The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 11, No. 17, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 29, 1892 Page: 4 of 4
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In Ike January Wide Awafte
MaffMct Sidney's paper on "Wlilttler
mlh tha Children" riaturally lead all
others In timelines nnd Intercut. H Is
sympathetic personal and tloltglitfdl
and shows tho (rood Qaaltcr poet ss the)
chlld-loror and with that chl!d-natura
his poems iiriv led tit tobscrlbstohlra.
The article is profnsety illustrated.
Another leader la Frederick A. Ober'a
"Tho Brldgo that Spanned the World."
H deals with the localities mad
famous by Columbus in Spain. Kirk
Mtmroe tho founder of the League of
American Whcolraen contributes a
pithy article "About Bicycles" to the
Wide Atvnko Athletics and makes some
Q alinrp criticisms on the present method
of "Jackknlflnjr" In the saddle. The
abort stories In this number are es-
pecially bright. Annie llowclls
Frechette's "lllll" Is the study of a
email boy that shown ihe ilowells'
realism In n netr vclnj Mary Kyle Pal
lot' "Tho Llttlo Turk" Is n tala of
pluck nnd endeavor; Mary I. W. Smith
In "Bcblnd tho Wnrdrobo" delights ell
those who lore or halo arithmetic
Tho serial stories by V. 0. Stoddard
o Molly Elliot Ceawoll nnd Theodora B.
.Tcnness nro Increasingly absorbing.
Kate l'fitnam Osgood's "Uallad of the
llonny Page" Is full of strength and
Are; M. E. It's tlog poem "A Morning
Call.'J Mrs. M. F. llutfs "So the Snow
Comes Down" and Itlchnrd Ilurton's
"Landlord and Tenant" are charming.
The Men and Things department Is
full of bright paragraphs. The illus-
trations are beautiful. Meynelle's ex
qnlsltc frontispiece of Whlttler with
tho children has almost the softness
nnd strength of nn oil painting and is
well worth framing.
Trice SO cents a numbers JHOayenr.
On sale at nous stands or sent post-
paid on receipt of price by D. Lotbrop
Company Publishers lloston.
It was nti agricultural editor who wrote:
"I'uuipktnt nro sold to bo fattening for
linen but wo liara never tried tUcm our.
Jilttte I'ox of Jt'alrhavnt If.
."Then my daughter Kitty was about three
years old nciema-or Salt nheam appeared on
her face It Itched so badly sfco would
Scratch till it Bled
We had seven or eight doctors without the
least shadow of benefit Vlicn Kitty had
taken halt a bottlo ot
She was better and when she hsd taken 1
bottles shs was perfectly cured and has shown
No Sign of Salt Rheum
For almost tour years. Her skin Is now as (sir
and clear as any child"-. 14 town " Wit. Fox
Williams Slate Mantel Works Talr Haven Vu
HOOD'O PllLO aro the best afterdlncor Fills
aaslat digestion euro beadac&o and otllonsneas.
it sayeThis baby.
God bless the children. Any-
thing that alleviates their sufferings
and that restores them to health
when they are afflicted is deserving
of great praise. When we consider
that half the population of the
world die before they reach the age
of five years we can see what a
boon any remedy is that banishes
the chief danger of childhood for
eighty per cent of deaths in these
infants come from croup. Mothers
will read the following epistle wifi
KANSAS ClTV MO. Nov. joth '892.
My baby nineteen months old Is very
much subject to croup. Recently we have
been Induced to use Reid's German Cough
and Kidney Cure and we no longer dread
these attacks. Two doses give Instant re-
lief. 1 give It freely and do not fear an
overdose. J. W. MARSH
202 East Fifth Street
Manager Depot Transfer Co.
Kansas City Mo.
of cod-liver oil presents a
perfect food palatable
easy of assimilation and
an appetizer; these 'are
everything to thoce who
are losing flesh and
strength. The combina-
tion of pure cod-liver oil
the irreatcst of all fat pro-
ducing foods with Hypo-
phosphites provides a re-
markable agent for Quick
Flesh Building in all ail-
ments that are associated
with loss of flesh.
Prepared hr Soott a Bowes Cbemlata
Caree Consumption Concha Croop.Boro
Threat Sold by $) Prcg-Uts oa a Guarantee.
