The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 38, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 21, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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It V a Matter or Importance and Annoy-
ance In the Past.
The precedence due to guests was a
matter of vast importance in the 17th
century which the gentleman usher at
Berkeley castle was expected to hare
at his finders' ends. It had become
very complicated under tho common-
wealth. There were peers created by
the king over the water not recognized
at home; there were the members not
peers of Cromwell's upper houso and
titles of his granting which the royal-
ists sniffed at. Mrs. JSUam writes feel-
ingly of the trials of hostesses when
etiquette was reviving a little; neigh-
bors are "so discontented about you
for plase as thay bo never to bo recon-
ciled againe; this is a tliinge I
doe mnch hate. Any one shall
poe before me as will and iff Sir Harry
Blunte axed Harroles (Heralds) before
ho camo downs my Thinkes hcare is
so many burielles aboutc. as none
shoulge thinko of riase." She is very
proud of a new page. "You be to see
the fust of my small oSccr. I thinke
itt may be a prcty site to see him a
Horso-backe and in Hoots for since
he nevore had Boots on before; ho is
to call at Lee for a leter so he is not
to stay longe with yon. This
boy as wo have is goad for nothing but
his Boots and that pleases Pannye
and so becaso ho is pleased I am
pleased. you will be a weary
with reading these scriblod Linos so I
rcste your ever Lovinge Ante E.
Isham." LongmanV 'Magazine.
A Great Matter Thief.
So long as Hind kept to tho road his
life was one long comedy. His wit
and address wero inexhaustible and
fortuno never found him at a loss. He
would avert suspicion with the tune
of a psalm as when habited as a
pious shepard ho broke a traveler's
head with his crook and deprived him
of his horse. An early adventuro was
to force a pof-valiant parson who had
drunk a cup too much at a wedding
into a rarely farcical situation. Hind
having robbed two gentlemen's ser-
vants of a round sum went ambling
along the road until he encountered a
parson. "Sir" said he "I am closely
pursued by robbers. You I dare swear
will not stand by and see me plunder-
ed." Before the parson could protest
he thrust a pistol into his hand and
bade him fire it at the first come?
whilo he rode off to raise the county.
Meanwhile the rifled travelers came
up with the parson who straightway
mistaking them for theives fired with-
out affect and then riding forward
flung the pistol in the face of the near-
est. Thus the parson of the parish
was- dragged before the magistrate
while Hind before his dupe could
furnish an explanation had placed
many a mile between himself and his
adversaries. Macmillan's Magazine.
IIoWi ThU T
Wo oSer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that can not bo
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cbxxet & Co. Props. Toledo O.
IVc the undersigned havo known F. J.
Cheney for tho last 15 years and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their firm.
AVest & Tkclx Wholesalo Druggists To-
Waldixg Kisses & Makyis 'Wholcsalo
Druggists Toledo Ohio.
Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken internally
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of tho system. Prlco 75c per bot-
tle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials
: Hall's Tamily Pills are the best.
TBCEe'eginco charms us by its sudden-
ness and its brevity." ''Yeslisten to the
popping of thoso corks!" Cleveland Plain
Not is lUXGn. "Is anything known of
tho prisoner or his habits?' Officer
".Nothing your honor. He llres opposite
the police station." Judy.
"Pjlvx why did they call Henry of Na-
varre the Plumed Knishtt" "Because ho
was a bird my son." N. Y. Press.
"Cas you cash a check for five dollars?"
"Oh yes." "All right lend me five."
It Is often difficult to convince peo-
ple their blood is impure until dread-
ful carbuncles abscesses boils scrof-
ula or salt rheum are painful proof of
the fact. It is wisdom now or when-
ever there ia any indication of
blood to tako Hood's Sarsaparilla and
prevent such eruptions and suffering.
"I had a dreadful carbuncle abscess
red fiery fierce and soro. Tho doctor at-
tended mo over seven weeks. When the
abscess broke the pains wero terrible and
I thought I should not livo through it. I
beard and read so much about Hood's
Sarsaparilla that I decided to tako it and
my husband who was suffering with
boils took It also. It soon purified oar
built mo up and restored my health so
that although tho doctor said I would not
bo able to work hard. I havo sinco dono the
work for 20 people Hood's Sarsaparilla
cured my husband of tho boils and wo re-
gard it a wonderful medicine." Hits. Assa
Peterson Latimer Kansas. '
Is the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. IL i
11UUU a r lUSeasytooperate. Scents.
