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81.60 PER YEAR.
YINITA, I. T. 00T. 12, 1683.
Heavy rnln, Tuesday.
Tim streams aro booming.
Mud now Inslond of dust.
ltomcmbcr tho conceit, tonight.
Kxpcct n crowd;of people next week.
Wanted tit Vinltn, n wood and cool
More sldo walks nro needed In our
Tho payment, Ills Mid, will begin
. lioro Monday next.
Tho Delawnro payment was thirty
f dollars per liend. -
Judio Clark was In town Saturday, In
Bam Hall h taken a position nt
JWui. Llttlo A Co.'s.
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ional church to night. f
Tlio teller of "Vestr." was received
too latolfur UiIh number.
Mr. Browning lsniaklug substantial
Improvements outfit Vinltn Mils.
ltuy fruit tries from M. W. Howsley,
Muskogee. Ho IsstriLtly reliable
Twonty-throo thousand dollars were
paid tho Delaware's, at Chulbca.
Tho concert at tho congrogatlonal
church promises to bo n grand success.
Worcester Academy now has elithty
.pupils, besides those taking lessons in
iiluslc. ' .
Armstrong; Academy, it Is said, Mill
Vo hoon again thu sent ofn Choctaw
V. C. Chambcrlln returned, Mon
day, fiom u visit to Illinois and St.
W. U. l'atton. ono of our solid inor-
' chants, attended tho Dolawuro pay
Worcester Academy Is oerilowlng
vlth pupils, ltoom, more robin is tho
Mrs. Geo. 8. Walker was thrown from
Iter horso, Friday lust, not far from
Mrs. 1 ticker's, nnd seven.') hurt.
Young man, place not jour trust In
.avcnigo politicians. They will lick
salt from what over hand oilers It.
"Drinking uud Gambling" wilfbo dis
coursed upon by rrof. Cuudall, Sunday
uigbt.ut tho Congregational church.
Mr. nnd Mis. llalscll, and Mr. and
Mrs. Goodykoontz and Miss Kunnlo
lllytho returned from St. Louis, Satur-
Vinltn v.itu its uldc-nwiiko business
men and cheap frt-ili.s, sells merchaii
disc lower than any town in the coun
try. Tho census just taken, it is said,
ihuws tt largo increase' in nstivo (,'licr
(ikces sliu-o tho census of 1RS0. Long
llvo "per capita!"
The l.xeolslor Minstrel Troupe linvo
returned to Vinltn, and will givo tho
pcoplo hero sim i iuturcxting outer
tuluinciits dining llu' payliicnt.
'I he bruit St. l.ouls l'alr not only
tiled out its thiitis.in'ls of visitors, but
K)iiii'wliut di'ratigel the arrival of
truins on both lnllio.nln.'
Miss Annie Gray, tho stately Chero
kee beauty, irom thu vicinity ol Chou
teau, is hero visiting her brothers, tho
Tho dllliTPnco between i and 20
couts postage os a singU letter is con
siccrablo In the opinion of thoso who
have paid both.
Itov. Porr man, of tho Creek Nnljon,
reports tho mutrlinonliil markefani
mated nud no Ministerial competitor
to blinro the profits.
Tho payments to the Chcrokces and
Dulnwnres, amotiiitiug to nearly f3M,
COO, ought to iiniko monoy mora 'plen
tiful than before.
lCluvuto tho qualifications of our pri
mary school teachers. Let us have
Kindergarten Instruction in ourschools
Note thu change in tho "ad" of Jno.
W. (Stapler ASon.of Tuhloquah. They
nro otlenug somo raro bargains.
R. T. Herman, tho llvo furnlturo man
of Chotopa, Kas., comes to thu front
with a now ad this weok. Head It and
then call and examlno his stock.
Tho mud and slush in tho swag, in
front ofouroliieo and somo qf our bus
iness houses, calls fordralnngo. Won't
tho city fatliers givo this nulsancu
Capt. Shkiller, Chief of Indian Po
llco, caught ono fellow from the states
with whisky at Chelsea. Ho proved
that ho had bought It, and "gave awny"
tho peddlers, who soon scampered for
parts unknown. Quiet prevailed In
Wo call tho attention of our readers
to tho advertisement of It. L. .Sharp,
Chotopa, Katis., in tlds issuo. llu car
ries tho largest stock of lumber In tho
southwest, nnd Is, therefore, enabled
to oiler his customers special induco
inoutB. Tho western train of tho 10th,
brought in Col. Tuffts, U. B. Agent,
and sou, Council! ltogers, clerk, 6am
Slxkillor, Chief of Police, Jadgo J. 0.
