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BAXTER SPRINGS NEWS.
M. H. GARDNER, Editor and Publisher Entered at the post-office at Baxter Spring Italian, a eeoonu oia ruuiier. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1890. The milk bill 1250,000 daily. of LonJou exceeds Topoka raised $11.20 to help send Marshall's band of that ity to the Boston reunion. The sum required was 2,SU0. Farmer Funston was nominated by acclamation for congress from the second district at Kausas City, Kan., last Tuesday. A Portsmoth (O.) man has a well developed apple growing on an ordi nary grape vine, the result of skillful grafting. Several men have lately fallen from the domo of the state capitol and the Topeka Journal wants an indignation meeting held protesting agaiunt such proceedings. Chicago ha btowed away in her common jail a young man who hns live wives. J lis exploits among the gentle sex siiirgeet that he was out at ter the worUV fair. The total number of deaths by wind Morms and lightning since January lust U est i in a led at 1,100, as compared with only KKJ death from the same cause during flic whole of 1SS9. Hon. 15. F. Clover, a farmer of Cow ley county and president of the far mers' all iar.uo of Kansas, was nomi nated at Chcrryvalo Wednesday for congress to represent this district. More postal cards were shipped from the factories of "Al" Daggett at Shel tou, Conn., in the nioath of June than auy other similar period. There were over one hundred and eighty tous, making 00,000,000 cards. The de mand is about one million a dav. Colonel James Ii. llallowcll was nominated for congress last Friday meriting at Dodge City to represent the seventh district, and as the district is largely republican his election is al most a foregone conclusion. Col. Hal lowell resided in Baxter Springs from 18C9 to 1870. nEPCBLlCAN COUNT! CONVENTION The republicans of Cherokee county mffl In delecato convention at Colum bus last Saturday pursuant to call of the central committee. V. K. Cowley, chairman, called tho meeting to order in a strong speech endorsing tho work of the present au ministration and especially Juuics G lilaine. C. W. Daniels of this city was cho sen temporary chairman. Un bring introduced by Mr. Cowley, ho made a short address in which ho alluded to the republican party as tho stand-bv In times of danuer, and invited tho wandering into the fold. T. G. llohison was elected temporary secretary and L. C. Wchlv assistant 11. V. McGreiror, J. II. Hamilton, 1) S. Freeman, Gordon Boughtou and A. Laudcrhack were appointed a commit tee on credentials. J. T. Stewart, W. It. Cowley, J. M. Cooper, II. A. Bender, Geo. S. Uich ardoii, II. C. Bradshaw and I). W. King were chosen as the committee on resolutions. tY. 8. Tuttlc, Had Felers, J. It. Crowe, James Hanna and Major Mitchell were made tho committee on )cnnancnl orguiil.ation. D. Mitchell, JI. II. Hubbard, L. M. dickering. I. W. Kent and G. W. Walker were appointed n committee on order of business mid the conven tion uiljourned to 1 :3(J p. in. On reassembling alter dinner the colored people of the county presented to the convention a communication in which t 1mm- iiskcd the reptihlicHiis to give them a place on tho ticket in the person of J. E. Briekous of Baxter. Tho committee on credentials re ported 193 delegates entitled to seats in tlic convention. Committee on permanent nrganiza lion rcporied C. U. Daniels for chair man, T. G. liohitison for secretary and L. C. Weldy for assistant secretary, whieii report was nilojited. 