The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 5, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 10, 1889 Page: 3 of 4
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Indian Chief tain.
Vinita Ind. Teii. Oct. 10 1889
loaal Railroad Timo Tables.
UiSSOUUI KANSAS ft TKXA8.
Mi. 1. M. K. ft T. Kxpreet
Ho. 3 ilanb'l St.L.ST.K
0:33 p. m.
Mo. 4.T. 8l.t..A lll'be
No. a Mo. Ks ft Tex ex
No.M freight kntl accom
BT. LOUIS A SAN ritANCHCO KAILWAV.
Et. from st.L. to Tulsa
St. Louis express
Through coach from St
SilOp.m. I S i.iOpm
timta ciiuimi ninr.cronr.
II. K. Church South I.. W. Hirers pastori
Sabbath tchool at 10:00 . m. I preaching at II
a. m aml7p in Jirojer meeting- eerfr Wed-
nesday erenlne;. Communion service over?
rreibyterlan Church W. t. fin.nler pattori
preaeiunz erorj Banner ui 11 a. in. nuu p
m. Himaajrtcnooi at ioa
m.i prayer meet
Ibk Thursday nights.
Uongreeatlonal Chnrch. Preaching Bnn-
tiara at II a. m and 7 p.mj Bandar achool
at 10 a. m. i prajer meeting Thursday nlghta.
CIIKIIOKKELOIXIEKO. l.A.O.U. IT.
Meets March 8 and alternate Tuesday nlghta
thereafter. Visiting; members In gooi
ucmemuera in goon inou-
II A. (Iallowat Jl. W.
t-eleomeu n a.ua
K. lliLrono Recorder
Q J. THOMPSON
Vinlln. - - -
OUT-IEK & UAMUT
PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS
VINITA 0. N.
Orficoln Raymond building room 10
A W. FOIiL'MAft
PHYSICIAN A- SURGEON.
Olllcoin front room of tiklnner ltat-
cIlIT & Co'e. building upajtalrs.
fWAULES 1'. LINN 730
PHYSICIAN 6 SURGEON
Ollico In Pacific Uotol
OLAREMORE. IND. TEK.
All. COLLINS M. 1).
PHYSICIAN cfc SURGEON
Pralrlo Olty : : Ind. Tor.
(J ltd special attention to dlteaaca of Eye
Eer Note and Throat.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEOX.
I nm now located at Choi sea and
offer my professional services to citi-
zens o( Chelsea and vicinity. Calls
promptly attended In night or day.
TOUX 31. TAYLOR JR.
U. S. commissioner for tho Wcttcrn
District of Arkansas.
OLAREMORE IND. TEH.
ATTORN EY.AT-L AW
MUHKUUKK I. T.
Will practice Id UnltedHtatearourti.Texat.
Kuin Arkamaa anil Terrltury. Haa lied
lirteen y.ara experience a an active practi-
tioner or the lew. 7-W
iTTfln.VPV..! T. T. A lir
Special attention given to locating and collect
iugclalmi lit pcraereunee. honor and
Integrity 1 hopo to merit patronage.
Chouteau - Ind.Ter.
fnna 11. IlAiuiga. K. u. IlovuiNor.
A TTORNEYS-A T-LA W.
OQlca cornorof Green and OnrriBon Aro
FORT SMITH ARK.
Also Muskocou Ind. Tor.
Criminal butlneealn v. B Court a ipeclalty.
DUVAL ORAVEN8 TEMPLE
Bra T. D...1 W. B. Cmtu X. J. Tl Id k. tul.
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS
AT LAW. 7-81)
Collections Promptly Made.
J1USKOOKK. - . . ISD.TKIt.
Attonicy-At-JjT nml U. S. I'ommts-
fclouer for CWI1 HiislncM.
Commissioner of DpoiIr for Kansas
Missouri Arkansas mid Texas. '
Deeds and legal papers drawn nnd
acknowledged. Collections against
railroads for slock killed. Ofllco Ope-
ra llouso Block Vlnlta Ind. Ter. -23
aiacsrT. Airsotra aids.