The Greatest Medical Discovery j
of the Age.
DONALD KENNEDY of ROXBURY MASS.
Has discovered in one of our common
pasture weeds a remedy that cures every
kind of Humor from the worst Scrofula
down to a common Pimple.
He has tried it in over eleven hundred
cases.and never failed except in two cases
(both thunder humor.) Hehasnowin his
possession over two hundred certificates
of its value all within twenty miles of
Boston. Send postal card for book.
A benefit is always experienced from the I
first bottle and a perfect cure is warranted
when the right quantity is taken.
When the lungs arc affected it causes
shooting pains like needles passing
through them; the same with the Liver or
Bowels. This is caused by the ducts be-
ing stopped and always disappears in a
week after taking it. Head the label. !
If the stomach is foul or bilious it will
cause squeamish feelings at first.
No change of diet ever necessary. Eat
the bsst you can get and enough of it.
Dose one tablespoonful in water at bed-
time. Sold by all Druggists.
' Mill HLLUT ml wait
ma EUE1HH1.CE to
TU.3. sci AU vUrr i
SUES Tree. OnMtFtra. Ko Money to Invest. '
H. Risk. SlltS. EM'S. Itit!ua . Cockfcrt Ills i
A8EfTS MAKE$200opSKSSS; i
taite Srw U Mi rt ia i... -J tMia til " I
&! hOTWfiijfftiOEaAiiKa Wirii i
& SJraiac" Ser.t 15000 Utiles la nxnetly
Kkw Yobs. May 18. It took tho Tost-
al Telegraph Co" exactly four minutes
to send a message from this city to
London and back via Chicago San
Francisco Vancouver Montreal and
Canto. The distance traveled was
more than 13000 miles and tho feat Is
expected to prove the star feature of
the national electrical exposition being
held here It is certainly without any
equal in the history of telegraphy
and was regarded by Chauncoy M.
Depcw as a magnificent illustra-
tion of the progress in electrical
science. This message was penned by
the celebrated orator and after its
fliifht across tho continent and Its re-
turn to the eastern coast and its two
swishes under the Atlantic It was re-
ceived and rewritten by Thomas A.
Edison. It was agreed that the same
message should also fly to the ends of
civilization and after a lapse of ex-
actly 50 minutes It dashed back from
the office to Tokio. It therefore took
less than an hour for It to whiz to
Lisbon under the Mediterranean past
Ecypt and the Indias into tho orient
and to fly back from the land of tho
IRELAND A BANKRUPT.
The 3oted Catholic Prelate InvnlTetl In
XnrYoBK May IS. A Journal spe-
cial from St. Paul states that Arch-
bishop Ireland who three years ago
was worth Sl.500000 is almost bank-
rupt. He admitted that he had been
caught on a large amount of real es-
tate at the end of the boom and that
he had bought property at fieures
which no one else would pay. In no
way will the church be affected di-
rectly but indirectly it means a loss to
the church of a magnificent cathedral
or a well endowed scheol or both. It
has been Ireland's life dream to be
ablo to erect with his own funds and
present to the church a cathedral equal
to if not greater than any in tho
United States. Up to the timo of the
panis of 1S93 everything appeared fa-
vorable to the realization of his dream.
Since then his hopes have received a
scvero shock with tho impairment of
his fortunes yet if there is anything
to be saved of the estate it will be
COAL PRODUCTION IN 1895.
Trodnct We 192431311 Short Tons of a
Valne of 9197572477.
Washington May ia E. W. Parker
statistician of the United States geo-
logical survey has completed the com-
pilation of the statistics of tho coal
production In the United States during
the yenr 1S9S. The total output from
all mines was 17 SOI 742 long tons or
192421.311 short tons having a total
value at the mines of 197572477.
This shows an increase over the pro-
duction of 1S94 of about 19350000 long
tons or nearly 22000000 short tons
and an increase in value of about 811-
500000. The states in which a decreasod
production was shown were: Georgia
Kansas North Dakota West Virginia
and Wyoming. The principal loser
was Kansas. Tho decreases In tho
other states wero slight
DEBS FOR PRESIDENT.
