The Talihina News. (Talihina, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 6, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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INDIAN RIVER NAMES.
Til* Aroostook river took its nam©
from an Indian word signifying good
Cape Fear BITER is a corruption.
The naino \vas originally Capo Fair
NioniiARA, the name of a river in
Nebraska, is said to mean "wide wa-
Saras Ac, the name of the New York
stream, means "River that Flows Under
Tiie Juanita, in Pennsylvania, was
named from a tribe of Indians living on
Nansemond, the namo of a Virginia
river, signifies the "placo from which
we ran away."
Tiie Kentucky river was first named
the Louisa, in honor of the duchess of
Fox River, 111., was callcd by the
Indians Anncmosing, "Place of the
The translation of Potomac is "Place
of tho Burning Pine," an allusion to a
The Indians called tho Des Moines
river the Inyanshoh-shahwopka, "River
of Red Stones."
The Conemaugh river, Pa., was
named by the Indians. The word means
Cboton is an Indian word meaning
"The Wind." The river was named for
an Indian chief.
TnE St. Croix river, In Maine, was
named from the cross mado by two
rivers at Its mouth.
Jurieu, the Biblical student, bccame
crazy from studying the apocalypse.
He fancied that the ten-horned beast
was inside of him.
Lamartine was of an exceedingly
gloomy temperament and during his
spells of dejection nothing could in the
least raise his spirits.
Cowper's madness is well known.
Once he tried to hang himself and at
another time endeavored to commit
suicide by drowning himself.
Both Charles and Mary Lamb were
dwellers in tho borderland of mad-
ness. The latter was frequently placed
in an asylum, the former but once.
Masaniei.lo became crazed by tho
success of the revolution of 1047 in
Naples, lie gave many symptoms of
insanity before he was assassinated.
Descartes was the victim of audi-
tory hallucinations. They always came
when he was greatly fatigued, and he
regarded them as u sign to cease work.
Alfieri was a prey to melancholy all
Ms days. On one occasion, after hav-
ing been bled by a surgeon, he tore off
the bandage in order to bleed to death.
Alexander Cruden, the compiler of
tho Bible Concordance, was regarded
by all his acquaintance as a harmless
though somewhat troublesome lunatic.
FUN AND FROLIC.
Mrs IIouser—"What is stage busi-
ness, anyway, dear?" IIouser—"Er—
getting divorces, principally, I believe."
Flora—"I don't always do unto oth-
ers as I'd have others do unto me."
Clara—"Of course not. It isn't a girl's
placo to propose to a man."—Life.
Critic (to operetta composer)—"You
are lucky, for if your scores are criti-
cised, you can feel that it is not your
melodies that are condemned."—Flie-
Pushpen—"Do you suppose that I
oould get a bigger price for my poem if
I had it set to music?" Jolliem—"No.
You'd have to sell It for a song, then."
Old Friend—"Seems to me you are
paying your cook pretty still wages."
Jimson—"Have to. If I don't she'll
leave, and then my wife will do tho
cooking herself."—N. Y. Wtekly.
Little Gluile Suited
With scrofula or hult rheum on the lop of his
head. One bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla per*
fectly cured and the
disease has never re-
appeared. He Is five
years old anil as healthy
uh any child. W - pi
Chaiii.es Stanlby, Glendale, Mtch.
Mood's Pills are safe, bArmluau, sure.
The Greatest Medical Discovery
of the Age.
DONALD KENNEDY, of ROXBURY, MASS.,
Has discovered in one of our common
pasture weeds a remedy that cures every
kinJ of Humor, from the worst Scrofula
down to a common Pimple.
He has tried it in over eleven hundred
iases and never failed except in two cases
(both thunder humor). He has now in his
possession over two hundred certificates
of its value, all within twenty miles of
Boston. Sen J postal card for hook.
A benefit is always experienced from the
fir*t bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted
when the right quantity is taken.
When the lungs are affected it causes
ihooting pains, liUe needles passing
through thrm; the s ine with the l.iver or
Bowels. This is caused by the ducts be-
ing stopped, and always disappears in a
week after taking it. Read the label.
If the stomach is foul or bilious It will
ca'ise squeamish feelings at first.
