Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 11, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 26, 1885 Page: 2 of 4
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rnbllsbed Thnrsilays by
Tt InfoU-i UmmAiK I'niiLMiiiiin CommUt
J'.Tiftimjno & M. K. Xllforri IMItors.
Cukorxss will soon absorb tho
public nttcntlon. The coming ono
is tho long session.
Wis auk glndlo bclicvo that our
renders foci that wc nro rendering
tlicm full vnluo for their money.
Want um A niicrnscopo of suf-
ficient power to reveal ono or two
of tho strong points in tlid chiefs
0 that tcrriblo investigating
committee. Tho way thoso four
senators nnr harrowing up tho souls
of Romo ftlks is nwful tb- contcm-
pinto. Poon Quilikl Phillips; what; a
chango has como o'er tho spirit of
his drenms. In days gone by he
wns tnt-tfecf to talk; now ho is re-
quired to write.
Among tho portraits given in tho
Globe-Democrat of gentlemen nt-
tending tho cnttlomen's convention
wo observe that of Gen. Pleasant
Porter of tho Creek nation.
William Hyde editor of the St.
Louis Republican expects to tako
charge of tho postoffico at thalplaco
on tho first of December. Ho was
appointed some two weeks ago.
Wuat an array of second-hand
side-tracked talent wo havo lying
around to bo sure. WolfLandrum
Ross Ross and Bcngo with Phil-
lips on tho nnxiouB scat. Poor
BuBhy must indeed begin to feel
lonesome and to wondor who comes
"The last issue of tho Chieftain
was n sock-doTnger; hurrah for tho
CmnFTAiNl" writes a friend. Ex-
pressions of this characteralthough
frequently received always mako
us feel proud. Wo arc glad to hear
that our efforts nro appreciated. It
provos an incentive to renewed en-
ergy and produces a moro kindly
feeling for all mankind.
Demoiikst's Magazine for De-
cember brings vividly before us tho
happy season of Christmas. It is
replete with beautiful stories nnd
poems appropriate to that time; in
addition to which there jro other
articles of great merit and utility.
Tho opening article is tho com-
mencement of an interesting serial
by Julian Hnwthorno tho well
known and popular author. Jenny
Juno contributes a paper on
"Women abroad;" and an exceed-
ingly amusing Bketch is entitled
"Joseph and his Brethren." The
household department is unusually
full nnd tho illustrations good.
The frontispiece is an oil picture
entitled "Merry Christmas."
Mn. Boudinot tho new editor of
tho Advocate conies up bright and
Hiniling in his first issuo and Bays:
'If supporting the present admin-
istration docs notajneritils approval
(tho CnurrrAiN's) wc aro sure to
havo a few rounds ere wc arc done."
Our understanding has always been
that instead of supporting tho ad-
ministration it was tho duty of the
Advocate to strive for tho best in-
terests of tho whole Cherokee peo-
ple. Tho new mnn appears how-
aver to bo frank and outspoken.
Should we bo compelled to engage
the gentleman in tho anticipated
"fow rounds" wo hopo his man-
liood will not allow him to fall back
into the pit at the first firo and rave
about "railroads and white men."
News reached Fort Smith of a
terrible tragedy enacted at Sans
Bois last Saturday night. On tho
Dili of March last threo men went
to the houso of Tandy Walker a
citizen of tho nation and attempt-
ed to assassinato him and did
wound him very badly in tho faco.
Tandy said his assailants were the
Fulsorn boys and ho has been
watching for an opportunity to get
rovengo. On Saturday night last
ho entered a room at tho houso of
Lewis Lucas whero ho supposed
tho Fulsorn boys wore sleeping
nnd going up to tho bed fired two
shots into tho body of tho occu-
pants. Imagino his consternation
when ho discovered that he had
killed Mrs. Lucas and wounded a
four-year-old child that was sleep-
ing at its mother's side Ho im-
mediately fled and is probably
Htill at largo and it will be no easy
matter to enpturo him as ho is n
desporaio vharactor nnd a man of
eomo nototUy having a good
many friends us well as enemies.