SAW MILL MEN OFFER
3?IjSTE : LUMBER
nt following low nriccs:
UatoUed flooring 13 M a IO.OO per loot
ilalchwl Celling 13. M 0 13.00 " "
aiding Dreeeeil 11.30 KM " "
rinliMng 15 00 a 17.00 "
" leia than 1000 rt.tt.oo por 100
Stock of 200000 foot on hand.
Thcso Prices nro nt tho mill
twonty-flvo miloa Bouthoast of
Vlnitn and their tonne aro utrictly
One-fourth mile eait rTUco depot.
Fruit and Ornamental Trees
(Jrnpo Vines Humll Fruits Ac.
Itecegnlitngthe fact that none but llrtt-clata
atock will ilndamarket oar aim haa been to
rroduca the beet treoa poealble. Our rnndl
lone aa to aoll and location are the beat
l'rlcci on application Addreie.
45 D. M. MARR8 Vinlta.I.T.
Clarcmoro Ind. Tor.
Mark crop and
over half crap
In right t crop
Postollico Adair I. T.
Ilorae llrand clrrla
K on right hlpt rattle
brand L B on right
aldaicrup and nnUer-
oul'ryor creek. -ll
"LlttloipelUoflovor llttlo chills so
mibiiu .uukcs mo migiity graveyaru
? :"v.P"K'" 'jbiiu. a nine oi unnat'
Makpa thu handsoino womun and tli ioia byUw shcilM. B.JJalrd Wantho
jjfjwUiy lAiiu AfW.O I'attou&CJti.r buyer.
Davis Hill& Co. have a full supply of Parlor and Kitchen Furniture coffins and caskets.
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Tlio Delaware payment occuri next
Uhotopa Is sulierlng Just now from
the ravages of bui'glars.
O. W. Miller Is assisting at Q. W.
Green's sloro for tlio prsont.
Ed. Miller's baby had a spasm last
Saturday and it eras foarcd It was
J. W. Skinner brought up a load of
his Adair coal last Saturday .and very
lino It Is.
Davis Hill & Co. hnro a now bul-
nors building at Olnromoro nearly
Dr. Friizjo sold thrco of his Ango-
ra goats last week to tho llubor Mill
Ing Co. of iioueca
The old rollnblo Star Sloro folksof
Chotopn. placo a now colunu an-
nouncement in this week's paper.
Last Saturday's Chicago cattle
market was tho lowest over known.
Ono lot of cows sold at $1.00 por hund-
red. Visitors to tho fair will find tho
best places to buy goods by consulting
tho advertising columns of Tub Chief.
Prof. Adolphus Miller delivered a
lecture in tho Methodist church Sat-
urday night to a very dlmluuttvo dV
A halt will bo held in tho opera
hotiso this (Thursday) ovenine for
which tickots may bo had tit G. W.
Miller & Co. bought a now stock of
drugs Friday and Saturday and will
resume business immediately for tho
time being In the hardwaro storo.
K-fl.. rit.l.. ..-.I-- .. r .L.
r u A.1AIO uuuer urri'Bb lur tuu
murder of Davo Uivons at Tablor
spring escaped from Deputy fleck
Thomas at Muskogco last Thursday
Tho report contained in tho Tolo
phono that John A. Richards of Oa-
toosa was choked to death by a boy
who was living with him seems to bo
Supreme court held a week's soi-
slon beginning on the lirsl and ad
journed to the 10th. About nil of tho
old cases on tho old docket wero ar-
gued and submitted.
Alox U. Matbeson and Miss Maud
Eiflert wore married at Muskogco on
tho first. The ovent was an utter sur-
priso to all as neithorot tho parlies
bad informed anrono of their Inten-
tions. Thoy left immediately for
Judgo Shackleford has decided as
roportcd that what property belongs
to tho wife Is also tho husband's and
Habla to seizure and sslo fur tho lat-
tcr's debts. In other words tho old
scheme of placing proporty in tho
wife's narao to oscapo payment for
debts don't go.