1 he report of committee on re?olu lions was read by D. W. King amid much enthusiasm. Nominations tor district clerk being ii order V. ft. Tutllo of Baxter bitnngs, F. L. Ilarrnon of Neosho township, J. E. Brickous of Baxter Springs, X. B. Chatcllo of Galena: T. C. Blair of Sheridan township and J. farmers alliance county con- feelings in the ranks. The ticket vention. nominated is said to lack considerable The first convention of the farmers' of being entirely Batlsfactory lo the alliance ever hold in Cherokee county alliance generally. for the nomination of a county ticket convention' notes. met in Columbus luesday last. J lie A notable feature was the oresence 1 1 11 I . . . BHBomujy was caueu to oritur ui u nf ,n ad inn wmkinrr for ttic r favor . i. i . ii.. . ti a if I -u I a octock uy j resioeiii iu. n. iuwmiuiu- i itcs. er, wno mane u fcriori introuuciory speech, John Stauffer of Crawford township was chosen temporary chairman, Ed Wallace temiwrary "secretary and James Elliott assistant secretary. Committees on credentials, perm a nent organization, order of business and resolutions wero then appointed, alter which the convention took an adjournment to 1 p. in. Uu re-assembling me comtumec on permanent organization reported as Graham Ilornor. according to the base ball phrase, never reached first base. A dclcgato made a great speech toll- inr what a wonderful in a wills candi date was and sat down forgetting to tell Jils name. Tho newspaper reporters were pro-1 vhleu with comlortablc chairs aud tables. When the name of A. H. Skid more was used in connection with the office THIS PAPER IS ON FILE IN Chicago New York AT THE OFFICi'S OF A. H. KELLOSa KEWSFAFEn CO PHYS1CIAMS. "T)Tt. a. j. Mccij:llan. OIIYSICIAN AM) SUUlil.ox. oill linn k . reniili'iicv twj blocks vv-l o' ami llaxu 1 follows: M. A. Housholder chairman, 0r count v utlorney it was greeted with J. M. Cunningham secretary, J. 11. gtilalued hisses. Elliott assistant secretary. The committee on credentials report d 5(5 organizations represented and 211 delegates present. The csmmittee on resolutions lire- sculed a lengthv report of which the following is a synopsis: Wiieueas, We, the people ol I hero- kce county, Kansas, regardless of our former political ulllliatious, in conveu lion assembled at Columbus, Augut o, 1N1U, believe that tho power, safely aud ireedom of tho people lie in the jower they hold in their hands, there- tori', he it Resolved, 1 hat all our demands be bused upon tho quotalioii, "equal rights to all aud special favors lo none;" that we will not vote from It is said Miss Weidmaii is a crip ple, blie didn't run much like one. Bro. Dana of the Galena Times was elected a congressional ciciegaic, ami then he was uueiected. DR. E. A. McIA DDEX, PHYSICIAN AND eiUGY.u , U again reudv In urm'lire mcdiclm ulli-f iviiii.i-rul- nig Ills lu-alth. Olkiuu ut relili-nce comer of i-otiliounil Lincoln Htm-H. . ATTORNEY AT LAW. Samuel II. Smith, At tornej -at-La w, Baxter Springs, Kan. Notary Piililic. C. (i. JlOUNOli, ATTOKNEY AT LAW uikI U. f. l ommli eloiier. Oillee In Drown uml Farmer.' lluii k hull line. W. II. IIOUNOR, TTORXKY AT LAW. Olllcc In Drover uml Farmers Rank. A Tho farmers alliance of Montgom cry county arc trying to mantain i boycott against the Independence Tri bune. The Tribune says it has the largest and most substantial subscrip tiou list now that it has ever had and has only lost two subscribers since the light was begun on them. The execution of William Kemmlcr iu Auburn, X. Y., Wednesday, by electricity, was simply horrible. In stead of life being extinct at the first shock from the battery tho current was turned on three different times before tho victim was pronounced dead. It is thought this will be the last execution performed iu this manner. Fourteen mouths after the Johnston flood, the local paper prints what is claimed to be a correct list of the dead. The total number is given at 2,187, which, if correct, leaves over 200 bodies not jet recovered. Tho list varies considerably from Secretary Kramer's report, and names arc given of thirty-four persons that were lost from the day express. BOARD OF INDICATION. August 4, 1890. Board met in regular session with J. W. Smith, G. W. Koonta and M. II. Gardner present. J. W. Morrison absent. Mr. Smith presided. Minutes of meeting held July 7 wad ana approvea. A statement of the county treasurer showing the amount or funds drawn from. the conutv treasury from June 3 1SS9, to June 30, 1890, to be 2,G33. 