Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 41, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 23, 1887 Page: 2 of 4
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USO PorTuar In Advouoa.
rutiuiipii Thvitnr tijr
Tiir NniAW CincrTMx PcnMammrCmirAtT.
JOK.XlTaO.iTii . Editor.
X. U. Mli.r'OIU) Mnnnper.
VlSITA J.VII. fKltTTjNB 23T1837!
TO DISTIUOT MANAGERS :
Wodeslroto print tlic ditttlct
nOmnntions of bbth parti6s for
every district in tlic nation and As
early as 'possib'lo after they arc
mailo. We shall feel greatly
obliged to district captains mana-
"gcrs6"r anyone else who will furn-
ishtho same to us. Do not wait
"to bco if somoono else is goir.g to
supply us with this information
but send it iii yourself and at once
Anyono who gets upon his car
eh account of soiuo communica-
tion published in tho Chieftain
and wishes to call tho author out
to early coffee and pistols or to
hold him legally .responsiblo for
.such publication must mako de-
mand for tho author's namo in
writing statu? tho purposo of
such demand. Idlo curiosity to
find out tho author of an article
on anything cIbo loss than for the
purposes named will not bo con-
sidered. Si'oh demands will for tho
i jfurrtutlpn c; the public bo pub-
lih(M TI19 CniKFTAiN is 6pcn for all
parties who wish to pull wool.
. -The Advocato thinks J. Milton
Tumor should be heard. Now
that is just what wo say and ho
has been heard and now is not.
Vinita has survivod for a num-
ber of years without representa-
tion in tho national council. Sho
will try and stand it another two
The reply of Lawronco T. to J.
Milton works admirably. Even
the chief is said to have compli-
mented tho Rev. Lawrence on tho
truthfulness of tho rejoinder.
"Honest confession is good for tho
"Zip Coon's Catechism" has very
much purturbed tho equanimity of
the grand sachems in tho various
camps. They should if possible
icop cool during tho heated term
for the political thcrmomotor will
knock tho top out before the first
Monday in August.
mav bo put in tho control of rtQalrs
ami bo-responsible fux a Ualaam-
liko prophecy that our nation
must collapse in tho next admin-
istration is really something how
and original in politics. Who ov-
er hoard of thb" liko to preach tho
anticipated (if not wished for) des-
tructiuu of our nation as a reason
why a cci tain ono should bo put
in power eo that ho and ids kind
can bhitno no ono but themselves
for so groat a misfortuno? Good
Ijord deliver us from men of mucIi I
desperate idoas and from tho pur-
poso of such a dovilish plan. No
friend of his people would daro to
insinuato such on idea at tho sac-
rifice of tho public pcaio and
friendship oi tho many classes
and no better is ho who is idiot
enough to bo influenced in such a
These must bo no littlo propa-
ration for a big grab gamo for
which no ono is to bo blamed ex-
cept thoso in power when tho tlino
of national dissolution comes. A
grand idea is that for putting a
certain class of our people in office
so that another may bo blameless
saying nothing of bonefits when
the prophecy will como to pass.
As did lialaaui it is hoped ho will
como down on his ass and that
our nation will livo many many
generations to prove that thero is
mud in the cyo of tho socr who for
n cunning purposo prophetically
sees her destruction.
A CHANGE DE3IRED.
Roaaono -why -wo Should Eloot
J. B. llayoa.
TnK barbecuo Saturday last near
Tahlequah to boom Bunchitc aspi
rants bursting with patriotism to
tfavo their country (well yes and
draw tho "spondulix" tho latter
a secondary consideration of
cour8o)is thought to havo been a fiat
failuro for the purposes intended.
Just a littlo beef and but few to
It. Btocir candidate for chiof
aad'IIbir G. W. Clark candidate
for second chief aro to stump the
nation so it is said. Why not ac-
cept the invitation. of the Downing
candidates for the samo offices and
make things livelp ? A repetition
of Judge Clark's speech made to
some darkies onco upon a timo
would bring the house down.
It is all-important that the
Downing party should select their
most competent men for tho na-
tional council. Men who can talk
and not only that but who can act
and transact business in an intelli
gent manner. The district that
neglects theso all-important quali-
fications will bo practically without
representation. The idea that bc-
causo a man can be elected ho will
mako a good legislator is a woful
We are occasionally asked why
wo do not publish moro communi-
cations favoring Hunch's election.
