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rule of 6l.8i per year. Sithscrliier will rfinur
a lavorby rppmtinit to us promptly any laiiitre
to receive the Nkws. . ,
All kinds or JOB PRIXTISO cureftiHy snd
promptly attended to. Cull and see specimens.
Kansas City. Fort Scott ft Memphis Railroad.
North Rni'KD. Arrive. ,JPnr
Mall nnl puenijer... 10 3a. m. m
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Mall ami passenger train run dully! fre lirhl
daily except Sunday. Mull closes at post-ollice
2umlnuten before train time. ,.
Baxter and Chetopa Mall and Hack U.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Leaves Bax
ter m.t Keelvllle8.80; Melrose 4; and
arrives nt Chetopa atSo'clncli p iu.
No. 71
; A. F. it A. St.. wensno irm
- iwn the firbt and third Mon-
ij, diiv eveniniM of each month at
l.'7:. Visiting brethren Irator-
nuliy tnviieu.
R. H . MtiTii. See..
One lot gents' fancy shirts $1 each,
former price $1.35; ono lot srentH fan
cy shirts 85c each, former price $1.25;
one lot gents' f uncy shirts 75c eacli,
former price $1 ; one lot gents' fancy
shirts CO.; each, former price 85c. Ev
crv shirt is a bargain at price named.
J. M. Cooper.
Oranges, lemons and bananas at
J. II. Hcupiirey's.
500 pair gents' odd pants ranging
from $1 to 7.50 to close out at greatly
reduced jjr ices. J. M. Cooper.
Mokaska coffee, at W. E. Ty net's.
Trunk ami valise in great variety
at J. M. Cooper's.'
Notice. All parlies owing Dr.
Craig for medical attendance or in the
drug store must Rettle, and all parties
having accounts against him should
present tlieut at the store.
$5000 won it of clothing to 6clect
from at rock bottom prices.
J. M. Cooper.
13 pounds granulated sugar for $1 ;
14 lbs. best extra sugar tor ft ; on
fin -nor lb.; lard S: per lb.: family
headlight oir 15u per gallon ; lemons
26c per doz. ; oranges .wo per aoz. : iu
harsnf wood soao for 25c. Em y thing
jIba onimllv MS pilCHD in OUT lillO Of
crocerics, provision and feed. Cash
paid Tor country produce ai j.
Baldwin's Cash House.
Tho greatest bargains in clothing
ever stiowu in Baxter Spritigs.
J. M. Cooper.
I have
oda and
an over-slock of Cap Sheaf
am selling it off at 5o per
.1. II. IICMrilKEY.
We nro making special prices on
dress goods to close tlient out. It will
pay you to see thetu before buying.
J. M. Cooper.
Found. A bunch of keys. Inquire
at this office.
Ladies, call and see the largest stock
of stylish millinery ever brought to
Eaxtcr at Mrs. Stark's. New hats,
new dress goods, new gloves,etc Call
and get pricey
A pound of Mokaska baking pow
der with a fine glass pitcher and two
glasses for f0c at W. E. Tyner's.
See the new Mock of millinery
goods just opened by Mrs. W. W.
Smith on the west side or Military
The best $2 shoe at
A. M. Peak- & Co's.
I desire to inform my old friends
anil nutvints Unit I am buck asrain at
the old ct ml prepared to do all kinds
f plain and lancy dressmaKing. utve
tue a call. Anna Applesate.
A FINE $125 ORGAN to trade for
a young horse; alt-o one or the best
nal-A nf carriafL'H in irood condition to
trade for piano. Inquire at J. M.
Cooper'a 6tore.
T.irtlf- wishimr 'flue dresses made
hould g" to MUs Appiegate'a, west
Ida of iluitary street, i. . ... ,
Go to Mrs. W. V. Smith's new mif
liuery store west side of Military street
f or your spring hats.
Tucker has the Popular $2 Shoe in
D, E, EE and F common sense and
opera lasts. Try them.
I have a lot of flax seed for sale.