Nominated for That lllch Office by the
Chicago Labor Congress.
CniCACO May li Eugene V. Debs
was named for the presidency of the
United States by tho Chicago Labor
congress yesterday. Tho resolution
provoked a discussion which consumed
threo hours but it was finally adopted
by a slight majority. It was recited
in the resolution that as the corpora-
tions syndicates and trusts aro seek-
ing to havo presidential candidates
nominated who arc in sympathy with
the existing order of industrial things
labor organized and unorganized
should be equally solicitous that a man
bo nominated who is known to bo
friendly to workers and wealth pro-
ducers. A DASTARDLY DEED.
An Objectionable Lover Kills a Father nnd
Wonnde Two honi
Fbesioxt O. May 18. A terrible
tragedy has occurred In Washington
township this county fivo miles west
of this city. Jacob Hess was shot and
instantly killed and his sons Alvin
and Reuben fatally wounded by Louis
Billow who first tried to blow up the
Hess residence with dynamito car-
tridges. Part of the house was wrecked.
ISillow was a suitor for tho hand of
Hess' daughter but met with parental
opposition and swore vengeance. Ue
has not been apprehended.
ENTIRE FAMILY KILLED.
A Cyclone FMsea Through One Corner ot a
Bextox Ky. May 18. A terrible cy-
clone passed over the northwest cor-
ner of this county yesterday nbout one
o'clock doing damage to everything
in its path. At Klva It tore down the
house of Anderson Jones and killed
the entire family consisting of Jones
aged 80; his wife aged 55 his eldest
child a son 17 years old and two girls
one 10 and the other 12.
Train Wrecker Caoae Three Deaths.
Milwaukee May 18. Ties piled
on the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul
railroad at Waldo derailed a south-
bound freight train last night. En-
gineer John O'Connor of Green Hay
Ilrakeman Emil Casper of Milwaukee
and John Miller a tramp were killed
and Louis Tennis fireman and Gen.'
Turbin a tramp injured.
Jndge Gibson Ont of It.
Kansas Cut Ma May IS. Judge
James Gibson has published a letter
declining to allow the use of his namo
for the democratic nomination for gov-
ernor. His reasons are personal. This
leaves State Treasurer Lon Stephens
as the only announced candidate now
in the field.
lllryelre aa llaccage.
New Yoke May 18. Tho governors
of many states in response to an in-
quiry from the cycling authorities here
express themselves favorable to a bi-
cycle baggage bill such as passed re-
cently in New Yorlc
live Hundred Men Laid Off.
New Havex Conn. May 1& Over
500 employes of the Winchester Re-
peating Arms Co. havo been indefi-
nitely laid off. Slack work is as-
signed as the cause. They will be idle
several weeks at least. Part of the
factory is still running but few of the
departments are running full timo.
An Kmbezzllns Treannrcr enteneeil.
Omaha Neb. May 18. Henry ltolln
the embezzling treasurer of Omaha
has been sentenced to ID years in the
penitentiary and to pay 5210000 fiue
that being double the amount he ij
convicted of embezzling.
Idaho KepQbllcnn Slay Holt.
Tocateixo Ida. May IS. The re-
publican state convention voted down
a resolution which pledged the delega-
tion to abide by the action of the na-
tional convention. This victory for
PuboSs was received with cheers and
that senator's delegation was then
elected without instructions.
Tiro Hundred African Killed.
TiBASS Coast of West Africa May 18.
An explosion at Uida In Nupe coun-
try on lbs Nliror rjver has rosed to
the ground the palace of itftr JlcleUI
eqd 1)5 It Hied 8W ocoplp.
