Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 10, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 18, 1886 Page: 3 of 4
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Visi'tA Ind. Ti:h.Nov. 18 1880.
Local Railroad Tlmo Tables.
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No. IM M.K T.Kprcta
Ko. IM.T.dt.I. Allb'lax
T. LOUIS A BAN FRANCISCO KAII.WAT.
Kt. from St. I. lo Tulie
I Anntvi I rf.i.nT
Accommodation I I 4:00pm
St.Loulietpreti .Wp.m.l .:Mpm
Through eaeh from St. Iionlt lo Tnlit.
J AWE A LINIT 6-21
PHYSICIANS fc SUIiOEONS.
ar Calls answered promptly Day or
Oo-wa-t.a .... Ind. Teh.
a j. THoxraoa
Vinita. - - - Ind.Tcr.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
OiTico over Skinner Bros' grocery
store Vinita I. I.
T F. 10RTNEK
Ptt YSICIA N A- S URGEON.
VINITA. C. N.
OfBco rooms up stairs in south end
f Skinner Bros building. OiTico
hours from b to 11 a. m. and from
3 to 0 p. in.
A TT. FOBEMAN
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
8" Office Kooms on Second Floor
ot the Opera House
VINITA IND. TEH.
-1 II. UKTHEhb
iUftteral Insurance Agent.
Optra house Block ViUa I. T.
TJELL A TAILOR 52
A TTORNE YS-A T-LA 1T.
J. M. Dm . Echo i. T.
J. M. Tavdos Jn. Chelsea I. T.
A TTORNE Y-A T-LAW.
Particular nttontlon given to the
prosecution of pension and tho collec-
tion of foreign claims. Also claims
agataat railroads (or stock killed tic.
Ofllco in Opera llouso Mock
VrsiTA ... Ivii.Twt.
If C. UOUDIJiOT
J' A TTORNE Y-A T-LA IV.
Will practice In the United Slates aid Stats
isOffleo Fort Smith ArkanBaa.
FTmNITUBE SEWIHQ MACHINES
Twelve yean experience at an Undertaker.
Make! a tpeclalty or embalming
COAL! -:- COAL!
TO TJIR CITIZENS OF YI.NITA:
I am offering- my Coil at tht bank on I'awpaw
at rive Cents pr bushel aud htvaanabund-
anee of It on band at all timet.
S-10 SOLOMON COON.
Mado to order and
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
cithor sewed or pegged.
Samplo of Work Always at Shop.
Call and Inspect.
fi-9 J. W. Martin
At Barber Shop Vinita Ind. Tcr.
BLAQKSMITHING '. DONE
OK ALL KINDS.
Vf. "IT. DUDLEY Ylulta I. T
Respectfully Informi the public that be li
prepared to repair or make any part of a wag-
a baggy plow or to thoe hone aud mnlee.
The bet smiths and thoen always at their
potlt All work done promptly and In a work-
manlike manner I hare alwayt a number of
hurieand male shoot ready uttrd and steel
toed ralallngaad orerhaullnir bugglet and
carrlageta specially All work neatly done
and satisfaction gaaraateed.
Hides Furs Pelts Wool
and Tallow Wanted.
I bars engage In business at the old "cheap
ah More'' opposite tbe ITrlied botel Vinita
Ind. Ter. and will
PAX HIGHEST CASH PRICE
at all timet for bidet fun tklnt peltt. wool
audtfellow OWems a -chance to boy before
Mlllu elsewhere and you wilt be certain to
make money by li.
S. A. Ill.UKJACKKT.
J.J. Atkins Uhicr of Pulico Knox
villu Tenn. writes; ".My family nnd I
nro licncflciarlcs ofyour most ccollont
incdlclno Dr. Kinjt'u Now discovery for
consumption; having found it to ho all
that you claim Tor it desire to testily
to Its virtue. My friends to whom I
have recommended it praise It nt every
Dr. Klnu'a Now Discovery for Con-
Humption'lB isuarautcod to euro Cough
Colds Ilronchitls Asthma Croup and
uvery offectlon of throat Chest uud
Lungs. Trial llottlo Freo at W. 0.
l'atton & Cn's Drug Store. Large fjiio
Mr. J. 51. Norris an old rcaldont ol
Itomo (ia.. says that ho had heon badly
troubled with Kidney Complaint for a
Krcat many years and witli Eczema for
there years; at tlmas could scarcely
walk and hnd tried many remedies with-
out benefit until ha began taking Elec-
tric Hitters and anointing his hands
nnd feet with Jliitklon's Arnica Halve.
This treatinunt allordcd him great re-
lief nnd ho strongly recommends electric
Hitlers to oil who suirur with Kldnoy
Complaint or need a Mood l'urlllor.
