Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 23, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 14, 1889 Page: 3 of 4
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Vinita Ind. Tim. Fun. 14 1880.
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K. from St. I.. (0 Tntia
St I.onliire ..
Tarnngli eoiuh from 81
:l0n m. I SiWnm.
TIMTA CIDIICn DIBECTOET.
M. S. Chnreh South -I. W
Sabbath ichonl at 10 00 m I
m nt 7 p id.
I prayer meetln every Wed-
Communion nrtlce every
lfretl.ytevlen Church Vf T. Kin paitori
pTeerlilne; every Sumlar at 11 . m anil 7 p
m Sunday school at 10 . m prayer meeting-
Congreratlonal Chnreh X. M. Wheat pti-
tart preaching- Bnnriaye at II a ra and 7 p.
to. i Snmlaiehottlua m. prayer raeetlnj
pdHTXEIt A HAUIIY
PHYSICIANS fe SURQEONS
VINITA. C. N.
Ofllrnln Tf avninnit litilMtnir rflfltn M-
. -wa.ivvaia a a.aj aaawaa .. u h. auaa. a " --
t second lloor.
or iiiieinniii Me. baiinp: purchased in
Hotel Delllytbe deilree to Inloru the public
that tha comfort or a-natta will b hls'trrestcit
cart ami belntr a hotel man lie knowe what la
-lernendeit. lloth regular and tramlent board.
It A. nnrr V. P. I.lnn
T UUR A I.ISN
j I'll rsiujAii it- suiiuiiuiya
Chouteau 7-2-1 Intl. Tor.
. COLLINS 31. 1).
A. ' 8-10
PHYSICIAN .C SURGEON
ralrlo Olty : : Intl. Tor.
Olvetiucelal attention to dlieaiee of Ejr
Ear. Not and Throat.
Ipeclal attention plven to locating-and rolled-
lag claims Hr perseverance honor and
lntrirrlty I hop to merit patronEKx.
Chouteau - Ind.Tcr.
f" OEM. A TAYLOlt
t A TTORNE YS-A TA W.
J. M. I'iHLI ... Kclio I.
J. M. Taylor Jit. Chelsea I.
' Tno II. Uaiixm tVu. ii. aiLi.tm.
n. C flocniioT
O AIISES MKI.LimE St 1I0DIIIX0T
". t mmr n r r ' o tmr.iyxr
flt- 'OQ1 cc corner of l.rcn Ami flnrrlsori Ave
KOUT SMITH AKK.
' Criminal Irarlnoa In V 1 L'ourta apftlallj.
1 onathax uoiti:
AUonipy-At-I.mr nml U. S. Comtuls-
' olouor fur lit II llualnew.
Comtiiiajloncr of )tc fur Knntas
Mlnfonri Arkaiifns mid Trias.
IWifwIa niitl liifTuf .i.mt.M ilrntrn ntift
- .WVilH IVI 'HI'VIO U...111. Mill.
Jmknonlcdcd. Collections ngnlnst
riuironua lor siock Killed uincn u
r- ra nouBu tsiocK viniutrinu. icr
i S2sc:ci.i..a.:tTx:oua juds.
J. B. & G. H. Spanglo
Clocki Silvcrwaro &c.
Spccinl Attention Given to tho
Repairing of Watclios Clocks and
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Mia powder neror varlea A marTal of
rarttr. atrenjttli and wholeaomaneaa. More
ungmlealtUanthaorJInary kliide and can.
ot U aU In ciimpelllloii nltli the multitude
aiuMi..i .uii w.tiit ilam or tthninhata
VI IWW .. .MV1. ...... it . .( A
owdtra aoldoniriu rant i.giiiuip.jn
jo . in nan oi n. . ! i
A. D. CUBINE
Uanofactorer of and Dealer In
BOOTS - AND - SHOES
Does nil kinds of Hoot nml Shoo
llprk cuitrnntceini n lit nnd antis.
TictioJUn every rcBpoct. rurllcs de-
slriiiK worK can ucnu meir names
'nnd nddrcMca and will rcceivo n
circular giving full uiroctionB now
to muaiuro tlio toot.
A. V. Cuiunb foremnn lins
dono nothing olso for yenra nnd la
giying huttor sntiafaction in tho
lloot buslnoHi than nny man in tho
remeily la fa-
1HOU8. lor us prompt
cure ol ctmglm anil conls. Tlio most
hovorfi e"lil mny lo looacnwl ftiuj re-
lleveo 'v-a' (Ioipi nf UiIh valnnlilu
rrraeily o1. by W.lM'nttqn &'o.
X. L. Orittclifleld & Co have a
. -Mlllor A Co. and O. W. Oroon pro-
sent now ads. thls'wcck.
N H. Blmpson shipped n car of
very Una fat Iiors last Saturday.
Corn Archer la toaehtne at tho
I'rcsuytorlan mission In Mtiskogeo.
Thcro is going to bo a wedding In
town that will "surpriso tho natives."
t-Mis. Illy tho has turned her hotel
business over to Ooorgo llauman nnd
Mrs. Prof. SIcOarthy was confined
to her room several days last week by
a bilious nttack.
A dime social in to bo field at the
rcsldencoof Mrs. F. L. Dockers noxt
Monday ovcnlng. All are Invi ted.
