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li no rm year.
0. "W.'SWEESY, Anuciate Editor.
; VIMTA, I T. At til sr. VI.
Rate of Advertlslntf.
Oim iiUHn, It'll line Wvlcr,
fur tli u lii l iiiM'i looi mil I i.i it iil fr
B( ll llluMMjlll'lll ill'i'lllllll.
I ne-Ttui rt It milium.
Twelve and ono-hiilf per cut ik It !!
to the ahove rule fur douhlo-coliiiiiii
All mlvertisenienU will li charge.
iy tin- mum miles contract in made
liv the nuiiilh or year
5 B 1
? S 5
ll ix l"
17 in :
Vi M Irt
HI 7ft H
7ft nm Km
Regular CoinninnicHlloii ol VI-
ff n' I-"''"'! "'' A' '' A'
V Meets the Arid iiml third Satur
day nf each mouth at H oVIiH'k, - in.
All Brethren ro fraternally inuited.
T. r. roi'i ii, w.'m.
W. J. RTIIANfiF, SKI' v.
i xion c uincii.
J'reachinir every Sahlmth t lfl:4ft a.
ni. ami 7;:M ii. hi. Sthhath school nt
? SO p. in. Regular prnyiT meeting
f humilny evenings at 7::) p. in. Ynuiw
people's prayer meeting every Sabhnth
st 1U5 p. in. Rev. J. w . Scruggs, 1 as-
HKTIIOIUBT Kl'lROfAl, riU'KCII BOl'Tll
Preaching on the first, tliinl and
fourth Snlilmtha utlln. in., mid every
Sabbath Bt 7 p. in. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday nt 7 p. in. Sabbath
School every Snlilmth at 10 mil. Uev.
I. O. Shanks, Pastor In charge.
Services every wound Sabbath at tlie
M. E. Church, at 11 a.m. nnd 7 p.m.
Kov. Win. P. Iliiworth. Pastor.
hi f t ml i r l-th.
(irl rii.l li tltp t,.ir.
Tim Yiiiil I.i l In I uoinllig
1 lu .inl.,ng I-hi ...o 1 1 , iiii.
What aru i .mi !iiii In ciliiliit at llm
A large I an. I of wild In. loom will be
h.ivnt l!m f.iir.
Tlie premium liU uf tliu Viuilu fair
Kill mien tie unt.
Tin' growth cf the I'oiin gulional
rhiin h i ft "rt.lv.
Piuf. K, n t'Li i l.iyuiK nil a I nun ut
ClicUca this week.
Why is it llutl Ihu liHMiii'hii nicu of
Vinita do tod advertise',
1). W. l.ipo Intends to iroct a dwell,
ilig house In Vinila fur iiIn family.
The l'renhyli'iian elm reh w ill he an
elegant and coiiiiuodiuUH ktructuto.
Mr. l. E. Ward him heen quite iek
fur m wiul ueeka, and in slill very Iuh,
The new piinlal uolenwill he ready
for tireiilati' ll on Hopleinher 'M, m- t. j
Jialton, uf lH'lawaru dixtiiet, liai
made ariaiigeuienia to build in thin
V..J. I, I. n A I mi. ii.it.i. or Mu.-.k..,;. e,
1 ii Ihe i il y.
W.J Mri,np' iniiiidid tup
ha ht l 11 ptl jii'lied.
I'.'ii't ion I.i hi tlm I.iiimiiii i, at
and ll e IhikV liinu f nun hiiu ry.
Mnj It. V. l iKBIld li.lllilV WITtt in
the e,IV M.'li.lnv ti 1 . 1 I i.i dav.
I. o k I
Ilia l'r. Aiihil la liiliini ill
i lly, llu 'ii. uf lii. Paiiuie Ulilhe.
ft.lHI hi ad of heef riillle '.e. thru1
linla thia Meek, hound I'T thu rant.
