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Twiitvp mill nni'.hnlf nrr colli added
to tlto above rnb.s for double-column
All iiilvortlKonionlM will no runrerd
1 by tin nquaro unlem contract In tnnilo
vy me inonui or year.
Itritulnr Communication of VI
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Meet tho first and tlilnl Patur-
ilnVK of each mniilli nt HoYInrk. p. 111.
Allllrothrcn nre fraternally Inulted.
f .. rji'. coicu. w.'si.
. ft W. I. HTRANCIK, SUC'V.
PrrMrhlntj every Sabbath at 10:4." a.
Mittil 7:.Tfl 11. ni. "Sabbath echool at
l . m Ifiimtlnr urnvi.r lnpptllll
iliurwlav ovpnlnifH at TiiKl ji. m. ionn
ilppplo' prayer nieotliiB every Snbltnth
yjjBJ43 1. 111. Rev. J. W. Scro(?K. I'a-
ajOfriidninT Fi'iKcor.w, ciii'itcii norm.
arrT'tnliiim on tlio find, tlilnl anil
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'ity U'oJnunlavat7 11. in. Babhath
Tyicrnl tu-rv Hiihlintli at 10 am. Hev.
ISO. M.-,uil,H, 1'aNtorln charge.
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n hcs evorv Hecond Sabbath at tlio
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tKCvJAViu. 1. llnworlh. l'awtor.
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fjT.,l.Vl, AHxHouri, Kansas and
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L'llO p. III.
II. II. ICliMO.NiitoN, Apent
pen from 7 o'clock a. in. to
Sin ".1 Sunday from 8 to 11 a. in.
iifiitu 1 to 2 11. in. Tho mall fiom
pliJiortli nnd south, by tho Mo. 1'a-
KUll?B..Mf.ii. nrrU'iti tliillt' .1 till It fltlfll
raTB'7 a. in. and closed by 7 p. m. lrom
uBraitst, by st. LoiiIhA Han l'rancisco
iBtflt'iiy, arrives daily at 12:35 p. m. and
.StSaii' at 2 ii. in. 1'rom tho'wcbt, by
jtpume railway, si.x times week, at
Win. hi. atld clones" iU- p. tit. 'ine
kill from Mnlta, I. T., to nneviiie,
to., i hi Kcl.o, Carey's Kerry, South-
Kt 1 Jty, to'., le.ives h a. in., i iiesuay
Ed Prhluv iiii.l arrives nt II I). lil.Mon-
f?.3L. .....I r"i...-J.i... ti .11 r..,. VI.
l.lltl 4lllliMI. .Ill- III.. I. ......a aa-
Tilkaku In It'ivtor Snriii.'n. Ivim.. vln l'oolor
K5nrtiiid WhlHiiKi leaves l-'rldny at II
tifuil arrives Satniihiy by 0 p. in.
K-y orders on any money older
in tho United .StutoH for any sum
ireediu one hundreil dollars, can
jtjjlitiiini'il at the Viuitu post-olllce
frimi s a. ni. an'. 5 p. in.
Jro.-l.il notes, puy.ililii to the beaier,
'foniiuv mini from oliecent and less
than livcjlullars, can also bo obtained
Viujixiy money order ollice.
fflf 'M- '- 't,,h, l'ontmaater.
"SMim Mauib lio-is, Assistant.
tjao to Vinitti brickyurds for good
x BTT. llaleiitmo s is tlio Dhu'O toL'et
kCxnuiiuo tlmt fino lino of dress
ffJtfOllH llUi. . .NuItll'H.
gl'liosi' new lmts nt 0. W. ClrectiB
; just Iho tlinij; for tlio boys.
iQueenswuro nnd glnsawuro at
rFor Kroceicd nt bottom prices-,
; to C. C. Ironside.
iKR'sh BUpjilics ofnruncs, cur-
fBits. itc, ut . (.. rvulniH.
U firod sold ut bottom jiricob
M. iv. uroens.
' you nro buiijjry cnll on Mr.
at tlio Tr.ivullorrf lien.
ay Seneca Holler mills Hour at
IT. I.ittlo it Co'b.
Jot L'ood nnd ebenn hcntini?
ives gu to ltob't Ironsides'.