J no. M. Taylor Jr. of diction
tins bcon appointed U. S. commission-
er for tho transaction of nil civil bus-
iness. T.xtra copies of this lisno with do
ecrlptlons ot costumes worn In trades
procession can bo procured at the
Mrs. Merkt wife of tho operator
at lllupjackct assaulted Miss Jones
tbo school tcachor last Monday and
hurt her severely.
-l'ubllc school opened this week.
One department Mrs. Stephens has at
her home; tho other Miss Washbourno
is teaching up town.
Tho Coowccscoowco court honso Is
to bo moved to Clarcmoro nt once. All
persons interested are requested to as-
sist ns it is a largo undertaking.
Bird Ufllllnser who by accident
shot nnd killed Ernost Delew last
week was examined by Commissioner
Wheeler Saturday and discharged.
Orimih tho man who killed H.
Dustlu at Southwest City last summer
was convicted of murder In tlio second
degree and sentenced to tho penitenti-
ary for leu years.
William Smith who. was under
nirest last Bummer for shooting J. M
Lamm In tho arm and escaped has
returned nnd given himself up. Ho
has been In Colorado.
Tho road leading to tlio cemetery
needs somo Work upon It very badly.
This should bo done by tho city nnd
tho ladies should insist upon tho city
authorities nttending to It.
Worcester Academy is expecting a
numhor of valuable books from Miss
C. E. Gioenondyko of Lafayette Ind.
It will ncccssltato n rebuilding nnd
cataloguing of tho library at an early
Marlon J. Watts of Sequoyah dis-
trict has decided to abandon his race
for the Muskogco Indian agoney as
ho says because ho is"a Oherokeo In
dinn nnd thereforo perhaps Ineligible."
Tho ladies of tho Improvement so-
ciety dcslro to express tholr sincere
thanks to.Mru. A.C. Raymond add nil
others who ho kindly assisted them in
making a bucccsh of their entertain-
ment. W. N. West living near Snliha
was in town Tuesday. Ho Is hopeful
ol doing somothlng with tho lead
mines in which ho is Interested
witli a number of gontlemon of this
Mary Sutton is reported to havo
been married last week to a man
named John Colson who fired nshot
at one of tho guests of tho Cook house
threo weeks ago believing him to bo a
Tho hunters havo roturned. Two
or their number Will Wright nnd
Dob Itudislll camo in ndvnncc upon
tho cars; the rcmaindor arrived in
good order last Sunday. Tlioy were
encamped near tho mouth of Dog
Greek on Verdigris. Uatne was plen-
tiful but they did not kill any to
Tholurabcriaw as it camo from
tho hamls of tho last council Is n so
vcro blow at tho saw mills of this
country and It la probable that tbo
most important one will bo moved to
Arkansas. Situated In tho pineries
a long way from tho railroads they
cannot compoto with lumber shipped
in nnd henco wero compcllod to seek n
market in tho inland towns of Mis-
souri aud Arkansas. This Is now pro-
hibited and as it la said thaV "it
Is a poor law that wont work both
ways" this must bo accoptod as a
poor law. Thore are still. clunt reasons
for prohibiting tho cutting of our wal-
nut timber but tho samo ones by no
means apply to our pine. This iu-
dustry would bear a reasonablo royalty
and do very well but the destruction
of its markets will bo ruination.
About twenty persons most of
whom wero children arrived here ono
night laRt week hoping to find that
they belonged to this country. They
camo from somo of tho middle states
nnd would havo been willing to "provo
up" ns ono of tho lost trlbos of Israel
nirxSihorokoo negroes or anything
else which would give them a loot-
bold In this country. It Is rcportod
that a former resident of this country
advised them to corao out telling
them a payment was nbout to bo
mado nnd that if tlioy hurried they'
would bo in time to participate
Another parson Hriug on Llghtniig
Oroek with whom they woro In cor-
respondence wroto them that tho
corn waa tipjand everything in glori-
ous condition hero. Tlioy arrived dur-
ing tho only very cold weather wo
hnvo had this winter and next day
started on foot for 1'arsona.
Hello Starr was killed on tho south
sido of the Canadian in tho Choctaw
nation on Sunday the 10th. Jim
Starr tho husband left Ft. Smith im-
mediately on learning of tho tragedy
and threo days lator returned with K.
A. Wntsou to wlftim ho attributes the
crime. The circumstances show that
Hello was shot from behind with n
charge of buck-shot which unhorsed
her A chargo of turkey-shot waa
then fired Into her fact nnd neck
Two men at u ferry near by beard tho
elicts and a moment lator tho- rider-
less horse crime down nnd awam tho
river. When tho nnlmat reached
homo the dead woman's daughter
l'eiirl Younger fearing something had
happened mounted and rode back
aoon reaching tho scone of the murder.
Hollo spoko ono or two unintelligible
uonln.itU reported after she was
found Watson was urrosted because
of tracks correopondliiK with those of
his discovered lending from his house
near tiiloi-o Heilo tool: dinner tU tho
point whoro tho assassin stood and
then by n clrcultlous route lmckntfaln.
lie denii'ij any knowledge ol the crlmo.