This tragedy occurred in tho
name houso where Lewis Lucas
husband of the. murdered woman
a fow months ago murdered
Wtiulrrcl Hoyt shooting him
through tho heart while ho ent by
tho fire playing tho flddlo. All tho
jmrtius concerned being citizens of
th territory U:o Unltod Slates
comt litis o jurisdiction in tho
DM? rw! Tandy may nover bo
unLU4 by ! ku Lucns jjj a
daitgenuw man and will prota'Jly
veug th murdf r o hi wife tho
jjppftrittimy that progenia
THIS dHBROKEB NATIONAL
Taiukjuah I T. NoTembrf Jl lsss
A resolution was introduced on
tho 18th in tho senate to invito
Col. Win.' A. Phillips to-address
tho council in joint session upon
matters conneetud with his steward-
ship as Bpoeial agent and s'torney
for tho nation. It was introduced
by Mr. Slophon Tcchoe of So-
quoyah district at tho request
doubtless .of 8omo ono. Mr John
Quntcr of tho snmo district offered
an amendmont that instead of an
invitation to speak ho bo rcquirtd
to mako hifl report in Writing. Tho
amendment was adopted Mr. Tec-
hoo voting for it. Tho 'ouncil
confirmed tho resolution.
THE INVESTIOATINO COMMITTEE.
Tho committee nppointod under
a joint resolution to dotermino on
what account tho $300000 was ap
propriated by congress March 3
1883 wliothcr for other than tho oc-
cupied lands is composed of sena-
Itogcrsand Sarkco-nh. Up to tho
present date only documentary ov-
idenco has been- secured such as
letters reports and authenticated
statements. Enough doubtless has
been obtained to put tho question
boyond eontrovorscy as for what
tho appropriation" was madoandas
hold by tho authorities in Wash-
ington. If the committee's report
does not settle tho question and
satisfy tho pcoplo that Phillips and
his ring have lied about it Secre-
taries Teller and Lamar will prove
in comparison with tho broken
down Kansas politician of much
less authority in matters of their
official business than ho. There
will doubtless bo tho old
squirming and twisting and
cudgeling of brains and explo
rations in search of expedi
ents to counteract tho effect ol
tho committee's report when pub-
lished. THE 8300000 INVESTIGATION.
Tho commilteo is warming up
to its work and pushing tho inves-
tigation vigorously. Every wit-
ness examined adds new interest
to tho matter if not information as
the testimony rendered by those
who were engaged in the fraud go
to prove that they had no excuse
for publishing and maintaining
what they did. Tho committee
will so thoroughly sift the
transaction that they will
probably discover to tho as-
tonishment of themselves and
tho pcoplo generally that tho $22-
500 swindle was not the ultimate
object they had in vlow but merely
an incidental sum picked up by tho
way that led up to moro astonish-
Senator S. II. Mayes chairman
of the committee is of tho canutc
order in moro than ono respect and
is a man overy inch of him firm
faithful and not the least shaky or
uncertain. Tho same win bo said
of the entire committee.
I-HII.LirS I1EFOKE THE COMMITTEE.
This was an expected event
should he remain near and curios-
ity has teen on the alert to know
what ho had to say and upon what
authority ho had declared that tho
8300000 wore for occupied lands.
That he was skillfully evasive and
non-committal is hardly descrip-
tive of the gentleman's antics be-
fore the committee. Like an old
mustang thoroughly skilled in
dodging the noose of a lasso did ho
show himself as every attempt to
commit him to some positive dec-
laration was eo adroitly evaded
that til he said added .nothing to
the investigation. So dexterously
did ho dodgo tho questions in-
tended to horn him in nnd com-
pel him to give direct answers'
that tho commilteo gavo up in
decpair. Ono of tho committee
as a parting salute fired this ques-
tion at him: Did you say when tho
act was pending to accept tho $300-
000 and to executo conveyances of
tho occupied tracts that It would
ho an insult to tho secretary of the
interior if a provision was insert-
ed that the conveyances should
not bo mado unless it was distinct-
ly understood that the sum was a
further payment for tho occupied
lands? "No I said no such thing."
