The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 17, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 29, 1892 Page: 2 of 4
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91.SO Jrr Taar In Advason.
Th CmtrtAiK I'oBLumxo UoxrAxr.
X. K. MILIOKB Manager.
VijutXTInd'Tkh. Dec. 29 1892.
Haity Now Year.
TunN that now lenl.
Tub present isauo of 11)1? papor
(liko every othor issuo) bIiouIiI bo
preserved; tho now laws which nro
printed heroin make it doubly val-
uable. The chief hna appointed Judge
R. M. Wnlkcr to tho attorney-
gcnoralshlp mndo vacant by Mr.
llasting's clovation to tho position
It is needless to say tho largo
number of January 1st subscrip-
ttons collected this fall cxpiro this
week. Wo trust that ronowals
will result in a majority of instan-
ces. A letter from tho exocutivo
oflico gives tho welcomo informa-
tion that instructions or an inter-
pretation of tho new permit law
will issuo from tho oflico of tho
treasurer in a short time.
Now that dolegato Hastings has
gone to Washington tho country
can onco moro brcatho easy. It
goes without saying that Mr. Hast-
ings will tolerate no legislation
that would affect this nation ad-
versely. Council has adjourned and a
general sigh of relief goes up from
tho people Like a ship that has
weathered a storm tho Cherokee
nation should rejoico that sho is
still intact. And now tho retiring
members may go to work and try
to bo re-elected.
A resolution passed tho house
of representatives last week re-
enacting tho Choctaw and Chick-
asaw claim bill and tho monoy
between two and thrco million dol-
lars will be paid out. Mr. R. L.
Owen of this nation has a largo
money interest in this claim.
The "treasury watch dog" Con
gressman Holman of Indiana op
poses tho Strip trado because i
.ontircijjui uiiiitun dollars out o
tho government's casn box. As a
compromise it is proposed to mod-
ify the agreement by making the
money payablo to tho Cherokees
as tho land is paid for by the sot-
tiers. It i'b hardly necessary to
say that this kind of an arrange
ment will lack "a heap" of being
satisfactory to tho present owners
of tho property and it is hardly
likely that they will agree to any
It is just possiblo that somo of
tho powers in Washington aro on
the wrong "track." A dispatch
from Washington says: "The
Cherokees want Hit intruders re-
moved by tho govcrnment.and caro
littlo about remuneration to the
intrudors for their improve-
ments." For the information of
tho public it may bo truthfully
stated that there is as much antag-
onism to the ptment of tho intru-
ders lor their improvements as
there would bo to a proposition to
allow them to remain here per-
manently. They aro squatters
who havo come here against our
protest. Those not Cherokees
and entitled to full citizenship are
not entitled to ono cent.
Counoll Adjourns and Too Sun
XauTrquaii I. T. I
TuiiDAY Dee. 57 1KB
Since our last writing council
has actually adjourned. This im-
portant event occurred 'on Friday
at noon. Tho week was spent
largely in work on tho school and
gonoral appropriation bills hence
little aside from this of importance
occurred. In tho senate tho claim
of W. A. Phillips for $3G3550
which includes tho interest on
2600 since 1885 was allowed.
The Iioubo however took a differ-
ent view and Mr. Phillips will
have to wait a whilo longer. All
tho records bearing on the case
were exhaustively examined in
both houses. It will interest your
roadeis to learn that Mr. Baugh
championed this claim in the sen-
ate and that Mr Keys his col-
league( opposed it; the latter was
ably assisted by Senator Ellis
Buftjngton. In the houso Judge
Clark made a persistent fight
Hgainst tho claim
Aftrjr the vacation of the attor
a aey-generalsbip (Mr. llasting's
place) by a council enactment the
chief promptly commissioned
Judfto II. W. Walker. To thin
the council demurred and passed a
WHtolHlion asking by what author-
ity the executive filled a vacanoy
while council was in session. The
molulion was not called up In the
M G. Bullerf Ckouteau was
appoiuWd awl nririieil u town
OMamfaMfeuw His eowmission
of 80 jmw sent will probably reach
U0 tSQOO annually
Tlw bill paying for tb extra
Mfion pAMed both bousM was
vetoed and passed over tho veto
all in about two hours' Umo. In
tho scnato ono man (McLaln of
Canadian) voted to sustain tho
veto. Tho voto in tho Iioubo was
22 to 5.