Holdiy Y 0. l'atton A Co.
Thero is no mo navinc 12.00 nor
ay for board when you can cot
UHtnn (rood board for 81. 00 to SI 25
dor day at tho Hotel Do Blytlio
whs. j b. ulythk I'rpprlolor.
About tlmo to mako up a city ticket.
Quails aroqultoplentlfiilthls fall.
Wllllo Tiger Is goltlng along yery
Roller skating is lo boTovivcd at tho
Wo havo had some tjutto chilly
weather this week.
"Chcrokco Antiquities" 2 cents a
copy at this odlco.
Is thero no news over In tho vicinity
of l'ralrlo City worth reporting?
Tho prlco of corn Is not odvonclng as
rapidly as many Boilers anticipated.
A horso and saddlo wero stolen last
Monday night from 8. II. Donuoll's
O. W. Grcon Is suflortng n groat deal
this week with his old torment rheu-
matism. Jack Frost Is now making this coun-
try nlKhtly visits. Tho dars aro
Subscribe at once and thus sccuro
orcry possible copy ol tho paper to ho
had fcr 1.M.
Klnntson is tho name of a new post
oulco established on the lino between
Cholopa and Ooodya Bluff.
"How will you vote I n coso a proposi-
tion to sell tho strip is submitted?" is
a question occasionally heard.
Tho little nnrso girl employed by R.
Ironside let tho baby fall out or its
carriage ono day last week breaking
'William Stiller while returning from
a danco on Con-skin Pntirloono night
recently was thrown from his horso
Last Sabbath at tho rcsldcnco or Dr.
McNalr In Balino district Mr. Claud
Rogers and Miss Ella Hicka wero
united In marriage.
Joseph Hunt has bought out th
Marks butcher business and associated
himself with J. W. Skinner. Tiioy will
conduct both shops.
It. J. Lunday living over near Echo
hat been very sick indeed with
pneumonia and can hardly jet bo said
to bo out of danger.
W. C. Wnllscc a bigamist whd mar-
ried a lady at 'Webbers Falls was
given a three year's sentenco In the
United States court.
Wo will make it to tho advantage of
every business man in tills country to
give us a bid on their job printing be-
fore aending to tho city.
Nowlon county. Missouri has a flat.
tcring prospect for tho next wheat
crop and Hie same Is im caso in the
eastern part of this nation.
A telegram from Washington states
that the supremo court has rendered a
decision establishing tho (3000000
Choctaw claim against tho United
Tom ilowlo put in twenty rlcres or
barley this rail on new ground. As it
is probably tho first experiment in this
nation the result will be watched with
Dick Fields who was under bond to
be at Fort Smith on the 1st Inst. had
not reached thero up to last week. Too
much important business on hand at
Francis Fritz has secured an order
from tho agent restraining Solomon
Coou from digging any inoro coal un-
til tho muddled question of right to
tho bank 1b settled.
Thodamaco to tho Ooncrccatlonal
church recently from fire has been re
paired. Hy the way n hatchet was
lost on that occasion and wo should Im
glad If tho finder would return it to
Remember lor ?2.00 you can got tho
Citta aim and anyone of tho following
papers for ono yean Globo-Democrat
St. Louis Republican Sew York Sun
Chicago Weekly News. Ask us for
That so many of our old subscribers
are coming in and renewing their sub-
scriptions is a sourco or much gratifi-
cation. As long as our efforts aro
satisfactory to our friends wo have
nothing to fear.
Rov E. A. Barry who has been des-
ignated to solicit subscriptions for a
Baptist church spent a portion of this
week among tin peoplo ot this town.
Wo undc:stand ho met with quite en-
Silver is reported to exist south or
Caldwell on tho Chcrokco strip and
tho soldiery havo beon ordered forward
to oust tho trespassers. Thoso felloes
aro never at a loss for somo ruso or pro-
text for invading tho territory.
J. M. Jones of Parsons tho deputy
rovenuo collector for this district was
recently tried lor libeling a preacher In
his paper tho Arbitrator but tho jury
disagreed. Ills two associates wero
round guilty aud fined $1000 and (500
W. A. Lubbca and Vena Ivdmondson
wero married on Sunday tho 7th Inst.
at Kansas City by Rov. Mr Green.
After n few days stay at tho metropolis
ofthowost Mr. aud Mrs. Lubbcs re-
turned to this placo find begun house-
keeping abovo tho Arcade.
An item in I ho Southwest City Cor-
ner Blono states that tho material ou
which that paper has been priutcd has
been sold to Ilogau Si Draught or l'ral-
rlo City. What anyono wants two or
three hundred pounds or llalibltt motal
for wo aro at a loss to know.
