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. . .'I VOLUME IX BAXTISIi SPMNKS, CHEROKEE KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 13, 1890. NUMBER 30. wmws L Y MXTER SPRINGS NEWS. purrr.isiiEn every Saturday HV M. K. UAUDXKK. fiaf-ex of SiiliHcripfitw. Om-ivtiy,'ir jri'iir SI 0 One eopy, mx month 1" ! r.oiy, inrw monvh Ri AH Miliar linrtons pavnble in a Iruno Mini all aotpuld in tinviinnc wi.l be charped lor at the rie of tl.:;tt per year. Subscribers will ranter a luvoruy rvimning to as promptly uny uiiiure to reei-ive the Nsws. AM kinds or JOB PHXTINU csrenilly and ironilly att.-wderi to. Call unit see sjieclmem. . It AI LUOADTIM e table. KunsssOt.v, Fort 8ooti A Memphis Railroad. Noiint llofND. Arrl. J Dfpwrt. Mull Miid passenger... 1 10.Ua. m. I M.lHa. ra I'Hsn-iiper 1 a. . 1 13 Joa.-m. Local tVciRiu I a oo p. n. t.oop.m. SOCTH llOUKD. ... .lull and tuiMxiirer.. I 4.46 1. m. I . II. m. VseeenaW J IS in a. tn, 119 1ft a. m. IwilI irufL-ht I 0 IS a. m. I S.lfta m. Mull ami passenger trains run dally: freight dully except Sunday. Mail close at post-oOloe 20 minutes before train lime. Itnxtor and Chetopa Mall and Huck Line. trnmriu-. Thnmilav and Saturday. Leaves nnx- .i-r 1 n. m.i KrelTille 8.30T Melrose ; arrives at Chetopa alSo'clocapm. The school house U being" treated to a new root'. Tho Baxter Font Unite Book Store will save you money on school sup plied ol all kind. Go and see lliem. Tho G. A. Ii. boy a of Galena give a ball en the 15th for the purpose uf buy ing rations for tlio pott during the coining reunion. The small boy who id too weak to bring tip a w'usli tub from the cellar lor his mot her. can easily knock a hall Into the middlo of next week and make a homo run on It. The Coimiie il ftttit rlub will meet wiih Mist Gertrude Noble Monday evening, Sept. 15th. ' All the young people are cordially invited to attend as we anticipate a jolly time. Tho circus, ad utuul, brought a food sized rain. This i an almost certaiti coincidence und we often wonder why A nice line of trunks aud valises at A. AI. Peake & CoV A few nice "stylist) suits at cost at J. II. TuckorV for a few days. For a good, warranted $2 shoe call on A. M. Peake & Co. The popular $2 still leads. shoe at Tucker's Boy Seneca flour at Baldwin's. WE .MAY NOT HAVE AS BIG A HOUSE AS SOME OF OUK COMPETITORS. BUT WE BUY GOODS ALL THE TIME AND KEEP ' THEM". MOVING. OUR MOTTO IS "QUICK 'SALES AND SMALL PROFITS JIND A FRESH LINK OF GOODS ARRIVING ALL THE TIME." GIVE US A TRIAL AND CONVINCE YOURSELF. A. M. PEAKE & CO. and Nothincr better, if.. as rood, as the the ctrciw .loo, not travel through our popular shoe for 2 a( J. R. Tucker's, sia:e tturing me ciroutny season. BAXTER j No. 71 A. F. A . M., Neosho street Mews the first and third Moii diivtrvenlnas of eaeti month ut 7:lfi). Vlsliing brethren taller nalle Invited. IRA U. I'riixtss, W. M. S. H. twrif. fieo. CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. "Go to the Post Office Book Storo for i-liool books and tuhool supplies at bottom prices. ' PURE FRESH CANDIES. Ve would like to inform the public that our caudies are all fresh, pure .goods, aud the very best we can buy. Having tried ail the different factories in Chicago, St. Louis aud Kansas City we find laat Hugglns of Kansas City makes the best, aud we will continue to keep a good line of their candles. Any of our candies that become in the least bit tlale are promptly thrown j out at tho bnuk door, but we are very , thankful, owing to our good trade in thjs line, that we very vcldom have this.toido. Yours resp'y, . j J. H. flpkruksr. i 1. J. Friblev will receive a car load of genuine Gliddeti baling wire next week. "' The Pout Office Book Store has just received tho finest line of cream and fruit candies ever shown in Baxter. Fresh Celery every week from now on throughout the season. J. H. HUMPHREY1. See and sample the elegant line of fine band made confectionery just re ceivedatthc Post Office Bookstore. nEAtiNa Stove Fob Sale by W. E. Ttxer. Watch the bargain counter at J. R. Tucker's. New arrival