"I can provo that you did" said
Mr. Rogers "and we'll send for
With that respect every ono
.should havo for tho chief executive
of n nation while ho is such bo his
faults nnd woaknesscs what they
may ho was received by tho com-
mittee. No protracted questioning-
was indulged in to bring out any
information with regard to any
particular point of tho investign-
tiou. liio questions wcro or a
gcnoral character. Ho said that
ho had nover received any official
information as lor what lands the
6300000 were paid. In making
this declaration it seems that ho
had forgotten that in his general
meesago to tho council of '83 ho
communicated what ho thou con-
sidered official information that
tho nation according to n state-
ment of tho secretary of tho inte-
rior to tho court of cluinia in Wash.
jngloi) city bofori; which was then
pending the Nortfl Carolina Cher?-
koe claim ginstj (lie nation that
of tho appraised valuo of oc-
cupied lands $331000 but etui-
tided himsolf boforo tho na-
tional council when William A.
Phillips called upon him to wit-
ness n contrary statement. Ho
was asked: Havo you seen oxecu-
tivo documont 19 and what (o you
tako it to bo?" "It is Commis-
sioner Price's and not Secretary
Toller's" was tho Biibslanco of hia
Mr. II. M. Wolf is boforo tho
committee to-night (21th). Doubt-
less ho will bo as evasive as his
examplarPhilllpsor positively re-
cusant. Ho entertained tho idea
and so expressed himsolf to tho
commitico that tho resolution or-
dering tho investigation did not
empower tho committee to compel
tho attendanco of witnesses or to
rcqulro their testimony. "If such
are your views Mr. Wolf you
need not bo a witness boforo this
committee" said ono of its mem-
bers. "All that is required ol you
is just to say so." "Ah but I
can't do that" roplicd ho.
Gov. Brockuniroagcnt of Gould's
interests in tho torritory left hero
on tho ISth on his way back to
Muskogee. Ho was around among
"tho boys" for several days but to
what effect is not generally known.
Judgo Allen of Littlo Rock Ar-
kansas has been hero for some
time and is making himself ngrcc-
ablo by his easy manners and
pleasant address. If ho fails in the
object of his coming it will not bo
on account of any objections to him
personally. An act granting right
of way of tho Kansas & Arkansas
Valley railroad has been introduced
in the senate. A railway telegraph
and telcphono lino beginning near
Arkansas City down tho valley of
tho Arkansas river on the north to
a point opposite Fort Smith with a
branch at or near' the Vordigris
river to tho Kansas lino near Cof-
fcyvillc is what tho judgo wants.
Tho bill guarartees safety to tho
nation in tho prosr.it tcuuro of its
lands and in its present form' of
government as far as tho company
or their successors aro concerned.
Tho decision of the circuit court
in the Corey ferry caso was revers-
ed by tho supremo court.
THE OATTLB CONVENTION.
Tho second annual convention
ol tho National Catt'o and Horso
Growers' association met in tho
largo music hall of tho Exposition
building last Monday morning.
Largo delegations wcro present
from all cattlo raising States nnd
territories. Fifteen gentlomen wore
appointed as a commilteo on reso-
lutions. Tliero was a littlo brcezo
over a motion to increase the com-
mitteo to sixteen in order to give
tho Indian Territory representa-
tion Gen. Pleasant Porter being
suggested as a representative of
that territory. This led to an ef-
fort to enlarge the committee to
one from each stato and territory
which was defeated and Gen. Por-
ter was then added to tho com
Thn TPpnllvn rninmilfpft nf lhn
association made a report of the
efforts towards perfecting the na-
tional organization during tho year
accompanying it with divers rec-
ommendations. Tho report states
that sinco its organization one year
ago tho association has grown rap-
idly its membership now includ-
ing nearly ono thousand persons
with thirty-ono local associations
forty-one stato and territorial vice-
presidents and four hundred and
eighty members of tho stato and
territorial execulivo commilteo
mnking n total of fifteen hundred
and fifty-two interested bona fide
representatives with a further rep-
resentation of -15000000 cattle
1000000 horses and $2000000000
capital. Tho National Cattlo and
Horso Growers' association is rec-
ognized as tho most powerful
wealthy nnd iniluential organiza-
tion ol tho kind in tho world. Tho
report recommends the establish-
ment of tho National Bureau of An-
imal Industry in connection with
tho agricultural department and
says: "That tho bureau is right in
sotno things and wrong in others
cannot bo denied but declining to
tako issuo on cither sido begs to
suggest that tho province of this
association lies in a moderate
conservative and united effort to
cultivato a proper recognition nnd
encouragement of tho things that
are right ir. tho policy of tho bu-
reau and correct as far as possible
a wrong administration of its af-
fairs. A united and immediate
appeal to the national government
is recommended for the enactment
of such laws ns will enablo cattle-
men to prevent tho introduction of
discard and to quickly and effect-
uallv eradicate it Bhould it tic
Vfilon." Tho runort MlL'trestu nn
enlargement of the powers of tiio
uurenu ui minnm niuusiry oven to
tho oint of empowering its ngontri
to buy ami destroy infected cattlo
and not confino its ciforts to
Tho coimnittco on crcdcntialx
repotted 888 members entitled to
seats among whom nro forty-ono
Jocal asuoclatfons each entitled to
Ammunition of nil kinds ut Bad-
gett & Blakonoy's.