At tho Presbyterian supper given last
Friday In tho opera houso about $1S
wus realized. Tills wilt go towards n
fund for purchasing a boll for tho
church. All threo oflhoollicr churches
In this city havo holla and wo aro glad
to know tho l'rcabyivrian will soon bo
Frloud Goro makes tho Journey bo-
tweou town and his country residence
now In about hair tho tlmo It used to
take. A ton pound boy born last Fri-
day morning Is probably tho causo
U ho just had anything hair as nice as
tho Uhikitaih Klrl two days older
ther'a no telling what ho'd do.
Tho up town branch ol tho public
school has been abollshod aud tho
pupils aro lion all Quartered at tho old
houso which Is said to bo quite com-
rortablo. Miss ha to Timborlako has
resigned as a teacher aud will attend
school hcreeir ulsowhorc. Miss Llzxlo
Keys has been selected In lior stead
-E N llatclltr left "for Text latt Monday
on a two wcck'arlilt
Mrs II t. lllakeney after s wfek'aTlalt at
Kcoaho rctnrnod homi)citetily.
Mr.)olin lllllcr pulled out for 81. t.ool
latt Monday. Wn primnmn theeaprcti robbery
cato will toon be unraveled.
Arrangements aro going forward for
tho minstrel show.
Wyly Cox who was tried In tho cir-
cuit court at Fort Smith for tho killing
of John Kemp was acquitted.
' Tho band is making remarkable
progress. They havo secured another
very good cornotcst to practice with
Tho cars which camo In from tho
north last Friday morning had a liberal
covering of snow. Something which
strongly resembled that article was
seen hero tho day before.
A noto from Btucjackut says: Wo
hflVo a school In good running order
(Miss Jones as toucher) and havo Bun-
day school and preaching by Rov.
Bluejacket regularly. Last Sunday a
convert to tho Baptist faith was bap-
tized hero after much searching along
tho creek to find enough water.
A Whit op Haiieas Conpus. A Fort
Smith dispatch states that Judge
Parker has granted a writ of habeas
corpus In the raso of Mrs. Daugherty
now in tho national prison. If wo aro
correctly informed as to tho law thero
Is a very strong probability that Judge
Parker will find our courts had no
Jurisdiction. Then if discharged on
this writ a caso can bo brought in the
federal court tho woman being a citi-
zen or tho United States.
M armed. Wo team that on last
Thursday afternoon tho 11th Inst. at
Cooyyah Mr. Z. D. Cromwell and Miss
Emma Delay wero united In marriage.
Tho ceremony was pcrlormod by Rov.
Mr. Crawford at tho rrsldenco of
David Elliot. Mr. CromWiil Is a pros-
perous young merchant at Cooyyah
and wo congratulate him on tho wis-
dom of his latest venture. Thero aro
strong Indications of another wedding
so 'tis said in tho samo town and
within a short time.
TnK Trtourso Cask. This case
which has received soeh wide attention
and was for a time considered oW
with took a new turn this weok. Last
Monday by order of commissioner of
Indian affairs to Agent Owen Police-
man Foreman served an attachment
upon. Dr. F. B. File agent for G. T.
Thompson calling for property valued
at $11030. All tho ranch improve-
ments including buildings fencing
implements a saw mill teams corn
etc. wero embraced in tho schedulo of
property. Tho complainants in the
caso aro Buchanan Hill and Parks.
Wo believo this action on part of tho
government is unprecedented aud tho
result will be closely observed.
A PnouiNEST Man Dead. Thero will
bo many in this nation to regret tho
death of J. M. Thompson (Martin)
which occurred early Monday morning
15th Inst. at his homo near Goody's
Bluff. Mr. Thompson was at tho Del-
aware payment last week in apparent
good health and it was thero ho con-
tractcda cold which soon developed
into pneumonia. Tho deceased was
57 or 58 years of ago and his circlo of
kinship and acquaintance extended to
nearly every family in tho nation. Ho
has filled with credit many public po-
sitions and was as activo aud consistent
Christian gentleman Tho burial took
placo on Tuesday at bis lato home.
T. F. Thompson ot this city a nephew
was among thoso la attendance'.
Outwitt eo tub Oi.d Laov. Mr. A.J.
Uowycrand Miss McFarland.ot Grcon-
wood Missouri arrived hero early yes-
terday morning and woro married at
tho Frisco hotel hy Rev. McOrary
shortly after breakfast. They wero a
very ulco looking young couple and wo
doubt not tho marriage will always
prove a happy oue. As incidentally
loarncd Mrs. McFarland who is a
widow objected to tho match and as a
ruso tho young lady started for Lees
Summit to work out. After tho cere-
mony was over a dispatch was sent
apprising tho mother as to tho situation
or matters and wopresumoir sho has
not cro this sho soon will extend her
forglveuess. A very useAil present
from Mr. Rlggs and Mrs. Decker who
wero among tho witnesses attested
their desire to mako tho occasion as
pleasant and homeliko as possible.
