HAHDUABE, TUn'ARE, STOVES and CUTLERY. 8 3 Manufacture Tin and Copperware, Roofiinand Spouting tr WE GUARANTEE ALL WOKSVU A cod Place i o IS AT OPPOSITE BAXTER BAKK. For the beet Coffees, Teas and Spices it's a good plae to trad. For Canned Goods of all kinds it's a good place to trade. For Flour, Meal, Salt and Smoked Meats, Lard it" t a good plae to trade. For Cigars of various brands, Plu and Finecut Tobacco (a very large line) it's a good place to trad. For Beans, Bice, Hominy and all Dried Fruits it' a goodphoe-to trade.. For all kinds of Vegetables in their season it' a good place to trade. Our scales are the standard and we give 16 ottnoes to a pound every time S700 Vorlh of Bcots anil Shoes AT COST! "We have concluded to close out our entire stock ef Boots and Shoes at cost. Now is the time-for all to get bargains in this line who have the money to pay for them. Thanking all for their patronage in the past we shall hope, by fair and courteous treatment of all, to merit a continuance of your favors. Remember the place oppotite Banter Banh, Baxter Springs, Kan. B. TP. BROWN. Harness! ,', Harness! the Pioneer Harness Shop of Cherokee County. SSrESTAJlLISUED I2T J870-& And still in the front rank of the trade, wl be found at the old plaoe in Baxter Springs ever ready to foriiixh to the public and at the lowest cash prices the finest line of Saddles, Harness, Collars,, Sweat Pads, Horse Blankets, Nets. Whips, Halters,. IN FACT Everything Pertaining tc the Harness frada Remember I tray my Roods - for SPOT CASH and. WILL; . NOT EE UNDERSOLD by anyone. J. B. OPPERMAN. East bnK or Militart STnr.rr. Orrositr. (.HKna'a bnce Stchf. Jonx T. UlTTIB. L. L. DoUBLElkAT U-ESTABUSHED 1374.-C3 Ritter& Doubleday, . BANKEES, . COBUMBtrs, KANSAS. TBAkSACT A . General Backing Business cn a Ccnsciratftc Unls- a.r. 4 2 ' tY.L .TTr V. V .... .. . 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