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L VINITA, I. f. AUCJtW, 188.1.
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Dn.tiilnd Pnmnim1nftnn nf VI
nlta I,odRi), No. 5, A. r . A A . M.
McetB tbo first and tblrd Satur-
davsofcach month nt 8 o'clock, p. ru.
All Itrethrcn are fraternally inultcd.
t.k. couch, w.'m.
v. j. nTniKtiK, sr.c'v.
'I'roacblnc every Snbbath nt lOj-Tm.
in. rfnd 7:30 p. in. Sabbath school nt
MIO j. in. Jtcnitlar prayer mcetlne.
rimrsday evening nt . :."?op. m. " otins
iicoplo's iirnver nicotine overy babbath
ut 0:3 j). in. Nov. J. W. ScroRRH, Pas
xor. MITHOIMIIT KriSCOI'Xt. CllCllCIt SOUTH.
I'rrm bliii! on the first, tblrd nnd
f.i rtb Sabbaths ixt U n in , nnd every
sabbath nt 7 ji. in. l'rnyer inectlni?
rxcry Wednesday at 7 j. in., Sabbath
t'chool every Snbbntb nt 10 nm. Itox-.
I. O. Khanks, Pastor In charge.
Services every second Snbbntb nttho
M. K. Church, nt U n. in. nnd 7 l. 111.
Itev. Win. 1'. Iliixxorth. Pastor.
Railroaa Tlmo Tnbloa.
No. l.V Texas, St. Louis nnd
llnnnlbnl express -10:10 p. in.
in. 1M, Texas, Kansas nnd
Mlxtnnri nvuress 12:R8 II. 111.
I' Ci.iilli lwxltml.
S'o. 1M, llnnnlbnl, St. Louis
nnd Tcxns express :' a. m.
No. l, IIssouri, Kansas and
Texas uxpress. . L:.K.p.tn.
F. I.. Dix'Kkii, Agent.
hT. lOl'IS i. HXN XIUXCIMOO.
r'asKenc.er, easj 2-ft p. in.
Cim-upcr, xxoftt l.':.V j. in.
Freight, east ;:J,u,n-
Frclbl, xxest... , MX) p. 111.
Passi-niier and freijiht.ar.... 1:1B p.in.
Passenger and freluht, lv... . 21.. p. in.
II. II. KitoNDQN, Agent.
Ilonpof jioods nt T,evis.
Reniarknblo greatest-' induce
ment ex'ci od'eicil in groccrio-J ut
' ,'JUvAI,t',M 'Co. f,,r ylir
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I. IX '1 Hi
1( .A iri all lrintln of
v lit nil your t-.vhtcin lf
.nU'olilcil, but (all ami soc
at. M. Frazto : Co. Thoy l:ooji
all Uiiulft of drug's uiul iiicdidncH,
Mint xvillcuio nil diicascs, if taken
C! . W. Tareons makes a f-pleudiil
k liitturc. (Jive hliu 11 trial.
kj'lcitt of rj e at Littles grocery
fivrti' Now ii tlio lime to sow it.
fcFull etock of goods at Loxvis'.
"Duy your tinware at Robt Iron-
DrH. Frnzeo it Rngby hayo a cure
for nil ninlarinl poiaoning. Prickly
: nsh No. 1 cures conHtipation.
Trx-.ono sot' of Lcwih' hnrncHS,
San (I it you need a uuddlo call on
W.oll paper cheapest at llay-
llobt. Ironsido8Poll queensxvaro
cheap for tho cash.
AUyc men who have calves to
wintor, buy your rye at Littles and
fcoxv it in September.
John Swain is tho boss workmnn
of Vinita. When you want to pur
chase a saddle or harness givo him
Wo can't help ill Vinita is full
of poiRon. Dr. Frazee has arnica
If you want a good cooking plovo
call and eco llobt. Ironsides.
Go to Raymonds for cofllns, cas
kets and furniture
Mcrrcll's medicines at Franco's.
See their beautiful fiign just bo.
fore tho red front drug store, Dr.
Ragby is in Ujo 8toro.stuilingatyou.
, Since tho olection, Adair and
Hicks aro dispensing smiles frco of
clinrce at Lowis.
