The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 35, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 3, 1894 Page: 4 of 4
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All Innocent Kid.
Mollicr Come WIUIo nnilisty your
Willie I (rueis I lmdn'l boiler to-
nlfflit. "Why whnt tloyou menu?"
"Well afrtco papa sn!d ho wouldn't
fjlro mo n bicycle I haven't foil In the
proper frame of wind" Detroit Free.
EHta JE. 7irlo
Fonncr N Y.
Indigestion-Distress In the
Hood's Snranparllla Accomplishes
"a I. Hood & Co. Lowell Mass. I
"Dear Slrst I gladly testify to the efflsscy
ind curative powers ot Hood's Sarsaparllla and
rhecrfully stato that It has done wonders for
me For years I hare been a great sufferer
trom agonising headaches and
Dlstross In tho Stomach
peter eattnff nnd nt other times accompanied by
lour stomach I was rery bad with Indigestion
also. I noticed In different papers men-
tlon ot the cures Hood's Barsaparllla had
wrought and thought I would try 1U It has
Accomplished tho Doslrod Rosults.
rhe pain and distress In the stomach and tho
evero headache spells havo beui overcome as
well ns my Indigestion. I can nowenjoy a meal
without any distress and can recommend
Hoed' Sarsaparllla as one ot the best of medi-
cines " Eliza E. HILLS Fenner New York.
Hood's Pills are purely Tcgotable per-
fectly harmless always reliable nnd efficient.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. Tho many who Hvo bet-
ter than others and enjoy iifo more with
less expenditure by more promptly
adapting tho world's best products to
tho needs of physical being will attest
the valuo to health of the puro liquid
laxativo principles embraced in tho
remedy Svrup of Figs.
Its excellence is duo to its presenting
in tho form most acceptable and pleas-
ant to tho taste tho refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of n perfect lax-
ativo ; effectually cleansing tho system
dispelling colds headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of tho medical
profession because it acta on tho Kid-
neys Liver and Bowels without weak-
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable- substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug-
gists in COc and $1 bottles but it is man-
ufactured by tho California Fig Syrup
Co. only whoso namo is printed on every
package also the name Syrup of Figs
and being well informed you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
ed in let-
sion speaking of its gratify
ing results in their practice.
of cod-Hver oil with Hypo-
phosphites can be adminis-
tered when plain oil is out of
the question. It is almost
as palatable as milk easier
to digest than milk.
Prepared br Scoti Bowac. W. Y. Alldrarthta
On the face
and back of every card of
genuine De Long Pat.
Hooks and Eves will be
found the words :
& l)t Long lire
PRICE 50 CEHTS. AULORUGCISTSl
FOR ALL WOMEN WHO USE
AROUND THE' SOUTH POLE.
Land nnd Water I.I re Within the Arctic
A hasty glnnco nt a terrestrial irlobe
Is sufficient to show how remarknblo I:
tli) difference In the distribution ot
laud nnd water In the northern nnd
southern hemispheres. Wo live In the
land hemisphere; tho southern Is essen-
tially tho wnter hemisphere. Just as
remarknblo Is tho difference ot Ufa In
tho two hemispheres.
"No land animal nnd no trace of veg-
etationnot oven a lichen or a plcco
of seaweed has been found on land
within tho Antarctic circle." Such Is
tho graphic statement of an authority
on Antarctic exploration.
Hut as If to offset tho absence of life
from thd lands around the south polo
the waters In Hint part of tho globe
abound with n profusion of animal and
plant life. Somo mlnuto forms ot crus-
taceans aro so abundant that the waters
ot tho Antarctic ocean are colored red
by them In places nnd the number
caught In the tow-nets ot tho exploring
ship Challenger wns occasionally so
great that tho nets burst while being
Larger nnlmalt are proportionately
numerous there. Seals whales and a
great variety of fishes Inhibit the far
southern ocean. The floor of that ocean
Is said to hi occupied by more abun-
dant and raorepeuillar forms of unlmal
life than any other known part of the
A very Interesting examplo of tho
manner In which some kinds of animals
depend for their exlstenco upon the de-
struction of others Is furnished by tho
fact that largo numbers of tho Inhabit-
ants ot the surface waters of tho trop-
ics having drifted so far south ns to
come In contact with the cold Antarctla
currents so to speak frozen to death
nnd their bodlcsslnktng to the bottom
nflord a supply of food to tho remote In-
habitants ot tho ocean floor.
