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' MiRKOiirl pxiirrss 12:153 p.m.
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T? F. I 1)i:ckkii, Agent.
ST. I.OVIS HAN FKASCISO.
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V7 H. II. Kiimosdhov, Ajiont.
tOniee open from 7 o'clock n. m. in
p. in. On Siiinliiy fniinK to tin. in.
vRiuill fmm Mo 2 ji. in. TNp mull from
viho north nml koiiIIi, by tho Mo. I'n
'II1p rnlliMiy, nrrlvi-H ibiily nml i oppn
Vil by" n. m. nml dosed by" p. m. I'rom
fthuc.ist.byHt, IiiiIkA .iiii lrmuisrn
railway, arrivcH ilully nt P-Mttp. m. nml
.elosew nt 2 p. in. From tli;west, hy
Jttlm Miiino mlhviiy. si.v tlniPHn week, nt
v745n. in. nml ili'WM nt2 p. m. Tho
ninll from VlnitJ.I. T to l'ineville,
JIo., via Kclni, Carcy'rt lerry, South-
, yii.'st City, .p., Ipii vox 8 n. m., Tupstlny
nml Fritlnv nml arrlve-i nt II p. m. Mon
day nml 'I'liurwliiy. The mtiil from VI
liitu to ItiiNlcrSprincH, Kiik,, vlrt Pmiler
Keiiin nml Whilinn, leavtm lrnlny at
n. in. timl iirilwi. Hal unlay by (I p. m.
Money onlem on any money oitlur
ntla-e in the t'lilletl Stntlirf fnrmiv hiiiii
nut eeec'illiijpine humlretl tlolhirs.eau
beolilaiiu'il al tint Vlliita povt-dlllfo
(ruins a. m. ami f p.m.
Po.stal mtte, payable to tho bonier,
for any mini from one cent nml lens
tbnii the (liillars, can also be obtained
on nny intmey tniler ntllcn.
Wm. P. Itimx, Postinnator.
Mis' Mauii: Ho, AslHtant
t!i to VJnitii liriukyftrdd for fjml
J.t :iclh( of gnoila urriviiif; nt
X.uif but" firsli drills used in
pri'scriptioimat tholtoil Front.
U rei'ii luiH n few clunks loft whicli
lio wants to get till of.
WitleheH, llingFjiuuljowolry sold
clit'iip nt tlu Red Ft out.
(iciylmck of C. W. A. Lynch to
build your houses chininoyH nml
('. V. I ukuhoot nnd shoo nmker
lit Hi'ticen, Mo,, warrants hia work
fo' ono year.
..ilankota hy tho humlrcd at
(ireeu'ri. You need them theso
Maguilieionl lino of dross poods
at Cneen's. Ladies tuko Jiooil,
"I'lio popular driiKeist of tho south
wi-i-t V. H. Mitcholl Seneca
If you wqnt tho latest stylo and
tiest bargains' in cjqakri go to
Hoots and Shoes niado to ordor
md of host maturinl hy Q. V Luko,
.w neca, Mo. i
Dont you forget that Ore
kt-eps Piereo City Klour.
For choice wines, hrandies and
v biskica for medicinal purposes,
-.. to II. .Mjjehell'a DriiggiBt,
.. M, Krazco hroUKht. tho first
tod; qf Drus a't)d 1'utunt modi.
Hies ever dispei'.'.ed and Hold in
initn. Call and sco his lino at
Gainsays hois hound to soil part
"fills hoots nnd times as there in
no room forthi'iu. Call at Ureen'a
'.nd interview him.
OrcVlihnslho LargeRt and. host
tock of Clathing ever brgtieht to
irilta. Tho bottom ha fallen out
, tho eastern market nnd Ciroon pot
' ' ore itistin time to got tho benefit,
rather his customers will get it.
OotoAV. H. Mitchell's F.ncct,
o., For pold lings, gold liruct
ts, gold pens, drugs, notioiie, toys,
PerCfipltn payment t t'ort Glb?on
wno to begin tliolth Inst.