At Least the Story Almat It Is Womlcr-
Most people lintc heard of the hang-
ings gardens of Babylon the modern
roof gardens and the gardens or float-
ing Islands in which u-gctablcs ummI to
1-e grown for the citizens of nuclent
Mexico but probably few have hoard of
a garden on Board n ship with farm-
yard attachment. The splendid ship
Mow ban now in port and the largest
icsscl which has eer been here had
tiich an arrangement on board dining
her trip to Oregon. On leaxing ltelfast
for Portland she took on bonnl as bal-
last 2000 tons of Irish soil which when
levclrd off made quite n. bt retch of
ground and as the soil of Ireland is
procrbial!y fertile the ship's company
proceeded to put It to good use by plant-
ing a stock of garden truck in it cnl-
bages leeks turnips radishes lettuce
peas beans etc The seeds came up all
right and the plants flourished finely
nnd when the ship was In the tropics
grew with great rapidity. As they
progressed towerd the Horn and tlu
weather grew colder things came to
perfection rapidly. The crew and
ship's apprentices nnniscd theinsehes
by weeding nnd cultivating the plants
nnd the captain and officers tool:
regular walks In the garden dally and
all had green vegetables to their hearts'
As thpy enme around the Horn the
garden was replanted nnd by the time
they reached the equator everything
was abloom and all hands feasted on
fresh vegetables daily. The only draw-
backs to the garden were the weeds
which grew so rapidly that they could
hardly be kept down and the drove of
pigs which were kept in the farmyard
attachment and which on several oe-
casionsvvhen the ship wns bucking into
a nor'easter and rolling heavily brok-;
out of the bounds and made serious
inroads on the garden. ItisasoriotH
matter to call all hands on board ship.
and is only done in emergencies but
when the pigs got into the garden thcro
was more pounding on forecastle scut
tles and handspikes and blowing of
boatswain's whistles than if the ship
had been laid aback by typhoon or all
the masts had been carried away and
every sleeper was aroused to help get
the pig-s out of the garden.
The last pig was killed and served up
with green vegetables just before the
Mow linn entered the Columbia. On the
arrival of the Mow ban here the Irish
soil wns discharged on the elevator
company's dock and piled up neatly so
that any exiled patriot who desired a
bit of the "ould sod" can be accommo
dated. The pile will doubtless be cov-
ered with shamrocks In the spring and
will furnish boutonnlercfi for . whnlu
St. Patrick's dav procoslon. Doub'-
le-"S innnv a sack of It w III Ixv carried iT
to fill flower lots etc. Although it
comes from the "black north" It Is still
the real "ould sod." Portland Ore-
An nmusing story is told of an Eng'
lish oflicer who determined to enter
Chinese Tibet by stratagem. He man-
aged to cross the frontier at night and
-o escaped the guard. On the follow ing
day however while the oflicer was
journeying deeper Into Tibet the Tib-
etan soldiers overtook him and in-
formed him that ns the country was
unsafe b'cau-e of roblers they would
go with him in order to protect him;
to which arrangement the traveler was
compelled to agree. In a few hours
they came to the river which wa3
crossed by a rope bridge. The Tibetans
l-asscd over first in ouler to show that
the bridge was safe and then the ofli-
cer got into the nooc and was pulled
along by the Tibetans. Suddenly hovv-
cver they ceased pulling nnd left tho
Englisman hanging in midair above
the rushing torrent. In vain th officer
ihouted to the Tibetans to pull; they
merely smoked and nodded thii heads.
Three hours passed and still the oflicer
hung above the torrent. At last the
TilK'tans agreed to pull him back If
he. would leave Tibet immediately.
This of course he was compelled todo
nnd took his departure from the for-
bidden land. Gentleman's Magazine.
A llrave Officer Auivrr.
Iluring Napoleon's campaign in Rus
sin a young oflicer was very successful
in defeating with a handful of men
n large body of Cossacks who had been
skirmishing along the line for som
dnys doing considerable dnmage. The
oflicer risked his life In a daring deed
of bravery and Napoleon hearing of
it sent for him and prnlscd him.
'Sire" said the oflicer "1 am happy
for your praise but the cross of tho
Legion of Honor would make inc hap
"But you are very young" said Na-
poleon. "Sire" answered the brave officer
"w c do not live long in your regiments."
Harper's Round Table.
The General In Ilia Own County.
Sir Ev elyn Wood V. C tells this story:
An entertainment was given in hu
honor nt his Norfolk home on his re-
turn from Egypt. Among the crowd
n&seiublcd on the occasion was the wife
of an agricultural laborer. She was
very eager to know Sir Evelyn Wood
and a bystander pointed him out to her.
