Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 18, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 14, 1886 Page: 3 of 4
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Won't forgot thjtly po0r
Saturday in payday with (I'tf rlBK
Huscogeo linn had another hotol flro.
Trpltis horo boon somewhat Irregular
during tho past rrook.
T LOtflBATUNVHANCISCO UAIMVAY
from Ml T. la Tula
I 1IUTI I IHFAftT.
Leeomhiodatton . . I . . I 4-Mpm.
umlsetpress I iilsem. I SiSOpm.
It Through coach from fit I-onli toTnlsa
Tho Missouri 1'aclflo
down next Wednesday.
pay car Roes
PHYSICIAN & SUIIOEON.
over Skinner Uroa'. grocery
lta I. T.
"tana suna EON.
fL'A 0. N.
stairs in south end
1. building. Office
' 11 a m. and from
irav ' .l
If you can't speak well of your nolgh.
bor apeak notofhlrnot nil.
Cold weather and hard times aro af-
feeling tho acadoniy nttomlonca.
Vlnlta hna a aliocmnkcr again Ho
may be found at H. A Hlupjackot's.
Head a clinnRo tlila week In Mrs.
W. AV. Ward's millinery advcrHaemcnt.
Last Monday was said to bo tho cold
est day. tho tliormomntnr iilinu.liio
Tho storo with the beststovo and tho
largest pilo of coal was tho ono to draw
the crowd last week
Frank McSpadden Is not on tho road
at present being disabled for duty by a
A photograph of tho Christmas day
scene hi front of Thompson A Hatcllffs
has been finished.
Tho Missouri Paclflo compnny Is
putting In a now steam tank at Wlilto
Oak threo miles below hero.
Look to your 'flues and bo careful
about throwing ashes and cinders
whoro thoro is any combustahlo ma.
-Her N M Whct in j" wife weWaet on the
txhto linjMondar li to attend a Inttatla-
tlotTat Uthagera.v he tfill. t.r.
0 V (IrecnwcnltnSt T.itl to bur roods
for the Arm last rrldar llli purchase are
II Cllbba. lord major of Aae and fox. la In
the city thla morning Daring Ids first four
dayeoflhe cold weather do waa on tho road
between Sao and Muscogee Some of the party
with him wora badly frosen
Capt. Adair editor of Dili paper cam tin I
from Tahtequab on Wednesday analog of la.it
week aad went out to Claremore next day to
tlsll his daughter Mra W P McClellan. At
preaeat lie realdea at Tahlcquah and la sending
op hie "eoi.y " by mall There la a fair pros-
pect that he will become a resident of Vlnlta
Last Friday morning an old man
named Joslab Weir living near Joplln
was lounu irozen to death in bed.
Soud 2d cents to this offlco for a
patnphlot giving many of tho Oherokco
traditions entitled "OherokooAatlnui-
tics." Anyono desiring to canvass for tho
book "Porsonal Memoirs of U. H.
Grant" should address J. A. Maitlaud
Vlnlta Indian Territory.
Tho Atchison Topeka A Santa Fo
railroad company will build 100 miles of
road Into tho territory from Arkansas
Olty during tho yoar 1880.
OfiTico Hootns on Second Floor
ot tho Opor.i IIoubo
VINITA IND. TER.
A TTOItNE Y-A T-LA W.
Will uraotlco In tho United Statpa and Mita
ff-omoo Fort Smith Arkansas.
HaTlngbeen appointed regular
Itpntr Clerk of I)cIanaro:i)Iitrrctas.
perform any and all dutlca required br law.
fan ct all llmra bn-found at in nfQce In Vlnl-
iiciawarouiainci u . j u. laorr.
"Vinita Li6l. Tor.
Fnt-Clait Home Ilotrrecn
son aud Ucaliou.
Rates S2 Per Day.
EvefJZfow days somo of our connlr
bujr gouSr Can ourlocrchantanotolT-
Villi A I hla ni-.ttrt.9 '
Jack Jones or Claremoro plead
guilty rccontly to introducing llnuor.
.Judge Parker fired tho penalty at J10
nno anu ono Hour's Imprisonment.
Could notour merchants by combin-
ed action materially Incrcaso tho trado
of this town? Wo should judgo so;
oiucr towns auccccu by such action.