Ely's Cream Balm
COLD IN HEADNi
-ArP'T flalra IMo each iitrll
LV imusMWansnki-.tt V
Forrunoratlnir the entire system.
elimlaaUug all l'ulaons Iron. th
LUootl. wbuther ot frroftilnnfl m
etlgtn this preparation has no equal
"Fy eighteen months I hadaa
or on wy songno. i ni
" HWttl v nyaecwBB
1 she asm KMtnHtUrcrow
dlrtuont . ft. .. aad vum MtatvAt
'rraalkt w Wood and JUrin fit-
vm i"nei f m (J
"fiul'JiT (Sja!( Coy
"but cUStDsd ikownsr
wi-faa. I lime
Th Week's rroellnies or the gonate and
Hotna tllren In rnndaaaml Form.
Tns iienatd wss In session four hours cm the
Klh. Scrcral Important hills were Introdneed
and two were passed one authorlilnj I ho naif
ot lands near Fort Mlffln Del Tho McOsrr
hsn hill wss not taken up. hut went orer. An
eflert wss mnda hy Mr Utsikhurnto hsro thu
Hudson river brldgo bill taken up but as thst
Would hsTS had tberf!ectofslde-tracltlnR tho
antliptlon bill the effort wss successfully re-
stated by Mr. Warhburn. Mr. Blackburn's mo-
tion wa defeated by a tote ot IS to It The
anil-option bill n then taken up and was un-
der consideration until adjournment.. ..In the
house nothing was done Ihe objcot of the mem.
hers seemlnir to bo that nothing should b) dons
until sf ter the holidays.
Tiik teuton of the senate on the 71st was de-
roted mainly to speech making. Among tho
speakers were Senators Perkins and Teffer.
tho latter taTortnglhe nntl-optlon bll and tbo
former spoke as to Ihe policy to be pursued as to
the Indian territory. He firored statehood or a
territorial gorcrment and opening the Outlet.
Tho holiday roccss resolution was adopted and
Mr. McPherson ( V J ) Introduced a Joint reso-
lution to suspend (ho purchise of stlrer under
tho Sherman set of 1S3X Adjourned.. ..There
wss no quorum In tbo house and tho attempt
to transact any business failed Adjourned
without doing nnr thing
In the scnato on the ZM the MiOarrahan bill
was debaiod at some length Mr. Hunton (Va.)
closlne bis Ibrce days' speech In Its fsror. It
then went oter. Mr. TeRer further spoke In
favor of the sntl option bill. After a short ex-
ecutive session tho senate adjourned until Jan
uaryi. . Tho house was In session only fifteen
minutes when It adjourned until January L
LIFE IN A Pin ATE SHIP.
Merit anil Ilravrry Ilcwarded nnd blthou
rty Very Heverety l'unUlied.
Tho customs nnd regulations roost
commonly ohscrycil on board a buc-
caneer nro worth noting. Every pirate
captain doubtless had his own set of
rules; but there were certain tradition-
nl articles that BCcm to havo been gen-
erally adopted. Tho captain had tho
state cabin n double voto In elections
n doublo shore of booty. On norao ves-
sels It was tho captain who decided
what direction to sail In but this nnd
other matters of moment were oftoncr
settled by n vote of the company the
captain's voto counting for lira Tho
otliccrs had a shnro and n half or n
bhare and a quarter ot all plunder nnd
tho sailors ono share each. Ilooty was
divided with scrupulous care and ma
TOoning was ttio penalty of attempunp;
to defraud tho general company if only
to tho amount ot a gold piece or a dol-
lar. Ktory man hud a full voto In every
affair of Importance.
Anns wcro always to be clean and fit
for service nnd desertion of the ship
or quarters In battle was punished with
dcatli. On Roberts' ship n man who was
crippled In battle received tSOO out ot
the common stock and n proportionate
sum was 'awarded for lesser hurts.
Louthcr allowed 150 for tho loss
of a limb and other captains Instituted
a sort of tnrlff of wounds which extend-
ed to cars fingers nnd toes. In chose
or battle the captain's power was abso-
lute lie who first spied a sail. It she
proved to be a prize was entitled to tho
best pair ot pistols on board her over
nnd oboro his dividends. Theso pistols
wcro greatly coveted and n pair would
sell for as much as 30 from one pirate
to another. In their own common-
wealth the pirates arc reported to have
been severe upon the point of honor
and among Roberts' crew It was tho
practice to slit the cars or noso of any
sailor found guilty of robbing his fel-
lows. Such feeble interest n.s now attaches
to what was onco tho formidable fame
of the pirates Is not even resthetlc it Is
incroly comic. No Imaginative essayist
clis-nsscs piracy as a One art; but Paul
Jones is resurrected us tho hero of a
musical burlesque. Poor Paul! And
lio Is almost the only 000 of the wkolo
buccaneering race whose atory discovers
a trace of the legendary gallantry of
piracy. Paul whose father had been
head gardener to Lord Selkirk plun
dered thu hclklru mansion of IU plate.
which he subsequently returned In a
parcel to Lady Selkirk with .1 letter ot
polite apology. National P.ovlcw.