Now is tho time for fall plowing,
lie Bitro and sow at least from five
to ten acros in yo, You can get
your cccd from Little.
llobt. Ironside has plenty to
cat. and plonty to soil to his custo
mers. See- that fimilo on hia face.
Clo to Raymonds for niattresbos,
bod lounges, easy chairs, etc. Re
pairing neatly done.
When in tho city, visit Parsons
picture gallery. It will pay you.
(Jive Hicks a dollar at Lowis
anil get a "heap" ot goods and ono
ot his election Hiuiles, warranted
to keep in any climate four years.
Ho sure and purchaso your rye at
Where in the untiring Frank
Vasal Here 1 nml Come and boo
If you want to bq pulverized iu
Get ready for the fnlr.
Tito building boom Iiiib begun
Wbnt nro yon going to exhibit nt the
A lnrgo bnnd of wild Indians t til bo
liuruat tlio fnlr.
Tho pruiulum IMa of thu Vlnltn fair
will soon bo out.
The grox(h of thu Coiigregutiounl
church Is stiJndy,
Prof. Scroggs la laying oil" n town nt
Chelflon this wool;.
Why Is it Hint tho business men of
D. W. I.lpo intonils" to erect a dwell
ing house in Violin fur Ills family.
Tho Presbyterian church will bo nil
elognnt nnd commodious structure.
Mr. D. K. Ward has bio n qulto sick
for Kovurnl xveoks, and Is 8(111 very low.
Tho nexv postal uotes '"'II bo ready
for circulation on Septci i!u' 3rd, next.
Knlston, of Deluwuro district, has
inndu nrrangemnuta to build in this
MnJ. J. A. Foreman is manifesting
considerable Interest lit our fair this
Tho prssotigcr train on tho Frisco
hmko down Monday, 3 miles cast of
Why not organize 11 cattlo breeders
club nt this place during thu week of
The Vinltn fair this year xvlll bo tho
grandest ever known in thu Indian
It. W. Lindsay xvas up on Monday
pushing things In connection with tho
fair, Sept. 18.
A severe drouth Is prevailing in
Texas. A xvntcr famine at Galveston
Peaches aro coming in by tho wagon
load every day, selling from fifty cents
to $1.30 pur bushel.
Tho directors of tho fair have- about
completed arrangements for music for
the coming exhibition.
A much greater interest xvlll bo man
ifested in tho fair nil over tbo country,
than xxus exinced last year.
Thu payment nud tho Vinita fair
will come vurj nenr together. It is
hard to tell xxhleli is tho greater event.
A simdo nnd nx fight nmong tho
plelies, in n small hut just south of
the public school. Patrician seo to it.
Tlio agent hns been Instructed by
O.o Indian Commissioner to jirexent
any prize i';!itB being fought hi thu In
Worcester Acndeiiiy "xvCll open Sept;'
Gth xxitli one more teacher thtlu last
x car, nnd eicrythlng is in gnods'.iapo
for n hplendld school. '
Frank Howard, our old townsman,
Im ret urn oil. Ho is engaged 111 taking
jiieturoo of ex-ory description, executed
in the highest Htylo of tho art.
The mayor nf Vinita Bays that the
Inxvsof this plmv can lw unforred, and
he further sax s, that it shall be faith
fully and hnuoMl.x executed.
Tho government made a treaty with
tho Narajos in 18T8, and tolhjs day xvo
nro informed not n single jirovjsion of
thnt treaty hns been carried out by tho
We xvlll soon have n plaining mill In
Vinita. It will bo kept buzzing by
Kobt. Knight The valuable tlmberin
this country can bo utilized by the clt
iron under tho treaty ot 1800.
A wonderful cavo hns been discover
o t on Horso crcok, In Delnxx-aro Dis
trict, I. T. It Ic situated within thrco
miles and a half of tho Frisco It. It.
Lying cast of Vinita. Geologists como
nnd o.x)loro tho cavo and givo it a
Marshal Isabel has been busily en
gaged In taking the names of certoin
gnmblcrs of Vlnltn, nud having them
reported to tho U. 8. Agent forrcmovnl.