Mr. Franklin's meat market. koDt bv
Josh rurcoll cast or tbo track had
a close call for bclnir hnmml rlnwn
last Sunday morning The flro started
ft hero tho flue comes through tbo roof.
Mrs. R. U. Neighbors living twclvo
miles cast of hero died last Monday
morning leaving n Httlo sou only six
hours old. Sho was a sister of Mrs.
Gcorgo CollluB and Mrs Kobcrt Taj lor.
W. I). Shaw J r. has secured a llconco
to trado with tho Indians at Sae and
Fox agency and will bo open in a short
time. ThoQibbs hotel is to bo con-
verted into a storo room for this gen-
Tahlequah Ind. Tor. .
Odlr. i .Undtnr to tlilt the Cherokee
win Jndtnle houi a model la every
i 1 1
t i alwara Snt-elaM and
lth tha Ubjm.
"f --; i -wayr t
I '!fts. iBarUrafor Uterjbody)
UIPiRQUAII . - IND. TER.
rk m -d aa anrv
' and raperi
here. Vooma newly
Kxeellent beda pro-
Vw.tif.60 per Week; Hcah 25
' ucnis iiacn.
FilN M. TAYLOR Pbopbibtou.
rOHN D. SAMMS & SON
Vlnlta I. T.
?0B-3Iakln)f and Itepalrlnr Done In
rttSESIIOEINQ A SPECIALTY
bop Joit out of Ho. raclflo traok
Wo havo filled an order Tor Job work
this week for 0. T. Wells the trader at
Wflllalon Indian Territory. Our work
rccommonds itself to ovcry ono who
sees It. o tako pleasuro in submit-
ting samples and prices.
Wc shall to-day or to-morrow reccivo
a largo invoice of new stationery
and printing material. Among the
novelties will bo a lino of colored bill
heads which will bo found very baud-
somo and attractive. 1'ass in your orders.
One of tho cold mornings last week
it was discovered that a plcco of rail
thrpo feet long had been broken out of
tbo Miasouri l'ciac(truckrat-thoIoVe"F
awitrh. Tbo south bound passengor
and alsiifc3rnrtVirT.-.Li-tj. i
II. II. EDMONDSON.
OP ST. LOJIH M6.
II tea attention of retail dealtra to tha dram
li prepared to giro on
Oil all Grades;
I'nintors' Oils all Kinds:
All Lubricating Oils.
. warebouae baa been ereeted here and the
ait win neoonanuea onbualnetiMUeK
11. 11. KDMONDSj
FriBco Hotel VlnJ
Thm nUYKBS' OUZDIS U
UeuMt March lui Sept.
ctt year. Mf llfl px
BK x JI; lur BM')vllk ortr
wliolt Pletorf 4ilLrr.
i t Miuumtrt
anal or amillf a-
mmre uu U ptt&t for
hwllr a. Velifjkomuis
Ml ajlvea et t ?. (r-
IVUt eonUlia iBArnattoa aUaued
ie iurVxU lit h"vold. AVe
hU a tfllir VHKU to ur ad.
"1 receipt of 10 ale. (a defrai-
m t auaUlua;. Let ua hear from
rQOMERY WARD A. CO.
W Watte Atenap Chirac. UU
mbcrof guutlcrucu to whom wo
sont statements tho bi';iniilng of the
jgriiavo not yet responded. Wo aro
walling not However wltli patienco
and resljrnatioii. When a man Is ow-
ing us His our money ho is carrying
and not liis own.
Stuamob. l.nst Saturday morning
Mr. Dawson living just north of town
discovered that two of his horses had
been taken from tho stable tho door
having apparently been unlocked.
They were tracked towards town aud
found In Nat Skinner's atablu yard en-
trance to which had been clfbcted by
breaking down tho fence. Whother
somo ono had stolen them and
thon abandoned tbo project and
turned them into tho lot or whether
tho horses had got away from the
would-bo thief is a mystery.
Foil Assault. We mentioned last
woek tbo arrest or James A. Duncan by
a deputy Unitod Statca marshal. H
has since had an examination beforo
Oommiasionor Tufts and held to an-
swer to tho charge of assult to kill. Ho
had for some time beau In trouble with
his renter a Frenchman and finally
went to tho man's houso to serve upon
him some kind of a notico. As tho
party was away from homo Mr. Dun-
can read tho notico to his sons and in
reply they commenced throwing rocks
at him. In retaliation the gontleman
fired a shot or so at thorn and they
aworo to a complaint and had him ar-rostod.
