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TOUR OBDEES lor TO (ESTABLISHED 1876) JOPLXN", : Missouri. WHY? -:- f3 BrcauM we can ship lit leu expcnie, and avt from U to 24 hour. rt Reoauie we are the largest, oldest and only triotly wholesale liquor houe In 8.W. Mo. rj Became ervry dollar'! worth ot Rood wo all to Kanca ia cb, and yon don't nave to make up for loaaea. j-f- Because eery drop of a-owla we sell i boiiKht direct from the diitlllrr for CASH, which givoi a large rcent that small ileal- era do not enjoy, and insure you strictly straight and honest good. 53- Reference any bunk or buxiueas house in Joplin. jJSEND FOR PKICE LIST.-ia A. R. Kane, JEWELER aM OPTICIAN, Gregg's Drug Store. OB A FIXE ASSORTMENT OF Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. We are the local nsrent for sev eral first class eastern jewel ry and silverware houses and can procure any goods not in onr stock on short notice. " BEN'S SHOP IS LOCATED IN March's Building, East Side II 1 lit a ii y Street. W.E.TYNER PEA LEU IS Staple aifl Fancy GrocBriss, Provisions, Etc. HIGHEST MARK ET PRICES PAID FOR PRODUCE.. GRAIN AND FEED East Siiio of Military Street. THE Parlor Meat Market, J. A. SOUK, Prop'r. FRESH andSALT MEATS of all kinds. In new building, east side of Military Street, opposite Oblen's Bakery. Cask Paid for Hides and Poultry. H. OHLEN'S BAIERY an! BESTADRAHT Is located io new building at the old place ' Wist Side or MILITARY STREET. Meals at all Hours, or Hay Board at low rates. OYSTERS AND ICE CREAM in their proper seasons. DiHITBR LITTERY stable: Julius Bischofsberger, Propr FIRST CLASS Turnout! at Reasonable Sates, r:iti raw lAXr?"TLr'r4:l'"E'V,D 1 m of Wyiiir nt ta'wta fe. l -I". kHMltffii M. -r ' 1 " v.lT i n tm -fb 1 t i . M LIQUORS y I , . , . 1 i- v C- I.-.: V I - I 4 fcvf lAUi.H. t THE FARMERS' ALLIANCE ON TOP AND O. N. BALDWIN'S CASH : ALLIANCE : SYSTEM! Tho PhoQUDot Unnoo lllu Ullimpui uuuuu MEN'S AND BOYS' FINE SUITS FROM 6.00 TO 811.00. It will pay you to call and see him before buying. FROM OUR ITEM I ZEUS. flaf'SENl) cs THE NEWS."! LOWELL NEWS. Lowell ban t lie reputation of raring well lor its eiiizens, but we certainly have failed in ono respect (be pool week, for grandpa Cal. McDonald surely ought to bo presented with a cane to asnist bint in bearing bis new honor with becoming dignity. II. M. Grandlc, representing the Weir City press, was among our visitors to the con veul ion. Mrs. Dill and chil dren and her father, Mr. Kamier, and son, of Columbus, O., and Mrs. Couch of Fort Scott vUited their relatives, W. P. Sharp and family last week and assisted in the convention. Our friends in Guthrie seem to be prosper ing hugely, lint recently the news came that Win. Kaylor had become a millionaire, and now it is Austin Rounsayell who has received a like gilt. The two young ladies are doing lincly, and the proud papas slowly re covering. The teachers in the Weir City schools were well represented in the" convention. Mrs. Janet Low- dermilk left Thursday for a visit to lier children at Carthago and Green field, Mo. The Friends Quarterly Mpi'iimr to bn held Saturday and Sun- dav near t.arthasre will be well ivp- resented y Lowell unenus. ine V. C. T. TL convention here was con- eeded by all to have been an interest ing and successful one. lne attend ant mid interest was unusual, the music fine and the addresses excel- lent. The address of Rev. Frank Ot to of llaxter Sunday afternoon was worth "oinir iiianv miles to b car.- Dun McDonald and wife of Missouri visited relatives here last week. LOWELL 8TAT1U.W Will Scott met with a painful acc.i det.t the evening before election by his horse falling ou one of his legs and breaking it near the ankle.- Miss Ilodson of Chelopa has been stopping wi:h Mrs. Mendeiihall for some time past in the hope of getting a class in book keeping, but has given it up and will return to her home next Friday. Ira Mason, who taught our school four years ago this wintef, and whe has been in the western part of Kan sas for some time, was calling on old friends hero this week. Mrs. Pear son is having a new roof put on her house, new windows and doors ) in and tho lower part plastered, which will make it quite conilortable. Mr. McKinzie is having a very snug house built on his farm right west of Mr. Dubois'. Rpports reach us that a family of movers undertook to ford the river at Boston Mills Wednesday morning, not thinking of the river be ing up, and that seven of them were drowned ; also two of Mr. Glassner's boys, who went to their aid. We can not vouch for the truthfulness of this, but hope it is not true. Cut for the 6afety of the traveling public we shouid have bridges across all streams where main thoroughfares cross; and the law should be enforced as to put ting up water marks where fording is necessary. A good many hogs have recently died in this vicinity with an epidemic disease pronounced cholera by some. It Bared My Life. After suffering for twelve years from contageous Blood Poison, and trying the lest physicians attainable and all the patent medicines procura ble, and steadily continuing to grow worse, I gave up all hopes of recovery, and the physicians pronounced the case incurable. Hrping against hope I tried S. S. S. I improved from the first bottle, and after taking twelve was cured, sound and well, and for two years have had no return or symp tom of the vile disease. As I owe my life to S. S. S. I send this testimony for publication. JI. M. Register, Huntley, X. & Gained Eighteen round. I consider 8. S. S. the best tonic in the market I took It for broken down health, and gained eighteen pounds in three mouths. My appetite and strength came back to me,and made a new man of mo. Wm. Gerlock, Belleville, Ohio. TreatlM on Blood and Skin Dis eases mailed frre. