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PAwm mm VOLUME IX. BAXTER SPRINGS, CHEROKEE TUNTV, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 20, 1890. NUMBER 31. Y BAXTER SEJINGS NEWS, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY St. It. (I A ICON K II. littles of Subtta'i idion. fln nopy, one year ...SI Um copy, mx montlta J Vm (iv, ihrw months J All KiiljHcilntioiii (uiyublv In a Iv nee ami all will Vo clmriroil lor nt the rale of 1.H1ihv year. MhwirHi-r will ranfrr ft luviirfcy ivjunttiiB to promptly uny tainire All kinds of .KU PRINTISK eurefalty ami prttinptty niff nlo: to. Uiill anil nt-r ntwimrni uailuoaiTtime'Ile. Knnwaa City, Fort Scott ft Memphis iunrowt, South tloi'Xb. Arrive, ueimn. IWi-ntrer... I IS. 15 a. m. Local Height I 3 Wp.ro. Qnrrn Honin. 12 )5a. lit. 2 Wp.m Mull and ptusengcr. . I 4.40 p. m. I'ttwnKer I la 15ii. m, Lmuil traiuht 9 15 a. m. 4.46 M. n 12 15 u. m, .I5. m. Mull anil nnawncer train run UkIIv: frelrtt .i..m....m.iiiiu!. Mull rlmtuftul rvost-olnoc 20 iiiinuu-M uelore train linn;. I'.axter ami Chetupa Mail una Hack una. Titwl-y, lhurlay and Satnrday . Leujea Bax tirlp!m.; KeeKllleS.SOj Melro4( ind III I T V . . . . ... f . - - - ttlTIVPn III VyUClOpil l O U. vi"- I' " BAXTER No. 71 A. V. A A. M., Neoho street. M.. Ilia flraf unil third MlID iliiv eventim of each month at 7:1MI. Y lilting ureinreu iraicr nally invite J. IRA C. Pftwcm, W. M. S. H. miith. Pee- CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. BOOMING! To our friends and the public whoso extremely liberal patronage has made be Dales !n our candy department at Jeast four limes what we expected for tho firft week, we wish to express our sincere regrets that we so far under estimated tbo demand that many of our candies were sold entirely out by the second day after our opening, es pecially those choice kinds that have nnvcr before been kept in the city. Wepromiftu you largr quantities this week, including several new and choice varieties, and guarantee to show voti always by far the largest, finest it ml freshest line of confectionery in thecitv. Yours rcsp'y, . The Fostoffice Book Stoke. Ladies, our $2 Sue Dongola Kid and light weisiit Goat shoes have uo equal for durability. A complete assort ment of styles and sizes at J. M. CoorKK'B. Cranberries this week at J. II. Hump ukly's. The celebrated Selz-Schwab Rock Bottom Shoes for gents give entire sat isfaction: only $2.25 per pair; can be found only at J. M. Cooper's. Our $2 6hoe has the lead of all oth ers. . A. M. Peak e & Co. Special bargains in Ladies', Gent's and Children's Wool Underwear just received. J. M. Cooper. Ladies, call and see the largo ar rival of new fall millinery just received by Mrs. W. W. Jones. All the latest novelties. - You cannot beat our $2 shoe. A. M. PfAic & Co. All sires of Children's ABC Shoes for winter wear just received. Try a fiair. Thev are warranted to give sat sfaction. " J. M. Cooper. Look at our new Dry Goods and Notions. A. M. Peaks & Co. GROCERIES! GROCERIES! Just received a foil line f fresh food's in the grocery line. If you on't believo we sell 'em cheap come and see. W.E. Ttser. One thousand pairs of Ladies' and Children's Shoes received this week, J. M. Cooper. We have just received a full line of Blauketa. A. M. Peake & Co. TO THE PUBLIC. We are now prepared for the Fall trade, having just received a complete atm-lf nf new Drv Goods and Notions. the, tat bnnvn makes of Boots ana Shoes, Rubber Boots and Overshoes. Special bargains la new uotmng. ana tw UtMt atvlAA and best values In Ilata to be found. We cordially invite a Inspection rrom aiu xtesp y, J. M. Cooper. Call and examine oar latest styles in Dry Goods and Notions. A. M. Peace & Co. MORE GOODS! BEST VARIETY! GREATEST BARGAINS! AT J. M. COOPER'S than at any other place in Baxter Springs. Bear this in mind before you part with your money. Fresh Canned ileal, Chipped Beef, etc- for Reunion week at J. AL Eug liab & Co'e meat market. The latest novelties in Prints and Clrjhtmf Just received at Cooper's. , jam. Joplin want a miiirpil palace. Are von rrudv for tint reunion? Attend the Jopliu Suuday School picnic at SpriuifM Park to day. Th llaptift Sunday ScImhiI of .Top lin will picnic at Springs Park to-day. Cole's Grettt 25 cent cirrus drew euoriiious crowds at Baxter lut Satur day. Our merchants are -! t i nay in a 11 no line of goods tor their tall and winter trade. We aro iuilebtml to Mr. L. M. Per kins lor lain issues of Duluth, Minn., daily papers. The Scott Bios, are not buying quite as inauv horses at random as they were a few weeks ago. Mr. G. W. Sparks has received word thatadeceased friend iuCalitoruiahss bequeathed to him $5,(XXJ. The Baxter Springs flouring mill is ruuuing day and night and ts about two weeks behind with orders. Tho reason