McCoy, of Ooowecscoowoo District
Court, A. II. Norwood, McBarrieklow,
of Coireyvlllo, and a numborof othei'
passengers, from tho payment at Cho
bca, aud otlwr points.
Wo "regret to iioto that tho inuntal
condition of Mr. P. W. Guloger, who
resided near Tahlequah, has becomo
such as to render his removal necesen
ry. IJu Jolt on tho 'Frisco road Tues
day, In cliurtjo of a companion for St.
Louis, io lie placed in a hospital. We
shall rejolco at his recovery and return
to his ullllclcd family.
Mr. W. 0. Urabbo, who lias been in
theolllceof Gcnl, Thomes, Engineer of
tho 8au Francisco ltailroad at this place
for nearly to years, left Thursday last
carrying with him tho respect and klud
1al.es of u largo numborof friends ami
Enirhtn J is about vo got hor fingor
Into Franco-China pic.
St. Louis boat us on our fair but
wo can affonl to wnit.
Wo hopo Col. TttlTts' will Bend a
squad of soldiers to Vlnita during
t'io payment to help us stop tho
(Hvo us a Trado Department at
tho Orphan Asylum, as contem
plated by tho law of its creation.
Every merchants' advertisement
not only benefits hib own business
but that of ovcry other merchant
in tho town
If Vinltil is to bo a great trading
point it must ndvcrtij-o. Just now
before tho payment is the beat time
to do it.
Tho Cherokccs assembled at
Webber's Falls and thc'Delawares
at Cliolsca, to receive their money
Tuesday, must have oxporienccd
much discomfort from jLlto torrents
of rain that full.
Tho genius who will invent a now
titlo for personal address will con
fer a Inslinp favor npon tho toady
ism which has worn threadbare,
General, Colonel, Captain, Honor.
Wo havo never believed that
Franco and China would over fight
but epmehow they arc acting very
much liko it. Frame has so little
navy that wo do uot think sho can
nflbrd to fight bo far from homo.
Ilcforo tho fall rains begin a drain
ought to bo built from Mr Ucatty's
north to the culvert near the engin
com office. It would cost but little
and would save oceans of mud, bo
sides improving thcgoncrnl health.
Douglas Murroll, who was to
havo boon hung at Tahlequah,
Oct. 1, for tho murder of young
Cobb, near Gibson Station, in
1882, received n respite of twenty
days from tho Chief of th Cher
okee Nation, out of deferenco to a
request from the Chief of tho Creek
Nation that more time bo given to
pormit partitions for Exccutivo
Pro. I. N. Cundall, of Worcostor
Academy, delivered the second lec-J
turoofhis courso, Sunday night,
in tho Congcigational church, to n
house well filled, "Tho Glory of
young Manhood," was his subject,
substituted for tho provioubly an
nounced ono of "Drinking and
gambling," which will be in order
next Sunday evening.
Strength is the glory of 'young
men. Its ennobling qualities, car-
ncstncsH, bolf denial, moral courage
and thu practice of thu religion of
tho Bihlo. Illustrious examples of
tho possessors of theso high quali
ties woro presented in forcible
terms 'fi oiii Sacred nnd Profane his
ti r aud from Ancient and Modern
Tho lecturer presented tho dif
ferent spheres of tho sexes and
paidngloying tribute to womanly
These lectures wo repeat, aro of
a high order of merit and our young
pcoplo should regard it as',an unus
ual privilege to attend them.
Viniia is tho headquarters for
tho stock business iu tho Territory.
Wo havo access to Kansas City,
Chicago and St. Louis markets; di
rect telegraphic communication
with the national stock yards at
East St Louis besidoa being tho
meoting placo for tho stock men
from all directions. Somo of our
most prominent stock men havo
their homes hero and inoro aro
Tho Synod of Kansas mot nt Em
poria, the 4th and adjourned tho
sixth inst. Among their proceed
ings, authority was given to orga
nize tho Presbytery of tho Indian
Territory, and Hcv. Jno. Edwards,
of tho Choctaw Mission, appoint
ed to call a meeting for its organ
ization and preach tho opening
Bormon. Tho mooting will prob
ably tako placo tho latter part of
this month at Fort Gibson.