Nous From Allurre.
Tho Dolawaro payment JuBt through
with passedoff very quietly though
tho usual gambling devises wero on
hand to sharo in tho division of tho
money. Tho clrcumstanco of tho fall
payment or 1880 would havo soon been
forgotten had not Agent Owen mado a
ruling concerning parties who woro
living as man and wifa without being
first married. II o emphatically told
such persons that unless they entered
tho holy bonds of matrimony their
sharo of tho money would bo sent back
to whero it camo from. Rather than
lose their "draw" nine couples willing-
ly bad tho knot tied then aud thero by
ministers prosont ou tho pay ground.
Tho amount disbursed was about
(27000 making n fraction over (JM per
head. This amount was almost sulll-
clcnt for tho Delawares to squaro up
with their traders.
I think that tho amount ot civil and
criminal busluos transacted by Agent
R. L. Owen must bo enormous if ho is
bothered continually as ho was whilst
here. Disturbances of o very kind akin
totholnsido Morkingortho territory
woro laid before him. But such is an
John Wllloy the Indian pollco who
was arrested by a doputy marshal for
taking tho guus of some huntors a
short tlmo ago has roturncd homo.
Tho commlssbnor discharged him on
tho ground that hu had a right as an
olllcor of tho government to disarm tho
huntors. Wllloy asked tho marshal to
take him beforo MaJ Tufts as It was
nearer to his homo but tho marshal
disregarded tho police's request aud
dragged him tot. Smith and in ro-
turn will most likely bo hung up lor
intentionally detaining u U S. olllcor
which will sorvo right. Although
thero was no caso against Policeman
Wllloy and but few questions usked by
tho commissioner It behooved a llttlo
lawyer who had beeu spokou to for as-
sistance should any be roquirod to
mako tho very modest charge ol (50 for
walking to tho otllco and back. It Is
inoro llkelv that in future tho domiHim
will bo a llttlo shy about arresting tho
Hunan iuuuu wuou tuoy aro in (118
chargo of their sworn duty. Neuaii
Nov H 188.
Mayo' on he I
Town or Dowmxdvn.t.r 1 T
To tUo Clerk of tho Town of Downlngtlllci
Hy virtue ofantliorlly In meTritrd I W.I..
Trutl mayor of llownlngTllle do liana thin
my proclamation to you dlrecttngyon to hold
and haro held In the Town of Downlnxvllto
Cherokee nation t T. a general election on
the Snt Monday In December A. I). ISM bo-
Inc the sixth day of laid month for the pur
pote of electing ona mayor and fire e'.nncllmen
to terre until tbelr tueceMort aro 'ilocll and
qualified according to law. In coitiiat'(.tfrtrM
election yon aro directed to dllllKenl.y exam-
ine and faithfully obtcrre the reqnlramenti of
law enacted for ronrlmtrnetlon and guidance.
In wltnrat whereof I litte hereunto tetmy
hand and teal thlt eth day of November A. I)
11. W L. TmiTT
Mayor of Downlnf-lllc I. T.
ITKXS rilOH FLIMT.
-Mrt I. II. Hell It -lilting- relatives In
Feart are entertained by fnrmrrt that the
early town wheat hat been Injured by the fly.
V.H. WtlleJohn.J. W. Chandler Klllt
Starr and J. W. Sharp ttarted for Tahlrqntb
n. F. Uoat returned from council latt
week very much dltgutted with politics and
having a very poor opinion of mankind In
From cnnvertatlon with a number of onr
leading cltltent It It uaderttood that tbe ten
ement of onr dlttrlctlt ttrongly In ftTorof
telling tho landtwett ofW and paying the
money out per capita
Newt reached here thlt week that an
orphan boy living with Lade Ialeyon Lett
ereek wat thrown from a wagon latt Satur-
day and Inttantly killed. It acemi that the
boy wat driving a team engaged lu hauling
tome benchet from the church to a grove when
the team became frightened at tomethlngby
tho roadttde. ran away throwing tbe boy from
wagon with the remit above ttated.
Died on Saturday evening Novembers at
0 o'clock p. m Itobert ton of It. M. and Mrt.