that the colored people are becoming more popular, of late, is that black is all tho fashion tills sea son. The Baxter Sgrings Mfg. CoV. works are fairly booming wan busi ness and give employment to a goodly numour of mechanics. Theereatest soldiers reunion ever held iu southeastern Kansas will be gin at Camp Logan iu this dty promptly at suurlse next Tuesday inorniug. It is a lamentable fad that Baxter Springs is at present without a white milliliter of the gospel and that one could not lie found to conduct the fu neral services of the late D. 11. Ily burger oil Monday. A hunting party coiisUting of John Mears, M. D- of Kansas City, Mo., 11. R. Crowed and Ira C. Perkins left Wednesday morning for the vicinity of the Neosho river to engage in a few days chicken hunting. Elder J. Cheanev. the "Little Giant of Texas," will lecture on prohibition and temperance at the city hall this (Friday and Saturday) evening, lie will preacti atciiynaii tomorrow at 11 and lecture at 4 o'clock. The case of Samuel II. Smith, city attorney, vs. A. D. C. Harvey and three members of the former city council, was tried bv J udsre McCue last Satur day, the court finding for the plaintiff in tue sum or zo ana tne cosisoi suit. A large delegation of old soldiers will start from Southwest City, Mo., to-morrow for this city to atteud the reunion next week. They will bring along a 12-pounder cannon which was captured from the rebs duriug the late war. Tha old reliable iiouor house of Lan- dauer & Co., Joplin, Mo., have a new ad. in another column or tnis paper which should be read by all persons wanting the best liquors at "Inside prices." This boose is tne oiaesi ami best in southern Missouri. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalaaaaaaaaaaaiaaw Tl. rA-nlar aAotal of tha Y. P. S. C. E. of the Presbyterian church was held at the residence ofBenj. S. Warner Tuesday night Elegant refreshments were served, all were delightfully en tertained and well pleased with the evening so delightfully epeut The fall and winter aooles will be much finer iu quality than were the arlronea. Tbev are Just beginning to take on that bright scarlet color that maces tnem so tempting io toe aver age boy, and makes iilm willing to take chances that notblog else would. Messrs. a. L. Hnfil G. E. Rucker and Arthur Scoit left Jionaay morn inir last for Carthage to attend the fair taking with them several line horses from Scott's neutuccy stoca barn for exhibition there, w. w. Scott also went Tuesday and Henry Scott Weduesday. nBBaaaaaaHSBW The Comme II faut were delightful Iv entertained last Monday evening by Miss Gertrude Noble at her home on Sherman street. The programme con sisted in a number of entertaining games Interspersed with exceiieut music, after which a general good time was indulged in and all present spent an enjoyable evening. When In need tf letter heads, note heads, bill heads, statements, blanks, circulars, envelopes, cards,tickets post er, price lists, or any thing la the job printing line, dout fail to call at The News book and job oflce. Our facili ties are first-class and we use ouly tne best of stock. Prices will compare fa vorably with any other offlctj ii the county that does good work. Look at our lino of Boots and Shoes before buying. A. M. Pf.aee Si Co. Wool Hosiery In end lens variety, all new, at J. M. Cooper's. J. J. Fribley has just received a car of srenuiiie Gliddeu baling wire next we;k. ' Fresh Celery every week from now on throughoui tho season. j. h. hcmi'hrev. Heating Stove Fob Sale by W. E. Ttker. Watch the bargain counter at J. R. I uiker . : - New arrival of fall hats and bonnets at Mrs. W. W. Smith's milliuery store. Call and see them. Ladies, we have (he agency for But tgrick's patterns. October Metropoli tan just received, : J. M. Cooper. . New stock of fresh candles received this week from the factory at J.M. Brewster's grocery. Also a fine line of fancy toilet soap. For the Wot bargains don't fail to goo J. R. Tucker's con nter. Hundreds of useful articles almost given away at J. R. Tucker's. For Sale or Trade A full-blood Jersev bull nearly two years old. Will take $20 or will trade for heifer calves. CgAS. C. Cardth. Useful household 'articles for 5 and 10 rants at J. R. Tucker's, worth four limes the money. NOTIONS! NOTIONS ! ! An endless variety at bedrock prices at J. R. Tucker's. Mason's fruit jars at cost to close out at W. E. Tyner'a. Fresh fruits and vegetables at all times at Tyner's grocery. Best country butter 15 cents a pound at J. J. Osbom's popular grocery. Every pound warranted, pure, and tresh. Tyner sells the bes teas lower than auyuouy. t If you need airy thing -in the hard ware line call ou Jt JrViblqy, where you get lowest prices and best goods. Milk -shake every day at Ohlen's. The DODolar $2 