"What!" she exclaimed in amueiuent
' that little man Gen. Wood! Why my
ovvd man could clout (thrash) him
easily." "Never" said Sir Evelyn as
he concluded his story "had I felt more
humiliated in my life." Westminster
THE GENERAL MARKET.
Kansas Citt. Ma May Ml
CATTLE-IJcst beeves 1 1 SIM
Mocker 3 TS 4J 3 9)
Native cows S 40 S 81
HOGS-Chotcc to heavy 3 07' J 4 3 9)
WHEAT Xo. : red 6J 41 6J
Xo.2hard M J &5K
CORX No. ! mixed !"& 3
OATS No. S mixed 10 fi 16
RYE No. 3 31 O 33
FLOCK Patent per sack 1 ) 2 10
Fancy 1 7S ft 1 Si
HAY Choice timothy II 0 U CO
Fancy rralrle 7 0) it 7 10
IlRAX-(Sacked) 40 41 SS
UDTTEU-Cholco creamery .. 13 11
CHEESE Full cream. UMXi 1IJ
EOGS-Cholce 7 tt 7!J
POTATOES 15 21
CATTLE Native and shipping 3 2V 4 30
Texans. 2 6V . 3 W
HOGS -Heavy 3 01 t( 3 2i
SHEEP Fair to choico 2 81 3 10
FLOUIt-Choico 2 2. H 2 6J
WHEAT No. : red. 61'i
CORN-No. 2 mixed. !.!1 21!i
OATS-No. 2 inlied 1 lS'i
HYE No.i 30 M
HUTTER-Creamcry- II I7SJ
LAUD Western mess. 4 35 4 !
CATTLE Common to prime... 3 4) 4 30
HOGS Packing and shlppln;. 3 3i K 3 10
SHEEP Fair to choice 2 SO I 00
FLOUR Winter wheat 3 50 3 W
WHEAT No. 2 red 6 7
CORN No. 2 I'SJi'4 30
OATS No. 2 IS 4 20
HU ITER Creamery II l
LARD 4 SS a 4 SO
PORK 7 i7Htt 7 9:'S
CATTLE-Natlvo S'eerv 3 M ?i 4 15
IIOHS-Gooil to Choice 3W C 3 il
FLOUR -Good io Choice 3 7V 31
WHK.Vr-No.2red i 0
COKV-Noi 'i 3-
oats-no.; w-fi 21
l!UTTni:-Cremf?....... II It
t'Onft-NfW. .... 6 b) KIQH
The. pleasant effect and jiet feet safety
with which ladies may use Sy. nip or Kips
uudcr nil conditions makos it Ui eir ravorito
remedy. To get tlio true inI genuine
article look for tho namo of tho California
Fig Bvrup Compiny printed no: tr tho bot-
tom ot" tlio package rorsaloby nllrcspon-
"Mauiib your father says he ctmnot af-
ford to dress vou as a summer ciru this sea
son' "All risht mammy. Get ui l a tailor-
gown and n bloomer sua and I'll t tar as an
athletic girl." Detroit Free Press.
The Lainiuliry Department
Ot tho human sv.cm Is the sromach. In
conscqnenic of its activity tho hotly is su-
plicd with the elcmentsot lmiie lirain nerv-
ous and muscular ti'suc. When indigestion
impsdeslts functions thebettngentforim-
pr.rtlng a healthful imivctns to its op-rations
is Hostcttcr's Stomach JJItters also a cura-
tivo for malaria bilious and kidney 'com-
ulaint nervousness and constipation.
lin Is nood-uaturcd i3 hoi" "Good-
natured I Why I havo known that man to
waarasmilinijfaco wlicu ho was speaking
sf taking off a porous plaster!" Boston
Fits stopped freo by Dr. ICline's Grcil
Ktrvc Restorer. No fits afterfirst day's uo
Marvelous cures. Treatise and fj trial hot- (
tie free. Dr. Kline. SOI Arch tU. Phila. Pa.
"Invvrdonc nothing but blush all day"
somplaincd the rose '-and still that idiot of
& poet coes on talklm: of tlio modest v olet
as if tlicro wero not others." Cincinnati
Piso's C'uro for Consumption relieves the
most obs'inato couphs. itnv. II. Ilccu-
MLEiXEit Lexington ilo. Fob. 24 1M.