A Kr,'.it Many rliane la en In Villi
In -hiiHiiie'i and ciiiioaily hruulil
Ciigd. Nelllllli, of lllll.l, Mill Bui I II
ho ready to m II toi.d to the piople.
1 he I'apt. iiniiis hiiniiu .
MImi Ada .Wilier, and kUi.t. Mimi
( hi , of l.m i.l (irue, aeioiiiiuiiied hy
.Mih l aniiie lllylhe, called in to no
the "devil," last Monday.
J. (i. Cuidi, nf the III in of Caidi, Hicu
art A Ci) ,lne aioek and cominiMiliiu
on n IiiiiiIb, M, lamia, Mo., made the
Omar a in idlii e a call laxt Tueixlav.
1 i!l,' I I'l ; i.le.I ),..!
Vear u I 'ei Ii i l.i.ih I, i,;i, .i ,
-ll llluw t'.il I; Mi'! II!) I, li lt III ).
I ll It ear, Mllllil'jfHt lilil Mfl'Irll.Ul'
i lit t'lalelliol'l'.
I I led hull fai-e tlier 1, e.-nt ttl.l
I lav loiiM', iili.'Ut 1 1 IiuihI liili, ; ,,,, , I,,,,,,,!, s f nt
aliolil lu Miti idar iutln" fme. I 'MI)1 ( 1 1 1 ji i i 1 1 - in .
t I" .t'l, hear oil the . It iii, ci t,di'i
i in iit ri-'d liitnl I, -, f:i. Idle
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I I' il hi. I. il liiii' liaeli i i iv mi I
1,11 I rill I'll ! V. in lil.u .mi I , d
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u, ci, n f, i.l mo iii.iiMii ii iitni ;
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i i'n in ine it-ii cur, ami iiinii iiiu in
I tlie rit:lit iiir. run l.ian.le.l on the
1 amii'l inure, nlar In tlie fore- j Md.' I., ill Henry t'l,,im!n
Maj. J. A. I'oreiimn is liiaiiifestini!
'oiiMiderahle inlet.bt In our fair thia
The piiaacux-cr train on t ho Friaeo
hiuko down .Monday, 3 luilea eu.it of
Railroad Time Tables.
.Vo. l.r2, Texas, fit. I.ouis and
Hannitml expresa 10:18 p.m.
'. 154, Texaa, Kansas and
Missouri express 12:8 p. m.
No. 151, Hannibal, St. Umia
nnd Texas express 4:0!l a. m.
No. 153, Missouri, Kansas and
Texas express 2:S2 p. in.
F. L. Ueckkr, Ajieut.
ST. I.Ol'IS Ii BAN FRANCISCO.
Passenger, east 2:0S p,m.
Passenger, west l-':;r !'
Freight, east, 4:loa. m.
Freight, west (i:IH)p. m.
Passenger and freight, nr.. .. l:lop.m
Passenger and freight, lv.... 2:13 p. in
11. il. r.li.miTiumiiTi, rtm;.,.
Why not organize a cattle breeders
club at this place duiiiijj the Week of
Heap of goods ai Lewis.
Remarkable greatest induce
mcnt ever oflered in groceries at
t!o to Jolm Martin & Co. for your
linmese mid saddles.
Raymond leads in all kinds of
Don't wait till vour system be
comes enfeebled, but call and set
Dr. M. Frazt e & Co. They keej:
all kinds of drugs and incdicines,
that will cure all diseases, if taken
Q. V. Parsons makes nsjik'ndid
picture. Give him a trial.
Plenty of rye at Littles grocery
store. Now in the time to sow it.
Full stock of goods Qt Lewis'.
Buy your tinware at Robt Iron
Drs. Frazee & Pagby have a cure
for all malarial poisoning. Friekl y
ash No. 1 cures constipation.
Try one set of Lewis' harness,
and if you need a saddle call on
Wall paper cheapest at Ray
monds. Robt. Ironsides sells queensware
cheap for the cash.
All ye men who have calves to
winter, buy your rye at Littles and
sow it in September.
