The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 46, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 16, 1896 Page: 4 of 4
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The Sea Gull It a Benefactor.
The sea gull is doubly the benefac-
tor of man. It not only follows the
plow (ou farms near the sea coast) in
order to cat the freshly-turned jrrnbs
but it scours the surface of the sea
near the shore and frequents harbors
to seize on floating garbage dead fish
or other putrefying morsels. The serv-
ice of these birds hare saved many a
seaport town and village round which
they hover from plague and pesti-
lence. Yet every year they are massa-
cred by the thousands for idle and
cowardly sport or for the sake of their
wings to be used in millinery. Their
eggs are plundered wholesale for- mu-
seums and to fill the shop windows of
naturalists. One man boasted a year
a?o that he had killed 4000 kittiwake
gulls in a single season with his own
gun and an order was given and exe-
cuted from one London house for 10-
000 pairs of wings. At this rate gulls
must soon disappear altogether. The
carrion crow the raven and others
which follow their example more or
less confer an immense boon on man-
kind. Sparrows clear the gutters and
places which they inhabit from a vast
quantity of scattered fragments.
Though too small to be seen these un- j
fcavury morscis wouia soon uecouie
dangerous to human life and health.
Dreams as Warnlnc.
If science has dispelled such old
wives' fables as that to dream of a
marriage signifies death or to dream I
of a cat means an enemy she has added
to the subject mysteries of her own.
One scientist systematized these subtle
premonitions to make them available
for use and guidance. To quote his
Lively dreams arc a sign of the ex-
citement of nervous action.
Frightful dreams are a sign of deter-
mination of blood to the head.
Dreams in which one imagines pain
or injury to any part of tho body indi-
cate disease of the part.
Dreams of distorted forms are a sign
of obstruction or disease of tbe liver.
To dream of fainting indicates a
weak action of the heart.
Gentle pleasant dreams are a sign
of a slight irritation of the head but
in nervous fevers often indicate the
approach of a favorable crisis.
Dreaming is an experience common
to humanity though it varies widely
in different individuals and in a few
exceptional cases is absolutely un-
known. N. Y. Journal.
An Dp To Date Detective.
Good service has at times been ren-
dered in cases of riot or mob rule by
the use of water from a hose pipe.
The very latest and most novel disor-
der queller however is the electric
searchlight. A manufacturer in Lan
cashire England whose men
struck -was determined to keep his
mill running and he promptly secured
new hands and set them to work. At
the same time he fixed a searchlight
on the factory buildings to prevent
me sinners irom setting nre to me
Krioric ri-i.tri fni- f hit new hnniW Tn-
sneas erectea tor me new nanas. urn-
the strikers from setting fire to the
ing the continuance of the strike this
light was used nightly in conjunction
with the police established in tho
works to scour the country and to il-
luminate the part where pickets were
placed. It was found so effective that
a large number of temporary police
were dispensed with. Argosy.
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Cars of luxurious pattern to St. Louis;
Standard Sleepers free Chair Cars and
Dining Cars to Chicago.
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Eli to Chicago and via the Yes tibulcd Lim-
ited to St. Louis.
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Ocean mariners yachtsmen commercial
and theatrical agents end tourists testify
to the protective potency of this effective
safeguard which conquers also rheuma-
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TormturEXT is but tho atmosphere of
character while its groundwork in nature
is fixed and unchangeable. A. Helps.
Pisos Cure for Consumption has no equal
as a Cougu medicJce. F. M. Abbott SS3
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Excursion Train and a
Twenty-KIcht Teople Killed Oatrlcht and
Firtj-One Injnred Slauj of Whom Will
Die responsibility for tbe Accident
Keats on Unglnecr Montgeinery.
Omaha Neb. July 13. A
loaded excursion train and a fast
freight on tbe Northwestern road col-
lided shortly after six o'clock Saturday
evening near Logan la. 2S people
were killed and 51 injured. Many of
the latter will die. Omaha was a city
of mourning yesterday. The bright
Sabbath morning brought the full
realization of the greatest catastrophe
that ever wreaked death and desola-
tion iu the hearts and firesides of its
people. No part of the city was spared.
There arc broken homes and bleeding
hearts everywhere and sorrow reigns
supreme. Twenty-four dead are iden-
tified and the remains of the others
are so badly mutilated that identifica-
tion is hardly possible all semblance
of humanity being crushed out of the
It took much time to prepare the in-
jured for their journey to this city. It
was necessary to transport them a con-
siderable distance after their wounds
were dressed. Owing to the number
it took still more time for the physi-
cians even though they worked as
hard and fast as they could to adjust
the bandages and to tenderly dress the
gaping wounds that caused men worn-
cn and children to scream in the loud
est tones in their supreme agony.