AirrisT "How do you hlio my now pic-
ture?" Friend "IJo assured 1 shall al-
ways esteem you ns a man." Fuegendo
How Jlr Thhovt IlriiTst Why don't you
oso Hales lloncv of Horchound and Tar!
Piko TootUddiol)rops Curo in ouo minute.
Sleep linscrs all our lifetime about our
eye as nitjht hovers all day in the bough of
tho lir tree. Emerson.
ASK FOR THE BEST AND YOU'LL
ASK FOR AYER'S
"Contains More Flesh Form-
ing Matter Than Beef." .
'j I That is what an eminent physician
i says of good cocoa. The Cocoa
n made by Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
Dorchester Mass. is the best.
tA See that Imitations are not palmed off on you.
K "Judgment! !". " jj
V - - KS 3
The umpire now decides that
"RATTLE AX" is not only
decidedly bigger in size than any
other 5 cent piece of tobacco; but the
quality is the finest he ever saw and
lie flavor delicious. You will never
know just how good it is until
you try it.
PJjT QDfpCQ and other cuts hythocnlEW.
Pn'l IHIK.UU I r niUCu concern that ccr voluntarlhk --. -j-. . p
Tc Kl (HI Mv. reduced prices cr in re 'cnt tunes originated a newH. f1 r' I n ff 1 1 (T h ri C 1 1 TD
F ooAAjBJWMiJclints.lmc'onac"oun0'w Inch and the gomlBk GHSAT IIIIULIg!! IIUULC
m -QPiff Wl JRfiiRtL vorld'yinJinid Lir.incbi. It prepays freichtL
M- Ja? frSwJjlHSffi '' " r iniUtor'miy nt i"10 'aBj TANSAS CITY C
k A. v bh aL 19 AvtaA .A 3 a tJt I ' ' I V YLlI M T 1 1 M
CUStS Wrttk!: HI fist WIS.
ouih wra1. tbucii Vow. UfO
jime. poui rTorcrfttn'n.
EotMajTsosn44enly ana comjletely
e disables the nnscles us 0
I STIFF NECK
g and nothing so promptly S
ISS-'tSS ST JACOBS 0IL
A SHINING EXAMPLE of what
may be accomplished by never vary-
ing devotion to a single purpose is
seen in the history of the McCormick
Harvesting Machine Co. Chicago.
For 65 years they have simply been
building grain and grass-cuting ma-
chinery and while there are probably
forty manufacturers in this line it is
sate io say that the McCormick
Company builds one-third of all
the binders reapers and mowers used
throughout the entire world.
You are fcoond to succeed in
making; HIRES Rootbeer if you
follow the simple directions. Easy
to make delightful to take.
M 1. nlr M The narV T. nir. C rbll&fctrUs.
X Sc pck&ct iule A saUoti- Soil rTtrjvbezY.
Tijr IPri rOC "ErKinnn.vn
I nt ILihLto Ke" nillt- b"r-
CTVhl rnn.litin-i -n.in
nothing but waW. cmillng hwnff rfoie by rraratin.
SrittUMmpforpa ixnUn. Incurs lffanf- Uonfarf
hctkiuiutub co sr. iaiim. mo. 1 Agenis YYdnicQ
AND YOU'LL GET
remedy with a record : sjk
years of cures.
nnillU sii.1 WHISKY laMU cured ncoksrn!
U iUftl lutiL ur. . . r.iwuir. tusii u.
A. N. K. D
imnr tTutTt.tafo AiivKiinsi.iw riuwii
flaietk4l j .at tt? Adfti'.i.:t la UI
d UUMjUr JA
D. M. MARRS & CO
TOWN LOTS BOUGHT
Conveyances Made Etc.
CORRECT CITY PLAT
Can save you money in
buying- city property.
Upstairs in Skinner Bld'g.
AN IDEAL FAMILY MEDICII
for iaaicetlnf ltiuoasnrcs.
IlCftdarhe. Catlpclto JUd
CornotcxUn. Uffrntlr Ureatb
and all dUnnlrn oX tU pytp-yh.
(. irenuxjr. promptly renff.
