The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 18, 1890 Page: 3 of 4
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Indian Chief tain.
Vinita Ixd. Tkh. Ski-t. IS 1HTO.
Local Railroad Time Table.
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t Louis eprs i.aop.m. 1: pm.
t 'hroagil COBI'll Il'im !. l.UUIB to tumn.
T"" yim i I 1'IUitlH DIKkTTOKV.
M It Church south 1. W. Mvere pnstori
Hlh;.lh school at IO IM a III i lirnf IllUK l 11
. ... .ni 7 n in : m aver meeting every Weil
uiluv evening. Communion arvice every
Conirrerallnnal Church 8 Itichttrds. l R
tgr; trenching. Sundays at II a. mend . p
Sunttiv .chonl nil) a. in. prayer nti-et
lii Thursday nlshta.
O 4. TUOMPlsON
Vinita. - - Ter
Rooms northeast corner opera bouie
PHYSICIANS it SURGEONS
VINITA C. N.
Office in Opera house Northeast cor-
ner second floor.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office iu front room of Skinner Kat
clifl' & Co's. building upstairs
hours: 8 to 11 o'clock a. in.
o'clock p. ni.
2 to 5
PHYSICIAN A ACCOUCHEUR
Tenders bis professional services to
the residents of Vinita anil surround-
ing country. Office at resiJence south
of Presbyterian church. 8 18
II. COLLINS M.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
U.S. Examining Si kcikon
Bureau i)f Penaiona.
Pralrla City : : Ind. Ter
i J. HOLCOMU it l'ti
i'il YS1CIAN AND SURGEON
Clarctnorc I. T.
Culls answered promptly day or
night. Ullieo in Pacific Hotel.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Vjmta - I. T.
Calls promptly attended lo night
R. J. Jl. ltOLIMJ "-A.-5
PHYSICIAN &; SURGEON
(LAIUMOliK I. T.
Calls attended to at nil hours.
J SITED STATES COMMISSIONS
Fikst Division I.xi. Ti:u.
Vinita Iud. Ter.
Said C-jmnilsaloner'a Jurisdiction extends
seer the country occupied by Ihe Indian tribes
In the ijiiai.aiv Indian atrcm-y. an. I all test
perl or ihe Cherokee oountrj ua.ir the. nine-
iv Mkih m.iri.lluii an-1 ail lliti Cre.-k country.
It. e-.vVK;o lunar)' public; lakes deposillone
racknetv U .1 i.i.-nl '. I deeds mortgagee el.
Suli.nint.'.ea mHrr'Av-e: lias all the powers of
i.ujnniUi iu" .( circuit court in criminal can-
es : iurl licll.m to t he amount of S-lon In civil
esse. Court h"l I at Vinita In l. Ter. i"l
l-n tlally .-iiit .Snmlajt. Alao as tlej.uty
t'.leiV iebuca murriare llciiiiRefi.
I 'm a nl.K 11 . M
UniteJ State (.'nmiiiiaHloncr.
S-ijif Flrat bullion ln . Ter.
J OHN M. TAVLOK JK.
L S. co::ii;ii3ioncr for t!o Western
district of Arkansas. Will practice
belore the V. S. courts at Mtn-knee
Ft. Smith and Vinita. Also author-
ized to tuke bonds and ni plicatiou for
CLAREM3KK IND. TER.
AWS & TUOill'SOS
S f! PW
I al of North Texat liar.
W P. TnrMro.
of Ctirokee N atiou .
Odice on Main street
McsKcuEE - - Isn. Ten
M. M. Fdmiston Muskogee I. T.
A. H. Norwooh Chelsea I. T.
Vinita I. T.
Practice in circuit and district courts
of Delaware and Coowceseoowpe ud
upreuie court of Chcrckee nulion.
Jnoa II. CiKjii. E. C. lioi uisor.
jAKSES & BOl'MXOT
Office corner of Green and Garrison Ave
KOUT SMITH ARK.
Also Mukopee Ind. Ter.
Criminal butlneaalnU. B.Conrta apeolalty.
J 0 ATM iN WOKE
Attorney-At-T.ow anil TJ. S. ('ominls-
sioncr for t'ivil l.u-.infss.
Commissioner of Deeds for Kansas
Missouri Arkansas and Texas.
Deeds ami k.gal papers drawn and
rknowludj-cd. Collections aaninst
raiiroa.la f.'.r stock killed. Olilee Oj.f-
ra ituuee liiock Vinita Ind. 'ler. -J3
X II. IIIKD.VRD
ATTORNEY SOLICITOR AND
CorsstLLoft at Law .
AFTON - - IXD. TER.