Hut white tho peculiar conditions de-
scribed abovo now prevail within tho
antarctic circle thcro is at the samo
time much cvldonco that ages ago
things wcro very different there and
that tho supposed continent surround-
ing the south pole once abounded with
animals and plants as varied beautiful
and interesting as those ot tho north-
On this Antarctic continent It has
been surmised somo of the character-
istic llfo of Australia and South Amer-
ica mny havo originated. Thero Is la
fact n growing curiosity In the minds
of scientific men concerning tho secrets
that are apparently locked In by the
encircling Ice of the southern pole-
HEAVIER OR LIGHTER?
Mechanical Kxpert's Services Iteqalred to
Settle Rlitcr'a Illnpatc
It was In one of the big department
stores nnd the penny-ln-the-slot
weighing machlno was placed where It
could not be overlooked. They wcro
evidently sisters though one wan
stouter than alio could wish while the
other would havo been thankful for
tho reversion of some of her unneces-
sary flesh. They passed the machine
with a sidelong look; then the stout
woman turned back saying with a
"There's not a soul here that knows
me; I'm going to find out just how
much I do weigh. Then sho handed
her bundles to her sister and stepped
"Mercy; one hundred and eighty-
nine!" sho screamed and bounced off.
"Here wait a minute" tho thin
womau called "I want to try too."
"Well give me your bundles"
snapped the other "I didn't hold mine
while I weighed."
"Of course not; you goodness only
They walked out In silenco and had
gone half a block when the stout
woman stopped and faced tho thin
"Those scales were wrong" she re-
"Why of courix they were" cried
the other one brightening up; "how
foolish of us not to think ot It beforel
All those people weighing every day
would be sure to put it out of order."
"Certainly; the hands get loose and
take to making you out ever so much
"Lighter you mean."
"I don't mean anything of the kind.
The Idea that I weigh one hundred and
"Yes the Idea I'm sure It Is two
hundred. I know I weigh at least one
hundred nnd five."
"How ridiculous! Not more than
elghty-flvo nt the outside."
They turned and glared at each
other then walked on In silence. And
when the stout woman dropped one of
her bundles and walked on unheeding
the other one was too angry to tell her
of it Chicago Tribune.
Tbe Commonest Name in Germany.
Somo one has been drawing up a list
ot the commonest names in Germany.
From this It appears that Schulze
takes the palm although he is closely
followed by Meyer and Lohmann and
Neuman come at a respectablo distance.
Tho practical Inconvenience of having
so many people of the same name has
been obviated by the Prussian Educa
tion department who distinguish the
bearers as historians distinguish tho
numerous Louises and Charleses. On Its
registers there Is a Schulze LV a
Meyer A LVII a Lehman A IX. nnd a
Neumann XIV. It Is said that an in-
genious person once obtained n seat In
a crowded pit In a Ilerlln theater by
shouting "There Is a fire at bchulze'i
house." Instantly all the bchuues
sprang to their feet and mode for tho
door leaving the theater half empty.
Wars are to the body politic what
drams are to the Individual. There
aro times when they may prevent sud-
den death but If frequently resorted
to or long persisted in they heighten
the energies only to hasten dissolu
tion. Col ton.
The Rlanderil of True Itellnement.
A certain punctilious old gentleman
used to say that no truo lady would
ovor wear n stocking with n hole In it.