Tn BronM. A "norther" struck this
country last Thursday forenoon and
uutlt Saturday ovcnlng nearly every-
one's energy was directed towards
keeping warm. Tho wind th first da:
or two blow's? gale and at cold asJ
A Bad Imt. In addition to tho Iowa
Mutual Aid association being a fraud
its agent IJurgett sccmB to havo been
a forger. A note purporting to havo
been given by Mrs. K. Well" ofOhcto-
pa on account of a policy issued was
recently sent up for collection. It was
found that tho woman had never oven
been oxamlned with a view to taking
out a policy. Tho letter received from
OhetopasaysBurgottlsa baso fraud.
widlf tho people of that town can got
rtioldofhlra thoy will attend to him
Oasii. The Chieftain did somo cred-
it butinors last year and isinlghty sorry
of It. A now loaf has bcou turned over.
Job work will bo cash ovcry tlmo and
to everybody. Labor bills como
duo onco a week and it takes money to
buy paper. Advertising bills of Vlnlla
merchants who aro regular natrons or
our columns will be made out at the
end ot each month and presented with
great regularity and frequency until
paid. Transient advertisers will ho
icqulred to pay In advance. Wo novcr
Havo taken subscriptions on crodlt and
don't propose to begin at this late day.
Buy at Home. Thcro Is a disposition
among somo of.-our cltliens to scud
away for goods tbat they can get just
as well at homo. II Is a mistaken Idoa
that the merchant f othor towns sell
choaperthandoou . Nino times out
of ton if thoso who send to St. Lonls
for somo spocial kind of merchandise
would lay the case boforo our dealers
they would dupllcato tho order aud
savoou tho troubloof acndiui; away.
This habit or Bending away for any
thing that can bo had at homo Is a poor
ono. No one who is interested In build-
ing up tho town improving the quality
or our stores 07 helping each other
will trade any w hero Lut with homo
doalers. 1 1
Flits. James Walker was acquitted
of a murder cbargo at Fort Smith ono
day last week. Tho crlmo was alloged to
havo been committed at Cottonwood in
this nation on tho Otli day of January a
year ago tho victim being Bill Sim
mons. Tho present was Walker's sec
ond trial the jury diaigreeing tho first
time. In closing an account of tho
trlal'tho Fort Smith Times says: Tho
leading attorneys for tho defenso wcro
Messrs. Boudlnot and Marcum.and the
argument of tbeso two gentlemen be-
fore tho jory in the defenso of their
client wero masterpieces of elo-juenco
ana criminal pleading ami were listen-
ed to with most intense iuterest by the
en tire court. The prosecution conduct-
ed by Messrs. (Jraco aud Sandcls wag
characteristic of their well known abil-
ity but tho caso of tho defenso was
too strong to bo overturned by logic
and so Walker is a free man.
FmsoHsns. K. 0. Bruuor deputy
United States marshal went through
hero a few days ago on his vay to
Wichita with soma prisoners. Thoy
wero arrested within tho limits of tho
Sac and Fox agency ami bound ovor by
tho commissioners at that place. Bo-
ing within the jurisdiction of tho Kan-
sas circuit they wilt bo kx-pt In tho
Wichita jail. Among tho lot was a
Chorokco named Kck Boss who is a
brother of Kit Boss. He will answer
to the chargo ot shooting into the
Shawneetown postoflico. Hiram Thorp
a welt known Sao and Fox was also
one.of the unfortunates. He Is charged
with having stolen horses in his pos-
session. Most or tho others aro 1'otta-
watomlcs and will answer to larconcy
and whisky charges. These aro tho
first arrests mado In that country for
a long time but may not bo the last.