shoe at Tucker's still leads. Nothing better, if as good, as the nonular shoe for $2 at J. R. Tucker's. Decorated Qceeksware ! The lat est stvles and lowest prices new stock just received at J. J. usoorn s. . . t . The "Lightning" fruit jar h the boss. Try them at McElhlney's new store. HIDES AND CHICKENS! Highest market prices in cash paid by J. M. Ekgush & Co. BHBHaaasaaBaBMaMSHaaM New line of men'j and boy's bats at J. R. Tucker's. ' Fine jelly glasses as cheap as the cheapest at W. E. Tyner!. See tucker's new line of men's and boy's hats before buying. , C. Rnodner will nav the hicrhest market price for botcher's stock. In quire at Drovers and Farmers bank. T. B. McElhiney invites tho public to call and see bis new stock of cook stoves, hardware and tinware. To Ova Customers : We will meet any prices made on goods In our line in this city or in any of the neighboring towns. J. J. UBOBiryTue urocer. Fresh lemons at Brewster's grocery. The 'Golden Gem" nook store at McElhlney's is the best and cheapest iu the market. lire back warranted for live years. Milk Shake, Lemonade and Soda Water at Brewster's, Tucker atlll leads them all with the popular 12 ahoe. VINEGAR I VINEGAR! If you want the finest white or claret or pore cUer viuegar call at Brewster Bros. Cash Grocery. . Ice Cream and Milk Shake at Oh len's every day A beautfful piece of music given awav wkh every aouars wonn oi goods at Brewster Bros. Cash Grocery aHMBBsaaaRBMaBBBaaaaaBB, Go to Ohlen's icsiaurant and get a dUh or quart of delicious Ice cream. . HIDES t" HIDES! HIDES ! Take yoar fcidea to J. A. Soar. He will pay yon the highest market price. The popular XI shoe at J. R.Tock er's Is still the favorite against all odds ' C. S. Beadle of Pittsburg, Kan., for merly connected with the engineering department of the Union Pacific and the Santa Fe railway companies, has been employed by the Pittsburg, Col umbus and Ft. Smith railway compa ny to make a preliminary survey of the line from Pittsburg via Columbus and Lyon township to the crossing of the Neosho river in Indian territory. The company is being strongly urged to run a second line directly south from Pittsburg through Pleasantview and Shawnee townships and thence southwesterly through Spriugvslley townshtp, which survey the company is now considering. The projectors of the proposed Pitts burg, Columbus and- Ft. Smith rail way have made contracts for the pre liminary surveying of the line from Pittsburg to the Indian territory line. We understand two lurveys will be made, one via Columbus and the other via Galena, both touching the terri tory line at a point uear this city. The two routes will be nearly the same in length. The new Banner wind engine erect ed on Sheridan avenue by Samuel Bricker for a public watering place, started off briskly Wednesday ana does its work to perfection. This water ing place is erected for the benefit of the traveling public and the country people who come to town to trade. It is feared the well will not supply water for the city stock also. . - - Died. At his home in this city Sat urday night, Sept. 13, of paralysis, David H. Hybarger, aged 2 years. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the residence and the re mains laid to rest iu the city cemetery. Mr. Hybarger was one of the pioneers of this county and a respected citizen of oar city for several years. The Baxter band was out on the street Thursday evening giving our people a lew slices of reunion music, such as "Marching Through Geor gia." "The Girl I Left Behind Me," etc. They are playing in good shape and will make tne ecnoes nngaiironna Camp Logan next week. Hunt np your books and slates, boys and girls, only a few more days until school begins and every minute of the snort term yon wui nave snooia oe Improved to its fullest extent. DONNA XCK BENEFIT. The entertainment recently given for the benefit of Miss Donua Ice, to enable her to secure a new cornet, will be repeated next-Thursday evening at the city hall, Baxter Springs. There will be an entire change of pro gram, and judging by the many favor able comments made oy tnose who at tended the concert as given a few evenings B'nce, there will be a large turnout Miss Donna is a remarkably line cornetist for one of her age and experience and is deserving of much credit ana her entertainment or a no- eral patronage. We hope to eea the eSty nail crowded to overflowing next Thursday evening. SUNDAY SCHOOL EXCURSION. The Bantlst Snndav schools of Jon- lin will arrive at Baxter Springe at 10 o'clock to-day by excursion train and spend the day in picnicing, at the Springs Park and other places of in terest about our town. The affair will be under tbe management of Mr. J. W. Kiltner and it is hoped that a goodly number of Baxter people will meet the visitors at