J. J. Fbiblxt.
A frill line of women's, mist's and
children's shoes itA.lL Peake & Co's.
cnuurcui iiuv ! v. " -
25 pieces Worsted Dress Goods worth 15
Gent's Fancy Colored
Gardening timo ia here.
City election next Tuesday.
Several very line "Aprile" showers
this week.
Colrimhus is talking of building a
jelly and syrup factory.
Hear Col. "Warner's address at the
city hall this afternoon.
Coma out ami hear Col. Alex. War
ner's view on tho dairy interest at the
city hall this afternoon.
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Iii a roundabout way wo learn that
another wedding in high life is Boon to
take place in this vicinity.
E. M. Perkins steps with unusual
briskness over the arrival of a flue boy
at his homo last Saturday.
The nrosnect Is irood for a neat and
hotlv contested battle on the election
of city officers next Tuesday.
M. S. StilUoit announces with much
modest v the sate arrival of a bouncing
boy at ids domicile Sunday evening.
Tho butter and cheese factory build
ing was put up in just nine days af
ter the completion of tho foundation.
A Im-irA DRIIH Of "lass III the WCSt
Bifid nf tdn Daniels buildin? was blown
in by the severo west wind Thursday.
Road tho advertisement of Isaac
Wright, the enterprising Columbus
merchant, in anoiucr place in mis pa
Geo. W. Koontz requests us to an
nounce him as a candidate for mem
ber ot Board of Education from the
first ward.
Cupt. Price and D. B. Peake caught
some fine hnss and croppie at the dam
Tuesday. We tried just as hard as
they, but didn't gel a hsh.
Daiinio Crowell fell from J. M.
Brewster's delivery wagon one day
last week and was quite severely hurt
by having one of tho wheels pass over
his head. -
The April term of the district court
of this tiounty opens at Columbus
next Tuesday. There is a large num
ber of liquor selling indictments on
the docket.
It is rumored that a colored man
will be a candidate for election to the
rttfti!f nf nifinber of Board of Educa
tion from the second ward next Tues-
fl:iv. Of course he will be a "dark
Col. Alexander Warner is decidedly
well posted in regard to tho dairy
business in tho east and his address
at the city hall this afternoon will be
worth listening to. EveryDoay snouiu
be there.
A nrosnect mininsr shaft is being
sunk on what is known as the D. B.
Dver tract of laud just north of Five
Mile creek and about three and a half
miles cast of this city. The prospect
is very good.
As some of the citizens of tho Sec
ond Ward of Baxter Springs, wishes
to vote for me for a member or school
hoard. L therefor subject myself as a
candidate subject to yoar wishes and
votes. ii ev. . w. omitu.
Col. Alex. Warner went to Girard
Wednesday and there completed the
purchase of the elegant residence
place just northwest of this city, for
merly owned by C. W. Daniels and
II; R. Crowell and latterly by J. W.
Star Courier : Tho county attorney
probably goes on the theory that a bird
in the buh Is worth two in the hand,
or that it is better to let the real vio
lators of the law get away, while in
nocent citizens are subjected to the in
dignities of an examination iuto their
private affair
The attention of the public is re
spectfully called to the advertisement
of Scott's Kentucky Stock Barn else
whore in this psper. If you desire
something pretty and at the samo time
fait and valuable in the way of a bug
gy nag Mr. Scott can suit you exactly.
Call and see him.
The Times savs Messrs. Browu and
Edward of Parsons, Kansas, have
made arrangements with a company
of English capitalists to purchase coal
lands near Galena on the northwest,
bolld railroad from them to Galena
and put up smellers there with ft ca
pacity U consume all her ore. '
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Herald: E. Harding, division su
perintendent of the Missouri Pacific
railway company remained in Joplin
last week aud drove over the city. It
is surmised that his visit here may
mean much more than the gentleman
would have ns think. It is indeed
highly probable that, the Missouri Pa
cific management is seriously consid
ering the mstter of extending its road
from Jopan to cactopa.
Lanndried Shirts to close ont at less than cost J. II COOPER.
of 12 pleases all the ladies.
Now arriving at Mrs. W. W. Jones'
Emporium. Call and see them before
buying. Prices lower than ever.