97dn.lnrt fund, 19.j.6S bond fund and $ol3.2o Mate fund a total of fl 482.99-was read aud filed. A petition signed by 49 prominent coiorea people asking that E. M Wood and Mrs. I. C. Morton be tbosea to leach the colored depart ments the coming year was read and on motion granted, the persons named beiug subject to special examination to be held Monday, Aug. 1L C S. Cowman was instructed to take tli); annual enumeration of per sons oC school age in the district. It was decided that the fall term of school skull begin on Monday, Oct. 6. On motion, the salary of teacher In the grammar department waa fixed at ?i5 per month, other departments ex cept superintendent remaining the came as list year. On motion the board adjourned to c;:cl Moudsy, Aug. 11, at t o'clock. S. Gillespie of Lyon were placed in nomination. Mr. Chatcllo was nomi nated on the soeond ballot. W. R. Cowlev was nominated for county attorney by acclamation, and being called before the convention re spoiided in an appropriate and well worded address. By motion of L. M. Pickering the following resolution was passed : "Re soiveu, that we demand or congress the Immediate passago of tho Wilson bill." G. W. Walker of Weir City was nominated for county superintendent by acclamation. Jesse Faulkner was nominated for probate judge by acclamation. County Commissioner McGregor staled that th office of county survey or would bo vacant at tiie end of the year by reason of the failure of the elected officer to qualify and Geo. T. Mackieof Scammouvillc was nomina ted by acclamation for that office. R. II. Talbot, Andrew Shearer and C. W. Daniels wero placed In nomina tion for representative from this dis trict aud Mr. Shearer nominated on the first ballot. W. II. Vincent was nominated for representative from the 27th district. The following were elected delegates to the republican state convention to be held at Topeka, Sept. 3 : L. M. Rick ermg, J. P. Scoles, J. E. Brickous. J C. Atkinson, W. S. Norton, W. R Cowley, C. W. Daniels and Frank Hartley. The following were elected delegates 4 . 1. J H"l . J . . .... iu me juuiciai convention or me mil district, to be held at Parsons, Sept 10:.Tohn Hare, David Mitchell, II. M r urness, H.lU'elers, Ueo.Burton.Wm Cooler, W. II. Sproul, A. Emmons. J S. Gillespie. G. W. Walker. J. S. Mo Fadden. Jas. Dennis and Andv Lau derback. The following wero elected dele gates to the 3d district congressional convention, to be held at Columbus, Sept. 9: Geo. 8. Richardson, D. W. King, L.C. Weldy, W. H.Timbcrlake, Wm. Lees, J. T. Stewart, Darius Pat terson, J. T. Veatch, J. 8. Price aud w. v. urown The nomination of commissioner of tho 1st district was postponed till Sept. 17. when the delegates are to meet at weir city and nominate. at the Comity I'apor nre Saying. liulutm Uojiiiblinun. Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Shriucr, a girl, Friday morning at 1 o clock. The citv N realizing two hundred dollars per month from the original package houses. It looks as though the Missouri Pa cific would be running into Galena wiihln the next GU days. How about that smelter. The inachiiierv for the Wilson llutton crusher at Stanley is being placed in position. 