During tho entiro session tho
loworhouso has shown an econom-
ical disposition and has dono somu
good work as fur as tho inembors
know how but thoro is whoro
"tho rub" camo. Tho sonalo
spent about a week "log-rolling"
on tho delegation and then did
not roll out any-thing but a couplo
WORK OF TH0 LATH COUNCIL.
Full Toxt of tho Laws of General
THE NEW COW LAW.
AN ACT providing for a rovenue
to bo deprived Irom a tax on
Foroign cattlo brought into tho
Sec. 1. Ho it enacted by tho
National council. That thero
shall bo levied and collected a tax
of ono dollar for each head ol
cuttle driven or othorwiso brought
into tno Chorokeo nation cast of
tho 00th Meridian on or after tho
first day of December 1892. Prov-
ided that no person except citi-
zens of tho Cherokeo nation shall
bo allowed to hold own or intro-
duce cattlo within tho territorial
limits of the samo. Provided
that tho provisions of this Act
shall not bo so construed as to in-
terfere with the transporting of
eattlo over tho several railroads
running through the Cherokeo
nation from and to points outsido
of tho Cherokeo nation.
Skc. 2. Bo it further enacted
That all persons citizens of this
nation introducing importing or
purchasing from non-citizens who
have introduced or driven into
this nation cattle in any number
described in tno preceding sec-
tions shall within iivo days after
such introduction importing pur-
chasing or driving into the Chero-
kee nation shall filo with tho
clerk of tho district into which ho
or sho proposes to introduce such
cattle a statement sworn to beforo
said clerk which statement shall
give the number r.gc sex and
brands of tho cattlo to bo intro-
duced and that no person other
than a citizen of this nation is
owner or part owner ot the same
and tho clerk shall record the
samo in a book specially prepared
for tho purpose after such sworn
statement and re ord shall havo
been made tho citizen making the
sworn statement shall pay to tho
clerk of tho district wherein tho
the sum of ono dollar per head for
tno Denent ol the Uherokco nation
and the clerk's receipt shall be the
only authority lor holding having
or grazing camo oilier man uomes-
tic cattle in this nation.
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted.
That forty per cent of all revenue
arising under tho operation of this
Act shall be placed to tho credit of
tho school fund and tho remainder)
placed to the credit of tho general
Sec. '1. Bo it further enacted.
That no cattlo shall bo introduced
or imported into this nation beforo
tho first day of December or later
than tho first day of March.
Sec. 5. Be it furthor enacted
1 hat citizens owning cattle intro
duced or imported according to
tho provisions of this Act snail
bo required to pay an annual tax
of twenty-five cents per head to
tho clerk of tho district in which
me came aro neiu and the same
shall be turned into the treasury
for tho benefit of tho funds as afore-
said. Provided that this section
shall not be so construed as to
mean that the annual tax herein
provided for shall be paid when
cattle arc introduced but shall be
duo the fir day of December of
Sec. G. Be it further enacted.
That from and after ninety days
afierthe passago and publication
of this Act that any citizen violat-
ing any of tho provisions of this
Act shall be guilty of a misde-
meanor and upon conviction in
tho circuit court shall Ik fined not
less than fivo hundred dollars nor
more than fivo thousand dollars
and upon dofault of payment shall
be imprisoned in our national jail
not lets than ono year nor more
than five years at the discretion of
the court. Provided that in case
tho fine is paid twenty-fivo per
cent shall goto the solicitor and tho
remaindor paid into the treasury
for tho benefit of tho aforesaid
Sec. 7. Bo it further enacted
that all laws arftl parts of laws
conflicting with this Act are here-
Passed the councjl Nov. 29th
concurred in by tho senate Deo.
8th approved Doc. 13th 1892.
A IJ00JI FOR THE TOWN8.
AN ACT regulating the sale and
holding of town lots in the Cher-
Sec. 1. Bo it enacted by tho
national council That by and with
the advice and consent of tho sen-
ate tho principal chief shall ap-
point ono town commissioner who
shall bo authorized to sell to citi-
zens of tho Cherokee nation and to
the highest bidder town lots in
tho towns already survoyed after
thirty days' notice in the Cherokeo
Advocate and to settle the unfin-
ished business ot the late town
Sec. 2. Tho town commissioner
shall not have authority to lay off
or rarvey any new town or towns.