Wilt practice In lb fnited stntra rnnrta at
Munkofre 1. T anil Fort .ntHii. Ark mnl
betora tha Dkpaki vkn i at W a-hinjrton 1 1 c.
i.oikctioui tia-ini. a-'ft'nit tlo. r:uiioa'i.
aaiTi. tli l"iiH..'t Statf- kovp rumi i.t. an ! of
r.j.c:e.l clalninls to ('hemk citiicnalnri
p ialtiea. Crreslion-lence Aoltcite I
VefitrniH; IhirJ Natirr.al ffHnk Knnv-
lll. lena.; lxiokont liank Morris on n.
pAdiTC HOTEL S )
By MRS. S. COOK
Vinita - Inmam T'kb.
New!" frnrnisbed tliron'hout; clean
he 1a :) 1 tjU:ire meals; rates $:l.(k) per
d?y. ."-limited betiteen the depots.
;ll be pleased to bnvo you call.
g T. liEUSAX
Fnrr.itare CoSns. Sew-.tij Msffhlrfl.
rhirtet'i Ftsi eM -lienre st an HD-JeHtker.
klaaaa a .i.tily ofeu.ba.Ui.Bg. I;t
Vinita 1'alr next week
Come In the fair and bung all I fie
Go to Ui'uton'a for a u01"' i)tiare
Tho railroad company is preparing
to ercit a depot at Aflon.
-"Lost in London" tho 24tU and
25t l at lUUell's opera house.
Heferved seats for "Lost in Lon-
dou" on rain nt hunahat's druj store.
The only Indies at the show Tues-
day night were those upon the statje.
Ten head of horses were stolen re-
coil 1 1 y from E.W.Jonnson.of Chouteau.
Census Taker Frank Couch has
quit and foue to Texas to attend a law
Mr. Beatty's liouee is being moved
up into the Galloway college quarter of
A contract has been made and the
balloon ascension at the fair is a
Worcester academy will bo in ses-
sion every day during tho fair until
The Raymond T.avrett case has been
settled to tho apparent satisfaction
Claude Washbourne talks of mov-
ing his mill to Aftou and erectiug a
toller mill tit that place.
--The Vinita roller mill is making
between five and six thousand pounds
of Hour daily and tho quality is superb.
Ladies call and see Mrs.Choteau's
new supply of fall millinery; Wilson
street south of Skinner.RatcliS A Co's.
New scenery and new songs with
full orchestra accompaniment in "Lost
in Loudon" September 24th and 25th.
An educational center is what Vi-
nita is King to be; schools and
churches betoken a good cIsbs of
The rain of last Friday afternoon
would have delighted the heart of old
Noah or any other of the wet weather
When you come to the Fair don't
forgot to call at the postodice and see
Wright's new"stock of watchos clocks
It is reported that a witness swore
last week in the Cooweescoowee circuit
court that his time was worth from 50
to $200 a day.
"Lost in London" September 24th
and 25th. Baud concert every evening
in front of the opera house before the
Worcester academy starts out
with more pupils thau at any other
full term in several years if not iu the
history of the school. .
J. II. Viuihoy livitis near Car-
thage came in Monday morning on
-f iU4searjiii lor a-chcstuuUasorKel mare
siolen last Friday uijiht.
Outhe24lh and 25th will bo pre
sentcil the reat musical dramn "Lost
inLonlon." This is a splendid play
and should be well patronized.
John Taylor assistant solicitor
has ilist been to Chouteau Pryor
Creek Adiiir and Rig Cabin looking
ufler the hay shipping trallic.
N. R. Simpson has bought the
Kentucky house aud embarked in the
hotel business. "Pau" wiU keep a
good hotiso no doubt of that.
A young man named Wm. Hacklcy '
from Pope county Ark. was drowned
initio Arkansas near O. P. fit ewer's
in this nation a short time ag.i. I
C. W. Kasiy president of the Cit
izen's bunk at Henrietta Texaa.writeg
that he will put $10XX) iulo a ban k iu
Vinita and take charge of it if desired.
The old sign "Hotel DcBlythe"
will be seen up Main street south of
Frisco stock yards w here accommoda-
tions will begiveu the public by .Mra.
A train of tweuty-ote cars of bath-
ed w ire was taken from Muskogee to
DenU ju one day last week in six hours
and thirty minutes neatly passenger
The contractors have gone to work
upon Mr. 1'attou's building iu earnest
aud statu that if tho weather does not
interfere they will have it .completed
in forty-live days.
The estimate of tho census people
is that Cooweescoowee contains two
nou-ciluens lo ono citl.en and that
the population of the district will be
between 15000 and 20000.
Apparently the easiest thing iu
the world fjr Jim Tittle to do is to beat
Vinita in a law suit. The need for
amending tho town laws of the Chero-
kee cation grows more apparent.
The Presjyterian synod meets iu
Hub city next mouth. Arrangements
must be mado fur the entertainment
of all visitors; we mut show that Vi-
nita appreciates courtesies of this
Tho dial rouu l-up of the season
in the western part of the country wtli
begiu on the 25th. Those interested
will meet at Vanu's lake upon that
day and one wagon will 6o up the Ar-
kansas and one up Verdigris.