ITIio best ten nnd coll'co in the
Jty nt C. C. Ironside.
Kirecu is in St Iouin this week
Lit tnulo is good nil tho snmo.
Ii (iood tea nrtd colToo n. snoclirltv
Sal Win. Littlo A Co'h.
t Another carload of nnldnn iimwn
Smour atOrccn'H tli.Hwer.lr.
jiFalr la over nnd blill lots of coods
ITo bo bad at 0. W. Greens.
Got brick of C. W. A. Lynch to
Jbuild your liotuos chlmneva and
f Uuy poods of Itobt Knightjit
,'. CI. .Nelii.,'!, nliilc tho bo'sa is
The Travellers Heat is Mm nlnm
iJopi for good nienls nnd lodging
S, Uf IIiiirprojriotr
G. W. Urccn is buvincr pondd in
I St Louis jirunnring for thu nayment
fioon to )inu oil',
t Hob Knight says ho is nfraid
rficrc will be a llro and will sell
(code cheap for fear they will
Wo linvo Tisttcd tho tTOcory
liouuo of Mr 0. C. Irotmido sovornl
'tinies tho past few wcoks nnd find
it blocked with 11 fresh, clean nnd
assoiteiVJot of groccriert and of tho
best gradu. It would bo profitnblg
to tho?o jiirclnicinc giocotics to
tit ll '.:
nvc 11 in 11 .tii.
Cofil W. U. Nclum .jd J. M. Tittle
loft fur Foit Smith Nunihiy,
K. A. Hluejackot lino ml n new fonce
nroiitii! lis property onullhiols nvo,
Vlml prcinlnin uwrtnlilTto tlio Seneca
roller iiiIIIk floor nt the nulla fair
TlioOlilofliaa forlilildtn tho iuleof
lou'it lutii hi Choteau tilt after rouucil.
iiiltii In liavhiit '" eiormotiK tnulo
tlilH full GoimI koimI akil low prirca
will iloit every tlmo
Mr,t r Scott calle.l at
lay anil left the needful ii
r the CiliKi"-
tain- one year
I'oxlmaHter Him lulu iinployed Ar
thur 1- (Jhamherliiln an ai
Dr. Davis left tor Wl
Tuemlny, to he awav
ruemlny, to be away seven or eight
lays. " l
A bridal- over Umiiil rlvilr uould save
cihiukIi to covet its entire cost within
it fmrjMnrfl ' X ,
Tho Froo will eOMt in $ll.tt
2Uth, iU 51I.0O, as low nKnny other lino.
. . : -." .-. ?-.
' 1 wniranm iniiiii-ii Willi .irknnni'ii.
tlo passed through on tho I'rlsco Tues
day for Ited Fork
l'rof. Cundall is Retting tlio Academy
in BfiliMiillil shape. In afew weeks
everything will be In llrstcjuss running
Mr. Win. 1" Henderi-on lell for Table
qunli Tuesday W ll Giiivcs takes
charge of the Frisco hotel 1 during his
iiurviu u ;
New hoiiScsaroriilng ups fast that
o can hardly keepi'oun of them
Three now oucsccmlo luvu sprung'
tii in a night '
lloht Irousido left Tucstli. for Tab
lcqitah to attend tho payment. Steve
lUiteJapkut will wait ou uiittomcrs In
bis abnenc'cj j
A ieltor forms his oplilon oi us
more by the school houses lit sees than
by anything eUe, m hat could anybody
think of home of our school houses.
Mr. Italston's new house 1 golnt; up
rapidly. Me. is moving hcrC to send
his children to the Acadcmyj
A choir consisting of six members
made tho services at tho Congrega
tional church pass olf more iinoothly
A grand concert and oyster supper at
the Congregational church is in prepa
ration for week after next. Tl)) first of
Itobcrt lllakenoy, of Carthage, Mo.,
has taken a position with A. 0. Itay
moud & Co Hoberl is a good boy and
a good workman,
son, Tax., passed through thtictjy tills
w eek fli mute for Tort Smith, 1 1tU a
gang of prtnoccrs. . A,
Tho Cberokeo Nation now has teven
towns which have been regularly sur
veyed -Tableipiah, Fort Olbson, VI
nita, 1'ralrio City, Choteau, Clielsea
Thu Ladles Homo Missionary society
ofllio Congregational church Is assist
ing some needy students in the Acad
emy. That Is practical christian work.
