Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 11, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 27, 1884 Page: 3 of 4
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rlsita Indian. Territory.
MEct overSKerler. grocery
ere vmrta I- T.
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See iritk Pr. S. J. Thompson.
Ykita I. T.
aUaiffoii. to Federal Court
' tallvferro. x. h. tabor.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
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necil atteotioa rivea to Federal
DO YOU KM0W
I :ikEd TlTf: SMC Ixat Fine Cut Chcrr-
reJow SJTCFW an tte et aad cheapest.
I J.G.Caaa. X.-Seir. XAOTtntreet.
CASK 3T1 IT ART fYOSTREET
Stock Cwmiiiiga MerekBte.
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CATTiS. HOCS AND SHEEP.
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fir '! ihnortjrtfrr' nf Ttm Stack Iwj-s In s
taneesattrttWBifcegtoaB4ctf tte Stock
Txnl are a Beef Cmnlsc Gocxpcaj- with a
pctqrf-slcsBlBeng MM tend of attia
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1. ETery railroad eateriajr St. Louis
IS directly xnoEiaiy xo uiese yams.
2. Texae shippers ie informed that
connection -vita these yards from the
Iron MoaaUiH i Southern railroad can
bemadeTTithoat cost and with much
less shriakage than to any other.
3. "These vards have the peculiar ad-
Tantage of beinjr. located on the St.
Lotria dte of the river from which
five hna4re thousand people draw
4. Every packing house utSt-Xoois
has a recolar buyer stationed here.
Bayers of cattle hogs and sheep both
"for the-home market and eastern ship-
ment are at all timee represented.
fn 1 :.a . mtmnt- im innmfh ltfrr
r 41 i.lwanh siKa anil nffifronn
-feaieaceforstockmen on tbepremises
Secretary and Treasurer. 1 -
I acre cattle In Txio prt of the C&eroke
3iUmao8ie onaded on bolh !dcm.
.othen branded O on BH rift le and
Delewarc DIsL n. N.
Grand Biver Indian Territory.
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Postoffice Adair I. T.
f Swallow-ftnt and
fp enderbit In rlcbt ear
T nnderalope In len.
BBBaBSlM Jtanse On rryon
and in tMaelBJj-
l h- Uisonl
nwtw ra bnuilt
.ange ra ir-
on cm. J"
mile couth of
raUroad E Jt Hurt.
ereman tnoaxeab i
Postofficc SiiaU k Ind. Tc
tTM tinnd Al!9f OS
lrit iJsonJder 1anc
catt'e bare additional
brand of bar u lrit
low Variona old mark;
ind liranda Sone mid
mlr for Wpn
Kaore oa liominr
House moving has began.
A drenching rain fell here last Fri-
Thanksgirins ia here and Christmas
soon will be.
Oar stores close to-day from sine to
Partake of the Congregational
Will Chamberiin advertises for a
doicn live "wild turkeys.
Streeper's dramatic company hare
bees in town some days.
W.d. Clark of Choatean was ad-
mitted to the bar at Port Smith this
As-et the weather has not been cold
enough to even retard building in this
Oar nctf "Worcester Academy build-
ing is tho next improvement of note
William little & Co. have just put
in a new ton-and-a-half Hosier safe
and a daisy it is.
Ton cannot afford to get Tnants
pirinn- dinr.r this Tear. Dine' at
Green's new store-
If you have not already put your or-
chard in shape for wintcr.it is time
you were doing so.
Prof. Cundall has7gone toSt. Louis
and Charley Bobinson to Carthage to
ilisaDina Bluejacket goes- to Deni-
son this week to spend the wintcrina
first-class millinery house.
The shooting mateh to take place ia
this town next woek is certain to pro-
vide any quantity of sport.
Hcmerabcr the poor to-day. and do
what yon can to assist them and give
them cause to be thankful.
Tramps-are growing very numerous
in this town just about now and 'cold
rituals" are in strong demand.
The Springfield and Northern a
branch of the Frisco will not be ex-
tended beyond Bolivar this season.
The directors of the Worcester acad-
emy have been authorized by telegraph
tliss week ta proceed with the work of
A bill passed by the Senate author-
ising Henry Efiert to construct tele-
phone aad telegraph lines was killed
in the house.