The samo idoa was voiced by n young
girl of n later generation who declared
that sho novcr felt llko n. lady when
there was a button oft her shoo. Each
put Into words an appreciation ot tho
fact that more Is required than out-
ward corrcctncssof appearance to mark
tho woman whoso lnato Impulses aro
nil toward roflnoment. As tho man ot
thorough breeding Is to bo recognized
by his bearing to his Inferiors rather
than by his conduct to his equals as
tho good housekeeper Is judged by tho
condition of her cellar and pnntrlos
rather than by tho stato of her parlors
so Is tho truly refined lady dis
tinguished moro by tho unnotlccablo
mlnutltn of her dress than by tho gon-
oral outward effect. Dcmorcst's Mag
In these days curious occupations
are constantly developing. A lato ono
Is that of "shoo breaker." An English-
woman will for half a crown u pair
tako your new shoes and wear them
long enough to tako oft the thrht stiff-
ness that new shoes nre apt to have.
It tnkes about three days to bring them
to tho happy condltton of comfort which
poets sing of nnd In busy times she has
as many as six pairs going at once
wearing each two hours every day.
Catarrh Cannot lie Cured
with l-ocih ArrucATio-cs as they cannot
reach tho scat of the dlscaso. Catarrh Is n
blood or constitutional disease and in order
to euro It you must tako Internal remedies.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and
acta directly on tho blood nnd.mucous sur-
faces. Hairs Catarrh Curo is not a quack
mcdlctno. It was prescribed bv ono of tho
best nhvslclans In this country for rears and
Is a regular prescription. It Is composed of
the best tonics known combined with the
best blood purifiers acting directly on tho
mucous surfaces. Tho jwrfect combination
of the two Ingredients Is what produces such
wonderful results In curing Catarrh. Send
for testimonials free.
P. J. CniiNET & Co Props. Toledo O.
Sold by Druggists prico 73c.
Hall's family Pills 25 cents.
Odplt enough tho homeliest of old maids
aro generally girls who wcro matchless In
their youth. Buffalo Courier.
All In a Tremble!
Nervous elderly ladies use this phraso to
describe their tremors and highly pruplilo It
is. i crves -nu in n ircmoio" nro best Iran-
S utilized and strengthened with Hostettcr's
tomacli Hitters. Tho Bitters Is a nervine
because It is a tonic for tho nerves and tono
Is what tho nerves require if they are weak
and shaky. Digestion and assimilation aro
Insured by It and It remedies constipation
biliousness and malaria.
Tub widower about to marry Is tho most
unselfish of mortals. Ho seldom thinks of
Number One. Life.
AcTons Vocalists Publio Sneakers praise
Halo's Honey of Horchound and Tar.
Pike's Toothacho Drops Cum In ono mlnuto.
BEfrvoizxcE without love has no moro
heart In It than a grindstone. Itam's Horn.
8c mens from Coughs Soro Throat eti
should try "Hrou-ii's llronchial Troche:"
Vvx thy faith to no man's sleo vo hast toon
not two eyes of thy ownl-Carlylo.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
CITY Mar 2.
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4 00 O 3 40
J S 81
4 UJ a 5 05
II & M(
IIOGS-Good to choice heavr..
COIIN No. mixed
OATS-No S mixed
FLOUK-Pateot per sack
IIUTTEII-Ctaolce creamerr. ..
CATTLE-Native and shlppln;
SHEEI'-Falr to choice
COIIN No. X mix d.
OATS No. Smlxed.
LAUD Western steam
CATTLE Common to prime. ..
HOOS-Packlne and shipping..
S1IKKP -Fair to choice
CATTLE Native sleera.
HOOS-Oood to choice
FLOUH-Oood to choice
WHEAT-No. S red.
1 40 lllm
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3 01 e& 3 71
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31 it 3I)
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rw a r 5i
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41 44 l'i
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Sure Cure for Sprain Bruise or Hurl I
You'll Use ii Always
"My wife after ustne ' Mother's Friend ' nasserl through i S
fcr the ordeal with little pain was stronger In one hour than in i
W a week after the birth of her former child. Ik
"Mothers' Friend" rohheH
I bave the healthiest child I eversaw
Sent by express charges prepaid on receipt of price Ji.co per bottle".
tfL Boole " To Mothers" mailed free.