Hurrah for tho officers of the lax, tho
good citizens will sustain you in your
Tho Slado-Mitcbell priro fight, which
Is to come off on OiollthofSoplombcr,
will not bo In this jilacj. Government
Interfering. An onlcr of Commissioner
Piice, at Washington, to Indlnn Agent
Tufts, Muskogee, I. T., has been Issued
directing him to tnko steps to prevent
tho ffght nttompted in tho torritory.
Coo-xvoes-coo-xx'eo nnd Dolnxvnro DIs
trlcts nro thriving nnd growing xvlth
their beautiful houses, and largo bonis
of cattle, horses, Bbcep and hogs. All
o mountain Cliorokecs, como west of
Grand river, and 6olcct you n home.
Tito future says cc mo; plenty of room
fur nil xvho may feel i.jcllned to sottlo.
Tho Vinltn of 1878 Is not tho Vinita
of 1883. Five years of space hnd pros
perity Is xx'orking xx'ondcrs in tho place.
It has increased greatly in size, beauty
nml population. It is tho most impor
tant town In tho Indian Territory.
Tho business and spiritual Interests
hnvo not been left to drug nlong. Tho
dill'crcnt 'denominations nro repre
sented and havo good housos of
Tho seminaries nnd jmblic schools of
tho Chorokeo Nation xvill begin on
Monday, September 3rd, 188:1. A good
faculty nt tho seminaries, Worces
ter Academy , Viulta, 0. N., filrat
class school for box s and glrla. Visit
tlio school or address Rov. J. W.
Ki-roggs. Tuition paynbloln ndvnnce.
llonnl In private- families from $2.00 to
$2.W) jcr xvcek. Hoard can bo reduced
one-third by students renting n room
and clubbing together.
Tho gigantic scheme of leasing tho
country xvost of 1X1 deg, West Longi
tude, xvhoreby tho Chorokeo Nation ex
pects 0110 hundred thousand dollars
jcr year, Is recelvlug the attention of
a good iiidiiy papers, and it Is being
dlecusacd by tho iutclligenre of tho
country. It If a uubject thnt should bo
thoroughly understood, by the people,
lor It certainly contemplntes tho nb-
orptlon by tho corporation tlw very
Mnj. JcdihA. Foreman, of Miukcgce,
is hi tho city.
W. .1. Strang's intended- trlj(
has been postjioned.
lon't yon henr the hnuimcr, saw, nx
and tho busy hum of machinery.
MaJ. 1). W. T.ljio and family xvoro In
the city Monday and Tuesday.
Miss Cora Archer is visiting in tho
city, theguctt of Miss Fannie lllithe.
5,400 head of beef cattlo passed thro'
Vinita this week, hound for tho east
A great many Mrnngo faces in Vlnl
tn business and curiosity brought
Capt. Nelmus, of Vlnltn, will noon
bo ready to sell goods to tho iteoplo.
Tho Cnpt. mniis business.
Miss Ada Archer, nud sister, Miss
Corn, of locust Grove, accompanied by
Miss Fannie lllytho, called 111 to see
tho "ilevll," last Monday.
J. G. Cash, of the linn of Cash, Stew
nrt & Co.,llxn stock nud commission
meruhnuts, tU. Louis, Mo mndo tbo
Ciiiekt.xin oillec n call last Tuesday,
- Tho fourth quurtorly coiiferoilJO Tit
Vinita station, x.'ill bo held next Sntur
day and Sunday at the Methodist
church. Itcv's.T. F. llrexx or, of Musko
gee, nnilM. L. llutler, of Fort Gibson,
nro exj)ected to bo present, nnd nil
dress the meeting.
Tho directors of tho Vlnltn fair nro
now pushing things, nnd tho indica
tions aro that the fair at this place will
be a grand success. The premiums of
fered aggregate from $5,000 to $0,000.
The sjieed ring purse, ?l,G00; blooded
cattle, JMX), and in nil other depart
ments the pursos arc on n liberal scale.
Tho grounds nt Vinita nro tho most
beautiful in the Cherokee Nation. Tho
accommodations made by the associa
tion xx ill make thu fair a most pleasant
place for n large assembly of peopls.
Comeyeb'nxon, und seo the Itedmeu'a
fair. We have txxo lines ot railroad
running through our city, which will
givo you an opportunity tp seo Loin nil
Ids glory. Wo nro rejoicing In tlio rcn
lirntlon of higher rewards for agricul
tural labor than during any other con
tinuous four years in our history.