A want long folt among a largo
portion of tho Chorokco pcoplo is
nioro litoraturo in their nativo lan
guago. As tho nation incurred a
largo cxpenso in having now ma
trice cut in order to get typo to
print our now codo of laws, wo hopo
tho National Council will provido
for casting Chorokco typo and placo
it at tho disposal of any news-pap-or
establishment or individual who
may desiro It nt his own cxpenso.
Wo wish to run a Chorokco depart
ment iruthis paper aBsoon as prac
ticable. Uaxlcr Keunlon.
Our townsman, Mr, Win. II.
Foreman, spent Friday and Satur
day at tho Baxter reunion, fighting
his battles over nguin. Ho esti
mates tho crowd assembled at 15,
000, and gives a glowing account of
tho celebration and tho hospitality
enjoyed while thcro. The address
of Judge Perkins ho mentioned in
tho highest t.srms. Tho sham bat
tlo was fought upon tho Ill-starred
field, of Ww jiMwsAcr of Blunt1?
Onr Academy lntcresti.
Prof. Cundall, tho principal of
tho Worcester Academy, lias been
nbsent attending tho meeting of tho
Springfield Association in tho in
terest of tho institution. Ho also
spent a, day at Drury College.
At the Association, ho found
Pastor Scroggs presiding with char
actcristic onso and cfilcicncy.
Prof. C. rcpoVta one item which
will specialy interest our readers.
An appeal was presented from
Missionary Snptn., Drs. Harwood
and Doo urging tho claims of Wor
cester Academy and tho import
ance of erecting new buildings at
once. Tho principal of tho Acado
my addressed tho Association and
was follower? by Dr. Harwood.
Deep interest waa manift tcd in
Tho Association, adopted tho
JUtolved, That wc recognise with
gratitudo the special prosperity
attending tho Indian school al Vi.
nita, Indian Territory, known as
Worcester Academy in tho caro of
thoLadics Socicty.of tlio Congregat
ional Homo Missionary Board.
Jlc8olvcd, That in view of tho im
portance of tho situation nnd tho
numbur'of Indian sludonta ol.' r.
(o bo turned away for lack or ac
commodation, wo second tho urgen1
appeal of Missionary Supts, Doo
and Harwood for aid to meol tho
emergency by tho immediate
erection of ono now and substantial
Resolved, That wo request tho
Indian Church at vlnita, acccpt
ing'tho goncrous offer of Prof. Cun
dall, tho principal of thoAcadoni y
to supply tho mission church grat
uitously, to rclcaso tho Indian mis
sionary Pastor Scroggs, that ho may
at onco secure tho necessary funds,
and that wo earnestly commend
Kov. Scroggs in tho effort to ; all
friends of the Indian in our church
es Wost.a nd East.
Mr. Scroggs is now at tho East
in furthcrenco of this object. Tho
architect of Drury v College recom
mends a three fdory building, with
a mansard, about GO by 85 feet to
nccomniodatc'scvcnty five students
Underlie now management (lie
Institution is overflowing, almost
every day reporting now coiners
and the question is, whnt to do
now, until tho- now building can
Onc.wondcrs at tho cxtravagent,
reckless waste of money in tho pag
eanti and illumination of St Louis
this week. It is a 6mall ostima
tion to Bay the total cost of pageants
illuminations nnd. firewgrks will
exceed MO'l.tKXl and yet who can
condemn tho wacto. It is but a
frantic effort of the world to prove
that it still has joy nnd light and
youth; that its burdens can bo lift
ed, its cares cast aside. But tho
glittering pagent pass houses wlicro
bursting hearts galhcr around tho
death bod to watch tho last strug
gles of a dear ono passing from tho
earth. All tho illuminations of
earth cannot lighten homes which
lack of domestie lovo and trust
has filled with darkness.
In tho weariness and darkness
which comos after a weok of such un
usual pleasuro ono feols more nnd
more tho truth of tho observation
of tho greatest moral philoeophor
of tho race, "All is vanity."
For mattresses go to A. C.
Raymond and Co's.
Go to Vlnita brickyards for good
8 15,G0 When you draw it, go to
Lewis for bargains.
Loads of goads arriving nt
If you want bargains in furnlturo
go to Hormau's, Chetopa, Kansas.
For artistic wall paper go to A.
C. Raymond and Co's.
Dont forgot that Grocn has loads
of goodsfor pale, cheap.
Stop tho cat holes. Window
glass at Raymond & co's.
Examlno thoBo lap robes al
Lively times at Raymond's.
Drop in and sco goods tumblo.