Jane Annie Freneh agodonayetr flremontht
and eleven dayt. That hit 'another home
circle been vltlted and darkened by the grim
montttr. Thut the membcri of another honte-
hold tit In sorrow becautothe little voice It
hnthed forever! Did I tay forever? Oh no not
that cruet word. Tbe little voice It only at-
tuned to a aweeter key. Mother yon will
hear it again when yon croet tho dark river at
It mloglet with the glad tongt of welcomo that
wilt greet yot at the beantirul galea. Go.1
only wanted to crown ye with thedlttlngntihed
honor of being tho parenta of an angel In
heaven. Uodonly wanted to thow joa that
you had reached the exalted potltlon where lie
required an cmbattador from tho little govern-
ment ofyour borne circlo. Only think or It
dear bereaved parent! and be eontoled. For
little Hobble It jour tpeclal mlnltter and
representative at the court of Heaven.
May Ood help you to realize and appreciate
the honor conferred upon you and to mako
your home Indeed a part and parcel of the
great Commonwealth of Ood.
"In the dawning of tho morning
When tbe mlttt have cleared away
Von will meet your bonnle Kobblt
And andcrttand the Savior's way."
A rOV.XD I-IRTT.
Oat Thurtday evening tbe 4th Inat. Iter.
McCrary wat turprlted by what In church par-
lance It called a "pound party." Tho occa-
lion wat one of unalloyed pleature In which
everybody Tied In an effort to make everybody
cite and etpeclally tho mlnlater'e family hap-
py. The attendance wat not confined to the
Methodltt congregation. Many from titter
chnrcbet contributed moat liberally of their
tubttanco and by their pretence In making
glad b mlnltter't heart. At we looked over
the large attembly and taw their valuable
contribution! of tableware llncnt towelt
napklnt prepared and unprepared food tugar
and coffee by the bucketfull chain blankcta
carpctt etc too numerout to mention we
felt that nothing more ought to be ncceaaary
to Invite the warrant fvellngt of appreciation
for each contributor pertonallyln tho hearts
of thote for whom tbey were Intended. While
It It tbo duty of every congregttlon to provide
for the pa-tor the froowlll offering of thoto
outtldethat church challenge! our admiration.
When all wat In readlneti Dr. Ualloway In a
well choten ipeectl happily prctentod them at
a whole to Mr McCrary and wife lie laid
'twat a token of appreciation of work well
donei It ovldcnced a dcalre to In tome mcaiure
compcniatc for comlortt left behind and pleat-
urea forgone for our welfare. Certainly the
tpeakrr"borehlmieltrlghtwell." Her Mo-
Crary retponded tn a manner that plainly told
that bo fell tho full Import of all that wat be
ing done by everybody for the comfort of hit
houai.old. A Tery notable feature of the oc-
cation WW the pretence and contribution! of
tho youth of both texet. It It not too much to
tay that everybody wat happy the receiver
not more to than the giver. "God lovet a
cheerful giver rt and though It It not to writ
ten. Ho doubtlett lore! ono who cheerfully
Onr merchautt wero very buay Saturday.
J. A. Norman ofGibton tpent a few days
In our elly latt week.
Mr. Tunnell gave a bop latt week which
patted off very pleataatlr.
A new comer made Itt appearance at A. It.
Uoard't Saturday night latt.
Ed Illckt tho Oowala merchant received
a ahlpmcnt of Wlacontln wagont lilt week.
Our enterprlilng merchant and neighbor.
Tract) Chamberi hat tbe bett Hand of wheat
we have teeu thlt teaton.
Mrt. J. A. McCoy after many montha of
Intento tuflerlng wat relieved by death latt
Monday rooming November 8th.
The II. T. A O. O. nurtery of Hentonvllle
Arkantat are maklag their fall delivery or
fruit treet at thlt place thli week.
Jamei Martin chief engineer of the K. A
A. V. railroad paued through Clarrmore.
Thurtday latt viewing the new route which
will beundcrconitructlonln tho near future.
Mitt Lottie tbe accomplltbed daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. aibbt.bat gone to Inde-
pendence Kantat to tpend the winter. Her
pretence wilt be greatly milted by her many
frlendt In thlt locality.
It. 1'. Undiey of Chouteau hat purchated
the dwelling and ttore room of J. M Heard
aud will open a ttock of general mcrchandlie
toon. He comet well recommended. Wo
greet him a bearty welcome.
Train on time.
A Iiarneta thop.
A msatc tetcher.
Mall on Sundayi.
A free delivery wagon
More dwelling! to rent.
Another millinery itore.
A larger attendance at church.
A largo tupplyol holiday goodt.
The meat market to open earlier.
Mora tubicrlbcrt for the Cmirriix.
Our merchant! to onltr tome muttacbe
A big "Hunch" of men to vola forMarei
Some ouo pleats to tell "Wcnone.li" what
kind of adth afrogli.
Nov. luet. JtrcA.
All Persons indebted to W.