There will be a regular meeting
of tho Cherokco Protective and De
tective Stock Association held iu
Vinita, I. T ., tho first Monday in
September, 1883. All members
aro respectfully requested to at
tend. IJy order of tbo President.
IlKNllY ElFFEKT, Scc'.V.
If you are billious go to Dr F ra
zees Lumber for Salo,
A lari'o lot of nativo nino lumber
.(nn tjui .railroad nt Qhotoau. For
prict'N ecu can on jnr nuuTCSH,
Chateau, I. T.
A bottle of prickly ash bitters to
seaMin your lemonade at Frazoe's.
Ocitllo for JLo.
A herd of 700 or SOO good ave
rage stock cattlo tor sale very cheap.
For further particulars call on 11.
II. liyinm, Vinita, or C. M. Mo
C'lolhin, Uowula, Ind. Ter.
G. W. Gieon can ho found in his
store at all times, with his accom
modating clerks. Ho has full
lino of goods of all kinds, and pro
poses to sell at a small profit. .
I bay filly, star-in forehead, left
hind foot whito, 2 years old. 1 dark
iron.gray illy, star in forehead. 3
whito feet, 1 year old. 1 black filly,
1 year old, had a hell on whon last
seen. 1 will pay a reward of $5
apiece or 16 for the thro.
W. F. Goodman, Cancyvillo, Kb
Green sells goods to ovorybody.
A first-class hav nrcss. in eood
shape. Will deduct 8100 from first
cost. Must bo sold. Address box
75, Vinita, I. T.
Green's new slock has arrived.
He keeps a general assortment.
For Salo or Trade !
A hotel building, furnituro and
everything complete Situated at
tho Junction of tho Santa Fo and
'Frisco railroads. Is doing a good
business. Reason for sidling sick
ness in family For particulars in
quire at this offico, or address
U. W. SWEESY,
Parties wishing to ordor fruit
trees for fall planting can procure
tho best selected stock nnd varie
ties from Dr. Haghv at Frazco's
drug storo. Satisfaction guarran
teed. Pricos low.
A. O. RAYMOND 5e OO.
Heiulnuartors for Farm Machin
ery, luivo in stock a full lino of
Osborne Mowers and Reapers,
Sulky and Rovolving Hay Rakes.
All of thobest makes nude. 373m
Notice to tlio Public.
I hava completed arrnngoments
by which can noxv supply tho de
mand for nil lumber needed west of
Grand river. I lmVe bought (ho
cut of Dial's milis, situated an
Spring creek, G. N., and tnko this
molhod of notifying parties wish
ing lumber from that mill, for use
wesioi uraiiu river, iiiuv inuy can
only procuro it through mo, You
will always, until further notico,
find a conudeto supply at my mills
mouth of Pryor's creek, V. N.
oHoaice 1 11010,11 ,. 1. r,
1 brty horse, about II hafldfl high,
about 10 years old, star in the fore
head, scar on tho left hip, crippled
in tho right hind leg, has saddle
marks on tbo back, no brands, nt
J. Drow'n, at tho mouth of Uird
1 Korrol marc, star in tho foro
hoad, M hands high, f or 0 vcars
old, branded V S, at Tip Mayes'
on Grand river.
1 year old inure colt, dark roan,
no brands, blai'.o face, at Joe Mil
1 sorrel stud pony, blaze faro, U
years old, no brand, at Aleck
1 pided pony mare, 4 years old,
no brands, at oko Taylor's place
on Dog Creek
1 bay yearling marc colt, no
brands, at John It. Wells place on
1 bay mare ponv l.'l hands high,
branded on the shoulder V, has a
1 bay 2vear old horso, no brands
nt 0. II. Vorron'a ranch, Timber
1 black horse pony, about 10
hands high, '2 or !5 years old, brand
ed on the hip and shoulder E L, at
Hill Miller's on Dog Crock.
1 bay maro.fi years old, 11 hands
high, branded on tbo left shoulder
M, at F. Goodman's place on Cali
1 bay horse, 0 years old, star iu
tho forehead, 3 white- feet, has'sad
dle and harness marks on him, no
brands, has a scare on tho back
part of tho hip looks like a book
from a coxv, shod all around whon
taken up, at Cull Howes' on Pryor
1 bay niaro about ! years old, 11
bands high, star in the forehead,
snip on the nose, a white leet, one
in tront, harncsmarks, no brands,
ut Cull Rowctttroi: Pryor Creek.
