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NIKR THE "OLD RELIABLE" OF CHEROKEE COUNTY Has jnst added to the largest and most complete stock of Harness, sauuies ana Harness nnrk nf PVPW 1oseril)ti011 00US 01 etl utamjuiuii an elegant line of f apiis, Etc. which were bought for SPOT CASH at the lowest prices such goods can be produced for at the factory, and they will be sold at prices so low it will astonish you. onnu .A PIONEER HARNESS uuui mm CftrMO Snrrsys Mm Carts SSp I Mrs. btarK uas oniy h iew muo i noises were very vaiuouic oum w. :n :,,-.l-n mim Ku.. iWi.- cnttAnns left, verv fine for Pipllt omnnnt of money was raised by e tSlttiaii hi lie j attention to an elegant LA DIES' CART finished in nat- 1'al W00d and elaborately trimmed. It is the "Ladies' Pflvnritfl" and will 1)C SOldlJ. K Tucker's for a few days at mi ninnzillHv lOW ninirC. Also the best Road Cart inaerweur,tociosoout. M CoopERi , , . the world tor tnc icasi nion- . . J 0V. C Will SCll yon a Uin and Harness at sncnasmaii t 111 .a n.i .M1 price Iliai iUKHii; m nui be cheap any longer. Come and see us and we .wiU sare you money, Ja 3a Baxter Springs, Kansas. Qnnp n nn n i I at fcgjLf-LH BAXTER SPRINGS, CHEROKEE COUNTY, KANSAS, AUGUST 9, 1890. BAXTER SPRINGS NEWS. n PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BV M. H. GARDNER. -O Tfntia it' fiiihur.l'iltf.itn One copy, one ypr... 11 22 one ropy, aix mnnma One copy, tnrc moniiia :: All Miibtcrtpiioni paynuic 10 rn--- tpail in advance will be charged tor at the . . .... . - i..i.A..ii.ul.a will Ann OF noi nuin n nuvincc niii uv - - rule of ai.SO ner yr. Subicrilwra will nor i a mvor uy repomnB iu u. huiiij . ; . - ..M.Hniiiiinr aiiura 10 rcc-ve we mcws. . . aii km.u r jnn PRINTING cnreftilly and oromntly atlcnileil to. uan anu "i - RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Kansas City. Tort 8oott 4 Memphis Railroad VnnTll Bol'ND. I Arrive. Mali and iu6fnger. 1 10. IS a m. 1 10.11 a. m Denart, I li )fta. in. Local Height I 3 00 p.m. I i.OOu.m Soctii KousD. Hull und iiniiengt'r.. .? P I 4.46 p.m. 12 iftu. m. a. IS ft in. 'm.i!1 and puiwenircr train, run ully : tnishi daily except Sunday. Malt cionea ai po-m m niimue ueiore irui .. . lf..v t.i.. TuohTv Thursday a -t Saturday. Leave. Ba ler 1 ' m. i KeeWille 8.80 1 Melrose 4; and arVlve.at Chetopa atSo'clockp m. Uaxter anu vnP,,,i,?.r?" ....7 V -T.-. n,,. BAXTER A. F.'& A.J $5 dnv evenlnjr of each month ut Vluliinff brethren Irater- .11.. IRA C. l'KKKIXt, W. U. 6. H. kmith. Sec. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. Who nnet ilm-nhlfl 12 hllOO At XMvaisvwv "'-t- A. M. I'EAKE X UOS . Tf.w T?raivvli A lui'"0 StOCK Of nnnA.ictrorn uii.l HlftHsware and am VUVVIIOUMIV " - ml if fit out full sets of botli plain and decorated dUhcs, and intend lo n,ake 11,0 ,0WC8t price". ,na( wKKtoni markets. iuuu any I Till ltrmin V tie I W a n ; , , w Fiipplv of prize baking powder opcr & ilodirkiitfl'. Nei at Cooper Tnb ut mir hoot and shoes before buying. A. M. Peake Co. 3..ri0 bn vs a fine kid f hoe at Cooper's worth $3.00 in any mai Ket. Tim nlatn Inr hiil'iruillH 13 at x r. -.. , A. M. I EAKE O V o. Headquarters for watermelons is at IlKEWhTEIt iJUOS. UKOtEUl. Cl.inr linlo tit i-riKt. uu an -- A. M. 1 FAKE LO. Sec our 2.50 irlazed kid shoe before imv olePtvhrre. it 13 INC DC til oar nflVn-d in a shoe in this mar All cioa mill AtV'leS. CoilimOll and Onera Heel and t00 ' j. m. coorER's. We have tho best lino of men s, in uie wcm. Still you get 13 tts. granulated, 14 5,8 best light brown ami 15 Us of ex tra dark brown sugar ior i m. Cooper iiodgkixs . LniAn h-mm. Also a new arrival of the latest style jerseys. - For bareains in jeans pants, overalls I aud jumpers can at n . A. Al. A H.AI . IV WW . 