Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 48, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 12, 1886 Page: 3 of 4
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Vinita Ini. Tfcn. Aua. 12.1880.
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Local Railroad Tirao Tables.
MIPSOWlll PAUIKIO ItAtMTAY.
hi No IM.IIanb'IKt I..AT Kx
mi. in m.k at nxprese
I IHIIIVr. I IIKCtl
No. MJ.T U.l. Alhi'litx
No 151 M K.ATjtireax
T. I.OUJ A HAN KitAN'UlHCO UAIt.WAY.
Kx fiom St. I. to Tulea
AI1IIITX. I IIXPAHT.
U:Wam I ... .. ...
Accommodation .. .
Rl t.nnl exprrna
i urnngu cnaen irom v
O J. THOHL'SOA
Vinita - -
PHYSICIAN fc SURGEON.
Ollico over Skinner Bros' grocery
wtoro Vinlta I. T.
I) F. I'OKTKEIt
PHYSICIAN it- SURGEON.
VINITA C. N.
Oflicc roomsup stuira in south end
of Skinner llros1. building. Ollico
hours from 8 to 11 a. m. and from
3 to G p. in.
Tho "Chioftaln" from now
until January 1st 1887 for
Write fur a fair premium list.
Cut nml keep down tlio wi-cils.
A crnr.y mini cm tliu street last Thurg.
tiny and Friday.
Marshal Tovcy hns cnterod upon tho
work of tax collecting.
Tho lawns about town hnvo put on a
My-Oflico Rooms on Second Hoor
ot tlie Opera House
VINITA IND. TKll.
I 'ONATIIAX UOBE
ATTORN EY-AT.L AW.
Particular atlcutlon isiven to tho
prosecution of pension anil tho collec-
tion of furolKit claimH. Sl
OHiir in Onura House lllock.
J V 1I0U1IINOT
ATTORN EY-AT-LA II'.
Trmlo hns been Rood thin week and
tho town full of people.
Thcro was no preaching ut any oi tho
churches Inst Suuday morning.
Tho Verdigris and Arkansas wcro re-
ported "way up" tho first of tho week.
Tho prospects for a sttccossful fair
were never as Mattering as tho present
The Hpllllot; combination gava mi
entertainment at tho opera houso Mon-
Tho town was fully supplied this
week with shooting galtorles swings
nnd tho like
A whisky peddler or two wcro heard
of early in the week but it got too hot
and they left.
Two men who hnd imbibed too freely
of the ardent spent Monday night In
M. E. Millard would bo thankful if
anyone who knows where ills umbrella
is would inform htm.
Will Ward having sold out ills mil.
Ilnery and stationery business to Mrs.
Cass is going to farming.
A great many of the neighboring
country merchants have been in this
week looking up collections.
Two men were here hiBt week in
search of a stolon horso which passed
through town but one day nhcad of
Itcmcmber your friends by sending
them tho Oiiikitain lrom now until
January 1st 1887. It will cost you but
Will uractlee In the United Stalee and Stale
-Omoo Fort Smith ArKnnsao.
7AN H. MA1INING;
CM K. Kt. N. W. Pacific Uuildlng
WASIIIMITO.V V. U.
IT Will uractlec before the Supreme Court of
ItheVnlteri Malee Uinrt of Claim. Supreme
Court ur the District of Columbia ami will
lite caaea agalnit the (lovernment.
BOOTS and SHOES
Mado to order and
wist class woim guahasteeu
cither sewed or pegged.
I 8amplo of Work Always at Shop.
Call and Inspect.
r . . r -
J. W. Maiiti.v
Slfop Vinita Ind. Tor.
V inita Ind. Tor:
Uuly FrsM'lasx House llcttrcen 1'nr.
sons anu m-aiiou.
Rates $2 Per Day
A. G. GREENWAY Prop.
Oi. K. CK-AJG
Lively Feed & Sale Stable
Vinita Ind. Ter.
All stock lofl in my chareo
Ireccivo tlie bcFt of attention.
i turnouts nru the bcBt nnd terms tho
Harris Bros. Stable
SOUTHWEST CITY MO.
and stocked up with
BRAN NEW RIGS.
(Stock left in our charge will always
be attended to properly. Wlien
you come to bouthwest
City give us n call.
WOOD WORK DONE
W. iV. DUULKY Vinita I.T.
IliiL-clea. Carriages. Wasons. Cultiva-
t!nrs Hay ltakes. Mowers and Itoapera
llepaired and flows Slocked. Collins
linailo to order on short notice and
furniture skillfully glued anil ropairtu.