Ladies, try a pair of our fine don
gola button shoes. They are sure to
please you. Only $2 a pair. Every
pair warranted. J. M. Cooper.
Tucker's Popular 2 Shoo, always
gives satisfaction. Hundreds of pairs
of them now i use.
gents havo no equal
All sizes nnd styles;
Every pair warranted.
SIIOE3, for
for durability.
$2.25 per pair.
J. M. Cooper.
Hats aud cap cheap at
A. M. Peake & Co's.
Also native send at W. E. Tyner 8.
Jeans pants all prices at
A. M. Peake & Co's.
Fresh garden seeds at W. E. Tyncr's.
Gents' sitriu underwear at A. M.
Peake & Co'.
Tho latest shades in spring fabrics
at A. M. Peake & Co's.
The irreatebt bargains iu dress goods
at J. M. Cooper's.
For bargaius iu dry goods go to
A. M. Peake & Co's.
We have an immense 6tock of field
and garden seeds. Our prices are the
lowest: 55c a bushel for extra clean
new red top : $4 a bhshel for fine new
red clover seed. Everything else in
proportion. We will Bell you genuine
Connecticut ouion seed and guarantee
it to grow. J. J. Fribley.
Gloves at cost at A. M. Peake & Co's.
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Best corn, 3 cans for 25c, at J. J. Os
bom's. For Sale. One spau young grey
mares. Will sell for cash or on 9
months time with good security.
W. A. Braman,
ycniral, Kan.
A full line of Drugs at wholesale
aud retail at G. G. Gregg's. The paint
and oil season is here and wo are sup
plied and ready to furnish you at tue
lowest market price for good material.
Your prescriptions should always be
taken to G. G. Gregg.
JUST RECEIVED a fine line of
canned fruits, fancy crackers, pre
serves, extracts, fancy soaps, etc., at
We have a full stock of queensware
cheap. J.J. Osbor.w
Fresh at W.E. Tyner's.
Ladies, patrouize Tucker for your
Lunch or meal at Ohlou'a.
Another large arrival of the popular
2 shoes at iuckebs.
The finest line in the city on which
we defy competition in prices.
Ladies, trv a pair of the "Common
Sense" $2 shoes at Tpckeb'b.
To Ocb Ccstomxus :
We will meeMoy prices mado on
goods in our line'Tu this city or iu any
of the neighboring towns.
J. J. prtioRN, The Grocer.
Fine rye bread at Ohlen's.
Corn, bran, outs and other feed at
Brewster Bros. Cash Grocery.
We carry a , full slock of w. A.
Mouut & Co'. bet candies.
Fresh bread, cakes, pies, etc, every
dav. Lunch, cigars, tobacco, nuts
and fruits in season.
Baking Powder lib. 15c; lb.
10c ; M lb. Scat'. J.J. Osbobn s.
L.C. Goodner will pay the highest
market nrie. lor butcher's stock. In
quire at Drovew and Farmers bank.
llememberj ' "buy my goods for
SPOT CASH nl will sell you har
ness of every dencrlptlon cheaper than
you can buy eUewhere, at the old reli
able Pioneer Harness Shop of Chero
kee couuty.: J. it. UPPER-xv.
Call at the NTws office if you want
(he bent sale bills or posters gotten op
la the county.
to6 cts. a yard; your
At ft meeting of the mayor and city
council last Friday evening a resolu
tion was unanimously passed instruct
ing the mayor to sign, on behalf of the
city, together with C. W. Daniels,
Wm. March, Jas. Ludlum and j. it.
Humphrey, a bond or contract indem
nifying the Baxter Springs Manufac
turing Co. aorainst anv taxes, costs or
expenses that may be incurred iu the
settlement of tho old railroad oona
matter mentioned in these columns
the past two weeks. In consequence
of the giving of this indemnity bond
the company has already begun the
manufacture of windmill apparatus
and expect to deliver their first order
at Cherry vale next week. The wind
mill enterprise promises to eclipse
anything we have yet secured iu the
wa'y of a manufacturing industry.