Of the moro seriously injured some
will die some will hold their beds for
weeks and months some arc in com-
parison but slightly injured. The
wounds range from surface cuts to in-
ternal injuries which must result in
The responsibility for the accident
rests on Engineer Montgomery of the
' ill-fated excursion train. His orders
i were to wait at Logan for the fast mail
' and fast freight. He started his train
out immediately after the mail passed
forgetting about the freight. The
head end collision occurred SO minutes
later ou a curve. The heavy freight
passed partially over the passenger.
All the people killed were in the front
coach of the excursion train.
M'KINLEY ON FINANCE.
The Republican Nominee for President Re-
ceive the Foraker Clnb.
Cantos 0.July 13. In a speech to
the Foraker club which visited him
Saturday ex-Gov. 'William Mckinley
i trlotlc people of this country a responsibility
ana a duty greater thanttnt ofanyslnco tbe
civil war. Than It was a struggle to preserve
tbe government of tho United States. Now It
Is a struggle to preserve the financial honor of
the government of the United States. Then It
was a contest to savo the union. Now It it. a
U-4U- A ? WA MUllUP t0 MA.IU PltAM t Al
i ' " "nn uoiu. iutus-o.-
tIoa arrayed asalnst section. Sow men of
. .. r. .. . .. . ..
) the repudiation of our obligations and the de-
I basement of our currency. In this content ra-
trlotism Is above party and national honor is
dearer than any party name. The currency
and credit of the government are good now
and must be kept good forever.
Oar trouble is not with the character of tho
money that we have but with the threat to de-
base it. We have the same currency that wo
had in 1832 good the world over and unques-
tioned by any people. Then too we had
unexampled credit and prosperity. Our
difficulty is to get that money in cir-
culation and invested in productive en-
terprises which furnish employment to Amer-
ican labor. This Is Impossible with tho dis-
trust that hangs over the country at the pres-
ent time and ever; effort to make our dollars
or any one of them worth less than 10 cents
each only serves to increase that distrust.
what wc want is a sound policy financial and
industrial which will irlre eonrare and confi
dence to alt for. when that Is done tho money
cow unempioycd-bccausc of fear for the future
and lack of confidence In Investment will
Quickly appear in the channels of trade.
Gentlemen the employment of our Idle
money the idle money that wc already have-
la gainful pursuits will put every idle man la
the country at work and when there is work
there is wages and when there are work and
wages there are consumers who constitute tho
best market for the products of our country.
Marin. lpstrovNt rinsinoss nnrl rnnflilitip
by a free trade policy.lt is now proposed to
make things still worso by entering upon an
era of depreciated currency. Not content with
the inauguration of tho ruinous policy which
has brought down the wages of tho laborer
and tho price of farm products its ad-
vocates now offer a new policy which
will diminish the value of the money in
which wages and products are paid. Against
both of these we stand opposed. Our creed
embraces an honest dollar aa untarnished na-
tlonal dollar adequate revenues for uses of the
government protection to labor and industry. '
preservatioa of the home market and reciproc-
ity which will extend our foreign markets.
Upon this platform wo stand and submit Its
declarations to the sober and considerate judg-
ment of tho American people. I
Politicians In Washington 1'rep-iro a Table
Which Gives 131 Votes Doubtful.
Washington July 13. There are 444
1 votes in the electoral college and 223
is necessary to elect As soon as tho
1 democratic ticket was completed poli-
ticians familiar with the politics of the
I different states started to figuro on
the probable vote. The following
j table was regarded as conservative:
I McKinlcy Connecticut 6; Delaware. 3;
Maine C Massachusetts. IS. New Hampshire.
4. New Jersey 10 New Yort Sfl; Ohio 13
Pennsylvania 33 Rhode Island. 4: Vermont 4:
Washington. 4; Wisconsin 13. South Dakota
4: total 161.
Bryan Alabama ItArUansas. S;Colorado 1:
Georgia. 13 Idaho. 3: Louisiana S Mississippi.
9. Missouri 17 Montana 3; Nebraska 8.
Nevada.;. North Carolina 11: North Dakota
' 3: South Carolina 9; Tennessee II; Texas. 15;
Utah. 3. Virginia. U; Wyoming. 3; total 159.
