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Iff TrtHllfw-rniifjllint need resistance,
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4 A'Vtrt? Jlir Stood that we caii do.
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iujllshcd Tver 1'ildny by tlto
UIUKITAI.V I'lMIMSIlINO Co
m VUHJTA. I.T.. HKIT., 12, 1883.
SoTno day mo
wont to wako up
on tho subject of
jJKcrp it before the pcoplo llml
thCMMUANCllllIKTAlN 8 absolutely
independent and non-partizan Sn
v: C ratton So building Ins
inngnifiecnt store building isn pul
lie; Vonofactor. Such a building
helps nil the business in town.
8 II bill
- a per
lloorj . Imckf
The, cattle that nro dying, with
murrain in this vicinity aro noany
nil Arkansas tock, only a few mi-
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' lives ami no i I'xn." an j-i.(hiu'i;ii..
John Wirniintuiiker,tlio dry goods
king of Philadelphia, spent $2(X),
OOOdust year in advertising, and
cleared 81 ,000,000. Most success
fid, merchants advertise in about
tho samo way.
Prof, l'tttil Jean Odcnlinll, who
, cuno to tho United RtntcB in IS26
as secretary to Lafayette, died Hop
tonibcj 13 at Norfolk, Virginia, in
tho 7Cth year of hit) ago. Ho had
been a professor of languages in the
"University of North 0'arolina, und
Jnsttuctor of French on board tho
receiving ships nt Gosport navy
yard for ycara
A (squabble between tho Now Or
leans school board and the Lousd
nim dlato board hits, cloned all the
public hcIioo'h in Lousianu until af
ter election next April. Wonder if
wecoildu't fcend lliom a few ntif
sionnrics. Any tribe of civilized
Indians can set them a good example.
The prairies aro lcig bumod to
the injury of every man in the
country, whethor ho owns any cat
tlo or not, and tho law should bo
enforced agalii8t every ono detected
in Betting them on fire. Keiuem
bcr a roward of $50 is offered by tho
C'hciokeo stock association for the
conviction of any person burning
tho prairio at this season.
1) Y. Ip, i'i., troftmtrrr o
the Ohero'ico Nation, nrrivod Tiui
day from Tnhlcqtiah. and iiworin
rd in that tho paymetit of the per
ctiita money advertlsoll to com
menco Thiir1y,, th 20th Inst.,
luwl been poslpnnod until Jlondity,
'Jlth, in cons((uuneo of tho censns
rolls not being cnttiplotod. It is
not certain that another polpone
uiont may not bo necessary.
Yellow fever is out of tho way
for onothor year. All quarantines,
inspections and embargoes on the
Mississippi river havo boon withdrawn.
Crurlty toA.dn.a, . ." I -Inroo. M Zt
Vinita Fair Asioeiation
entirely out of debt, There
win a doflcit of tllQO. Mr. Y.
E. Uallsell took four shares and G.
V. Grcon contribultd tho remain
der. Now look out for a grand
Fair n"xt year.
-- Let everybody intorefltod in our
pubiio'Fchouls tako ho'd of tho reu-
ummcndaUon of thelastNiiUonal
Teachers Association ulTahlcquuh
?2t is in brio? that the Nation help
..neighborlioods to build fcchool
hotisoe. How olso bhall we get
'Ujem? Vo cannot tnx'nor iu.vit
borrow. Shall wo beg? .Shall wo
role,tjato this, tho burning question
uf our school systom, to charity,
when wo can so easily put tlto
whole matter on a business footing.
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t j iif:
e I rota
Gov. Ovcrton'H message to the
L-Chickasaw Lcigiblature inscsBion at
Tishimingo, appears in a late num
ber of tho Dcnison Gazette, which
iWiishown to us by Mr. Kolioite, of
ho,Iidln Jofmuil. 1 rom a hasty
ijierueal, it strikes us as a some
whatT lemnrkablc state napor, to
cniiinatd from tho E.xeeulivo head
of a"n,organize community and ad-
dressod to its Lugislativo body. If
' . -..
'-its "broad asscrtionn und forciblo
language arc entitled to a literal in
terpretation, then indeed, even his
own,position has nothing to reo
ommcud it to tho aspirations of a
high toned man on account of
cither itH dignity or ita honor or
worthy of being retained after ac;
qui roll! If true, they mark a demor
alized raco of mon, if not a hasty
and inconsldcrato Governor. In
cither caso nothing but injury can
nsult to tho Chickasaw people
wlioqo liiVtorie records mark thum
as clihnlroijs find high toned.