The manufacture ot jikjj iiivs
' a specialty.
All work performed in a neut and
Enorkuianllku manner. I am always at
uy shop brcond block south of skin-
ner KatcliirA Go's.
Notice in this paper tbu shoo shop
advertisement of J. W. Martin. Take
your work to him and hnvo it dono
A suburban cider shop was located
by tho olllccrs Monday night but when
they reached the plaro only an empty
barrel was found.
A quantity of whisky marked to
different parties whoso true names
could not hu learned was seized at
Clarcmoru a fewdaycugoby thusheriir.
Tlie Chieftain from now until Jan-
uary 1st 18S7 for SO cents b'cud in
your subscriptions. Wo arc going to
swell our list if we don't make a cent.
Homo thirsty mortal lost a gallon ot
whisky which came down Tuesday af-
ternoon. Marshal Tovcy grabbed it
almost ns 'twas handed out of the car.
Tlie 1'ralrio City liaso Halt club is
coming down some of these days to
play a game with us. We had better
go out omo evening and hnvo a half
Ham Hull who is selling mowers for
ration & Co. began late hut had sold
twenty-six tin to last lriday. Ho hnds
tbu Big 7 picture in the UillErTAl.x a
mighty good thing.
The railroad bridge across a ravine
between hero nnd Muskogee was ills
roverd to boon flro last Saturday night
Uy tho north bouud passenger traiai
Tho Whistler cattle from Sac nna
Fox were shipped last week to Chicago
by their owner. They made fourteen
cars and weighed 019 pounds. They
struck a good market.
itoodison tho "oil halm" 1'iinch and
Judy man was taken before the mayor
on a disturbance of the pcaco charge.
As tho complaining witness did not ap-
pear ho was discharged.
Every sort of a ruso was employed by
the boys last week in their endeavor to
get away from Fort Smith. As n gon-
cral thing they complied with his
honor's wish and remained.
Wo have quite a number of commu-
nications on hand which in duo course
of timo will bo printed. They are of a
class which do not lose their value Uy
ago and wo hopo tho authors will bo
patient with us.
Kittltoss whs hung at Fort Smith
last Friday for thu murder of Jonathan
Davis nt Ohoutcau last Christmas. Ho
took his fata cooly and without a mur-
mur. His downfall he attributed to
John L. Gul.llvan the bigamist plead
guilty nnd was 'sentenced to five years'
imprisonment and to pay a fino of
$500. This gives the reporter a live
year's leaso of life so far as Mr. Sulli-
van is concerned at least.
"Grandma" Taylor received a briof
dispatch last Suuday mornlug from
Chelsea which read: "Corao on first
train. Tho now baby Is a boy." Kignod
"J. O. McSpaddcn." Ono more "dead
suro" entry for tho baby show.
lion Johnoon Thompion imircn on the
Mm. Klllott l TMtlnK lir daughter Airt
N. M. Whent of thltf Ur
K. 0 l!o ml CatoHtnrr Worn among tlio
Talilcunh Ylillon thli week
Kcho wol reprcnented ly lioth of her me r-
elmnU Mnin Mdlrer and Kelljr.
Adam Clark ami friend from Sliawntc-
town called lait Tnctdajr ou tlielr way welt
John Chamticra and J U Schrlmiher tho
delegate! wars icon among the throng.
Mra. Narclna Owen camo In from 1'ralrlc.
Clly Sunday and went aonth that evening.
Mra. Ilurna and ber daughter Mlta Lltilo
aro vliltlng the family ofMr. S.J. Harm.
Mlaa Ida Colllna came up from Oowata lait
neck to Itlt ber many frlende In thla elty.
Henry Armstrong the (kxxly niuff mer
chant came In to cah hla certlllcntra the nrit
of the week
Prank Booth after an uniueeeaifut effort
to make a crop of corn In Kanaai haa returned
to thla country.
II It. Kdmondton haa been made tempo
raiy aiteiit for tho Mluourl l'aclflo rallruad at
W. W. Miller came homo from 1.1 Dorado
Springs to take In tho payment and will re-
in rn In afewdaya.
W. E. llaliell waa among the Fort Smith
wltncaaca laat week. Wo conclude ho la not
"tuck" on the town.
J. M. Crntchfleld from Tulia .waa hero
acvcral daya the latter part of lait week on bla
way home from attending United Statoa court.