Alaj. W. R. Handrix on A.O. Gray's
piaco is rushing things in the farming
line. He has one hundred acres ready
for fall w heat and the soed cleaned lo
sow it with and has in the neighbor
hood of one hundred tons of hay put
John Buliett sworein circuit court
last week that for three years be used
the seal and performed the functions
ol a deputy clerk but had never in fact
been appointrd to such position. This
may open the door foi a great de.il of
I ha Hemming bank project has
been abandoned but there are several
other gentlemen anxious to take thu
etiarter and go ahead and orpatiire.
As long as Vinita is willing to take
$o0(J to t)000 ol t-tock she need not
fear but a bank will be established.
At the CoowMscoowee stray sale
last week two hogs were put up aud
sold one running fit "Joseph il nut's"
for $3 00 to Joe Hunt; the other "at
Vinita." for 1 .50 to Lncien Kittting-
ton. It has s:uce Uefcloped that it
was the and the same hog and pioba-
bly belonged to c'lin Tliompson.
"Chicken logs g.iod phuiip ones;
ncne of the scrawny skinny kind"
was Judge Gore's breakfast ordr yes-I
terday mcining. The boys intimate
j that the gentleman had been out lo
! the show the rj i -1 . t before and w-ilness-
I el Ihe pirlurmatiee
I abli.'X'Vintcd sk irts
by the ladies with
Kit. Kluliatila la home ou a flalt.
-U II. Warrmi merchant au.l ir liofl of
A'lulr were up lal Thurxlay.
Mra. W. O. Wllllama liaa fane to Topeka
to attend the atate fair an. I rlait trlcmli.
Cat Uokar'a daughter. Cherry of too.ljr'i
llliiir it kinong the boarding oitplla at Wor-
Krank Hllllncilea caina In from Tulaa tlila
week to attaint L. V. Hiiilliigton'a law atilt
aa a wittiest.
Ben llaaa the original Hen. of Neonlio
wnmlown lent week looking- after the hide
and woo) trade.
Mra. W. t. I'atton lelt Tneaday for Nh-
vllle Tuun. tu dco Alias Kva iu Dr. Price's
acliool at that place.
Mln Kate Perry or Fort Hiuitfi neira
of Mra. Capt. Nelint la vl.ltlng In thia city
where aha it quite a favorite.
Iluu Kletcher Meridith or Hutchinson
Kan aiiiervlsor of the Cherokee cenaua la
now making hie headiptartera at the Kriauo
hotel In this city.
Win. nad'dt took hie wife to K urt Mili-
um Kunday to visit her iiarent. She liaa
had a severe icll ofaickneaa but it now re-
covering. Mint Hon a timer. acconinied
Mr. and Mra. Win. t'li.intean celebrated
their qitceiitli waddluy anniversary lat Fri-
day evening. Although the weather waa n
tremely dlangri eable quite a number of their
Mcnda honored the occasion by their pret-
U. B. Itothell appeared very nne xictedl y
last Friday evening Irom the went. Leaving
Colorado a reiv week ago he went dewit into
New Mexico and came from there Irjme. He
evpiictt to work Insurance thlt winter In the
A. O. Smith who witb Ilia lather ia ar-
ranging to open up a large atore iu the proa-
uecllve town of Fairiand waa a visitor tliit
week. The gentlemen think the Held a prom-
ising one and will put In a complete atock f
Mr. ArthnrC. House of Norwich. Conn
hat joined hit old time Iriend Mr. McCarthy
at thoacadomy. It la Mr llouae'a purpose to
ttu.ly the Industrial work with a view of be-
coming s missionary Industrial teacher
probably with Hishop Taylor In Arrloa.
Mra. E. N. rtatcllff started for lenver
last Sunday to attend upon her brother Hub-
ert Foster who Ittufferlna; rrom an attectlon
of the throat lie went np tc Denver from
Canou City. to or three weeka ago for the
purpose of bating a tnrglcal operation per-
formed and It ia aupposed la not doing aa well
at e x pec ted .
D. I.-Elliott who was a caller yes-
terday morning states that an Al-
liance store lias been opened nt Pryor
Creek by J. II. Hariin with the pros
pect of doing a good business. The
purpose is to sell goods at a prolit ol
eight and a third per cent.
Several gentlemen had snake sto
ries to relate in front of the postollice
last Sunday but when John Miller
told of killing thirty-six rattlesnakes
in his corn crib a couple of weeks ago
the smallest of which was three and
one half feet long and as big around as
a joint of stove pipe the assemblage
W. T. Whitaker the Pryor Creek
merchant was up this week contract-
ing lor sonte advertising in TiitCitnj'-
T.iis. lie has in Addition to bis Pryor
Creek store aud livery stable an iu-
torest in the A. J. Col van! & Co. es-
tablishment at Saline court house and
is doing a larger volume of business
than at any previous timo.