Charley rbole and Wife Were vltitlng Ii
J. U. Half of Tnlia wm la the city Mori
day accompanied by .tilt little aon.
lire. Kate Jack. on of Oaleeaton la Tlilt-
Inc her nelee Mn. II. O. Uarrltt it the Frli-
I)r K n Frajurlui reeorered'from bla
long.pellot.lckno.i and le Kilning- rapidly
Infleeh ind Itrength.
-(1. II nethell went to Southwell City the
Aril ofMie wilt to talkllf Imuraneo to the
cltlreniof that placfl.
Mlii.Me Uolllni eamj In from 0 jiral latt
Friday and left the earn night lor a mouth's
Tl.lt with her aunt at riper Kama .
U S Kowlon Sentinel Altamont Kan
eat ten a "hello" call atleklng In the door or
thle office U.tSAtnrJnr daring the reporter's
sbience Call again.
lire. W. It. Morrlion arrlre t from Teaaa
latt week and la alaylna; with her piren te I..
! Crntehflold and wife. Iter hatband Trill bo
herein a few wcekt and they will make tbelr
litmiln thle vicinity upon a farm .
T. 1 Thompson ten or doten years ago
an employe ef the V'rlico at this place waa
lieroTneiday night. II was it brother-in-law
ol It Duttln and hod been at I'lnerlll
attending the trial of hli rndrderer. He waa
an old frlendoftbo writer alTopeka.
"JOT BETCB BETH WITH THE XOnXIXO."
A great atorm had blown oat the stars
And the winds rathtng from their caret
Loihed the tea Into mountain wares
And the ship nuder bending spare
In titter darkneis plowed tb deep
Unto Him whom the winds obeyed
On (Jaltlc I humbly prayed
That In Ilia keeping I might aleep.
In a haten calm and bright
With trople sanehlne where the scent
Of orange bloom mad redolent
The breei that was so eon anj light
That there acarcely a watelit broke
Upon the boiom of the bay
Where next moroln-onr good lM- ay
To glad conielouineis I awoke.
So may It be. Oood Lord of all.
When In darknen links my en ...
And my star ar oat onebyo'.e
To aa calm a sleep may I fall
And that whleh only faith had been
Awake to Sod a troth to be
Where no white sails go oat to ses
lint are forerer coming In.
Ar Rarprlilngly Pletitag Eatertalameat The
"The belt thing erer gotten np In Ylnlta."
Thle waa th general verdict on the "Met
cbante' l'arade" gltcn by the Ladlet' Im-
prorenient aoclety at the llaymond parler latt
Upwards of thirty firms and Institutions
wer repreicnted and the aarprlie f all waa
that eucli an entertainment could be mad ao
Interesting. Kach lady waa ao drened or dec-
orated aa to Indicate .he Hue of bnelneialn
which the firm the repreeented wai engaged
and each carried an appropriate banner.
Tue eodltnce was etiembled around the oat-
tide ofth 'im (and It took the halle te help
hold tb crowd) and to theltralnt of the piano
at whlcb Mill Kmery preilded went through
the rarlont evolutions of tb grand march
under the leadership ef Urs. Badgett and
Illanche 1111. Then by request they patted
lowly through the hall aereral timet single
file Iu order that each coilatne could be ob-
erred. Following tlio ynradt 'refresh menta were
eerred In the dining room fhepreceelt of
thacutertatument were near SAO and as the
uteof tho building wae kindly donated the
expenie was bat a dollar fur napkins and
other trilling Incidentals .
It should perhspe be stated that the object
of the entertainment waa to rail fundi lor
erecting a public school building
V. S ahelton.oU'ralrleClty J. XT -lamp
ol Springfield and John Martin of 1'elrca
City were appointed M n committee to award
the blue ribbon for tho costume whleh moil
truly ropreirnled the subject designed. The
Judgmeutwae Id fetor ortbo Ikdiah Cmxr.
taik rcpreiented bylln.Dr Degby.
the com lira won.
Imu Ciiurrii: Mn Dr. negby l'a
per dreie front trimmed with three ruffles
orCuiKi-TAlxs beaJed with tne beading of the
paper panel of a large .highly colored In
dlan chief) back drapery printed clot'j Infant
watit of lime bins banner with Ikciax
CitiBrTAlK and tbo magto legend "(1 60 per
year" In gold letters.
W. U. ration ACo'a drug etore Julia Tat.
ton Dreii light green buttons and ornameute
or pllt boxes and gilt braid belli carrying
fancy tooth brnibei powder puffi oulll plcki
andchara! handkerchief to necklace of
colored boltlos watch chain of corks sponge
csp orsments: gold pens cork-screws and
gold spatulai banner white with gold fringe i
large gold mortar and peell la center cold
graduate spalal with gold handle) pllt box
labeled pills In glittering letters bottlss la-
beled! Tolson chloroform mlxtnrs skat!
and cron bonee thaka well befor using
Irngsi brocaded lettere Iu circle.
Wm Cliouteaa'a grocery i Mrs. Choutesu
tlrowu dreis trimmed with pletnreaof canned
fruits and advertising cards. White bsnner
trimmed la clgeri tobacco and candy.
Mra. Wm. Chouleaa'a millinery atorei
Faunl Hayes Whit laeadreea covered with
rlbbona and flowert) a very largo .hat shroud-
ed In festhsrs birds aud flowera. Banner ot
black velvet and gold letters.
