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The Daily News from Baxter Springs, Kansas • 3

The Daily News from Baxter Springs, Kansas • 3

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Baxter Springs, Kansas
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A. The whole camp will fall in this THE DAILY NEWS Attention, Comrades. At the sound of "boots and L. L. Doubled ay.

ESTABLISHED 1874. JOUM X. RlTTKB. aui Si -ffi fiv BUS, 7ffrc no other business. Do not speculate.

Every accommodation consistent with prudekt, safe Banking extended to customers. Deposits received; Drafts bought and sold; paper discounted. Great BABQAXN Depot S. B. CARUTII Co.

Headquarters I i i Notions, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, would desire that all comrades who are provided with horses and 'saddles repair to cavalry headquarters for duty, the colonel comtnaiiding especially, desiring cavalry to act on escort duty. S. Q. McDowell, commanding. Lost.

On the camp ground yester- day afternoon a fine square band gold' bracelet. Finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving same at press headquarters. FRESH OYSTERS! FRESH just received at G. W. Koontz's gro cery store.

The Woman's Relief Corps No. 23, of this city, has au eating stand on the ounds and5 are serving excellent' meals for 25 cents. Ovsters fresh at G. W. Koontz's.

GROCERIES! GROCERIES of every description at R. II. Williams's. Fresh oysters this morning at G. W.

Koontz's grocery store. Rowley's is headquarters for G. A. Blaine and Logan or Cleveland and Hendricks cigars. Go R.

II. Williams's for cheese and chipped beef. your WINTER LAP ROBES! A fine line of plush, wolf and llama skin robes just received at Opper- man s. TO-DAY and Every Day during REUNION the the Photograph Rooms will be open. Miss Harvey has engaged a corps of first class assistants for the week.

The motto is "First Class Work, -RAIN OR SHINE J. B. Opperman is still in the ring and selling' harness and saddlery Cheaper than ever. Go t0. Rowley's for fresh fruits.

Township rights of the "Davis Quilting FraiiSS" for sale at the Occidental Hotel. G. W. Peterson. Rowlev's for hotrDeals and lunch at all hours day or night COMFORTS! COMFORTS made to order at S.

B. Carutli Co's. Rowley has the finest lunch, Row ley gives the best meals, and Row-ley has the finest cigar in town. Magic lantern and outfit for sale. Inquire at this oflice.

Fresh oysters and bananas at Row- ey's. All kinds of drinks, hot or cold, at Rowley's restaurant. Don't pay 50 cents for a meal when you can get a better ono at Rowley's restaurant for 25 cents. Call on J. Opperman before buy ing your winter horse clothing, lap robes, etc.

He has some daisies." DON'T FORGET -THAT THE- "OLD RELIABLE" -IS TIIE- LARGEST and BEST SELECTED stock in the city. OCCIDENTAL BLOCK, morning at 10 o'clock, and each state will be called separately, for the purpose of giving the comrades of states chance to get acquainted. Baxter post G. A. R.

has been to a great expense to present the Spy of Atlanta. It is a first class entertainment and every seat in the house should be filled to-night The Weekly News of this week will contain a full sketch of the reuu- on, with notes and items of interest worth preserving. We shall issue a number of extra copies. The Spy of Atlanta is pronounced by all who have seen it the best entertainment ever given in Baxter Springs. Give the boys a rousing house to-night.

The "Campbell Family Cornet Band" composed of ladies and gentlemen played several airs in camp and on the grand stand yesterday evening. Owing to the intense heat that prevailed yesterday morning some ladies in camp took compassion on Col. Weldy and presented him with a fan. Little George Rowley, who was run over Tuesday evening did not have his leg broken as stated in yesterday's News. He was only seriously bruised.

The entire audience wept over the agony ot Edwin Dalten when his brother was killed in the Spy of At- anta play, of Andersonville prison. Mr. A. S. Duey, editor of the Cherryvalle Torch, arrived Tuesday evening with the post of that city, of which he is senior vice commander.

Seeare you seats for the Spy of At lanta at Oook Meriwether's drug store, and avoid the rush at the door. No extra charge for rcgerved seats. Boss Coulter, Dr. W. Jordan, John Russell, W.

E. Swanson, JdiM? T. Veatch and Joe Ride came down from Columbus last evening. It is just as well to take the hood lums nocturnal visits good naturedly, and not get angry about it as the boys ar' bound to hate their Mr. Weilep, of Galena, chairman of the Executive committee of the Border Tier Reunion, and his wife, have quarters on the ground.

John Veatch, Boss Coulter and Dr. Jordan, of Columbus, were painting the town red when our reporter last seen them last evening. Tom Stockslager thinks the artillery ought to be taken over into the next county when a salute is fired. The noise scares his horse. Gen.

T. J. Anderson, of Topeka, was warmly welcomed by the boys at camp yesterday. He is accompanied by Mrs. Anderson.

Col. Weldy is the special meat of every hoodlum gang, and he good naturedly turns out about every two hours in the night. C. H. Coan, tho greenback candi date for county attorney, is one of the boys in camp, and is alive to all the fun going.

Geo. T. Braden, a former citizen of Baxter, but now one of the prominent business meu of Erie, is taking in the reunion. The cavalry squadron went on a foraging expedition yesterday evening and came in with corn, pumpkins, squashes, etc. George Richardson returned from Iowa Tuesday evening, where he has been enjoying a reunion of his old regiment.