Last Saturday some of "tho fel-
lows" made a rush for tho McGiuty
Mom to get seats. Jitnmie Thompson
was riejit !n the heart of a grain drill
trade but thinking a light in progress
fairly Hew to the supposed scene of
aetim. Ho came back disgusted to
11 nil that Will Miller had caught the
man and Hold htm one of his drills.
A Kfl.ce Ridsr Hurt.
A rider employed by Red Collins at
the fair ground sustained a cerebial
concusninn ol the brain last Sunday by
the lalling of his horse. Dr. Foreman
was speedily summoned and in a i hort
time brought the ooy back to con-
sciousness and by evening his con-
dition was very promising. The rider
is a Lrotlier-iu law to Rob Gentry of
J. F. Standiford
The photographer will lie in Vinita
with his J ii tuie tent during the Fair
and all of the week following. Fix
this fact in your mind if you w IhIi to
get some good pictures as this is the
only trip he makes to Vinita this year.
People who appreciate good work will
Cud his much superior to that of any
other flo-rall"d photogtapher iu the
A Peculiar Case.
Will Richardd went to Fort Smith
last week to prosecute one Sitnou
Lynch arrested lor larceny. The
horse of another person was seen in
Lycch's possession but when the own-
er went after it it was goue. Lynch
was acquitted by the commissioner
but ou bis return was sued in commis-
sioner Mason 'tT court for the value of
the horae aud a judgment against him
A Grand Tournament.
The managers of the fair have ar-
ranged fur holding a grand equestrian
tournament and it will certainly be
one of the most interesting features of
tho week. An entrance fee of one dol-
lar will be chaiged and to the rider se-
curing the most rings will be awarded
a $50 saddle; to the second the honor
of crow ning the handsomest lady on
the grounds and to the third a blue
ribbon. Competition open lo the
A Bright Prospect.
The academy witb its handsome
coat of paint presents a very inviting
appearance. 'J'he fenetha new w alks
and the paint make a d.i-i ted im-
provement over the appearance of the
building a year ago. The work of
renovation w ill be made complete in-
side as well as outside during the pres
ent year. All this with its rapidly in-
creasing enrollment already number- j
ing nirj-ty tie hoarding department!
full and more coming the promptness I
with which tho echolars get down !o '
their-work makes a haopv opening!
fur the ninth year of the academy.
A H. 11. Cbcie Dibuaieatxl.
L W. ISiitnngton bail a suit set for
trial in tho commissioner's conn last
Monday morning against the M. K. A
T. for stock killed. It was dismissed
npon the grcund that papers in the
ca?e wcro nr.l served u;Kn the proi-er
person. They were served npon C. O.
Walker ho was acting ss ag.-nt lur-
l mi: .Mr. Peck's s'jsenre Ibis summer.
The failure of'Mr. Hulhrgton and the
st.M-k agent to settle the matter am-
irabty was owini to a mle recent! v
alcpto.! not to piv for Ftoi-U
withi'J tbe swi!cli iiiiis. Thi
' rule i
seems to bo an arbitrary cue snd it is j ll
to be regret led tlst its vali lit y euuKl
not bnve bt eu tested
OoowooBOOOweo Circuit Court
A Lonrf Docket.
J. M. Tittle vs. mayor and town
council town of Downingville; suit
for tho possession of a mule valued at
12 and 5U) damages. Vurdict in fa-
vor of plaintiff for the mule and fKKJ
damages Appoul taken.
J !!. Anin vs. Jane Rogers et.nl.; in
(ilea of debt on a note of nand. Ver-
dict for pluinlilT for three-fourths of
II. C. Shuleldt vs. Jerry liuller;
suit lor trespass and possession of an
improvement erected on legal quarter
ol mile limits of plaintiil. Dismissed
at plaintiU's cost.
--Carrie Thompson va. J. F. Thomp-
son; suit for recovery of part of estate
of Martin Thompson. Continued.
D. K. McDaniel aifiniiiist rntor vs.
Sue M. Adair' suit for possession of
old improvement of K. 11. McDaniel
valued at (l5oO. Placed on heel of
Mary A. Darker vs. Mary Govel
lioldermati; suit for piissession of Hii
improvement valued at )(K) located
ou Russel ciccK. Dismissed at plaint
Nancy Galcntcher vs. Ophelia Walk-
ingstick; Miit for possession of au im-
provement valued at fJOO and nuolfier
improvement valued at $500. Verdict
lor plaintiff. Appeal taken.
W. K. Roberts vs. Ed Uyrd aud L.W.
Marks; suit for possession of 40000
feet of wal nil t timber valued at (iHOO.