1 gray maronuul colt, mare about
10 years old, tho mare has tho
swinney in the right shoulder,
about M hands high, branded on
tho left hip and sliouldor with a
bpanisli urnnu, ntJim fields' iilace
on Pryor Creek.
1 dun filly 3 years old, has xvhito
doxvn the forohead, about 12 hands
high, branded on the loft shoulder
IS nud on the hi) b K, niiimng at
1 roan 3 year old horso, about
12 hands high, branded on the left
hip Ho, ruuuingat Sullivan s place
1 black mare, about 3 years, old,
13 hands hiuh, no brands, at Vitnn
1 dun marc and colt, mare about
M lmnd8 high, 7 years old, brand
ed on the jaw Xand M on the left
hip, at Sullivan's plaoo.
1 black mart;, I years old, 13
hands high, branded on thu left
shoulder j", 1 mining at Henry
1 dun horse pony, about 10 hands
high, 10 years old, has a white
strip doxvn tho faco, at Jim Me
Coy's on Dog Crook.
1 black horse'pony, -1 years old,
no brands, at Zeko Taylor's.
1 black yenrling colt, has ablaze
faco, no brands, at Vann Cham
bers. 1 sorrel pony marc, about 5
vears old. has a' xvhito strino down
tho forehead, branded on tlio right
hip (20,)at Thomas G. Catcher's.
1 bay 3 year old pony, about 12
hands high, no brands, running at
Dennis Whitmiro's place on Light
1 Forrol roan yoarli'ng colt, brand
ed C S, at Jim Sunday's.
1 biazo faco chestnut sorrd maro,
about 10 years old, 14 hands high,
no brands, has a small xvhito spot
on the left side of the neck, in euro
of Vann Chambers.
1 brown bay pony horso, about
13 lianas high, 11 years olu, no
brand, at John McCoy's.
1 black mnro pony, blazo faco, 0
or 7 years old, 12 hands high,
branded on tho left shoulder T N,
at Joe Daniels' on Virdigris.
1 dun maro pony, about 1 1 hands
high, 12 years old, has xvhito spooks
in each eye, branded on each side
of tho jaw with a Mexican brand,
at Willis Busters' on Virdigris.
1 bay more pony, about 13 hands
high, 12 years olu, branded on the
left shoulder R. D., and on the
right hip 80. at Cove Bufiington's
on Grand Rivor.
1 chohtnut sof rol horse, about 15
hands high, -1 years old.no brands,
at Mrs. Hill Sunday's nlaco.
1 sorrel 2 year old filly, star in
tho forchend, about 13 hands high,
no brands, at John Martin's on
1 brown yearling, colt, star in the
forehead, no brands, nt Jim Mc
Coy's. 1 bay maro, star in tho forehead,
snip on tho noso, littlo whito on
ono front foot, and somo on ono
hind foot, has saddle nnd harness
marks on her, brtln'lcd on tho right
Hhoulder 2,800, and the left thigh
Li, and on tlio snoumer v 1, at
1 sorrol roan pony maro. 4 years
old, about 10 hands high, olazo
faco, branded on tbo right shoul
der with a Spanish brand, and on
the left shoulder (' H, at Jim Sun
day's placo. r
1 black 2 Vfiat olutu.il pony.
star in tho f8Huw&!1liPRlnHI1
uyu, mi ui iiiaxiqk
av jonn iuuruu s uutMR " Il,'uyj
1 roah Bpnckloil ;l il1"'"! or,
marked, cron and BpuUiPlH' right
car, and underbit in wS lt. blotcli
brand, nt C. A. Nop4v plae9(on
Grand Rlvur. K
j rc,i ftnA'"'1 pitied cow tind
(.air w-, years old; m 1, ark
1 blfio roan sided xvhito- b.iok I
year old steer, no brand, "marked
ixvallowfork and umlorbil in Jho
loft out, running at Hill MrClollan'H
1 rcfl hall fner fleer, 0 years old,
blotch brand, looks like S C, nt
1 rod sided line back roxV and
bull yearling, yearling unmarked,
coxv marked swalloxvfork and over
bit ill pie loft ear, and undertit in
tho right ear, cow branded on tho
side Lj at Henry Chambeis.