11111 Smith who shot Marion Lamm
through the arm at Adair a year or
two ago was convicted at Fort Smith
last week of assault with intent to kill.
Ho was at liberty for a long timo but
returned voluntarily and gavo himsolf
up. An cflort is being mado to sccuro
for him a new tilnl or pardon.
Ten miles of tho mail routo from
Rcdfork to Sac and Fox agoncy has
boon discontinued and tho service will
bo put on the. railroad making Sapul-
pa the terminus and a now schedulo
ordered. Stage will Icavo Sapulpa at
0:!!0a. m. anlvlugotSac aud Fox at
6:30 p. m. dally which will bo a groat
conveuiencu to tho travoling public.
The caso of William Bruncr and
William Uorryhill charged with the
murder of Deputy Moody near Tulsa
last March was concluded in Fort
Smith lately tho Juiy finding Druner
guilty or manslaughter nnd acquitting
Uotryhill. Bruncr was sentenced to
ten years. Imprisonment wiilch pun-
ishment is considered extremely light.
Charles H. Foreman son of Rov.
3tophcn Foreman aged sixteen died
nt tho mala eoralnary on Sunday
morning September 20 and was bur-
led at Park Hill cemetery. Ho was a
hall brother of Dr. A. W. Foreman of
this city who was his guardian and
who modo two visits upon tho younc
man during his sickness being prosunt
when ho died. The attendauco at tho
funeral was very large indeed.
Tho Wulls-Fargo express company
has Issued a circular stating that as tho
United States laws raako no provision
in regard to tho flhlpmontof malt liq-
uors such as nlo buoror porter Into
the Indian Territory the liquors nam
ed will horeaftor bo received by that
company for shipment to all points in
tho Indian Territory.' If this ho truo.
It will bo an interesting nioca of hi.
If format Ion to a great many residents
of tho territory.
In tho Muskogco court last week
Judgment was awarded Kirby & 1'iatt
of Arkansas against. W. II. McClollan
for $7HX. Flvo or six years ago 1200
head of cattlo wero brought in by Mr.
McClollan and from this transaction
tho milt arose. Notes nnd a mortgage
wero produced by tbo pla'intliTs and
when Mr. McOlellun proposed torrovo
by oral testimony that thoy wore part-
ners with him tho ovldouco was
doomed not admissablo.
" Doptity I ebon who was shot two
wooks ago In tbo fight with Med Chls-
tio 1b improving gradually and will
uavo a very fair arm still. Tltc shoul
der Is soiiously injured but tho elbow
Joint will probably bo as useful as ov
er. Both OhriBtio and hU boy wero
shot but neither' seriously. It rosy
not bo necessary to say that both
Ohrlstloandhisboy aro still at large.
After Isbull was shot tho olllcers Im
mediately le't.learlng that tho woman
who escaped would bring ro-luforce-raonta
and bush-whack them.
11. Ruttor has a cult ponding m
tho U.S. court at Muskogee- against
Hherlir Sander for $800 for walnut
timber sold for uoit-paytnont of reve-
nue. A demurrer was filed by tho do-
fondant's attorney and argued last
weok setting forth that plalntllf had
nocausoof action against tho aheritiV
and tho matter was taken un-
der advlsomcnt until tho 17th.
Another point which may bo
raised Is whether Butt can bo
brought In tho U. 8. court upon a
Cherokee olllcor's bond. Tho logs
wero bought by Mr. Butter from tbo
admlulstratorol the Martin Thompson
estate. They wero takott to Choi-
Hon. Dick Wolf li In the city (ponding the
Ool. Deli li now a mldenl of town though
e.f Delaware dlilrlct.
Ott Hall offlt Loolf la ipendlng a few
week with hie parent! In thla city.
Kwlng Ilalioll la at Decatur Texat rlilt-
Ing hla retatlreaand going to ichdol.
JlUe Laura Chouteau rrhe haa been at'
tending the female aemlnary returned borne
Henry Klffert came up Saturday night to
view the bole In the town which th( fire made
and alto to attend the jlr.