7 . Entirely new styles inf corsets just received at J. M. Coopers. . . .. . i a itoo n A nice line oi iruiiM ..u a. m. Peake & co a fr nice Btvlish suits at cost at vn a irnnrl. warranted $2 shoe call on A. M. reaKe Barrrains in ladies' and gents' un At Cost to Close. A few nice sulumcr 8Uits at j. r. Tucker's. White dre, goods. Swiss .and .Ham- burff embroideries now ollerea at re- duced prices. ... . The popular is noe . .A. fl .I...m'm Sim icaus. hnm nnSHELS OATS WANTED! inquire of G. E. Davis & Son, Bax- ter springs. Nothing better, if as good, as the popular shoe for f 2 at J. K. 1 ucKcr s. t.-m mnRir of new tinwarcjost arrived at Cooper & Hodgkins . t rj Knra tlia best women's shoe ever sold in the state for the price ; the Kct ttitnr and most durable and every pair warranted, at Cooper's.- Milk Shake. Lemonade aud Soda Water at Brewster's. Our 2.00 shoe still haa tho lead. Every pair warranted. d. Jl. lOUI'KU. ,500 stvlcsof suspender at very low I prices. J.ii. Cooper. tS&S The spring litfs been thoroughly clcaued this week. The. Weir Citv Tribune runi largely to base ball newa nowadays. The livcrr stables and hackmen did a very lucrative business last Friday. - Several small showers Monday mornlnc. Hardly worthy of notice, however. Th filar Pnui-ier did not contain t word regarding tho Mays embezzle ment case last weeK. TAk..rfWiivnrth klnrllv rpmpm- Raturdav to the (extent of K75 on uacK suusenpuon. avv. a vu When olipplnz items from the News, Tlrn. Xoville. be particular to eive nronor credit. We're skittish on that point. J.' M. Carpenter of Columbus was hn siiofPRsiiii nuidcr lor mo mrice A I I dining ball on the grounds during the reuniou. T?iv. TT. W. Marsh all of Galena will preach at the Presbyterian church to- morrow at ll a. in. aii are coruiauy invited to attend. T?av. Alexander McKillUD of Weir Citv and former naBtor there, will con- duct i ho services at me 01. cnurca - . . . w -r- i next Sunday, morning and evening. Tho AilvocMte contained a very in tereKling story last week, in fact it was no interesting that it will be repro duced for several weeks. Its title is I "The Delinquent Tax List." Mr V P Milos of Xeotiho lownshiD has accepted the deputy treasurership Willi Air. earner, me incoming county treasurer. Mr. Miles is thoroughly qualified for Hie duties. 1 Died. At her home in Columbus Friday, August 1, 1890, Mrs. Mary Beers, wite ot Air. jvren lieers, ageci o vpri s. The cieceasca nan ucen & sui ferer for tho past three mouths. f!. B. Putcrbauuh and his family have returned lo Baxter Springs. He has accepted a position witn J. d. us hnm wliere he will he Pleased to see all former friends and customers. Tim Advocato savs the original nar-kacre men in Columbus arc not do liter u iiidm(!o uusi ness. mat can F . t rt'i a. hn urnnuntca lor ii-oni mo iaci inai m . t . C - .At a. thev are doinsf a whisky and beer business. .Tnlm Knnvpr. an Indian, was arrest Lri inat Friilnv in this citv on a drunk and disorderly charge. ' On a proper consideration of tho matter Judge jd after j in in an a day Mi. Jnlin Mann of Columbus had the misfortune of having his barn aud three head or Horses aesiroyca oy nre last Saturday nisrht. Two of the hoi-sea were very valuable. A sum contributions to purchase another I . . r . -r team as a present to jur. ann. Rtnr Poiii'Ier: Barrintr dust and heat, we had a very pleasant trip to the Devil s Promenade a lew days ago. But the most enjoyable point on te ,s the park and springs at Baxter, where we stopped, both going and rnminsr. to oueiich our thirst and ----: . enjoy the 6hade. Tim pnnntv nomniissiouers at their tnon tinir Mniidav awarded the county milJieliiiiir and rtl'lllllll'T lo IIIB OIUIII- i.na Advocate. AUo Dr. Huffman of rniiiinhiia was awarded the contract ri. mi.,iicnl attendance at tno county nior farm and the jail. The matter of hirinir a new laiuiur ior uiu euuit house was indefinitely postponed. Onr filpnil W. V. Scott met with a mncl anl'inilS Slid nainful accident last Monday t-JF'JZ ne P.ng - ."" " ;f t. L..rrP,l acrainst him. i - - LfiALDn him down and trampled up nn htm bi-oakin? one rib on the left side and bruising his body badly. He is now nearly aolo to oc aooni again. Tho delegates f.