John Swain is the boss workman
of Vinita. When you w ant to pur
chase a saddle or liarno give him
We can't help it! Vinita is full
of poison. Dr. Frazee has arnica
and stryi luiiiio '
If you want a good cooking stove
call and see Rirfd. Ironside.
Go to Raymonds for coffins, cas
kets and furniture.
Merrill's medicines at FrazeeV
Fvc their beautiful sign just be
fore the red front ilrutf sti re. Dr.
IJagby is in the (-tort smiling at yon.
Since the election, Adair and
Hicks are dispensing smiles free of
charge at Lew is.
Ihu Vinita fair thia year will bo the
grandest ever known in the Indian
It. W. hiirilsuy was up ou Monday
pushing things ill connection with the
fair, Sept. IS.
A severe drouth is prevailing in
Texas. A water famine at (.ialvestou
Peaches are coining in by tho wagon
load every duy, Belling from fifty cents
to $1.50 per bushel.
The directors ot the I'uir have about
completed iirrancemciitB for music for
the coining exhibition.
A much greater interest will be man
ifested in the fair ull over the country,
than was evinced last year.
The payment aud the Vinita fair
will come vcr uear together. It is
uird to tell which is the greater event.
A spade and ax light among the
pieties, in a small hut just south of
the public school. Patrician Bee to it.
The agent has been instructed by
the Indian Comn iaaioner to prevent
any prize tights being foughtin the In
The foiirlh iiiniUrly ouufcreiicn fur
Vinita station. ill he held next Satur
day and Sunday at Ihu MellmdiNt
church, Ifev'a.T. F, llrewer, of Mimko'
gee, and M. I.. Holler, of Fort (iilisoii
are expected to he present, and ad
dress tho meeting,
The direetora of lie Vinita fair are
now pushing things, and the indica
tions are that the fair at this place will
be a grand success. The premiums ol
fercd aggregate from f'),K to f i,l).
The speed ring purse, JI.VHl; hl.ioded
cattle, fVK), and in all other depart
ments the purses are on a libera! m ale.
The grounds at Vinita ure the most
beautiful in the Cherokee Nation. The
accommodations made by the associa
tion will make the fair a most pleasant
place for a largo assembly of pcopls.
t'ome ye Savon, and see the Hodmen's
fair. Wo have two lines ot railroad
running through our city, which will
giveyoii an opportunity to ace Lo in all
his glory. We are rejoicing in the rea
lization of higher rewards for agricul
tural labor than during any other con
tinuous four years in our history.
Stock iMon. '
There will be a regular meeting
of the Cherokee Protective and De
tective Stock Association held in
Vinita, I. 'f ., tho first Monday rh
September, 1883. All members
are respectfully requested to at
tend. )y order of the President.
Hkkuy Eu'FKitT, Sec'y.
lint'!, Illinois huh, ."i or Ii years
obi, I. landed V S, ut Tip Mayes'
on ti nun! river.
1 year old inure coll, da'k ro ni,
no brands, blaze face, ut Joe Mil
ler's. 1 sorrel Mud oiiv, blaze face, '.'
years old, no brands, nt Aleck
1 pided p.uiv i'iiiiiv, 4 yeui's old,
no brands, at Zi ke Taylor's place
on Dog t'reek
1 Iniy yoiii'linir inure coll, po
brands, nt John R. Wi lis place on
1 bav mare tmiiv J.'J hands high,
branded on the shoulder V, has a
1 bay 2 vear old horse, no brands
at (i. JI. Vorron'n ranch, Timber
I led man .'1 yuir old steer, run
ning III Xilgga' place o,i Vililigris.
1 leil unmarked bull yeailin;,
while tail, running nt Pi.t'ik John
1 blue 1 ill ir.tu colored cow, no
marks or biands, nt Josh Albeitv's
place on Piyois creek.
1 white '2 year old cow, with
black siuits on tlie nei l; nnd head,
no linn k or brand, nt Win. Tow. i s'
place on 1'ivors cnek.