C. Patton & Co. cithor by
note or account aro requested
to call and nay tho samo by
November 20 as wo aro clos-
ing our books and positively
after that tlmo if not settled
the same will bo placed in the
hands of an attorney to col-
lect. W. C. PATTON & CO.
At W. T. V.liitakorrH"uiioutoau.
farmers and ranchmen will ft mi
any Goods and tniiiplioti tiioy may
nood of every description.
Arc still in
Wo havo just
And arc now prepared to ofTcr lower prices than
this country lias over known.
We have the best line of Clothing
Ever offered for salo in this country. Our Stock of
Dry Goods & Ladies' Dress Goods
Is superior to anything over beforo nhown in this market. The shelves
arc crowded with Splendid Styles both in Slaplo and Fancy
Goods. In Hoots and Shoes we ''Take tho Cake."
Wecaniell yon a rood Ladlei' Kid Shoe
either button or lace for SI 10
A tplendld Mliiet' Goat button for 1 S3
Mlnet' Glove Grain and Buff at SO
J.adlci' Grain at SS
Tbe bett meni' boot that wat ever told for
the money at x B0
We handle the
C. M. Henderson's
Hand made goodt every pair of which aro
Sfiy Recollect tee are doing an exclusively CASH buaincst.
BADGETT & BLAKENEY
West Room of Raymond II lock Vinita Ind. Tcr.
Dwelling houso to rent by Dav-
Silki Silk Velvet Urocado and
Plain at G. W.Green's.
Nobody can undersell W. T.
Whitakcr at Chouteau. His stock
Dry Goods purchased from W.
T. Whitakcr at Chouteau are sure
to bo bought cheap.
For best Ladies' Shoes Gents'
Boots and Shoes go to Butler
Bros. Chouteau I. T.
For best Dress- Goods Flannels
Linseys and Hosiery go to Butler
Bros. Chouteau I. (T.
For Doors Windows Lime
Shingles Nails &c go to Butlor
Bros. Chouteau I. T.
Open house everybody invited
to inspect Goods and Prices before
buying elsewhere. G. W. Green.
ror best llnrncst baddies Un-
dies Girts Halters Sinchcs itc.
go to Butler Bros. Chouteau J. T.
rut iiuj ujiiiK ill iiiu uutioD mm
Quceuswarc Stovo and Tinwnro
lino go to Butler Bros. Chouteau.
For Gents' Full and Winter
Ready Made Clothing Underwear
iv.c go to Butler Bros. Chouteau.
For Ladies' Misses' and Cliil-
dreus' Hats Hoods Nubias Shawls
&c go to Butler Bros. Chouteau.
The arrival of cold weather ad-
monishes you to go direct to Skin
ncr Ratcllffit Co'p. for your gro-
ceries and provisions.
I will make it to tho advantago
of tho pcoiilo of tills viuinity to
purchase all their Goods of nio.
V. T. Whitaker Chouteau.
If you want your Watches
Clocks or Jewelry repaired and by
tho best workman in the southwest
tako or scud them by mail to tho
well known houso of Martin tho
Jowelor Neosho Mo. North sido
of Squaro. 5-8tf
You can save from 85 lo $20 hy
sending to Martin tho Jowelor for
n New Sowing Machine. No second
hand onc6; no machine peddlers on
tho road. Write for prices. Also
tho best Organs aud Pianos; no
pcddlor'n prices but prices very
iuw. ncosno itlO.
Itucklon Arnica Halve.
Tho best salvo in tho world for Cuts
Hruises Soros Ulcers Halt Uhetiiu
Kovcr sores Totters Chapped Hands
Chilblains Corns and all Hklu Krup-
tlons uud positively euros l'ilos or no
nay roiiulred. It is suitrautcod to islvo
perfect satisfaction or money refunded
l'rlro L'5 cents per box. For salo by W.
O. l'atton Co.
Thkv Muht Movk. That branch of
tho 8hawnoes uudcr tho Sac and Fox
ngeucy known as "Doop Fort Shaw
noes" havo been ordered to remove
south of North Fork. Although bo-
lonKlng to tho Ahsoutco Shawuocs
thoy separated from tl.cm a numbor of
years ago and mado homes upon Deep
Fork on land to which they bad uo
titio aau now must leave.
the ring with
-- 'tewM ot Imtml.mi.
tteaoGeaataeaaleaa bearing lata Bta.a
I Xtde tn rhitUmon treat a Laon
TMe tho etande hfarber la the etUmatloa ot
VTtartn thta any other In tbe world. Thousand
who wear It will tell yen thervanatXroQ a ctlaesi .
For anything in Patent Medi-
cines go to Butler Bros. Chouteau.