-O. W. Miller and H A McSradden of
l'ralrle City repreienllng O. A. Armitrong
and A. L. Wllllami raipcctlvely were among
Agent Owen and Bam Mxklllcr went north
Tneaday night en route for Fort Smith to be
prcaent at the Inteatlgatlon of T It. Knlght'a
caae by the grand Jury
Sheriff W. K 8andcn waa looking ancr the
peace and aafetyofourcltliena thla week. Now
that payment la oTer he will begin the round-
ing up of outalde cattlo.
Mr. J. W Duncan haa gone up to hla home
near Chetopa where he will remain until about
time for our public achool to open when he
will return baring been re-employed.
MaJ. J. M. Ilryan old aettlcr Cherokee
commlailoner wai a welcome vltltor at thli
office yeiterday Ho report! the claim which
be li proiccntlng In Waihlngton to be In ex-
Chief and Mra. D. W. Duibyhead left hero
for Tahlrquah lait Sunday afternoon. Mra
Iluthyhoad had been tUltlngat Mra. Daniel'
for aomedaya while the chief only arrived lrom
Waihlngton that mornlug.
.Ino. I. .Adair Jr. ion of the editor of thli
paper iprnt a number of daya Ir b rlty tbla
week. He haa been vliltlng frlr ''ta'Oowala
and other portlona of the nation "ad waaou
the way back to Tahlrquah.
Wharton Carnall a very pleaiant gentle-
man who la ono of the publlihera of the Fort
Smith Elevator an excellent paper ipvnt a
number of daya In our elty thla week lie la
making a horieback tour oi the nation.
Itecent lettera from Mr. 0 W. Urren who
la In Colorado apeak very dlicouraglngly at
to hit wlfa'a recovery Thencw location at
Idaho Sprluga bcneilted her for a time and
then the Improvement appeared to ceaic.
Mra. Hello Stevena haa gone to Join her
huiband In Tcxat artrr remalng here aoinc
twoycara leaving many warm frlenda. She
wilt be greatly mlix-d eipoclally la the Sun-
day achool and churab aa alio waa an carneit
A IIAI5T HAT H0I.t!.OqUT.
Kmton tinariilN Tlie late ralja that have
Tlilted thla portion of the country have earned
many a imlle to take the place of a frown that
waa depleted on the auuburnt facta of the
farmrra arnnnd thla locality. If fam Jonea
waa to coma hero with aomo of hla htart atlr.
ring arrmone and work on the crudullty of
tbtae people In away tbat would eauie them
tobelle'ro that by Joining the church no more
drouthi would ever villi them whltit on earth
I think they would go en mane and have thalr
namaa enrolled en the church booka with in-
detlable Ink. t notice that tho channel havs
been better attended aluce atarvatlon haa been
atavlng ua In the faco. It aeema that when
"grnb" l weighed In the balance along aide
of life the poor aoula become acarcd and t.ilnk
of praying fur rain. I wondir why thty do
not give tbanka to tbelr benefactor became It
haaielned I gueaa became "they don't have
to" la the way Itatrlkcethe average human
Ono good hai reiutted from the drouth and that
la aacarclty of flleaand moiqultoca. A great
deal of aleeplng hai been done tbat otherwlie
would havo been Impoailble. We aro all feel-
ing lino now that cropa tbat were thought ru-
ined will make half crnpa and tboie which
were planted later wilt be good. (Iran
which we feared waa dead la alive and will
make good bay aomethlng we can't welt do
without. On the whole we are all right.
BADGETT & BLAKENEY
-)))THE VME.AWAKK((( 1
I f ... ....1a f .rtp.ii.nA lln .!. In.
II.U IIKKU '"liiW"ti'l''ilii
InllOIll J'uruys l rupiijniLiii; riuiu euyr;
It Is a priceless jowoi nsitnistuiectani
1 nil iloodnrizcr. My wife stales for tlio
liucfit of young mothers that it Is a
Jillunlile adjunct to tuo iiurr.ory. it
Vfl filtiitliy so to pareutH irnvuuuu wuu
.tilldreu. otoulls thul-luhl lnval-
utble as a deodorfrer but a few drops
olded to the water in bathing will ro-
ItuVO all enipiiuiia iruui mo hhiii emu-
lg etc ami greatly reirutu unu
Ilucklcn's Arnica Snltc.
. Tho best snlvo in thu world for Cuts
tritium. Hori-s. u cors. halt it leum.
.'ever soifs Tetters Chapped Hands
.Miilblalnt Corns and all Kkin Krup-
toils H mi positively cures rues or no
ay required. It is guaranteed to glvu
erfect satisfaction ur money lefundod.
yli-o cents per uox. ror saie uy w .
What Cau Ho Doue.