' Doubtful California : Illinois. 54. Indiana.
15: Iowa 13. a Kansas 9: Kentucky 13;
Maryland. 8. Michigan. 14! Minnesota "J Ore-
j gon. 4. West Virginia 6; total lit
WENT OVER THE DAM.
I rrlglitful Accident on the Kair ltlverat
j lawrence rour Drowned.
! IiAwnn:-ci5 Kan. July 13. L. G
Study and his family went over tho
dam in the river in a boat yesterday
evening and were drowned. They
were rowing when by some means the
boat became unmanageable and went
over the dam. Mr. Study his wife '
and child and the infant child of Mrs.
Hook his sister who was visiting thero
were drowned. Mrs. Hook and one of
the Study children were saved. The
bodies have not been recovered.
To Makei All the Sugar YTei L'ae.
Kew York July 13. Claus Sprcck-
els the sugar king of California with
his wife and daughter arrived here
from Europe last night by the Ameri-
can liner St. Louis. lie intends to
open a new sngar factory on tho Pa-
cific coast which by means of im-
I proved machinery will produce 3.C00
' tons of sugar a day at a cost
1 of over 12000 which will bo
j be paid to the beet farmers of Cali
fornia and neighboring states. Mr.
Spreckels declared that hereafter all
the sugar used in the country will bo
raised here and made out of beets.
bpaniarrls In a I'anlc.
Ket West Fla. July 13. Advices
from Havana state a panic prevails in
the Spanish army in consequence of
me vernoie increase oi yeiiow iever in
the last four days.
It is estimated
the cases prove
fully 40 per cent cl
fatal. In Santiago de Cuba there arc
4500 soldiers in the hospitals.
lllmetalllc Union for ltryan.
Chicago July 13. (Jen. A. J. War-
ner president of the Ilimctallic uniou
says the union will issue an address to-
day calling on all men to support the
ticket am' platform of the democratic
convention jus adjourned.
A MILLION FOR SIGHT.
Charles Itnius tbe .Voir York Mltl'onalre
Offrra a ltcrral 1 ce f ur ltestorcd Kye-
sZcbt. New York July 14 For the restora-
tion of sight to his rapidly-failing eyes
Charles Ilroadway Kouss a millionaire
of this city will pay 51000000. This
offer is open to anyone who may wish
to try man woman or child. Mr.
Ilouss first became alarmed for his
eyes about two years ago when his
: sight began to fail very rapidly.
He consulted all tho noted eye spe-
cialists but without relief. Mr. Rouss
then determined he would try a new
way of solving the problem and
offered the 51000000 to any one who
could make him see as clearly as he
did five or six 3-ears ago. The result
of this proceeding was as might have
been expected. Medical people of every
school cla'r-orants faith healers.
Christian sc.cntists spiritualists In-
dian doctors end cranks of all
sorts havo poured letters in
upon the blind man by the thou-
sand. Scores have called in person
and others have sent their agents.
Mr. Rouss docs not try all the cures
that are offered him. Indeed he trie:
only those which commend themselves
to his judgment but as yet he has
failed to find one that has had the
least effect upon the ruined nerve.
STEVENS TO HAUGHAWAUT.
One rromlnent A. I. A. Leader Threatens
Another with a I.lbrl Salt.
Kansas City Mo. July 14. Judg
J. II. D. Stevens of St. Louis a mem-
' ber of the national executive com m it-
i tee of the American Protective asso-
ciation said yesterday:
I Several weeks azo Mr. T. It Haughawaut ol
Carthage. Mo . made the sta'ement that ccr-
t lain nicmtcr of ibe national A. 1. A commit-
i tee that went to sec Mr. MrKinlcvhud received
a payment of JVKM each for maklns n certain
' renorL It is a libel and an Infamous slanJer
j on the members of the committee ana he will
I cither hate to come out with an ample apology
to Ibe order and to me personally or he will be
made defendant in a suit tor slander. Mo says
he has the rrcof in his pocket. Now ho will
hare to show that documentary proof or else
lie down on his statements. The matter wil)
be pusheJ and It is time for Mr. Hauzhawaut
to make eroJ bis boast. That proof will have
to be printed publicly and prominently or else
he has got to write a full and complete apology
i to me and to th- order he has slandered. lie
I will have to do it at once.