1 retl roan 3 year old steer, run
ning at Naggs jilare on Virdigris
1 rod unmarked hull yeailing,
whito tail, running at Frank John
1 bllic buffalo colored cow, no
marks or brands, at Josh Alborty's
placo on Pryors crcok.
1 xvhito 2 yrni' old cow, with
black snots on tlio 1 1 role and head,
no mark or brand, at Win. Towns
place tm Pryors crceH.
1 wan bull, 1 years old, no brand
markejl crop in one ear, ami split
in tho otlior ear, running on Wolf
1 brindlb inottloy face 3 year old
steer, marked crop and underbit
in 0110 ear, and crop and a split in
the otlior, branded on the left hip
C, at A. M. Rider's place on Pryors
1 rod. bundle 2 year old steer,
branded on the left btilo N, anil
saniu.jddn K, at 'Rollins Adair's
place On Pryors creek.
1 ptilo red and xvhito speckled !
year old steer, marked crop oil' the
right par, crop and split iu the left
ear, no brand, nt the Sehrimsher
place 'on Cabin creek.
1 red and xvhito spotted coxv, (
or 7 ycure old, marked crop anil
underbit in tho right ear, andaxval
loxvfork nnd underbit in the other,
branded on tho left hip with a
heart, at tho Widow Payne's placo
1 r&m 3 year old steer, marked
crop and split iu tho right ear,
ovorjdopo nml ppUt and underbit in
thoTult ear, blotch brand, at C. A.
Nornitm's on Grand Rivor.
lied cow and calf, coxv 2 years
old, no mark or brand, nt Zeke
1 brown cow and calf, coxv mark
ed ctlp and split in one ear, nud
crop oil' the otiicr, branded 1)0, run
ning on Wolf creek.
4kl iljtfk brindlo stag, 7 years old,
liraifued on the hip 11 A II, and on
tlio ygnl loin 7, tho point of ono
lion sa-ved off, at Ruben Tyner's
pjnee on Canuy.
lfix'hlte stcor, 5 years old, at
Ruben Tynor's place on Caney.
Tblack sided ituilly cow, 5 years
oldtJilnrked sxvalloxvfUrk and un
dorbjt in one car, and underbit in
tho' Other, branded behind tho left
HliouRhir 75, at N. II. Howe's.
slfalSS!" B'l'C(' yearling heifer, no
uftwSWrbrand, at N. H. Howe's.
Preu fpnccklcd 3 year old steer.
marked crop off each ear, no brand,
lxvhlro yearling hcifor, with red
tpctfka oil tho neck, marked crop
nntlunlntrop in tho right car, crop
ahd lfalfjbrop in tho left, running
at)i Hani Brown's on Lightning
1 rd rind xvhito cow and calf, coxv
2 uoanj old, marked crop olFtho
r'0t l',nI' 'i'"" half crop in the
lift ear', nt N. J, Tanner's.
1 hlrio roan coxv, 8 or I) years old,
maidjf,,l crop in tho light ear, un
dorliitfrnd half crop iu the left ear,
branded iji on the left hip, and
bhijettlbrond on tho right hip, nt
Charlie Ross' on Grand River.
1 ! r
l.rcd'sided lino back 2 year old
steeantfinark or brand, at Henry
ljfcdijlod and whito back coxv
twiu uitti -.v)i tijiitrvvvi oiiiniuiTJuiiv
itnd,juiiJorbit in tho left car, Mid
urmaruii, ui 1110 rigni, 110 urr.nu, at,
1 roulami xvhito snccklod 2 vcar
old hitlLjno mark or brand, nt
1 rjoufJpStled coxv and calf, coxv 5
ye.irs oftlno mark or brand, nt
olio, Tujubr's placo on Dog crcok.
) S finjllold hcifor, marked split
in men ear brand not knoxvn, at
J. M. Bryan's.
1 JH'yn xvliito speckled coxv,
brnnUimwi tho sido thus 0 THU O
and on tliwhtp xvith 2 1 connected,
at ,14m lUubr's on Brushy creek.