Usvls Hill A Co's.Jdry goods stors: Bep-
reiented by Mrs. Faunl Hill Combine lion
dreis of cloetrle bin plnih and Henrietta
cloth) psneloflac at the Tight ildetonlfR
tide a pale blue isth. Thefreni of the eklrt
was decorated with fans and handkarchlsfsi a
lace pompadour with a .bunch of pink tud
white rosebuds at th throat Itlbboni wer
attached to eaehaleev and the left ahoulder
from which a piece was drawn across the
back) a bonnet of lace with flowing ttrtamert)
banner of bins with geld letter! "Davit
mn a Co. d. a."
DavlaHIIIJsCo's. grocery: Hoi ntuejack
et Decorated wlthtobaeco clgare candy ad-
vertlslng cards aud erackers. Hanner.maJ
of gilt paper and black lettera.
Yf W. Millar' barlware and machinery:
Mrs Vf. TV'. Miller-Black silk drees front
trimmed with saws ladles and fancy tinware
panels of spoons knlvee forks and pictures of
machinery) braselele of bridle bite and dog
collara with tea strainer etc. for banglee)
necklace dog collar with small pocket
kulvea keya andsmsll locks nannerof dark
red pi Jth with name ef firm In keys.
I'osloBlcei lllaneh llsll Dreii ofcresm-
colored China allk skirt trimmed. r lib lettere
bodice of rote colored serrah silk over nhlcb
wsidrsped cream Spinlih guipure lscy Ilau-
ner of silk American flsg with letters.
Mrs. F II Cass.mllllneryanddreismaklng:
Ida Baatty Vream colored nnns veiling trim-
med with China sllk.'brocad cotssg col V
black velvet ribbon on neck with pendente of
brilliants bunch of lips on each abouldsr
front veil of beads aud tinsel eoreeg bou-
quet of floweret panels on skirt were covered
wlthpletaree cul from faiblcn plates repre-
senting th latest itjUi ef evening and street
costumes aud cards of buttons embroidery
silk twist and fansi brosd brimmed white bat
trimmed In whtto with birds and p'.nmeet lovo-
ly bsnner of dark green velvet with lettera
formed ofiteel onmurntt and brilliants bor-
der of gold lace i two shades of rlbben were
twisted around the polo and felt In leops over
the back of lb banacr.
Vlnlla Dudee: Mrs. It IrontlJcVlluee
Albert coal velvet skirt silk hsl whit cra-
vat a button hoi bouquet and gold eje gtait-
es and carrlsd a gold heaiid esne
W.I. Trott's lumber yard. Kmnia fleck-
She carried an appropriate banner and was
drenedlublu nuu velUiig decorated with
short pieces of moulding plcl diagonally
around th ihoulderi skirt ornamenUd with
besutlfully colored strips of board t a tiny
window and a dellrate bundle of lathe war
suipeuded at th side.
Mrs. lmnngton-Ysllow biniiir "I. W.
UneingtonUveryandSsle Slsble" whlpfor
bsnaerstatr dreis of pink albatrois trimmed
with hone and buggies.
Mrs. Bwalu-Ked banner "It. U. Bwalu
Grocer" bom on broom huag by a string
ofeletUti pint) gilt crowuitt with candles
neeklacaofegge and candyi bracelets of bar
lisdj red kerchief about th shanlders. rcxl
prn trlmmttlln cracketl smllntjer npii
full supply of Parlor and Kitchen
red aaih Hu 'our ' r!. .icki on the endi
Tarlons labele adorned the drees
Skinner tlatclltr A Co. Mr. Mllford-
Whltsdrese panel if candy end ping tobacco
In center of which were firm Initial! "A It.
Co." Ineranbrrrlesi ssih of -'White Froit"
and "Holler rtent"flonrsaekai aklrtdraped
with nntt dried fralti cranberries and cig
ars) bottom bordered with pictures of fruit)
necklace of eandy heart 1 1 bracelets of stlek
licorice) candy hair ornaments. Whit ban-
ner trimmed In cigars.
FrateeATrotl Mrs. It. It Trott-lllsek
sllkdreti necklaco of tooth brathei iklrt
trimmed with sponges show cards etc t ban
ner with ptitle and mortsr.
Bai'xetl A Co. i Mlee Oreenway Dark dreis
trlrame4 In lace glovei baby ihose hand-
kerchieft and ismplei of spring dreis goods.
Blsck bauner with whit letters.
Raymond ilsll: Mrs Badgett Ked dreee
trimmed wlthpletaree and the wordt "Opera
home" In white letters. White besd dreis
and white banner
O W.Oreen- Sidle Aihbrook ned dreis
draped with lace and eiih of tsweli pompa-
dour of white mafller! and neck Ilea neck-
lacoof colored tpeol allk halrarnamente fan
cy pine. Baaner klaek and whit decorated
The phyatclsnssf Vlnlta were repreeented
by Mill Moll lloberts.who wore a necklace ef
nrglcallnilrarnenti) banner of whit with
gold fringe and gtld lettera "I'hyilclana of
Ylnlta" and on the reven tide "Dental
J. 0. Stevensi MlieJonee Belt kucklee for
epsnleti spnrsforbracelete bridle bite for)
belt drees trimmed In small bieklei) banner
of blue with gold fringe and a aaHdl pointed
In ceater carried upon a whip.