I EXPORTS DURING JUNE.
j Increase In UrcaiUluff and llerrease In
I otton. Compared with 1803.
j Washington July 14. The June
statement of the bureau of statistics
1 shows that the exports of breadstuff:
during the month was 11.093 IGI as
I compared with 3951040 for June 1S9.7.
For the 12 months the exports amount-
ed to S13.V20.390 a gain of nearly 21.-
000000 over the same period in 1S95.
The cotton exports for June aggregated
3310100 which is onh a slight de-
crease from June last year. For the
ten months however the loss was
about 11500000. The provisions
showed a gain for June of about 3-
000030 and a gain of only about 450-
000 for the vcar.
THE CONVENTION CLOSED.
Catherine or Christian Kndeavorrra nt
Washington a bnecessful Affair.
Washington- July It After one of
the most successful and enthusiastic
gatherings known in the history of
the organization the 15th internation-
al Christian Endeavor convention
which began last Thursday came to a
close last night The local committee
of 1S95 has every reason to feel satis-
fied with the result of its work and ii
longratulating itself on its splendid
achievements. Although the registra-
tion of delegates and visitors foots up
only 20.0C2 yet there were a great
many in the city who did not notify
the registration committee of the fact
so that the actual attendance was con-
' siderably beyond that number.
THREE WHITES LYNCHED.
Sitnnc to a Z.Iiu: Near Tliliomlnc" I. T.
Ifrlleird to llitvo Hern Horse Thieves.
Ar.DMOKi: I. T. July 14. Xoah Mc-
Gill sheriff of Tishomingo county
same in from Tishomingo the capital
of the Chickasaw nation and reports
that three white men were found one
morniug recently hanging to a limb
near Keagan post office a few miles
irom lisliommgo. The men were
strangers in the neighborhood and
the crime is a mystery. It is
generally believed that they were
horse thieves and were followed and
captured by a party of Tcxans and
swung up on- the spot They were
still hanging when the sheriff left tho
Mora. Verl. of Far Greater Tonnage
I lioilt In 1805 Than In 1834.
Washington July 11. The report of
I the navigation bureau shows that
' during the year ended June 30 1S9G
709 vessels of 320003 gross tons were
built in the United Statcsand officially
numbered by tho bureau of naviga-
tion compared with Ci2 vessels of 219-
TOO tons for last year an increase of
'Tl.OCOtons. Steam vessels built num-
I bcrcd .liC of 155000 tony compared
with 2S3 of T.'i.OOO tons for the previ-
Loxdo.v July 14. The Ilimctallic
league of Ureal Ilritainhcld its annual
meeting yesterday. Tho annual re-
port declares that the cause of inter-
national bimetallism has made substan-
tial progress during the year loth in
Great Britain and abroad. It mentions
the resolutions adopted by the cham-
ber of deputies in France the chamber
of representatives in llelgium and tho
Prussian diet declaring for bimetal
Chicago Mnv lie llryan Headquarters.
I iniCAGO July 14. .Members ot tuc
' democratic national committee arc
unanimously in favor of establishing
'sub-headquarters of the committee
here. Many of them including Sena-
tor Jones of Arkansas wish the main
headquarters removed from Xcw York.
Solon Cliase Oeclarea for Itrrau.
LutwsTOX Me. July 14. Solon
Chase the originator of the greenback
movement of 1S74 in Maine and who
had been spoken of for prcsi.lcnt on
the populist ticket has declared for
llryan and Sewall. lie advises the
populists to indorse them at St Louis.
National Tube Works to Kenumr.
McKcKsroirr Pa. July 14. The na-
tional tube works employing 8000
men resumed work in all departments
in the tube and rolling mills tonight
On this mill the city depends almost
wholly for employment and as it has
been shut down about six weeks the
starting will brighten business much
in tin; Monongahcla valley.
I ell Into the Writ.
Mount Vekxos 111. July 14. Ku-
nice the four-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mr?. Jo Hawkius who live 13
miles northeast of this city was
drowned by falling into a well.
Southern 31IIU to llno Dana.
Fall ISivkk Mass. July 14 Secre-
tary Rouncville of the Fall Kiver Cot-
ton Manufacturers' association has re-
ceived a letter from a southern cotton
manufacturer in which tho writer
states that 1218.000 out of 2500000
spindles in the south havo agreed to
shut down Si per cent of the time
betweoii July and October.
A rrookljn ciiurWi la Ashe.
Kkw York July 14. The Itoman
Catholic Church of the Visitation.