Tho claims for damages against the
Nation by reason of sale of certain
cattle bv the sheriff have been re-
Walter By waters returned last Tues
day from a visit to his old home in
Texas. Business he reports as very
dull in that state
The fellow with his fence advertising
scheme did not seem to "catch on."
When a town has a newspaper they
are not likely to be caught in this man
One of Coot's teams became fright-
ened at a locomotive laft Monday
morning and in an attempting to stop
them tho owner had a knee badly
bruised. Other than-this no damage
l A;ii;n TV Ram Ikis beoc an-
pointed aad confirmed a member of th 1
national board of education in place ot
IL L. Owea. Who term has expire!.
The appoints isalone and wi.
meet general approval.
A number of the Black Beb Shew-
nees living in this vicinity have been
receiving payawnts oa their formerJ
homes in Johnson county Kas. These
claims have been outstanding far
years and it is not probable are now
beins equitably settled.
Hailwat Cnuturs. The Missonri
PariEe Has recently secured the serv-
ices of Joe Lyon to act as its chief Kan-
sas Citypassenermanin place of li.X.
Garland who has gone to the Wabash
company. Mr. Lyon was for seventeen
years in the employ of the "Bee Line"
and is recognized as one of the most
enterpnsing passengermen ia the west.
.iBOLXsnED. The citizenship court
has been abolished bv a bill originat-
ing in the senate. It was this branch
of oar legislature which last week de-
feated a similar bill was intro-
duced in the tower house. In the fu-
ture it is probable claims for citizen-
ship will be passed upon in the circuit
court. The change is generally accept
ed as a good one.
Crrr Eurnos.-Our city election oc-
curs next Monday. Following are the
two tickets as they were printed in this
office: "Peoples Popular xicicet for
Mavor W. L. Trott- For Councilmen
L W.BufSngton J. W. Skinner W.
C. Chamberiin Claude Sheltcn T. r .
Thompson." "Independent ncKei
We belong to no rins or clique out
are for the interest of the people.
For Mayor Geo. W. Franklin. For
Councilmen John Swain Frsnk Allen
Henry Drew George "W Lu-ky Thom-
as Blcejackct." The CiiisyrAix hopes
to see an "honest election and fair
Yost East Doubtless there are many
of our people who would like to enjoy
an old fashioned Thanksgiving dinner
Knf An nnt Tinalt tn nnnnn it- For
their comfort and convenience chiefly
Uie ladies of the Congregational
church have undertaken to provide.
In Mr. Green's new store west room
nf tfm rTnndrknontz block a dinner
iik...i. r.i in thi. pveninsr ;
which will tempt the appetites of a
Hilt ITU Ct.t ItM r ww - ct
dyspeptic Oysters and in fact every
luxury obtainable will be spread ujon
the tables and the feast wilt becontin-
ued nntil all are satisfied. A fish
pond fortune tree and an abnnilanee
of good mufcic will contribute to Ihe
oacasi.m. No admittance will
are the rating prices on the tewting
.. i. E-ir.- e ai . i.utuin!. nmt-
eiKpivn. iw m . r ...-- r-
cut J2-7.5; bnckwheat. $S ; earn meal.
70 rents; Irish tntees best 8c per !
bnsbel; sweet OSr oskms f IJS; tnr-
nips 25c; eabbac5eents per pound:
apples COc. per bntbel; hatter cream-
ery 30 cent a; local manufacture -k- .
eggs-per doaen 29c; rhiclf . - l.e.
20c; tarkeys 75c; wild tarsevs 00. .
prairie ehickens 30c; qnail $J X) p r
dozen; wild decks Ultc; beet J1 '
i2c pork SlOc : baeoa lie; hams.
15c- lard lie; sorghum per gallon
Xr . mincemeat i-'c en "V It is
somewhat difficult ta understand wh.r
in a stock coontrv fresh meat should
be so htgb.
The Frisco has recently let contracts
to parties in Springfield for castings
which will cost in the aggregate 25000
within tho year.
W.A.Vernon and Georgia A- Frund
of Neosho were married last Monday
at the Frisco hotel in this city by Kov-
In nearly every local newspaper is an
account of house-breaking and robbery
during the democratic jollification.