Sec. 3. Tho town comn)isnionor
shall reccivo as his salary (20 per
cent.) twenty per centum out of all
proceeds collected by hlra for town
Iota sold by him or for those al-
ready sold uud not finally puid for.
Sec. 4. Bo it further enatod
That in caso any purchasor falls to
pay tho installments a tliey fall
due the lot or lots with the Im-
provements thereon shall revert
and Income national property and
the purchaser shall forfeit the pur-
chase money. All reverted lots
with improvement eh all be resold
Sec. 5. Bo it further enacted.
That within six month after final
payment is mado by any pur-
chaser ho shall bo required to put
fifty dollars' worth of improve-
ments on till lots so bought and
paid for otherwise sucli lots shall
revert to tho Cherokeo nation and
shall bo resold by tho town 'com-
missioner as provided in this act.
Seo. 0. Bo it furthor enacted
That all porsons who havo hero-
toforo bought a town lot or lots
and paid for tho same shall bo
required to put fifty dollars' worth
of improvements on all vacant lots
held by thorn and in caso of failure
to do so such town lots shall re-
vert to tho Cherokeo nation to bo
resold as in this act provided.
Seo. 7. All acts or parts of acts
conflicting with this act aro hereby
Passed tho sonato Deo. 7; con-
curred in by council with tho fol-
lowing amendment: that no town
lots shall bo sold for less than ten
dollars par lot. Amendment con-
curred in Deo. 8th: approved Deo.
THE SALAHV UEDUCTIO.V DILL.
AN ACT fixing the compensation
of officers and for other purposes.
Bo it enacted by tho national
council That 'section 39 chapter
12 of tho Compiled laws bo and
tho samo is hereby amended as
Thetltrjr of the principal chlerhll
be m nnnm lVooo
Auleunl l'rlnclpal Cblef km oil
National Treaiurer l.ooo 00
Supreme Jndgea each Ml no
Northern (nil Jllddle Circuit Judges.. Sua 00
Monthern Circuit Jadgr wood
IHttrlctJadge. etch 400 00
District solicitors. ccli Wu 00
District Sheriff's. cli oiiuoo
District Ulertt rtcb w 00
Superintendent of Schools 500 W
Stewards Maleand female Semlnarle
Steward Colored High School ... 3U0 00
Steward Iniane Aaylnra J pa
Kiecntlre Councilors each rer day.
while In actual service.... ... ...... J J
Members ol national council per day. 3 50
AttnrneY uenerai ew w
Clerks ana interpreters oi ocui.
Council each ao
This act to take effect as lo tho
aforementioned oilicers from and
after tho oxpiration of their prts-
cnt terms ot oilicc.
Bo it furtner enacted that the
compensation of tho following
persons shall bo as follows:
One Kaecntlve Secretary at the rate
perannumof l 00000
One Assistant Executive Secretary at
tho rate per annum of 80000
One Assistant Executive Secretary at
at the rate ier annum of oo 00
One Secretary In Ireasurer'a office at
rate per annum of
One Interpreter Executive Dept ....
Be it further enacted That tho
principal chief may appoint one
additional assistant secretary dur-
tho session of tho national
council who shall bo dismissed
nt tho adjournment of said council
by tho principal chief and that
uiiu ucciaiaiiv ouall itjtiuivtj 53.0U
per day for such service.
Bo it furthor enacted That tho
act amending section 37 chapter
12 article7 approved Dec. 1 1892
or any other acts in conflict with
this act are hereby repealed.
Passed tho council Nov. 22nd
concurred in by the senate with
tho following amendments Nov.
Be it further enacted That tho
office ot town commissioner ind
revenue collector bo and tho same
aro hereby abolished and the col-
lection of all revenuo heretofore
collected bv revenuo collectors
shall bo placed in the hands of
district sheriffs who shall receive
the per centum heretofore received
bv tho revenue collectors.
Be it furthor enacted That tho
salarv of tho medical superinten
dent shall be reduced to 81400 per
annum. Tho oilico ol denutv tllch
sheriff is hereby abolished and tho
high sheriff shall receive 8500 per
Concurred in by council Nov.
29th; approved Dec. 1 1892.
THE NEW JUIIV LAW.