Itrooklyn. was visited by lire last
u'.u'ht The loss is oalimated at SIM)-
; insurance MO(K)0 C'nuso unkuowi;.
"OLD STATE OF PIKE."
Tho Home of llio Stark Brothers' Nnr-ierie-One
of the Ulggest Intitntlona
III the tVorlil-lt Trade I'.itenili to
Jfearlr Every Civilized Nation on ijirth.
St. LoxtU JttpuSHc January 7 1S06.
One of the largest institutions in this State
Is llio Stark Bro's Nurseries and Orchards
company at l.ouiM.in:i Mo. and Itockport
111. Tho trade of the firm extends not only
throughout tho United States Canada Ger-
many France. Italy Hungary and other
foreign countries but it lias a number of cus-
tomers both In Xew Zealand and Australia.
Eighty years ago thero came from Ken-
tucky to Pike ccuuty llio late Jmlpo Stark
then a youn? man fresh from Old Hickory's
New Oilcans campaign. Ho started tho
nursery and planted tlio llrst grafted or-
chard 111 tho statebavinrbrouglitthoscions
on horseback from Kentuckv.
The business has descended from father
to son and is now conducted by the third
generation assisted bv tho fourth. This
lirm has moro tbanl.OCOtravelingsolicitors
and employs more people in Its offices than
would be necessary to run a-largo manufac-
turing concern. Tho extensive packing-
houses of tho company are adjacent to the
city connected with tho railroad by special
tracks. From thcfe packinghouses hun-
dreds of carloads of trees are shipped an-
nually. Tho nursery ground embrace a
number of farms convenient to tho city and
even extend to Itockport Ills. where thero
is a plant of several million trees.
Tho peculiarity of tho concern is the
establishment of largo orchards. These
orchards In 24 stat-s aggrcgnto nenrlv SO
(XX) acres and moro than 3.i00000 trees on
tho partnership plan. The firm is also in-
terested in about as many more trees on the
Louisiana firms have more traveling men
upon the road for thorn than anv oilier city
of the world of its s-ze. This of course is
largely due to tho large number of men em-
ploicd by tho Stark Bros. Nurseries who
furnish their men the most complete up-to-date
outfit ever issued. They are increasing
their force of salesmen dally and room for
"LETmetako tho blamed thing home"
said the patient as the dentist relieved him
of his aching molar; "I want to take it
home aud poke sugar in It to sec it ache!"
Tnc most enviable of all titles tho char-
acter of an honest man. Washington.
THE GENERAL MARKET.
-. Mo.. July l
CATTI.E Hcst beeves. .
ij:i is i n
. 3 Q. 3 75
. 0) e:i
3 00 3 sin
HOOS Choice to heavy
WHEAT Na 5 red
CORN Na 2 mixed
OATS Na 5 mixed
FLOUIt-l'atent. per Rack
HAY Choice timothy
1JUTTEK Choice creamery ...
CATTLE Native an J saippin;
SHEEP ralr to choice
wheat-No. s red
COKN Na S mixed.
OATS Na S mixed
LAUD Western incs.
. 1 51 1 CO
. 1 3) Q 1 50
. 9 0) 9 50
. 5 0J O 5 50
3 50 4 30
2 .0 3 70
3 21 ft 3 9
3 10 C 3 fll
3 31 t)
53'J 4 51
Q. 3 5
C 0 75
CATTLE Common to prime...
HOGS Packinennd salp;lai.
SHEEP Fair to cholco
FLOUlt Winter wheat
WHEAT Na 2 red
COItN Na 2
I JLm t .
CATTLE Native Steers.
HOGS Good to Cholco
FLOUIt-Good to Choice.
WHEAT Na 2 red
3 9) C I 30
O 3 7 5
it 3 75
3 C2'-i t 3 7J
6 50 61
it- 3 00
v 6 Mi
ll'i ft 154
8 5.1 9 00
You need not answer tho question madam
for in your cose age is not counted by years. It
will always be true that "a woman is as old
as she looks." Nothing sets tho seal of ago
so deeply upon woman's beauty as gray hair.
It is natural therefore that every woman is
anxious to preserve her hair in all its original
abundance and beauty; or that being denied
tho crowning gift of beautiful hair she longs
to possess it. Nothing is easier than to attain
to this gift or to preserve it if already
possessed. Ayer's Hair Vigor restores gray
or faded hair to its original color. It does this
by simply aiding nature by supplying tho
nutrition necessary to health and growth.