Iho Wadu boys aro still running
arpuml in that locality and wcro seen
a short tlmo ago abovo tho agency on
i -j -
t&U mfle of track eoaatrucie.1 laid
a made In InatallmenUef tsooae
Mih of road If graded
lot Moatnta of thti nature brraeetM
amrm'ctntmr lrOTthmrmer'if .r
tenaiag the tlmo dttrlng which the St Lunl a
Ban Kanclaeo Company may bnlld II rort
Smith and Texaa line throngli tho Choctaw and
WGBreckenildgo alio of Arkanaat Intro-
dafeS a"ullf wanting a right of way to tbo Kan-
aaa A Arkanaat Valley railway Thlt la the
company which aonght to obtain aehartarfrom
the Cherokee council hut owing to adrerae
proipeeta did not finally eonrlnde to tiara the
bill Introduced It mar bate been batter for
for ui bad we made onr own terma with thla
corporation than that tho United stales grant
Mr Kreckenrldge alio Introduced a bill to
ITorMe for tho aalo of the Cherokee reaarratlon
In the alate of Arkaniaa
lleiira Ilyan and Patera of Kanaaa Intro-
duced Identical bllla extending the lawa of
their atate orer the "public land atrip "
Mr I'erklnt alanof Kanaaa prMented a bill
for the allotment ofUida In eererelty to the
confederated Wea Peori Kaikaakla and Pl-
ankeikaw and lbs weatirn Miami Indiana
who belong under the (nawpaw agency. In the
northaait corner of thla territory.
senator mgeilelntrodnerd a bill which we
preanme waa prepared by JIaJ. Ilryan to refer
the claim of the eaitcrn and weatern banda ol
mo uutroaeo Indiana to the court ofclalma.
Mllll day" cornea once a week and there
la no telling how many more may bo Introduc-
ed beforo the aeialon oloaca along next earn-
meraometlme nut aa we aald before they
will not all become lawa
W. C. Patton & Company
WISI-I IT PLAIISTLY UNDERSTOOD
THAT TI-IIDTT HAVE
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Burn or mm. roarau.
of no ordinary aorrow that I write you of the
death of my dear wife dodhae taken her to
Illmaelf andlt beromcemydnly to bow with
humble aubmlaalon to bla lot.r.lm will All
waa done tbat medical skill and neighboring
and aympathltlng banda could do but alt waa
Ineffectual and grim death haatencd to ex-
ecute hla atern decree. OntheCtb Inat after
aareral daya lllneia of pneumonia aha con-
aclonaly and quietly aa If aoothlugly bourne
npon angela' ptnlona paned to that world
whenco ahs will not return How Inacrutable
are tha wayeofUod Hint one 10 eminent for
piety and unaelflahneaa to thecanae of our be-
lored Master ahould be ao unexpectedly oalled
from bor bloated work on earth Sho waa a
burning and eblnlng light In tho church for
manyyeara and a gruat help to me la the
mlnletry I feel tbat my loaa la Irreparable
and cannot be eatlmatod. Many thanka are
duo to the good and gencrona people of Vinita
who ralnlatered to our neceatltlea in the time
of our affliction. Aa good people aa I eter
knew and aa kind frlenda'aa I erer had lire
In Vlnlla. and will be gratfully remembered
and their acta of klndneaa will not be forgot-
ten In the clclea of eternity.
Toura In trlbulatlone
Tiioa K 1'otTxxt..
TtilrB.r.laUMU.M4laCMfrt.. aUlfa u u. u
ltu w IMr ilhln.
MJ. J M Ilryan who la now la Washing
ton kindly aenda a number or bllla of lnter-
eat to our people .flomoof these bllla may be-
eoma lawiTi alJAf tWSKtlll not.
Senator V -VrTrtk it Nbraika. and Coj-
g-a''Weaty ofIra and Townahend of
SfltW rmtf thn fmxon ... nf ih-HfRKT. "B0 M Vre.M.U.1 Wla to prorlde for the
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A'favr Ilinhoi nfunnM fnlt ' mul mnl nt
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that was piled up alnuc the fonccs br
carried into tho hollows. No mishaps
havo bbon reported though tho gonor-
at run of old cltizojs are freo to declare
it tho cpldest spelt over oxpeilenced In
latitude As tho atmosphere was
rSV cattle did not sudor as thoy
rWlBU WOUlil. Raltlnlav nvnnlno
ivntperaturo began to rise and since
u gas been qulto comfortable.