AN ACT repealing tho act of the
National council approved April
21 188G entitled "an act amen-
datorv of chapter threo Articlo
five of the Compiled Laws of tho
Cherokee nation relating to ju
ries" and amending section fifty-
four article live and section
sixtv-one. articlo six of the said
chapter three compiled laws of
me uneroxee nuuun.
Be it enacted by tho national
council that tho act of the national
council approved April 21st 1880
and entitled "an act. amendatory
of chapter three article five sec-
tion fifty-one of the complied laws
of tho Cherokeo natiun. relating to
juries" bo and the same is hereby
Bo it further enactod that sec-
tion fift) -four of chapter three of
the complied laws bo amended so
as to read after tho word "clerk"
in tho seventeenth line of said
section but in all other criminal
cases the clerk shall summon
eighteen after tho samo have in
like manner been drawn by tho
sheriff who shall be empanueled
as above the prosecution objecting
to three and tho accused or court
solecling the twelve out of tho re-
maining fifteen to try tho caso.
No verdict shall be rendered in
any criminal case without the
unanimous consent of the whole
jury: provided mat at all special
terms ot the district anu circuit
courts foi' the trial of criminal
cases when thero shall bo more
than ono caso to be tried there
shall bo thirty names drawn and
summoned according to chapter
thrco articlo five section fifty-
one ol the compiled awB who
shall serve as jurymen for thut
term oi court.
Bo it furthor enacted that at
least fourteen (14) days beforo tho
commencement of tho regular
term of the circuit and district
courts in each year the judges of
both courts shall each furnish to
the sheriff of caoh district a list of
thirteen names of persons intel-
ligent and who shall havo attained
the age of twenty ono years and
aro otherwise qualified as jury-
men citizens of tho district who
shall bo summoned to act as grand
jurors for Jlhst district during tho
year on'i io Bit uuring me regular
tonqs of the court respectively
unless sooner dischargee) by the
court Bjid the solicitors of tho
several district shall not lie au-
thoritftl to convene a grand jury
between tho regular terms of tho
court except in cases Of capital
offenses or cases of felony and
only when thoro is npprohension
that tho accused will cscapo be-
yond tho jurisdiction of tho Chero-
keo nation in such cases of felony.
No person nummqned to sorvo as
grand juror shall bo exempt from
service except on account of per-
sonal sickness sovero or danger-
ous sickness in his immediatq
family or recent death and beforo
tho burial of any mombor thereof.
In caso of tho nbsenco of any per-
son summoned as grand juror
his placo shall bo filled by somo
competent person who shall if
necessary bo summonod by spec-
Bo it further enacted that sec-
tion sixty-six of said articlo six
is hereby amonded so as to read
"No indictment shall bo iound by
tho grand jury unless voted for by
a majority of their number." And
provided further that all jurors
shall rccoivo two dollars per day's
service as juror. Approved Nov.
THE NKW 1'KKMIT LAW.
AN ACT authorizing tho treasurer
to furnish clerks of tho several
districts with blanks for issuing
permits and for othor purposes.
Be it enacted by the national
council that tho treasurer bo and
ho is hereby instructed to causo to
bo printed in tho oflico of the
Cherokeo Advocato threo forms of
blanks for issuunco of permits to
employ foreign labor: Ono of tho
denomination of filty cents ono
of ono dollar and fifty cents and
otio of threo dollars; with blank
form of stub for giving name of
citizen employing labor timo ol
employment amount recoived and
whether in cash warrants or cer-
tificates and namo of person cm-
nlovcd. And ho shall on or bo-
fore tho first day of January 1893
and thereafter as it may become
necessary supply each of tho
clerks ol the several districts with
theso blanks in each of tho
denominations and charge each of
the clerks with amounts so fur
nished and each of tho clerks are
required to issue permits upon
these blanks and no others nor
shall any other bo pleaded in bar
of any prosecution for tho hiring
of foreign labor in any of the courts
of this nation. 1 ho clerks ot tho
several districts aro required to
enter tho details named abovo in
tho stubs and if by chanco any
of tho blanks aro marred or ren
dcred unfit for use as a permit it
shall not bo torn from the stub but
shall bo returned by tho clerk with
tho stubs quarterly to tho treas
urer with tho amount in kind re
ceived by him and the treasurer
Shall gte"luiii-crolU fur tho ontno.