In our item last week concerning
Guy Carroll and Charlie Day we made
the mistake of saying that Day came
from Galena with Carroll. Harry
Stough and Charlie Day came over
iu a buzgy leaving Galena after noon,
while Carroll camo on tho 10 o'clock
train with two other young men. We
regret very much that Mr. Day's son
whom we know only as a young
ninn nf intesrritv and L'ood moral
character should have been placed iu
the position tie was oy our item oi last
week, but so long as people continue
to misrepresent or withhold the real
facts when talking to newspaper men
riicIi mistakes will inevitably occur.
People 6hould remember that good old
adage to the eiiect that a ne win travci
a considerable distance while Truth is
putting ou bis shoes.
E. W. Cole. livinsr on the Norris
farm two miles southeast of Neutral,
had the misfortune to lose his entire
lot of household goods, valued at $400,
bv firo Thursday morning. Mr. and
Mrs. Cole and six children were eating
breakfast when the tire was discovered
devouring the roof of the house, aud
as the wind was blowing a regular
galo it was but a few minutes until
the house was in ashes. Mrs. loio
saved mo9t of her dresses, but tho
rest of the family were left with only
tho clothes they wore.
Cant. Price savs the Drescnt stagna
tion in business and the universal
dullness in Raxior Snrin? was main
Iv caused by the failure of the water
works and switch enterprises. He
thinks tho towu is $25,000 worse off
aud has several hundred less popula
tion because tho water works builders
were scared out of putting iu the plant
the past winter aud because tho switch
money was enjoined and tho money
that it was expected wouid ho spent
in tho building of tho 6pur has been
A local assembly of tho Knights of
Labor was organized in this city
Wednesday evening by Mr. C. O. Fee,
D. M. W. of D. A., with a charter
membership of nearly thirty. The
following officers were elected for the
first term : R. P. McGregor, M. W. ;
J. A. Sour, W. F. ; Ed. Hodgkins, V.
S. : M. H. Gardner, Sec. ; J. J. Frib
ley, Treas. ; Thco. Griffin, F. S.; W.
G. Bates, U. K. ; rreston l.utton, A.;
G. McBridc, W. I.; A. Willard,S.;
Shelby Johnson, I. S.; Geo. Teuton,
O. S.
Mis9es Helen Short, Bello Brandon,
Lizzie Sutton, Ray W. Brewster, Net
tie Dotv, Chas. F. Noble, Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Hart, Prof, E. O. Noble, Miss
Lillie Bishop, Miss Sadie Talbot, II.
C. Kaylor of this city and Prof, and
Mrs. Bowman of Lowell left yester
day for Parsons to attend a conven
tion of the teachers ot southeastern
Kansas. About 75 teachers went
from Cherokee county.
Charles L. McClune of Columbns,
Kansas, is nrenarin. a man of the
.Tonlin mininir district. The man cov
era 2Sx30 miles, taking in Alba on the
north and the most or beneca on me
smith : running from five miles past of
Carthage to ono mile west of Baxter
Springs; also taking In the northeast
(timer of the Indian territory. It is
alniost ready for the lithographers.
The trial of Charlie Day, charged
with hrenkin? in the door of John
George's room a few days ago, was set
lor hearing Thursday evening ot last
a-ffk. but as one of tho attornevs was
absent it was again set for Tuesday
last, ueorgo was unauie 10 euena
and it was then postponed until
April 2S.
Farmers Hooting.
f!nl. Alexander Warner will deliver
an address at the city ball Saturday,
March 20, at 1:30 p. ra. Subject:
uUow to Promote the Dairy Interest."
A cordial invitation is extended to all
both ladies and gentlemen, and we ur
gently request all persons interested its
nnr emxmorr pntfimrisB nw befit?
established iu this vicinity to attend.