No change of diet ever necessary. Eat
the best you can get, and enough of it.
1 lose, one tablespoonful in water al. bed-
time. Sold bv all Druggists.
tmn A MONTH, ■ II*our( U Vd
plUU snmple« SOe. 'RK IswsCUj, la.
r KAMI THIS f API* • « ttatjaa Wit*
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Annual Report of tterrctary Morton Our
Trade with foreign Countries -1'onnpctl*
tlmi of IttiMiln, Arei'iitiiiK, Austria, Ktf.«
The Weather Bureau —Scientific In vest I*
Rations-- Inspection of Meat, Etc.
Washington, Nov. 3t).--The annual reporl
r>f the secretary of agriculture In particularly
Interesting, because of It* reference to current
troubles with foreign governments over the
importation of American products. He rc
views tho subject of foreign market*. AM
gives figures of foreign agricultural experts,e*-
peclally those of (Jr*i t Britain. That country
paid during the year in*3 for American bread-
stuffs, provisions, cotton and tobacco, over
1324.000,000. Including about 110,000,000 worth
of mineral oils, with agricultural exports, the
united kingdom took M.*l pet cent, of all ex-
ports of broadstuffs, provisions, mineral oils,
cotton and tobacco.
Of drowse ! beef, Great llrltaln took from us
during tho first six months of the year ISM
110,000.000 worth. Australia is our chief com-
petitor for the trade. Mr. Morton deems it
probable that the American farmer will tlnd
more advantage from the shipment of dressed
beef than from the exportation of live cattle.
Referring to the frequent allegations on the
part of European governments that live ani-
mals from the United States are diseased, the
secretary expresses the opinion that these al-
legation* are sometime- based on the fear of
Infection, but aro ut other times made for
ooonomlc reasons. He argues that if all Amer-
ican beef going abroad were shipped in tho
carcass, bearing the government certificate ns
to wholesomeness. It certainly could not be
shutout on account of alleged diseases. He
suggests that if certain European nations con-
tinue to Insist on microscopical Inspection of
American pork and veterinary inspection
of beef, with governmental certification of
each, the government of tho United States
might well luslst upon such inspection and cer-
tification by such foreign governments of all
Importations therefrom, whether edible or bev-
erages, intended for human comumption. He
reports avery large Increase in tltc exports of
beef and hog products over tho >ear previous,
with, on the other hund, a marked decline in
tho exports of wheat.
THE FOREIGN MARKET
The review of tho foreign mark *t leads him
to certain conclusions as to the future of our
export trade In agricultural products, ai fol-
Competition of Russia, Argentina. Australia
ami other countries, favored by conditions
which enable them to grow wheat at a low cost,
and especially by tho proximity of their wheat-
growing regions to water communications,
warns American farmers to no longer" depend
upon wheat as a staple export crop, on tho
other hand, a good m irket at fair prices is to
be found In tho United Kingdom for barley,
and corn, owing to the groat variety of uses to
which It may be applied, promises to be incon-
stant and incessant demand.
The secretary reports the inception of two
Important scientific investigations, the first re-
lating to grasses and forage plants. Tho other
to agricultural soils and crop production. The
secretary believes that the Importance of these
Investigations Justifies the erection of each
Into one Independent division, and he has sc
provided in the appropriations for tho ensuing
With reference to tbo weather bureau, the
secretary shows that nearly 1140,900 have been
saved from the appronriatlon and covered
back to the treasury. He shows that by heed-
ing the admonitions of the bureau relative tc
tho great tropical storm of September. 1WH'
vessels valued at over 117.000,000 were saved.