514 by All Drugf Uts.
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE
THE COOK HAD NOT USED
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN.
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i oi-iriiy-iia rr'
m i. ir.v;r. -' s rrz i:-v" r
MoVlckor'Tiontor Oliicutfo XlL
Came to CHICAGO
tlon.l work ot t-IUkrtu
AMnu VATIOVAI. VVUUHUllSU VO ('lilc-y JU.
sjrmmmm rrs 'rj vsyassns
When the Royal Baking Powder makes
finer and more wholesome food at a less
cost which every housekeeper familiar with
it will affirm why not discard altogether the
old-fashioned methods of soda and sour
milk or home-made mixture of cream of
tartar and soda or the cheaper and inferior
baking powders and use it exclusively?
royal dakino powoen co.
"Sat pa" asked Freddy '-why Is It that
when you or Undo Georgo fells a story you
always get laughed at and when I tell ono I
get a Ilrkln' I" Buffalo Courier.
"Is Hicks' wife anlco housekeeper I'1 Mr.
Hacks "Well I should say so. Vhy.balf
tho time Hicks can't find anything that bo-
longs to him."
Fromnway up in British North America
comes tho following greeting to Dr. R. V.
Pierce Chief Consulting Fhyslclan to tho
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute at
Buffalo N. Y. lire. Alien Sharrard ot
Hartney Selkirk Co. Manitoba whoso
portrait with that ot her littlo boy
heads this article writes as follows:
"I take great pleasure In recommending Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription for 'fallingot
the womb.' I was troubled with bearing
down pains and pains In my back whenever
I would be on my feet any length of time. I
was recommended to try Dr. Plerco's Fa vorito
Prescription which I did with happy results.
I feci llko a new person after taking threo
bottles of it."
As ne have lust heard from tho frigid
North we will now introduce n. letter
received from tho Sunny Bouth. Tho follow-
ing is from Mrs. J. T. Smith ot Oakfiiskeo
Cleburne Co. Ala. She writes: "I was
afilicted and suffered untold pains and
misery such as no pen can describe for six
years. I was confined to bed most of tho
time. I expected the cold hand of death
every day. I was afilicted with leucorrhea
with excessive flowing falling ot tho womb
bearing down sensation pain in tho small
of my liack my bowels costive smarting
Itching and burning in tho vagina also pal-
pitation of tbe heart. When I began taking
your medicine I could not sit up only a few
minutes at a time I was so neak. I took
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription three
times per day I also took his ' Golden Medical
Discovery ' threo times per day and one of
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets every night. I
have taken seven bottles of the ' Discovery'
seven bottlea of tho ' Prescription ' and flvo
bottles ot tbe ' Pellots. I took these medi-
cines seven months regularly never missed
a day. These medicines cured me. I feel as
well as I ever did in my life. Four of the
best doctors in tbe land treated my case four
years. They ell gave mo up as hopeless
they said I could not be cured and could not
live. Through the will of Uod and your
medicines I have been restored to the best
ot health." Yours truly
for a Like Mishap.
w w T.T.
Lessens pain it
Insures Safety l
to Life of VI
Mother and Child. J?'
J. J. McGoldrick Uean Station Tenh.
mln nl ft. t.rrnr ni .inr..n. !!..
Mrs. I- M. Ahern Cochran Ca. J
BRADflELD REGULATOR CO. AUiiiti Gi
bii4 4rnl. tm.t... n1 rcli njplf. IVAI.L
I'Arr.ita Ann tiiiHiiriiv toftuit.v.r ft.rifnttii
In rour hoiM. .nd l lh. low.it prlc.. lilt I
rAHUIIfr flJXttu llooK ol U.gn. m.ll.d fr.
ou .r-iiiiciiou. n rw cum ii iiihh si. Utult M.
R'UII HIS millHq !
rUlMI Till mil ri . n
nhr arnJ luilronj
M hr. -ltd ttir
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E T T F1 '- W I0. i
ica WALL ST. NCW-YORK.