Tho Academy oftfnn nnived Hntnrday
mid was ntonco put In tho study room.
It in ona of Story A. Vmnp's best lustru
dipt. Wm. C. Jnckson, of Fort Gib
son, ra in Vinitn Bnliinlny and went
on to the future gront to see the fair.
Mrs. .1. It. Curl, from C'nney,
I. T., is visiting t! ramlly of Mr. 8. 8
(J. W. (frocn is intulntf quito an ad
dition to bis premises, in tho way of mi
octagon Wood house.
The scarcity of suitnblu typo will no
comit fur some of the typographfeid de
fects of the CniKiTAix.
MorilsJones, with Goddard & Peck,
grocers, fit. Iuis, Mo., was obtaining
orders ill Vinitn, Bept. 2l.
Tlio clouds winked so fast Moudny
niglit ns tocntiso almost a couilnued
IiImo of light.
Itcv. W. 1'. llnworlh, of Vlnita, mid
Itev. rorryman, of tho Creek Nation,
left Tuesday for Xoosho Falls, Kas.
A wrecking car passed west Sunday to
Tulsa to bo Used in recovering tho cars
that were lost In the river when the
bridge washed away some time since.
A party of Arab emigrants bound for
Kl Paso, Tex., were put olfu Minsourt
Pacific train at this place. Monday ovo
iiiug, and remained in tho depot over
Our young friend Hebo Uordory, who
owns a flno farm well cultivated, a mllo
nnd a linlf northwest of Viulta, claims
to have obtained 00 tons of millet from
11 acres of ground,
A pressing demand nt Vinitn is for
mo io houses ami reasonable rents. Tho
mini who will build them may expect
to add to tho population hero mid in
crease his own ready cash.
Industrial nnd mechanical drawing
liuvobeen introduced into Worcester
Academy. Ills a good move. Nothing
layHsiich a foundation for tliemcchnu
ieorartizauor nny useful trade.
Itev. A. '. Chamberlain left Monday
to attend tho Presbytery at Neosho
Falls, Kns. Uev. M. Cussell; tho ener
getic Sunday school promoter, left also
for the same destination.
We desire to call the attention of our
lenders to tho ndvcrtlscment of tho
Iluhcr Milling Co., of So neca, Mo.
Their Hour, bran, sliipstuH's, Ac, is of
tiio very best. Give it a trial.
Mr. W.J. Flood, who has been clerk
ing in F. II. Cass' Btore, for several
months past, left Sunday for Chicago.
Hilly made u host of Mends while here,
who wish him success wheiovcr ho may
Itov. L. Dohsun has leturncd from
Conference ami resumed his duties in
tho public school. Ho has jhecn ap
pointed to the charge of tho Methodist
church huru mid will give his emigre
gatiou able discourses in good style of
Notice the "ad" of M. Frazce.ln this
issue.' Ho lins recently opened out n
lino assortment of pure drugs, cigars,
tobacco, confectioneries, &a.t and par
ties desiring anything in his line will
do well tu give him a call.
Itov. Charles llluejncket ufld Spark
have 'oturncd fiom n twinliis meeting
oftho lllstiict Association of Cniigrvgu
ti'iiial ministers, held at l.'opublic, Mo
Tliu iiot meeting of the Association
will bo held at Viulta, perhaps in
Itev. Daniel Itogers, missionary of
the Hnptist Union, pasted through Vi
nitn Pihlay, on his way from tho cast to
MiihKiigee, wlieru his future he:uliiiar
ters will be. Mr. Hogers was station
ed Home years nt T.ihletijmh, and is ef
ficient nml popular among the people,
keeping as ho docs nil eye single to his
Sir. Clarence Dale, M. 1)., is estnb
lishlng u drug storont Chelsea, west of
Viulta, on thoKt. Louis &!niu Francisco
railway, nml will administer witli skill
pure medicines for tho bodily relief of
the ullllcted denizens of that burg nml
Itev. I. L. Norton will deliver n lee
turont Itnvmond's Hull l'ridnyeveiilng,
Oct. 12. Subject "Tho Great Conflict
between Christianity mid Infidelity,
.Mr. Norton comes u ell recommended
and deserves n good uudlcnco. Go and
Tho fair nt St. Louis hut drawn nwny
a number of Vinita towns-people.