PAttAn'C fiFV r.A.1. AV. Ilia tf.aafla.ai
ration Kavy bine dreii skirt decorate!
with bindkerehlefe lace aaih wlthllctttrT
W 11 P t ala rlhbn ..rail iral.t JlTh'Ttha
Arm Initials) white bonnet) banner blae"wllbi
I.. L. Crutchfield' grocery i Mrs. A. P.
GoodrkoonU-lUnnerof blue with silver lei.
tr bearing firm nam and line of goods csr-
rled grocerlee and fernlture.
It. Ironilde- Mlrt Jelil Btretch-tted
apron with Illuminated grocery plctnreil ban-
nerufred with white letters trimmed with
Mrs. a J. TdVapion represented the dental
prsfctilon of her bus&and by a banner frlnred
nltballvertlnjtl and ornamented with for-
cepe and a gigantic let of fall teeth.
Lotti Henderaon repreeented Yforceiter
aeademy wearing the Oxford cap recently
adopted iy the lenlorctaii) hereof turn was
adorned wllh geometrical Agireeand with Hi
legend "Worceiter Aeademy" "po Chrlt
toetllumanltate." She Lad a itrap In bar
bane) containing aora heavy works on pbl-
loiopbyand history) abroom supported on her
ten ehoulder wai the Inilgnla of th domettle
training In vogne at the academy and a board
with aeveral neat toole feitened upon It ang-
geited the mannat training department.
The public feeling over the condition of the
pnblloeehool waa well exprened In the cot-
tume of Mailer UalphUreeo a pair of misfit
tronterathe principal feature of whleh the
original cloth wai Indlitlngulihablt.beipeak-
ingrauenneglect and indlffereneoon the part of
those who ehould be eupportere. Ilslph car-
ried a banner bearing a well ascente picture
or theoldichool building. The Intention of
the I.sdlet eoelety to replace ;the oldeeheol
wai signified by a banner In th hande of Mu-
ter rrank Ooodykoonts with the picture or a
freihandhandierae.yat pitifully small and
"Sltter'e school" was represented by little
Addle llcek and beyond tb banner bearluj:
thatlnecrlptlon th mott suggestive feature
was a large kamlfull el awltches tome.alort.
flbe wore a pink dress ornsmented with books
and a cap msdo ofohalk and paper.
M T A T : Mre. Galloway-Dreti whit
Henrietta trimmed with white eatln and
beadiiooriage bouquet of yellow rote budi)
right 'panel decorated with Initiate of the
rood) lift panel wai corded with eatin beada
and lettere eklrt waa bordered with gay pict-
ure!) walit and ileevce ornamented with let-
ters) csrried a punch and woreacondaetor'a
cap) banner of whit with red a.id gill letters
"Frlicol.lne " Mrs. Decker-Cream flan-
nel trimmed with laco and moire silk) right
panel decorated with th word "Frleco
Line" In black lettsre) lurt panel covered
with gay advertltement) th eleevee and wallt
were trimmed with beantlful letters) were a
conductor' csp and carried a punch) blue est-
In banner with golden lettera and freight car.
a B. Uethell Insurance! Mri. Belhell
Cream latin trimmed In lac and pearle die-
orated nl'h pampbteta and eneravlngn crown
of gold) benner with gold lettere and decorat-
ed wllh rlbbone.
ITliJtl rCOX KI351SOX.
George Walker Ii going to bar a cittern
Talk of anew ichool boon belnj belli la
-O..II. Harlow lakept but In hla black
Jo Bason atarUd for hi home In Tennes-
see last Thureday.
Our farmera aro beginning to realise that
eprlng will tonlhtre. '
Dsnlel Walker went to Mount Vernon (Set
Saturday to aUeud school. '
Wm Martin of Big creek was over In
this section laat Thursday.
Several periona In this vicinity are having
quite time with the mumps.
George Ewers Is again In our rnldit. He
has bsen abunt fer tern time.
P. B. Klnation I now occupying bl nw
itore building. It la well mpplled with good!
to lh All waul of th people In thlafloar-
liblngpart ot the territory. Hla daughter
Mary Is clerking for him.
Feb. 9 tra. Srx Flows.
ritAXHIE CITY NOTES.
0. S.Sbolton has returned from at-
tending supremo court.
Dr. A. 11. Collins Is with us and is
ready to attend tho sick.
Tho Itov. Faulk holds a protracted
meeting at this place for two or threo
Dr. W. II. Ford has resumed tho
practlco of medicine again and has a
nuinbct ot patients on hand
Dawson Cook a Wyandott and
Miss Wilson an Ottawa wore married
in this placo on tho 10th Inst.
Tho public school was to open to-
day but wo regret to learn that our
teacher Miss Eleanor Itaudluot was
sick In Viuita and unable to bo here.
11 T Mlsuch Is staying at this
place nnd Is always roady to work at
tho carpenters trado and house paint
ing and anyone wishing work dono in
this lino Mould do well to glvo him a
Dr. A. H. Collins will have hla or.
ficoundor tho Masonic hall; also tho
cUrk's ofllcu wtll bo established thcro
in a few day sand no doubt Mr Shcl-
ten would bo clad if thn doctor would
purgo tho law of Its Imperfections nnd
make it easier sailing for tho elerk.