Tho base of tho gold thread ot com-
merce Is silver which is brought from
the Hank of England In cakes weighing
about ono thousand ounces (Jold leaf
Is carefully Incorporated with the stlrer
by hammering nnd nf terward tho whole
Ls subjected to a charcoal fire. The bar
is now ready lor conversion Into wire.
This Is accomplished by drawing It
from one Ii unci re a to ono hundred and
fifty times through ever-diminishing
holes In steel plates nnd finally when
tho capabilities of this metal have been
exhausted through apertures In dia-
monds rubles or sapphires. The dell-
cato wire thus obtained must now be
passed through the steel rollers of ono
of Hcrr Krupp's little flatting mills.
This brings up to the final process the
spinning of the flattened wire round
slile to fcrm the golden thread of com-
merce. Theso spinning machines are
worked by water nl though two steam
engines arc to be found in the factory;
for water power is considered to be
more regular and even in Its action.
A Hard On to Answer.
The long-haired caller In tho editorial
room was indignant.
"Poets nro born sir" he said to the
eminently practical editor.
"Of course they are" responded the
editor suavely "you didn't Imagine I
thought they were hatched did you?"
"1 mean sir they nro born; born sir
do you understand?'
"I think I do" and the editor rubbed
his chin reflectively "but why are
That wns the straw that fractured
the spinal column of tho camel and the
poet stalked out of the den. Detroit
PEOPLE AT HOME.
Desms Mrjiii'iir has superintended
tho reportlnr of United States senate
jobatcs for forty-four years.
nowAitn Could has ordered of a
preso-cllpplng bureau nil the comments
and accounts which may appear about
his father In nny paper.
John C. E.no one of tho most dis-
tinguished of tho American exiles In
Canada Is a prominent member of tho
Union club in Montreal nnd lives in
William II. Esoliuii Hancock's vico
presidential collcaguo candidate re-
sides In Indianapolis Is worth n few
millions and Is rapidly making them
mora by his attention to business.
Patiieii Tolton the first American
block man to bo made u priest objects
to being called "colored." "That word
b an offensive affectation. I ntn a negro
a woolly-headed negro" says Father
Miia. I.kase Is a woman of modest
and charming address.
Ada Keiian Is a(d to bo a most
charming woman In privuto life Sim'
pllctty rcpow and a cordial desire to
forget herself are ber chief character
Miss Celeste STAurrut to whom
Samuel J Tildcn was once engaged
n'j'l to whom he left $199000 ls a rcei-
dent of ClUoago Slio is still beautiful
and Is reported to have refused many
Miss Mohvox tho eldest daughter ot
tho vW -proldcnt. will uwUe her debut
.In Washington this winter. Her parents.
win prouawy Mwomico aer 10 society
by a series of lino entertainments vvhfu
tQ uorbd of mourning for Mrs- (IurnV
Housekeepers Should Seriously Consider.
If you want tbc best food you will be interested
in tiic following facts which show why " Jloyal "
is the best baking powder why it makes the best
and most wholesome food and why its use. lias
become almost 'ers.il its sale greater in this
country than t tie of all other cream of tartar
baking powders combined.
Tho Itoynl Baking Powder NEVEtt lulls.
It ls absolutely puro nnd wholesome.
It ls combined from tho most npprbved
nnd healthful ingredients.
It makes tho finest flavored most tender
delicious and -wholesome food.
It has greater leavening: strength than
any other baking powder and is therefore
It never loses its strength but will keep
fresh and of full leavening power until
It acts slowly in tho dough so tlint nono
of its strength is lost heforo tho linking is
It makes food that will keep sweet moist
and fresh longer or that may ho catcu hot
and fresh with impunity.
The reasons why the Royal Baking Powder is
superior to all others in these respects are easily
stated. One is because it is made from chemically
pure materials; another is because it is made with
greater care and accuracy than any other. It is
always uniform in composition and leavening
power. It has been the standard baking powder
since its introduction. The founder nnd con-
ductor of its business ever sluco is still at
tho head of its mnuageiucut. Thus all the
Ajit is Chicago MIm Lalcsldo "Do
you liuo Titian I" Young lijaictls "l oon'l
know. Pvo never been there." P. and B.