The ladies are rcqustcd to call
this week at G. W. Green's and
sec tho Bargains in Dress Goods.
lalTTtl FAVORITE HOME REMEDY la
I rf B" warranted not to contain a ilntfe pu.
A JiAJJ tKlt of Mercury or any injurious aub-
tAnce but It purely vegetable.
It wUI Core all Diseases canted
by Derangement of the Liver
Kidneys and Btomaeo.
if your Llrcr ! out of order then your
whole lyitcm U denoted. The blood it
Uapurv the breath odctuteti you have
headache fetl Urculd ditplrtted aad
nenroui. To prevent a more itnoul coa-
ditloo ukt at once SUnmont
T iTrTDT. REGULATOR. If you lead a
l U hn aedenury lib. or luffer with
111 I JLIlt Kidney Affectlona. tnid
UrauUnu and ukt SUnmont Liver Regulator.
Sure to relieve.
If you have eatr anything hard of
chreeuou or feci heavy after meals or
lleeplest at ntjht tale a dote and vow
will feel rchered and sleep pleataalh.
If yu are a miserable sufferer with
rontUpaUull Dyspepsia and
IlUlousnets seek relief at once in
Simmons Liter Regulator. Il does not
require continual dotio& and costs but a
Inlc. Il 13 cure you
If youwaVt up In the morning with a
bitter bad Uste in your mewh
Tl TTT1 Simmons Urn Rrfulator. Il cor-
HKr rem the luliout Stomach twectem
iillesll the Dreath and cleanse! the furred
Uongue. Children often need some sad Cathar-
tic and Tonic to avert approachinr sickness.
Simmons Liver Rcfuliior wul relieve Colic. Head
ache. Sick Stomach lodifesUoa. Dysentery and
she Complaints incident lo Childhood.
Al any time you (eel your system needs
clcansinf toning rfTulatlof without violent
purtiof or lUmufetlnf without laloai-
J. H. ZEILIH &C0. Philadelphia Pa.
PLEASANT VIEW HEHD
DUROC JERSEY and
POLAND CHINA HOGS.
OIIAS. J STUCKKY l'rop.
My brrrdliit; ttock rontlttt of tbe Terr best
Indlvlduali of the most approved prlie win-
nine ttralm and pddlgTfu All breedlac
stock It recorded. four noted prlie ttock
lloerehead the herd ftova bred and plat of
all ajret for sale at all timet t'rlrea at mat-
onabtoatany ttock of ijual merit. 1 can ill
to spare a few 3Tlo Wosl 3-Irlo
Zittstxarsat moderate rates Write fur what
you want. Umluccdralet breanreia.
Addrcti CXU3. 3". r5X"i53
S-t Atuavta. 111.
Council v Fire
Founded by Hon. A. B. Meacham
1878 to defend tho Indians ami
their right and advocate a just
Indian Policy and for tho past
V hvo years
EDITED BY DR. T. A. BLAND
Is llio recognized organ of Tho
Quaker Policy and of The Na-
tional Indian Dofcnso Association.
PRICK 81.00 A YKAR. Sample
copies sont to nil who send putage
T. A. BLAND
Washington U. C.
I K l "
Sins liver Eegulator.
ltanse Wolf Creek SO miles' tonlli Couervllle
B. B. FltAYSBB.
Postollico Vinita Ind. Tcr
rrop off left)
hole and brass
wire In right
Cattle of thlt
brand told on-
ly for ahlp-
Smiles an vi-
nita on Cabin
eutt and Mnttan crcckt -31
Ohorokoo OrDhnn Aovlum.
cronin left ear
S. H. MAYES
Postoflicc Salina Indian Territory.
and under bit
In one ear and
over tlopc In
tle banded HA
and notch on
note nosh or
cowt' tall cut
off Range on
l'ost-otllco Vinita I. T.
dlgrc'slZ in. nest
sea. GEO. NIPPER
Post-Office Clarcmorc Ind. Tor.
In left t smooth
W. B. HASE
Post-oflico Vinita I.
This brand and mark (crop and un-
derblt otr each car) kept up on ranrh.
Various car marks and old brands.
Horse brand horse-shoe on loft shoul-
der and ueck.
Ha nch on
oil: lit miles
north of Tula
THELIYE STOCK MARKET OF ST.L0UI3
THE ST.XOUIS NA.TIO.V
Located nt llaat St. Louie IIU
Directly opposite tbo city of St. Louis. Buyers
for all description of Uvo Slock alwaya In at-
tendance and within tbe ground! of tbe Stock
Vards are a licet Canning Com pony with a
capacity for alauahterini; 1000 bead of cattle
dally and Tork racking EatautlsbmcnU with
a capacity for slaughtering 12000 bog! daUy.