Hy trying again and keeping up cour-
jn'ir.Jnv HiIul's seemlnttlv Imnosill'lu
Taj J'O attained. Hundreds of hope-
H ijieaui rviiiiioy unu i.ivur viuuiin-
."have been cured by Kloctrlu lllttors
Kler everything olso had been tried In
Itlu. bo noui inniK tnero is no euro
lir you hut try i-.iectne Hitters mere
t hu meuiciue s" sate so pure anu su
lirfect a Hlood l'urlller. ICIectrlo lilt-
Irs will cure uyspensia iriauctes anu
I Uiscasesofthu Kldnoya. Invnlua-
join nllcctknisofHtoinaen ami J.Ivor
lid overcome ail Urinary Dillicutties.
Itrge Wines oniy
kituu v vo a
his assistant Jt.lt. Uoss reached
Saturday lustwith tho remainder of tho
"grass money" $45000 and nearly all
?f it Is now iu thu hands of thu people
ttcliard (Jlenn W 11. Davis Charles
U. Uoss and two full-bloods tuado up
tho quota of guards.
People should bo very careful about
taking mall from tho postoiUcu which
is notdusigned for them. Tho law pro-
vides a severe penalty fur such acts
wilfully committed. Last woek a party
went to tho ollico iu this city and
claimed thrco copies of thu Ciiicitain
as tils brother's. The lattor sent them
A note from Jitdgu Ward tells us that
ho would havo been hero on tho 3tst of
July to hear tho Fraxier.Uutllugton
cow case as expected but was pro-
vented by a stiper-ahumlanca of bolls.
Ho cannot oven now so ho says' "rldo
walk sit nor stand but roil continually
Iu restless misery."
Tho colored people aro going to hold
a thrco day's "luneral meeting" at
Island Ford beginning the first Satur-
day In beptembor In respect to the
memory of Uebrgo Land rum and Tom
Moore ltov. Bamuel Solomon of Mus-
kogee nnd Kldors White of Ohetopa
Well ut c! ttnl1 Jenkins ot l'aycttevllln Mill belli
Mad doga reported In thla vicinity
Mr J. J. llayden and Mlia Ilertha Carty
were married In thli place on the 3rd Init.
We understand tbat our eitiimeddtlien
Tercy Wrlyhaipurchaied a home noar Vinita.
The Chrlitlan brethren have been holding
a aerlea cf mcetlngi at thli place but no aurcen
ltaln bai at lait vlilted our country and the
farroari are feeling more cheerful. Corn In
coming out bcyoud expectation and the preaent
outlook aeema brightening. Sikxit.
1LT ClICI.K FLIMIES.
The nlre ralna are making everybody fetl
happy Kven the hay makera aro willing to
lee It rain conilderlng the great amount of
good even If they do loie a little hay. Uran
li very ihort requiring a great breadth of land
.for a little gran Corn crop prospect! are
much better than two or three weeka ago. To-
tatoca are a very poor crop. Garden track
generally la very poor. Italna came too late
to lave the vegetablea. Two nelghboraon the
creek have lull between them thirty-flre or
lorty Iambi by the voracity of one wolf and
much to their dliguit the brute still inrTlvei
though numeroui atteropti at hla destruction
have been made. A price haa been put npon
hla head Yoi-asTui'LT.
I.oweit thermometer coeleit morning at
lunrlie Thuriday lit CO degreiit blgheit
itith and 30th both IS Loweit at S p. ra..
coeleit day 2llh77 nigneat warmest ror me i
month and tuna lar of me year euneiaay
ltth 101 I
Orealeit range of thermometer la any one
day 13th IS degreei) amalleit range :th t
Wldeit range ror the month il degreei. ror
eight daya the thermometer ranged between
TO and M and for twenty-three daya the range
waa BO and above Thla can welt be called
"the heated tarm."
Five daya have been fair thirteen cloudy
and thirteen clear. Sixteen ihowen thla
month of which thirteen came from north
and northweit and three from the aouth . Italn
haa fallen daring ten daya andtwonlghti
Wind baa been from north 1 day eait 1J
daya aouth 11 daa. weit I daya and variable
Jdaji. Force of tho wind baa been dead calm
adaya light 23 daya and brlik 1 day Mot a
alngle atorra with hall or atrong wind.
Ilualneii ti dally Improving In our enter-
prlilng little town. Cattle ahlpplng haa re-
ceived no cheek from tbe dlicouraglngly low
prlcra atlll quoted. There li no complaint of
hard timet nor acarclty of work.
Mra. Sarah llendore and Mr. tA Living
atone were married at the rcildencoof O. V.