of fall bats and bonnets at Mrs. W. W. Smith's millinery store. Call and see them. Ladies, we have the agency for But terick's patterns. October Metropolis tan just received. J. M. Cooke. New stock of fresh candies received this week from the factory at J. M. Brewster's grocery. Also a flue line of fancy toilet soap. For the best bargains don't fall to see J. R. Tucker's counter. .Vnvtdntl Donaldson rccei vet! a tele gram (bin week Mating (list Thomas Hughe, the horse thief who stole a horse from Samuel Diuns some time ago. bad been Mint and killed at Van Bureu, Ark., while being arrested. Prenehiug nt the city hall Sunday at 11 a. in. and 1)4 p. in. by Elder John Friend or Went Plains, Mo. Subject for morning, The Happy Man; .night, Lore 0rGod in Creation, Redemption ! and Salvation. All are cordially in vited. . ' Miss Donna Ice, tho child cornet player will fill the position of .bugler for l ho (r. A. It. boys at tho coming reunion, blie has acted very salf-fao- tori I v in that capacity for the Baxter post for some time and is fullv compe tent to fill the position in good style. On next TuewiHV evening the Y. P. S. C. E. of the Presbyterian church Will hold one of their vucials at the home of Mrs. B. S. Warner. A very pleasant time U anticipated and all youttir iH'onle are reoiieHtcd to attend aud bring ten cents worth of some thing to eat. . Let no guilt v man dare attend the circus to-day and spend bin gotid mon ey on red leutouaue, united stick can. dy. peanuts or kindred dissipaters of gloom, who owes this office money on subscription. The "ieiuo," ..VJemo," will make him drunk, the stick candy pizeu him aud his, and tho peanuts cause hair a foot long to grow from the palms of his bauds. . Rev. A. R. Miller, who Tor some tiate has been the pastor of the M. E. church of this city, will preach his farewell sermon next Sunday. All who wish to connect themselves with the church are requested to make preparations for next Sunday as the church may possibly be without a pas- tor for some time. It is with much regret that Mr. Miller leaves his charge here, but circumstances sanc tion this step and he takes with hlra the good will or the entire community. Un last Saturday an exciting game or base ban or roar innings was played on the. Baxter Springs base ball grounds between the home team and Alf. Mudeater'a. Indian nine. The, score stood 14 to 15 in favor of the lat ter, aud the Indians returned home crowned with ail the glories of the old time war parties of their fathers. An Straw hats ut cost. A. M. Pfake & Co. Decorated Queknsware! The lat est styles and lowenl prices new stock just received at J. j. Osboru's. We have the beat line of nienV, women's, inissea' and children's shoes in the west. A. M. Peaks & Co. For bargains In jeaiisTintP, overalla aud jumpers calj at , ' r A. M. Peake is Co s. The ''Light uitig" fruit jar i the boss. Try them at McElhiney's new store. HIDES AND CHICKENS! Highest market price In taahpaid by J. M. Enough & Co. New lino of men's and bpy'a haU at J. R. Tucker's. I m I i I Jeans aud overalls at Baldwin's. Fine jelly glasses a chfip as the cheapest at V. E. Tynef sV See Tucker'M new line ofVen's and boy's liau before buying. ' L. C. Goodlier will uav flie hlirbcst market price for bulcher's stock. In quire at Drovers and Fanners bauk. BOLD BOBS1S THIEVES. On August 2nd, Henry Scott, one of the firm or Scott liros., bought in Co lumbus, Kau., thirteeu bead of horses from Bob and Emmet Dalton, two youug men of fine appearance and of about 22 and 25 years of age, their home and the place where they were raised is near Cofleyville, Kan., and who doubtless receivod their early training from their cousins Cole Younger aud tho Frauk and Jesse James gansr. They had been consid ered honest and upright citizens up to a short time ago, so it was not difficult to satisfy air. Scott that they were all right and he checked them for the horses. They assured him they would have another hord In Baxter Springs to sell him In two or three weeks. Everything went on smoothly for three weeks