There i3 no better preparation for tho hair
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR-
" Cut Down
B .asKHBsH SwTaJI .H'.lHatfS
A woman knows what a bargain
really is She knows better than a man.
" BATTLE AX " is selected every time
by wives who buy tobacco for their hus-
bands. They select it because it is an honest
bargain. It is the biggest in size the
smallest in price and the best in quality.
The 5 cent piece is almost as large as the
i 10 cent piece of other high grade brands.
' KBr-:ii rSTML J LV H w wm u irr
In Olden Ifrars
Peoplo overlooked tho Importance of per-
manently beneficial effects anil were satis-
fied with transient action; but now that it
Is generally known that Syrup of Figs will
permanently overcome habitual constipa-
tion wcll-fnfonued poop e will not buy
other laxative which act for n time but
finally Injure the system.
"Wncitc docs tho weather forecast man
go for his vac ition f" '-Ho doesn't go any-
where; he doesn't dare to come down out of
that tower." Chicago Tribune.
No tits after first day's uso of Dr. Kline's
ureal icrve ttcs orer. tree SJ trial bottlo
& treatise. Bit. Kuxc. 1KB Arch st. Phlla ra.
"Miss Oi-nrx is one old maid who doesn't
try to conceal her age." "Yes. but sho
knows it's 110 use." 'Whyr" ''Her twin
brother lives with herl" Chicago Kccord.
Ued angry eruptions 3 icld to the action
of Glenn s Sulphur Soan.
Hill's Hair aud Whisker Dye 50 cents.
Tnc truly honct man docs that from
duty which the man of honor does for tho
sake of character. Sheustone.
Hall Catarrh Cure
Is a Constitutional Cure Price 75c
Good qualities aro tho substantial riches
of the mind; but It is good breeding that sets
them off to advantage Loikc.
To bo Given Away in Articles of
Koai vaiuo to tno users ot
Chowlng and Smoking"
CTbe Only ANTI-NERVOUS and ANTI-DYSPEPTIC)
SAVE YOUR COUPONS (on EMPTY
BACS UNTIL COUPONS APPEAR) AND GET
N EXCHANCE FREE THE FOLLOW-
ING VALUABLE and USEFUL ARTICLES i
0 Itandtomo Water Color Fjc-imclej. Land- a
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Fine Pastel Fic-tlmilet Landscape and
FiRare(lze20x2l inches 12 subjects.
m Beautiful Venetian Scenes. Works of Art. m
J size 20x30 inches 4 eubjects. w
Magnificent Water Color Graturei after fa-
mom arum size rcxrj lnccee.t subjects.
HO ADVERTISING ON ANY OF THE ABOVE.
Much Excellent Workt o Art hart nctcr befort
brenoftrcd Kccej Through Dcalm attrrg
hiahpriecK Thcpare tuitabU decoration for
Cloth Bound Standard Works oyer ISO ee-
lrctrd titles ; by Eminent Author;.
Popular Notels. Si titles bjFamriteAnUiora.
Rutter :e!fclosinq. Convenient and useful.
French Briar (Gnarantccd Genclnc).
Jack Knhes and Ten Knives firtt quality.
American nanuf&ctnre. Razor Sled
Iorgcdnelj tempered llades. iag Handle.
Hloheit Grade. StesL Hollow Grannd.
Finest Quality Leather Ladies' and Gents'.
1 000 Mile Repeatinq. For any size Bicycle.
EXCELLENT Open Face WATCHES.
The "Hail Pouch" Watches are maao by
a leading American Watch Company
sndore giumtnttcd. vi'.hout qualification.
The'rorks contain all Improvements op
to date They will wear and perfemi well
Conponsexplnln liotr to nccuro All Artlrlrs.
One Coujwk in each 5 cent (2 ounce) raelar.e.
Tvo Coujicng in each 10 cent (4 ounce) racLage.
Mail Pouch Tobacco Is sold b all dealer.
Packages (noir en talc) containing no con pon
Trill be ncccptclncnnpons. 2cr.lwyfyii
at one Coupon "t ez." Empty Dag at tin Coupmu
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE Mailed on application.
?iing complete list and description ol ail artic'et and
itles cl Bocks and Pictures: n'o tells timtloptt Una.
The Blo:h Dros. Tobacco Co. Wheeling W. Vs.
No coupons exchanged after July 1 1897
lur a me imju u ujti uiuiu&iiit cared lor.