Wo sell Fairbank's Soap-.
Thompson & Ktucmi.
largo lot of Now Clothing v
p at Badgctt it Blakcney's.
Baled Hay Corn Oats and feed
of all kinds on handntBalontino's.
Best $3.00 boot in tho city nt
Bndgctt & Blnkcnoy'B. call and sco
Golden Crown Flour at Badgctt
it Blakonoy's. Try it. It is tho
Don't pass Badgctt ifc Blakonoy's
when you havo any Furs or a hido
Thompson & Ratcliff sold' more
Thanksgiving bills than any houso
Loads and Loads of now fresh
Grocorics arriving at Thompson ifc
Ammunition of all kinds Blast-
ing and Giant Powder ntll. Balcn-
tino's cast of track.
Badgctt & Blakeney aro paying
tho highest cash prico for game.
Bring all you havo to thorn.
Hides! Hides! Hides!
Tako them all to Badeott it
Blakeney and get tho lop prico for
Apples Oranges Lomons Co-
coanuts Now Raisins Now Prunes
and New Nuts at Thompson &
Plenty of Sorghum Sugar Houso
and New Orleans Molasses Maple
Syrup Preserves and other sweets
W. L. Trott has just received
100000 Cypress shingleB from
Lousiana. Try them. Tlioy aro
said to last till tho moss grows on
Notice to Parties Wishing Permits.
II. II. Trott lias been appointed
special deputy clerk ofCoowecscoo-
wco District C. N. forthoissuanco
Man with a family (will furnish
team if desired) wants work for 0
or 7 months and a houso to live in
during tho time. Address A. B.
Easterling Vinita I. T.
Our Prescription business is
rapidly increasing but wo aro pre-
pared to increaso our facilities if
necessary. Wo do not chargo fan-
cy prices but only tho soiling prico
of tho drugs.
W. C. Pattos it Co.
Strayed from Prairie City.
Two Cows and Calves and 20
yearlings. Wero branded F on
hip and II on side; mark under
half crop in left car and crop and
split in right. Will pay liberally
for information as to whero tlioy
arc. Those cattle wero registered
by tho Cherokee National Stock-
men's Protective and Detcctivo as-
sociation. This association guar-
antees a reward of $50 per head on
all stock stolen from its member?.
L. D. Fust.
That ono William Landon a non-
citizen has trespassed on my im-
provements on Elm branch Coo-
woescooweo district C. N. All
porsons aro hereby notified not to
purchase said claim as it is my
property by law and I havo taken
all steps necessary to put me in
lawful possession of tho same.
Nov. 10 1885. M. Fiiazke.
Farmer and Mechanics.
Save money and doctor bills. Itcliove
your mothers wives and sisters b) a
llmcly purchaso of Dr. llosanko's
Cough and l.tiiic Syrup best known
remedy Tor UouuIih Colds Croup and
of Croup in ono
uli;lit: may snvo you
liuudreda ol dollar
rrico sy cts. nnd
Sold by M. Kra-
11.00. Sample free
zee A Go.
Proper Treatment For Coughs.