Among them may bo named: Mr. mid
Mrs. A. P. GoodykoouU, Miss l'nnnle
K. lllythe, Mr. mid .Mrs. W. K. Hnlsell,
Mr. G. W. Green, mid Mr. W. C.
Itaymond Hull is tlm.first place for
public entertainments ever opened in
Vinitn. It is on the second lloorof the
addition recently built in tho rear of
his hardware house by A. C. Itaymond,
to find partial storage for his extensive
stock of hardware mid agricultural im
plements. It is sented with chiilrb'mid
will accommodate, nhottt IW0 persons.
It may bo tho lll'cclllsorof,I;-;nlontlf,
opera house, whon tho old frd.it is
torn nwuy and n new brick block takes
its place. Itaymond knows how mid
when to build.
Tho Presbyterian church is gotting
along very fast toward completion.
It is now ready for plastering. Beau
tiful steincd glass windows havo
been put in placo. .
Tho concert given by thcSimms'
family in Raymond's Opora IIouso
Saturday and Mondny evenings,
was ono of tho best entortainment
ovor brought to our city. It" con
sisted of instrumental inusie, with
violins and guitprs, songs nd
dnnces by little Flora, eight years
old, and Warren about twelve
years; solos and duetts by two of
tho young ladies, and not withstand
ing tho injunction of our fathers
that "whibtling girls and crowing
hens always como to somo bad
end," tho smoothly and clearly
whittled pino by tho oldest young
lady was very much enjoyed by the
audience. Tho threo voUnir ladies
i wero very attractive, (so Homo of
our "liuys" my) yet little Flora
,.as tho featuro oftho evening.
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Itev. Edwnrds, of Atoka, mis
sionary of tho 1'rcsbyterlan Hoard
among the Choctaw,ppcnt Sabbath
Inst nt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
naleiilinc, in Vinitn. Mr. Kd
wards is ono of tho old laborers
among the Choctaw, and is now
chiefly occupied in translating tho
psalms into the Choctaw language.
When completed tho work will lie
of much iipo to the Choctaw people
and a lasting monument to his own
name in connection with those of
Messrs Wright and Uylngton, who
in former years gave to the Choc
taws in their native tongue, the new
and several books of the old testa
ment. The Trcasurership of tho Chero
keo Nation seems to bo tho capital
prize in tho drawing from tho Natio
nal Council nt its approaching ses
fijn. Among tho names mentioned
in connection with tho olllco arc
those of 1). V. Lipn, present in
cumbent, Johnson Thompson,
Jlenry Chambers, G V Rogers, Sen
ator elect from Coowcescooweo
District, and It. M. Wolf.
Gen. Thomes, Kngincer-in-chiof
oftho St. Louis & Han Francisco
railway, has removed his head
quarters from Vinita, and will
loa,e tho road as soon as tho cars
which went down with tho first
Tulsa bridgo, some time ago, havo
been recovered. Gen. Thomes has
been connected with tho road at
two different periods, tho latter cx
tnnding over two years, and has
associated his name and skill with
it for coining time. As thcro is no
likelihood of work being resumed
on the road shortly, Gen. Thomes
will probibly accept employment
on other enterprises.
The concert and oyster supper
announced in last week's paper,
will bo given at the Congregational
church Friday evening, Oct. 12th.
Tho progrnmnio for tho concert
will consist of piano nnd violin
playing and vocal solos, quartettes,
choruses and duetts. Among tho
pieces rendered will bo "Peek A
noo," "Wait till tho clouds roll by,
Jennie," Waltz song, "When 'Tis
Moonlight," "Hear Dem Bells,"
"Only A Pansy Blossom," nnd
Gjant's March and Peri Waltzes
by violin and piano. It is also ex
pected that then.' will bo sonio
reading by a good cloqutioniBt.