Mr. Wruii Duncan has returned to
his home hero from Colorado, wo rj gret
to say without having experleneoU'cn
cllt to his health from his sojourn
l'ho collection for the Amelican
lloinu Missionary society at tho Con
gregational church last Sunday eve
nlng.jiniouiited to $15.2.5, nearly hvlco
us larj'e as tho largest collection (over
taken in Vintta
Mr. and Mrs. I'attoti havu leu
spending tho week in St l.ouis, buviug
a new stock of fall goods. Ladies, look
out for tho finest huts, drcsf goods and
cloaks ever brought to tho city.
Dr. Frar.ee, Mrs Kllza McSpadilon,
Mrs. Aim patilt-J, .Mlssss lunile Ash
brook and Ida lieatty Ml for fort
Woith on tho morning of the 25. h nC
Object not known but surmised. " ,
Tho Academy now has about as nuny
music pupils as can bo accouiuioduted
for practice hours with oiio piano.
Some arrangements will linvo to bo
made to get another piano soon
Itov. Henry Ward went to Clioeau
last week to take charge of a private
school ut that place. Mr Ward bus n
fine education, is a good singer and or
ganist and bears an excellent reputa
tion. Wo congratulate Choteau on
Kev Scroggs made a farewell speech
to the students of the Academy before
leaving 011 Tuesday afternoon All
sorry to have him leavu, but glad to
know of n prospect for funds for build
ing tho boarding hall so necessary to
tho giowth of tho Academy
Tho paj men t now progressing at Tah
Icijuah has called benco a number of
our citizens. Among them Henry 1'if
fert, W. L. Vrott,.IusBcnge, J. JI. bar
ren, Hardin Trott, It. H. Fields, V. 1'.
Henderson and Itobt. Irousido. ,
Tlio third annual fair of tho south
west Missouri district inir association
will be held at Fierce City, Jto.,Oc .10,
17, 18 and 10, and wilibu largely attend
ed. Tho editor acknowledges tho, ro.
ceipt of a "complliuentry,"aud roturns
approprluto thanks for it.
In anticipation of the early conijili;.
tlon and dedication of tho 1st l'prcsbr
terinn church ofVlnlta, Kev Wm.l
Haworth, minister, Indies iv 1 .
uro lucmbera of tho church held n ut .
iiigln tlio now building, Wcdncsdfir
for tho purpose of taking measures
furnish it In a suitable manner. A-1
necessary result it will bo done, ami 1
handsome nnd appropriate style.
Wo learn from the Fort Smith ElJ
tor that Frank Jlorgan was reccntljj !
rested In that city on the requlfcll. .
of tho Principal Chiofoftho Chore H
Xatlon, charged with killing Allen
Johnson, alicrlll' of Sequoyah Dlst .er.
soino tlmo ago, A writ of habeas or
pus was granted by Judge Parker, Itf f
enublo tho accused to test the lcgilitfw
t.r l.n . . . - . . i.id.
v. uid urresi. u was inauo reiuri uuip
on the first of October.
Tlip arrest ot two of our citizen 1 oiv;
iiiuuiiurgu 01 introuiiciug juioxiuiiing
llntlOrs. ill vlnlnHmi nt Mm Inu- fftlin
u. o. regulating trade and lntercjnri
Willi tho Imllnii irliuM. mid thnli cu'iJ
veyanco by a deputy U.S. iiiomIi.iI Uf
.1. nimiii hip . . .. . .m n i.run . . w.i 1 1 1
lie lor tliom ulii.tlti.r Irmtfir mil t'.
ed. Let tho Accursad slulf alone, bo J;
truly, hi the cud, it blteth like 41 nsj-i Jrfih-g!
pent uml htljigeth like an ndikr. 1l?'l cm
Put up yiur stov
St. Louisi. Fair tioxlwock.
A good many r.romjoylng chjlU
, Another arrival on tlila plancat
Ship your citltloto Little, Jar vis
it Co. Seo their ttd.
Wm lleiulpr.son wants to sell out
his hotel hu.sinus. A good chatice
for Hume body.