Tho roason is bocausa they aro not
furnished. Wo havo for want
of room and oilier causes been
compollcd to loavo out a number
of Mayes articles but not one in
bohalf of Mr. Bunch. Our col-
umns aro open for tho discussion of
political questions by all roputabio
citizons regardless of what their
preferences may bo.
AN OIUaiNAtWAY TO ELEC-
TIONEER. Jri a sort oi halfwitted imitation
of the secrecy in which was con-
ceived tho conspiracy against
great Cassar's lifo is the plan
adoptod by a fow Tahloquahltes to
gain votos for Iluuch. It has tho
merit of originality if nothing more
and boars tho stamp of what somo
pooplo would do if thoy had tho
chance. It is tho seeming pur-
pose of a ring if what is given as
a reason why Mr. Bunch should
bo elected is truo to indirootly
aid our nation's ruin. Nor even tho
political cnomios of Mr. Bunch
would ooncoivo such a hollish plan
for Id dofcat It is an injustioo
that tho'llcouso of doop seated per-
gonal enmity can excuse and at
ih mm timo bo honest and manly.
Tk 14a? of gaining voles so
0t a wrtftln class of our citizens
Editor Chieftain : It is a
fact well established by tho histo-
ry of nations that wliero political
parties continuo for a long Bonus
of years in control of tho reins of
government they as a natural con-
sequence become in a great meas-
ure corrupt. Kings and combina-
tions which aro dangerous to the
peace and welfare of a countrv
aro formed. Tho public good is
lost sight of in the scramblo for
place and patronago and greed and
avarico tako tho place of patriot-
ism. As an illustration of this
fact witness the systematic steal-
ings of tho Democratic party before
the rebellion and later tho corrup-
tion which marked tho latter ad-
ministrations under Republican
rule hence tho natural check wlncli
one political party has upon anoth-
er is purifying in its nature and is a
great safeguard to tho perpetuity
oi repuuueau institutions i nai
a taint of corruption should bo
found in the covernment of our
own nation is but natural and that
tnmgs "uarK" havo been covered
up and kept from tho public cyo
by t io party in power is a fact be-
yond dispute until tho perpetua-
tion or longer continuance of said
party in power becomes dangerous
to the best interests of our country.
A chango of administrations be-
comes expedient for tho public
good whorcevcr the best interests
of the entire peoplo aro lost sight
of in tho wild chase after position
and place. When we look back
over tho leading measures which
havo marked tho present adminis-
tration of public affairs notably :
The cattle lease and tho methods
which wero used to obtain said
lease together with tho methods
by whicli tho money for tho pay-
ment of 18S3 wa obtained and the
consequent lues to the Cherokee
peoplo of 822.500 through the false
protonccB of those then entrusted
with tho management of public af-
fairs wo aro Jed to beliovc that
corruption is not unknown in our
own government. That the party
in power was responsiblo for what-
ever wrongs may have been mixed
up in thoso transactions cannot bo
answered by saying that tho na
tional council was responsible for
thoso measures for all intelligent
citizens know that the chici execu-
tive is the custodian of tho pco-
plos' Interests and is clothed by
tho constitution with powor which
if proporly exercised would of.
factually check all measures which
were pernicious and detrimental
to the public good or at loost he
could go on tho record in opposi-
tion to nioasuros which ho consid-
ered dangerous. Tho 822509
matter forms a "dark" page in tho
history of tho laft few years and
tho prosont administration will
continuo to bo responsiblo for any
wrong thoro may be in tho trans-
action. Then again by far tlto
most important question which
has come up and one which moro
directly affects tho well boing of
tho Chcrokco people than any
other to-wit : the question of
citizenship remains to-day in tho
samo uncertain stato it was ten
years ago. Tho National party
thus ovidonoing that they aro una-
bio to inaugurat3 a plan whorobv
t'.iis vexed question may bo sottlcu.
Tho last effort in that line tho
prcsont commifcBlon court failing
to reach tho case according to tho
recent letter of Commissioner At-
kins the decision of tho court
does not settlo any question of
citizenship. Now theso aro facts
which tho volors of tho Chorokco
nation should carofully consider
in choosing their man for chief.