.Admission twenty five cents. Pro
ceeds" to go toward patching up the
church for cold weather. Come out
and hear sonic good music.
Gen. Armstrong tho distinguish
ed philathropist and founder and
head of tho school nt Hampton,
Virginia, spent an hour in Vinita
last Monday. The Gen. was return
ing from an oxti'iisivo tour of obser
vation among a large number of
Indian Tubes in Dakota, New
Mexico, Arizona and the Indian
Territory. 1 laving seen their con
dition he will form mom correct
and satisfactory conclusions as to
their wants ami the proper method
of dealing with them. (Jen. Arm
strong is full of life and energy and
firmly believes that godliness,
cleanliness and industry arc vory
closely allied. His idea of training
people to bo skillful laborers, as
well as intelligent men, nnd of
having them help to sustain them
selves while becoming such is both
wise and practicable and is tho only
method hy which the most favored
and wealthy of our Indian popula
tion may hopo to remain prosper
ous and perpctuato a vigorous and
manly posterity. Tho General ex
pected to stop last evening at Sen
eca to see a few oftho Indians near
that locality and then proceed di
rect to Hampton.
Prof. CnndalPs Lecture.
In accordianco with previous an
notmccment, f Prof I N. Ctmdall,
of Worcester Accademy, delivered
the first of a aeries of lectures to
young peoplo Sunday voning last,
at tho Congregational church.
Tho subject was tho "Import-
,jico of early choosing a worthy
pursuit for lifo and adhcrcing to
it." Tbo lectuwi was plain bur
polished, elevated in sentiment,
abounding in apt illustrations and
elegant in style, itj was nt onco elo
quent nml timely. Itwas valuable
to tho young and highly entertain
ing to all. Wo hopo to see tho houso
full noxt Sunday night, when tho
subject will bo "Gambling nnd
Shooting of Hon. J. 0. Krrlinnlicr.
Wo regret to -learn that lion.
JohnG. Scrimsher, member elect
to thoSennto, was accidonLilly shot
while sitting on tho counter of his
storo room nt Catoosa, Friday night
Inst. Tho circuni8tnnecs as related
aro that a difllculty occured between
two or threo porsoni, in which ono
of them attempted to uso his revol
ver. A third person interfered nnd
boro down tho weapon when it was
discharged. The ball struck tho
counter, glanced, passod through
tho wrist of Mr. Bchrimshor, enter
ed the thigh in front and lodged in
tho calf of tho leg. The wounds are
pevoro but not supposed to bo
clangorous. The services of Dr.
Lano wero called in but ho had
not at Jast account eucccded in ex
tracting tho ball.
' " TifTiifTitiHMrini triiijnt'niniiMftii'w
Ktiootlug at Ncoilio.
II. W. Goodvkoonlz, a prom
inent citizen Hint lumlwaro mer
chant of. Neosho Mo., was tho vic
tim qf a cowardly assault with in
tent to kill while in his business
houso Thursday evening last by a
man named Sherman. Three shots
were fired by Sherman, one break
ing tho arm of his unsuspecting
victim in two places. Sherman was
nrrostcd but admitted to bail in the"
sum of 8 l.olfc). Mr. G. is tho fath
er of Mrs. A. F Chamberlin and
Miss. Madge Goodykoontz, a teach
er in Worcester Aciidcmy.
Hotter Iito Than Ncrcr.
Only a passing nolico was given
in last week's Ciiikktain of the
Textilo department at the Fair.