Ttelng In rry poor health . O. Hall hai
determined to go to Ban Antonla Texai for
tho winter and will take bit family villi Mm.
Mra. S. A. Blmpion baa gone on a rlilt to
frlendi and relatlrea In Mlnourl and Illinois
tobeabient two months or ao "l'ap" baa a
face on him calling for a M cent ihare.
W. It. lladgett waadlipalchedtoBt. Lou-
la Friday evening to buy a new atock of dry
gooda for Skinner RatcllffALo. and many of
hla purchaiea haro already reached here.
Ulae Minnie Ureecwaycame up from the
orphan aayluin Sunday to look at the rutna
earned by the fire. She la Tery pleatantly
allotted and well aatltOcd-
F A. Netlton the Claremore merchant
patted through town early In the week on bla
way to the city to purchase a largo atock or
goodt forhlt newators nearlng completion.
-Mra. W.J. Hamilton or Wheeling Wett
Virginia titter of Z. I'umphrey terminated
a rlttt very abruptly the morning after the
Ore btrfelkabtlng burned out In the Ray-
mond. bSOULDKRIXU K1MKII.
.lotet and IntlJtnttefL.U Utek'a fire A Terr
It lookt aa though rcry mtla wat left un-
tald In onr latt itaue regarding the fire or
Thurtday morning which destroyed Ave one
and two atory buildings and the three story
(double) Ittvmond building In tbo heart or
thle city. Thrre aeems tobo no positive Infor-
mation as to the cause and atrange to aay
noons appean greatly concerned aa to the
cause. On the contrary and conforming to
ine old adage "Never cry over tplllod milk'
they are accepting the remit philosophically
and going about tho work of repairing the lots.
fy" That Mr. I'alton'a homo etcataJ even with
an anry separating u rrom ine uaymond
lookt remarkable and that It did ao li largely
due to the Iron ahuttera which protected tome
of thewlndowa. Molt or theory goods stock
waa carried out and alto the family boutebold
goods In the upper story. The window cape
and kills are sadly cracked and disfigured but
the wallaeemi to be.unlnjnred. Mr. Tatton
had no Iniuranco whatever.
The Skinner building which wat connected
with the Ore on tho wett and almost ao on the
outhla conttdirably damaged. The louth
wall (the end) haa aettleil away from the ace-
ond Boor aome three Inchei and there are sev-
eral cracka through which daylight can be
seen. Heroic work was performed In the ear-
ing of this building and two or three positions
were taken and held when they were alto-
gether too hot for comfort and wben It seemed
as though they must bo abandoned In another
moment This was at the south when the
billiard hall waa burning.
Tbo destruction of the Itaymond wat or
raurto the serious featuro'of the entire dltaa-
tcr. This building aside from utility was
an ornament to the town and Ita appearance
lent greatly to the Importance ol the placo In
the eyes of strangers. The lots to Mr and
Mra. Itaymond (tome ;I00o0 nnlnturtd) la a
aerlous one and doubly is became It come af-
ter they felt themselves growing old. In-
stead however ol silting down and mourn-
ing Mr. Kaymond wat the Oil man to begin
optratwna fur rebuilding.
Tho lire wat net twolhoure old until plant
lor rebulldiur; were under consideration by
several parties and there Is no doubt but that n
number or new atructnrea will aoon be erected
upon the alte or those which were consumed.
arAUu mow tiik rmr.
Brick atone and mortar beat wood bad.
Luclen made the bott retcus or the occasion.-
No end of rldlculout anecdote! are told on
different pertona who were at the Ore.
Many of the ladles or the city" worked like
TarLa" lu taring property carrying water
Kred Strout rnshod up town at the flrat
alarm with hla quart dinner bucket to carry
Aa a fire company the boys did not accom-
plish rouch-aa Individuals they did a power
or geod -
Jonathan Gore grew frantic and rushed
rrom ins sleeping room witn a pillow and an
Dr. riagby who "never geta excited"
rescued a 73 cent mirror while bis library
waa being consumed.