(llreftlon follows their . SOld
pj crnjrains or Knt by malL
mi'ANK Clir.MICW. CO.. tOPnnnHs
J B. & G. II SPANGLE
Vsboi&lB Bsma Iliautl1
ARE NOW OPEN.
Ginger Ala. Champagne Cldar
Soda Water of All Kinds.
Carbonated Soltzor Watoi
r.r ti: c
i net Soda ana Uhocolsia
Jtrj Tflr ffrralfut Dvltk
Sherry and Blackberry Wlno
All floods Mac3 from S ricly
Pure Sufc&r and F:uil Juices
800 DOSEN QUARTS PER DAT.
Tr4 Frtia itorroandlaf Tonni Selleltei.
' If not your conscience demands
that you frotl 1ks with
! DR. JOS. HAAS'
Hog and Poultry Remedy
Only lnallhy liojis tnnkc lit nlthy pork It
i. tho key to rcorotnlcal fi-i-dinc. causing
fcHXl 10 bocomertcd lutollcsh with the lca.st
I ORDER NOW
If you want to
Endorsed by the great breeders and feeders.
Ucwnre at Substitutes and Imitations.
For Sale by Lee Barrett3
Vinita Ind. Ter.
DDITP5' Cans. 23 lb. SliM; 1 lb.
fK.1 liO. 5-fl. Packaj;i-. jifo. S1.25.
and J0c. each. The Irrpest ato tho cheapest.
Circular contalnstiMlmnnlalo. llosolojty'
a pamphlet on swine mailed for 2 cent stamp.
Wall orders haw prompt attention. IS
JOS. HAAS V.S. Indianapolis Ind.
FAST THROUGH TRAINS
St Louis and Kansas City
THE BEST LINE
ST. LOUIS AND KANSAS CITY TO
MONTANA COLORADO NE.
BRASKA UTAH AND
Vesiibuled Trains with Sleepers Chair
1 Gars (r'cT) and Dining oars.
Kansas City to Eastern Cities
via Chicago or Peoria.
L. W. Wakeley C. P. A.
ST. LOUIS MO.
Howard Elliott Cen. Mgr.
! ST. JOSEPH MO.
L. J. Brlcker T. P. A.
KANSAS CITY. MO
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars & Free
Reclining Chair Cars
ST. LOUIS & WICHITA.
H. C. TOWflSEHD
Qeo'l Tass'r & TIcKat Agt.
5T LOUIS .I0.
Are growing a full line of
Apple Peach Pear Plum
Cherry and other fruit
trees together with
If you want to plant a few trees
or a large orchard it will pay you
to visit these Nurseries and select
what you want or write for prices
and order what you want.
Address vinita Nurseries
Vinita Ind. Ter.
Not occupying more space than
the fir'-t following will he inserted
at So.CO per year. Th"e verdict of
men owning large or email herds
is that it pays to advertise the
Chelsea I. T.
Strip icrois the rnrnp.
Mark. Crop off th
right nnderdop In
the Irft ear.
Hange. fonr mllea
Wftt of Cheltea.
J. H. BARTLES BartlosvIUe L. T
Texas cattle are steer
only nil in tnW brand
Home mark nnd brand.
all rexe ami cradci ot various Texas brands
cattle. ?larlr. crop andtrarious cir mirks tip
split In each eir. lot right horn cut off
Any Information of cattle off my range will
be gladly received and favor returned.
D. L. DENNY
Clarcniore Intl. Ter.
-. Either aide.
Kaiige 9 mllea en.t
of Latoo.a .
J. O. HALL
Vinita Ind. Ter.
Knngeon Carl creek.
tin reward for convic-
tion of theft of these
Brand on hip or aid.
Crop left crop and
KDge on White Oak
G. A. 'WILLIAMS
liuby I. T.
Some branded X on
left ahonlder - on
Ida Xn hip. HDge
on Salt creek.
W. H. NOBLES
Knrse brand aama
In eacn far
Range head nl
Ulg creek C.S
and a jtlt In
slope In lelt.
ivet uf Ulne
W. P. BINQO
Nowata Ind. Ter.
Alio Zii On
bit and nnder-
bit Irlt. crop
and over bit
thecrosa I on
1 1. ft shonlder.