8mlth Eaq. on tboMh Kd'i manyfrlende
congratulate him that hla long and patient
purault baa met with aucceaa at lait
A revival conducted by Klder Sbapard
I'araoni Jonei Tbompion and Yarbrough. haa
Jait cloied. Many wandering aheep have been
reclaimed and a goodly number of lamba ad-
ded to the Maater'a fold. Next week the Cum-
berland l'reabyterlan church expect! to con-
tinue tho good work already ao welt begun
The new Methodlit church Juit rebuilt on
the alto whero Ilryan'a chapel waa burned
waa to-day dedicated to the Lord A large
roncouria gathered towltnua tbe aolcraa and
Interesting rite. Tho home although com-
modloui and convenient could not acat the
rait croud but thoy gathered Iu the beautiful
grove within hearing of tbe cloquentdlicouraci
and ancr the morning nrvlcos a lumptueua
rrpait waa apread for all.
Augait Sth.ljfttd OcemoxiL
Our river baa bevn on a rampago for later-
al daya It now standi with a twenty foot
tlie Wo feci now that ai tho river hai had a
thorough washing out health will bo good
durlug tbe fall tnontha
Thla morning promlied to be a fair day
with not a cloud to be arcn but by ono o'clock
a Wilrl(il)lnd came over from I'rjor creek
and brought with It Mr lllgga armed with a
marriage license. With the aulitance of Esq.
Carey Mill Ellia Wbllldwlnd wai changed to
Our achool home will be empty thla winter
aa at the lait aciilon we did not make there'
qnlrnl average of fifteen This la all owing
to the palrooi not lending their children ai
they ahoutd have done Probably thla will
teacb thara aomethlng but then there la a
clan that will not learn from anything yon
know their name.
We were agreeably aurptlied yesterday by
the return of Kd Campbell from Colorado
whero bo went In aearcb of a healthy and qui-
et retreat for hla family among the Kocklea
They were located at Spring-dale a delightful
place altuated aarenty uillra northweit of
Denver In lloulder county and are happy
Thla waaKd'a Brit vlall to thaVatale and ha
waa Infatuattd with the climate The light of
mow In Jul j waa a novel one: and act our friend
Auguit7 l&tt QaiciWAY
Petitions nro in circulation asking
tho authorities to liberate from jail the
men who wrecked tiio Missouri Pacific
engines at Parsons. Itcmoustranccs
are also In circulation. Tho men wcro
sentenced to thirty daya in jail which
they havo served and a $300 fine.
Prof. Davis principal of the Male
.Seminary has resigned his position on
account of bad health. This is to be
much rcgroltcd as no ono lias ever
bcon a more popular and euccessful
teacher in that school. He expects to
go to Colorado in tho pursuit of health
Tho Southwest City Corner Stone
flics wldo of tho mark In relation to the
escape of tlie fellow arrested for steal
ing a horso near this town.ns mentioned
n week or two ago. This "escepe" as
intimated by our Informant was one
likely to result in a murder trial. We
guess ho was wrong.
liKLiaioi'8. Tho fourth quarterly
meeting of Coodys Iilufr circuit will bt
held at Chelsea I. T. commencing
August 27th. Itro. Jones of Grand
river circuit is expected to be prceut.
In all probability the Ttlng will
continue after Sunday. All are invited
tn attend. The meeting will be con
ducted prlnciply by Klder Ebnpard
presiding elder and Itev. Shannon
pastor in charge.
Was JusTiriKO. A friend tells us
that Taylor Forcmnn is not under
arrest as was to bo Inferred from a
correspondence in last Issue but has
gono to California. Ho was threatened
with or has consumption and made no
denial of introducing whisky for his
own use. Tlio oflicer who had no writ
informed Mr. Foreman that ha had
been reported and assured him that if
ho would no to Muskogco and ac-
knowledge tbe facts the commissioner
would dismiss thu caso. This hu prom-
ised to do but on teaming that such an
act was beyond the commissioner's
power and fearing to delay his journey
until after meeting tho caso at Fort
Smith ho left for California as stated.
We bellevo that nine out of ten people
would justify Mr. Foreman's course.
Excitement In Texas.
Great excitement lias been caused in
the vicinity of Paris Texas by tho re-
markable recovery of Mr. J. K. Oorley
who was so heljiless hu could not turn
in bed or raise his head; everybody
said ho was dying oi consumption. A
trial bottle o Dr. King's New Discov-
ery was sent him. Finding relief he
bought n largo bottle and a box of Or.