TiiaiLKTjiBKKo.ltov. Isaac Mode
has.becu boiind ovor by Commissioner
rurta to answer to the chargo ol horse
atoalfuii in tho federal courts. Ills of-
fenso tf-as probably not an intentional
Infradlon of the law but in somo
casts Uhat makes but Httlo difference.
As wounderstand tho affair Mr. Modo
was decided by a board of arbitration
to bl Indebted to his renter in the sum
of ninety odd dollars. Ho turned over
aliojrsoiu settlement but aftorwards
chaiKd his mind and took tho animal
bacat. lidst summer Mr Modo wrote
uieiresoiuHon in tho Duck creek plat
"Ht;'(uuu.fcUiuil ILa nln
tl rh. Unla-J
ensat mw ttTlag t
Tide for the establishment of a territorial form
of goTernraent the allotment of landa In aerer-
ty and two of them for opening lands not el-
loted to actual aattlera The VanWyck and
Wearer bllla are Identically the aame. The
aenate bill want to the committee on Indian
affairs and the house bllla to the committee on
Mr I'eol of Arkaasas aeeka to hare a feder-
al court established at rayettevlllo and 16 that
end proposes a dU talon of the western district
of Arkansas. The proposed new district em-
braces nine counties and part of two others In
bla atate and all tbat portion or thla territory
situated north of the roeanderluge of the Ar-
kansas and South Canadian rlrers In addi-
tion to the powera now allowed tha circuit
court the Jurisdiction of the new one Is to 'ex-
tend to all matters of contract bvtweon cltltens
of the United Stales or any of the territories
thereof and a cltliea residing or doing boat-
nest In any of that part of the Indian Territory
In the district where the sum la controrersy
exceeds one hundred dollars "
Mr 1'eat also presetted two railroad bills
One proposed to grant to the Kansas City. Ft
Scott and Gulf a right or way through this
territory Daxtor Springs and rort Smith ar
thalownaaoaghttob connected by the new
Una The right of way Is to be loo leet In
width while at stations which are not to
banearor thon aeron milts of each other. ".
nyival Of atrip or laud 'Jfeot wide and oftin:ngth
Houso to rent or sell onnniro of
Apple butter 7 cents per. pound.
Thompson & HatcliiT.
Smoko Thompson & RatcHfT's
New shoemaker rind a good ono
at S. A. Ulucjackct's.
Fruit polntoc? turnips and kraut
on hand at Ualentinc's.
Plenty of butter and cccs at Bal.
nntiii A'a nMn ...! a .1.
viibiuuo iiiuu iiiiu ircsn
liuckwheat Hour frcsli ground
corn moal Thompson fc Ratrlifl.
TI10 Vinita bakery lunch stand
mil bo in full blast again this woek.
Bran ship atufl oats corn do-
jivored to any part of tho city.
liiumjisuii oc uaiciiii.
Wood and Coal on hand at II.
Ilaluntino's and will bo delivered
to any part of tho city.
N. Skinner it Co. receive this
week anoiher car load of Hour
every sack warranted.
Than another firms in Vinita Combined
Having no porsonal uso for it thoy are determined that if
Will provo an incontivo it shall "go a-flying ! '
Our Large Dry Gooda Stock
Is more fhart up to its "usual standard.
In Ladies' Dress Goods wo can oTer
a very extensive lino to clioose from.
OTTIR IDETJ(3- ZaZOTJSE
Is vr hat it always has been far ahead of all competitors
psf VMM kv pMaMsyvf MMW h vft h$ 4WMM W
im party ixxupytng the HM In couMderatloa.
N. Skinnor & Co. havo good po-
tatoes turnips and onions notwith-
standing tho cold weather.
Take your boots and shoes to S.
A. Bluejacket's and have them
repaired by a practical workman.
Buy your groceries of N. Skinnor
& Co. They will givo you fair
treatment good goods and low
A Shoemakor in Town-
s' A. Bluejacket has secured tho
sorvicos of n number ono shoemak-
or. He can bo found at tho grocery
store. Givo him a call.
There is a shoomaker at S. A.
Bluejacket's who is competent to
make a pair of boots or shoes in tho
highest stylo of the art and guar-
antoo them to give satisfaction.
Joo Holland is hack to tho old
stand with N. Skinnor & Co. Ho
will bo glad to seo his old friends.
As an accommodating salesman
Joo will bo "thar" ovcry time.