ISAAC H. K.NGX rrrsldcat
C1IAS. T. J0.SES Surt.
The White is King!
IT IS THE BEST MADE
QUIETKSr and SIMPLEST
IN TI-II WORLD.
Automatic llobbln Winder
And only Perfect l.'mbroldcrcr
NE PLUS ULTRA.
So not buy any other before
trying tha White.
tsir AGENTS WANTED i
Noodlos Oils and Parte far all
For Catalogues Prices and Terms
White Sowing Machine Co.
021 Olivo St. St. Louis Mo.
For Sale by
GREEN & CLARK
5-12 Vinita Ind. Ter.
For anything needed in Hard-
waro Pocket and Table Cullorv
go to llutler liroK. Chouteau 1. T.
That WmmonsvMvur lteiilator will rid
you of dyspepsia purify your system
euablo you. to sleep well prevent ma-
laria! diseases uud eivu you a brisk and
vigorous reoiiuif. U acts directly upon
thullvvrand kidneys cleansing puri-
fyiitR Iiivlporatl"i and fortifyin tho
system agaiust disease. It will break
up chills and fit vcr provent their rn-
turn and is a complito antidote to all
malarial poison yet m.liruly- free from
quinine or calomel. Try and you will
bu astonished at the results of tlio.un-
uimi blmmnns l.iver Kcgulator pre
pared by J. 11 ZeHln&Cu.
- i r a i h
a. W. ORH
Post-oiTlce. Vinita 1 'ft
split in riinht-
Itango On J en cm
northeast of Vi-
nita I. T. 29
W. II. N01JLES
at Kingston Kansas.
Horse brand time.
in encn ear
Big creek!;. K
Postoffice Vinita Ind. TcrritorV.
crop and tplls
In left ear un-
il! ttrt n
Ran oh II
mllet wett or
Malta at tha
head of l'rror'a creek
IUnge between Pry
or. anil Mahtnlng creckt.
PostolTico at Alluwo Indian Tor.
. Crop and un
s. der htlf erop
TL. In eteh ear
! Range -Al-
Bi Sold only fv
W. H. MAR3R
Postoffice Vinita I.T.
Crop off of Jefl ear
Range On Ilia- Cabin
creek. J) y
O. M. McOlellan.
Postoffice Oowala I. T.
A rew cowi
are branded on
left aide thut.
A few cattle
Ranch on Caney
PostolTico Vinita Ind. Tcr.
unuer ntircrop cacn
Ranaa on White Oak
(ilenl mllet tootn-wett
J. O. HALL.
Post-ofllcc Vinita I.T.
Underblt in each
Horso brand samtr
on left hilt.
Cabin nnd Pryor't
Postoffice Vinita Ind Tcr.
iirann on hip or aide
Kar mark crop . )rf(
and crop and under
i half crop off rltrbt.
TOWNSEND i& PIOKETT.
Post-office Sac and Fox Ind. Ter
Same on both tidet Same on both tldea
ariout ear marka and old brands Ilanro-
lowa lteacrvatlon Hone brand I O A on blp
JOHN WHISTLER". "
Postoffice Sac& Fox Agency I. T.
i.ro)i 03 runt ear ami
erop and under half
crop off lefi. Range onl
Sao and Vox rtsorva-
Hon. Cattle of thle
brand are told onty for
a. H. LEWIS.
Postoffice Chouteau Indian Ter.
On hlnor tide. E
mark under slops bolls
ears; also spilt and
under bit In right un-
der bit In left Somrc
branded L. RaUKe at
mouth of l'ryor ereek.
cast and west tide of
J. T. M'SPADDEH.
Postodco at Chclica Indini'
Cloio crop off lili tar
overbit In right.
Range tin. ralttt west
J. A. THOMPSON
Postoffict'.Vinita. Indian Territory
itanjro a neaa urn
ben of I'awpaw eight
Btandeit on hlpi half
crop rluht a4 spilt lis
left ear. lionet tain
Postoffice Chouteau I.T.
ooine emtio ijrn'u
V (1 on loft sido.
I Ear mark Over
slope in each car.
Ilajco on l'rvor'a
I crsek I T.
FRANK BILLlN QSLEA
Postoffice at Vinita Ind. Territory
. On left tldtfi twal.
low fork In eatr ear.
It an ch oo White Oak
n. cl. Rnr-nTt'rj
P 0 CoiTeyvillo Kansas.
Ranch an Cal'
ifornla creak It
mllet touta of
OOMANOHE LAND & OATTLX Oo
Evuiisvillo Kan. and National
Stock iards Illinois.
llnule bob I
smji and hu.
roadr ri i-i
i uui vcr cc;La !cj;;j
OtJl. JrJi' ip
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