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO , Atlanta, Ga. Everv year a layer of the entire sea, fourteen feet thick, is taken up into the clouds. The WHid bear their burden Into the land and the water n in rain npon the fields, to TRY WATEH QUEEN SOAP. roiuea do flow baik throogb rlv.rs. in nhornVoo flnnntol in uuuiumu uuumj. NEW ENGLAND LKTTEK. Westfielo, M as., Nov. 4, 1890. I )k a it News: It Ik election day. I have thought of Kansas many times, How gladly would I have been at home, voti know for what purpose. Still, I shull uot count this day hs lost. I have been enjoying a grand object lesson. You may well ask "What may it be?'' Wo answer the most perfect ideal of an election that hu manity has ever conceived. While sitting, et.inding, walking and talking in one of England's oldest colonies 1 have witnessed an exhibi tion of a perfect system of elections from one of England's younaest colo nics. Massachusetts using an ideal developed in Australia. Howl wish it could have been used in Kansas to day, yes in every state in our union. Nearly two thousand votes cast in a single hall in a single day and no per son knew how another voted. Every individual stood before his own con science and his God and voted as he pleased. No iutoxicants, no political wire pullers, no neighbor or old friend were there to influence his judgment. If this system could have been used throughout the United States today how many disgraceful scenes would have been avoided. To fhlly appre ciate this system one should observe its porlect work. A description upon paper is entirely inadequate to convey its real merits. We eulogize and glory in our ballot. Its abuse in America furnishes the most disgraceful scenes in our history. This new system shields us from all abuse. Tom, Dick and Harry are not permitted to prepare and print their own ballots and thus introduce decep tion into the first step of tho elective franchise. The state prints the bal lots. The candidates' names are sys tematically arranged ou the same ticket. No voter today saw one of those tickets until the hour for ballot ing. Then thoss individuals author ized to do so opened them. The first man to vote gave his name and rest deuce. If registered, which was de termined in an instant, it was checked, and he admitted to an enclosed space where ho is handed a ticket. He l hen passes to a high desk where he stands and in ark 8 his ticket to satisfy his own taste. No one sees or knows what he does. While doing that others pass (lie same way and alone prepare their tickets. As they do so they pass to another desk where they again give their name and residence, and it is checked a second time. Then they de posit their ballots in a box where a crank turns a cylinder which numbers the ballot and at the same time 6hows the number of votes already cast. The voter passes out by another way, and by no authority can bo be repassed that day. No man can speak to another while passing through and voting. The number of names checked twice must correspond to the number record ed on tho box by the cylinder. There is no possibility of a mistake or a fraudulent rote. . This system must become general throughout tho United States. This system would settle the question of a "solid south," the "race question," an "educated ballot," and shield ns from all corrupting influences, thus making our elective franchise worthy of our American system of government. Yours truly, E. O. Noble. List ot Letters Remaining in the post-olEce at Bax ter Springs, Kansas, lor the week ending Nov. 12, i8'J0, which if net called for within two weeks will be sent to the dead letter office at Wash ington, D. C. : lluiWon, Funnle FmncUeo, Frank Fraucitco, J. It. Fuller, J . K. Chner, Julia C. AUkiu-, Dock AnUeion, Mr. II. E. Persons calling for any of the above tetters will please say 'Advcttiscd," giving date of list. Wm. Mauch, P. M. Eupepsy. That is what you ought to have, in fact you unmt have it to fully enjoy life. Thousands are searching for it daily and mourning because they fiud' it not. Thousands upon thou sands of dollars are spent annually by our people io the hope that they may attain this boon. And yet it may be had by all. We guarantee that Electric Bitters, if used accord ing to directions and the use persist ed in. will bring von good digestion ni oust the dtmou dyspepsia and install instead enpepy. We recotu mend Eleotrie Bitters for dyspepsia and all diseases of the liver, stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c and f 1 per bottle at all Drng Stores. 4 The News ii H a year. Subscribe. ALEXANDER WAKNEtt, President; U. a. CKOWELL, Vice l'refidenti The Baxter Bank. JPAII UJ? CAPITAL C50,060.00. DIRECTORS JI. R. Crowell, Alexander Warner, Jienj. 8. Warner, Does a General Banking; Business. Pays Interest on Time Deposits. Always has Money to Loan on Satisfactory Security. Drovers and Farmers CAPITAL 50,000.00. o W. II. IIornok, Prcs't ; C. G. IIornok, Vice Pres't ; E. B Corse, Cashier. o Does a General Banking Business. 0 Interest IPnid on Time Deposits. John N. Kitteb. L. L. Docbledat ETESTABLISHED 1874.13 Ritter& Doubleday, BANKERS, COLUMBUS, KANSAS. TRANSACT A 0-' General Banking Business on a Conservative Iksis. - Call and see our elegant line BRAN NEW GOODS of all kinds and prices. A. D. C. HARVEY. J.J- 0iSB0SN3 DEALER IX Groceries and Dry &oods, Provisions. Notions, Boots, Shoes, &c. Having added to my already large stock of Groceries and Provisions a full line of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Etc., yon are requested to call and get prices before buying. We can and do sell goods as low as any other house in Baxter Springs or any of the surrounding towns. , Kesp'j, J.J.OSBOHX. IRA C. PERKIX8, rnhler ' JBKNJ. 8. WARNER, Asinl Va L. Murray Pcrkin Ira C. Perkins.