Mark Swallow fork and nnder- J-ange. Uunb-
billrft; smooth crop left " ntr
Cattle solil only lor shipment. -"!.
JOHNSTONE & KEELB
Kartlcsville 1. T.
on right aide:
tome have the
-"-- bar J on right
side withont the cross.
Various old brands
on the ne-t ld of
Caney river un .Juub!u
Tr) or Creek Ind. Ter.
Some steers branded
Cows branded LAD
Crop anil split eacli
ear Range near Try-
J. T. McSPADDEN
Postoflico at Chelsea Ind. Ter.
Close crop off If rt ear;
overblt in right
Also j c on nip or
j right able.
r-nt al ml!- wtt
a. V. BOGERS
Claremore Tod. Ter.
on left hip.
lala. J. B. EDWARDS.
Postofllce Spavlnaw Ind. Ter.
Ranse on Lynch
CTopand aplit right
overblt lelt. Some
brandH 3 n on lelt
hip and aide Also
some J on left Jaw.
Bon aide. B on hip.
Only beer eattlesolil.
Will par eaurewani - ...
fnrronvletlon of anyone atrallnfc- an nlmal
In thla braniK
Four Mile I.T
Wm It.V.m'ffj- V
Range on Fonr Mile
10 mllea southeast or
Cnetopa Kan. Mark
split In right ear.
llorae brand Don left
shoulder. Ho cattle
aold except for shipment.
s. ir. MAYES
Pryor Creek Ind. Ter.
fork and ni-
ilerbit In one
In the othrr
All cattle are
branded S A
and notrh on
. i.f .i.i
O u Uft Jaw A f.w branded JWE W.
J. C. HOG AX
Pryor Creek Ind. Ter. x
Swallow fork snot
nndeiblt In right ear
Bangs on Pryor
E. B. FRAYSEK
Vinita I. T.
on ni? Cabin
creek. 7 mlle6
won of Bine-
Jscket. Cattle of this
onlv for ship-
mt. Slon ri-ward
Adair Ind. Ter.
Overblt A nn-
derblt In right
swallow fork A
nnderbit In th
ed AH (connect-
ed) on the left
Range on Pry- -or
C. L- WAS3B0URNE
Southwest City Mo.
Smooth crop In eiek
ear. nnderbit in right.
Kanlge Round Sprlnjr
Horse braad O
left Jaw and thigh.
Soma cattle brande
on left nip.
N. SKTHNEB Vinita Ind. Ter.
B. R. TATX.OR
rostofflcr- Vinita I. T.
Smooth crop la
and split In tha
Some eattla la
brands 4 marks.
Barge on Lo-
cust cresk fonr
mllea i.e. or Vi-
nita. O. HAYDEN.
Chouteau Ind. Ter.
a on left aids.
Horse brand C H
Range: On Chon-
isu and Pryor eiocka
W. N. STEWART
Brand Is U S
Viuita I. T.
on left hip.
Crop and two
splits In each
west or vi-
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET
OP ST. LOUIt.
THE ST. LOUIS H1TI01UL
Directly opposite the citr of St I-onls. Bay-
ers tar all description of Lite Stock always in
attendance and within the grounds of ths
Slock Yrd U n Beef Canning Company with
rsparltr .t slanghterlngS COOhesd of cattle
InM d Pork Packing establlshmenta havo
a capacity for slaughtering- U.Oirt hogs dally.
O G KNOX. Vice-Pros.
OHAS. T. JONES Supt.
T. HERMAN Chetopa Kan.
Parlor and Bed Room Furniture.
Larger. Mock In Soathsra Knni.
Wood & Metalic Coffins
Practical embalmcrs. Telegrapti orders at-
Yonraddrtn. with six rent!
in sumps nulled to out Head-
quarters II Elist St. Bcilsa.
hiss. will brtsg you a full iioa
cf samples and rules for sclf-
raeisurtment of car justly fa-
mous S3 pants : Suits J 13.23 ;
Overcoats 1 10.23 and up. Cut
toordjr. Agents nsattd every.
H ?l?M M k
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Marrs, D. M. The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 38, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 21, 1896, newspaper, May 21, 1896; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71438/m1/4/: accessed November 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.