Verdict for plaintifl for t-'50. Motion
for au appeal tiled.
Ligzie liowlin vs. Joseph Hunt; suit
for an improvement on Pryor Creek.
Dismissed on motion and appealed by
plaintitfoti rule of court.
R. M. Allen vs. Juo. L. Ball; suit for
an improvement on Dig Creek. .With
drawn by mutual consent.
Susie T. Mayes vs. John W. Mayes;
suit f ir divorco and alimony. Pis-
uiissed at plKintifl's cost; motion for
an appeal entered.
Beatrice A. Maikham administra
trix vs. Polly Archer et. al.; suit foi
two-thirds of an improvement belong-
to estate of Nancy Alberty. Stricken
Susan 1'owles vs. George Vann.et. al;
suit for possession of an improvement
iu Cooweescoowee district. Name of
George Vann stricken from caso asnot
being interested. Continued for want
Mary Flauigan vs. A. II. Nsggs ad
ministrator; suit for possession of two-
thirds ol the property belonging lo the
estate of Sarah Naggs. Continued by
J.G. Hrati'her vs. Win. M. Smith
UllX wie; suit.p.ji.parof aw iupruvo
luent situated on Panther creek. Dig-
at plaintill's cost on account of bond
in case nut being made out before the
clerk as Ihe law directs.
J. M. lieard vs. I). L. Denny; suit
lor possession of an improvement lo-
cated in the tow n of Claremore. Judg-
ment rendered in favor ol delundant.
.1. F. MiClullan vs. Abe Crittenden;
suit for possession of improvement
located on the legal quarter of a inilo
limit ot plaintiff. Dismii-sed ou ac-
count ol minority ol plaintiff at his
A. ('. Ciiiiningliiim vs. diaries
Haynes et.al.; suit lor possession of ail
improvement. Continued foi van t of
J. L. Mizer vs. Ned Taylor; f.npors
Nick Roj'i-rs vs. Houston Rogcra f t.
al.; suit for poRsi KMoii of improvement
located ou the quarter of mile limit of
plaint ill'. Ruiid not tiled by plaintifl
and d iMiiinsed at Ins cost.
F. A. Ncilni'ii vs. John Ward and !
wile; suit for the poi-session of an Im-
provement located en the quarter of a !
milo limit of plaintiil'. Continued fur j
want of time. i
Charles Reeves vs. liessio Reeves; I
suit for divorce. Case dismissed at
plaintill's cost and motion for au ap-
Sitsio T. Mnyes vs. John W. Mayes;
.nit for i'tlll I 1 .. .r
Sarah Gage vs. G. W. Talbert; pa-
pers not served.
Dett lKilderiiuiu vs. Tom Rogers;
suit for possession of an improvement.
Papers not served.
John Sarcoxie vs. Puti-a-caw; 8'iit
lor divorce. Confessed judgment by
Joe Dennett defendant's attorney.
Jane Adams administratrix ?s K.
Maylield and wife; suit for 270 with
Interest on $170 from January 21 Jsss
until paid and $100 from August 30
ISsT until paid. Dismissed at plaint-
iffs cost on account of there being no
I.tiella Raines vs Joseph Raines
suit for divorce. Papers not served.
Virginia hord vs S. S. Ford; papers
John Reaid vs W. Cox; suit for $105
with interest. Papers not served.
Richard Dow ning vs Lizzie Downing ;
suit for a di vorce. Dismissed for want
Jesse Rowo vo John Lynch; suit lor
an improvement rtn P.otk creek. Con-
tinued for want of time.
Minerva Whitmore vs William No-
ble; suit for possession of improve-
ment. Papers not served.
Patti Leoa Washington vs George
Washington; suit lor divorce. After
third call case went by default.
Jiimes Anderson assault; recognicd
James Ward assault and battery;
John Ketchnm unlawfully (eiinig
down fence; recogt1i7.nl
Washington Kiliott slander; icug-
niKed Joseph Lewis abusive language
R L (Jarrett assault and battery;
Heniy A rnist rone Jr. and seven
J others pi lying era. k-loo; recnnirod
j Stephen F.ieion introducing liquor:
I John Gtinter vs Georga Engiaiad;
j jiplg.iient lur pla.iitjir lor $7 V)
Roland Quails vs Simon i.t neb:
jmlgn - .i - nt for pl-ii'Uitt for J4J .
John C Inai vs D.oid M 1'iiee
I and fas. -l:iniir..d
Matried on tt e !0th Arthur T Scho-
. I and Ms v !' n '.-
11 1.1 IJ it KIT MITKM.