F. G. Allen has put up a new
barn which isipiite an addition to
Cnl. John Q.Tufls U.S. Indian
Agent passed through Sunday, en
route to Fort Smith.
Worcester Academy has now
about 75 pupils in regular attend
nnTO, ftnjt .m.Strango, who ban been
VtsTltnmJnHon and friends lioro,
sfartedfoTa eorgia, Wednesday.
lr, T. V. Couch lostovery thing
bytho burning of hia house except
the clothing they wcrfuvcuriiig.
G. W. Franklin wilPinovo to Vi
nitu as soon as ho can got" a bouse,
to send his children to' tho Aca
KevJN Cundall, of Worcester
Academy, will nupply the pulpit of
Mr Scroggs during his visit to the
Mrs Collins nnd son Carl, of
Clinton, Mo, have been visiting
her brother, Nnt Skinner, for tho
Judge T. J. McGhcd of South
west City, made tho Chieftain
ollico a very pleasant call, Mondny.
Come again Judge.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Green left
Wednesday for St Louis to buy
goods. Mrs Green will remain
about a month to visit.
Mr. Washburn of the Washburn
mills was in town Monday. Ho
furnished tho lumber for tho fair
grounds, and is always wclcoino In
W. W. Miller has sold his pro
porty on Wilson street to Nat Skin
ner. Ho is fixing up the house
west of Mrs, Blythe's preparatory
to moving there,
Mrs Davis nnd family returned
Sulurdiiy Wtmk just in tnno for tho
fair. ThoyJiuvo been on a visit lo
rolations and 'friends in Kentucky
The doctor is happy now.
Deputy Marshnl Wilkerson left
Sunday with three prisoners two
for introducing intoxicating liqu
ors and 0110 for larceny of a saddle
tho last a white man.
Mr. C. C. I'ickett post trader at
Sao and Fox agency pasted through
hero Saturday on his way (o the
agency, while hero ho called nt
tho CiiiKt-'TAix ullico and pleasant
rcminesecnccs were revived. Come
again Friend Charley.
Is there any one else in town
who can take boarders at 8.J;00 per
week or loss? If you can, leave
yournamo with G W. Green, Trcs.,
of the Academy, and you can get
all you can keep.
Mr. and Mrs. Maguiro and Mr.
Mrs. Harness of Indiana are visit
ing tho family of G. W. Parsons, of
this city. They made tho Cm .-:-tain,
ollico a very pleasant call
rti--, '- -
' ArbfL'cslcr AiiWomy has a largo
olnsH in book keeping. Tho busi
mJsa courrc in tho Academy is tho
best thing for young men who have
but little time to go to school, that
was over established in this ccmn
Uy. About 25 members of tho Congre-i
gational church met at tho parson
ago on Monday evening for a kind
of farewell meeting with Mr. and
Mrs. Scroggs. They givo him up
reluctantly, but submit to tho nec
essity which cnlle him away.
A company organized in
Washington D.C.; latoly hns pur
chased six thousand acres of land in
Polk county Fin., and will raise
oranges , limes, lemons and other
Pro. Cundall will begin next sab
bath evening a scries of lectures to
young men. Ho has delivered
them in several largo cities, and
they are spoken of very highly in
deed. They are much needed bore,
and tho Prof, will have a good
Profs, I. N. Cundall nnd J. W.
Scroggs, Rov. David F. Sparks
and Kov Charles Bluojackot, a nd
Mri Flora Scroggs attendod tho
.I.pq4,ing of tho Springfield Associ
atiou of Congregational ministorH
andichurches nt Republic, Mo, this
'Jhe ladies of tho Prcobylorian
church of Vinita, havo decided to
gj! nsories of entertainments in
th new church during tho coming
pnmcnt, consisting of concorls,
tableaux, oyuter Biippcrd, Ac Ac.