This looks badly for the republicans.
The border papers of Kansas fre-
quently complain of the manner in
which some of the Territory boys be-
have when thej come to town. The
Territory trade seems to be highly ac-
ceptable to these same towns it may be
The Santa Fe and Frii-co roads are
making preparations to buikl a large
nnion depot at Wichita Kansas.
The depot is to be erected east of the
present Santa Fe depot and will be an
immense affair. Work will begin at
the carlsst possible day.
Tns Banquet. Oar friends who at-
tended the Eteckmens' banquet at St.
Louis last week report it to have been
a very elaborate "spread.-" Champagne
flowed like water; nnd tho feast con-
tinued from eight o'clock in the even-
ing nntil one o'clock in the morning.
We believe all of the boys survived
and have reached home. .
A reward of $160 is offered for the
arrest of C. C. Smith who attempted
on the 10th inst. to assassinate 11. J.
Cummins a worthy citizen of Xewton
countv Missouri. Smith is about -15
years of age chunky bailt light com
plexion whiskers on lower side of his
face and a plain scar between his eye
brows running down into one cheek.
Some davs aso three men and a
boy went to Sherman and sold a load
of cotton. They then get drunk and
when Policeman Melton attempted to
arrest them thev killed him. The
sheriff quickly organiied a posse and J
startded in pursuit. A right ensued
resulting in the killing of two men
father and son named Acres the
wounding of tho bey and arrest of the
It is not often that a thief will steal
anything he can't carry ; but latweek
the rule was broken and Mime one stole
a-cotnplote mowing machine a short
distance above this place. The owner
had left the machine near a public
road and seme one actually took it.
apart and hauled it away. A reward
ef S25 is offered fer the retrn of the I
machine or $S3 for the machine and
the man who stole it.
Fort Smith and eevoral towns in
Kansas are making extraordinary and I
Leorabic.d efforts to navigate the. Hr- j
kausas. Should they succeed it trill i
prove a gieat benefit to many of oar
Territory tow is. Tpbft just xmtt of;
us at the cros-iing ol the 'Frisco rail-
road woukl jat boom with business.
It costs one dollar to ship a barrel of
fletir by rail ftow Arkansas City to
Fort Smith. The eoot by steamboat
would be forty eeots.
The programme of the train-robbing
scheme at Gran by recently frustrated
was to cut the telegraph wires in two
places jast weM of tlmt station. Thea
when the train backet down toix
" robbra "
and kill the engineer end express mes
to?1 "". V f i
Cl AHC w w;. -.a ... ...w j
disappointment of the officers who
were oa the train only two ef the rub-
bers were oa the ground. These u ere
arraoted and are now in ctiatody.
FoatSisrrK Cockt. The grand jury
has been dfocharged after brinrinp in
s4ity-8ve indictments. The Kay and
Meadows marder tciate had not been
concluded at last reports. These are
the parties who killed a colored man
on the Albert- place tome time since.
The jury in the case of Geo. Walker
larceny failed to acroe and was dis-
charged. The case of Robert Colbert
larceny rosnlted in a verdict of guilty.
Gideon I). Beavers entered a plea of
guilty to the charge ol larceny and
was sentenced to one year in the pen
Two Kilusos Sumner County
Kansas has just been indulging in the
extravagance of two killings. At Belle
Piaineontbel2th John Wallen the
city marshal shot and killed John C.
Crouch with little or no provication.
Wallen was i hard character and had
been selected for the place to do some
rough work. He will in all probability
be convicted on the eharge of murder.