Mita Mamie Uora aturted to Miukoure
last week to attend tcbool at 1 1 an al I Insti
v M Ktubbt and family of tint place are
vltltlng relative .a Kmporia hana tut
II I.. Uarrett waa arretted last Nattirday
and takeu lo Vinita lo autwer t charge of aa-
aaultr A boh of Itev. John llishup thot till hand
very tevemly while handling a gun carelnaaly
a few daya ago.
win. Davit has moved Into town and '.t
eiptcting a large bill of goodt toon . Witb
which to aloi k hit tlora.
John l.indly who hat been visiting at thlt
place hat departed for Kaniae City where he
it engaged Iu boilneia.
Me.iember. la Hoo. Svstax.
verybody rrom our town will attend Hit
The circuit court grand jury round aevaral
tndlcillientt (hit last week.
The town council met on last Friday night
to elect s new city marshal. Smith
Ilutliyhead wta elected to take the
place of John MuOaiiiul who ia now riding
for the Muskogee court
-'lhe cttirena aronnd Claremore are pre-
paring to aow lota ef wheat. They ran get
cheap relet to Kiui.a City and Mvmphlt
which will be of great convenience to the
ranneraln thia country.
(ieorge Henge and itabhit Ttuncli are the
men out hrie for the not chiefs. Judge
Boiige we understand will makes publlo
neechtothe people at the Vinita fair and
give bit views ou Ilia affelra of the
nation and what I best tn do with Ike atrip
quwMlnn aud other issues of the day.
Sept. II lKl. UaAT Kaiu .
ai'KKOUKK COl ItT AM) OKHKKAL SOTKM.
A nnrfilier of (migrant wagom are pasting
weatward for the Sac and Fotconntry.
Commissioner Nelaon'a court la at low
tide aa that gentleman la Iu XcAliater most of
A marriage llcenae Issued laat week
to I). F. Trowel and Mita lancy A Trickery
VV. If. Urant. a dairyman had a horaa
ami saddle stolen from hla atable at thia place
llugha the borae thief killed near Van
lluren last week had aevoral atolen hortea In
bla potaetalen wbloh belonged in tbia vicini-
ty. Before H light died he Implicated others
with him but the oltlci rt refute to give the
A recent Huldrow horaa race It causing
tome litigation. Replevin auita bare been
flled before Commlstloncr Neleon for the
recovery of tevrral horaee and mnloa won at
the race. Some of the parties are acoullng
with the property it letnlil and trouble may
follow. Conttablo Smith failed to teeure nil
the properly after an effort ol two da) a. The
replevin order iu each case contains a r.apiaa
clanse for the arrest of the parties If they do
not inrrender the property.
Sept. IS IKtl.
Tke ( ob lets aa (itinera of the Peepte
Horn en the tli a daugliter to Mr. aud
Mra John Thomasi all dolug well.
Miss Ktta Scraper who hat beeu away on
iMCTetiifrTidl .Sine on the'lith. "
1. Eugene Hall was in Claremore last
week asuitUng aa clerk of the court.
Little Dwight Clark has been on tho nick
lltt this week at hat alto lfwrt I.enox.
Mr. Johnsnn the blacksmith now hat an
atsUtAitt In the person of IV 1. Jtangh.
The new church and achool house la very
near completion; may the good work ifoou.
Fred Jlindn who relieved 5!r. Clark as
agent is quite an accumplluhe 1 ilther plover.
las. and Henry Cochran of Chelsea liae
gone to f'igi: Minion. TJity took tho train
lo thlt point
J . O. Sl.rilTU hns moved ovet on J. C.
Ilogun's place. The letter genlleiuan will
soon move to I'ryoi'CriA'k.
Miss Vada t'oui-h who taught here teto
years ago will again teach our school. All
ere much pleased with thu idea.
Miss Maitle 'Irolinger. who haa been
spending the aittnlnor with her sUlt-r Mrs
J t;. .Miruui l.as r.'tuvoed heme to I ee-villo
Mi.....es nMe Nsni'V nnd Siiraii Foreman
who spent tile summer with their si ler .Mm.
W . II. Whitney lutve gone homo to Hu-.ko-geu.
Mrs. Jack Km ilall departed for a visit lo
relatives at I'urfell on the Tib vVo also un
derstand Mr. Kendall will leave toon for Ala-
bama I O Hall .1. Hull an. I W. C. 1'ntton
ahippeJ twelve cms of cnltle to national to.-.k
yards. M. I.ouiw. W o' . I'atton is also ship-
-On the inornior of Angnst 3"'lh Will a-
ger had a rnnstrnke and waa compelled lo re-
main In bed the rest of thu day but turned out
to the entertainment In the evening.
(ieo. 'lorn tiel.utier forintriy of sra-
. Neb ha
Of the "H. I T.
Iccided to become a resident
' and h-III lieike Adi.ir his
stamping grounds. " It is sincerely hoped
be will be pleas:-.! .