S. S. Hopper wishes to say to
his old saw mill frionds that ho is
now with N. Skinnor it Co. Call
and seo him. Ho will bo pleased
to soil you groceries and will make
it to your intoreat to trado with
N. Skinnor A Co.
Tho Chorokco Moat Market is
for salo for cash. Tho trado in-
cludes two markets in town and
tho slaughtor houso. This busi-
ness is a good and paying ono and
a hotter investment cannot bo
found in tho Chorokco nation.
Tho Vinita bakery lunch stand
which a fow weeks ago was demor-
alized by firo will bo in operation
again this week. A new room to
bo usee' as an oyster parlor for gen-
tlomcn or ladies has been added.
Call and seo Aucust and trv his
Our l'roscrintiou businosa la
rapidly increasing but wo aro pro-
pared to incrcaso our facilities if
necessary. Wo do not charco fan
cy pricoa but only tho soiling price
ui uiu urtigB.
W. C. I'ATTQ.V it CO.
Sauia tail Tsa .Jii.U Icns.
Proposals for Biinnlvini! tho
Chorokco Orphan Asylum with
Hour meal pork anil beef will bo
roceivod at balma C. N.. February
1. 18SC. Tho pork and beef to hn
corn-fod and delivered in such
iiuanlioa us may bo equivalent to a
monthly ration. Tho Hour and
nioaltobo first quality; tho first
tiouvory may uo lor two month's
supply tho second for tliroo
month's. Payments will bo uiado
US SlllinllCrt aro (lolivorml In turn
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'FvR. reived n WWWJWi
n UTfSMh-ntH May ua
i fi.TnOBOX. MSMS.
We are also occupying a Leading
Place in the Ranks !
OUR CHEAP FOR CASI-I UTILE
Will apply to everything wo koep. But to our bargains in
Clothing Boots Shoes Hats and Caps wo call
particular attention. Respectfully
"ViT. O. PATTOJST cto OO. iy 1 rvrrT ti
?OH SEVEXT YEAXiS.
Mr. I. W. IlllVe. the anlil.1 nt IS- )
Vetch with the Krenlna; Chronicle. St I.oule
M?.' 'n "nawer to the Inquiry of a reporter
said! "For seren yeara I haj teen ailing with
catarrh and Unrlnp that time hate hecn treat-
ed by alx eminent physicians without snecrss
Some doctors told rae I had consumption Tor
w f.. .in. enr. & ueti a coniinnai ais-
charre or mncoua dropplnna In tha throat a
cough and pain acrosa my forehead Added to
that wis loss of memory rolre. appetite roar-
ing In the esra.and a general fcellnit of wrotch-
edness About are months ajjlconiultcl llr
Tnrner To-day I am as well aa erer hare
trained twenty pounds aid don't detect a trace
or my old trouble) es sir I wonld be pleased
to answer. bT letter any person suffering from
tbat dresd disease "
Louis Turner M D . haaomcesatlSWash-
Inrtonare .St Louis. Mo .and has In aprtratc
and hospital practice or orer thirty years.
treated with wonderful auecesa all curable
cases Trvatmrnt of deformities and surecry
a siwrlalltr 2Tot neceuuy ta see pa-
Uaata llymyorlalnat ayatem of consnlta.
tlori. I can treat patients by mall aa anccess-
futly aa In personal consultation 1'atlents can
roneult me by mall on all Illsrases of the Illood
Stomach LWer. Ilowela. Heart -Serrrs Ucn-
eral Debility and all diseases ixrullar to the
aexea. No eiliorhitsntchartrcs Consultation
at offlca and by mall one dollar Send One
Dollar for a Hill consultation by mall on re-
ceipt of which I will thorohirhly imrstltrate
iryouareslckoralllnc write me No letters
answered unless accompanied by 4 eta tn
stamps Address all letters to Dr Louis Tur-
ner eio Washington Avenue St Lonle Mo
St. Louis Ft. Scott &. Wichita
Itpllablo Short Line.
fuii'iiKui iitiir.. iiq uvrisb route 10
Chicago Hannibal fit. Louis and all eastern
aii trains run uauy. .No Monday atop orer
Thla la the tiolinlar route yIa. luiit .ml
NfWtorlc w Orleans
l'ortland San Francisco
And all points In Tens. Missouri. Callfnrnl.