On the loHowing Satnrday Oscar
Thomas a cow boy was killed at Cald-
well by City Marshal Philnps and his
deputy while resisting arrest. A cor-
oner's jury found the killing justifiable
Our Honorable Chief Busyboad has
issued a proclamation requesting the
Cherokee Nation to unite in the gener-
al day of Thanksgiving. The follow-
ing is an extract from the proclama-
tion: Let the Cherokee rejoice In
their security material prosperity
health and social happiness making
it a day of pleasant amily reunions
renewing ties ef friendship reatembor-
ing generously the ioor and unferta-
nt nnd nraviBC. that as at this time
we gratclitlly render at the sameal
ter with our whiter and stronger broth-
ers our common thank to God they
mav remember that He will deal mer-
J cifolly and kindly with them as they
show maenaniwity and justice to their
weaker brotaern over wnose uvea aim
pro-party they eseetae an earthly guar-
dianship. A Xbw Distwct. Them has been in-
trodaeed in the ten ate a Mil providing
for the ektabliahihs of a new dfetrict
whkrh.t4iall include Vinita within its
limits and making this town the seat
nf Government. The territory to be
embraced te all that part of Deteware
district north of I. rand river as far
dotrn as the Orch-.u V-vlntti. From
heretheliaeraaettt't 1 Clem llufxrs
and tt-en up Ver ii-r.- to the Kansas
liae. beaator IL.-Uider 'of Dele-
ware is- author of the hill and that lie
may ciict-tred in stearins its passage is
cvrtainly t" he h-d. There U ho
ar!h njrin mhy initj the largMt
town 'a ;hf Latiun ahooM bo oat ia
fu by a l -'nut liae. making it Becas-
sar. fur oar peojrfe to attend court
hotines sixty miles apart. The coubti-
intion provides for another district
aad as the two from which it is pro-
rrjsr J to f jna a new one are cnUrclv
too large csiwrd should certainly coaie
to rur relief.
It is now fashionable to speak of the
night-robe as a nap sack.
Grenola Revenue Collector Guy'a
town is in want of a larger colored
population according to the local pa
While the citizens of Fort Smith were
interested in the democratic ratifica-
tion some rogues were busily engaged
"going through" private houses. Sev-
eral houses were entered and money
and valuables taken. The largest sum
lost was taken from Mr. E. Shram dry
goods dealer. Tie had about $G00 in
his pocket and some rogue slipped into
his bed room and stole the money from
his purse. Careful investigation has
tailed so far to ferret out the perpe
That CnicKASAWtiGnT. There ap
pears to be another version of Marshal
Mention's recent fignt in the Chicka-
saw Nation or that of his posse.
The D cnif on Gazetteer sars: Two weeks
ago we published an account of a fight
between some Indian ont-Iaws and a
posse of Mershon's men about thirty
miles west of here in which Bud Puss-
ley lost his life. We publish the ac-
count of the fight as given us by Mr.
Pound the leader of the posstf. The
fight took place at old man Laison's
or rather Laison Pistokchaah's. The
old man was killed and his son
(reported k.lled) badly wounded. Old
man Pistokchaah is said to have been
an unoffending citizen and neither he
nor his son was wanted by tho officers.
The posse who precipitated the fight
which ended so fatally arc severely
criticised for so doing. About a year
ago the same parties went to Pistol;.
chaah's bouse got up a fight and kill-
ed one of his small boys. If the last
version of the late fight is correct
then sorely adequate punishment
should be dealt out to the responsible
A Boy's Seiuiox. Let me prcaehyou
a little sermon my fellow boys iou
know it is easier to preach than to
practice ao I preach. My subject is
"Examine YourselL" (1) Get away
from a crowd a little while every day.
Stand to one side and let the world run
by while you get acquainted with your-
self and what kind of a fellow you are.
Atk yourself questions about yourself.
(2) See if you are really the kind of a
boy people sav you are. Find out if
you are always honest; if you always
tell the square truth; if your life is as
good and upright at night provided
you arc awake as at noon; if you arc
as sound a temperance boy on a fishing
excursion as you arc in Sunday school; J
if yon arc as good a boy when yon go
to the city as yon are at home; if in
fhort you arc the sort of a yonng man
ynar father hopes you are your moth-
er says you arc yoursweetheart thinks
you are. (3). Get on intimate terms
with yourself my boy; and believe me
every time you come out
from these 1
private interviews you will be a strong-
er better and pnrer man. Finally
don't forget this and it will do you
The Foot Races. By the following
item from the $.daha Bazoo it will be
seen that one ef the visitors at our
late fair has been in bail business:
"Tlie police yoelenlay received a tele-
gram asking then to keep a look-out
for a nan named C. A. Uassot who is
wanted at Sheldon Mo. on a charge
of coistuitting a rape on a young girl
named Ka.e Dewese on Mon lay last.