"I'M so glad I lost my legs!" said the vet-
eran llh a smile. "I novcr havo rheuma-
tism hi my wooden ones nnd on cold Inter
nights I haven't an) thing to stick dow n un-
der tho antic sheets." Harper's Bazar.
"Willie do you and your brother over
flghtl" "Yes sir." "Who whips l" "Pa."
Mrs. W. O. Ounekel of No. 1401 South
Seventh Street Term Haute Indiana writes:
" I tiad been suffering from nombtroublo for
eleht years having doctored with tho most
skillful physicians but finding only tempo-
rary relief from medicines prescribed uy
them. I was advised by n friend to tako
Dr. Plerco's Favorite Prescription which I
did and found in taking six bottles ot tho
'Prescription' nnd two of tho 'Golden
Medical Discovery' that it has effected a
positive cure for which words cannot ex-
press my gratitude for tho relief from tho
great suffering that I so long endured."
As a powerful invigorating rcstorotlro
tonio "Fnvorito Prescription " improves
digestion and nutrition thereby building up
solid wholesome flesh and Increasing tho
strength of tho whoio system. As a toothing
and strengthening nervine " Favorite Ito-
scription" Uunonualod and is invaluable in
allaying and subduing nervous excitability
irritability nervous exhaustion nenous
erostratlon neuralgia hysteria spasms
horea or St Vitus s Dance and other dis-
tressing nervous symptoms commonly atten-
dant upon functional and organic disease of
the womb. It induces refreshing sleep and
relieves mental anxiety and depondercy.
Even insanity when dependent upon womb
dUuaso is ct.rxl by it.
Dr. Pierce's Fnvorito Prescription is a
scientific medicine carefully compounded by
an experienced and skillful physician and
adapted to woman's delicato organization. It
is purely vegetable in its composition and
perfectly harmless In itsclfects in any condi-
tion of the tu'lem. For morning sickness or
nausea due to pregnancy weak stomach in-
digestion dyspepsia ami kindred symptoms
its uso will provo very beneficial.
Dr. Pierce's Book (IRS pages Illustrated)
on "Woman and Her Diseases" giving suc-
cessful means of Homo Treatment will bo
mailed in plain tnwelope securely sealed
from obterxatlon on receipt of ten cents
VJ 1"- l".MhW" JW IUO "VW 0 MWU.VM.
near the beau or
' this orticlo.
Unlike tiia Dutch Process
are nied In tbe
tchleh it abtnlultlj
pure and soluble.
I Ihatlrenjth ot Cocoa inlreil
i Willi Htarcb. Arrowroot or
i oiiKr rdu jo Jr iuuiv u;v-
nomicii coitinj lets man ont cent a cup.
It Ii delicious oourlsblng and I.liar
Sold by Orortri eitrpihirs.
W. BAKER & CO..DorchesterMass.
Our 1894 Perkins' Steel
GALVANIZED POWER AND
f Wilh GRAPHITE BOXES and
Irlrei tstur.tlorr Wirrant
rorer. sll point. Inteillgiils
before builnr IsUlmniefree.
1 I'KIIKI.MI HI.MI Mll.l.t'llu
ft llrlJ" SI.. AIUbaw.li. 1.4.
tV. Inot)rirH as siioR
I equals cuslora work roilnjr from
' u 10 jo ixi i iu ior ine wooer
i In the worlJ. Niroe nj nrlca
k uml on the bottom. Kitty
i piirwarrsnuu. l ako no .uDtii.
ue. Ace local papers fur rail
deKrf ptloa o r our complete
.line tor iiaic. .na f;rn.
. iicmcn or .ena ior ji
how to or.
der br mill. Poitaee free. Vou can get thUt
bargains of dealers who ptuh our shoes.
ellneher en.nmalla lira. W.rr.nf.rf
niusl losnr Mejels built rtnardleat of price. Cala.
r. At .nil wtnied In .Terr town.