1 io,fi bull, -1 yea: s old, no hi and
marked crop in one ear, and split
in the other ear, running on Wolf
. i- Si- -N
If you are billions go to Dr Fi
Oivttlo for Galo
Worcester Academy will open Scpi.
5th with one more teacher than last
year, and everything is in good shape
for a splendid school.
Frank Howard, our old townsman,
lias returned. Ilejs engaged in taking
pictures of every description, executed
in the highest style of the art.
The mayor of Vinita says that the
laws of this place can be enforced, and
he further says, that it shall be faith,
fully and honestly executed.
The government made a treaty with
the Xarajos in 1S1I8, and to this day we
are informed not a single provision of
that treaty has been carried out by the
We will soon have a plaining mill in of goods of all kinds, and pro-
Vinita. It will be kept buzzing by poses to sell at a small prolit.
Kobt. knignt 1 lie vnlualiie limlierm
this country can be utilized by the cit
izen under the treaty ol ISM.
Lumber for Sale.
A large lot of native pine lumber
on tho railroad at Choteau. For
prices eve call on or address,
Choteau, I. T.
A bottle of prickly ash bitters to
season your lemonade at Fiazee's.
1 black horse pony, about 10
bands high, i or I! years old, brand'
ed on the hip and shoulder K J, at
lilll .M lller s on Dog I reek.
1 bav mare, fi years old, 1 1 hands
high, branded on the left shoulder
M, at I'. Goodman's place on Cali
1 bay horse, 0 vears old, star in
the forehead, ;i while feet, has sad-
lie and harness minks on him, no
brands, has aseate on the back
part of the hip looks like a honk
front a cow, shod all around when
taken Up, at Cull Rowes' on Prvor
1 bav niaro about 4 years old, M
hainU high, star in the forehead,
snip on the nose, 3 white feet, one
in front, harness marks, no brands,
at Cull Rowes' on Prvor Creek.
1 grav mare and colt, mare about
10 years old, the mate has the
swinnev in the light shoulder,
about 14 hands high, branded on
the left hip and shoulder with a
Spanish brand, at Jim r adds' place
on Prvor Creek.
1 dun filly 3 years old, has while
down the forehead, about 12 bunds
high, branded on the left shoulder
11 and on the hip S K, running nt
1 roan 3 year old horse, about
12 hands high, branded on the left
hip Ho, runningat Sullivan s place
1 black mare, about 3 years old,
13 hands high, no brands', at Viuin
1 dun mare nnd colt, mare about
I f hands high, 7 years old, brand
ed on the jaw X and M on the left
hip, nt Sullivan's place.
MANl'f At'H'm.R or
l!:S,7t:i's:,SEverylliiiig to it found
steer, marked eini
in oiip car, ami crop and a split in f i A.. -L-
theo.her branded on the I f, hip fl 3 IlgHlaSS StlOO, 8S
t , nt A. M. Rider s place on Piyors ,
iTefk. nhflin o onu rinnnn In
.,. UiGQjJ GiiJ liUUOG ill
A herd of 700 or 800 good ave
rage stock cattle for sale very cheap.
For further particular call on (i.
Jl.Ilyram, miia, or C. M. Me
Clellan, Oowala, Ind. Ter.
G. W. Green can be found in his
store nt all times, witli his accom
modating clerks. He has a full
A wonderful cave has been discover-
e 1 on Horse creek, in Delaware Dis
trict, I. T. It ii: situated within three
miles and a half of the Frisco I!. R.
Lying east of Vinita. Geologists come
and explore the cave and give it a
Marshal Isabel has been busily1 en
gaged in taking the names of certain
gamblers of Vinita, and having them
reported to the V. S. Agent for removal.