If tho National party havo tried
and failed thoy should bo sot aside
and somo other sot of men given a
chance to meet thb exigencies of tho
occasion. We havo no ovidenco
that if thoy wero given a now lease
of power thoy would do any
better in tho fujure than thoy havo
in tho pust. Ji'stinia.
corruption. Ho said the National
party "had spared no pains to
squander every dollar of thu peo-
ple's monoy thoy could get tholr
hands 6n that if returned to pow-
er tho next thing they woitlu do
would bd to spend 8225000 instond
of 822500 and if tho peoplo should
ask thorn about it or wanted to
know for what purposo it went
they the dictators would say ' 'tis
none of the pcoplo's business ; it
is not policy to tell" etc. etc.
Now my Cherokee While Color-
ed Delaware and Sliftwnoo friends
wo do not want any moro of this
slippery kind of business. Then
again wo havo witnessed gross
violations of our constitution tho
laws suspended by tho executive
to suit Ins caprico or fancy to tiio
nutriment oi pcaco ana goou gov-
ernment. I am not in favor nor
can 1 pull with Mr. Bunch in his
endeavors to creato a raco preju-
dice of ono class against others as
his friends havo invited mo to do.
I rccoguizo the fact that all citizons
should bo treated alike just and
equal. By this means of equality
ot all classes is tho only way wo
can keen our government strong.
"United wo stand divided wo
fall." Then let's tako them all in
our common brotherhood thus
bringing about friendly and poac-
able relations with all classes of
our citizens which will bring us in-
to closer sympathy with each oth-
orccmenting us as ono loving fam
lly of peoplo as we should bo. Wo
must go forward ; wo can never af-
ford to turn back ; wo must progress
by labor and education thus show
ing to tho world wo are capablo of
self government. Thn National
party tells you that they havo lift-
ed a great debt sinco they havo
como into ofiico made tickets rise
from forty to ninoty cents on tho
dollars. Why don't they bo honest
enough to toll you that beforo
Hon. Charles Thompson wont out
of ofiico lie and tho lamented late
Col. Adair put tho Kansas strip
lands on tho market and from this
tho debt was lifted not by any
statesmanship of tho National
party but by tho forethought and
wisdom of tho Downing men men-
tioned. Then again tickets would
bo worth moro than they aro now
if this money had gone to scttlo
this debt and been honestly hand-
led ; but a great deal of this money
has been squandered to no earthly
use by the National party. If the
Kansas strip funds had been wise-
ly handled thoro would now bo no
uso of taking tho grass monoy
peoples' money to build tho fe-
malo seminary with. Even after
tho money was handed over to
them to uso and pap up our indebt-
edness thoy betrayed it. Too many
fingers in the rue. Cant. Smith
closed with a beautiful picroration
in this language: Now if you
love your peoplo if you lovo vour
country if you lovo honor and in-
togrity if you want to go upward
and onward with peace justico
and equal rights to all inscribed
upon your banners "One peoplo
ono countrv now and forever" you
will vote for the Downing tickot
and principles at tho coming Au-
THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK.
A Careful OonBldoratlon of Things
From a Downing' Standpoint.
rightncBS fair dealing and in con-
BCquonco coudomhB robbery false-
hood and all syuonotnous terms.
That tho devil !h still adorning
himself with tho livory of heaven
111 at ho may bo bettor ablo to in-
sinuato his slimy courso is partic-
ularly noticablo in tho namo of a
newspaper published at Fort
Smith. Arkansas. Tho editor
whllo having tho instinct of a thief
prefors to sit in tho shade of his
printing ofiico and encourage by
Ittnlli1 n Mil nn a mi Iii .1 Aftta.- 1
"""la. 113 mi unvniim uu uuiura io
commit tho robbery fhat his das-
lard spirit yearns to do but has not
tho ncrvo to undertake Listen to
this bravo.honcst.upright soul asho
hisses tho masses on to charge up-
on tho Indian Torritory aoizo their
lands dispossess tho rightful own-
ers and to silence all Author con
test no doubt would assent to cut
their throats. Four-fifths of tho
great stato of Arkansas is Btill in
its virgin condition capablo of
supporting ten tituos its present
population if they worked and
yet with idlo han(l3 thoy stretch
thorn forth toward tho Indian's
lands crying "givo us thoso"
and d n tho government for sim-
ply honoring its patent to thoso
lands to tho Indians which is as
inviolablo as any individual pat
ent of lands in Arkansas or other
states of tho union.