That tho readers mar fully under-
stand what constitutes a Rood C'oiikIi
and Lung Syrup wo will y tliat Tar
and Wild Cherry is the basis of the
best rcmldcei yet discovered These
Ingredients with-several others equally
as cllicacious enter largely Into Dr.
llosanko's Oocyfi aud ung Bvrup thus
making it ono of tho roost reliable noti-
on the market. Price Wet and fl.00.
Samples free. Sold by .M. Kraioo & Co.
Care For Piles.
Piles aro frequently preceded by a
sense of weight in the buck loins and
lower part of tho abdomen causing
the patient to summao ho has so mo af-
fection of the kidneys or neighboring
organs. At times symptoms of indi-
eestion nre present flatulency uneasi-
ness of the stomach etc. A moisture
like perspiration producing a very
disagrccablo itching after getting warm
is a common attendant. Wind bleed-
ing Itching piles yield at onco to tho
application of Dr. llosanko's l'ilu Item-
ed which acts directly upon the parts
aUiictcd. al iinrbing tho tumors allay-
nse itching and cllectlng a
permanent euro. 1'rico 60 cents. Sold
M. i'razee & Oo
St. Louis Ft. Scott & Wichita
BelUMe Short Line
rortr-etibt inllei the hgrttit root to
CLIcgu llnnlbl St. J-onI oil nil tuUra
All trains run dsllr. NoSandsr (tap our.
Ttilt U tti popaUr rout tit. Jul nj
Hew Voile Sow Orleans
1'ortlaml Man 1'rauclico.
And all polnli In 'rexaMliiourl California
Dakota Olilo Indiana and New England ttatca
PULLMAN SLEEPING AND CHAIR
ara attaetied to paikenger tralnt.
imluK Anthony 7:10 a. in Wichita IhU
a m. lola a.U p in arriving at St. Loiila
union depot 0:30 a iu dally
'Jhronclirroiu Jola to St. Loots In IS lionri
making direct connections In union depot at
HI. Lout for all points east making lbs tlmo
'between lola Uliielunatlyri.ou
HI. leVUsS BUS Sill leUlilia CHSI
nvvu tuia. iiif.iuisits Vf JUIfll
10 Washington it i; 0 Hours
llsltlinore W hours
This Is Are hours uulckrr than by any other
route No cbaiifra or cars tat suf class et pas.
tenders from At Loots
Second class and emigrant passengers are
carrlod on esuress trains
Thronxb tickets by this line on sale at the
firlncljial offices on tho line U sum and ask
urlulurmatlon before purttitslDK elsewhere
In writing your friends send thorn one of our
folders suownKusjs and ilcserlhlngonr line
and addse them to i.nrcbasa our land point
ticket to "Iteec " This ticket will give llmu
th!) prlrllexe of buying at Iteece round trip
ticket to end or track at heir fare
Maps and further Information will bo far-
nlthed on aosllcatloa to the uuderslmitd
J W Miij.ru 13 i JiKrroe
ucai mdxi . a v r mi A
NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS.
HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Coal &WoodCook & Heating Stoves
Ever boforo brought to tho nation.
Stove Pipe Elbows and Drums.
HAVE ALSO THE
Xjtxrgrost Stools of 'Wlndo'CTr G-laas
Kept in tho Nation.
Are Overstocked on Tin Ware
And will sell at Lowor Figures than tho samo goods wcro ever
before offered. ALL GOODS FIRST CLASS and nt bed rock prices.
.A.. O. RA.YlN03SrD & CO.
M. FRAZEB & COMPANY
Hat. jjnrchnml Urgtljr of eUii of good
THE FALL TRADE
KJ-And earneitly lnIW an Isipcetlon of"3
Their Stock of Medicines
!-! ooropl.L l.H KVEIIT DETAIL. Th.lr-C3
Tobaccos & Cigars
KfArtTHEnKBT told IN THIS TOW.NI-CJ
POSTOFFIOE JEWELRY STORE
C S. SHELTOW Proprietors
Has tho Largest Stock of Fino Jewelry over brought to the Indian
Torritory. Will duplicate and generally discount all city Prices and
Guarantee Every Article and all Work to be as Represented.
All Repairing of Watches Clocks or Jewelry Skillfully done.
illLUSLBV AM) FAXOY GOODS TEItr CHEAP.