No oath shall bo required of any
lorcign juunrer mr wnoui permits
are obtained alter the first day
of January 1893. Nor shall any
deputy clerk bo allowed to issue
Be it further enacted That tho
treasurer bo and ho is hereby au-
thorized to make such rules and
regulations as ho may deem nec-
essary to carry into effect tho pro-
visions of this a:t and every clork
or other officers of this nation who
shall havo tho execution of this
act in his duties who shall fail
to comply witli tho provisions of
this act and tho rules and regula
tions made iy the treasurer as
herein provided for shall bo sum
marily dismissed from his oflico
by the principal chief: provided
that such officer shall bo furnished
with authenticated copies of tills
act and such rules and regulations
as tho treasurer may make as
herein provided; provided further
that no permit shall be issued
for a longer period than tho 3l3t
day of December of the year in
which such permit is issued.
Be it further enacted That all
permits issued muit stato the par
ticularkintl of labor to bo perform
ed whether agticulturul or me
chanical and no permit shall bo
issued authorizing a citizen to hire
a non-citizen to run herd or man
age cattle and any person a citizen
ol this nation violating any of tho
provisions of tins act shall bo
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and upon conviction bo lined in
sum not loss than one hundred
dollars nor more than threo hun
dred dollars and imnriconed in tho
national prison not less than threo
nor more than twelvo months.
Amended as follows: Bo it
further enacted That tho clerks of
the several districts shall not issue
permits to any person oxcopt
heaiiB ol lamiiios; that no person
shall bo authorized to employ non
citizen laborers or farmers on mure
than two places or improvements
and any person vinlatingethis pro-
vision shall bo punished by im-
prisonment in tho national jail for
any term not loss than ono year
and not exceeding fivo years at the
discretion of the court trying the
J'assed tho sonalo Nov. 21 1892;
T. M. Bum.voTON
President of Senate.
J. h. Thompson
Clerk of Senate.
Concurred in by council Nov. 22.
1892. G. W. CtAUk
Speaker of Council.
V. G. Fiki.ps
Clerk of Council.
Approved Nov. 25th 1892.
C. J. JIaiiuis
I It. T. Hanks assistant execu-
tive secretary do hereby certify
that tho abovo is a truo and correct
copy of tho oiiginal as it appears
on record in the oxccutlvo depart-
ment of tho Cherokeo nation.
This Nov. 20 1892.
It. T. Hanks
Assistant. Exec. Secretary.
Tho condition of affairs in the
Indian Territory is very bad no
doubi but the proposition to make
a State out of such a Territory is
infinitely worse. Gloho-Deino-
1 - - 1 .
Tbe eom(nt ilrop orw.ler
V'tr iwif tin lurJoit itou
Tiis con.unt lllll Intrreit
SirrlL Iht wfnl motlgtga lain.
Tit coHitant wooing lover
CiJr!eoft!) blqililpff maid.
And tit coaitkutA'lvrljter
1 li on wbo.'Ht tb tr4
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. . Our Stock of Groceries
Embraces many articles.kept no-
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at . .
Dry Goods Groceries Boots
In fact everything usually
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Prices in keeping with the times.
:: Call and see Thos W. Smith Manager.
Postoffice Building Fairland I. T.
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DR. PRIDE'S B AKINCJ POWDER.
Supplying tho Array Navy and
Tho purchasing agents of tho
United St.it os Government havo
ordered nearly one hundred thous-
and pounds of Dr. Prict's Baking
Powder in the first fivo mouths ol
this year 1803.
Tho government exercises great
care in selecting its supplies of all
kinds rejecting overytuing that is
not ol tho best and tho very fact
that it has adopted Dr. Prico's
lial.Ing Powder Is proof that it has
found it the licet of all the baking
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long boa voyages nor climatic
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nollilugueiv rflieil we Hale that ltavitocafag
inn iHrnmnriit nio.t ht'ulltijr and ilrant bu.l
nvM that niurfi. a irotlt fur every dav'f work.
Hucli l Hie builiit-M we offer the working clatr.
We imctvtktM how to make money rapidly and
fiiurunii-e every ocu who follow our Inilruclpin
alllilMll the making pi 3(yi oil n niuiilli.