1 lie engine and boiler are immense. Xo. Marin, vou have been misin formed. There are no street curs, wa ter works or electric lights iu the new mining city, Peoria. Timclv not ico is hereby given that Galena will celebrate on July 4, 1891, M'lghboriiig towns will please paste this in their hats and keep oft the party affiliations hut work aud vote Irom principle; that wo demand the abrogation of all laws that do not bear cutially upon capital and labor; thai we demand that cougres make ju-d and equitable pension laws and that all pledges made to the soldier by the government bo complied with as fully as in tho case of tho bondholder; that we, the people, cut loose from our cor rupt political moorings and launch out iinmi tlin Ill-mill crn nf lii'nl luM'li lniw demanding that honesty and compe- hrac' tency be the essential qualification of W. O. Tarkc has about completed a candidate and his loyultv to a cor- arrangements for the erection of un rupt political ring be ignored ; that we addition to his hotel, which will make do not favor the re-election of J. J. itoneoi the nest ami most commodi Ingalls to the U. S. senate nor do we ousin this section. fuvor tho re-election of B. W. Perkins GnU-no Times, to congress, nor tho election ofuny The Gulf and Frisco roads, together other candidate nominated by the old arc shipping about 300 cars of gravel party conventions where the only per week. qualifications are loyalty to party, be- lloMtm &- Co. on the Galena land lieving that such conventions are took out a chunk of .i,.c Wednesday tti i ii i ii I n toil a till iiiii lit u ititx ii j I I'nt. .... ,"""7,"'7u ""1 '""" "" y mat weighed over wu ids. Thev arc ii-u iiucu ijuiiuiai uucm:8 nun in i: i i i ,. .! ,.,, ,,f nn working in the interests of monopoly ; e ,,., ....T..,.. & mUon ftI1(1 tll0 R. Stockholders' Meeting. Notice l lit ri'liv riven to l!w xturUinlilim ut tin- (juli-mi, Ontlirii' & WiMit-rn liuiMvny Com lumv Unit ii nn i l mil ui' th- il.n-Uiol ivrt of m nil niiiip -ny wifl In- lu-Mi-.t tin- ('iiii'iiuy ' iilW In tin-city ol' lliixli r SrliirH, Kuiimi, iimn On I.Slll iluV of AllKII-l. IS!?). Ut 'I'rlni'k l. in. Tor tile ininini' ol i li rtii.L' t lie Ilnanl of lliUi loo of suul coiii)uny for the i-iiMihi;; yenr. v. -i . .Ml IIUI..X. DiitedJuly 10th. 1S0O. St-i-.ivlry . CITY MEAT HAHKETI J.M. English & Co. FRESH AND SALT 3iEATS ol nil Kinds iJniit-iiiiil'o' on liuml . Poultiy, Fish Their anil Gnnic Season. in Where Traveling- It not Strictly Pleuant. Travelers on the Eastern Bengal Railway have placed before their eyes on entering me stations or the road a placard containing the following cheer- tui iniormation : 'rassengers are here by cautioned against takinsr anvthintr lo eat or drink from unknown person", as mere are manv wno live bv do son- ing travelers. They firkt of all court acquaiiiUnco with passencera in a sarai or some other Dlace. and then gain their confidence on the plea of be iug fellow travelers going to the tame place. When thev reach a place convenient for the purpose, tbey poison the water or food of the passen gers, who become inseusi tben they decamp with all J hey also at times TKT WATEB SOAP. ble, and their property poison the passengers' water when be ing drawn out of wells, or sweetmeats brought from the bazar, or foodwhilo being cooked." that we favor an amendment to the constitution of the United States pro viding for the election of president and U. S. senators by a popular vole of the peoplo; that we will withdraw our patronage from all papers that at tempt to intuse their poison into our ranks; that the laborer is worthy of his hire and that we the laborers will march up iu solid phalanx on election dav and cast our ballots as a unit for home, family and native land ; that the agitation for resubmission of the pro bibitorv amendment is an effort of our enemies to divide our vote bv sowing discord iu our ranks and we demand that l he liquor question in tho state of Kausas be