Basaet is a loot racer by profession
and is well known among the sporting
ftatornity in this city he having ran
several races hare during the last fair
all of which he won. He is described
as a lew heavy bet man with a dark
moustache about 33 years of age and
has but one arm his left one being otT
at the shonlder."
Last Saturday evening Basset came
to this town on a freight train from
Peiree City and .next day was arrested
by Herb Cox deputy marshal. He de-
clared the a&air for which he was want-
ed amounted to nothing bat still be
was kept in custody. Monday fore
noon while standing with his captor
at the depot Basset jumped upon a
moving freight train on the Missouri
Pacific Once the train was stopped
but before the fellow could be secured
it again started and he was carried otf.
A number of persons was standing on
the platform and it would thus have
Iveen dangerous for the officer to have
used his revolver.
Cranborries at Balantine's.
Window glass at Raymond's.
Oranges and Lemons at Ealen-
tine's. Furniture bv the car load in the
opera house block.
A splendid line of coal and wood
besting atovos at Raymond's.
Furniture at Raymond & Go's.
Cod fish and Moccarono just ar-
rived at II. Bolentine s.
Money is easier to move than
merchandise Go to Green's.
China Iiors 40 cents per bead
ration & Co's. drug store.
Try Roman Fever Drops a rad-
ical cure for fever and ague.
Ha pie Sugar and Maple Syrup
pure and froh at 11. Rale ntme's.
Prescriptions carefully coin-
pounded at Patton & Co's. drug
Make your children happy by
getting eliristtnas gifts at less than
cost at Raymond's.
Goods were never sold in Yinita
as cheaply aa Green is selling
going to move you Know.
Try Cardinal liniment an unox-1
celled remedy lor an iMuns ami
I i- . 0.1.1 L.. r... ?. r.
acnes. &mu u) i- mw iv. v.
I Trv that Jlay Itloasom Tea "put
! up in air tight pound packages
OlllV iJUCIA. n Jfuuim 31 uuimuini sj.
Trv Roman Catimrtic Pills the
Kreat liver regulatot. blood purifier
to Iwir inln liv h mzee t Go.
If yon wish to know the wholesale
nri nf nneanstvare stcn into
'Green's. Everything in this line
' at cost.
I Large quantities of game bides
and furs arc daily pure based by
Frank ttooth. Highest price al-
Cleveland is Elected
By a Small Majority
Winter is not Over
By a Large Majority.
Anticipating these calamities
we have just returned from the
Eastern markets with a full line of
such as Stoves Shot-guns Sis:-
shooters Winchesters Ammuni-
tion and a fall carload of
which we will
Live Wild Turkeys "Wanted:
W. C. Chamberiin at the postofiicc
wants a dozen live wild turkeys
four gobhler-5 and eight hens. Will
pav $3. per pair and to a person
furnishing all will do better than
Next woek look for Raymond it
Co. list of goods that will bo sold
at one half cost They say must be
closed out at some price.
If you have an idea it does not
pay to hunt go and consult Frank
Booth and learn prices he is paying
for game and furs. Anyone who
cannot make tip top waj-es at tli2
price he pays is a mighty poor
Advertised List or Letters.
"The folIowtBg 1 a ttot ofletterm rrroUninK In
tbe VlnltapOitoaifJBrliiR the month r Oc-
tober 1S-4 aad prrMiu railing for tame are
rrqnettcd to iy "AiHertUai XaTnbr6th:"
Anilrrirs G F.;
Andrl B D.;
linwa Mar;rat L. ;
r.radlMd. C. L.C.;
Huitm W J.;
Bread Samnel; "
llarlCB JaeJ. B;
Banarr Wra I..;
CUrgHe. F. M.;
Heaatag.J. B. W.;
Jabsea. B. r
MclMnaM. Wm. ;
Maaaey. Jamn !.;
MU-. Xn. Moilie;
Rlesarda J. P ;
BaMaam. W. L :
UaMnaan. Sarah Jane.S
Kfm. Mlu.V. B.;
Skerwlc. C. A.;
Statt. Mr. C. W ;
Tbmrn. Uarid G ;
CnaMBcaLarx. P JS
Cooler J L.;
Drany. WIIHe L-;
Edward. It. 11.;
GlIlUpl. J. ir.