Dakota Ohio Indiana and New Kntslaudataiva
l'ULLMAN SLELI'ISU AND CHAM
eara attaehel to )atrna;ar trains
igiTiiiK Aumouy in a m Wichita 0 IS
a in Iola S II p m arrlrlnc at ht Iiula
union depot S V) a m dally
Thruuaii from lola to St Loala in In Innn
making- direct ronnectloua In union depot at
St Louis for all points east making the tlmo
between Iola Cincinnati or LnulsrllleSti hours.
luWashlnaton It C labours
llaltlmora ts hours
Sew ork SI hours.
Tills Is Are boure uulcker than bv mr other
route iNochingoof cars for any class of pas-
sengers from at liuls
Second class and emigrant passengers are
cernru uu express trains
Throuah tickets br this line 011 an it at thn
rtuclual oftleeaiiu the line 11. bum. ami at
or Information beforo purchasing elsewhere
I . !'! """ juuririeniiasenuineiB one or our
! folders ahowina;maa and 'lescrtbljKourllur
. tnu iqiiis tin in tn purcuaso uur laud tiotnt
iifiiiio' iiir.i -- -I itik i-k I urn i
-: :-.. '- -.-..-. . .. j
'.atsaja yaafnrther 1:
J. O. MoSPADDEN.
Postoflice Chelsea Ind. Tor.
off right car
and split Is
of A 41 U
nn.'fi a M'DtiTir.T.
Postofficoat Alluwc Indian Tor
iTop and nn-
ter half crop
In each ear.
Postoflico Vinita Ind. Terrilorv.
crop and spilt
tine tag in
It an eh 11
miles west of
Malta at the
Range bstwren Try-
v GEORGE w. aim.UK
Poitoflicc Vinita Indian Territory.
amooth crop In
lert ear. spilt in
head of l"ryor'a creek
o- and Uxhtnlng creeka
OOMANOHB Ij AND & OATTLB Co
Evansvillo Kan and National
aide and hip
Texan stcirs all
road - branded
on the near
ous ear-marks Kange Couiauci'o countr dooI
G. W FRANKLIN
Postoffico at Vinita Ind. Territory
l-r &.- ...i
..r. . suit una
"In right Also
I Ittle Cabin and
no right ahoul-der
P M. OROWBrjIi.
Postofflco iulta hulliui Territory.
iniiiuu urauuuu ou
llorsu urstul C 8
ou left sliotiMer.
Kango on Hhavr-
lieocrcok 0 ml lei
n o of Vlulla 47
. WM DONALDSON
Postolllco Vlnlta 1ml. Ter
on loft sido.
northeast of Vini ta
tjuB 1 hrtT' r
j- V ' II
ww. . raiA.
8cnd 10 rents iwstage and wo will
""" " it tn jew tn
'" 4"wv wivaar as vaee
it . imtit. OHIimi
t hoina and rV n
tainti i ii'M'
1ivot o. rm
ft Am A nn hnlh .1.1.. .. .. ..it.-..
J arlopa ear mark and old brands Kange
Iowa lleserratlon Horse brand. I O Aon hlo
Po-tloffico Sact&FoxAj'cncy I. T.
Crop on right oar and
crop and tinder hair
crop off lert llanguon
Sae and Fog rotorra-
Hon Cattle of thla
brand are eol.l only for
'. O. PATTOtf A oo"
i'ost-otllce Vlnlta l.T.
Smnntli rr.n Ul
jar-io ori tam I
i ' .'a.
W. II. N01ILKS I
i u2itiiiicu as .Kingston
jik t.Tca v.
WivM ymmm -
'H a rVI is l
Itange Wolf Creek o miles south Coflcrvllle
FRANK BILLIN G3LBA
PostolTicc at Vinita Ind. Territory
Iloth on left
fork In each
function White Oalr
Postoflico Locust Grove Ind. Tor.
Smooth crop oft
right ear) split
west of chon-
"i i i' jrf
Ohorokoo Orphan Asylum.
cropln left oar
S. H. AYES
Postoflico Salina Indian Territory.
and under bit
In one ear and
OTer alopa in
tle handed g
and notch on
nose Doth of
cows' tall cot
off Uango nn
S. T. FOREMAN
Postoflice Oowala Indian Territory
Old brand New brand
I'resent mark Under slope and orer bit In
each ear. llange on lllue creek threa miles
north of Oowala 4-1-
Postoflico llartlcsvillu Ir.d. Tor.