the depot and en deavor to make their stay here as pisasant as possible. HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOX SALE. One walnut bed-room set, dining room furniture, new gasoline stove with furniture, five good carpets, rock ing chairs, stands, etc- ror sale at a bargain. Inquire of ' JAKES iiUDLUX. ... FAKXOX RESTAURANT. S. P. Partch desires the public to know that be has Just opened a brau 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 call. Card f Ttaaka. We desire to thus publicly thank our many friends who were so kind to as during the illness and bnrial of oar husband and father, V. II. Hybar ger. Mas. L. Htsarqer, and Children. G. G. Gregg, the wholesale and re- tall druggist, has a large supply of drugs and medicines for the fall trade. Everything von want in the way of proprietary and patent medicines, dregs and chemical, paints and oils, druggists, sundries, etc Your physi cian and family prescriptions will have careful and prompt attention. We have a full stock of queensware cheap. J. J. Osborx. ALL BEADY FOB, REUNION. During the past week the various reunion committees have been busily engaged in placing Camp Logan in proper condition for the rcccpiiou and accommodation of the vast throngs of visitors who will be hero next week Two hundred tents have been erected in military form similar to that of last year, lour large tanks are full to over flowing with pure water supplied from a good well by a wind engine, a largo number of new gasoline street lamps and torches have becq received for lighting the camp and by next Mon day morning everything will be iu ap ple pie order for the reception of our visitor. The News exends a cordial welcome to all old soldiers and their friends aud hopes the reunion next week will fnlly meet the anticipations of the most sanguine as to attendance as well as pleasurable experiences for all. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Judge W. M. Matheny was in our city yesterday. Mrs. B. F. Brown went to Joplin Thursday to visit friends. Morris Doty went to Topeka Mon day night on a business trip. J. B. Ludlum left Thursday morn ing for Texas on a busiuess trip. W. H. Hornor has been attending U. S. circuit court at Wichita the past week. . Miss Nettie Doty left Monday night for Topeka where she will enter school. Phil. Pfenning of Joplin was shak ing hands with old Baxter friends Wednesday. Miss Gertrude Miller returned Tuesday night from a visit with friends at Columbus. O.T. Street of Kansas City, form erly a resident of old Baxter, "was on our streets yesterday. Fod Gill of Anthony, Kan., has been visitlug relatives and friends in Baxter the past week. Mrs. W. W. Jones returned on Wednesday night from a visit with relatives in Minnesota. Daniel Fribley of New Phil ad el - Shia, Ohio, was visiting his son, J. J, 'ribley of our city, the past week. Drr J. T. Scott, wife and two daughters, of Williamstown, Kyn are visiting with W. W. Scott and family. Mrs. Al. Daniels of Arkansas City, Kan- attended the funeral of her fath er, D. H. Hybarger, in this city Mon day. Ed. Brown has been assisting in the Baxter Bank this week during the absence of H.R. Crowell and Ira C Perkins. v Rev. William Wilson of Colum bus, will hold services at the M.E. church next Sunday morning and evening. Clyde S. Patterson, traveling salesman for the Ft Scott Grocery Co- is taking a vacation and visiting rela tives in Baxter. Mrs. F. W. Wardwell of Salina. Kan., nee Ollie McElhiney, arrived Tuesday night to visit friends and rel atives in Baxter. Mrs. J. Johnson of southern Indi ana, is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. D. Pinuick, whom she had not seen for several years before. Mayor Harvey left Saturday night for Topeka to see that the Ban ner wind engine received proper rec ognition at the Kansas state lair. James Brown and Jerry Ander son returned Tuesday evening from Wichita where they have been attend ing U. S. district court for some time. Rev. James T. Cooler, former pas tor of the Presbyterian church at thin place, was visitlug friends here the first part of this week. He has recently f been snpplying a vacancy at Great Bend, Kan. CANDIES! CANDLES! We carry a full stock of W. A. Monut & Co's. best candles. J.J. Osbork. We will hsve fresh vegetables trom now on at bottom prices. Brewster Bros. Cash Grocery. CAPITO'S CITY BAKERY. Fresh bread, cakes, pies, etc. every day. Lunch, cigars, tobacco, nuts and fruits in season. TRY BREWSTER BROS. CASH GROCERY FOR FIRST CLASS GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. Lnpch or meals at Ohlen's. - , . Call at Brewster's grocery and felt pound of the Japanese Lu:t T?:, and a handsome Japanese fr..j-t. basket - Beat gasoline aad coal oil at lTc! hlney. Fine rye bread at O Lie? s. 'iv" V'"1'- 'irfsw.