King's New Life Pills; by tho time ho
hod taken two boxes of pills and two
bottles ol the Discovery ho was well and
hns gained thirty-six pounds. Trial
bottles of this Great Discovery for con-
sumption friti at W. V- Patton & Co's.
Bry Goods Firm
of "truM x'X'Jii
Have the best selected and entirely new stock of
DEI GOODS. BITS ail SHOES
OfU'y vlllc Kanras
TOWNSBND & PIOKfeW.
Post-office Sac and Fox Ind. Ter
Ifr tFlf' IHiH1 i7w flggisVBailaBnaW
llange. oir I reck. mllre aouth Cofforvil
J. T. M'SPADDBN
Posloffco at Cltelscn Intlinn Tcr.
Cloee crop ou leu eari
ovrrhlt In right.
llange eix mnca wcu
a. h. LBWis
l'ostofllcc Chouteau Indlnn Tor.
unnipor line rii
mark under alone both
rnrai aim split and
iimlcr lilt in rignt un-
der bit In left Homo
branded X llange at
month of l'ryor ereok
rait and wait ilde of
Same on bothaldea Sams on both llrtw
Varlona car marka and old brand uahiftr
Iowa Iteaervation llorae brand I l)A onblir
JOHN WHISTLER ..
I'OatOIIlCC KJ!lCCirox.iBt"l;JA Al
v m Crop off right ear an
rrop anil umier nair
Sao Slid Fot roaerva
tlnn Cattl or. thla;
brand are aol only fof.
Pontoflicc Vinita Ind. Te.
ilATS TltUXKS FURNISHIN'U GOODS (1ROCKIUKS
ETO. in the CIIEROKEK NATION.
"WE DEFY COMPETITION
AND GUARANTEE TO SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY
HOUSE IN THE COUNTRY OUR STOCK OF
BOOTS JLJSTJD SHOES
Could not bo better. Wo have everything n person nccda
in this lino at surprisingly low prices.
Also a splendid lino of
GENTS' and BOYS' CLOTHING.
nt Kingston Knnpas
Ho ad brand
l nder half-crop
in eacn ear
llange. head n
Illgereek. t S. i-M
. . "gt Varlona rhiflia anc
BgHegDgK Cl'at A
I nfiine I
W. O. PATTON & 66. t
Post-otlice Vinita 1. T.
E. B. PRAYSBR
Postoillco ' Vinita Intl Tor.
Smoofn crtti In Cht?
Horses branded thfY
snmo On the left
Itnngc ItOck creek
J. A. THOMPSON
nor u r 1 1
two letter I
oOon left hip
y tor ahlp-
riient llange alx
east or Vinita
on Cabin be
tween Locuil and Mtiitang ereeka 4-3-1
Ohorokoo Omhnn ABvlum.
croinn left ear
iioriebVand ! Poatofflcf.Viniln Indinn Tcrtltory.
llnnM at lia.1 tln.
brra of I'awpaw elghf
mllea rrom lnlta.
llrandul on hlpt half
crop right and H'Mtlrf
Ion ear. llorrcaaamf
We have just purchased at a bankrupt sale a large lot of Gents'
Shirts both cotton and wool also Overalls Suspenders and Underwear
of all kinds which we will sell at thu regular wholesale price.
Itcmcmber our goods arc all first class in every respect and were
bought to sell. All the prices have bcon marked down to a popular
COB'IE AND SEE US'.
BADGETT & BLAKENEY
a. n. mayes.
. PostolliccSalina Indian Territory
and under bit
In one ear and
over slope In
tle handed ua
and noteb on I
' tail ' ut
on llanee n
Postoillco Chouteau I. T.
aomo cattle nrn'ir
Y (I ou left side.
fcitr mark Over
slope in caehenr.
Jinnee iVn rrvor'sr
crcet I. T.
PostonitfC at Vinita Ind Territory
. fin I. ft .I?-. ..
fuw fork In eaeh ear.
1 tan eh on WhitoOatrr
M. W. COUGH.
PostolHcc Chelsea I
Poutollice Clarcmore Ind. Tcr.
J. O. HALL.
st-oUicc Vinita I.T.
Vuderbit In each
Horso brand samtf
on left Jilii.
Cabin and PryorV
Poslolllcc Vinita Ind Tcr.
uranti on nip or alila
Kar mark crop off loft
ana crop ana miner
Kongo on White Oak.
Fruit Cans at Miller's.
J'o'ii"" ff i COMANOHBLAND&OATTLE' Oof
i-vuusviiiu iviin. unu ii.iiiun;ii
Stock Yards Illinois.
.ar mark I
llnald liob. I
tie all branded
on ln '
aide and hlpa
Texas ateera air
ouaear-nurka ltange Couiaocne county ikmjI.