Ladies should call at onco and
got their selections 'in thoso beau-
tiful Oriental Egyptian and Tor-
chon Laces. I havo them in whito
and ecru. A big lino has just hr-
Tivod. 0. W. OltKEtt.
I am receiving the largest solid
Boot bill over brought to tills sec-
tion. It Boots up 81000.00.
Theso Goods aro unquestionably
tho host ovor offered to tho trade
G. W. Green.
To tax payers in tho town of
Downingvllle Chorokco nation :
You aro horoby notified that tho
taxes for tho year 1887 are now
duo and you oro further notified
to como forward and scttlo tho
samo boforo tho second Monday in
July. If not paid beforo that dato
your names with tho amount of tax
duo will bo pudlished thirty days
accordiugto tho laws of tho town.
T. F. Thompson
10-13 Troasuror and Collector.
ONLY ONE CHANCE IN A DECADE TO BUY
wearing apparol1 at
almost the cost
of production la
At Pralrlo Olty Oboaon to
EntTOR Indian Chieftain : At
a called meeting of the voters of
Prairie City precinct for tho Down-
ing party tho dolcgatcs elected
wero instructed to voto nt tho gon-
oral convention to bo held at Lan-
drum's spring on tho 25th inst. as
follows : For senator L. B. Bell ;
for councilmcn F. M. Connor
Thomas Bluejacket. W. C. Wood-
all; for district clerk C. S. Shcl-
ton. No instructions wero mad
for sheriff. Meeting adjourned
M. II. McCuu.ocait
W. D. ItiTTEn Ch'm.
cnsuoKZK oitriu.T asiluh.
Roll of Honor For the Month EaJlif- Juttlk
nion rciinoL khicu
Comtnlekf Writ US.
FrulMelUnlrl fC S.
Robert Weat.VT if.
Nannie Datle iff.
Cleo Anderaoii W.
Ellis Similar W ;.
Ptephen I'eak V7 4 9.
Kmmi Iirael.OT X.
k.11 loney ("l-
CLinr nnrldlarael. W S.
rMMlkT CUM A.
I.) die IioirnlDK. '.).
OAPT. SAMUEL SMITH.
Synopslo of hie Address at tho
Fourtoon Mile GroolcBarboouo
Capt. Bamuel Smith candidate
for assistant chiof on tho Downing
ticket followed Judge Mayes with
a masterly spoech full of eloquence
and logic lie made a fearful ar-
raignment of tho National party
charging it with oxtravaganco and
Salix. Dutbict. Jane letb 1&7.
Epitor Indian Chieftain : It
is not long now until thu election
and tho peoplo aro becoming inter-
ested as to who is going to oo our
next chief. They are unxious for
a change in tho administration of
our affairs which aro not in safe
hands at tho prosont timo. Tho
peoplo have been living in sus-
pense long enough. Our govern-
ment has been used as a machine
to mako money for a ring of politi-
cal soreheads. Our money has
been squandered our country is
over run by intruders and railroads
and our peoplo are becoming di-
vided. Our country demands a
chango. We need it and ought to
havo it but if Rabbit Bunch is
elected our country will not stand
threo years longer. Wo don't
want a man for our next chiof who
will bo an ignorant helpless tool
in tho hands of old Bill Phillips
a man who is mixed up in tho
$22500 steal in railroad schemes
or a man who will let tho innocent
suffer and tho cuiltv run at larco :
but wo want an honost intelligent
man for our next chief who has
tho interest of his peoplo at heart
who will protect the rightH of tho
poor peoplo as well as those of tho
rich and who will not be guilty of
such fraud and corruption as has
been perpotratcd upon tho people
for the last four years. Thero is
no doubt that Mayas and Smith
will be elected. Wo aro gaining
ground ovory day. Tho Bunch
men have boon claiming Tahlequah
and Illinois districts each by ICO
majority ; but it is a claim and that
is all. Mayos and Smith will cot
near about the samo voto in Illinois
that Rogors and Cookson got and
thoy will Ket the samo voto in
Tahlequah district that John L.