We think it worthey of more
mention, as there was a great deal
of pains taken to make it tho
success it was. Tho hall was tasti
ly decorated with tisefull and fancy
articles of every variety ; fino and
beautiful needle work, including
various kinds of embroidery real
laeo collars, handkerchiefs, &o;
hand sewing, darned netting, rick
rack, and braiding; crocheting, and
knitting of shawls, tidies, mittens,
cocks Ac ; somo very neatly patch
ed quilts ; rag carpets handsome
enough for nny floor; and all kinds
of fancy articles too numerous to
mention hero. Ono thing which
attracted tho attention was a bead
ed buck skin suit, consisting of
leggins, hunting jacket, and moc
casins made by Mrs. Blackfeathcr.
We will not pass over the sweeter
part of tho display. Thoro was a
choico collection of different varie
ties of jellies, butter, canned fruits,
preserves and pickles. Several
very fine cakes, ono of which sold
for tho benefit of tho church at
Webber's Falls, brought about
There was also a fine display of
millinery by Mrs. Akin. Ono of
her pretty hats, sold hy votes for
the prettiest girl, brought about ten
dollars, another for tho handsomest
married lady brought nearly
Great crcadit is duo Mrs. Eiffert,
Mrs. Green, and Mrs. Goodykoontz
for tho tinio and energy thoy spent
in making this part of tho Fair a
bucccss. Tho following is a list of
tho premiums awarded :
To Jenny Henry, for silk cm
broidery, 81.00; Java canvas tidy,
Mrs. Blakeney, of Carthage, for
crocheted lamp mat, fiOc; crocheted
mat, 81; chenile embroidery, 81.
Cora Cass, for sewing by girl un
der 12 years, 81.
Ella Foreman, for girl's needle
Mrs. A. F. Chamberlain, for
samples of rick racK, Me.
Mrs. Mathes, for thread collar,
Miss Jcnnio Phipps, for real laeo
Mrs. Dr. Davis, for real laeo
Mrs. Mathes, for knit shawl, 81.
Mrs. Sallio lllythe, for knitmits,
GOc; for quilt, 81.
Mrs. A. P. Goodykoontz, for
darned net dress, $1.
Mrs. Blackfeathcr, for best In
dian bead work, 83.
Mrs. Whalcy, of Neosho, for
hanging basket, 50c; Zephyr pin
Mrs. G. W. Green, for worsted
Mrs. Little, for countorpano, di
ploma. Mrs. 0. S. Robinson, for braided
pillow shams, 81,
Misses N. nnd V. Lipc, for shell
Mrs. I. Akin, for greatest dis
play of millinery, 82.50.
Miss A. A. Durham, for crochet
ed shawl, $1; konsington .embroid
Mrs. WilliamB, for rng carpet, 83
Mrs. B. Coody, for best patch
Mrs. Fred Chester, for best silk
patch work, 81.
Henrietta Drew, for painting, di
ploma. Mrs. Littlo, for patch work quilt,
Madgo Goodykoontz, for silk
Mrs. Eiffert, for jolly, diploma.
Mrs. Edmondson, for jolly, 50c;
plum buttor, 50c.
Mrs,' A. F. Chamberlain, for best
loaf of cako, 5Qc; jolly, 50o; best
pro-jcrves, 50c. .
Mrs. Whaley, for finest pair of
Mrs. Littlo, for best tomato pre
Mrs. Wilkerson, for best bread,
Mrs. Henry, for best sorghum,
Mrs Roach, for nicest buttor, 82.
Tho above artielo was handed in
for publication In Inst week's
Chieftain, but on account f a
lack of space wo could not insert it.
ShcrifPs nalo or Sheep
Thirty nine head of fat sheep
will be sold to the hiidicst bidder
at the courthouse in Cooweescoo-
wee District On tho 10th day of
Wet. .in lo will take place nt 12
o'clock, Meridian and bo made for
cash, 'or National warrants or ecr
tilicatcs at the term.
S. II. May.
Dcftlli of Jmlsro PdrVs.