when a United States marshal iu hunting for stolen horses branded 55 happened at Baxter Springs, and Scott tiros, told them they had bought no such stock, but had bought 13 head of the Daltotis branded EM, J 4, etc. He was shown the stock and recog uisod it as the property of Fred Rog era and Frank Mnscove, belonging thirty miles south of Vinita, I. T. The owners came here the 15th of Sept W. W. and Henry Scott drove them out to tho pasture to see the stock. While on their return to Baxter they met the Dalton boys and an Indian in the suburbs of town with another drove of stolen horses. They drove hastily to town aud notified tho city and two United Stales marshals, who with W. W. and Henry ScotL W. W. aud A. L. Huff, Chas. Fribley and Jim Brewster, all well mounted and armed with shot guns and revolvers, started in hot pursuit to capture the bold aud daring thieves that it would cost blood to arrest The thieves changed their saddle horses for tho best they had in the herd and with revolvers iu band, leaving the herd of horses in town, started at race horse speed for the ter ritory. The pursuing party was ten minutes behind in tho start and the race was eight miles to the nearest timber, southwest, which the thieves made for. The race was an interest ing one over an open prairie and by sight. The thievea reached the timber five minutes before the pursuers. They kept under cover of the woods nntuthey reached Sulphur Springs. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Miss Nettie Doty leaves uext Mon day for Topeka to attend school. Mr. Chat. Daniels went to Topeka last Monday morning via Joplin. Mr. J. A. Dent of Peoria called at this office on Tuesday and left an order for job printing. Miss Bertha Crowell of Kaunas City is visiting at the home ot J. B, Opperman this week. Mrs. C. H. Clark End family, who have been visiting friends and rela tives in onr city, returned to their home in Kansas City this week. - Mrs. 8. A. Brewster, who is visit' ingin the east, is now at Brocton, Mass., and reports a most pleasant time and an enjoyable visit. She will probably return home about the first of October. Mrs. Rowe, a former resident of this place, but who has receutly been engaged in business iu Euraka Springs, Ark., together with her son Ernest, who has been in the emplov of The Newb for the past few weeks, moved their household goods to Eu reka 6prings on lat Monday evening; REUNION POINTERS. The posts that havo reported od to date as intending to attend the Baxter reunion are as lojlows : From Mis souri 27, Kansas 29, and Indian Terri tory 2, making a total of 58 posts, re quiring 178 tents for shelter. The Baxter Springs Manufacturing Co have erected a splendid wind en- giue on a sixty-foot tower and are now plaoing two fifty gallon tauks on the grooud so that plenty of water may bo supplied to any part This Important feature together with the facta that there will be plenty of shade by day and the grounds will be well lighted by night will add much to the pleas ure and comfort of those who attend. The home post is busy placing tho camp ground iu perfect order. There have been sent out through the mails 1590 pieces of mail aaadreu . tising matter, and sv vast amount re- . atlng to the reunion is received every day by the different committees. The present indications point to the arrest gathering of old soldiers at this place ever assembled in southeastern Kansas. . T. B. McEl hi uey invites- the "public to call aud see his iW stock of cook stoves, hardware and tinware. To Ocr CrSTOMEUs : We will meet any prices made on goods in our line ill this city or in any of the neighboring towns. J. J. UsBOHNViue urocor. Boy your groceries at Baldwin's. Fresh lemons at Brewster's grocery. The "Golden Gem" cook 'stove at McElhiney's is the best and cheapest lu the market Fire back warranted for five years. ton fell and lay prostrate on the earth, leavlnsr the thief on foot His brother rods a few rods away to a team owned by James K. Moore, and drawing bis revolver made him give up a young race mare, and yonng