Adair got bosidos thero woro about
sixty Downing men who did not
voto in this last snecial oloction.
Tahlequah and Illinois aro tho
battlo ground and Waves and Smith
are going to run tho bost raco in
tiiese two districts that any down
ing candidates havo yet. Wo arc
somewhat interested in our next
circuit judgo too. Thero will not
bo a race at all between Georgo
Bengoand Moso Ridge for tho
peoplo in tho upper district can-
not endure of tho namo of Bengo.
It is said that Georgo Bcnge is ono
among tho poorest solicitors Table-
3uah district has over had. Ho
ocs not seem to know how to get
up his caies but ho djil mako out
to convict ono man tor stealing a
pair of overalls. And it Is also
said that ho is doing moro to prej-
udice tho fullbloods against tho
balaneo of tho citizons of this cnun-
try than any man in Tahlequah
What a Non-oitlzon Thlnko of Ft.
Wilt U.iiIt;ott nnd Will Miller will
celebrate their fourth of July oa a
Leo Taylor n'ed six year a son of
Hob was thrown from a liorao Inst
Sunday with such force that Ida skull
was fractured. Drs. Fortner fc ringby
took out several pieces of bono and aro
giving the little fellow overy attention
still his condition is critical. Tho
horso became frightened at a snake.
Vol a few of .lio citizens of Vinlta
havo'reccntly become jtreatly excited
over the nstounding facts Hint several
of their friends who IihiI been pro-
nounced by their physicinns as locum-
bio and beyond all hope suffering uith
that dreaded mounter Consuiilpiion
havo been completely cured by Dr.
Kind's Sew Discovery for Consump-
tion the only remedy Mint docs posi-
tively euro nil throat nnd lune; disease
Coughs Cohlg AttluiKi nnd bronchi-
tis. Trial bottlo freo nt W. C. Pntton
& Go's Drux Store largo bottles $1.
W. 1). Hojt A Co. tvholcsalo and re
tall drucuists of Home. Gn savs: Wo
havo been sellinc ir. King's Mew Dis-
covery Kleotric Hitters nnd Iluckleo's
Arnica r-nlvo for two yearn. Ilnvo nev-
er handled remedies that sell ns well
or givu tiucii universal satisfaction.
Thero tins been some wouderful cures
effected by tlirho medicines In this city.
Several cases of pronounced consump-
tion linvc been entirely cured by the
use of n few bottles of J)r. King's New
Discovery taken lu connection with
Kleutric hitters. Wo puarnntto thorn
always. Sold by W. C. l'atton & Oo.
Notice ts Hereby Given That on Satur-
day July 2ml 1887
T mill -nil . n. .1.11.. ... Ik.
streets of Vinlta Indian Territory tho
personal property and oflccts of Thom-
as .Moore deceased described us fol-
1 sorrel marc.
1 brown inaro.
1 brown two yenr old colt.
1 sorrel ycnrllng coll.
1 dnrk bay horso.
1 cow and calf.
1 milch cow.
4 dry cows.
1 2-year-old hclfnrs.
1' spotted bull ycnrllngs.
10 head of stock hos;s.
10 bushels of com (estimated.)
'1 shovel plows.
1 small 1 hor.o turning plow.
1 set chnin harness.
1 box tools.
Meat of seven bogs.
1 sausage mill.
1 wnsh kettle.
5 bcu stands.
1 saddle and bridle.
1 drawing knife.
2 pr. steelyards.
1 Colts revolver.
1 hnnd saw.
1 riilo gun. ;
2 feather beds.
.'! wool blankets.
" bed sheets.
1 tnblo cloth.
1 pillow slip.
1 pair pants.
1 ' drawers.
1 " socks.
1 woolen shawl.
1 desk nnd clock.
1 looking glads.
2 wnll pictures.
1 Jar honey fignllons.
2 trunks locked.
2 pair boots.
4 or 5 bushels sweet potatoes.
$00.75 In cash.