J. J. f KIBLET, .
President Baxter Springs Batter and
Cheese Association.
choice for 10 cts. a
For first cla-'S groceries of all de
scriptions. Extra fine canned corn,
peas, beans, string beans, peacne,
blackberries, gooseberries, pumpkins,
apricots, plums aud tomatoes, Croswi
& Blackwell's fine preserves, bottled
onions and chow-chow, Thompson's
relish. Extracts 5c a bottle, California
dried fruits, peaches, apricots and
pears. Dried apples 4 lbs. for 25c ; all
kinds of fancy candies and crackers,
maplesugar, fine oranges and bananas,
fiffa 1.1c a i inn tid. 2 nonnd 25c Tar
soap, toilet soap, sapolio, washing sobjm
of all kinds, 9 bars gooJ soap for 2jc,
t . M "1 A .
nacon 8$c a pound, nominy j.z ids, iov
25c; Iowa seed potatoes, Early Rose
and Early Ohio; also a fine lot of po
tatoes for family use, coffee 25o a lb.,
codfish 12c a lb. Everything in our
line at the lowest possible prices. We
also pay the highest market prices for
all country produce.
The Baxter Springs Manufacturing
Co., which has lor some weeks pabt
been iu course of organization, has
finally materialized into a fixed fact.
Mr. Samuel Bricker, recently from La
Otto, Iud., has becu elected president,
Albert Allen vice president, Benj. S.
Warner secretary and Ira C. Perkins
treasurer. All the necessary agree
ments, leases, contracts, etc., for laud
aud power have been sigued and al
ready the manufacture and sale of
windmills and apparatus hats begun.
It is unquestionably tbe best manu
facturing industry yet secured for us
and will nrobablv rrow into a lar.o
enterprise giving employment to 75 to
100 men within the next two years.
I have reauested all parties knowing
themselves indebted to McElhiney &
Friblev to call and settle by note if
they had no money. I ask you again
to call and give me your note ior me
amount of your account. If you fail
to do this I will be obliged to give it
to tho proper officers for collection. I
do not wisli to cause any person that
ever traded with McElhiney & Fribley
any trouble, but these accounts must
be settled. So don't fail to come ia
and square up by giving rae your note.
J. J. Fribley.
Registration of Voters.
Tlii following table shows tho regis
tration of voters in Baxter Springs for
the election next i uesoay :
rmsT waiid.
Males, white... 105
Males, colored 40
Female, white SI
r'etuulcs, colored... U4
ctccosn waiio.
Males, white 60
Males, colored... . 4J
Females, white 44
Females, colored... 35
Total for tho city, 417.
There will be a caucus at the city
ball Saturday evening, March 29, for
thn nnmnsfl of nominating citv officers.
Every voter should bo on hand as it is
1 L., miiJ w n n
very imponaut mm guuu won v
womcu should be nominated.
Many Voters.
new millinery store.
I have just opened a millinery store
in the city and I wish to call the at
tention of the public to my stock.
Everything is new and my prices are
as low or lower than elsewhere.
Mrs. W. W. Smi.
Those were fine zephyrs" we got
from the south and west Wednesday
aud Thursday. It was tho most pe
culiar "spell of weather" we have seen
for a lnnr while and considerable
damage was done to trees, light bnild-
lugs and loose things generally, to say
nothing of the sand in people's eyes.
The butter and cheese factory bnild
ing i completed and the machinery
was shipped from Chicago Wedues
pay. It may arrive to-day. An ex
perienced machinist will accompany
it and nut It la nlace immediatsly.
The factory will bo in running order
within a very short time.
List of Letters
Remaining in the post-office at Bai
lor Snrin or a. Kansas, for the week
ending Mar. 2G, 1890, which if not
called for within two weccs win do
sent to the dead letter office at Wash
ington. D. C. :
Allen, Mrs S Peterson, Charlie
Garnett. Miss Hassle Williams, Cbarli
tireen, J W Quean, Hamilton
Persons calling for any ot the above
letters will pleaso say "Advertised,"
giving date ot list.
Wm. Marcs, P.M.
Bucklen'a Arnica Salvs.
The best salve in the world for
Cuts, Broises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum. Fever Sores.Tetter. C
ped lIsnd,C-ilbi&ius , Corns, ar. I
kin Eruptions, and positively cur, a
Piles, or no pay required. It is mar
anteed to give periect satisfaciicu,
or money refunded. Price 25 ccuts
per box at Craig's Drug fctre.
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yard. J. 2X COOrZr
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