Harris Mr. Nanrr;
Harper J. II.;
Mcjrrs V. C;
Miller H S.;
Itatt W. D. ;
Oaltoa Mtea Annie;
Sonle. II V.;
eyutrc. R. T. ;
StBtarillc; Mn. Mary;
Ward II. B.
J. AV. WILKERSON" Pnortt.
Commercial men will find It ta their Interest
to Rive me a call.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
One Dollar Per Year.
Th Largost Sett ami Cheapest
Wee&iyXMipGpcr in the "World.
1 Dailv. per rear
JJemi-AVeekly per year. ...
Postmasters and News Dealers
will receive your subs ription or
GLOBE PRINTING CO.
St. Louis Mo.
1 Send for tampk fj?y 13
sell at Bottom
The Hardware Han ' .
FARM FfJR RENT.
I have for rent to a suitable party
with jilenlt' of teams one of the best
places in the Xation. There are 115
acres of ralley land fenced and under
a thorough state of cultivation a
good bearing orchard three room
house stables corrals and plenty of
water. The place is in a good neigh-
borhood with school andbutsix and
a half miles from Vinita. I desire to
rent to some one who will take an in-
terett in keeping the farm in good
condition and will make it an ob
ject for him to do so.
W. C. CHA.UBERLIX
At-Postnjice Vinita I. T.
First class iron fork "Swain
tree cow bov saddles lair or
black leather only SIS.
R M S W AS?
Orpo?iTa Sax Fn.vxcisco IIoiel
Visita Ixd. Teb.
snouxj) SUBSCRIBE roK
TKE KANSAS GiTY
Each Isino contain a specially edited
Farm Department The Parai Circle
Letter Box Serial Storiest and IHiutra-
:ion of current aventa besides the lat'Sit
and but Home Muccllany Price Sl.tOa
year. rvUnastr aro authorized to re-
ceiTO ubtcritions. Send fcr prcmiota
THE DATLT TIMES
fi the enly Democratic papvr west of St.
Louis nublishinr the full V crti
ted l'ress Dispatches. Price
Kansas City Jlo.
Cures nothing else but PILES. Blind
Bleeding Itching and Illdden Tiles it
1VILL CERTAINLY CURE.
A Irisl will convince the meet skcpticaL
Ask your Bros
Tts jreaJ TVTT 'PrT.TVU fit U the jaotra-
ctiatia; oflH UoizwsU. Corel liherrnntlffm
Jfearaleia Scro Throat Cronr. Palna aad."
Achca orrrCTymtsre. EVTSVZ SIOHTZtt
anoUaa'raabx'tlcasU'sin sne tastaat Eef ia
cua cf UHOTTP.
Utietitat COTJGEEEIEDY. Ithaiitood
TTTP! TEST OP ITATtfl
aad is capias popuiariT "-T &y Ak joor
Drati A be loow iu mperiont? acU tU a4roe
' rTMsfTiact2mSOAXfcdIf'02 Odu-
. Sm' KTSV
The Business Center
-I HAVE AS-
ON GRAKD RIVER FOUR MILES
EAST OF CHOUTEAU.
Tlie Stock of Dry Goods Clothing ISTotionsry
BCats Gxoceries Queeusware Tinware
Cutlery Saddlery 33oots and Slioesy
Always Complete and Sold at Lowest Prices1.
GRAY EL0UR:ra& & SAW MILL
I have purchased this mill
IP. 0 Chotiteaxi
JOBDS" J. GAGjB
OLARSMORE I. T.
M I 1
Patent Medicines Stoves
The Gele'oralerJ llitcbsy Boliei Mill
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
Goods in our line First Class and Privs Vehy Low at all tirces".
VHITA LUMBSE YARD
"W. lu TBOTT Proprietor.
WHl Yes eer.tanl!r oa hand a iropplr or bota Katlro ami Xorthcra Plae Lumber. Ao Saw.
ri Ucnrs. Sash. DUkU. Moulliafs. Etc. TSeXaCToWacbeyraaippcd Iroa tie CHoeto
K'aUonb first 4uautr- OttBElCs bOUCITUD
OFFICE A5D YARDS OX ILLINOIS AYENUE
7SO D0033 H! OP CSTZTXAUT OTZZCZ VTSZTA.