"I rixu It Is alvravs best to keep cool"
11M thaanotv. "Exuctlr."rrv!led tbosldo-
wolk "1 catch your drlf V 1 asUlnfton
Chaap Hales For a Winter Trip r Raata
To Texas New Mexico Arizona California
Utah and oU Mexleo are offered by the
Santa Fe. !
Tickets now en sale to Corpus CbrUII El
Paso Oalvcston Houston. Lampasas ItorU-
port San Antonio Cltr ot Mexico. Montcrer !
Pnoonlx Prescott." Saltlllo San Luis re- '
tost Loa Vcas. Hot Spring. Oranit Can ea
at th Colorado. Los An;els San Dlfgo Sin
Francisco Salt Lake and Portland.
New Mexico Is noted aa baring one ot the '
most equable climates In the world snddrn
chancea betnc almoat wbollj unknown. It Is a
most dealrable plaee either (er the business
man pleasure seeker or the Invalid while It ls
the haTen for the Immigrant. No portion or the
United States eaa conspire with ihe fertile ral-
leys of Its rivers and la the productions of the
Held the market garden me orcaara ana ui
For foil particulars regarding country rates
stop orera eta call on or address Geo. W.
Ilagonbuoh passenger aad ticket aent Santa
Te route. Sit Mala alrtetor 104 Union arenue
Kansas City Ma or Geo. T. Nicholson O P.
& T. A. and W. J. Illicit A. a. P. b T. A.
"TniT man can't be n poet" said Jen.
nlugs us a friend pointed out to him a I1U
orury man. '-lie ljcks too much llko one."
Ch cao Now a EecorJ.
8100 Reward 8 too.
The readers ot this paper will be 'pleased
to learn that there Is at least one dreaded
illsnaso that eoleace has been able to euro
In all Itastozes and that li Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cars Is tlio only posluro curs
known to tha medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Care Is taken Internally actlnr directly
upon the blood ani mucous aurfaces of the
system thersby destroying the foundation
ot the dtseasn and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution and
assisting nature In doing its woric. The
proprietors hnvj so muoli faith In lis cura-
Uro powers that they ofter Ono Hundred
Dollars for nnr caso that It falls to cure.
Bend for list of tcstlmon nls.
Address F. J. Qnz.tT.rlz Co Toledo 0.
tSTSald by Urugttlsts 75c.
Kvtnr season somebody says tho theater
hat must ko. It kevps on going to the
theater for a fact . 0. 1'hajuuo.
FnzE Admission Ticket to tho TTorld's
Fair nro being offered by the Chicago Beats
Company. Bend them your address.
' m m
"WonKis'now. 1'ctef "'aw I got a
Job In do city baX" ilutfaloKxprcsa.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITV Dee S4
CATTLM-IlcstUeres 3M Q )
Htockers SCO a 3 01
Native cowa . . I 81 Q J W
HOGS-Good to choice heavy . I SO a 0 I J
WHEAT No J red na SI
No.: hard s; a iTvi
COKN-NoSmlxod :l a 31'4
OATS-No. t mixed M a
ItYK-Na MJi n
KLOUlt-Patent per sick .... I 75 ft J 13
Fnner IB) ntn
HAY Choice timothy 7W SW
I'aney prairie 0 50 aiil
CATTLE - Fair natives
SIIEEP-Falr to choice
WHEAT No. ! red.
COrtN-No. 2 mixed
OATS-No 3 mixed
LAUD We tern steam.
CATTLE Prime to extra
FLOUH -Winter wheat
ft 6 31
too) aig os
IS 35 14 a
s tO (0
M 6 71
71 it 7IH
3) a )i
o d to
11 n ohm
CATTLE-Natlve steers 3 0) 5 M
HOGS Good to choice. 6 23 (i 7 09
FLOUIt-GooJ to choice 4 1 O 4
WHEAT-No. 2red 77 O I7'
CORN No. 2 48HO 48M
OATS-Weitern mixed ... . M'ja n
UUTTEfl-Creamery to a J)'j
l'OlUC-Mras is oa eiiiM
LIKE A THIEF W
the Niaur. con
sumption coruos A
slight cold with your
sjstem In tbo scroful-
.oua canilition that's
causod brlrnpuro blood.
.U cnougb (o fatten it
upon you. inat is un
tiine Tiben neglect and
delay nro full of danger.