(Icorgo V, Parks, art old and
highly tcspcctcd citizen of the
Cltcrokco Nation, died at his resi
dence threo miles South east of Vi
nita, in Dohwaro District, Monday
night, the 1st inst. Judge Parks
was a short timo sittco, an Associ
ate Justice of tho Supremo Court of
tho Cherokeo Nation and had a
lnrgo nunibcj of acquaintances who
esteem him highly as a kind dispos
ed nnd honorable man,
We attendodThe FaTTat Vinita
I. T., last week, and wero well
pleaded with tho exhibition. Our
friends over tho border are waking
up to their interests, and instead
of a lot of scrub ponies, a half
dozen long-horned cowh and a few
"hazel splitter" pics as in former
years, thoy now have their ranches
well stocked with tho best broods
they could obtain in the States, and
take great prido in showing them.
Tho mammoth vegetables, fino
wheat, corn and oats on exhibition
would bo a credit to any country.
The needlework and otliicr articles
in tho ladies' department was verv
fine., in fact, the show in all depart
ments was excellent, and acres of
ground were occupied with eating
stands swings, Ac, eVc, to accom
modate tho hundrcvls of peoplo who
camo from all parts oftho territory
to witness tho sights.
Wo found all tbo officers of the
association to r peifcct gentlemen,
and they did nil tiiey could to make
tho fair profitable to tho society,
and pleasant for their guests ami
The Vinita Fair Association is
now ono of tho big institutions of
the territory, nnd thoso who miss
ed tho exhibition this year missed
a grand shaw. Otiveyo' Hrpuhlican,
Maiiuiko, Sept 20, At the Mansion
House. Ft. Worth, Texas, F. W
Stroutto Eliza A. Daniel, of Vini
ta. A nuta' or of Territory people ac
ompanir i tho bride to Texas, lcav
ing Vinita on the 2."th ult., to wit
ness tho ceremony. Tho party was
composed of Misses Mnmio Ash
brook and Ida Beatty, Mrs. Ann
Daniels, mother oftho brido, and
Dr. Frazoo, all of whom saw tho
marrincn bnnnilv ermHiirrmteil. nml
who, no doubt, will live to sco the
oriuo ami groom enjoy many years
Vinitn, Sept. 20, 1883
G. H. Warren has purchased the
Grand Itivor Mills, mouth of Pry
or's creek, and requests tho same
patronage as given to his predeces
sor. Tho mill will bo run under
the same management and by the
saino miller as before Thos.
G. H. Waihm:n,
2tf. Chotcau, I. T.
S. J. THOMPSON,
Vinita, O. N.
R. M. SWAIN,
No. 1 BRICK
FOR. fitVT.ID JiM
Vinita Brick Yard
Apply to C. W. A. LYNCH.
St. Louis, Mo.
Tfa Only Wholesale Yards in St.
Louis Accessible by Eail
and Water I
1. F.vcrv rnllrnntl cntcrlm? Rt. f.nnl
is directly tributary to theso yariU.
2. Texas RhiMcra mo informed that
connection with these yards from the
Iron Mountain rtKouthtrii inIroad can
bo made, without cost mid nit It lanch
lens RhrlnkuKO thnn to nny other.
3. TheBO vanls hnve tin peculiar nd
vantoKe of bciiiB located on tho St.
Louis Ida of tho rlrer, from which
five hundred thousand pconle draw
their proviidpn supply,
A. Jbvcry packing; ficniixr in Hi. Louis
has a ri'Kiimr buyer stationed hern,
liuycm of cuttle, houif nttd sheep, both
for tho homo market and cnsteTu ship
ment, ore at nil time represented.
6. For comfort and convonleace these
yards huvo no superior In tim country.
Two lines of street cars Hiiproach here,
Hotel, telegraph oltices tonl other con
veniences for stork men on thiiiruiiibcB
W. A. UAMSAV, I'rvtMviit.
b'veretury mid Tn.'Uiuryr, 1
New Drug: Store.
Drugs, Patent Wedtcines, Notions, Statioinry, &c &c. Also
A full lino of Cffjafs, tobaccos and ConfoifdriCrlcs.
PttKSOllfPTlONS CARMULLY COMPOUNDED I1Y Dr. 11AGI1Y.