TiiaCiimrrAix acknowledges tits obliga-
tions toa number or gentlemen for oxertlons
In saving ita eDecte
-Skinner Ratclla A Co'irdry goods (those
which were saved) were put Into ail empty
box car wblcb waa ahored down ror the pur-
pots. It'a not alwaya"tha unexpected which bap-
peni." Vlnlta hat talked about and expected
a lire In the heart of the city ror yeara It hap-
.psned. The contonts or all tbe tarei.aud there were
Ave of then In the fire were very well pro-
terred an J llieru watjno Ion of books of ralue
K. N. Ratcllffwai cool enongh to know the
difference between awash pan and a apltteon
when the latter wat handed blm to throw wa-
Ed. Miller who was effectively working
with a email pump In a pall or water pumped
air ror hair an hour before dlicorerlng that the
water was out.
Tom Collins wai not to bo deprived or tho
enjoyment otimoklng and alopped work upou
top ol the Skinner building a do en times In
ten rnlnutea to light his cigar.
It was with greet difficulty that Mrs.
Ulythe's and othor email building on the north
tlJeof the ttreet wero saved alio the Llndeir
hotol oppotlte tbe billiard ball.
John Andcrton who did lomemlghty good
work In tho Itaymond bnlldlng and itaycd
there aa long at It wat tare didn't dltcover
that the building wat burned until after the
Ore wat under control.
Ooorge Colllna wat among tho Tory latt to
leave th. Raymond and when tho exploilon
occurred (which everybody recollecti) waa
up on tho third floor lie waa aererely
burned and with difficulty made his escape at
A lady who wai struggling with a center
table In tba upper attry ortbe I'alton building
the ruornlntfof the flro wai offered attlitance
by'a young man of thlt cltyithe rtmarked;that
It wat'too heavyjpr him and would attend to
-Iloob" Little while hastening to tba
Ore wataccoitedby en excited young lady
I who wanted her trunk moved from the I'rltoo
notei. air. J.uwe tola her he would go right
down and tend to that trunk Jmt at toon at
he put out the fire.
Agreatrnany of our cltliont deiervo gold
medals ror the effective work performed In
carrying out gooda and fighting tba flainea
and not a few deserve leathor onea for doing
neither. Among thinner clan were not a
few at hearty able-bodied men as the town
As yet no definite arrangements bavo been
reached regarding bidding except by Mr.
Raymond. Ha haa already begun erecting a
fifty foot square struoturo to bo occupied by
11. O. llarrllt It la understood aa a hotel.
Ha Intsnds to hava It ready ror occupancy In
Here Is an Item which waa put In type for
last week'a paperi .
Kow that the season for flres Is at hand the
firemen should to that their hook and laddsr
truaV la so situated that It can be gotten out
In a hurry and put lo effective uio.
Tbw advice was a llttlo toolatetoboof uit.
Kd Drown autiro waa caught Jutt after
tho fire last Thurtday with new bat ihoei
and lour pair of socks on which belonged to
Mr. ration's atock. He was taken to Mutko
get Saturday There wtia a considerable
quantity of goods atoteo no doubt for nnni-
vi'revi pvupio wero ecru carrying away uru-
olrs uf elplhluK U
Eire Fire Fire!
WE CAN'T BE DOWNED.
Burned but not Buried.
Wliilo tho ruins of our immenso stock of
dry goods aro still smoking wo have de-
Konew on a Grander Scale
Than beforo and thereby show tho pco-
plo pf Vinita and surrounding country that
wo thoroughly appreciate tho liberal pa-
tronage thoy havo bestowed on ua nnd
havo sufficient confidenco in Its continua-
tion to renew without deloy. Wo arc now
opening to tho public an entirely now stock
bought for cash at
Skinner Raiclilf & Go's Old Grocery Stand.
LOOKI LISTEN! This interests you!
Wo have about 85000 worth of damaged
goods saved from tho firo some slightly
damagod by fire Bomo by water soirto not
at all but thoy all go at less than
50 Cents on tlie Dollarl
Our loss is your gain. ' You aro entitled
to thesobargaihs. Corao at onco and sc-
curo them. '
Vinita Indian Territory.