Also, in October, when over l.S!00 vessels, val-
ued at 119,000,000. were kept in port owing tr.
tho bureau's warning. Moreover, many human
lives were preserved. The secretary concludes
that the Investment is a paying one. and may
properly come within the functions of the gov-
The work of the bureau of animal industry
during the year has been greatly Increased,
notwithstanding the reduction in the appro-
INSPECTION or MEAT. •
The secretary concludes a review of the In-
spection of export and interstate meat, with
t iie recommendation that the law providing for
the same may be so amended ns to compel the
owners of tho meat inspected to pay the cost
of inspection. If, he argues, the Inspection
widens tho markets, thus enhancing the price
of their property, they, as thedircet pecuniary
beneficiaries, should agree to pay for it. The
inspection of animals received in the United
States has been continued in Great Britain,and
It was hoped that, having demonstrated that
there is no danger of introducing contagious dis-
eases. tho result would be the revocation of the
British restrictions upon our cattle fude. More
than two years have passed without the de-
velopment of any plcuro-pneumonia or other
disease In this country which might be danger-
ous to British stock interests. The hoped-for
revocation, nevertheless, remains unrealized.
Tho scientific investigations of tho bureau
have progressed steadily. Social mention is
made in the appropriation bill for the current
year of tuberculosis and sheep scab as diseases
the secretary of agriculture is authorized to
guard against, and tho danger to human life
from tuberculosis. The sterilization of milk
has been thoroughly explained in a leaflet,
which has had a wide circulation. It appears
that sterilization of milk may bo a perfect safe-
guard wherever milk Is used.
The Russian thistle Is made tho text for dis-
cussion, as other plants from abroad, which,
hereafter, must be very carefully Inspected.
' PRIME CURRENCY."
The report concludes with a statement show-
ing that of the total exports of this country for
1894 (fiscal year) farm products aggregated
KL1*,000.000. or T-.'.W* per cent of the whole. Tho
markets of the world, he says, demand from
the American farmer the very best quality of
breadstulTs and materials. Tho farmer ex-
changes his products, the results or nis labors,
which have specific power, for money having a
general purchasing power. Under the head-
ing, For Prime Pork Give Us Prime Cur-
rency." the secretary nsks:
"Would tho 1*5,00.000.000 worth of farm prod-
ucts In the United States sold last year to for-
eign nations have been paid for In silver, as
they have been when paid for in gold, or Its
equivalent- When the standard coin of the re-
public shall be made of metal worth as much
after It Is melted as it purports to be worth
in coin, and the mint values and the com-
modity values of all metallic money approx-
La?cl«ly enual. will not the American farmer
and all our citizens become more permanently
prosperous? If the American farmer, laborer
and manufacturer are compcled by law to sub-
mit to the measurement of the value of the
products of their efforts by a silver standard,
will not the foreigner In buying those products
always use the same measure? With his beef,
pork aud cereals, the American farmer buys
money, and why should ho not demand as
superlative quality in that which he buys us
the domestic and foreign purchasers Insist up-
on in that which he sells?
"If those buyers demand 'prime' beef and
•prime'pork, wiiy should not the fanner de-
mand prime'currency. the best measure ol
value, the most fair and facile medium of ex-
change. la the most unfluctuating money whiob
the world of commerce has over evolved?"
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U.S. Gov't Report
—It lins long been a matter of dis-
cussion and controversy among the
pious and the learned as to the situa-
tion of the terrestrial paradise, whence
our first parents were exiled. This
question hits been put to rest by certain
of the faithful in Holland, who have de-
cided in fnvor of the village of Broek,
about six miles from Amsterdam. It
may not, they observe, correspond in
ull respects to the description of the
Garden of Eden, handed down from
days of yore, but it coines nearer to
their Ideas of a perfect paradise than
any other place on earth.—Irving.
—With both the alligator and the
crocodile the tail Is the most formid-
able weapon. One stroke, fairly de-
livered, will break the legs of the
Wcnk ns a Cat
Is a bad simile, for tho eat is a very muscu-
lar animal for its sir.o. But to bo as weak
as a convalescent, after a wasting and pro-
tracted disease is to be weak indeed, r*i'th-
ing In tho wav of a tonic promotes conval-
escence, hastens a >raii> m strength, like
Hostettcr's Stomach Hitters. It increase*
appetite, helps digestion and induces sleep.
Nervous invalids derive from it unspeaka-
ble benefit, it cures malaria, rheumatism,
▲ftkb the Fight. — First Philistine—
"Goliath had no business to tight, anyway.