);. M . Clark w ho hat been ag.-i.l lier-i for
two years and a hall has taken a vacation and
Knne to lislnbur 111. t stil ly theology at
lini'-ard I'ntv. r-.ily. He wao arcoinpanie.l
aa far as r-edalia by Mrs. Clark and aeua
Floy and llwight who returned on the Slh.
Saturday nlht. the lllti. there was a so-
cial eatherlng at the home of Mrs Will l.en-
J ox In honor of Misa Jotle 1'urner brr cousin .
Itelng present I can testify that It was a tuc-
' cesa. tin the previona Wednesday there waa
also a party at the home of A O. Johnson
the blacksmith .
Sept Hth I sin. W. II O.
LOW UCIk HllVl; Sl.t.kKliS' Ll I KMOS.
The Missouri. Kausaa A Texas llailway
npon Tnesilaya September oth end S:id and
J October HOi. Ixsn Mill tell Home Seekers
I excursion tickets to pointa in 1 evas aud re- i
mm at greatly re.iuceti rates iirkctt gao l
for thirty dtiys and stop overs attowe.l. Fur
tickets rates folders and particular call
upon your nearert ticket agent or address
Ciastnu Veslier. tien'l Tastenger and Ticket
Agent Sedatla alo V-A
The St. Louis exposition opens
SS-pleniber 3rd and closes October IS
and tho lair at that city occurs October
Nth to lllli. The Frisco lailway oil'eis
nund trip tickets at flVoO au 1 during
Ihe fair at Ill s').
Jay tionld't son Kd ward . and several other
M'Atmiri I'aciflc railroad officials were down
on ihe K . A A. V . on a haul a few day a ago.
A number of Coileiville a'entlemcn accom-
panied them .
Al m'OUTOT Rll. W At But t .
The "Iron Monnltiin llonte" le about to
eqnip ite new line recently complete! be -
tw een Tittle Hock a-id Kansas City with a
d;il:y throug: irain. 1 ::U cba'ij'' w ill go in-
( t. cOVct Ao;r.st 31 t. t.l 1 a trsin or through
' enaebes an 1 slc-pers nill leave l.lttte Kock
Isdj at lib .nt baT papt e'lrjit in the morning.
' ar J ran through by way id Fort Smith and
tftr-'n'r to Kansas City without change.
The "teejr will start from Vlenphis the night
j l'-fore iml '.r e rrra;nder of the tram from
i Little Rock 1 he local train for I ort smith
i w 111 leave l ittle Bock abonl hair peat tt ii.
tlieevening and returning arrive al Little
Kok about two In the at.eraoan.
l'a 1 1
k'8 Pills i-ive eutire) sitis
nn. 1 l.ave ud the: i m tnv Isni-
They ar 1 lie host ! ever use I fur
pm .se V run k Cor ieiiiK. Pur-
In iMn Ti r. For sale bv ratlcn
A t 'o. ilru.'gists.
Wofni-I St. Patnck's Pilis t ) be very
ptt'a ami to glvmapl rid;.! .t-ittistacti'.n.
Tbcy ire now k Ii mt tiio nrt'v kin 1
ri'led for. V. . . Vai!iiT. Oasis la.
I or a.i'e I v Pall in A Co drtigj :ts.
sicin-ner Ratcliff &s Co.
Will please bear in mind that
Skinner Rutclilt'ife Co. are still tlie
leaders in' the Dry Goods liusinois.
We have some extra good bargains
in our stock that wo desire to close-
out. All fresh Sca.sonahle Goods.
For superior hargaina wo submit
the following lirt :
1 lot Scotch Giiighatns h' 2-.1o
'Tinor price 25c.
1 lot French litirud sittino lHu
foriner price 25c.
1 lot India siiks 12 1 2c fornior
1 lot India bilks 18c former price
1 lot Batiste new ami handsome
signs 12 l-2c former prieo 15c.
1 lot Challies 7 I-2c former price
1 lot Challies Tic forriier prii:c 8 l-.'?c
1 lot Figured Lawns G 1 4c former
We liavo slso a large assort-
ment of Summer Dress Goods in
black and white wash fabrii ks nt
prices within tho reach ol all.
Our stock of staple Dry Goods is
always complete and our prices rtlj
ways the lowest. Our reputation'
is national on Lttdie's Misses nnd
Children's Fine Shoes; we havo
made it by supplying the trade with
good reliable shoes at moderato
prices. In medium priced goods
tve are sale agents for Keiley
Goodfcllow it Co's. factory line
of Women's Misses ard Children's
Shoes. They warrant every pair
to give entiro satisfaction to the
wearer. In LattfPS Fine Shoes wo
are exclusive agents for (hp cele-
brated hlrippfliidorf and Dittman
line of Ladies Fine Shoes.
Remember were headquarters
for Clothing Hats and Furnishings.
Skinner Ratcliff & Co.
Skinner Ratcliff &o Co.
Gem Drug Stor
Cany il.t; lincst line of
Drugs. Paints Oils. Wal! Paper etc.. &c.