Indiana liicrcle u. o. 10 Z St. Indianapolis Ind
il Pend lorwho aialaiirlr.
iriui nia rars am r n
w wj:n MTAfrMiwr
B sraTMtt.rca.. it ..-
ml WAMW vain i.A.ti.. mii..
B Bert Cwwb Brrup. Tsus (Jw Vat H
HMCN H'lJin.MJ 7 AIIVfllTISKKS rLKASW
tl.la tlist Iu law lbs A4xlUfMat la tl
Vrt oooupriBf r tftet Us
rrt follsrtlny nin V IstertH t4 M.M
Unre r imall ker k Uut It tW
tfrerUM s brsail.
D. U DBNMY
iremoro Ind. T
J. O. E
J. O. HAIiti.
Vlnlto Indian Territory.
uanre on tnri srr.s.
tV) rewanl for eon t lo
tion of theft of Ihes
Vlnlts I. T.
Omneff tai lift ear
Iind.rblt la right
l.nre nsrlh snd sail
lions brsndi O T
Vinlta Intl.Tcr. .
Ilrsnit on hip or kill".
Crop left crop anil nn
G. A. WILLIAMS
Coodys Iiloir Ind. Tor.
some ur.nned A n
left ihonliler on
kills X on hip. Tlanit
son Baiiereei. spruva
Tulsa lad. Trr.
nome iisre oar rrom
point of rlirht blp bona
to root oi tan ;ropanu
amler.blt lefli crop
tuner nn llomlnr
ererk Oispo nation
calt'o fiua encept
W. H. NOBLES
In aseb aar.
Hants. beat. I
Big aiaaa O. X.
Chouteau Ind. Ter.
Circle on M either I U '(ib kldei lafl
... II .l Al... .f.hkM
tip CowaV.es sees i y on sM. as hlpi aora.
branded T o o on left aide llerta brand Oil
tn lertshealdercrtblfb. Bangs on (.hostess.
ind ar;er creeks. w-'
K. . TATXVOS
Peateffleo VlnlU I. T.
left ear as4 srvf
sad aplll la tU
Some cattle 1
tit lo i etbel
heart a La
nil emi Ml
sallaa as Til
P. O. Vlnita Ind. Ter.
Alo soma braided
under slope In
eaco carl rants
a wea tot Chelae.
X. O. ALLB1T
flaav am cm
i Jf e osbo rlrei
Bear tha maaLk
of Cow creek
Mark t Smooth
arepaS ot rtgks
WATT MATE 8
Pryor Creek Ind. Ter.
Some steers branded
stripe acrois tbe nose.
Cows branded LAD
Crop snd split each ear
Range near Prior
P. E. SMITH
Lenapah I. T
tween ii I
oeiarffe Mr Ok
mUvk iadlaa Tar.
BHMtii t lets
HEeTBaW Maf fltSaat
VirUtaV I. T.
Clielsea Ind. Ter.
SMgti wTth J
O. P. WILLIAMS
Miami I. T.
on tow crstk
Hstki Crop right
j Hangs on Whits Osk.
I FJBSit"''Ti aSaBw
KaB tmV 4VoaaT
O. V. ItOOBRS
Clareraora Ind. Ter.
.T n. RTTWARDB.
?. 0. VlnlU Indlea Tenller.
ran and tbltt
rraadtd D a
illo tome J ea
ifl Jaw. B ea
Ida It ea hip
.! ... .u a.m.mi aAk.iatiaa aaT ad
aM stekllsg aa aalrnal la 1bUraad.
Ohelsoa I. T.
tripe aeroae W
Marki Orap off tkd
i vlat. aaaaralana i
I ihe len ear.
west efChaleea. -
Four Mile I. T.
Itanreen Ttm KOa
10 mile eouthe.it a
Che ope Kan. Mark
split la right ee.r
Hone brand It ea lafl
shcul4r no eattk
ald aseept for aklp
J. K. ORUTOHPIBr.n
Inoln I. T
Others hsreSXS a
right side l.rd est
grubbeili nmletblt 1 1 .
lUnro lOmlln lonlh I
B. H. MAYES
l'ryor Greek I. T.