MRS. "W. W. WARD
I)ctlrs ns to Iraprf is ths fact upon oar readers that she Is selling
llllllnerj- Uoods or all the Latost Styles Terr shssp The stock
carrlod Is a finely selected one and ilAjnl'l certainly tie Inspected.
Yoa can tare money Ijr purchasing your Millinery Taney Uooda
of all kind and Notions at this establishment. Miss Wilson In
charge gives especial care to trimming. Dressmaking a spec-
ialty. Q-Location: South room of the Opera House block.
VINITA LUMBER YARD
W. In TROTT Proprietor.
trmktep oonetjustlr on hand a supply of both Natlr M Northern Vtam Lumber. Abo Shim
WloTBa. Winds Moutlliurs Kin. Tho Native) l'lno besne antpped lrota Um Csocta
KaUoa U flns auailtyVUllDKUS SOUUITBU).
OFFICE AND YARDS ON ILLINOIS AYENtJE
TTO BOOKS WKST OT CHZSRAZV 9171111 VXYXTjk.
J. O. ADAMS & CO.
General Commission Merchants
Nob. RIO and 020 North Third Btroot
SIZNTT Xs3TJIS aXISSOTJJTLI.
Wo want Came Hides Wool Furs and
all Kinds of Country Produce
And Propose (o IIatc It If UcstMarUt Prices and FAlr and Prompt Treatment
will brlns It.
jar-References: St. Louis National Hank fit. Louis Theo. Harlow A Oo.
drier Uros. Commission Co.. Et. 1-oula ilo. Gyrus II. McUormlck President
McCormlck Harvesting and Macbino Co. Chicago 111. 4-20
Prepare For War!!
GO .AJSTD SJ5E-
W".. "W IIVEILXjIEIR &c CO.
THEY NOW OFFER
Lower than titr lejore known in
intention is aiso jnvucu to ineir hock oj
Ckrcwtxlto Ix oxx-X7tro.ro
JSLUL IISUxxoLjb of TClxa- 7t7cixo
23 oca. Hoozu JSots
Wire TBlxrdL Oasosi
And everything kept in a first-class Hardwaro Storo Wo always
rccoivo New Goods onco or twico a week and nro bound to twll at
"vcr. x7 ivrrxjXsann. oo...
the Indian Territory. This i a fact.
A Visit to the
Would to nomo extent
B ADGKETT &
Has Never Been
"When -wo sav tho
J JL x l!
Tj Wfk 9k FALL &
&r ' In finality A PrlpQrX
we mean it. Tfio same rxilo of
.Also prevails in our
The house is
all kinds and we
propose to "turn
them into cash"
as quick as possi-
BADGETT & BLAKENEY!
THE LITE STOCK MARKET OF ST.L0U1S
THE ST. LOUIS NATIONAL
Located at Baet Nt. Louts I1L.
Directly opposite the cttf of Ft. Louis. l)Uf ere
foralldoecrtptlonofLlira Block alwaje la at-
tendance and within the rrounds ot the Flock
Tarda aroalleet Canning Compmiy with a
rapacltj for alauthtertn 1000 bead of eaule
dally and Tork Packing KsUullshmonta wlU
a capacltj' for slautbterlug ltOX) nogs dAlly .
ISAAC II. KNOX rrtsldont
CIIAS. T. J0SE8. SupL
0. P. WILLIAMS
Prairie City Ind. Ter.
Groceries and Provisions
(EAST BIDS OF TRACK.)
Btaplo and Ji'anoy
Flour Food & Provisions.
MAKES A SPEOIALTY OF VEGE-
Ol X3vxy Ettssorip-Wosv.
ITaTeln S'ldltlnn tatlio roods nainixl a Una nf
mm k RATCLIFF
01 matspaTs . ueeoswaru i-ariisuiai
teollna tuVn-l in Hi itotV. Uf Tl'liffi-
City of Vinita!
bo 6 loon of tlmo unlcW
ti) in ?i i r
Establishment is Visited "
their Immcmo Stock of '
Equalled in the!
IPrices Shall bo Lo-vti
full of Goods of;
'."; a "nTTTto in X.O-W :x"2txc3Ba
. . .. . YAH.DS
mo umy wnoieiaie Yuras in 8t.