Consumption is Luuir-
Bcrof uU. You can prevent it. and you cut
cure it U you haven't iraltod too long with
Dr. Merce's Golden Modieal Dlacorery. That
is aavs aaost potent blood-cleanser strength
raatorer aad BaJi-bullior that's known to
- --- ariaaun. 'nr tnerr tllacnsa that hM
a a rtuasiwat ttwuch tbo blood like Cuv
1 lor Htrroi aua in au na lorwai nw
1 Asuuna aaa tux wikh.
it U tka only oiutranUed
H don't UaneK or euro you
'tmr Baoswf back.
Tba proprietors of Dr. Sue's Catarrh
Baenssty tkw fUt their rncdlcina perfectly
aid pan-ciajwoaiy cures CatarrU.. To prore
it to tov tliey malo Utkt offeri If they cant
oaro your CnUrrh no matter what your
ns it tbeyTl pay you fwp (9 caV
These are Facts
knowledge and skill attained by over a quarter of
a century's experience is available in its present
preparation. The consumer is not experimented
upon by changes of formula that arc constantly
being made in other powders in an effort to get a
mixture that will not "cake" or lose its strength
or that follow changes of proprietorship or manu-
facturers. The Royal Baking Powder is always
certain and equal in its work; a teaspoonful docs
the same perfect work to-day that it did yesterday
or last week or month or last year.
While the last teaspoonful in a can of Royal is
as good as the first other powders lose their
strength after being made a short time and par-
ticularly after the can is opened.
The exactness with which the active principle
of each ingredient prior to mixing is ascertained
by expert chemists; the actual prohibition enforced
against the receipt into the works of an impure in-
gredient; the care with which the materials are
l led coated and prepared before their combina-
tion and the precision in packing the powder so
that it shall be delivered to the consumer in the
perfect condition in which it leaves the factor
are some of the details which go to make the
perfect " Royal."
The same means arc not employed by other
manufacturers. There have been a great many
imitations of the Royal but no equals. Pure
materials are not employed care is not taken in
their preparation and combination while in the
great majority of baking powders alum is added to
give them strength while cheapening their cost.
The great popularity and general use of the
Royal Baking Powder attest its superiority.
Jtns. Cdmsc "I thought tlio f ongrcgntlon
wns deeply stirred by our pnstor a aermon
thla inornlnp." Cutnao "I noticed a good
leal of icsUessncss mjeolf."
Tni trouble Is that when a man needs his
norvo moat ho can't find It Atchison
Look to Toarseir
Ifyourllvcrlaoutof order your skin saf-
fron colored tongue t urrod. cj cbnlls tinged
wlihjelloiT. Hoatetter's Htomach Balers
Insunter is tho correct thing. Uon't wait.
If j ou don't want jaundlco and perhaps ab-
scess of the llvor. Likewise. K you have a
mnlsrlnl chill touch of rheumatism Indi-
gestion kidney or nervous trouble nso tho
III iters without delay. Giro It a fair trial
as It preserves.
Two r-ATEXTS for bottlo stoppers hnro
been issued A patent for n mouth stop
Kr operating cffectlrely when certuln
tiles approach would also serve a useful
Cot-ana and HoaMENKss Tho Irrltillon
which Induces roughing Immediately re-
lieved by uaeof "Jroirn'i BronehM Trvthu"
Hold only In boxes.
FctTOX "Did he leave any provision In
his will for Ms wife I" Hualtor "No. but
he left her plenty of money to get the best
tho market uffords." Inter Ocean.
Diicisa Is unuotural and Is bnttheproof
that wo are abasing Nature. It Is claimed
thatUaitltld Tea u slmplo herb remedy
helps Muture to overcome this abuse.
McDan "Thomvson called moan Id ot"
Yab ley "You Lcedu't mind that. Thomp-
son uhvayadooe exaggerate uioro or lees."
Ir you arsconstlpaled Lllloua or troubled
with dole headache Uoccham's rills afford
lmmcdUto relief. CI druggists. S3 cents.
Room ron One Onlt Clnra -"What do
you think of my new mnffl" Maude
"Lovely I Hut n here do you put your other
hand l"-N. V. Herald.
Dox'T tVhceio nnd ennzh when Hale's
Honey of Horehnnnd nod Tar will cure.
I'lto'a Toothache Drops Cure in ono mltiuto.
It's alwais tho fall season with tho ama-
teur blcj clists.