He was out of condition.'' Second Philis-
tine—"Yos, didn't expect it to come off for
live years. Did you nave much on it?"—
It is the business of the newspaper editor
to ••make a long story short."—Texas Sift-
"Tiibuk was a lovely lot of fellows down
st tho beach," said Jcanctte. "Whv didn't
you come homo engaged, then}" asked lici
friend. "1 did; that's my engagement
ring." "Why. mv dear, Just let me con-
gratulate you. Which of the men is ltl"
"it's all of m They clubbed together ana
bought this solitaire."—Harper's Bazar.
A Child Enjoys
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and sooth-
ing effect of Syrup of Figs, when in need of
a laxative, and if the father or mother be
costive or bilious, the most gratifying re-
sults follow its use; so that it is-the best
family remedy known and every family
should have a'bottle.
5 00 (Tft 5 7S
4 45 A fi 85
4 at 4
2 mi at 2 70
2 NI a 2 ra
2 00 <a 2
8 60 (ill 10 00
7 00 (ft Irt 00
u oo at, 11 ro
New York. Dec. 4.1K>I
CATTLR-Native Steers 1 4 00 & 6 28
COTTON Middling (ft 6
n.< >UR Winter Wheat 2 <ft 3 ift
\V 11 MAT No. -J I ted :
OATS -No. 2 33V* M
PORK—New Mess 13 51 ® 14 00
SHK EP -Fair to Choice
Fancy to Extra do
WH HAT—No. i Red Winter.
CORN No. 2 Mixed
RYE No. 2
TOBACCO - Lugs
BUTTER Choice Dairy It
PORK Standard Mess (New). 12 37
LARD—Prime Steam (ft
CATTLE -Shipping 4 00 (ft « B0
HOOS -Fair to Choice 4 20 (ft 4 0
SHEEP-Fair to Choice 2 fiO (ft 3 00
FLOUR—Winter Patents 2 .VI (ft 2 70
Spring Patents 8 10 Kb 8 80
WHEAT-No. 2 Spring W'i'ft #>S
No. 2 Rod M.V& Wi'a
CORN-No. 2 <7
OATS—No. 2 ft 29*4"
PORIv—Mess (new) 12 12tt@ 12 25
CATTLE—Shipping Steers.... 8 25
Iioc.s All erodes 4 00
WHEAT No.2 Red
CORN-No. 2 41W
FLOlJ R-H Igh (5 rado 2 B0
CORN -No. 2 60
OATS—Western ft 37
HAY- Choice 15 BO ft 1« 00
PORK -New Mess (ft 13 00
BACON—Sides (ft 7*
COTTON—Middling 5)4 ft 6*
WHEAT-No. 2 Red 53 (ft M'<
CORN No. 2 Mixed (car) U (ft 45*fc
OATS-No. 2 Mixed 32 ft 38
PORK New Mess 12 51 (ft 13 00
BACON—Cloar Rib 7* •«. 7*
COTTON—Middling ^ 544
Ethel—"How did you like the play last
nightf" Maud—"Cfhl above everything.
Harry was with me, and you know what
company he i« I Well there was nothing
whatever in the play to distract my niton
tion, and I Just reveled in Harry's conver-
Double tho Quantity, Same Price.
Such is the highly important change made
by the proprietors of that standard remedy.
Perry Davis' Pain-Killer, for internal and
external use. This will bo very acceptable
to the public, and will doubtless result in a
largely increased demand for this justly
"Dah's ono respcck," said Uncle Ebon,
"in which cr man is boun' to beginerous.
He kaln't mek troublo foh hisse'f wifout
gibbiu' somebody else a share in it."—
Ilsll's C atarrh Cure
Is a Constitutional Cure. Prico 75a
The phonograph is something like the
dude in that although It has no braius it
After six years' suffering, I was cured by
Piso's ('tire. Maby Thomson, Ohio
Ave., Allegheny, Pa., March l'J, '1)4.
For Durability,Economy and for
General blacking is uneoualledl
Has ah Annual Sale of 3.oootons.
WE ALSO MANUFACTURE TH1
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MAKES NO OUST. IN 58.10 CENT TIN BOXES,
i r£ only perfect Paste:
Morse Bros.PRofs. Canton,Mass.