'.ry one wild lake hold uow and wurke will
miely uiu ptfdly inen-aw their earning! there
cuu Vv no (lurelivn about It I other uow at work
are doing ll.aml ou reader can do the rame
TliW I llie lint luyiof bmliin. lha( yon have
ever had the clianeo to .icurr. im will make a
(rave ntlilake If you (alt lo vlv it n trial at once.
If VoUKra.p the illuollon and aer iolkly you
win uirecuy nuu juiinru in a inu.i prvajicruue
bu.lueM at which toman erelyinak and tare
large mini of inoury. I lie rr.ulu of only a frw
liiuV work will often equal a week' wagte.
Vnetber on are old or vouiiK man or woman It
make no difference do aa we tell you and iuc
cen will meet )ou at the very atari. Neither
e-ilca;e or capital ntcc.inir j h k.o work
fur u M lewirittd lhv iiotHrit tixbiyfui
Ml tfurtlciilarr (net K. tt A LLKM W.
M. vUf . Wr-
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Boots 5 Shoes
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Oilers a well selected stock of
bhoes and Ulotnmg
Is what tho purchasers
of Insurance should de-
Agent For Tho
JJfe Insurance Co
OF HARTFORD CONN.
Policies the most liberal of
any company in ex-
istence. ASSETS $10000000.
Mr. Ilnncoo.k has lived among us
two years and has promptly
paid all death claims.
g T. IIEUMA3 Chctopn Kan.
Parlor and Bedroom Furniture
TheUrget itocklo tontbern Kiwi
WOOD & METALIG COFFINS.
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Addrea TIIK UKI'UDLIC St Lout Mo.
THE DICTIONARY HOLDER
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Also the Immense
Stock of . . .
-83 k OF
the Best Markets of the country
Must Absolutely be
sacrifice in the next
Grandest opportunity for bargains
the Cherokee people ever saw.
Wo have lately roceived or have in transit!
Two car loads of Royal Patent Flour.
One car load High Patent Flour.
Xwo car loads Barbed Wire and Wire Nails.
'One car load Salt.
One car load Crockery.
One car load Wagons and Agricultural Implements
Three car loads Lumber.
One car load Shingles.
Everything goes at a reduced price.
OOME AND SEE US I
And bring your Fat Hogs Wheat Corn
Oats Furs etc to the best market .
in the Country.
John G. Mogan.
Dealer in Everything. Pryor Creek 1. 1
M. L. & W.
O-enmci. HDlx" Stoxe
CARRY THE FINEST LINE OP
Drugs Paints Oils WaSI Paper Etc.
In Southwest Missouri. Homl them au onlor Tor anything In tho
abovo line Anil It will reccivo prompt attention. Prescriptions
carefully filled with purcBt drugs. 0l3Wcst Side Uhcrokco Avcnuo.
Beautiful " is never
complete without a
beautiful lamp. But
"The Rochester "is
not only beautiful
it is a aood lamp
a lamp with the light of the morning. There
are 2000 artistic varieties of this beautiful lamp.
ImUt upon acelng tbe (tamp of t he-genuine " The Rocheater; ' and aak for the written
guarantee. If the lamp-dealer ha not the Bonulno Kochetter ami the title jou want aend to
u for Illustrated price Hit and we will ecud you (boied) any lamp aafcly ujr expreaa.
ItOCIIBSTKR 1.A.TII' CO. 43 I'nrk l'lace New York
wish 5t(3Wk Go
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS
KANSAS CITY STOCK YAHDS
Vinita Indian Territory.
A cotnploto stock of Builders' Mnterinl
Ccmont Limn Lath Doore Windows
Mouldings Mixod Paints Wall Paper Etc.
Yellow Pine Finishing Lumber "D Cypress Shingles a Specialty
PRIOES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
Term.: CASH. W L TROTT.
SCAUNG'&TAMBLYN USE. tees
Kunana City toik YsrUu
Ktoiat City M
National HtUfi Yard
ynloa 89Ck Yarili
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HE Moss-Back blanket brigade
are again in the saddle and
the best and most valuable
the country must go.
E3 Ind. Ter.
Of the Most Seasona-
ble goods bought in
sold at a greM
Perfect in Construction.
Artistio in Design.
Matchless in its Light.
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Marrs, D. M. The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 17, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 29, 1892, newspaper, December 29, 1892; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71261/m1/2/: accessed November 18, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.