Both tho method and results trhen
Syrup of Figa is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to tho taste and acts
ccntly yet promptly on tho Kidneys
Liver and Bowels cleanses tho sys-
tem efTectually dispels colds head-
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Brrup of Figs is tho
only remedy of its kind ever pro-
duced pleasing to tho tasto and ac-
ceptable to tlio stomach prompt in
Its action and truly beneficial in its
effects prepared only from tho most
healthy anil agrccablo substances its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and havo rondo it tho most
popular remedy known
Bvrun of Fins is for salo in COo
and SI bottles uy all leading drug-
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not havo it on hand will pro-
euro it promptly for any ono who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.
IAN FHAHCISCO. CAl.
louitmu. nr. riv ion ti.t.
so 1.T1T nr nrr.nvrn
wiia I'astes. Cnauiela. and I"alnU wtilcn stain
(ShmH.ln)urolliotronanl burn off.
Tbt Illslng ttn Vioto sldleti la llrlllljntOdor.
leu Ihirablis arid tlio coniuroer pari for no Ua
or (lata packaEO wim ercrr pureliaae.
roseaa'l Cad wtialyptt want la roor home slotea.
rl ou toe irala nd come 10 our raammota I'rr
lloodt Esuoilaamcnt If joa can t coma toaa aend
for asraales (ao cbarKa lor aainplea). end order wast
yea waoilj malt we joarmiea aulalaclloa.
awsaxs tsu raraa Mfup
gm mm M
mmwKmmt mwm m mr
UriVlfl tilt l WTU'llt:.M liba-v Okie-
McConKl.r "Do j ou know what Is tha
best thing out!" MrCracklo "No. What
ls III" JloCorklo "I haven't decldod
whether It's an uching tooth or n conllagra-
tion." "Vocn chairs look so colloquial" said a
rialtor to her hostess tho other day: "they
really aeoui to beg jour guests to sit down
cosily and chat lu comfort together."- llos-
My uiccc Erneline Hawley was
taken with spitthlg blood and she
became very much alarmed fearing
that dreaded disease Consumption.
She tried nearly all kinds of inedi-
cinebut nothing did her nny good.
Finally she took German Syrup and
she told me it did her more good
than anything she ever tried. It
stopped the blood gave her strength
and case and a good appetite. I
had it from her own lips. Mrs.
Mary A. Stacey Trumbull Conn.
Honor to German Syrup.
Onr sales for tho past week of
"CiiAitTEn Oak" Stoves and IUsoia
havo been unprecedented. Tho Char
ter Oak has been forging ahead overy
day of tho forty years that It has
been on tho market.
Vest ito7S dealers keep thin. If yom
Sou not writo re:t u suTUMtuttrt.
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
8T. LOUIS. MO.
TnHkQ the Dulcfi Process
are need In tha
left left fa abtalulelil
pur and goluOlt
lthit mart than thrtttlmt
I (Aj(rnisr of L'oeoa inlxel
jwlili Btarch Arrowroot or
nomleal cuitinj lus than one cent a eup.
It Is delicious ooarUblnc and rusiLT
PIG ESTEn. ..
Sold krOrocera enrjwhsrs.
W. D AKEE & CO. Dorcheater May
Towbo seroar ee4sona wNlUaafaeaM.ea
tk.r C.4 lkai rellaklr. TUV Tlir.lt All toll
Vll.l.Nr 111! IIII'P"IN ir.K iurlllutlral4
an4 HESC-HIITIViS LATafXHJI I ' mail rt o-i e0t-
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SI aad Sit IT r.arlk Slrtct. ST.MIVU.MO
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flr. ftkr rlr-nltH nA tmtltanflml. AAAtl
WYJrvnizn2falckfTliiMit m&4 Uuciff!
frTJlUH t MU 1-AlrU m7 llM fW fc
VnilHB If CU Jarri TelcrraiSjSrA T3iffoJ
TUUIsai rnCH Axent'sllnrtiaMiiare.sndseeure
JfiodiltnaUona. WrlteJili UUOVVN.eedalla'.aio.
H-xuu nus rirxa j ttx im wa
(TKEO. Trial Dottls free by null
(ores after all others fall iddrtts
HILL llii:.tOWeit l'btla.r'a
I'Uo'a Iteraeisy for Catarrh Is the
Host Kasleat to Pe and Chtepest J
IBold by druKlstd or lent by mall
60x. E.T IlMelllno Warren I'a.