Lorn Welcome a mulatto wns ar-
roated Friday night last two miles east
of Dolen'd Furry for making n criminal
n83ault upon tbo perron of Qcrllo For-
rcll a Clicrokco girl need thirteen tho
daughter of Mrs. Urown. Tho olloneo
was committed Tuesday noon preced-
ing. Information was sent to this
placo and Wm. Foreman directed Boss
Bluejacket to mako tho arrest which
ho did assisted by J. 11. Keck. Wel-
come Is n state negro who has lived in
that vicinity two years nnd has a wife
and family. He denies tho charge
mado Against hi in but tbo proof nnd
identification seem conclusive His
ollcnso is ono for which tho penalty is
S. Richards pastor of tho Congre-
gational church In Vlnlta held gos-
pol meetings of evenings during the
week past In tho Oarselowrcy school
house. Tho community enjoyod quite
a rovlval aud pfoliminarr steps wero
taken to organizo a Congregational
church. They moot at tho school
houso noxt Wcduvsday nt 730 p. m. to
completo their organization. Haptlsm
will bo administered Sunday October
Mth hi Mustang creek naar Dud-
ley Tuckers'. They expect to build a
church houso soon. This is a step in
tho right direction. A country church
with all the stated means ol graco Is
a great educator of tho pooplo in all
that goes to mako good society. To
haro thcso things in tho country the
pooplo must ttuito. "In union there
Tbo Pay ton dramatic company
opened at Ilnlsell's opera house lust
Monday night In "Josh Whltcomh"
and tho picco was presented in a very
creditable and ploasing manner. Tho
Boatlnj capacity of tho houso was
nearly all omployed nnd everybody
seemed highly entertained. "A Koulo
Outcast" was tho bill Tuesday and
Ilko 1 predecessor was carried
through in an entirely successful man-
ner. Mr. Payton tins a company of
vory good players nnd our pooplo nro
to bo congratulated upon tho nsour-
nnco of n wenlc's dramatic treat. The
band and orchestra aro composed of
excellent musicians ton in number
nnd their ondonvors add not a little to
tho evenings' entertainment. The
uniforms of tbo band aro both novel
and showy nnd tbe daily parado is
quito n feature
Tho Oklahoma Chief says that
Jaspor Orouse of that place an old
man 82 years old has recently been
treatod with thoollxir oflifo by a lo-
cal.physicinn. A portion or a rabbit
was used as the injector. After n
wock tho old man grow perceptibly
stronger. Ills youth seemed toroturn.
Then strange changes occurred. Ho
left olf moat and took to devouring
raw cabbage-leaves lottuco and clover
with avidity. Ho nibbled at tho leaves
Ilko a rabbit. Then tba old man's
stops grow springy and gradually tho
spring dorolopod into a Jump tlio
Jump of u rabbit. Ills body become
stronger but his reason has noarly
departed At present Crouso la noth-
ing but a two-legged rabbit with all
tho habits of thut animal portions -t
whose body was used na an elixir. If a
dog barks he makes long jumps until
ho reaches homo. He bns dng n large
hole In tho giound with hla hands.
Tho doctor and hla friends aio now
thoroughly alarmed. No tuoro elixir
is ueiiitfuixven Utoustf
SKINNER RATCLIFF & CO.
T11K ATOKA C0JI-E8E5CE.
Apcelatmtata for Cherokee DlitrUti-Gsllo-wsy
The apiolDtmeBts for Cherokee districts aa
made by the Indian mlsiloo. conrcreoee or tbe
M. K. choroh soath. at the session held last
wsek In Atoka were as follows:
rretldlng elder U. A.Clark. Tahleqnah
station J. O 8htnl.li Vlnlta elation I.. W.
itlmuFt Gibson clrcnlt Jr. 8. WllUtiasi
Grand lUf er clrcnlt. J s. Lemarj Catoosa clr-
cnlt snpplled by II. n Klrkrtrlck)Coody's
ninff clrcnlt J W. Cowarti Chelita clrcnlt
C W Ilurksi Tralrle City clrcnlt. A. M.