B w al 1 o w .
fork ami nn.
derb.lt In one
In the other.
All rattle ara
biamli-il Q A
sml notch nn
Alio 7 heart
en Irll elite A
O on lft Jsw
A fenr branded J VV E on tide
J. O. HOGAN
Tryor Creek I. T.
Swalloir fork ami
nnderhlt In rlsht ear.
nmiertiopa it leu
Itange on l'rjor
E. B. FRAYSEH
Vinlta I. T.
on Illg Cabin
writ or lllue-
onljr for ship
J. H. BARTLES
itartlesville 1. T.
Nearlr all Iisre r fill hotn tlppad
Adulr I. T.
Orerblt A na.
lerblt In rlghti
tindrrblt In tha
cl AH (connect
ed) on Ihe left
Itange oa Fry.
Kairland Ind. Ter.
8 n rn a ha T a
ami aplll la
slot a In left
weet of Dine.
Jacket Ind. Ter.
W. P. RINGO
Nowata I. T.
bit left i crop
and orer bl
1 1 or- hue
Ihe erne. 1 on
Mark Swallow folk and under- Jlsnge llonb-
bit lertiemooth crop left creek neat
Cattle sold only for ehlpment Nwla febl
JOHNSTONE & KEBLER
UartluBvillo. I T.
OR on right iW-iifm
BH nixie ine Lar J
on rigm l'le with-
on the crote Varl
W our old brand and ear
U inarm ItanKeiin ihe
eron Double creek.
nor so as
O. L. WASHBOURNO
Smooth crop In each
ear nnderblt In right.
Rauge Ilonnd Spring
rralrle.s inllea aatt or
llnrta brand Q on
left Jaw and Ihlgh.
Soma rattle branded
on left blp.
ST. 11KUMAN Chctopa Kan.
Parlor and Bedroom Furniture
t.ar;eat stock In soothe rn ICtniK.
WOOD and METALIO COFFINS.
Practical Embslmari Telegraph orders at-
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET
OF 8T. LOUIS.
THE ST. LOUIS NATIONAL
Located at East St. Louis III.
Directly opnotlta tin city or St Louis liar.
srs for sll detcrlpllon of I.Irs block slants In
siisniisncs ami wiinin me grounds or tha
Ua IeH t
Slock Yerde la a llcef Canning Company Ttltli
a capsclly for alsnghlerlng I bon Lead of cattle
dally and 1'ark I'arklnr Kklabllahnit nil bars
acspaflll lit tUosliinrtna U ouo hogs dtlly
ISAAO H. KNOX Prut
riUao inifi --
Chicago and Alton
Only Stono Ballasted Track!
NO OHANQE OF OAR8
Kansas City 1 Chicago
Kansas City I S. Louis
St. Louis and Coicagc
5o Extra CharffO for raJiflrer
Palaco Recllr.'ng Chair Cars.
FAST VESTIBULED LIMITED TRAINS
Atk yonr own horns ticket agsnt for Jlf Ja
elatheChleaeo A Alton railroad or writs to
D. BOWE8. n'l Weelern r.iienger AgV
Yli SoTih Ii "itdwar. 81. Lools. Mo.
JABEN ClUllhTOS General rsinnr" aad
Tleket Ageut Chicago III.
Missouri Kansas & Toxaa
ra tb. toaai ha;. '"?1"
BOntnetklt nan... . .- - "- r.i aha
to Tesaa. Ina3s on t disp TTatel aa tha
Was tha irtt rsllrosd trar ball! lato inafa
dlan Territory and was tbe flrtt to erots thd
border Into Teiaa and pntb on throagb tM
thrl.lng towns of the etate to salt ."
K ATY Is alwaja tha flrel to get ont of the Ot4
tats and lropror.lt. facllltfea 'or randllaa
patttngsrs and '"lllbt. As the rtrly settler
mored rrom old log cabins to the mora com-
fort. hie roodernltad hoatet sobat tha KATT
adranced and morcd bar puiecgers oat ol
TOskf5ii.er railttosi SloopIaaajCaural
rinett aleeptng car terries la Iks world.