In each ear. 9u
W. E. HALSELL
Post-oflico Vinita I. T.
This braml anil mark (crop and un-
ilcrblt off each ear) kept up on ranch.
Various ear lunrkri and old brands.
Horso brand horse-shoe on left shoul-
der and neck.
north Of TuU
M. W. OOUOH.
Postoffico Cholsea I T.
low fork tn
1M Waws ft".'3jy-- HSjBStsr.
Post-omce Vinita I. T.
i cacli ear
Postoflico Prairio City Ind Tor.
na each aldH
on each hip
slop lu the
Postoflico Claremoro ltid Tor
J. O. Ht.GAN. L
Postoflico Adair L? 1.
nmlerblt In :
J. A. THOMPSON.'
Postoflico Vinita Indian TrrflaW
llan re at
bera of raw n
mJlea from II
Jlranded la I
Knp right aa4
.. W.O.NHL-MS. Wt
Postoffico Vinita Indian T-'rrirwy
l?Aflth h (Taalr J I
jrten ml Msoe4ai TA
T.. T pr.TMTi
Postoffico at Prairio Cit'y nd;Tt. i
.a n..H. -. ..l JJ . I
""" IA PSawSM(
crop off rljjt Mtr anff
under halfi opI-MlL
l.ag si t rMTf I
Postoffico. Chouteau t
- t.-lT ..T"
V U on Jeft
cruet i. i.
Postoffico Chelsea I. T.
ia or eft cart:
west of Glial
J. O. HALL i
Post-oHce Vinita I. T.
I llorsn timiul u
on left hP. ' J
jauKo-- x:iwn wauaii.s
Cabin and rVwawVl
.TntTM n TTJTrrai '
p n r....t. . -m...... .. ar
&. v. sjuj jaii ui vuuutistiw a A a
Mark nnder atasta saat
ear over sdaa
tha other Uiaatr mmj
Baneb on Qraata atr
tea ailles nV Cf
!" . a weeea 1
G. W. GREEN
Post-office. Vinita I. T.
Crop off le earaaaC(
Dorthaast 4 flil
W. H. MARBtSS.
Postoffico Vinita I..T
.1. wl' M'Nr'ilTinVlkT V. i
PoslofTco at Chelsea Indian XfcM
Close crop oj I ant ajaar
Uange all toll
i of Cnalaea
J. A. FOREMAN
Postoffico Oowala Ind
" " Underblt
In tl laa . ;
r. -.-."f "
O. T. TIIOMlHrtN
Postoflico Vinita Intl. Taw i
AHt Branded I
sua m asm!
ed br AllljOal
anas ana Prt..
VII Has. nu!
ft--. Jr J
to"' s:.j " 1
.. ts ..a. . s nik-'mtfliiah- " "-"mkimtT
0 0n '
WBSKfrT (Tift irt'.'lAl lif llirt CQIlfl-ll. litfon1 lull!
i- S i u r 5:q J! U? iptoislq tWuw Ot fjH I irfll'
rsllrnirl li 'w
n -. T1 T"
Postoflico. Oownla T p"
!" A few ci re I
alsaaai are brand
aBBBBBBBa aaa-. ' aid
BaaaajalBBlaBBBa a r.w
LHbbbbbbbbbbI branded I
r 1 .attie
W IV I "'Oitlydoulfb- I
llancb on Caner oa 1 js
Q. H LEWIS l""
Postoflico Chouteau IndiiM
2v On hip or
SMAaBa mark nndef
aeBBBaBesBBaa. rt also
aaWBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl nitit. t.
aBBBBBBBBBBVal J' bit tit
Ba"""aaj 1 - -n.i ..
W n Uraod rlrar
tttjimtj-v n ttmrw ' '
.. . .':.r .v "y!. r.
rostoiJico at l uiilcqual DitJ Ti
Haurh V ttl.u
. ..T. . ? t'TIW
sTwill t4 it !i
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Adair, John L. Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 18, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 14, 1886, newspaper, January 14, 1886; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70898/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.