Property can bo peon nt kelson
Mnoru's east of Urnml river.
Jf. II. This property was scheduled
somo two years ago and live stock tins
It. I.. Owen U. S. Indian Agent.
a good agent (of cither
sex) in all principal
towns and cities in the U. S. to
tako orders for our new patent low
priced solid Bronze or Nicklo
Door Plates Door Bells Street
Numbers itc. From $100 to 8500
can be made in a vory short timo.
Fino outfit cases for samples Free.
Writo for proof of what agents aro
)ry. It will pay you tc
for to tlr Kditor of
to do so. Wo
doing and list of unoccupied torri
reier to tir hditor ot tins paper
who has purchased ono of our
Plates. Mich. Doon Pi.vrn Co.
.7-St Grand Rapids Mich.
Tliis word which wo tako for a
subject indicates honesty up-
Fresh Bologna Dried Beef and
Clieoso just received at Balintino's.
Kxamino tho merits of the Cham-
pion Self-Binder. See advertise-
ment. Tho Champion SolMJindor is
tho bost. Turner it Byrne of
Chickens Kggs Butter and
fronh Vegetables always can bo ob-
tained at II. Balentine's.
The Champion Mowor has no
equal. Writo to Turnor & Byrno
Muskogee 1. T. for prices.
Fresli Ruttor and Kggs wanted
at tho Cheap Grocery Storo of
Klliott itBro. of Cooyyah.
Another largo invoice of Spring
Goods received at G. W. Grcen'H.
If you want fair treatment and
Family Groceries at a roasonablo
prico go to Elliott & Bro. of
Sco thoso ologant Satin and Silk
Parasols on exhibition at G. W.
Put not thy trust in anyono say
wo but beliuvo what you see. So
como and sco our prices on Fami-
ly Groceries. Klliott ifc Bro.
havo a fino lino of Dress Pant
and Butchers' linen which I am
offering vory cheap.
G. W. GnKKN.
Notice I Dreiimaken I
I am now keeping a full lino of
Dress Linens Soft Cambric in all
shades Crinolino Wiging. Silicia
Linen etc. G. W. Uhkcn
Ladies you aro requested to
sco my stock of Lisle Hosiery in
all tho new shades. Also a large
Jino of Infant lIosoin extra long
lengths. G. W. Giiusn.
Sco thoso beautiful Seersuckers
Battlstcs India Linens India
Mull in colors and whito ; also &
largo lino of figured Lawns just
received at G. W. Green's.
I hvc been miblret to tenra iiwlli ot
3t)C9Mlnii of tho Liver and hav I.mii In
thi- habit or taking from 15 to 3) irralln of
calomel mhlch Kentmllr laid tno tip ibr
thru.) or four ilayn. lAieljr I liar Wn
taking Hlmmon I.lvrr HrKiilator. which
Kae mo reltor. without any Interruption
to buslueM. J. HUUU MlUUIXl-UCT U.
I mwl rhmrfully rocoiurncnd It to alt wlio
fuffcrfrom lillloua Atlacka or nnr lMv-u-vi
caim-d or a dlurrannixl tUUs of th l.lver.
W. 1U 1IKUN AUK Kaam (.'ITT Mo.
llca.laclio.et4S. A nclBliborwbotiad token
Hlmmom Liver Ilrxulator told me It vrai
ruro cure fur my trouble. The flr.t dora
took rellaMxl me ery much and In ono
week' time I waa a utronie and hearty ua
er waa. It I. the heat medicine X eer
k fur llyaiteiMla.
II. O. CULSHHAV UlCIIXO.VD VA.
I ever waa
Ctilcf-JcaUea of Uu.. 1 havo utal Hllu-
raona Liver ItexuluUir fur t'ntlutlou of
ray llowela cauawl by a temporary le-
ranjeetnentof the Uvur for the Uat ttiteo
or lour ytara auu atwara
hi our Z Stamp In red en front of Wrr per.
J.H.Zeilin Co. Philadelphia Pa.
tot rmoraiaroae. 1'rlee el.OU.
S. A. BLUEJACKET
)Kast or Thack(
Has a Nico Lino of Staple and
Fruits and Vogotablos Always
Kept In Stock.