'uprccejJfltoaltl in paying for
tlM'ulWUf All thosowhocan da
b( !aj invito
ed to assist in tho good
Sir., icniggo'lina established a school
ou Ou in crnek, auxiliary to Worcester
Acadiy, Kqv. David F, Sparks has
boeii i ployed by tho Ainoriean Home
jtllssil nun' society to teach It, All tho
V'cd A from tult biiKO to finishing and
fjnilil Ug the school building. Thu
l . .... f.....r. ..
trst W ' reg.HB the, first Jlonday in
ILxnlli uo ..!.,. I 1. .,.. .1... .1.
v.hw .n nmi. ovu mu duia
it'EO I ll0 Mifl country. He Is ready
IWir(i.a(l fast as culled for,
Indian M.n.!ott ConffrreKti'.
Kd C.iiKKTAiN: I will send you
a few items jit reference to tho
Rossion of tho Indian mission con
ference of tho M. E. Church.
Tho conference met at Webber's
Falls Sept. 20, Jlisbop G. F. Pierce
In nililitu.it to the regular mem
bers, of the conference there was a
number of visitors present, among
whom were: Dr. J. It. McForrin,
agent of tho southern Methodist
intblishing house; Dr. 1). C. Kclloy
Treasure of tho board of missions;
Hev. E. M. Iloundu, associate editor
of St. Louis Christian Advocate;
Hev. J. M. Uinklev, of Sherman
District, Sherman Texas and Hev.
Thomas, of Sparta Georgia. Tho
session -was a pleasant and har
The preaching was in power and
in demonstration of the Spirit.
Tho sermon on Sunday at 11 A. M.
by Bishop Pierce was of such pow
er that the largo nudienco was held
spelbbound for an hour or more.
Immediately nfter tho Sermon the
Bishop dedicated our new Church
at Webber's Falls. This act of
building CSod a house is one which
should lie imitated by many oth
ers. Efforts were mono by the con
ferenco for thu extension of our
work throughout tho Indian 'Terri
tory. A pialo department was es
tablished, under tho management
of Harrcll International Institu
te but, in hcjioratc buildings from
tho female department.
Tho following aro the appoint
ments announced by the Bishop:
Muskogee Dist., J. W. Cowart,
P. E. Muskogee, T. F. Brewer;
Ockmulgeo, V. S. Derrick. Eu
fala circuit MosoSlyc; Ockmulgce
circuit, Rowland Brown; Muskogco
circuit, Win. Jones; Seminole cir
cuit. Thos. Little: Concharta cir
cuit, Tlios. Batnctt: Coweta circuit,
Jcsso Brown. Eufala Station, M.
A. Clark. Asbury Manual Labor,
school Young Ewiug, Sup., Semi
nolo Academy, J. A. Waldcn,Sup.,
Harrcll International Institute, T.
F. Brewer President.
Chickasaw District C. W. Myatt,
P. E. Chickasaw, circuit Gibson,
GrayBon. Washita, circuit, J. L.
Keener. Railroad circui', James
Jcsso. Bluo circuit, E. W. Cosby,,
Kiametia, J. II. Walker. Doaks
villot W. M. Keith. Jacks fork,
Pauls valloy District, J. 0. Shanks
P. E. Paul's vallev circuit J. C.
Scivaly. Mill creek J. A. Rowan.
Jonhnsonvillo, R. M. Davis, Brush
creek, Jns.. Florence.
Choctaw District E. A. Gray, P. E.
Skullyvillo G. W. Atkins, Masula
tubba, W. F. Folaom. Sanbois C.
II. Thompson, New Hope Semina
ry, E. A. Gray, superintendent.
Cberokeo District, E. R. Shapard,
P E. Grand River circuit, J S Wil
Hams. Tahloiniah, and Fort, Gib
son, M. L. Butler. Flint C, S.
Jones. Vinita station L. Dobson.
Salisaw, W. II. Morehead and John
Sevier. Spring Crook, I.acv Haw
kins. Russlc Crcck.A.M.'Ealcm.
Claremore, D. C. Murphy. Canadi
an, W. B. Austin. Webbers Falls,
to bo supplied. Cherokee Orphan
Asylum, J. F. Thompson, superin
J. 0. Shanks.
Last Friday and Saturday nights
frosts proved disastrous to crops
throughout the northwest, doing in
calculable injury in Minnesota, Wis
cousin, Michigan, Iowa, and north
ern Ohio Indiana. and Illinois,
damage being reported in tho
latitude of St. Louis. From all
points the report cojnes that corn
fiplda planted with Kansas and
Nebraska seed wero ruined.