let alone lor the present. J. he above report was adopted amid great enthusiasm. Iwelve delegates to tho state con vention and 12 delegates to the con gressional convention were then elected. Nominations for the various countv oflices then bcinz iu order J. W. Chubb, C. W. Willey and Samuel Binus were placed in nomination for representative from the 27th district. Mr. Chubb received the nomination on first ballot amid much enthusiasm. For representative from tho 2filh district 11. D. Ellis and John T. Jones were put in nomination and tho latter received the houor after a short strug gle. For probate judge A. J. Cunning ham, John St aufi'er, James Bawling, Paul Powers aud Henry Mitchell were nominated as candidates. On the third ballot Mr. Stauffer was nom inated. For district clerk L. A. Itorick, Ira D. Kellogff, P, M. Humphrey, S. L. Hulbert, C. JL Bernard, James Mas ters and E. S. Smith wore placed in nomination. Mr. Bernard received the nomination on the lill.'i ballot. For county superintendent Miss Anna Weidiuan, Henry Harvey, Hel en short, JNelsou Jlandall, Emerson Hull, Benj. Long and W. A. McKee were placed in the field. After three ballots Miss Wei dm a ii was declared to be the choice of the convention. For county attorney Joe P. Perkins, W.J.Moore, C. G. Ilornor, Samuel II. Smith and 11. M. Cheshire were put in nomination. After a sharp and interesting contest Mr. Moore was nominated on the third ballot. Joseph Wallace was nominated for surveyor bv acclamation. F. A. Jackson of Shawnee township was nominated for commissioner for the 1st district. The convention was probably the on zest and most unwieldy one of the kind ever held iu the county, on ac count, perhaps, of the unusually large number or delegate present. The convention began at 11 a: m. and with only an hour for dinner had not com pleted Its work at 7 p. m. Its work ings were characterized by coufusioo ami several more vr less bitter con tests took placo which, carded seme ill Louis Mining Company complete their crusher now being built, Galena will have 16 crunhersin operation. A humane society for the preven tion of crucltv to animals has just been organized in Galena. Their first act was to request that clothes lines be hung several feet higher. Galena produced more lead last week thai) all the other camps in the district together except Joplin; and over 30 tous more than the Joplin dis trict. This id I he leading lead mining camp in the southwest. Tho Galena Normal Institute will open in the new school building Mon day Aug. 11, 1S90. Prof. W. J. Hull is conductor. Arthur Maroney will teach the class in elocution. Tuition is 1.00 for tho term. When Baby was tick, we gave her Caitorla, When ahe waa a Child, she cried tor CastorlA, When Bhe became Min, ate clung to Castoria. When th bad Children, abe cave tbem Castono, Nobody to Illaine. "Did tho coroner render a verdict on the horse liner thev lynched?" "Yes. He said the man died of heart failure indue- THY WATER OL'EEN SOAI'. ed by a broken neck." Puck. Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. The best- salve iu the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chan- ped Hands.Chilblains .Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give periect satisfaction, or mouev refunded. Price 25 cents per box at all Drug Stores. Deafness Can't be Cured by local application, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one wav to cure deaf ness, aud that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused bv an inflamed condition of the mucus lin ing of tho Eustachian Tube. When this IniKi gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound of au imperfect bear ing and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this lube restored lo its normal coiidiiiou, hearing will bo destroyed forever; ii I lie cases out of ten are caused bv catarrh, which is nothing but an hi- named condition or the mucus sur faces. We will give One II and red Dollars for auy case of Deafness, (caused, by aaiarrh) thai we cannot cure by tsk- ug Had Catarrh Cure. Send' tor circulars free. F. JiCjiimyACo Toledo, Cash Paid fu: Hwes and Pf.i.ts. MEMPHIS ROUTE. Kansas City, Ft. Scott &. Memphis Railroad, Offer yon tho most ilouuiit ami dueirablc route to Kansas City and till point.