Dalton mounted her without saddle or blanket, not even removing the horse collar. The Indian's horse was also failing. The pursuing party was now in sight of the horse trade the thievea made. Henry Scott was 500 yards In advance of the other pursuers, while Klliian, U. S. marshal, W. W. 8cott, Chas. Fribley and James Brewster were a thousand yards in advance of all the remaining part of the pursuers Vho Small nutrias;. No person who has not counted the cost cau possibly have the true concep tion of small pilfering. We mean bv this the taking of a peach or ad apple from a basket sitting in front of a gro cery store for the purpose of display ing the fruit, or perhaps taking from one to a half dozen crackers from a box or barrel. If a ieweler disDlav- ed his gold watches and diamonds in rront of bis store in an open tray, who but a thief would think of touching them, and if he shonld, do you - not think he would take special pains to secure the finest In the tray t Certain ly he would, and yet there is a certain class of boys, some of tbem almost' at sBBBassaaMaBBBBaaSBBBaMaajBsasaBMSBBh I I 1 1 fi . . Milk Shake, Lemonade and Soda K!0? re in the r. tj i , ivuv bccu (.uak tuo icu uitis tave vt aier ai .urrwsier n. t i -in a.iu. t,AM.. HnnrWa nf nrui .nicies almost other game will be played next Satnr- ri .n awav it j. Ti Tnrker'fl. day, Sept zu, between the same clubs iiu uur uuti uups .hi mil usw uio laurels which have been so fairly j suatched from tbem. Water Tucker still leads then! alf with the popular 2 shoo. : VINEGAR I VINEQABI If you want the finest white or claret or pure cider vinegar tall at iiSEWSTER UE08. UABB UROCERT. A Ice Cream and Milk Shaxx at Ob- len's every day. A beautiful piece of music given tee was I hihl f annmnrf attnir arm) ah tw telling on the poor horses save the two cr-cker., fn this wsyT .5 Of c The thieves were checked by a wire fence and as one dismounted to cut the wire Henry rushed upon the In dUn. The Daltons covered him with their revolvers and gave him his choioe of going back or being shot. Henry said be would rather be a coward for 15 minutes than a corps for the balance of bis life, so he re treated to the advance,, which was away with every dollar's worth of 1,000 yards behind the thieves. They aches, course they only take one at a time, but when one takes the finest apple and another the next finest and so on, the grocer routs are soon gone and in a space of time one bor may take as much in value as the thief who steals the watch or the diamond. . Let ns then think of these things, when we are tempt ed to take something not our own,and it may, at some future time, save us no little embarrassment For Sale or Trade A full-blood Jersey bull nearly two years old. Will tske $20 or will tradefor heifer calves. Chas. C. Caruto. Useful household articles for 5 and 10 cents at J. EL Tucker's; worth four times the money. NOTIONS 1 -NOTIONS'! I An endless variety at bedrock prices at J. R. Tucker's. . Mason's fruit jars at cost to close out at W. E. .Ty iter's. Fresh fruits and vegetables at all times at Ty iter's grocery. Best country butterl5 cents a pound at J. J. Osborn's popular grocery. .Every pound warranted, pure and fresh, Tyuer sella the best teas lower than anybody. , Lok at onr boot and shoes before buying. A. M. Peake & Co. If voa need anvtliinsr In the hard ware Hue eall on J.J. Fribley where you get lowest prices and beat goods. Ths most durable $2 shoe at A. M. Peake ft Cos'. . TUs place for bargains is at A. M. Peake stCo's. 121k ttke every day at Oblen'a. Doaa Zm BsnaflL All admirers of musical entertain ments who were absent rrom the one given by Miss Donna Ice last Sat urday night missed a rare musical treat Miss Donna was greeted with a large aud appreciative audience,who frequently gave rent to their appro bation by loud and enthusiastic ap- filause. Mus Donna's "Hen" solo die ted well earned applause as did also the duet with Miss Tucker and her act in the role of an "Orphan News boy." The child soloist in a very amusing and childlike manner brought