You wnnt an Organ. Of course
You want the liEST. The
MASON & HAMLIN t«woa
At All Important
World's Fairs since
that of Paris, 1867, in-
and is absolutely
XV If your local
dealer docs not sell
cur I'inuo* and
Orgnn*, we will
send on approval
direct from factory,
to responsible par*
ties, at our expense.
Write fur particular*
New Style* «t Popular Trices Just out.
Sold on our Easy Payment Plan or Brn e4
until purchn«cd. Catalogues free.
MASON ft HAMLIN ORGAN ft PIANO CO..
BOSTON, NEW YORK, CUICAQO. KANSAS C1T*.
What is thereto Compare With It
i'rom a liCpal Docnnietit.--"His only fault
Is that he has 110 money; hut it 111 list be added
In extenuation that no never had any."—
A Po*r. in Time Raves Nine of Hale's
Honey of Horehound and Tar for Coughs.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure In ono minute.
Lovb never bestows a burden that Is
/ Buffered IcrrilAy front
roaring fn my head during
an attack of catarrh, and
becaxue very deaf, wed Ely\
Cream Balm and <n three
week* could hear 04 well at
ever.—A. K. A'ctcman, Gra-
1,250,230 IN USE!!
[t Beats All Other Plow Records
Over two Hundred Thousand sold in the year 1892,
and orders come in thicker and faster every day. The
Oliver is made of the best metal on earth, the genuine
Oliver Chilled metal. 1 he Oliver is more economi-
cal than any other Plow■ li is fitted with the best bha,re
on earth, the famous Oliver Slip Nose share. See that
uou sfet the original and only Oliver, made by the Oli-
ver Chilled Plow Works. If your merchant does not
carry the "Oliver" you can obtain the same from
Atkinson Hardware Company.
General Distributing Agent for Western Ark. and In-
dian Territory, Fort Smith, Ark-
For Sale by THOMAS BROS., Talihina. I T
Q KAUr/AAN, E. ADLCF., J. A. JOEL
ELY'S CREAM BALM
OponnsndcIrnnM's tlio Nnwil Pshbsrcs, AllsysPsIa
uiul liirtaiuiiintloii. Ilonl* tho Korea. Protects the
Mtimlirnno from cold*. lti>*tore the Senses of racta
smISmoll. Tho Balm Isqulckly absorbodsndgl ea
relief at once.
A particle l« applied Into each nostril and Isauroe-
able. Price fiO cent* at Druggist* or by mall.
KLY IIHOT 11 Kits, 5fi Warren Street, New \ork.
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SHUT I LcOi ."end tor wholesale prtee
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irs AM I THIB I'iHI'. IW7 «! • ,,rt*
ST. JACOBS OIL
A CHANCE TO
8t will give you a chance to CO TO WORK CUICSSJ-#
Cotton Compresa I turned.
Birmingham, iAla., Dec. 1.—The
Birmingham cotton compress, owned
bv luman & C >., was burned Thursday
night, with 000 bales of cotton.
AN UNSUCCESSFUL BIDDER
Oil thu Little Kork Army I'o.t Htilltllng!
Little Rocs, Ark., Dec. 1.—S. P.
Howie, who came here with Lipcott
& Gregg, contractors of Sault Nte.
Marie, Mich., and unsuccessful bidden
on the new army post, committed sui-
cide this morning. He went to a rub-
bish pile in tho rear of the Odd Fel-
lows' building and shot hiinscll
through the heart. He left a letter
stating that hl wife lived at Cheboy-
gan, Mich.; lltul.ht: was uuable to ol
tain work and had licltcr be dead.
Only Canadian Onnlmelon. Tor II
Waniiixoton, Dec. 1.— Because the
United States government makes ex-
press stipulation that Its contracts for
public works shall only bo given to
United Stati.* c'tizens, it is proposed
that the Dominion government pnsi
legislation at the next session making
it compulsory that oil contractor* (or
Canadian public works must be British
lulijects, this restriction to Inopera-
tive!* long as the United .States dis-
wiraiuates ag&iset Uritiftb contracts!*
People who Ret the greatest
degree of comfort and real en-
joyment out of life, arc those
who make the most out
of their opportunities.