Louis Accessible by Bail
and Water I
1. Every railroad entering St. Lonis.
Is directly tributary to those yards.
2. Texas shippers mo informed that
connection with these yards from the
iron jiiuumnin lYiiouuiern railroad can
be mado without cost and with much
less snnnicago man to any otucr.
3. Theso vards hove tho peculiar ad-
i iiuu xr.
'H v I'Wlilj; IUU1IIUU UII lllfj Ol. l"il
Louis side or tho river from which V
tivo hundred thousnnd people draw ''"J.
their provision supply.
4. tvery packini; houso in St. Louis'' "
1. Every packing houso in St.
as a regular buvcr atntinnod
Buyers of cattle hogs and ahcop both
fur the homo innrkol and oaatern uliln
munt( aro at all times represented. I
yards havo no superior in tho countrv. "l
u. r ut tumiuii nun cuiiToniunce luose
i wo tines ot
rwo lines of street cars approach here!
lias a reuular buyer stationed here itt
Hotel telegraph offlces and other con-
..w.. ....vn.1'.. wu.vv mmu u.l.m .uit 'xl
venianrea foratnekmnn nn IlinnriiniU.. ' I
EbTILL McIIENKY l'rest. ) I
V. MtvN. I'ALMEIt.Bupt.
W. A. HAMBAY.
Secretary and Treasurer.
Tiw BtrrKRS avjom u
tseaed Jf rtJs and SeyC
'3 BOO tllnstratlesis f
KMU 1-Utnre eeJIesT.
aiVSII Whole! Prteea
dtrtt t swiMNinere sa all weeds far
IMnonal ar Cemlly sua. Telle w s
order aatd fir exstat cast " eTry
thine ro sue eat. drink wear er '
aara Am with. Ttoraa IRVALVABLK .
UOOKX contain Infbraatlon gleaned
frara Usa snarkata or Um world. Wa
wUl maU n capr VHBK a anr
dress apea receipt ot lOata. to derrajr
expeaea of malllaa;. Ut ns near nest
MONTGOMERY WARD el CO.
B9 Wakaah ATaatsa Cttlcaoa tM.
EHTADLISIIKD 30 YEAiIB.
Offices 810 IVftsIilni-lon Ato.81. LmIs.
Has In a prtrata and liopl(l practice of
orer thirty yuan treated with wonderful aae
csss all curable case Deformities (eaerally
considered Incurable and auricery a tpeelatt.
Kor the benefit of thoss lUInx a distance from
fit liuls I bare perfected arrseiremsnls
-ahareb I can trsat llb ixiual success all
chronic and medical disease by correspond
enre I hare an othaaatlta nietbod or can
saltation bririnptam blanks do. by which I
rau diagnose a patient as tlioruujihlr from a
distance aa at Dir offlce Those ilMlrinr nir
treatment can consult me by letter on the fof-
loHlnK; Lonsnmntlon. rheumatism. driDsiv.
sla. aidner disease aeneral ilebllltr. fsmele
wealnoss palpitation of the heart. Ilier
LOUIS TURNER M. D.
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AfeOnnnnw 1 7"ojetHfenVenrak .
item j i
eonipiaini purs uittasss or tue eye ana ear
acnraiKia jjrsTiii. paralysis ncrra prptira
linn lisart illseas. tlrnnnv. ills kerofnla
blllousnrts illsosifd kidneys wakefulness
roettteiiets. weak lirbrs. all diseases of the
iilovd etomach llwr bowels heart ana r'Vt'
uiserr-i oi women no einorMiani cnaraes
for t. teases ponullar to both seses whirls
l hare treated wim uansralleled success
Send one dollar for a full consnltalloa f
(nail on rucrlpl of which I will thoroughly lt.
festlsate your rasa Koprescrlptloasteal All
rnrdlelnes weltered lit m oeru laboratorr. anil
furnished Vl333B to patients flrst'dnsej
noaru in my ouusn lurnisneil a renoiiBoia
teles toiiatlenta wlitilnr to visit .lha clrv No
IMtert snanerwl unless aceomptnlfd tif 4cU
In itsmr AilJi'sie all letters to Dr. tVioIa
In stamps Aitilvaia all li
laraer. "tSHnhlratn V
.r 'I mi oirf
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