A rhoir has been formed and will be
led by Miss Ada Durham, tho accom
plished teacher ol milsic in Worcester
Acudctcy, consisting of' Jtiss Fauulo
lily the, alto, Miss Mamie Ito'ss, soprano,
Mr. Kdmondson, tenor and Mr. Uatlgett
and Mr. Illakney, basso, for tho ser
vices at tho Congregational church, of
which Itev. J. W. Scroggs is pastor.
Sacred music of much merit may bo ex
pected from thu choir at the- regular
Sunday services at this church.
Rov. J W Scroggs, one of tho ed
itorB of this papor, Mrs Scroggs
nmlthcir little son, Maurice, left
Tuesday last, tho 25tb inst, to at
tend a meeting of tho Springfield
Association of Congregational
churches From thero ho will pro
ceed to St Louis, and thenco to
Concord, Now Hampshire, to at
tend a meeting of tho Congrcgn
tional Council. Ho will thon spend
somo timo, perhaps sovoral months
in tho east, in tho interests of Wor
cester Academy, which wo bolicvo
ho will boatlo togrcatlv advance.
Wo regret to loso tho presonco of
Mr Scroggs so soon after forming
our connection with tho Chieftain,
but his invaluablo Bcrvicos will not
ho lost, and wo expect to receive
frequent contributions to our col
umns from his nblo pon during his
nbsenco, ns ho retains his connec
tion as nn editor of this paper. In
common with tho members of his
church nnd his ninny other friends
hero, Wo heartily wish Mr Scroggs
nnd family a pleasant and prosper
Increased mall facilities aro desir
ed and needed on tho route from
Vinita, I. T. to Baxter springs Kns.,
Two or thrcn more ollicca should bo
established rind the servico increas
ed from two to thrco times a week.
A nbw route should bo establish
ed from Vinita to Coflyvillo. Kns.,
Tho settlement on Big Creek la from
twelve to fifteen miles from a oost
ollice. It is largo aiid would ho
greatly benefited by a post-olllco in
A new routo is also desired from
Vinita I. T. to Siloam BpringsArk.
via Tiblow' Ferry on Grand Uivpr
Oocholata's and Dial'H mill. Tho
country that would bo supplied by
hub mine is large aim tanner re
moved from mall facilities thtuiany
iiiin.v ..ni... 1 i...... i.... , ij.
othor of the Chcrokco coitntrj',
The N.t'oal Council it oc.urs ti
Ii ...I..K, fct.-.n...1.. !.-.,! a. ... ahm.....u. !
M- llllHV J'.V'jlWII 1H.1 IAV IlillSlll VB
to utilizo the labor of the convicts
who aro confined nt Tnblequah;
Why nro they not put to work on
tho roads, or on a farm, or apprent
iced to somo useful trnde that will
to somo extent compensate for tho
expense of keeping them and give
them ttie means of earning a living
when their time of fcrvico has ex
pired? It seems that ill aotno such
way they might bo humanely made
self sustaining and contribute mat
erially to tho food nnd clothing of
children now supported by tho na
tion. If thero is not sufllelctitoxpcrlnco
among our own people to advant
ageously introduce ard conduct
such business Bend off and obtain
Tho lease of tho Chcrokco outlet
io the Block Association of Kansas
will go into effect tho first of Oct.,
which timo the first Installment of
$50,000 will bo paid into tho treas
ury of tho Nation at Tahlpqunh by
All persons indebted to, S. S.
Bluejacket on hay contracts will
please calFand sc.tlo with, G. W.
Green nt onco as I am needing
money badly. S. S. Bluojackot.
The cohl wintry blasts ot Dee
bor aro advertised to appear soon.
Get Bill Strange to show you thoso
coats at Button's before purchasing
Thero Mill be a meeting of thu Board
of Directors of this institution at thu
Academy building nt 2 o'clock p. in.,
Saturday, Oct. 0, 188.1. A full nttend
auco Is requested us thero will bo bus
iness of Importance to the Iustltetion
A. 1 (toodykoontz, President
St Louis Fair.
Tho Mo. Pacific railroad will
sell tickots to St Louis and return
for $11,50, commencing sale Sept.,
30th good going until Oct., Gth nnd
returning Oct., 8th. Two trains
daily, Pullman conches and sleep
ers through without change.