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Payno-wlio has acquireti somo
notoriety and doubtless somo
monoy from the unwary in 11 fu
tilo attempts to colonizo tho Indian
Territory, has been again arrostcd
!iml will bo tried, it is btatcd, on a
t i j t
eliaj-go ot conspiracy w viouiie ino
lavs?of tho United States. Tho di
vision of tho jurisdiction ofU. B.
courte OVeTtho Indian Territory
will Cakohls caso to Kansas, whero
tho proceedings against, him are
insttfutod. Whether tho decibion
of thij court" thoro will bo different
froinhatat Fort Smith remains
to boWen. Tho c.iso seems to bo
quite as important under tho chang
ed jurisdiction as it was at his firet,
trinl nnd uuite ah worthy of the at-
tontion'of Chief McCurtain and his
brother -Chieftains of tho Chero-
')"ec8, Chickasaws, Crooks and join-
InolsAWhO monn sotoiim imu.-
eo at IJufala lo Uovieo means to
B. nnthontica in wara.
dangor which then
k Mrtlioil lu .'poKrflj)iy.
In manyVhools tho method is
now used of having tho scholar
look up on the maps all the places
mentioned in the newspapers. For
example tlm teacher tells a class
fotnotliiitg that has happenod, o g
of the tattle hist week between the
Fro.ich nnd Hlsck Flags near Soilti.
Tlio Krhol.irs lit id tin places on
their maps, and by adding descrip
tions of pcoplo, etc., the exorcise
may bo inado exceedingly interest-
A Pica Fur Indian Names.
Why is Ithnt the Indian names
of all our crooks and rivers nro sup-
phmtedby huglish namos. If the
English nainos were more euphon
ious or appropriate there might bo
somo exuuse. Our old Indian
names were beautiful name..
Names which tho English, the
dominant language and raco of the
world, luivaalihoflt universally
adopted whilo tho Cherokeo Na
tion, the foromost Indian tribo, has
fewer Indian names than any sim
ilar district on tho Amoricau Conti
nent. They had .Indian names first,
beautiful names. What havo wo
got now? Look at the list of Cher
okee creek names Cabin creek,
Horso creek, Fly creek, Coon creek
Hush ercok, Hog shooter creek,
4 mile lirauch, 5 milo creek. M mile
creek, Tar creek, l'ost Oak creek,
two Kock creeks, Dog creek,
Shooter creek, llig cieek, Possum
creek, Hull cicek, ot Could ar
gument go farther than to merely
State tho caso.
Now we mako a motion that tho
National Council pass an act lega
lizing the oldmimmes, and wo bu-
lieve tho taste and patriotism of
our people will soon make their
A Word About Prices.
Many merchants mtiko a practice
of clturging just as much for their
goods as they think the customer
Friend, let us say a word to you.
.Such a principle will ruin the bus
iness of any man or any town. U
is'uubusiuesslike, unprincipled and
dibhouest. If a man charge too
much ho is miro to bring competi
tion, and in the long run will boll
less coods at a less profit. This is
tho way businoks in. a town gets to
bo over done. And unless prices
aro low tho business of every town
will ho over done as sure a3 it
It is sometimes thought tlmt the
more Btorcs Uie6oro in a town tho
more prosperity. Such is not al
ways so. There may bo bo many
that it takes exhorhitunt profits to
pay expenses. Such a town is only
building up other towns around it
which booiier or later will rob it of
its own trade.
Then: customers will ohange
rates. If they have paid different
prices at the same store coniidenco
it. lost and nevur returns.
We say thesu things because in
the present business boom of Vi
nita if ovory merchant has but one
piico, and prices are regulated by
bound business principles and not
bv the inordiuatodeblru.tQ.KoLiujri.
we may fool sure that wo havo en
tered upon an era of sure prosper
ity which shnll kntvw no full.
TAIII-BQI ', SM'T. 8 it-
Diun fifTKnr.ii'': Tin- mum
ing Suitday sfltftol will dose our
first wrtlk'rt work. AsuhuhI 'ome
of tho girl" wore nrndo ct In Ion.'
journey i over rough iw'' '
ni-nlh the SeptommjrMiti, lt.i r
all are well to-night.