Hcndiitmrters of all the Doctors hi Vinita at M. FIIAZKK'S, Ued
Front, otio door west of 'Frisco Hotel.
CHAS. IIUIltiK, PAUL
SENECA HOLLER. MILLS,
S332NnEJO-iOL, DNrilJX VT03XT.":Oo.,!S5tO.
llighoit rash price paid for ALL 0 HADES of WHEAT.
Orders for FLOUIl, HltAN and SIIIPSTUFFS promptly attended to.
I-Itibar Milling Oo.
W. I). I.1TTI.H.
t. r. jaiivi.
LITTLE, JARVIS & CO.
rort tzzs runciiAQC jq.xts EJ.a.x.xJ op
ouOL.o?TXj3a,n33:cca-s zxxa. sihe3313e.
i31 National Stock Yards. East St. Louis,
X.ibora.1 Advaxxoas 2ade On Goiiigpsixaoxvbe.
GRAND COMBINATION SALE!
Polled-Angus and Galloway Cattle
WII.I. UK OKKr.ttKI) AT riMlI.K'HAI.i: AT
KANSAS CITY, MO., NOVEMBER,, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8.
Tliluulll Im flinimiulnHt nircrliiL'tif
In addl'Ion tothoKrcatattnictloiiHof
viowlnn In procession over wxilmnoneti roiicti came win do wen worm ii, jour
ney ncronK ilio continent. Tills iirocoSHion will bo on tho morning of Jov. 1st,
through tin principal streets of the city. Tho tests to which lheo cnttlnbnyo
been mibjeclcd havo tlcinonstnitcd beyond question their adaptability to tho
wants or tho Wodeni cuttle men. This niiurniK coiiflisuna 01 ihiiih. cows, nno
lu.in.rM. nf lirceillii'T !Ltn. linvn Iieen ioiK(inullv Holcctetl with urcnt euro from
the lierd-; oftho most famous breeders of these Justly celebrated cattle In Bcot
lunil. Itcdiiccd fnro on all railroads centering In Knnsnn City. Owners i
A.m. Matthews, KniiH.m t!ltv, Mo. GiuIkcII & Bliiipmin, Indcpondence, Mo.
M. II. Cocbriine, Compton, P.Q.,Can., Henry llrotbem, London. Out.,
I,..Uouard, M. L?onartl, Kullne Co., Jto.. F.stlll t Klliott, fJttili,;Mo.,
V. It. A A. lunnnl, .nt. Jconani, r-auno io .tie.
t'ol. U 1'. Mulr. I'hlcnit, Col. I). 8. Harris, KnnsiiHcity, Auctioneers.
For catakiKUCfi and further liifonnttthm ntldrcss
Walter 0. Weedon, Scc'y., Kansas City. Mo,
"XWxxx. 3ECoicxclox,isioxx, Projp. '
I have recentlv taken charge ofthis IIouso, and have nut it
in FIUST-G'LASS Shape for tin! Accoinmodation oftho
Traveling Public. 1 set as good tallies as anv Houso
in the Southwest. Meals'to Citizens, f3 Cents.
When in the City! Stop at The 'Frisco!
VI2STITA.. IND TJ3R.
I J A I I I t-'Pl
Will sell Goods for cash, as low as any store in the
Call and Examine my Stock.
VnoOL. :F 3Fl
Having just recclvtil ft' largo and cumplcto stock of goods for the
Trade intito uvery ono to call and cxiiinjno owr stock heforo pur
chasing elsewhere. Goods m represented, ami satisfaction guaranteed.
S. T. HERMAN,
Ohetopa. - - Kanuaa,
Ueler in Furniture, Collins, Or
KnuB and Sowing Machines,
Her keeps conbtautly en hand a full
stock of everything in bis line of bind
necs. Orders by teleprajdi promptly
filled by day or Hlght. 1-80-lyp
Vinitn, :r. T.
xwrawMiM ii iifxi.uiCTaj?j
WAOtf, .lAS. HtlHElt,
it Treas. HitH. it Sec'y.