-om Baxter Springs lo the republlcsn convention last Sat urday were as follows: First ward C. W. Daniels. J. M. Cooper, Lriau Cole, J. J. Fn' ey, C. S. Mctaaaen, H. R. Crowell. . M. A. Patterson and xv k TntitA? Kncond ward John Ly tie. J.CNaylor, J. G. Polster, Capt. Pri n T. Ki.nnpdv. B. S. Warner. A. J. Lee, Jerry Anderson, Lee Pigg and C D. Meocrve. Cax4 of Tkaaka. We desire to return oor sincere thanks to lb fjauy kind friends who ha A an irillinvlv aiul patiently assist ed us during the illness, death and u.iii nf m.B. Gloved mother Mrs. Ellen Mtnn. v Her Chilpbek. TREY RO AP the best So soap on the market at W. E. Tyner's. Buy flour and feed at Baldwin's. tIia uT.torht iilnr" fruit iar is the boss. Try them at McElhiney's new store. Tlrrnu ATrn OrTEEVSWARE! The lat- at atvlpa and lowest nrlces new stock just received at J. J. Osborn's. Fresh lemons at Tyner's. . RHMMFll FIATS AT COST! TA r. W. AV. Smith is closinjr out the last of her summer millinery ai cosi Hizhest market prices in cash paid bv J. Al. JE.XGLISH Ay UO. New line of men's and boWa bats at J. R. Tucker's. Go to Mrs. W. W. JoneB for cheap hats. Selling at cost to clear out stock. See Tucker's new line of men's and boy's bats before buying. L. C. Goodner will pay the highest mai-L-Pt nrice for butcher's stock. In quire at Drovers and Farmers bank. Buy your queensware at Baldwin's. The place to buy bay forks, machine oil aud the celebrated easy running and durable McCormick mower is at J. J. FribleyV T TV MT.IIilnev Invites the imbl'ic tn .-all mid nee his new stock of cook stoves, hardware and tinware. Buy your groceries at Baldwin's. Fresh lemons at Brewster's grocery; Good fresh butter on ice at J. H. Humphrey's; Tim "Golden Gem" cook stove at McElhinev'a is the best and cheapest n the market. Firo back warranted for five yearn. Buy clothing and notions at Bald- win's. fi. d. Orecff can 6 u ui)l v the trade with machine oils of the best quality ; also a complete stock of drugs, medi cines, white lead and linseed oil, mix ed paints, glass and putty, druggists' sundries, etc., all at lair prices, .every thing guaranteed. Prescriptions made a specialty, Fine glass coal oil cans for 35c each at w. E. TYNER'S. Fine rye bread at Ohlen's. Tucker still leads them all with the popular $2 6hoe. VINEGAR! VINEGAR! Tf vnn want the finest white or claret or pure cider vinegar call at Brewster uros. cash ukoueki. Ice Cream aud Milk Shake at Oh len's every day. Good package coffee 2Sc a ibs. for 53o at Tyner's. lb. or 2 A new supply of teas at Cooper & nodgkius'. r.n tn nhtpn'a restaurant and get a dibh or quart of delicious ice cream. tw xroVaata Bakiiis Towdor at J. r n,.nn otnr'a f!si Grocery and tret a chance to draw a fine diamond ring. Milk shake every day at Ohlen's. TTTTYES 1 HIDES! HIDES ! ffiovftiip hulen to J. A. Sour. He will pay you the highest market price. Call at Brewster's grocery and get a noimil of the Japanese Basket lea, and a handaomo Japanese segment basket. . Best gasoline aud coal oil at McEl- hiney s. tttt TJFnv.IVED a fine lino of canned fruits, fancy crackers, pre nvti'.nta fatipv anniiR. etf! at seiivg. ti "i j x ' liltKivoi an o uwutiu a . vinn leiiv itImsscs as cheap as the cheapest at W. E. Tyner's. TV rrm Pa-oVKItS ! AV. wm " Va will meet mnv prices maue on roods in our line in this city or in any ..a . of the net n boring iowub. J. J. unoBN, auo virotui. n a X'nTF.S! I BANDIES ! Wa rnrrv a full Stock of W. A. Mount & Co's. beet candies. J.J. USBORN. Dried beef at Brewster Bros. The celebrated Selz shoe at Cooper's t.aa nn onualin stvle and price. Try i hm and von will buv no other. Every pair warranted. We have a full stock of queensware m k cheap. d.d. usbok r?APTTijS CITY -BAKERY. Fresh bread, cakes, pies, etc- every rliv. Lunch, cigars, tobacco, nuts and fruits in scasou. NUMBER 25. Ulim'ABIl TUfid. at her homa in this citv Wednesday, August 6, 1890, after a lingering illness, jars. xaeii juami) aged o4 years, o inoutua ana a aayiv