All descriptions of Country Pro-
duco including Hides Furs
and Wool bought and sold.
-Give Mo a Call. -a
STAB JfeL Ml'li
W Tk. ' ' ' J
HAS THIS WEEK DECIDED TO GIVE TI-ITST'BI? ATRQlSrS SUOU A CHANCE
BY OFFERING THEIR EIST't'TKIO "STOP K OF
Dry Goods Boots ho es Clothing Furnishing
Goods At Cost.
5?-Wo wont everybody to know that tho
prices wo arc quoting here aro for new and fresh
goods and that thoso reductions aro only mailo bo-
c.iu so we havo too many goods in our house :
2500 yds Figured Lawns 3c. . . .per yd
2500 yds L. L. Muslin 5 l-2o per yd
1000 yds Wido Brown Muslin lc. . . .per yd
1000 yds Wido Bleached Muslin Co. . . .per yd
1000 yds Lonsdalo Bleached Muslin. .8 l-3c per yd
1000 yds Best Dress Ginghams 10 l-'2c per yd
5O0U yds Best Dress Prints 5 l-2c per yd
2000 yds Indigo Bluo G l-2o per yd
500 yds Turkcv Bed Tnblo Linen. .27 l-2o per yd
500 yds White Dress Goods 7 l-2o per yd
500 yds Very Fino India Lawn. ...15c... .per yd
500 yds Black Cashmeres 20 l-2o por yd
1000 yds Colored Cashmeres 30o. . . .per yd
tSir-200 Pieces of Whito and Colored Ham-
burg Embroideries at ONE-THIItD less than other
buuscs ask for them.
t(Sr Parasols Fans Hosiery Gloves in end-
less variety at proportionally LOW PRICES.
ftaTlleinonibor that if you want to buy any-
thing in our lino it will be to your interest to get
our prices beforo you purchase
Boots and Shoes.
Ladies' Fino Button Shoes $1 25.
Fino Kid Button Shoos.
Fino Kid Laco Shoes.
Nowport Slippers 85..pcrpr
Ladies' Fino Kid Sandals
Men's Good Plow Shoos
Men's Sowed Plow Shoes. . . .
Men's Sewed Button Shoos..
Men's Seamless Button Shoes
Men's Fino Calf Boots
Men's Embroidered Slippers.
Clothing & Gents Furnishing
Men's Cottonado Pants
Men's Imitation Wuratod Pants..
Men's All-wool Pants
Min's Summer Coats
Men's Summer Coats and Vests..
Men's Good Suits
Men's All-wool Suits
Men's French Worsted Suits
Men's Fine Cassimcro Suits
Men's Finest Fronch Worsted Suits. 15 00.
Men's Gauze Undershirts 20
Men's Drill Drawers 25
Men's Fino Dress Shirts 45
tor Wo havo a largo lino of BOY'8 SUITS
from four years up at prices that no houso can
dunlicato. If vim cannot como to sco ns send fnr
I samples and wo will gladly send them to you.
extoi eaJLaiBDbai i liiiaii Srca? aJba aiiib avEaV
SfT"! f "Cr3 "I ' ' "
Sewing n::r Gasoline
Macliiiios. no1 (Jell I lll Stoves.
S. J- DTjnil'73
Will repair all SewluK Mkchlnrt left with
him ami procure uch attachmonta a are ile-
aired Will alio keep Needle. OIU Ac Ac.
In S'Ultlon'U prepared tu repair Oaiollno
Sturei ou aliort notice. Keepa jruotlno al waja
rJ-Cdll on lira at I.oncb Stand ncit to
Frltco Depot. .7).
llcctlug tlic Hot Weather iloro Tliao
Hair )Uj I
Proprietor o tho-
Cornea to the front offerlof
OIUNOES AM) LEMONS
ALL FUU1TS IX TUEIR SEASO.V.
Nuts Candies Cakes
Confections and tho
Finest and Largest Supply of
Cigars and Tobacco to bo found
in tho City.
DRUG AND GROCERY STORE!
BAIirjE C2SOP I
I. P. BLEDSOE PROP'R
Chouteau I. T.