F. L. Decker, agent.
Vinita, Sept. 20, 1883
G. H. Warren baa purchased the
Grand River .Mills, mouth of Pry
or's creek, and requests tho same
patronago as given to his predeces
sor. Tho mill will bo run under
tho oamo management and by tho
samo miller ns before Thos.
G. II. Wauiikn,
2t. Choteau, I. T.
S. J. THOMPSON,
Vinita, 0. N.
R. JT. SWAEf ,
No. 1 BRICK
for st.Ti3Ei vrr
Vinita !Brick Yard
Apply to 0. W. A. LYNCH.
St. Louis, Mo.
Th Only Wholesale Yards in St.
Lonii Actfessibl) by Ball
and Water I
1, Kvcry railroad entering fit. Louis
Is directly tributary to theso yards.
2, Texas shippers am informed that
ronneetion with these yards from tho
Iron Jlouutain A Southern railroad ran
bo made without cost and with muih
less idirinkago than to any other.
X These vnrils havo thn peculiar ad.
vautngo of being located on tho St.
I-tiuli side' of the rivet, front which
fivo hundred thousand people draw
their provUloi! supply,
4. Every jiackliig ficruw In Ft. Louis
has a regular buyer stationed here.
Buyers of cuttle, hog and sheep, both
for the homo market and eastern ship
merit, are at all times remMmttl.
, h. For 00 111 fort and oonvwilente thew
iranare na sujKirlor in the country,
Two liuus of siteet ears uriiiroeli hare.
Uiw), tkur)'di oiiiitts and other coa
W.A',UA'SV,' " VrMldcittf
f!fllar' WH Tvtxut9. t
r'v .-.AW , .v- ;. . .
LITTLE, JARVIS & CO.
COMMISSION! MJC ROH ANTS.
for tjix prj'nozZAflts axt) AX.ri or4
13 National Stock Yards, East St. Louis,
XAbr&l Advansoa Mud Ozl Ooxieigxxmazifee.
GRAND COMBINATION SALE!
Polled-Angus and Oalloyay Cattle.
. WIt.1. 1IR OFFK1IBD ;AT PUIH.U'SAI.K AT
KANSAS ;CITY, MO., NOVEMBER,, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8.
33uxlxi tHo Igana.a City Pat CJtcoIx Sllio-ro-.
Thts will bo the grandest om-ring of Polled caltluthat has ever been mKld
In addition to tho great attractions of the Knt-Stoek Show, tho opportunity of
viewing in procession over l!00 Imported Polled rut tlo Mill bo well worth a jour
ney across tho continent. This procession will bo on the morning of Nov. 1st,
through thu principal st roots of the city. Tlio tests to which these rattlo have
been subjected linvo demonstrated beyond question their adaptability to the
wants of tho Western cattle men. This olTering consisting' of bulls, cows, nnd
heifers, of breeding nges, havo been personally selected with great caro from
tho herds of tho most famous breeders of theso justly celebrated cnttld in Scot
land. Itcduccd faro on all railroads centering In Knnsai City. Owners !
A.'ll. Matthews, Kansas Uity, Mo. Uudgoll & Simpson, Independence, Mo.
M. II. Cocbrano, Complnn, P. Q., Can., Geary llrothers, lindon, Out.,
L.;Lconard, Mt. Iconard. Saline Co., Mo.. Kstlll A Klllott, Kstlll.IMo.,
W. II. it A. I-conard, Mt. Ionard, fjnliiio Co., Mo.
Col.Ih 1'. Mulr. Chlcair, Col. I). 8. Harris, Kansas city, Auctioneers.
For catalogucc and further information address
Walter i). Wecdon, Sec'y., Kansas City. Mo,
"7Ciaa. 33Coxica.oi,soxx, DPocoja.
I havo recent. tnken chnrgo ofthis House, and havo put It
In FIRST-CLASS Shapo for tho Accommodation of tho
Traveling Public. 1 not as good tables as anv Houso
in tho Southwest. Mcala.to Citizens, &5 Cents.
When in the City! Stop at The Triacol
VINFTA. USTD TEB.