Iu our last letter wo mentioned the
run-a-wny marrlago of Wesley Duvls
to Miss Kelson. Mr. Davis and his
bride havo been roconritod to the fa-
ther who with Christian grace gave
him a homo making good the saying
"pmlfo me on ouo check I turn the
other" you stole my daughtor uow
I'll give you my horse.
The health of the neighborhood Is
not very good at this writing; thero
are a number of cases of rhouroatlsm.
Mrs l'. 1.. Walker nnd a Mrs Alexan-
der and Mr. J. T. Akin have beeu suf-
fering with that disease. Mr. Atchjey
was seriously ill with throat trouble
F. M. Uowon has n very tick child.
Mra II Y lleosou has been down for
some days. L. D. Flint and 0 K.
Qsorgo each had a very tick child;
wo aro able to say both are better.
Fob U 1S0 CMtANf
Our little city leon n boom; threo
now buildings going up nl present.
liny la moving out at a rapid rato
beforo the day of probation closes.
Uharlcs Moore is building a aloro
room nnd expects to open n stock of
goods March 1st.
We have n new school building
nnd havo unioa S.ibb.ith school and
preaching ovcry Sunday; also n day
school of 29 scholars under tlio man-
agement of Mrs. Mattlo Moore.
Mrs. Haloes will glvo a concert
Filday evening Sho lias bcon giving
leesons to six young ladies and two
gentlemen some whom possess rnrd
musical Inlont. Mrs. Haines will bo
assisted by Mrs. David Mcridlth. Thrj
two ladles havo few equals nud per-
haps no superiors In tho Chcrokoo aa -tion
both in Instrumental nnd vocal
music. A free concert; all rtru cordi-
Feb. 121880. II. H. .
Farmers aro scouring their plows.
Henry Olay is the now blacksmith
at Arthur Morgan's.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. liarndollar will
return homo tho 15th Inst.
-II. M. ISrent mado two business
itrlpj) to Qfajo Agency last week.
P3&&rijft!atigcr and family have mov
ciiaownillio river lo " uogtown."
MrsSWin. Johnstono In vlsltinir
r parents on tho Verdigris river.
Pleasure riding was indulged in by
many ol our young people last Sunday
Tho conduct of a great many of onr
men who attended the big dance on
Hand creek last week did not snow for
them n very high moral standing iu
our community. Tho whiskey law
should be enforced.
Feu. 11 ISti.'. SfnAXOER.
Ofth rrrilitent-rieel will lV placo at
Washington on March tlh IScS and aboalt! b
witnessed by all who can posilbly ipare t!
ncceeiary time. For thli ocenlon tho "Bart.
Ington Itonte" wllh He ueaal liberality In
such cstci has raide th remarkably low rat
of one fire for the ronnd trip and will sell
through tlckete to Waihlngton and rtlnrn at
this rate thus placing th; eieurtlon and
thort vacation within the reach of all From
IhtMliioiirl Illfer acholceof roulele offer-
ed vis: VI Chicago St Loult or Feerla In
connection with any line deilred eatt of tbeie
polnte The equipment of .the Burlington
tout Is surpsited by none In the way of com-
fort and elegance and Its time It aa quick aa
the quickest Tlckete will bi on talo from
February 7tb to March tnit. Inclusive and will
be good returning until March loth. Go yonr-
lelf end periusde year friend t logo and buy
yoor tlsketa over the Burlington Boat (II. A
St .'. II II )
For Information In regard to time through
cart etc addrcu
II G Ok A. C. Dawks
Q. S W. IV A . O. V. AT. A.
900 Main St .KaniaiCity.Mo. Ml Joieph Mo.
Missouri Kansas & Texas Railway.
On Febuary 4th a reclining chair car ier-
vie was established to run dslly between 8c-
dallaand Hannibal Mo. to leave Sedalla
nerthbound on train N'o. SOI at 10. 0 p ra
arriving at Moberly at 1 .90 a. m and at Han-
nibal at S .03 a. mi connections made at Mober-
ly with Wabaib Western trains for Coancll
Bluffs and Omaha Ottuinwa Dee Moines
St. l'aul and Mlaneapolle and 81 Loolt) at
Hannibal with tralna of Chicago BurlingWn
andQuIncyltallroad and W'abaih Hallway
far Cblcsgo aud all polnte East) South-bound
to leave Hannibal at 12:13 a. m after th ar-
rival of th Chicago Hurllegton and Qulney
railroad and Wabaih railway from Chicago
ami tb it arrhlngtt Moberly at i 13a m.t
making th connection! of th tralna of th
Wabaib Weilern Hallway from Omaha St.
Taul. Des Moines and Ollumwa arriving at
Sedalla at S.C3 a. m. connecting with the
through fallraau sleeping ear itrtlce for
Fort Scott I'arsons Uenlton Dsllae Fort
Worth Waco Austin and San Antonio) con-
nection! at Fort Worth with Tollman aleep.
Ing cara lo El Iaio. Lot Angeles and San
Franclicoi at San Antonio with Pnllma
Sleeping cars to City of Mexico via Esgl
rit..Meiten International and Mexican
Central Itallayi and via Laredo and Mexican
.General ranenger aud Ticket Agent
WAXTS EOn SALE I.OHT hTUATED &T0LEX.