A. N. K. D
WIIK.V irKITIMJ TO AIlVntTIHEIts
llrne state that 3011 iuw the udverttso.
meat In this tmper.
D. M. MARRS & CO.
TOWN LOTS BOUGHT
Conveyances Made Etc.
CORRECT CITY PLAT
Can save you money in
buying- city property.
Upstairs in Skinner BId'g.
AN IDEAL FA MILY MEDICINE
I For Indlceatlon JlUlnafsru.
I urtotrnf vn.ipaiiMa ua
I I ConiplexUn. UfTcMtUe Itrealh.
1 I and ail dlToruera of ti. Stomach
I Liver and Bowels.
1 I art irent.rt promptly
I r1l!TM(inil fnllAn thalr
in - f" M It " ! I AUU1.C9
If by drnrfrt9 or irat bT mail.
j. d. 0& u. n orfli
aPattxazxlH Ham Xxi.elVLatX7J
ARE NOW OPEN.
Ginger Ala Champasna Cldar.
Soda Water of All Kinds
Carbonated Soltzer Watei
r.r T.bU Cm
Hot Soda and Chocolata
Yf7 rUr trftkrit Drlak.
Sherry and Blackberry Vlna
All Qoods Mac's from S'ricly
Pure Suc-ar and Fruit Juices'
800 DOZEN QUARTS PEB DAT.
Trad Frtm Sarroandlnr Towns gslltttsd.
If not your conscience demands
that you fcvtl lios with
DR. JOS. HAAS'
Hog and Poultry Remedy
(31 yearn success)
Only healthy hogs mato healthy pork. It
t. the key to economical ft-edln?. canslnc
food to be converted Into flesh with tbe leait
Ifyouwautto Save Feed
Prevent Disease- Destroy Worms
Endorsed by tho creat breeders and feeders.
Ben are at Substitutes and Imitations.
For Sale by Lee Barrett
Vlnlta Ind. Tcr.
DDlfP?- Cans. 23 lb. $Ii.'t): 12U lb
rrx.lVyUJ. jejfl. packaitt-. $Ua. JI.23.
and 90c each. Tho lrreest are the cheapest.
Circular eontaln-Uc.-.tlmonlals. "IIosoloRy"
a pamphlet on swine mailed for 2 cent stamp.
Mall orders hao prompt attention. 4S
JOS. HAAS V.S.Indianapolis Ind.
FAST THROUGH TRAINS
i St. Louis and Kansas City
St. Paul and Minneapolis.
j THE BEST LINE
ST. LOUIS AND KANSAS CITY TO
MONTANA COLORADO NIL
BBASKA UTAH AND
Vesiibuled Trains with Sleepers Chair
Cars (f?") and Dining cars.
Kansas City to Eastern Cities
via Chicago or Peoria.
L. W. Vakeloy C. P. A.
ST. LOUIS MO.
Howard Elliott Con. Mgr.i
ST. JOSEPH MO.
L. J. Brlckor T. P. A.
KANSAS CITY. MO
Omaha Fuoblc Scnvor.
Pullman Bnffet Sleeping Cars &Freu
Reclining Chair Cars
ST. LOUIS & WICHITA.
H. C. TOWNSEND
GenTPass'r& Ticket Agt.
6T. 10 UJS 510. J
Are growing a full lino of
Apple Peach.'Pear Plum
Cherry and other fruit
trees together with
If j'ou 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 yinita Nurseries
Yinita Ind. Ter.
Not occupying more space than
Ihe first following will be inserted
at S5.C0 per year. The verdict of
men owning large or small herds
is that it pays to advertise the
Chelsea I. T.
Strip seroi t the romp.
Mars. Crop off the
right underslope In
the left esr.
Ksnge. fnar milts
west of Chelsea.
J. H. BABTLES Bartl93villo L T
ITexas cattle are steera
Home mark and bmnd.jonly' all In th! brand
all sexes and crade ot. various Texas branJs
cattle. Mark crop and various ear marks tip
split In earn ctr. lot rinb horn cut off
Any information of cattle OS my ranse will
be cladly received aniKavor returned.
D. L. DENNY
Clarcinore Ind. Tcr.
-t Either side.
Range 9mllci east
J. O. HALL
Vlnlta Ind. Tcr.
Kance on Curl creek.
$30 reward for convic-
tion of then or these
Vlnlta I. T.
Brand on hip or side.
Crop left crop and
Kanjeun Wblta Oak
Q. A. "WILLIAMS
Ituby I. T.