Hurrah fur the officers of the law, the
good citizens will sustain you in your
The Plade-Mitehell prizefight, which
is to come olfon the 11th of September,
will not be in thin plac.'. Government
interfering. An order of Commissioner
I bay filly, slar in forehead, left
hind foot white, 2 years old. 1 dark
iron.gray filly, star in forehead, 3
white feet, 1 year old. 1 black ii 11 v,
1 year old, had a bell on when last
seen. 1 will ppy a reward of
apiece or flofor the thre.
V. F. Goodman, Caneyville, Ks
Green-sells goods to everybody.
A first-class bay press, in pood
shape. Will deduct $ 1(XJ from fust
cost. Must be sold. Address box
7.), Vinita, I. T.
Green's new stock has arrived.
Price, at Washington, to Indian Agent lie keeps a general assortment.
Tufts, Muskogee. I. T., has been issued
tirecting him to take steps to prevent
the fight attempted in the territory.
Coo-wees-coo-wi'p an 1 Delaware Dis
tricts are thriving and growing with
their beautiful houses, and large herds
of cattle, horses, sheep and bogs. All
re mountain t'heroki-es, come west of
Grand river, and select you a homo.
The future says come; plenty nf room
for all tin mav feel inclined to settle.
The Vinita of 1S78 is not the Vinita
oflSVl. Five years of ppace and pros
perity is working wonders in the place.
It lias im reawd prosily in size, tieanty
and population. It is the moot impor
tant ton in tiie Indian Territory.
For Sale or Trade !
A hotel building, furniture and
everything complete. Situated at
tne Junction of the Santa Fe and
'Frisco railroads. Is doing a good
business. Reason for selling sick
ness in family. For particulars in
quire at this office, or address
ti. W. SWKKSY,
Parties wishing to order fruit
trees for fall planting cin procure
the best rejected stock and varie-
i Ti.. I....:n.... .n.l ...;P:..,.i iniw....
hnron.it u.n i..fi to, tr.,f .i,.' ti.. ' fr," I,r- R'V at Frazee's
Now is the time ftr fail plowing. j,ll!r,.rrnt d. nominations are repre- j drug store. Satisfaction piarran
p.e sure and sow at bast from five ; sou tod nl Imve pvl honw-s ofjteed. Prices low.
to ten am s in rye. You can git j orh!p. j
your seed fro-n Little. Tll, i,,"..!,, of C' RAYMQND -
Roll. Ironsides .a plenty to ll,. hen.k, Vati m iH Win e Headquarters for Farm Mad.in--at.
and t.l.-iitT to w'.l t his ut-- M"My. S'Pnlr3H, l"wj. A p.l j ,.rv llg, ein sto.-k a full line of
raw. Sc. that f mile on his f.oe.! ,B' ""J" ' '-- Wor.-w-j 0;lM,rne Mowers and Reaper.
(;.! rrmm. 1. f..r t,.!"... . . . h.ri i.nit.vinjmT I.aKes.
, , ' t'""? w ens. ' ; All of the l-t niakt made
bf d l.iur.f. , e-i-y !i,t:r, etc. Re- the whv,l or il lrs R.. J. W. !
j, tiring ni t!y th-rie. Kro.-s'. Tuition ftal.i. in i1iiii..
.... . ," . . , i I-.r 1 in .rivals fnni ii.g from rl to
W I,, n i te :; mt I nr-n-1 f v, frM ,.k (aa , j.,,.,,,
.;t'ure paih ry. Itwill jit ym. '. , n.-t,.H r ), r, DtiGf rm
H'.ri. i:;e t.t im; ,''!" ";t-
Notici ta t!ie Public.
I b-e n.nq.hted imn;rm.T,l
t v In. h I ran tew nndv the de-
1 black mare, 4 years old, 13
hands high, branded on the left
shoulder i-j", running ut Henry
1 dun horse pony, about 10 hands
high, 10 years old, has a white
strip down tho face, at Jim Mc
Coy's ou Dog Creek.
1 black horse pony, 4 years old,
no brands, at Zcko Taylor's.