(Each nolle of th character Indicated not
exceeding rirrrwoMD will be Inserted t-o
weeks under this beading for finr cikts.
Information Is wanted of a young roan ot
nineteen named John Doty. Addrete bla
mother Mre. Mary Doty Fort Smith Ark.
TAKEN' UP On gray mare or 7 year
old about It banile high there tall no brands.
Uwuer pieaio Identify and take away. tl-S
W U Bais Bluejacket I. T.
t! 00 REWAUD The abov reward will be
paid for lh delivery at my farm mllea north
of Vlnlta In Delaware district for esehToxaa
'ateer. branded V G on right aide D JorTU
connected (T abov )) on hip.
G. W UtutEX Vlnlta Ind. Ter.
II vour digestion is out of whack if
you need a strengthener or nn appe-
tizer try Cheatham's Chill Tonic. It
will urine yon our 01 mo ainss. ouiu
by W. C. Fatten A Co.
Cheatham's Chill Tonicls acknowl-
edged to bo tho best l'hyslclans uso
and prescribe it. Curo guaranteed.
Sold by W. C. Fatten &Co.
Croup can always bo prevented by
giving Chamberlain's cough remedy
as soon nn the child becomes hoarse.
It is pleasant aud safe to tako and
perfectly rellnble. l'rice 60 cents per
bottlo. sold oy w. u. ration & uo.
Railroad retrenchment has de-
prived Bert Walker of an assistant
andttio is doing all tho work at the
Frisco station nlono.
Cheatham's Chill Tonic contains
neither Quinine Ulnchonidla Arsenic
fc'trychnlue or Mercury and dooa not
produce buxxlng in ears or deafness.
Cure guaranteed. Sold by W. C. Put-
ton A Co.
IliicLleu'g Arnica Salvo.
The beat salvo in tbo world for Cuts
Uruisos Sores Ulcers Salt Itbeum
Fever sores Tetters Chapped Hands
Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup-
tions and positively euros Files or no
pny required. It Is guaranteed to give
Price 25 cents per box. For sals by W.
0. Fatton A Co.
"Hunt's Cure" guaranteed to curo
Itch Hlugvtorm Totter Ei-iemn and
all form of skin dlfeuses. tiold by W
0. Fatton A Co.
Cheatham's Chill Tonic is peculiarly
adapted to persons In enfeebled health
nnd invalid. It assists dlgcstiou.nnd
is a perlect strongthencr aud appetiz-
er riatisfacilon or money refunded.
Sold by Hatigh Adair A Oo Chouteau.
The Florida International and
Semi-Tropical exposition )t Ocntu
uow opou and will contlu
There is no tlnitger in giving Cham
borlain's cough remedy to children as
It contains no injurious substance; he-
Hidcsltls unequaltd for colds ami
croup Children like it. For sale by
W. 0. Fatton A Oo
"When the Spring time comes gentle
"And the chills aud fever bloom ouco
"You hiuj bettor buy nhottlu of Choati
barn's Chill Tonic."
"From the man who runs the. nearest
BohUiy Banjh. A la'r A Co.) Chou-
They vvdtild also statb
tliat a full lino of
Can bo found at their MAJVIMOUTEC ESTBXilSI-IMENT.'
jQ.m ECcrotoforo tlxoy vceii
Mgsfim for liSuMl Fan k Sicli Silisi
Sec Bluejacket's prices.
Go to tho Vinita
for wall pupcr.
Galvanized wiroa.t $1.25: paint-
ed at 83.00. W. W. Miller & Co.
no little cominotion.
Barbed wire at Miller & Co's.
cheaper than was over sold in tho
"Don't trust to luck" but rnb on a
little of Hunt' Cure lor Itch -Tetter
Itingworm or Kezoma. Sold by W. O.
Palion & Co.
Highest cash price paid at II.
Just received a now supply of
dry good boots shoes notions
&c. II. Balcntine.
Just received Garden seed from
threo of tho best houses in Ameri-
ca. II. IJalentinc.
Millar & Co. havo their supply
of farm machinery. If you don't
want to buy just yet call and Ret
acquainted with tho plows plant-
Woodworkers The Best Bunch
Piano in the world and only self
Setting Plane made will bo cent
on trial by the Gago Tool Com
pany of Vinoland N. J.
if not on
sale in our town.
Fnrmerii 1 Make no mintako by
buying machiuoy whioh is out of
date. Wo oiler you all tho latest
improvements. W. XV. Miller &
W. L. Trott is adding to his
stock at tho Vinita Lumber Yard
a complete lino of wall paper
brown whiles and gilt.
"Ho shook and bo shook till his
shaking was chronic" "Ho then
bought a bottle ot Cheatham's Chill
Tonic" "llo said to his friends
though a shaker of yore" "Thanks
to the C. C. Tonic I'm a sharer; no
more." Sold by Bauch Adair A Co.
Persons troubled with rheumatism
try Chamberlain' Fain Halm. Ono
application v. ill ease tho pain and its
continued iuo has cured many cases
of chronic and inflammatory rheuma
tism that nau resisteu oilier reinemvs
and evon the trentmont of the best
physicians. Friro. 60 centn rcr bottle.