OiiS. KEBES Preset TAll TTita Sfj sad Trcasc.
rnopniETOBS op the
SENEGA BOILER. MILLS
SEFJEGA NEWTON CO. MO.
Highest Casli Price Paid for All Grades ofWheat
Orfcrs for FtODR I5K1X aatj SHirSTUFFS PwapUj JLUea&d ta.
F. B0CT.EI?. SapcrinteiMand Business Saogtr SENEGA MO.
BOOT AND HOB MAKER:
Ladies' sad Gsslhsea's Fuw S!ies and Boob a Specialty
- ALL ORDERS PROMPTLT FI'.LI
prade Hercfonl hulls ; one car of Polled
heifers ; 300 hitfli grade tnort-Diwn cows
ROM FEVER DROPS
This is the only and best remedy for
tho radii-al enris of Fever and Aebc
' withont anv injurious re-.nlts to the
! const.tation. This medicine should be
it!ibiiiBirii - ilv a.-corrfinir to directions.
A half-bottie should !te taten every
sewnth day after the last attact of
fever. Skl by
SVL Frazee & Co.
37 1 Vinita 1. T.
Ask yoor Ira6gUt.
Furzes & Co.
Sf . LOEIS & SIX FBISilSSO
Ibe WrortTbtwafc Vnatm Brtwten
IKOIAH TBffi!IORY afii ST. LDS-
Fait Espres Tralas ar Ran Dally.
Chang- or Car.
Thronsa Pullman riiM&ec9tBxCxT'nn
mn ! uT. n ao.it .afne.tMw ST. LOD1S.
' saini- tor -Aii.tjrthia"iprioSorTM'Terr
I JJ'V "' . . .. -fcr.
?tl. Tim- TaM. K. cM nron i .
D. vn5IIAUr General Pasronser Aftnt St 1
r.'W- ROOEB3. Vlco aianXiOaxnti
MaaaBcrrexaFl BuUdta-. St louls Jto.
heifers ; 300 hitfli grade tnort-Diwn cows in call oy iiereioru ana roucu
We are preparetl to mate contracts for future delivery for any nmnDer.
ami t-ee us. IJespectfolly JTosl 3- G3.-trjr Zz Co
5y Hnchesville Pettis Co. .
and am prepared to do a General
- Ind. TerV
Tinware "Wooden "Waro.
JOEL B. GENTRY & CO.
Lccrt Grovs I'ana
(EilitMi!- Xcrthwestof Sedalia'
1 J-0KS A5D Dfc.VUOtS IX
Short-Hsrn Hereford in"
And Denmark Saddle & Harness Horses
tdigr9l Short-horn bolls ; SOOhiph
bulls ; one car of high grade Hereford
in caii oy iiereioru ana roucu uuiis.
These pills trill
be found useful in
all forms of Bilious
pation various Fe-
to Purify the Blood
etc. Fo'r .ale lv
should be on hand
in every household
as it is an excellent
and prompt reme-
Lame Back Tooth-
Swelling! and all
other bodily pains
ard acht s.
For ale by
inita l. 1.
BiBEGT ROUTE EAST
ATA ST. LOUIS.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
PuilniRii Palace Hotel Cars
tbrcragh to St. LouisTia
Direct Eontc West and Saatt
ir est Tia Kansas City.
AT KANSAS ClTY?fSr?S!
w Jieak-o 1 lalUorala ccnaett vita
praw TroteJ or alt Hbcs.
it TflU??nCfenrwctl U Dado
ril M I UmOUtt nxprrx Tram
relets in Kaaa aad ecraala.
T ft '.I i U A Orocect-Vc U mad -arlta
tiam Ifiins to tbe Xorta
1 r CHAXDLETJ Uea. Fasi. Agw.
KlSJfJ- jt 9m ftuXic
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Thompson, S. J. & Milford, M. E. Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 11, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 27, 1884, newspaper, November 27, 1884; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70839/m1/3/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.