Some branded X on
left shonlder on
slds X on hip. Kangs
on Salt crsek.
W. H. NOBLES
Horse brand ism.
In each ear
Kancr head ol
Fairland Ind. Ter.
and split I n
slope In left.
west of Dim-
W. P. RINGO
Nowata Ind. Ter.
Also IB on
bit and nnder-
blt left crop
and aver bit
the cross P on
Mark Swallow fork and under- "ange ijoud-
bit If It; smooth crop left '? ek near
Cattle sold only for shipment. -owata.
JOHNSTONE fe KEELE
Burtlesvllle I. T.
on right side:
hm some bars the
bsr J right
Various old brands
and ear marcs Range
on the west tide ct
Caney river on Double
Tryor Creek' Ind. Ter.
Some steers branded
stripe across the no...
Cows branded LAD
Crop and split escb
ear Range near Try-
J. T. McSPADDEN
Postoffico at Chelsea Ind. Ter.
Close crop off left ear;
overblt In rltflil.
Also J C on hip or
RiBjrs six miles west
O. V. ROGERS
Clarcmore. Tod. Tcr.
loin or ver-
on left hip.
J. B. EDWARDS.
Postoflicc Spavlnaw Ind. Ter.
Range on Lynch
Crop and split right
overblt lelt. Some
branded J II on lelt
hip snd side. Also
some J on left jaw
Bon side. 15 on Mp.
Only beef cattlesold.
tvill nav .Vkrirfl
for convlrtion of anyone sttsllog an animal
In this brand.
Four Mile I. T
Ranee on FonrMlle
10 miles southeast of
Chetopa Kan. Mark
split in right ear.
llorte brand Don left
shoulder. Ho cattle
sold except for stlp-
ment. S. H. MAYES
Pryor Creek Ind. Ter.
fork and nn-
derbit in one
in the other
All cattle are
branded S A
and notch on
on left Me X
O en left Jaw
A w bramteil J W E on aide.
J. C. IIOGATf
Pryor Creek Ind. Tcr.
Swallow fork and
underblt In right ear
Range on l'rjol
E. B. FRAYSER
Vlnlta I. T.
on Dig Cabin
creek 7 miles
Cattle of this
only for ship-
meat. (100 reward
Adair Ind. Ter.
drrblt In right
swallow fork M
nnderblt In tba
ed AH (connect-
ed) on tbe left
Range on Pry-
Southwest City Mo.
Smooth crop In escb
ear. underblt In right.
Ranlge Round Spring
pralre S miles east ot
llorse braad O
left Jaw and thigh.
?onie came oranae
N. SKINNER Vinita Ind. Ter.
B. R. TAYLOR
rostorllcr. Vinita I. T.
Smooth crop la
lelt ear.and crop
and split In tba
Some cattle la
Range ou Lo-
cust creek font
miles a. e. or Vl-
nlta. O. HAYDEN
Chouteau Ind. Ter.
Horse brand C II
Range: On Chon-
.au and Pryor creek
W. N. STEWART
Brand la J S
Viuita I. T.
on left hip.
Crop and tw
spills In escb
west or VI-
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET
OP 8T. LOU It.
TH8 XT. LOOIS IUTIOWL
Lrwti.it Eut.LLfl.il II
Directly opposite the city of St Louis. Cnr
era lor all description of Live Stock alwata In
sttendance end within the grounds of the
Stock Yards Is a Reef Canning Company with
a r-parttr forsIanghterlngS.COOheadofeattU
dally and Pork Packing establishments bat
a capacity for slaughtering li. COO hogs dally.
O G KNOX Vioe-Prca.
OHAS. T. JONES Snpt.
ST. HERMAN Chetopa Karu
Parlor and Bed Room Furniture.
Larcett Stork In Soathsrn liansas.
Wood & Metalic Coffins
Practical embalciers. Telezraph orders as-
Yonr address vrith six ceata
in sumps mailed to our Held-
Soarters 11 lilrt St.. Vettss
ut.. U1 bricg you a f ult has
cl samples sad rules for self-
measunment of oar justly fa-
mous S3 pints : SuitsfU.Ui
CKcrctatJ. Jia2J.iudop- Cut
to order. Agents wasted every
f2W PijiB58tll M Da
iwBteicr'i i t .. s
SME Also soma
S ' brandedT
3 Z ThtW
Iu J HI
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Marrs, D. M. The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 46, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 16, 1896, newspaper, July 16, 1896; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc71446/m1/4/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.