D. W LIPB,
G E NEAX ME11CHAWDISE.
otretlet. ... X. T.
Will soil Goods for cash, as low as any storo hi tho
Call and Examine my Stock.
a?lxlc3.i.xcil3. " - - - XxxL. Tor
Having just received a largo and comploto stock of goods for tho
Trade invito every one to cnll and exnmino our stock beforo 'pur
chasing elsewhere. Goods ns represented, nnd satisfaction guaranteed.
Vwr wx ll l. ir "H ' V ii
Fin iiStii fcflis.
The Latest Improved Road GarUa
tor Send for Catalogue and Pricw. fM
Mitchell, Lewis & Co., Racine, Wis,
JOHN F. LYONS,
Attorney and Cillsctina Agent
I'ORT Otmo, L T,
J'irtlcuUrattptiott glvcu bjctalwth.
t :. tJArtnt.
Lewis & C
- - - Wis.
3 oh Sondhomior',
DeIrln ' - t
Fwt and Pmitt,
fH IMC T tll'l
,1 Jtffftiyit for umIi ly, mi vmytt ih
'hlghcirt wins, " A , -
I , " " .. .rj
'-.-:v .." . -A
3 0tner4 ' ,
' Aitu i
ViniU, - LTV
3Daily Btaga luinc
KKlIITV.l'OtiK JIII.I& IX TWKSTI
New toadies bbiI eOod r.(ock. Dls'
Inner', eighty ib1Is: schedulo thno
twenty-four brittrsi Makes eloso con
liectlnn nt Muskojcth) with trains oil tho
Missouri Pacific rail road, iCnil at Kort
tiiulth with tho Little Kock A Fort
.Smith nnd the l'rlsro lines.,
M. F. KKN.VKDV,
The Live Stook Market ef t. Loui
TIIK 'f. LOUIS -.IATI0X.U.
Looated at Jt&at Bt. LuIb, ill.
Directly oppo.Mto the city of Kt. Loul.
lluyera for nil description of live stock
nU'ayn in attendance, and isltlihi the
(irotiuda of the stock yards aro a Ix'flf
canniiiK rimipauy, with a capacity fur
HlaughtortU!! l.oOO bead of cattle dlly,
and pork packing cntabliKhineutH w.th
a capacity for RlaitghtGrinic VI, OW Iiugsi
ISAAC 11. KNOX, President.
Ci(a. T. .Ionm, Huperlntondeiit. ii
JOHN W. STAPLER & SOU
Thpyhavea fni. aim. ,i
icoodnofall Klni.1k.jtr,f '
Unit, capH, )iiiH.cmv-
ware, proceri), Wafr. i
If you want falr-tqiinrei deai.
tho full worth of yoitr .twOucy Si
(ty as well bh quantity of piodt, g v
the old, reliable lirmufJuhti W s'n
plefAKon, . 18'vin
Oliver E. Hindes,
?Innufc.cturer of and Dealer In
HARNESS, SADDLES, COLLARS,
HRIDLKS, WlIIl'S, COMIVS.
DRUSHKS Etc., Uc,
Repairing ncatolr ilone. All work
warranted. St. LouiH)pricen di)ili
cn'tcd, Orders from a dlaianco
tilled on short notice,
TKXAH HAHOI,i: A HI'KCI.Vt.TY.-
, Givo urf a call beforo you.
J. T. ItobertBrfOfDHllfttt.leiCM cbrg.
AItt"logee, --. Ind, Tor.
C. M. Keys feCo.
LIVE STOUK- '
Ofllco Nos. nnd 10 Kxchange KuildlnKi
ST. LOUIS KATIOMAIi STOCIC
ST. CLAIR COUMTY, fLLS.
D r y navop:dir :
And everything vumti&if kpt in
a well asserted itre I $ei! Iiw
as the lowest fer taek. Cull.ut! 1
see me and prlee my good
Strcftr hlks test tf (U
teau, month of Pryer's CretJ?.
Uewt tiolecttfd rtock of General
Gowfci c4tl ftw cfa r i qtafipr'"'
Gowk out ffftfewMw mA i
Nqjtroublo lo show jpo4.
ew jfooas every wn.
IF YOU 'mVht 'CQME AXD
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Will Uk stook of iiwr Mi
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