~ Quick perception and
good judgment, lead such
promptly to adopt and
nake use of those refined
and improved products of
modern inventive genius
which best serve the
needs of their physical
, being. Accordingly,
/,\\ the most intelligent
and progressive people
are found t<> employ
the most refined and
perfect laxative to reg-
ulate and tone up the
\ stomach, liver, and
bowels, when in need
of such an agent—hence the great popularity
of Dr. l'icrce's Pleasant Pellets. These are
made from the purest, most refined aud
concentrated vegetable extracts, and from
forty-two to forty-four arc contained in
each vial, which is sold at tlic same price
as the cheaper made and more ordinary
pills found in the market. In curative vir-
tues, there is no comparison to be made be-
tween theui and the ordinary pills, as any
one may easily learn by sending for a free
sample, (four to seven doses) of the Pel-
lets. which will be sent on receipt of name
and address on a postal card.
ONCI l nijTIICY ARE ALWAYS IN FAVOR.
The Pellets cure biliousness, sick and
bilious headache, dizziness, costivcncss, or
constipation, sour stomach lossof appetite,
coated tongue, indigestion, or dyspepsia,
windy bclcuings, '•heart-burn, ' pain and
distress after eating, and kindred derange-
ments of the liver, stomach and bowels.
Put up in glass vials, therefore always
fresh and reliable. One little "Pellet"
is a laxative, two are mildly cathartic.
As a "dinner pill," to promote digestion,
take one each aay after dinner. To relieve
distress from over-eating, they arc un
equaled. They are tiny, sugar-coated
granule*; any child will readily take them
Accept no substitute that maybe recora
mended to be "just as good." It mav he
better for the dealer, because of paying him
a better profit, but he is not the one who
needs help. Address for free sample,
World's Dispensary Medical Asso-
ciation, 663 Main Street,Buffalo, N. Y.
for the housekeeper
when Pearline gets
left. Take Pearline from
washing and cleaning and
nothing remains but
hard work. It
shows in the
things that are
washed";"it tells on the woman who washes. Pearline saves
work, and works safely. It leaves nothing undone th^t you
want done well; what it leaves undone, it ought not to do.
1 ""J _ _ Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you 'this
I is as good as " or " the same as Pearline.' I T S t ALSE—
\ V eli Pearline is never peddled, and >^o«*ffroccr sends yoya
something in place of Pearline, do the honest thing—W it back. jAMfc.b i \ ll, n. *.
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This is the most nourishing food known to scienoo. It en-
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makes babies fat and gives more nourishment to growing
children than ull tho rest of the food they eat.
Scott's Emulsion has boen prescribed by physicians for
twenty years for Eickets, Marasmus, Wasting Diaeasas of Children,
Doughs, Golds, Weak Lungs, Emaciation and Consumption.
Smdfor pumpkin oil Scott'1 Emultion. FREE.
Scott * Bowne, N. Y. All Druggist*. 50 cents and $1.
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Hern use, ore tho largest manufactorers of
thlagr*<lsof phnon In the worlil,an<ljruarantee their
Yalue by stamping tlio name and pries on ths
bottom, which protect yoti nKslnnt high price* aud
tbe middleman's prt.ilts. Our ahoea equal ouatom
work In atyle, eoRr Acting and wearing qualities.
Wahare them sold every where at lower prle«sfor
ths valuo Rlren than auy other make. Tnko no sub-
stitute. If your dealer cannot aupply you, ws
tVIIRN UUIilMI TO A.lVKKTISKK* PLEA«1
amic that j -ti aaw tha AdverlUsaisst Is this
Anil Dealer* 111
Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks,
Watches, Silverware, Spec-
tacles, Gold Pens Etc.
Don't eend away after goode'and
get humbugged and swindled, as a
great many do. We can sell you
goods for lexs money at home.
Our goods are of the beet quail
I ty and latest Btyles, and warran-
ted aa represented by u*. All or
I ders sent us by mail, or otherwise,
will receive prompt attention. We
do first-class work on watches,
clocks and jewelry and warra nl
it. All goods sold will be eugrar
ed freo of charge.
us* Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange for Goods.
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Grandy, B. F. The Talihina News. (Talihina, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 6, 1894, newspaper, December 6, 1894; Talihina, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc137194/m1/4/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.