A N. K.-D. 1428
mwv WatrriMttT uvairTiiait i'Uiei
ataaatata eej aaw ak Adra(tt4a4 ) M4
Ctlxv 't" "US'' L Gr' WiSpESRS
m w&LJtapm i&mv&si&i
K"J1 1 Ml hi
effi ffil It
f ra- YOTJ MUST SOW
Net oecupjtng more if see tha tb
Irtt following1 will be Ifierte4 4 l.W
per year. Tlio verdict f men crrsisg
large or mull herds k thst It pJ to
D. L. DENNY
Clrtromoro Intl. Tor
O. h. WABHDOnRNfl
P. 0. Vinita I. T.
oach car nndsr- 1
bit In rljtht. 1
Ilange oa I
I rnirio. iiiiicrt
east of Iloltns
J. O. HALT
roit-ofllctj Vlnlta.I. T.
Tleree kraal aanaa ea lart hip. Uadaralt la
saahaar Uaoft Ditweea Cabla aad rryal
"W. H. NOBLEO
Postoffloe at Kingston Kaniti.
Horn krud sai
no ad tirasdi
I In each car.
llama seas r
III etaek 0. M
. B. raJLYBZR
foitofflcs VlfliU Ind. Tar.
are ef lafll
wire la rtskt.
tiatila at lkla
rraad said eaa
t for shlv
I rnllaa a a VI
alts ea Cakla
tut aad Haitaaf areaka
Chouteau Intl. Ter.
Circle on neck. Uticr U on nsht aldrt UK
aldci C H side or ear grabbed
hip (JSwe Von neck y on aide and hlpt antra
hraaded rosoon left 'aide Horse brand C II
on left ahonldcr or thigh. nnsa on Chouteau
aad Pryor cretka.
OEonan "w. ol.ark.
roBtoffice Vinita Indian Territory
Smooth crop la
left ear. split la
era uaak. Hi
R. R. TATtOR
Postofflco Vinita I. T.
lirtaar aad are
aad ulli U Us
Seme castle la
ear lea a otkat
uaara ea u
east exssk feel
miles a a ef Ti
P. O Vlnlto Ind. Ter.
Also some branded
Jj uiner Monn in
wlrm Hrer. twnlr
t uiucs west ot Chelsea.
0. II. MATT3 e
roatoffica) Salina Indlaa Territory
aad rda Ml
la see ear eat
sm slaM M
!.. aata .
Sad aetak J I
aewa tall eaj
OUKS IW I
J. B. JgARKHAM.
Ohouteau Ind. Ter.
sad ladarkli l
Isn eari nadtr
slere la tixht.
Kaoxa from Lo-
enst arose it
rial Hock bota
Bold ealr fat
r a. ALTiBN
Havre t Bx
near tto mouui
et Cow creek.
ero(io3 of right
Pryor CreoU Ind. Ter.
Borne ateers branded
atrlpe acroia the nose.
Cowa branded LAD
Crop and split each car
rungo near l'ryor
tneen ii I
O. P. WILLIAMS.
Miami I. X.
falrlan.l Ind. Tur.
.fi ? 1 .r?a
Ri 1 rr "; wtm)-gy
ai.. s KAraoiiai ui jaa
F. B SMITH
Lcnnpab I T.
naWaWlkBWBBS alio rlrcr
MMMMMMW I ovtrbitian
'exaeBTflBTVawasV I Horn
j 1 brindid
H o in b ft f
aide. Haik crea
and split 1st
r I jrli t. anitt
west of sslne
Jacket lad .Tar
rostoffios) VlnlU Ib4 Tr.
narka k Vra
j. o. noQAjr.
Aslalr Indian Ttrlfrr .
ajBYtesn M IW saw
easlete I It.
J. T. K'BPAUDSTt
atntCbe svt Obeliott Indlaa Ter.
UIH arP isai rnmr
W. W. MILlaWB
Vinlla I. T.
Le a aa I
. O. V. ItOaERS
Clarcmore Ind. Ter.
JM on tide
Ion left loin
I baron Ian
I hip. None
Clala. . .
J. B. EDWARDB
P. O. Vlnila Indian Territory.
I) rop and split
reeded J n oa
.Iso soma J on
It Jaw Ii oa
Ida K ea hip
Will ear SMi 00 reward for courlellea aaj t
m alialUl sa aolmal la Ibis sraad.
Chdsea I. T.
Stripe serosa Ike
Mark 1 Crop off the
rliht. nnderslepa In
the left ear.
Ranee roor nllea
west of Chelsea. 10-W
Four Milo I. T.