Having acquired tho various
lines of business named I am prc-
l itd to sorvo tho sick the hungry
j d thoso who dosiro a .havo. I
have J. M. Hamilton a man of ex-
perience in the restaurant and bar-
ber shop and everything will bo
found 0. K.
Lemonade Soda Pop ami Ico-
urcam served it desired
eraone knonln thrmaeUn Indebt
ed to the Arm or W. I. Wilder nil) plea.e
aettleaame nlth mo at their earlleat conten-
lencc Tlianka aro returned for patt farora
and arnntlnnnnreortheaamn dealred. lion.
eat andrnlrdcallnKla the motto. Si-'.l
(BAST SIDE OP TRACK.)
TbU Mneazlno portrnr Ameri-
can thought and llfo from ocenn to
ocenn la tilled with pure tilgU-clnia
literature anil enn bo aufulr wel-
comed in nnr fnrallr circle.
PRICE 3Do. OR 93 A TCAB BY MAIL
tampl cpi if tuirtct turner malliJ 17x1 re-
ttlpt 3t ttt.f tatk mmbtrt IB til.
l'rcmlain Llt with either.
130 Ac 133 Penr! St. N. Y.
NO IIOMEW-ESSEDWrni A BABY
Is complete without the mnnthljf Uiu
o( Buviioon that delight comfort
uul aid of the mother. OnJypuUicatkmln the
world devoted to the care of voung children.
We are e'id to recommend It (5 BceVman St.
N. V.) fi.5oajrcar ljccnUacopr
THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN
VINITA IND. TER.
Is 1'nblfalicd at $1.50 per year Id.
Thero is attnebod ta tho establish
ment a llrtt-cUw Job Prlntlnir olllce.
All work turned out is of the finest or-
der and thu prices made are alwftya
reasonable. Write lor samples and
Frank Turplu 8. II I'oti. Jaa Mk1
TURPIN FOSS & GO
I'or the imrchaio and aale or
iSlaplo and l?nnoy
Flour Food & Provisions.
MAKES A SPECIALTY OF VEQE-
Oi Evoiy Soasrip-bloxi.
Ilaro In addition to the xooda named n line of
Ulate ware X ()ucanaware. I'artleular at
tentlvu calle.1 tu the .tick er Tohaooua and
GRADERS AND LABORERS!
O work oti the Kanaai ArVantai A Vort
tliillli llallroad now beluK hullt from
Vt aKiier lnd Ter . to Kurt Hmlili Arkan.
ana tWIlray to lahorera tl Tftiierdartto
rneii and leama acranliiit 1 So tu el do
Weatrable work for aub-coiitrautora.attlnn
men fuarrtneu atoue-cuttura uiaaonaand
men for clrerliiir rlht-of-waj al reuuneratlt e
iirlcea. Two-thlrdao the work la on lralrl.
..--'. . ... j(iviir iireiiu KVIKI
Auureaa VA.ut.lu. .t .McDUN
Ulbaou Utatlon lud. Ter.
JOHir P DRAKE
Postoflico nt Chelsea lud.
uranueu on Itn
lda and hip
Mark uudar A
north ol Oowala
on Verdlxrla rlr.
J. W. BKINNBR
Vinlta Indian Territory.
On left aide
liorao brand tha
north or Vlnlto.
rO'Omco Kxcliance IlalldlBf .-C3
E. ST. LOUIS ILLS.
oMiuiq ou C'oul!nmonl8.
Wejofer to. W. Oreon Vinlta I.T.
TtfTTetf tfSi"iBiR?aa7a:TrTT"i 1
G. C DALY & CO.
To'Cotcmcn anil Catlh Shippers :
Wo would rospoctfully call your
attention to our facllltlcH for tho
flnlo of Indlnn Calllo nnd solicit
your B-hipinonts. Our new man In
tho cattlo dopartmont Mr. E. A.
QriOln Is vory popular with buyora
and la giving gononil satlBfacllon
to shlppom. W'v ntlcnd to nil
oalea personally nnd can gunrantoo
you highest market prlcoa and
prompt cash returns
You will nnd It to yourllnterost to
C C DALY 6l CO.
Na'ionvl Sloth IVrJd
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Adair, John L. Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 41, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 23, 1887, newspaper, June 23, 1887; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70973/m1/2/: accessed April 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.