1 r.c.(l'4meil lino backed yenrling,
no miu-k Jr brand, nt Jim Hidor's.
1 btjvn jir red stcor, xvith somo
xvh'lu p2w tin him, 4 years old,
hranugjd 0n the hip 3, nt J. G.
barroxv 2 years old.
ma kcxl Qjop and uii'derbit nnu
ovo.'bitinthe right car, and 1 spot
ted Doxvj afark tho same, at John
McOttling1s on Caney.
1 ilh4 aul .whito spotted soxv,
martdilp and split iu tho left
car, and, .ndorhnlfcrop in tho right
at A. bh Va on Vhdigris.
1 ''noh oar, about 2 years old,
no mar!:) running on uinnu uiver
atS.mj'ayes' jilaco in tho bot
tom, r J S. H. Mayhs,
bwoPli) sunscitiBE ron
KmjH tMitu eontIai ix ipoc
rC'n,5toiMniit, Tbo yml ' Clrclo,
.etvXrW Btorles, and Illuitrft
loni ot'Sr-V er.U, 1mWc the JtH
?tUimllanr. l'rlco Sl.dOtt
4 rt wr sulhorlrcd to ro
ATIiw. tHM ror piennuia
f tlio ow rli)inocratlo t)t)r xMt of St.
I Um HiiiWJIrth full xV utcrn Attoetc
irQ i'rtM4WVx.iiM. a neo iv n jyw,
iuun.v (i ij. "'
1 & tfizJL
li. ffl. SWAIN,
- Mll PAITI'IIFH 01"-
Everything io be found
in a first-class sliop, as
cheap as any house in
Ft. Louis, Mo.
Tho Only Vholesalo Yards In St.
Louis Accessiblo by Rail
and Water 1
1. I'very rnllroad entering St. I.oul
Ih illrei'tlv trlhtiltirv tn tluKn vunlH.
2. Texas shippers mo Informed that I
connection xvlth these yards from the
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bo made without cost nnd xvlth much
less sliriukngo than to any other.
:i. These yards hnvo the peculiar ml
vantage of being located on the St.
Louis side of tho river, from which
live hundred thousand people draxv
their provision supply.
4. l.verv naekiiiir hotiso In St. Louis
has a regular buyer stationed here.
Jiuyers 01 came, nogs ami sneep, uowi
for the homo market nnd eastern ship
lluyers of cattle, hogs nnd sheep, both
jor tne 1101110 innrKci. nnu eastern sn
nient, aro nt nil times rcjiresontcil.
0. FeTcimfort and convenience tli"so
vnrds hnvo no superior Iu tho country.
Txxo lines of street cnrH approach hero.
Hotel, telegrajdi olllccs nud other con
veniences for stockmen on thniiremlses
W. A. RAMSAY, President.
Secretary and Trensurer. 1
Full Xexv Stock just hough In Salni
TaiiiIs nt lowest xv holesalo p. ;es and
now for sale at
Gush pahl for furs, hides, etc. Cash
or goods iu exchange for cattle. Trade
TULSA, I. T.
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D. S. HICKS,
Vinita, I. T.
pOSitf Isfrtctlon Clunrnn teed.-tT..
3)nily Stngo !Linc
Muskorjco, I.T.,to Ft.Smitlf.Ark
KKIIITY.lOUIt MILKS IX TWKNT1
Nexv conrhos nnd gooxl slwk. IJ1
lance, eight v milooj schedule time,
Ixxentv-foiir hours. AInkes elnso con
nccthih nt Mtiskogeu xxith tralnsoii the
Missouri l'aelile rnllroad, nud nt Fort
Smith with the Little Rock A: Fort
Smith nud the Frisco lines.
M. F. KKNNHDY,
TAHLEaUAH, I, T.
JOHN W. STAPLER & SON,
Tvlalocj.-ci..la, O. 3ST.
They hnx'o a full stock of dry
goods of nil kinds, boots, shoes,
lints, caps, qubeusxvnrc, hard
xvaro, groceries, xvngons, Ac.