1 black yearling colt, has ablaze
face, no brands, at Vann Cham
bers. 1 sorrel pony mare, about 5
years old, has a w hite stripe down
the forehead, branded on the right
hip (20,)at Thomas G. Catcher's.
1 bay 3 year old pony, about 12
bands high, no brands, runningat
Dennis Whitmirc's place on Light
1 sorrel loan yearling colt, brand
ed C S, at Jim Sunday's.
1 biaze face chestnut sorrel mare,
about 10 years old, I t hands high,
no brands, ha" a small while spot
on Ihe lelt side of the neck, in care
of Vann Chambers.
1 brown bav ponv horse, about
13 hands high, 11 vears old, no
brand, at John McCoy's.
1 black mare pony, blaze face, (1
or years old, 1 hands high,
branded on ihe left shoulder T N,
at Joe Daniels' on VLdigris.
1 dun mare ponv, about 14 hands
high, 12 years old, has white specks
in each eye, branded on each side
of the jaw w ith a Mexican brand,
at Willis Rusters' on Virdigris.
1 bav mare ponv, about 13 hands
hirh, 12 years old, branded on the
left shoulder R. D., and on the
right hip 80, at Cove Iiullington's
on Grand River.
1 chestnut sorrel horse, about 15
hands high, 4 years obl.no biands,
at Mrs. Pill Sunday's place.
1 sorrel 2 year old filly, star in
the forehead, about 13 hands high,
no brands, at John Martin's on
1 brown yearling colt, star in the
forehead, no brands, nt Jim Mc-j
1 bay mare, star in the forehead,
snip on the nose, little white on
one front foot, and some on one
hind foot, has saddle and harness
maikson her, branded on the right
shoulder 2.KII0, and the left thigh
L, and on the shoulder P T, at
1 sorrel roan pony nisre, 4 vears
old, about 10 hands high, Idaze
f.if, liand. .1 on the tigiit eh mil
der with a Speni-h brand, and on
the b ft shouidt r C S, at Jim Sun
i I'ii' K i year oia stu i pour,
.it.. t , .
i rou iniiniie year old Hc
liran.ied on the h it side N , and
same side K, at Rollins Adair's
place on Pryors creek.
1 pale red and while speckled 4
year old steer, marked crop oil" the
right car, emu and snlit in the left
ear, no bland, at the Sehriinsher
place on t'nbin ( reek.
1 red and white spotted cow, (1
or 7 years old, marked crop and
undeibit in the light ear, and swal
lowfork and undeibit in the other.
branded on the left hip with a
heart, at the Widow Payne's place
1 roan 3 year old steer, marked
crop ami split in the right ear,
oveislope and split and undeibit in
Ihe left ear, blotch brand, at C. A.
Norman's on Grand River.
1 red cow and calf, cow 2 years
old, no mark or brand, at Zeke
1 brown cow and calf, cow mark
ed crop and split in one ear, and
crop oil' the other, branded (Hi, run
ning on Wolf creek.
1 dark brindle slag, 7 vears old,
brand 'd on the hip H A ll, and on
the right loin 7, the point of one
horn sawed oil', at Ruben Tyner's
place on Cauey.
1 white steer, fi years old, at
Ruben Tyner's plaee'on Caney.
1 black sided mully cow, o years
old, tna.ked swallowl'oik and un
deibit in one ear, and underbit in
the other, branded behind the left
shou'der 75, at N. I). Rowe's.
1 black sided yearling heifer, no
mark or brand, at N. I, Rowe's.
1 red speckled 3 year old steer,
marked crop off each car, no brand,
at 15. W. Rider's.
Vinita, I rid. Tor,
TJ jNT I O N
St. Louis, Mo.
The Only Wholesale Tardi in 8t.
Louis Accessibla by Kail
1. Kvorv railroad enterlnir St. Louis
is directly tributary to these yards.
2. Texas shippers ale informed that
connection with these yards from the
Iron .Mountain & Sunt hem railroad can
be made without cost and with much
less shrinkage than to any other.
i. The.se yards have the peculiar ad
vantage of being located on the St.