For sale by W. C. Fatton A Co.
Store and Contents and a Dwelling
NidifTor & Thomnson Echo I.
T. offer for snlo their entire stock
of General Merchandise and Sotre
House ; also ono Swelling House.
Thit is a rare business chanco.
"The (lowers thnt bloom in the Spring
time trn la"
"Found him sick in t he bed with chills
"Bui Cheatham's Chill Tonic got him
upon his leelleta"
"And he now daily btngs while walk.
lit!' the atreelluts."
"It undoubtedly curod hla shakes
Suld by W. C. Fatton A Co.
A special excursion to Mexico un-
der personal escort.Js nunouueed by
the Mexlinn National r.tllrond. The
party will leave .Saint IaihIs via the
Iron Mountain February 2Uh at 8:10
F. M. Fitriien desiiing Togo should
register nt theulllco of the Iron Moun-
tain by the 201 h Inst. Full pattlcu-
fars wilt be sent on npllcntion in John
I. Kendall No. IU Kookery building
and pulufui Hteknesa to robust health
marks nn epoch in the life ot the indi-
vidual. Kuch a remarkuhle event la
treasnrcd In tho memory and the
ageucy whereby th good Iiealth hat
'.lion attained is grutefully blessed
lleiu-o It In that po much is heard la
tirnieo of Klectrio Illttent. So many
feel they owe their restoration la
health to the use ol tne Cireat Altera-
tive nud loiilo. If you ar trou44
with tiny disease of kidneys Liver o
niomacil oi inpsi nr tmnrt mruuihk
you will urvly tind relief by
lvleftrWiHUem. Sotd nt COo
oy Ur ui
n r bottU nt w U Fatton-
admonish the farmer that
Time for Activiiyv
tit M W
Mil itIHaHMV(lIRZ fc
n-- asajSkSBBs iSsjavvBarToasr v
A. 1". BOSVTELL
A. P. BOSWELL & CO.
Stoves Tinware Nails etc.
.. - Shelf and Heavy 0
Farm and Spring Wagons
Buggies Road Carts
Barbed Wire at $3.40 per 100 lbs:
Iu fact tlioy keep ovcry thing that is kept Ih a
FIRST-CLASS HARDWARE STORE.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
COFFEYVILLE - - - KANSAS.
SjJDDXjE i-xristjess & si-ibis secodp;
Pitched from Texas to tho Territory.
Saddle and Harness Shop.
Can bo found first door east of
Patton's dry goods storo With
one ol the
BEST SELECTED STOCKS
Ever in this country. 1 have
been in tho business in Texas
for fifteen year and will du-
plicato KVERY STYLE AND PRICE
Bought in any market. All I
ask is a trial beforo purchasing.
I'll convinco you I Alran what
f tty nnd iay what I Mean
illso Cur7- a rUTXJ LHT33 OX" BTJGCtXCiK'
B. Stevens & Co. Vinita Ind.
WE SPRING MEDICINE YOU WANT
Paine's Celery Compound
Purifies the Blood
Strengthens the Nerves
Stimulates the Liver
Regulates the Kidneys and Bowels
Gives Life and Vigor to every organ. '
There' nothing like it.
' Ist uprtntr bemff vrry mucn run down and
deblUtaUil I procured some ft lelnc Ottry
Compound. The use of twobottlm liuiuemu
feel like new man. As a general toulo and
spring- medicine I ilo not know Its ctitub"
W. U. UnuxLKAr
DrtStuUor General V. N. 0. Burtluglon. 'r.
ttoe. six for H.M. jtt nnunrut.
amtatta avrt " -i utn.
mtifwwm ... ztl fj)
Tk iHtliWc ore turlte! U rxaistliie Ike Ihhkim tk ( BeUMtaw ''
n )UtrlI C iM klMia rA hi Use
VINITA LUMBEB YAMJti
AsmI tf ( tke War it leas wlsleti 4tj tvptUtlm.
NONE BUT CASH ORDERS SOLIOITBO.
SatUfiwrtluu (JsuritnUe-l. FUnirrs ttarnMiei oj'd1iI:i
ac. W. Vi TRO'rT Manager Vlnlta ln& Tiff
In Dry Good
TMaoy Xaoaca. ATlJ
j. j. bars dollar;
Good Nows for the People of Viait.
The CBBtrj BWC
I IIAVJC NOW
A First Glass Slioemakw
Employed in the shop pre.
pared to get up fit tho shone
posstoie nouco s -t
STYLISH BOOT Off S
And ono which will lit tn
fectlv tho foot for which it is
mado. Only superior stock is
used in any of our work. All
REPAIRING NEATLY DONrf
And warranted. In addition
for our own ubq and to accom.
odate tho trad we hup a fuU
line of Shoe Furniihingt.
Uso It New!
"Ilavlns used your rauw'a Celery CouspiAfn
Ibis sprlns-. I can mtfely rrrommeiul is as tfta
most iiowcrful and at Us fmrao time mi
evnllo rvirulator. It Is a nlotMlkl utno .to).
and since t
ce uunjf k i nave usi us a now mw
It lu Kxokh WatertawB luiota.
Wills. IUcuaiii03I OAtron. KWHit Vs.
UCTATEO FBQB 2 tZ3S
W " lMswSBJBjpp
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