Itance on Four Mils
10 miles aoutkeast a
Cne ops Kan. Mark
split In right eur-
1orae brand. U on laf
ahoulder. No cattli
sold except for ship
B. W. RIDER
Chelsea Ind Ter.
H C on Ian hip.
aiarai urnu rifni
crop split and hole la
GRAY & OLT.NKSOAI1E3
Vlnitn. Ind. Ter.
Ranch on raw.
fair I miles
! er Vinlla.
No atork sold
txcept for ship-
ment. Horse brand
O on snoalder.
Vinita lud. Tr.
Bieti Reck etWk
Sena tattle a?t SIS
ea aide aad ale aha
la cr aal
else lal air
Chelsea Ind. Ter.
Uarki Two spll take
uaiiiai nana er
J B. OAMPBBLIj
Alluwo Ind. Ter.
Z on atrial O
and under half
Ilnrara Q oa
J. K. ORUTaHPIBIiD
a I arm la
VWallrVaVRlaf l"V '.?
alH B I ad ajUl
t . "lg:W
1 I r Tf
Home branded V.I en
left atdet others nare
ny J on rlwtit aide
l.ell ear srnbbadi
Idciblt In rliht Hangs
1 ten miitssonm oitiar
Pryor Creek Ind. Ter
Ilanga S miles
of I'rior Creek
I'olnt of lift
iswcd oS. 11
Urouoff the left ear
undetblt In right.
Uenie north sad east
Horse brand! O T
Poat-Office Olsjeinore Ind Ter.
Usts ruu seen Erangeliet V7olfi'newt.iixr
. - l)a you want a brutbt.
John 3:. IB
tadlaii Nation? Bubtcrll
tmn.f Oill V Si CCIiU DM
iTfiyauu out apexes
:a a inobtteroaaa
Save your Money
s by Spending It
In (he farclissa of Tickets 01 er
E33To All Points Inescs
Kansas Indian Terri-
tory Texas Mexico
Doublo Daily Train Service
) WITH (
Froo Roclininn Chair Cars
& ON ALLTHANS K
Perfect Buffet Pullman
Sleeping Car Service
-1 iictwf.kn -Chicago
St. Louis Kansas Oily
Hannibal Kedallal''t.ricoti 1'nr-
sons BIJonMn Ft WotU DMf
Waco Austin Bun Antonio
lloualmi and Oalvcston.
for roatea rates mapi lime tallies or other
Information call on or address
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SeK-Kf Ticket ? "irtuu A'rt
BOO Cheitoat Btrtcta t. Xoult M
KA1TSAS OITY-- ;Q
Omaha Puoblo & Donver.
Jnllraan Sn'Jtt Bleorlnj 0n and TtH
REOUNINO OHAI3 0AR8
6T. LOU18 AMP WICHITA
K. C. TOWN8KMD"
Serierairearerl ttt i
sadTttketAe-eut. e IT. LOUIS i
A. D. CUBINE
Manufacturer et and dealer la
BOOTS AND SHOES
Does all kinds of boot n&
shoe work cnarantccing a lit
and satismcllon In every re-
ipoct Fartlea desiring work
can fend their narnos aad ad
drcsfl08 and will receive a cires
tar giving fall directions how ts
tneasn.ro the foot.
J. V. CCantE rerteiaa bas dM
tet&lnr lj tVr jears and U tttteg beta
tar satlalaeUoa In the best bulatM 0u
iBjr mut la tii Tcst
(HE LIVE STOCK M&RKCT OF ST.LOUIS-
THE BT. LOTJIB NATIONAIs
Located at Eaat St. touts 111.
Dlreotly opposlto tho city of St. Lauls.
Duyers for all description of Live Stocs
always In attendance and within thi
erounds of tho Stock Yards Is a Bcol
Canning Company with a capacity for
slauffhtorlco; 1000 head of cattlo dally
and Pork Packing Establishment wltb.
a capacity for slaughtering 12000 bog!
O. O. KNOX vico President.
CHA8. T. J ONE J Slipt.
R. A. HOSBY
Maonfsctarer of and dealer In Vorslgn
Marble and Granite
Cemetery Coping Etc
oneciai aetigna aniicviiuiaiea iu iHunun
work fnrnlsbed on sppllcsllon and sstlsfao-
tlon rnsranteed. 1'rlcea reaaonsble.
ir Mnthtntf la needed call in uerson er ad.
Claromore I. T. !
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lasai V1' 'pe aeeartna MWM la AwStaa.
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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/m1/4/: accessed December 11, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.