Uelcbirt Wyandotto clrcnlt anppllcd by (E
U. Lemlogi) flint circuit A. U. l'lekenei
I'awpaw clrcnlt tnpplled by (Bear Timpioni)
Oats clrcnlt. tnrplled by (X Blttlngi) Spring
creek clrcnlt snpplled by (Thompson Mosk-
rati) superintendent orphan asylum J. T.
It Is gratirylng to learn that tho conference
ortbe sonthtrnMetbodltt ehnrch which st-
umbled at Atoka latt week returned to na
rretldlng Elder Clark andlt er. L. W. KIt-
eri at paitor at thlt place. Iter. Knrtrell re-
cently from north Ulttlitlppl haa atiedated
himself with tbe work In this territory. He
waa made pastor at Muskogee co-editor or
Onr Ilrotherln;rtrd and agent for Galloway
college Mr Fnrtroll It recommended as pos-
sessing the characteristics ol a thorough bail-
nen man and bla aeleellon at manager of Gal-
loway college'aatraln It la kellered augurs
well lor the success of that institution
lllthop Hendrlx has also been enlisted In tbe
weUsre or tbe college and will lend hla ener-
glet In the work or. Ita completion. At the
conference at Atoka oyer S1000 waa railed ror
this work and ror all purpoaea orer tlcoo.
The fallowing la a Hit or thoie pupllt or tho
Cherokee orphan atrium who made
mere than 00 ont a ponlbls 100 In both scholar-
ship and deportment during tbe month ending
September n 18.NO:
Kate Waters deportment 109 acholarthlp
aiKl Raehel Lynch deportment M acholar-
thlp 00 Mule Hammer deportment 10d
aoholarihlp 00 1 Robert Buihyhead deport-
ment loo tcholariblp M Wsller Ralncrew
deportment 100 acholarthlp oo.
Wm. W. lUtTinct. Principal.
Sons ilckneaa In thete parte.
Agoodahower would sot bo amln Jmt
J T. llogera ablpped a double deck car of
heg to Waco Tex. on the 4th. Wm.
Crotler eblpped a car load or csttle'to Kansas
City the Sth.
Ur. Thomas Kdwards who haa been pros-
pectlog ror tome time returned to Clinton
Uo. on tho 1st and will return ahortly with
his family and take up bla abode among ua.
Our achool opened on Monday tbe Mth or
September with Miss to Slla Thompson aa
teacher who fill condnct tho echoel until
Mrs. Wythe eau come and take charge. There
were ten scholara In attendance.
Itobert DeLusler and I'd. Adalr went to
Ft Smith on the 1th to secure ball for John
Del-oxlerendJ. It Moore who now lie In
Jail nnder tho charge or perjury on the dmlth-
Lamm cas. It la very hard ror tbe rrlendt or
the two young men to believe that they aro
gullly.of to grave a crime and all that can ba
dene for them.
Oct. 4. 1SS0. W. II. O.
TWITA lmUU ST011B 1IULLET1M.
Our storo with all Its contents except the
books wss humid October .
Already wo bars bought a new alock of
geods and shall open next week In tbo Hard-
ware store for the time being.
tj-All parties Indebted to ui will vltue
come lu ard teltle at once.
D3no.tle Bios. COa.oia.tea.XL X.
Havo an entirely Now and Fresh Stock of
Fall and Winter Goods
and respectfully solicit an inspection of goods and prices.
What wo Havo in the Furniture Line.'
Bedsteads Spring Mattresses Spring Cots Dining and Stand
Tables- Qucenswaro Safes Cotton and Husk Mattresses.
8TAPIE AND FAKCY GHOCEHIES.
Our stock is at all times tho very
best and comprises everything im-
aginable from Northorn In. a pound
Uncon to tho tnoBt extravagant del-
icacies. Wo are Headquarters on
and can fit you up in any kind of
a Suit from tho cheapest to tho
1 Without moro spaco wo cannot
mention all tho other lines that wo
carry but suffice to say that wo
can como as near supplying your
every want as any firm in tho
country and when you como wo
will satisfy you of tho fact.