Iteallv, It Is greatly to bo ih-sir.
cd that the Council should con
sider thlri mutter Of vacation lor
tho High KcIiooIj. Tho inconven
ience to patrons, living nt a-'distance,
as many of them do, th&
danger to our dear young people,
especially during tho winter term;
only last winter a number of pupils
bsrely escaped with thulr lives, in
trying to crops swollen waters, on
their return to the Seminaries.
Part of two wagons 'nnd baggage
went down. Such accidents are
liable to occur, to say nothing of
the exposure to inclement weather;
tho sudden change from the close
walls of this building to the frame
or log houses throughout the country.
It is said that a word to the wise
We have ninety-one pupils, oth
ers are coming, and tho "out-lOok
is encouraging" not only for a'"fu)l
school" but f.r an "oxcollont
school." Woh.ivoaflno library
and if there aro no bookworms
hero in tho future it will not bo for
lack of material.
Our whelo souled, ever thought
ful mimic teacher, Mrs. Owen, has
offered somo beautiful irrizcs to tho
best scale players; and all day long
the air is made vocal with I)o-ro-mi,
at all rates of velocity, fioni
tho careful, hesitating o notwo
three of tho beginner, Ui swift flow
ing ripple of tho practiced hand.
Our llowors aro preparing for
winter boqucts. If 'tho- Advocate
wants its muictum bathed in tho
odor of violets and heliotropes, he
had better sing our praisos less
fuinMy; that is another word to
Wo claim to be an oxcollont
school, and want our friends to
cotnoand sco for tlioinelvoa.
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A Now Yorker, under date of
Sept. .r, has this to say:
Tho woathcr hero is delightful;
All nature is smilins. Strangers
btill linger hero to onjoy tho lovely
woathcr. Tho beautiful harbor of
New York was never moro beauti
ful, its dark wators plowed by doz
ens of excursion steamers, Tho
Thousand Isles, the majesty of tho
St. Lawronco, tho beauties of tho
mountain and' wildornoss, havo
rcasod to charm thoni. Thoy are
hero catching a snitt of salt air, at
Manhattan and Long Branch, and
enjoying thomsolvos genorally.
And September, glorious Sop-
Member In this latitude la tho mojt
beautiful ofullthe months of tho
vear: it is the month arrayed in all
tho matchless pomp and splendor
Tho Fair U uwr and many filud to get premium who oxp""
who didn't oxpoet tTicni, but th
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ilnH ' (.'tntnitiN lltlmurnlird KhbIiIoii
I'liitfJi nnd alien o 1,800 licniltirul Wood
KuKrnlii(;i. illiiftrntlng the very latest
novelties in J-niliept' mm i iiucircnn
Sultn nnd Cloaks, L'ndcrnenr, Infnnts'
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OO on (lip mid lioulderft(fi,er
with viirfons insrkg, fotrb it l fc'i
ImkIiio, niSOK Illlnnl- Hir, .
it ofTahK M.ih
is uiiWaverliiigly awarded without any disappointmenl toiun l h t
"C3,- -WW. Or3EJSS3Ki&rf
For his immense nsiortment of HOOTS nnd SHOES, HATS, CAPS, QUKUJtWVVAKE, ffARD
- ,WAHE, TINWARE, TRUNKS, VALISKS.
OVERCOATS.' RLANKKTH, GKXia FUUNISUINi. (iUODS, tr . of tc
THE BEST PIERCE CITY FLOUR.
ATTENVIE CLERKS, FAIR AND LIBERAL DEALING.
GltE ME A TRIAL AND SEE IF I DO N'T MH rV Yol
Knit N' -to it jt tio' rh t -V'111
lxni at IowpM wholim' . . i
now for trie mt
'itnh m!'I tn fur,
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n4 nput hi rifM
imd soitaratod under onlors at Capo
York. Wo sailed the same day for
Upcrnavik, and found thai mo
pai ty had arrived. On Sent. 2 wo
proeoedod homeward, and had n
rough passage. Permission is ask
ed to co.il hero.