J. D. Lewis, republican candidate for county attorney, is taking in the reunion. Dean was a Union Ten- nesseean. Do not fail to take a copy of the Daily News home with yoincontain ins a histofy of the battle of this place.

The sham battle will come off Friday afternoon, and'- will be the most interesting, event of' the reunion. Fort Blunt is to be stormed and cap tured. 1 About Tuesday night the wind suddenly shifted to the north and brought down a cold wave and a light fall of rain. During the ning it was very and tlx) sudden change kept thousands away from -the reunion yesterday. Many comrades expected their wives to ar rive I Thursday Morning, October 1884.

Spy of Atlanta at city hall to-night. Schneider, in the Spy of Atlanta, is immense. A number of Weir folks came into camp last evening. W. F.

Sapp, of Galena, came into camp yesterday evening, Overcoats and wraps were in lively demand all day yesterday. An old flag of Co 61st is on exhibition at headquarters, i The boys say the commander of the Cherryvale post is a Col. W. B. Stone, of Galena, put in an appearance last evening.

Only 50 cents to see the Spy of At lanta at the city hall to-night. Leave all items of interest at "Press Headquarters," on the grounds. Lou Allbright's stand on the grounds is marked "sutler's tnet." Both AndersonvLle and Libby prison are shown in the Spy of Atlanta. W. J.

Lea put in an appearance at camp yestery along with the Modoc club. Not a single chicken (married one either) has been heard to squawk in camp. The blizzard from the north had the effect of cooling the ardor of the boys a little. The most comical thing in the camp yesterday morning" was -v the linen duster. The Modoc club made their first ap pearance on the grand stand yesterday evening.

The Galena Broom Brigade arrived yesterday morning and are in camp at headquarters. Asa Lea, ye local of the Advocate, arrived Tuesday night and is stopping at the Springs. Mrs. Col. Weldy came over from Ga lena yesterday and joined her husband at headquarters.

A fine dress parade was had yestei day evening. Four cornet bands were on parade. Mr. A. Swihart, an old of Baxter, but now at Pittsburg, was in the city yesterday.

Col. C. D. Nichols, aid-de-camp on Gen. Pond's staff, reported for duty csterday morning.

W. E. Brooks leader of the Keel- ville band is the leader of the band when all are united. C. A.

Gibbs, democratic candidate for probate judge, is on the grounds taking in the reunion II. A. Bender, the Republican nom inec for district clerk is modestly mov ing among the throng. The Galena Broom Brigade, in their jaunty caps and blue uniforms, pre sent a fine appearance. Mrs.

W. B. Shocklcy, of Fort Scott arrived in camp yesterday in company with other ladv friends. All ex-prisoners of war are request' ed to call at the Prisoners' Association leadquarters and register. The talent brought by Capt.

Dobbs for the Spy of Atlanta is equal to any professionals now traveling. Nine beautiful tableaux in the Spy of Atlanta to-night. These alone are worth the price of admission. J. S.

Gillespie, republican candidate for representative in the 31st district. was en the grounds yesterday. Two days yet ot the reuniou and there is promise of better weather than we have had at any time. Jimmie Whitcraft, the groenba'ck nominee tor district cicrK, is snaking hands with friends on the grounds. Capt.

David Aughe, of Erie, late of the 53d came in Tuesday evonin and will take in the whole reunion. A salute was fired yesterday morn ing by' the Chetopa artillery that awoke the natives for miles around. Tho Knights of Pythias division of Girard will arrive to-day and give an exhibition drill to-day or to-morrow. At th time of going to press the heavens aro clear, and there is promise of. fine weather to-day aud to-morrow.

-E. A. CREWSON, Y.Land, Loan KA for Dry Goods, I Baxter Springs, Kan. Insurance Aj rt. iiansasc $1000 LESS THAN THEIR JONES, IN- Farmers IBTJCriA.iSr Wlswell ilealwa in nil klutls of Meats, Fish and Canned Goods, es i Columbus, For ihenext Sixty Days I shall offer Farmers the best rates on Money ever offered in Kansas with privilege of faying off Mortgages before due.

I also have a large number of good improved farms that must be sold. Parties can get Bargains by calling soon. THESE FARMS WILL BE SOLD AT FROM $500 TO VALUE. 13, CREWSON, General Land, Loan and Insurance Agent, COLUMBUS, KANSAS: MRS. DEALER Elegant Millinery, Notions, Fancy Goods, East Side Military Street, Baxter Springs, Kansas.

STAMPING DONE TO ORDER. Largest.Best and Cheapest News- Drovers and BAXTER 8PJIIXGS, KANSAS. paper in Cherokee County. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY M. II.

GARDNER. Rales of Subscription. One copy, one year $1 01) One copy, six months One copy, three months-. 35 Go to STEINS LUUGH ROOM for Fine CONFECTIONERIES, FRUITS, NUTS, Cigars and Tobacco I Ice Cold Lemonade and Sodas. OPI3N ALL NIGHTl 31 Hilary Street, Baxter Springs, Kansas.

EOIIITIY MIEIAIT VANTILBURG JOB' PRINTING of every description executed aud-promptlyat low Successors to J. Wholesale und retail Fresh, Salt, Pickled and Cooked BUY HIDES, Wwt aide of MiliUivj s.treet, FURS AND PELTS. Bastbk.

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