- uist, north uml wert; to Meii)hiiiuid all points Aouth. At Kansas Ciiy com. icU-ma are made at Un ion Depot who till tti roll ui; trains for Chicago. St. LuuH ninl the :ih!; tSt. J'aul, IMivt r, San Francisco, Toi-tlanM uiH then-ret unil north- wi-st. Vm this line, wain- train with Free Ri- dining Chair Cur nnil Pullman iludVt SlrijiiiiK' Car runs through lo Mwi'V.lo, Ti-iin. Thri.tigli KcclinhiK Chuir t ar (iu-nt l.oi) Kan-mo City t" ltirmin;;haiii; thrMi-,'h e.:M:h K annus C'ly to ISristuI, via Chaii iii -npa unil Kuoxvlllcj 1'ull- man Itufli-t bl-jiintr Car, Kauris City to Ni-n Orli-ans. Them i iu other iMrcct route from the west lo JitcUatuivlllo, I'enearolu, Nashville, Chattanooga nml nil ni,nilu riiculi-s. This route, via Hoxie, is over otic hnmln-il miles the Rhortisi to Mali- Kovk nml Hot Springs; the short nml cheap r'ii to Fayette ville, llenlonvillr, tiin Uii Springs, Fort Smith ami all liuiiitn In Arkuns'i. Write icr large limp ai:il time tables, shewing through connectiiiiiH. lti-l'orc purchasing your ticket call upon a ticket ugei-t of this eoninnny or write to the nn- UcrHlgncd lor rntes. .special rates uml arrange ments lor parties uml th. ir tn-jvuliles going south lo locate. Send Tor a copy ot Ihe Mi." iourl ami Kansas Farmer, giving lull Ir.forni-.ition relative to the cheap lands of socthwi l M is-ouri. .Mailetl free. J. E. LOCKWOOD, Gen'l l'u-is. & Ticket Agt., Kansas City, Mo. fmirsconmai rwitMr - X .1 . f ' One nftlie I DITTr- -,m. I II I i b i 't.'ld. Our nrl!ii-are miriviii-il, ami ti. iuirmlucvour t4i- r-M f hU ti u win tvinlrkKie ii. .in.; i r.r. .! In rh locilliy, ftal-iv-. unl.rthoMwhowrtt t3U4tt oiu imb malct fur uf 1h-'UMt!' All you hnvi-lod-iin FTVTK .3ti Uli iinm' I" "i'w unr ajuMia to V linrri If-Tr n.l ih.-r tfn4 yry. The b- IIL.tt. OS .h.. ilm .mill mil of tk-lrl. loop. Ti following rrt Ilic air.Art,uce vf II naliutd lo Ikhr tb (IftS-m rt ofiul u'U. Ii ! craiid.doabltliiaM cope.M lnnia I -af to . m. We mi.t thvw you how yon rt !nikr front lo.VI'-liir l fmailhMrl.leh-ouii-rii-ii.t. II. n-r wri:- on.--. IVtjr;irr,i-wrnria, aadri-M. li.UALLKTT CO., llox 1'uaTLAiiu. Mui. J. P. HARTLEY, Practical Auctioneer City ron rut of Baxter Sjriiis,sT'?a fciraurt Clirokee County. Leave order at the News office. li the olden er.i nwt pnpnlur aelentlfle and , meehnnlcal pntxjr published and baa Ihe larveet elroulailon of Anyponer of IK clam In the world. Full? lllnitraicKk Bunt elau of Wood Knrm Inn. Publulied weekly. Bend for pcclmea eonr. Priee 3 a year. Four mnrrlha' trial, IL UtiiX k COn PVliusnEBa, aa Broadway. M.T. IRCHITECTT& BUILDERQ fi Edition of Scientific American. O A irreat ncetum. FAeh leirae eootalna colored lllhuarraphle platea of country and elty realdeo ' eee or public bulldlnn. Knmeroni enaraTlnire and fun plane and ipeelflrationa for the aae of fncbatenntemplate building. Priee tUO a year. K eta. a copy. MUNMACO., Pcblibhim. 40 yr' ezperleneei and hT oad erer liCOUD appltokilona for Amorloan and For it n natcuita. fiend for Handbook. Coffee eoodanoe etrleUy eoeadeatlaL TRADE MARKS. TneaaeToartnarklf not recictered la Ue Pa. am orim, apply to Mr" Co. and proeve .. i tameaute proieoUoa. bead far Manrthooa. OOFTatlfJIITS for bnoka. aharta. Mo. qvleaiy procarea. Aaureae KCXX 6e CO rateat Bellcltera. CnnoLai. Omni el BBOajrwAT.X. T.