T. J. IMMIKI..
Piillotl cnttlc'thnt hiiH'ovcr been Tinndll
thoFnt - Htock Show, the opprirtuiilty of
Furs ami Htcaffi
MrJSKCHSlM, r. T.
jMrJtoyij for cash only, and ijni tint
Vinita, . I. T
!Daily Stngo Lino
Muskoged, lT.,to Ft.SwHh.ArX
KKIIiTMrttm MILKS l.VTWKJtTI
2ot rnrtrllc nntl yptnl stock. Din
tnnco, eighty miles) schedule thus,
twenty-four fiotiri. Mnkes clone win
ncctloii at Muskogee with trains on thtf
MlnDoiiri I'ucitip rnllf-ondi and nt Fort
Hiufilf with the I.lttje Kock' & Fort
Smith rind tho I'rlRcn lines.
M. K. KKNKRDY,
Tho Live Stock Xarkt of St. Loais
THK ST. LOUIS NATIONAL
Located at Smt at. Louis, ill,
Directly opposite tho city of SI. Lotilif
Ituycrs for nil description of live ntoeK
nlwnys in attendnuce, and within thri
(jrouudft of tho stock yards are a boe f
ciuinlni; company, with a cspacitv for
statijtlitoring 1,010 bend of cnttlo tfnily,
nml pork pnckini: eAlalillKhiuents w tb
a cnpiiclty fo slitifuhterlng U',000 .s
ISAAC II. KNOtf, PrcsiMcnt.
Oiias. T..Ionks, Huperltitwmlont. 1 f
JOHN W, STAPLER Sc SOW,
Tcfclalocfixoli., O. jCO".
They Iiav'o rt full stock of dry"
oedsof all klmfs, boots, shoes
hats, caps, qwcenswnrc, hsnl
wnre groceries wnxons, xi
If you want fsff-BOj'nro iIchIIhr and
tho full worth of yotlr trmuiy Irt qual
ity as well ns iptautltyof tootls no to
the old, relinblo firm of John W. Sta
pler & Son. 16Jh
Oliver E Hindes,
Mnuufucturer of and l)caler In
IIAUNKSS, 8ADDLKS, C01.LAKS,
HlUnLKS, WHH,'H, COMUS,
ItllUSUKS Ktc, Ktci
Itejiftirinft iicatr.lv ifone All Work
itnrrafitcd, HI. IJiis.priccs dunli
cated. Ordcra from a disUnce
filled on short notice,
TKXA8 HAIIDLM A Bt'KCtAf.TV,
Give s ft call before you
JT llobcrtSOf Inllw,Te.V,irt clirtrne'i
MtJ.-krgetf, - Iml. Tor.
WVK Sf OCK
Ofllre ,'os. ami 10 KxchurtKa Mtiihiini:
ST. LOUIS NATIONAL SOOK:
ST. CLAIR COUNTY, ILLS.
And everythbijr ksmUj kspt in
a well assorted twe. I sell IcjW
U tkd toweit (or Mtk. Call and '
tee na and pri ay gsds, " 0
C J-jiSaMORE, I.T.
St re fur wiles erct cfCK
lean, ffliuth tf Prytr's Cfwk.
limit r1(4mT iUmV tit Morwmil I
Jlerdiapdis in tlw (t)troli Na-f
Good sold for (xmU of Ite equlv
alent. (Sooda (Hit, tf tHtoi( miU M cost. r
No triHtble to show gotHl.
Xinr gomk vry wiMk.
' ' v v.
(IMt IWt trfwoys minting on (irml
JMvm tkiHiK Uffk walwr. Cvfttoaten
Cteamma dL 3V"ar4M!
Will Uk iUnIc of any kind, Wool
llidw, JHft, Ietut f &t'.
a,, hni itmrkcL prie in x
t ftkaujit far good;?
(ill mm a ctiU nnd oonviuc"yiur'
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