Another d.nr. la Ihe Introdnellon of tha
aamilAS IXPIirsH COUPISI to do the ej-
prees bnelnek. of thla cotnptny Tha aboTe
etprett cnnipejiy eorers lines rrom .the At un-
tie to tbs Qnlr.and none stands higher thaa It.
THE KATY REACHES
From Hannibal abora St. IVoale and Ksneaj
Ulty. to Hon. ton. Teats tlhs head ol : lid.
wster orer Its own ralit and fattei through
Denl.on fihrraiia pallat. Ft. Worth
Waitbitchle llllliboro H.to Temple
Billon T.ilor.Otlatrlllc IlearletU
Battrop Loekhart.Naa Varcte.La
Qnagt lloattea aad Oalreetea
:it throngh QJ3.ZT JTTOITIO
aleepert to i .11
And sffordt comforts snd eonrenleneet te Its
tttrone nneanaled br "nr other Soulhweatara
Ins Any pertont wlthlng to rltlt
it. Louis cnirioo ks8 citt lusiirm
tr the nrndactlTe ptclni and prairies or I8-
lOtUI K1HSIH l.tU Till I.1D11S TIBU1I0BT
ihoold by all meant take tbe
&iaouxiXZaxio Taaca Tly
As It It the moit direct. bett equipped snd rmas
THROUGH WAGNER 8LEGPER8 to all
shore point. Airnotr tiuniin where direct
connection le mads In Union Depots ior all
polntt North Eatt and Watt.
Froe Roollnlng Chair Cora
Ss all Shrosit. ti.lrit For farther Informa-
tion at lo ratee rnntrs maps time labia
tleeplngcar rreerratlona etc. eall on or ad.
drett your nearest ticket agent or
C. P. RCOTOR
Orn'l Ticket Agt
Ktn.as A Ind Trr
Oan'l 1'aae. A Tirkel
Agt. U K AT. n-y
Solid Through Train
rrom Kansas Giiy Ghlcagt
St. Joseph Dtnvtr
St. Paul snd Minneipollt.
Dlnln r.ra. WTH
V.attbuN'1 llrawlnc lloom BlaaplatT CawOj
Uacllnlng chair Care (Seal. tra).
Through Sleeping Cara From
TEXA8 POINTS via HANNIBAL to
Via Missouri Kantsa A Taiss lUnway anl
Chicago Burlington A Qulocy R B.
Onljr On. Change ol Oara to
-avTHE ATLANTIC COA8T-
AND KAOTEItfl POINTS.
M Trains Dally Between ST. LOUIS ST. Al
O PAUL and MINNCAPOLIS. M
" Bleeping Car St. Loul. to Omat...
D. 0. ivns 11. C. ORR
Ocn Pass. A Tkt A'gt Ats.Oan. Pass i'gt
ST. LOUIS MO. KAN. CITY MJ
KANSAS OITY n
Omska Pueblo & Denver.
rnlli&M BsU aiujfef Otn uvl TtM
"wmrmo ohajb a asm
T. LOUIS AND WICHITA.
H. O. TOWK8RN0
Central Faeeugr I
aa4TK.k.lAg.utJy V iT.L0lTrj
A. D. CUBINE
Vaaafaolorae .( aad dealer la
BOOTS AND SHOES
Dom all klads f beet aid
Aee verka mraateelBg a 11
aad (AUs&Uea U mrj f
ibL rrUt dwlriir werlc
(M Miid tbel? naaee a4 ai.
dre aa4 vlll metre elrefei
Ur f ItIb fall dlratlou hew (
MMre the took
J' W. CUBDW hrmum M 4m
K.Hf lf t.r-n k rltUf Ui
" -"- "- f-rr- ..ma .
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Marrs, D. M. The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 12, No. 35, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 3, 1894, newspaper, May 3, 1894; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71331/m1/4/: accessed September 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.