Kffi UYE STOCK MABKET OF ST.LOOB
TOE ST. LOUIS NATIONAL
kVoatA at Bast iff. Lottie IlL
Directly opposite tho city of GL Loula. Duy
tor all deacrlpUca or Lira Stock alwnyelnftt-
tonJaoo toA wlthlar tho grounls of the Stock
Tarda jroaDecf Canning Company wit)
capacity for alaughtoiing I.0Q9 head of cattle
dally and Pork Packing Establishments wlSl
s capacity for ataugbtorlng 12500 hogs dally.
ISAAC U. KhOX Presides
CUAS. T. J0SE3. CudU
I Chieftain Officq for Job Printing.
O O - O
VINITA IND. TER.
Our Classical Courso
YALE- AND -HAVARD.
FOR BOTH SEXES FREE.
Send lor Courso of
Study &c to
Mr. John McCarthy
VINITA I. T.
o o o -o -o o
METGALF MOORE & CO
Wm. Moouk 1 .. .
N. T. Jackuax Kansas Cy-
st Tnnlfi J- MktoALF
Kan. City Stock YardsTtansas City Mo.
St. Louis National Stock Yards III.
EJ-Utteri and Telegrams adilresttd to at at
either jard will reeefit prompt atttaUen.
Hon. Q. W. Olahk Vlnlta.
Wm. Little Es. Vinita
W. 0. Tattox Esq. Vinita.
OfcBMV. Roagns Esq. Oowals.
Jons O Hooak Esq. Adalr. t
Sam II. Mavm.Ivsq. Pryor Creek.
OtKM Hayocm Ehu. Uhoutoait BQ
J.Q.Cith. Il.ll. Sttwerl. K.n.OTentreet.
Ve. 15 EXCHANGE SUILDIMO
Mti.tal SttKk Ytrtlt lilies.
WoodL &c Cools: Stoves
of oxroary c3.csoi-i3ptlor..
We have an Abundant Supply and at prices which cannot be
THE FIRE DIBN'T EFFECT US.
Although our Grocery Houso was entirely Bwept away we are
again on our feet and running in full blast. Tho Dry Goods Stock;
was moved just before tho fire to tho house formerly occupied byf
onr furniture. A new lino of Groceries have been opened across th
street. Como and seo us. The Slock Comprises
iA.ixd Jbivery Line is Complete.
Call upon us for any goods you may need in largo or small
Quantities. Special attention to Carload Goods.
rayAgcntB for J. & P. Coats' Throad. ;
Davis Hill & Co. Vinita I. T.
W. W. Miller
Coal Wood Burner$vi
Cooking and Heating
of every charactor and description. See our now stylo of Grates
Tho handsomest over imported.
Our "Yinita Drug Store'
"Wori.-b up ixx ScaoJao oxa Oo-totor 3P
but n now stock of
IDriags aan.dL nEedLicixxea
a completo stock was ordered
JtQr-IN THE HARDWARE STORE.
CLA.R3BIM:ORE I. T.
"Wo have just opened ouv Ft.it B4lit oi
-A.nd wo defy Competition "bofcXx iW Ihtiomit
and Qualify of Good.
arCall and sco onr Goods lara our prlc latt! wtU b
Mil you yon wiuvr' CWTHMttV
r '.i "..j. jwiiu'ij
faBsHiiBV tB' I MUl teHaaiaWBHaiisBBaHh
I Ml wifMHHUB
Dridloa EOiolcara Wsiss aVpuam'
and all kinds of ranch supplies con
atantly on hand.
la this lino wo havo
Lumber Lime Cement
Raw and Ready mixed
Paints Oils Varnishes.
Chouteau I. T.
& Go's. Vinita.
immediately and will bs found
Please call and dm u
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Adair, John L. The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 5, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 10, 1889, newspaper, October 10, 1889; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71093/m1/3/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.