I.ouis side of the river, from which
live hundred thousand people draw
their provision supply.
1. Fvery packing house in St. Louis
has a regular buyer stationed here.
Buyers of cattle, lings and sheep, both
for the homo market and eastern ship
ment, are at nil limes represented.
o. r or eonitort ami convenience t liese
yards have no superior in the country.
Two lines of street cars approach here.
Hotel, telegraph olliees and other con
venienccB for stockmen on the premises
lis l'J LL JIoHEXkY,
W. A. IiAMSAY, President.
Secretary ami Treasurer. 1
Vinita, I. T,
' ulisfjetiiill tillaiail ti
J )nily HfiiL't' I Jno
Muskogee, I.T..10 Ft.Smith.Arl
liNnrruoi it mii:.h i Tvuvn
mm hoiks 1
New con. lies ami good stork , Dis
tance, eighty miles; schedule time,
twentv-roiir lioura, .M ikes . lose e.
n.'ciioii at Muikogce wiih traiua.ui the
MisM.ini r a. Hie railroad, and at I ort
Smith with the latllo Hock .V rorl
Smith aud the Frisco lines.
M. F. KKNNFDY.
Wm. I-"". ITJHiniM,
TAHLEdUAH, I, T.
IiKA! till IN
OHN W. STAPLER & SON,
They have a full stock of dry
goods of all kinds, hoots, shoes,
hats, caps, iiiccn:warc, hard
Ware, groceries, wagons, Ae.
If you want fair-square dealing am:
the full worth of your money in quni
ty as well as quantity of goods go to
the old, reliable firm of John V. .Sta
pler & Son. IS-.'lm
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Vf.MTA, I. T. I I
JS I . I May no,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
VINITA, I. T.
Srlot attention to a'l eases entrusted
lo ll. y rare, 11
VINITA, ... ISO. ti:k
Culls promptly al tended to, day or
night. Special attention given to
hurger and dli.oan of omen
aud children. ,
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A.ttornoy nt Lnw,
VINITA, I. T.f
Will Practice Ileforn Any of tl.e
Courts of the Nation. 1-1
JOHN and CEORCE
Oliver E. Hindes,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
IIAIIM'SS, SAWlLKS, COLLARS,
LKIDLKS, WHIPS, COSIRS.
i;i:t'siu:s Lie., Km
Repairing neately done. All work
warranted. St. Louis prices dupli-
I rated. Orders from a distance
tilled on short notice.
TKXAS 8Anni.ES A SPECIALTY.
Give us a call before you
J. T. Iioberts, of Pallas, Tci.,iu chnrgo
1 while yearling heifer, with red
specks on the neck, marked crop
and half crop in the right ear, crop
and half crop in the left, running
at Sam Brown's ou Lightning
1 red and white cow nnd calf, cow
2 years old, marked crop oil the
right ear, crop and half crop in the
left car, at N.J. Tanner's.
1 blue roan cow, 8 or 9 years old,
marked crop in the right car, un
deibit and half crop in the left ear.
branded S on the. left hip, and
blotch brand on the right hip, nt
Charlie Ross' on Grand River.
1 red sided line back 2 year old
steer, no mark or brand, ut Henry
I lianiiicrs .
1 red sided and white back cow
and calf, cow marked swallowfork i
and undeibit in Ihe left ear. Mid
underbit in the right, no brand, at
1 red and white speckled 2 year
old hull, no mark or brand, at
1 roan pided cow and calf, cow 5
years old, no mark or brand, at
Zeke Taylor's place on Dog creek.
1 2 vear old heifc -. marked split
in each car, biand not known, at
J. M. Bryan's.
1 brown white sni'ckb'd cow,
branded on the side thus 0 T1IK O
and on the hip with 21 connei ted.
nt Jim Rider's on II. ushy cicek.
1 red sided line backed yeailing,
no mark or brand, at Jim Rider's.