Ifyouxvnut fnlr-squaro dealing and
the full xvorth of your money Iu qual
ity ps xicll as quantity of goods go to
tlio old, reliable linn of John W. Sta
pler A Hon. 18-;lm
Oliver E. Hindes,
Manufacturer of anil Penlor In
HAKN'KSS, SADDI.KS, COU.AHS,
IIUIDLKS, WHll'ri, COM1IS.
lmusiiica Ktc., Kte.
notinlrinir neatelv done. All work
warranted. St. Louis prices dupli
cated. Urders lrom a distance
filled on short notice.
TK.VAS BMUtll.W A SI'IX'IAI.TV.
Clivo us a call beforo you
J. T. ltoberls, ofUallas, Tox.,in charge.
C. M. Keys & -.Co.
Olllco Kos. and 10 Kxchnngo Building
ST, LOUIS NATIONAL STOOIC
ST. CLAIR COUNTY, ILLS,
And everything usually kept in
a well atiorted store. I tell low
a tho lowest for cash. Call and
see me and prico my goods.
G. H. LEWIS,
St ( fur milos east of Ch
leau, mouth f Pryor's Creek.
Rest selected stock of General
Mcrchnndiso in tho Ohcrokco Na
tion. Goods sold for cash or its equiv
alent, Goods out of season sold nt cost.
No trouhlo to show goods'.
Noxv goods every week,
Good ferry alxTays nhinitig oh Urn ml
Itlxer during hiyh water, Uustomers
Will tnko stock of any kind, Wool
Hides. Furs. Pecans, lv-'cte itc.
at hlgliest market prico in o'x
GivOmah call und clifkMM, yHfc
eoir that I j! "Bijfbi.Htfe
f f-pnt nwiJSf
vuim, 1. T.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
VISiTA, I. T
Strict attention to nil crtcehtruslc '
to my carov 1
W. K. DAVIS, M. 1 ).
Cntls promptly nltirtdcd to-, day or
night. Bpcclal flltcflthfrt given to
surgery and diseases of women
nil WW-" "" " ' " "
OT, T3L, JkJSLXJST,
A-fctornoy tit Law,
tlJfAr t ,
Will Prnctfco Jlcforc Any of tho
Courts of tho Nation i 1
JOIflf P. LY0H3
Attorney and Collecting Agent
t out aiifeo, i y.
Par tlettlrtr nttontlom gltert to1 cJahns.
ST. Rg. BUJXjXj,
A.fctornoy ut Xia-w
oAiinV'tf Ft'nfty, i, t.
1 wish to inform tho public that
I am now propareil to make
ALL KINDS OF PICTURES.
At Rcasonablo Rates',
PICTURES' TAKEN Oh"
Ah xvoll as when thtf Surf &hin,o8
Enlarging antfCbpyingold picturorf
,. A S)ecfnlty.
afirOpposito VJnitrt Hoftff
(Mf( Vinita, Ind. Tor.
fmntt E. Voting, Proprietor
Mnscogoe, 'Ind., T.r
Greatly Unlargcd, Eertnt Table,
J- M. Perryman,
R. C. WOODSON, Jr., Proprietor.
' Tho,.only ilricfc Hotel in tho
City. Headquarters foroattlomcn;
S. T. HERMAN,
Clietoprf, ' KnnnUa.
flealer In FurnlttirejCrtftlBS, Oi--Kans,
and Srwlttg Muchbius.
Hokeops coHstsntly on hand a full
stock of erety thing in Ms HMe'of br.sU
ness. Ordefu by tei'epaph promptly
filled by ily of nlgUU 1-20-1 yp
tiy OBORdH V. MMEItSON,
VINITA, - - - - I, T.
I keep fine Tobecos, Clgarn, Nuts,
Cafldlca and rill klehls of nick-iMCKs.
I'nro Apple C'ldw always 011 hainU
Call and me wlies you 10 no t
Mf me wiies you 10 no 1
1-7 O. AV Emorson.
Furs smi Picins,
jMCBriys tot wk ely, na pys thu
The Live SWk MmH4 ?f fit. llz
TIIL ST. L0l yAYlAL
Loo fit Kit SV.'LqiU, ill. '
l)lry efiMwlU tWrityfel'SJt. t)uisA
Uiwuki Car all ' i-.i-.. a Hvt ativ'Ii
IuAwnyc Ih aiWtMdMW ndr,xMxU UA,,
ffWMt of fkti atiwir.yn nrv n U.f
mmim tonmmrt mli is t,-iieity fr
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