Q. W. OREEN
Post-olilce. Vinita I. T.
Crop oir left earanul
split in right.
ltange On J o u e rf
creek eight miles'
northeast of VI
New Cutlery; fine lino at Miller
Lot of white Corn Meal Freshly
ground at lialcntinc a.
New Goods Millinery Notions
otc at Mrs. Ironsido's.
Patent pearl meal in cloth sacks.
Skinner natcnu a uo.
Golden Crown Flour at Green fc
Clark's; 82.(K) per hundred.
Ladies go to Mrs. Ironside' Band
cvamino tho 'daisy" Jerseys.
Corn Oats Brnn and all kinds
of Feed on hand at Balcntine's.
Corn ground or Meal exchanged
for corn at all times at Ualcntino's.
GTahito Iron Ware for preserv-
ing fruits in nt V. W. Miller
Wo havo a full stock of Tabic
and Pocket Cutlery .Skinner Rat-
cliff & Co.
Puro Honey Fresh Butter and
Eggs And Poultry always found nt
Buy your Writing Paper Envoi.
opes and all Stationery of A. F.
Great clcaranco salo of Clothing
nt Green & Clark's; now is tho time
Tlio host Flour made is sold by
William LittW & Co.
W. H. MARKER
PostolHcc Vinita I.T
Crop off of lea ear"
under half crupln right
ItangeOn lllg Cabin
at $2.50 per
-lvjl. j. xvj.vyx jl- joxjwvxv. c a
i ' "JHMaaaaaaHlBliPlIt In
gaTalaiBaaaaaaM-BK right car
aV VaflataaaaaagtBCO Oir lert " .- .ar mark ".
StaW n UaaaHaaaflll. and Vmm Jlngld Iwb. KSiSSS
BTnats aa-HaTaTaTaTaTaTBaaiB .tf gagagagagagagagagagagagagaT I aiuo gaaa nnm murici .
aHRaHaHlJgagagagagigegagaMHaflaBW gaeaB hl'i.. VHHalgtaLfe llalf-breedcat-PW
nSSLVJLiHalLlLLLgtagtar Wt W K.ll??.5: VSLVSI tl.ll branded U9KI
aaVJVP"JakiTV W I "! laTIVV final MaT rJtrIiiC2J I creek -amraa-aVTl V WTi
g aaWgeaWlafcl talall-aM si Ball i g-gM Ut 1 I llf mW W ImTI
QKUalBaaBHaPalgtaV NATHANIEL SKINNER.
VaW gtgtgV Post-oUlce Vinita I. T.
' Ivy BigfaHr TaHaLi . "hipo In
gtv iafraHr aBaMaaVaaavrsC3aTaangta each ear.
.BervSaVfiaaKsflr fltatMiin"i ."if.-yT i
JSmWKrm 'J- O. McSPADDEN.
.ataaVaVLfiBHa&hBHniiav I'lislnflirn. Hlii'lm-n Tml. Tnr.
.jgaLaTHealaalaaaaVflgtr . j- Smooth crop g
daTaaVfVBiaBniaV Tk B a right ear 5gC
JgBgMWQiiMigaVaW klsMP tn VkgBHaMalgta
aBLHlMDiMaaHrgaW gaHgMaBEgSgajk ltange agaVaSagfaV
gagagaBVVbaBaRaaV AtqaaaVevaaB bbbW bV lagtaH
gtgtgtaVnTUnUDKgaW KfF-lrVlU'KzM near eroaalng aBaalaaawl
geLa9HaHa3laBaaV vW0xHHgfl l" " PaVi
----BBJfAajjjjjjjjjjaBjv utU. iili'rnn .view uramieu wrfwm
HBalLgtRgtW Post-Office Clarcmore Ind. Te-. W- herd VeciX-tHli
aHaHaaBOiBgW v f maKi-a-a-BtBBTa-a ed by Alllaon Bandi
aMaHBgtar 2kjA-. nnd underMt "faWrWtrRVI Thommon brandsT
lgagtgtgtgtTia'-' tvfnirwn. tnlennmooth &&rv'B"Jl ajr a
-aBjj9jjj9jaaamTai- mK WJLv'.-37naa .a. .i.ht veBir.iviuBaahBvJBTJ aav
. .--.- .. fSKJWoSJ3i llangr 1-an- SEaaWI HAb
TbWsi 's- . S?f Alv w .. T- aTiiaTrTilMI fgaLnafa2SV"Wf - W Fl
f-KeBgavv-'i. . ' v . - erTiiijeriinaf .- y o mi r- xt Mnnini
SSSIllmf ' 'IBBl ' PostofficoS6owai?iflr.diun Territory
"'"'"""SS"- " " n- - '' ----eaaWjeiiT-a .-eama iflii"- - m W - (gMgFSJJJJJJJJJJT'i "'aj. . allBggtV W IV ITf Ha? agaf1
. Imtm.'iWk jxi-T-kJts. a fLIw w
SOLD exoijUHIVBLy iw Ttua vxuinrx-x a YVsiitSJSyriWfr! njjK3S5s ttai3sab
Q. T. THOMPSON
Postoflice Vinita Ind. Tcr.