I j. Southwest Missouri.
Send them an ordci' for anything in the above line and it w ill I
prompt attention. Proscriptions c.trtftiliy lilled with purest drug
West side Cherokee A venue - - - Setiec
i no. l a it x under j
A L E X AM) K ! I
Room 5t'. V'M'jr-.'
Union Stack Yards
Tiaiar by Pormitoica i
W. K llnlsvll. i ii :r . Ind ler
Vitrnmrssnd MerrhautH Rieik. II it ii.in.il. Mo. I
I'avne A Williams. Itmkeis. l aiel'e.Mo
lirHt Arkansas alley Itank W iehita Kan.
'Ihe National llnnt of 1.. Uora lo hhu
II 1'. A yen A Co
l; i - .r- J.i. k-'iiville 111
BEotcctll. Moore c&? Oo
-ue itaxeajiu i -' " ' W" '
J. M ti'AI.K Wm- M'BK.
K. J. S. n:nf.v tCT4S9? X. T. Jackma.n
St. Louis. P:ftp Kansas Cite.
Live Stock Comiuissiuii Merchants.
Kansas City Stock Yards Kansas Ci'y. Mo.
M. Lmiis N.iiioii.il Slock Yards Iliiuiiis. '
I --Letters and telegrams a-lilre.ed lo um nt e.tiicr ard w ill receive prompt at'eu'.ii.n .
KKl KRK.NCI.S:-ILn. (. W. Cl.irk Wm. I.'tt'e Fs. W. I'atton. lis j
Viniia: Clem. V. iiogeif t .. ).M.t.i. .1 l. . .;. iWitn F.si . Adair; ShIii :
II. Mayes. Ffi. Pryor Creek; Clem llnyden Ktp Chouteau. s-ts j
A foiiitiletc stock of I!ulM rs
Doors lntlows JlolJin";- Mixed
Y.ilcw Pir.a FIi::sir.g Izste: rri
rrit'fg furiiislutl oa ii plit.ill. ii.
KANSAS CirV STOCK YAHDS
s. ;:;tt i
i Mn I
il.'.r.k V n cr'-n hi H-'j: Sittywiiniu
M . J ittpsull . Vli;p Sul. t-mii I .
- 1 U ) ( J K L I S ( ).
Ex' it.tNi.K Hi. no.
k Hunk tnilcaso. III.
I- ir. V s t:oia! Hunk . .1 s k m .r. v I n . III.
Third Niti a! tla ik. Seiiil!a. lo.
UnUi.v Sato. i. hi llank.sp 1ui:IIh.. 111.
Ilir - tNat ni Itank. Ml Sterling III.
Iirt National Bank t ineogo. Ill s-4ii
Material. (Ymeiit Lime I.atL
Faints Mull I'aper etc.
Cf s:s S!?irr!as a Sp'.cia!!
'l .in ("ASH.
THE STOCK MARKET DF tST.LOUli
THE ST LOUIS IV AT I OX Alt
Lsttl Kauai Nt. IVeHle Ilk.
Mrexlly eppnalta ibe oily of St Louie. Iluyern
for all dtwurlptlon of Lire Slo. k always la aV
twi lnuet and wtlkla. the rroutij of the Slock
Tauda r a IJav.f Canning f'ajpoy wiig si
capa.lty for slang blaring 1000 boa4 of oatllt)
dally and Pork Hacking hUhlUtim-i.t wlta
t oavau liy for alaugbtaring 2.9X hers 4atly.
ISA1C U. K.0X.rreidc5.
IDAS. T. J0LH. tuDb
C. D. Reserve & Co.
Baxter Springs Kas.
Get our prices before buying.
C. D. MtsmtVK &. Co.
Raiter Spring" Kansas. 8-lS
VIITITA ITTJIlSEnV CO.;
One-fonrth mile east Frisco deiot.
Fruit and Ornamental Trees
(snipe Tiues Small Frulls Ac.
It-cognising tlie fact that none bulllrst-clfiss
stock will find a market oar aim has been to
produce tho best trees po..ifdc. Our condl-
tinua at to aoil ami locution are ihe best.
Prices on appllenil in . Address 4.1
J1ARRS & iiKOWMNG Vinita !. T
.CLAREMORE I. T.
JHE piOPLE SERCHANTj
and all goods kept in a
Gonorea COTWTXIT STOUT!;
in lnrge a: snrtni'Mit nnd
Ha in.' ( i il t'ow Cmii'.o Oidcrs
j ' Solicited.
lVr(eet Satisfaction Guaranteed
5v- Kxuiiiine luv Stiei la Shop
-Mail' limit. ' " Oil
vV. S. AUDRAIN
1'. O. I'raii-ie City I. T.
"X f tl a n g e hi.
q pu-oi lludsou.
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