down the boose by singing the song of the "Bad Man." The songs and musical sketches both vocal aud Instrumental were or the very finest The band and the Baxter Glee Club also delightfully entertained the audience with choice selections. All were well pleased with the enter tainment It was a financial as welt as a pleasing success, masically and reflect, much credit upon Miss Donna and all connected with ths organiza tion and presentation of the entertain ment' M ies Ice is a musical wonder and The News .heartily congratulates her upon her success, hoping in the fu tqre to hear sweet melodies float from ill rilw comet which a as trill , soon have obtained. . goods at Brewster Bros, Cash Grocery. Go to Ohlen's restaurant and get a dish or quart of delicious Ice cream. niDESl HIDES I HIDES! Take your hides to J. A. Sour. He will pay you the highest market price. 1 Dressed on. however, through the tira ber and uuderbrnsh for about six miles until the Neosho River was reached, and the thieves bad cained upon the pursuers, leaving the timber and tak ing through the prairie. Night coming on the chase was given op and the thieves are still at large. On returning to Baxter the I Pall at RrAWBtar'a trraoerv and nt a pound of the Janaueee Bu&t TeaJoffloers took charge of the herd the . . I . a aaat t . . m At a aa inisves if n, consisuoz oi zi neaa oi nice mares and colts and two geld lugs, which were left in charge of W. W. Scott N and a handsome basket Japanese-, lament 1 i.; Best gasoline and coal oil at McEl hiuey's. ' CANDLES! CANDIES t We carry a full stock of W. A Mount & Cb's. best candies. J. OtBOkff. sassaaiSBBBaBaBaasMaaaaaaaBaBaa We have a full stock of duesnsware cheap. J.J.QggoRit. We will have fresh Tegetab!;'s trom now on at bottom prices. . : . HREWSTER BROS. LASH li ROCKET. i i n CAPiTO'8 CITY BAKET.Y. Fresh bread, cakes, pies, eti. every day. Lunch, cigars, tobacco, nuts and fruits in season. ' ! ' TRY BREWSTER BROS,! :Sn GROCERY FOR FIRST ( :AS3 GOODS AT LOWEST PIUCX Lunch or meals at Galea's. f Library Xotaa, One hundred and thirty-seven have visited the Library this month, much interest is manifested and many new names have been added to the list Tuesday and Saturday evenings are I devoted to quiet and reading ; Tburs- day is game night sud all the new games are owned by the association and famished to all who will come in and play, and all are welcome. rsr uroer sect. Far Um Graat Iatar-StaU Fair Of Missouri ani Kansas, at Kansas City, Sept. 22 to 27 Incloilre, the Kan sas City, Fort 8cot1 ts Memphis, and the Kansas City, Clinton & Spring. e!4 R. Itcosapanies will sell round tripticktts lo Kantae cur from all stations on tboae lines la Missouri and sasas at orj fare, tickets rood to re turn caul EurwItT, September 23. fa nonnlsr 15 abas at J. IlTac- er a is still the favorite sgtinft i dds. floe fys Vcead tt Ohlsd's. PARLOR RESTAURANTS 8. P. Partch desires the Dublk to know that he has jost opened a bran new restaurant on the east side of Mil itary street, Baxter Springs. Every thing in first class order and a share of the patronage solicited. Give him a can. - TUaloa Sas4 PrtTllea-ea. Notice is 'hereby given that privi leges for 'refreshment stands and booths of all kinds during the coming, reunion at Baxter Springs will be sold iu this city escb Saturday after noon nntil further uotioe. For further information call on or address, J. P. UAKTLST, Committee on grounds. G. G. Gregg, the wholesale and re tail druggist, has a- large supply of drags anat medicines for the fall trade. Everything you want in the way of proprietary and patent mediciucs, drugs aud chemicals, paints aud oils, druggists, sundries, etc Your physi cian snd family prescriptions will have careful Snd prompt attention. A renerous Boston ladv bas prom Ised to endow Garfield Unlversitr lth $1,000,003 as soon as ths trustees clssr it of its present indebtedness. Toe indebtedness wi.'l !c cleared up. The abxrve good new to every mem r of the Christian chart It la tLU state. ' i Tea .li -rT,Hc!dred St a Ibegooc XJberofi ' i'