and In aama I
ed by Alllaon I
llange on I-rv
ore crera sir
mllea aouth of
railroad K M Hurt
foreman Chouteau I T
Subscriptions taken ut tho Post-
office News Dopot for every Peri
Lay Boarders Wanted.
Enqulro of Mrs. Koys first door
south of Bontty'a.
-..... i i a ai
Look out for now stock of Dry
Goods Notions etc. tlds week at
William Littlo & Co's.
Corn Oats Bran Ship-Stuff and
Baled liny always on hand.
Skinner ItatclliT & Co.
Go to Green & Clark's for tho
most Goods for least money ot
any houso in tho territory.
-I.- m.m - I
For tho next 80 days all goods
in slock will ho sold nt cost as I
am going to St. Louis. Sontombor
1st to buy a now stock. Mrs. It.
Millinery Notions and Stationery.
A now invoice of nil uoods in mt
lino has been received nnd I can
now offer especial inducements
both as to styles and prices. Mrs.
Akin who is with mo is propared
to do any Mid all kinds of sewing.
Mits 1' II. Cass.
SOLD EXCLUSIVELY IN THIS VICINITY BY
-W. O. PATTOlsT &c GO
VINITA - - IND. "SCIEJU..
THE FISH St KECK CO
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS
tn u fr.i..i..tii.ir.r.. .nw.i4i.itr iji. e.u.rao. ur.iu..t
0E0.0.KKCK. ntANitaTisn. w. a KuniiAV wwr. Bujnrwia.
0lUeJ.;o.n. .. -t1S":KT-J7'V et.in.n.'n''
" """"T" --- .
Ihe nuixe nmaoat
ii.iiRVint.r. Lonia KonTU. nu '
Solicitor. Solicitor. Hog S
We will be rrprweuted at Weelern ahipidug iolnU durlnth
Authorlacd amenta for aals otatrajaot ran Handle block U
This brand and niarK (crop anil un-
tlerbit oil' each ear) kept up on ranch.
nrnus car inaricH nnu om urauus.
Horso br.iiitl hurse-shoeon left shoul-
der anJ ueil.
Kan cj on
north of Tuls
aaa -. ijiiaiinaTf gairTI
Old brand New brand
rriaeut mark lnler alnpo and uvvrbtt Iif
Kaun ear ltange on Uluo creek three udtee
north roowala 4-1
TlT. .T HPTJOTT aftS?
The public are invited to tee the" immense stock of baildinp; Material kefct
and to noto tho prices which defy competition.
None bu. OASH orders lollclted. SatU faction Guaranteed
osr. Xt. a?jBLOa?a7 3mco.xxxox.
THE LITE STOCK MARKET OF ST.L0U1S
TUB ST. LOUIS NATIONAL
Located nl Kaat HU Lwula lit.
'tornlldoacrlptionOt'IJro Stock alwajraluai.
SSlance. and within tho srmindi of tuo Stocli
LYfiaT5 Uoe( Canning Cumuanr vvllb tr
fSttmrjtb aUugbtertmr I.UUO bead of uattl
dtir alfeiPirK l-ackliiit UebtblUhoieuU wltk
a eavaa-'I C '' ekutnoilng 12.S0Q boa dally.
' WAolayKJiOX rresldciit.
Postofitco Vinita Ind. TarritorV
crop and apllt
ilno tag trt
fl ft n . h I i
rtiilre weat or
Vinita at thrf
li ud of l'rror'a creek llange between l'ryy
o" m..l I igotiiing crcika SI
ED CAMPBELL "
Po.-itolTiet at Alluwe Indian Tcr.
Lrop ami ua
der hair crop?
In eaeh ear
Sold only W
OEOnaH W OLAJJIC
Pojjtoflko Vinita indiim TerrKor
nntunvi cruar llf
Irft a-r MMt Ut
II i n Mnan
iTat.il'"I d. iMt u o
iiihv ' ene w
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