1 drown or roi s:ccr, witli some
white spots on him, 4 yea:s old,
branded on the hip 55, at J. G.
Yann's on Pryors crock.
1 black barrow 2 years old,
marked crop and undeibit and
oveibit in the right car, and 1 spot
ted sow. mark the same, at John
McCartling's or, (.'aie y.
1 black and. white spotted sow.
marked crop and split in tl.e b it
car, and un.l.'ihalf i ;'op i.i the right
at A. V. Flint's on Vinligris.
1 black boar, about 2 vears old.
no iiiaik, running on Grand River
at S. 11. Mayes' place in the bot
tom, fci. II. Mayks,
Fed Xew Stock just bou. 'ill in Saint
Louis nt lowest wholesale p. -es and
now for sale at
Cash paid for furs, hides, etc. Cash
or goods in exchange for cattle. Trade
TULSA, I. T.
C. IL Keys & Co.
Ollice Nos. and 10 Exchange Building,
ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK
ST. CLAIR COUNTY, ILLS.
JOHS F. LYONS,
Attorney and Collecting Age; t
FOHT GHISO.V, I. T-
. Particular attention given to c!p!"
Attorn oy at .,!', v.
CAREY'S FEKRY, I. T,
I w ish to inform the publ'e that
I am now prepared to mako
ALL KINDS OF PICTURES.
At Reasonable P.atcB.
PICTURES TAKEN ON
As well aa when the Sun Shines.
Enlarging and Copying old pictures
ay-Opposite Vinita Hotel,
(l-lo( Virdta, Ind. Tor.
Frank E. Young, Proprietor,
Muscogee,- - Ind., Ter.
Greatly Enlarged, Elegant Table,
J. EV1. Ferryman,
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Give IhrU dollar t ! """"" t-'hi-r. j ;4ri(, f,.r a;, l.ImwTI,ti w f ! tar in t!. for-head. ha one !.
an r'i'i'.p rM.l(,f; 7U t,t.iMiJ. .t(:; (f u.tf xhf i rivf.r j hx! thf all of hi U-t hit. no brwid.
,!,;? ,v"t;..i .r, r,.,..., ,.f Jy.tlri. j o,,t ,.f li:,'. .-!., t-nrt.-l t Juhn Martin on Grand U.vcr.
tok"-, nt-y ."'' Uil-. 9-u,.nl t (1,,.r,l(. a.,B Sj.-ire'r". k. V. S , and take this cattit.
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fnOVXD FIBSCKIEK FOB
THE KKSiS CITY
Fft"l Un. cowtairi a fr-ir'y H 'M I
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TIIS DAILY TIMES
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And everything usually kept in
a well assorted store. I sell low
as the lowest for cash. Call and
see me and price my goods.
LE L AKD HOTEL
S. C. WOODSON, Jr., Proprietor.
The only Brick Hotel in the
City. Headquarters for cattlemen.
S. T. IIEUMAX,
Chetopa, V -..1.
Ileal, r in I'urnittire. Co0,
gnus, and Sea ing .M..i 'i
He keeps c..'isl:iinly on li.u, I
stin k of everything in his li"
lies. (Inh rs l.y teiei"
tided hy day or ni . ' . :
By GEOr.Oi: V7
VIMTA, - -
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UuluilulllllOO.i u J ,ne n 1 u
St t fur miles cast of Ch
1cau. mouth of Pryor's Creek.
G. AV. JCmorsoiu
Menbainlise in the CI
iX::. hides, wool,
C..1U .old f.,r ci.-h or it t j'iiv
id. ds rot i.f is,.n s..' l .t I-..-S.
No tr.;! ;. t" !.,. p...d.
N. w i-oj, v"rv w k.
Furs and Pecans,
KTSKOOrE, I. T.
j r? I'm!" f.i.-iash on'y, and i-aya t!i
j hi :li l .noe.
- YOmr, VRTrnUEAXPsr.E , Tie Lve Suick Market of EL Init
the st. ions j vncsii.
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