Funeral services were held at the res idence of deceased Thursday after noon, conducted by Mr. E. O. Noble, and the remains interred iu the city cemetery, being followed to the grave by a large number of mourning rela tives aud friends. Mrs. Mann was born in Cbilllcoihe, Ohio, Nov. 23, 1835, and came to Bax ter Springs with her busbaud and the early pioneers in 18GG. Her busban l died here in 1871 leaving her with a family of five eons and a daughter, five of whom still live. She was a moat hforlilv resrjected christian wom an aud kft an estate valued at several thousand dollars, of which her sons Jacob and William have been ap pointed the exocntors. Dnr friend Samuel H. Smith came near getting the nomination for coun ty attorney in the alliance convention Tuesday. The contest had narrowed down to a square-toea ngnt oeiweeu . . . r . a t 1.1. turn and W. J. JVioore wun me jauer absent from the hall. Smith had made a nice little winning speech and was getting there with rapid strides, having almost closed his hauds over the nomination wheu Moore appeared in the background, secured the atten tion of the chairman and balloting stopped. He had not made his little speech, but was loaded and primed and had only to be invited. With a pitiful face aud pathet'c style he told a pretty little 6tory about his peculiar aversion for county office in the past and also abont a Very sick brother in Ohio whom he is shortly going to see. ... . al-. a The alliance delegates joosca a&kauce. Also Mr. Smith. Mr. Moore's pathetic argument had weight there and upon some fellow's motion the partly taken ballot was stricken out and a new deal begun. This time the sheep flocked closely about the bell weather and when tho count was made it was found that Mr. Moore had pocketed the nomiuation by a largo majority. Had Mr. Moore been present before and made his speech along with tho other candidates Mr. Smith would un doubtedly have received the nomina tion. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Tarrenftfi Connor has accepted a clerical position with a Joplin firm. R. M. Cheshire of Columbus was . . a. 1 WT 1 n this city Monaay ana xuesuay un business. Ji. F. Brown writes that he will be borne from Ingalls, Oklahoma, iu a day or two. Frank Congdon, getting a two davs vacation from bis work at the wind ftnrine factory. left Thursday for Cherryvale to visit his family. A Card of Thanks. T ilaatre to return thanks to those who no liberally donated toward the expoie of our 1st of August celebra tion, especially to the editor of the News for the advertising in his paper and Col. Wm. March for the use of bis grove. Every business mau in tne citv contributed toward the celebra tion with the exception of three. The . . . .. ,i celebration was a grana succeen uu accommodations on the grounds were equal to the emergency. All kinds of business were represented evni w iu original packages. I also desire to thank the citizens for their good be- lavlor, tnero not oeing an ariesi mauc on tho ground. Again thanking tne citizens, I am truly yours, OT . A. AL'AJUS. A GllAKD SCHEME. Webster's Unabridged Dictionary and Encycloptedia given an ay at Cooper'8. Call and get a card and procure one or tnese vaiuaoie oooks. NEW TAILOR SHOP. T hav nnened a tailor shop in the Daniels building, over Brewster's gro cery store, ana am prepareu w uu kinds of work in my liue. Give roe a trial. Workmanship guaranteed nrsi class. Merker, tih Tailor. Lunch or meals at Ohlen's. Come and see our new stock of fan cy candies. llREWSTER liKOS. Uiiuvmi- We will have fresh vegetables lrom now on at bottom prices. Brewster uuos. uash unwim. Special bargains In Smyrna rngs at Harvey's Fui.it wre More, A beautiful piece of music given away with every dollar's worth of goods at Brewster Bros Cash Grocery. TRY BREWSTER BROS. CASn GROCERY FOR FIRST CLASS GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. The popular $2 shoo at J. R. Tuck er Is still the favorite against all oJ3i t'- f 'j !