AH persons oh ing u Biibscrlptlons or
atliertlsoiaunls are eatinestlyroiiueut-
ui to promptly octtlo Wo do not like
to dun anvliudy. The amount to you
Vt.. j, .,.,11- thuiiir-rfLMito is important to
of our early autumn; ovory phase 'us We wish the sums owing, to pay
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Washington, Sept. 18. Tho sig
nal ofllco hns received tho follow
ing from Lieut. Garlington, com
manding tho Greely relief expedi
tion: "St. John's, S.'pt. 13. It is my
painful duty to report tho total
failure of the expedition. Tho Iro
tctis was crushed in a pack in lati
tude 78 degrees 52 minutes, longi.
tudo 71 degrees 25 minutes, and
sunk on tho afternoon of July 2)J.
My party and the crew of tho "nhlp
were all saved. I made my way
across Smith sound and along the
eastern shore to Capo York, thenco
across Melville bay to Upcrnavik,
arriving thero Aug. 21. The Yan
tio reaehod Upcrnavik Sept. .'I, and
loft tho same day, bringing tho oa
th o party here to-day. All are
Well. E. A. CiAUMNUTON."
I'OMMINDKK WII.UM'' llKl'Onr.
Washington, Sept. 13. Tho fol
lowing report from Commander
Wildes, United Statos steamer
Yantic, with regard to the failure
of tho Greely relief expedition,
was received to-night by tho acting
secretary of the navy: 1
"tit. jouirs, sent. i. non.
Win. 13 Chiuullor, Socrotary of tho
navy, Washington Tho United
States stoamor Yantic has arrived,
bringing dipt, l'ike and the crow
of th I'roteiiH. All aro well. Tho
stoamer Proteus was crushed in ico
six miles north of Cape Sabiuu on
July 23. The crew and relief patty,
after depositing tho records at Lit
tleton island and Pandora harbor,
retreated south in six boats to Up
orimvik, suffering much hardship
in Melville bay. The Yantic reaeh
od Littleton "island Aug 8, and
without much difficulty tound the
records and immediately proceed
ed southward. She loarchcd the
coasts and islands thoroughly,
down to Saunders Iklands. The
ice pack then closed in, and she
could neither got around nor thro
and wiw obliged to retreat under
the lou of Northumberland island.
Aug. 0 a southward galo loosonud
tho pack, and she was tihlo to got
through and continue tho scaroh.
The coast about Capo York was fd1"
ed with ico, packed close, aiT 8o
I'tmilillinVKrv-Mniuii ntmj tui.ua
of land. Aug. 10, having ico in all
dirvctions but the southeast, she
prodded to Upcrnavik. Wo sent
fifteen days rations to Lcsinsnki
and a whaWbotit to Capo Shackol
ton. Norr.Probably intended
for Tessnlsiak, ffsninlf. 8utUem,nt
between Capes bliacuejton unit up
crnavik and about Torty miles
north of the latter. On the 2d wo
sailed for u coal mine, and thenco
to Cloodhavcn. On tho 31st Lieut.
Caldwell arrived in a launch from
tlnuriiavlk. haviiiK been tinny
nine davs ill an open boat
Did you hear amytfiing. Well, tho biggest racket that lias bun buri tbwt
Vinita In a good whilo is nt
They have just received on immense stuck of every style nuddewfipth n -f
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dJST VcV mLi WUNJ mLu JL Sail JlvriSri
A full lint of cvory kind of phcl ami littrA
HARDWARSI HARDWARE I
Agricultural iniplcmonts of ovory kind. Carpontor's tool, bliiekmnith" t-
and the heaviest stock of
Keating Stoves in tho Entiian Territory.
jl lTEi'IT" Sn3UrOIE:g.S3
Hub just been added to our already largo establishment, and is emu fc fall f new go! arwl
jNToro Coining on .lvfi'y Tniiu
Stoa33.oa2aLtooi' -flxty '3Plixco.
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IF YUU H'.lN'i' Harness, Saddlery, Loathor Goalls of ftfkmd
csreuto-vr. o. jj?-j?oJZ"
IF YOU WANT Wagons, Agricultural Machinery, Huggios, Spring War
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IF YOU ARU SOA and want Medicmos, wrugs, rrcsory""- v . r. - - -
IF YOU WANT Clothing, Hoots and Shoos, yX Cnpi, Hoddiog. ti- . ?
' YOU ARE HUNGRY nm wmt Groceries, Flour, Ilacon, 0rmnU Uoh r. et.
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IF YOU ARK IX LOVE and want Cohdle,, Porfowie, Tolbjt aod Hf. ,
a-o n?o xr a Eja-iroiNr'
r vmi Ann GOING TO MARRY and want a comirietgjguUitt ot ftverj-flftj
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