Buy an Indcanola cook Blovo at
Lowis' for 820.00.
Heating stoves, all sires and pric
es, Williams and Lyon, Chetopa.
Blankets and comforts by the
halo at Green's.
Tfnrnoas choapor than tho cheap
est at Lewis'
The popular druggit of tho south
west W. II. Mitcholl Seneca
ir you want n soldloi' ovor-coat
call on Green. A few inoro left
Uot brick of C. W. A. Lynch o
build your houses chimneys and
C, F. Luke boot and shoo maker
at Seneca, Mo., warrants his work
for one year.
If you want Qt0 or 8100 wortn of
goodbgo to Lowis and ask him what
discount ho will givo for tho cash,
Martin rtn Nichols' have a houso
full ufSaddlus and harness anil
tiro uiujiuu-'iuring nioro
Go to Herman's for bargains in
tho furniture lino, Chetopa,
Bain wagons and nil kind of
implement for salo by Williams
and Lyon, Chotopa.
Boots and Shoes made to order
and of best material by C. F Luke,
Jack frost will soon bo hero a
sure euro for samo is Raymond
it co's coal heaters.
Lewis received a stock of 0. G.
Java coffeo before tho volcanic er
uptions in thai illfatcd isle,
GotoW. II. MllchcllV f-Wct,
Mo., For gold rings, gold Brace
lets, gold pens, diugs, notions, toys,
Why buy saddles and hnrncss
away from homo when Martin and
NicholB can supply you with good
goods at bottom prices.
Early breakfast stoves with soap
stone tile lined oven doors, is tho
best bakor in tho world. I Us made
of tho best quality of iron; we guar
antee every stovo. Sold by Wil
liams and Lyon, Chetopa.
Tho Mu3cogeo Nursery will offer
for s.tlo this fall, begining tho first
of November, tho finest stock of
fruit trees it has over grown. All
of the best varieties and at reason
able prices. Send in your orders
early. Prices given on applica
tion G 7.
17,517 ChcrokccH at 81G,50 would
bo worth 8271,078,60 which am
mount Lowis'will givo for tho en
tire nation trado for five years, or
will bo thankful for tho patrouago
of 1,000 wilhoutn premium. Givo
him a call.
Mr. M. UolIoWsloy of tho Mus
cogco nursery, returns 1i5b thanks
to the pcoplo of tho Territory for
their liberal patronago in the past,
and hopes to merit ncontinuanco of
tho same by selling as good trees
and at as low figures as can bo had
iu any g"ood nursery in the states.
Oilro open from 7 o'clock n. in. to
7 p. m. On Sunday from 8 to 0 a. in.
and from 1 to 2 p. in. Tho mall from
tho north and south, by tho Mo. Pa
cific railway, arrives daily and is open
ed by 7 a. m. and closed by 7 p. in. From
tho cost, by st. I.otih A 8an Francisco
railwayarrives dally at 12:.T5 p. nu and
closes at2p. in. From tho '".west, by
tho samo railway, six times a week, nt
7:-t5 a. in. nnd closes nt 2 p. in. The
mall from Vlnita, I. T., to Piuevillo,
Mo., via Echo, Carey's Ferry, South
west City, &c, loaves 8 a. m., Tuesday
and Friday and arrives at G p. m. Mon
day and Thursday. Tho mull from Vl
nita to Baxter Pprlngs, Kas., via Pooler
lCema and Whiting, leaves Friday at 0
a. m. and arrives Saturday by 0 p. m.
Money ordera on any money older
o 111 co in thu United Ht.itcs for nuy sum
not exceeding ono hundred dollars, can
bo obtained it the Viulta post-olllcu
from 8 n. in. and 5 p. in.
Postal notes, payablo to tho bearer,
for any sum from ono cent and less
than five dollars, can also bo obtained
on any mousy order otilco.
Wm. 1 ltosM, Postmaster.
Miss Mamu lions, Astistant.
6UOULD SUBSCRIBE FOE
THE KfiHSAS GSTY
Each Iuub contain! incclally edited
Farm Dupsrlmniit, Th Fml t C!rcl,
Lcttor Box, Herial Btorlta, nnd Illuitra
tlom of current iTnti, betidr tho Uteit
and but Homo MlieclUny, l'rlco Sl.COa
year. I'mtinaitert aro sutborized to ra
ceir auUvrlplIont. Ucnd for premium
Ut THE DAILY TIMES
li tho only Democratic papr wet of St
Louli publlthine the full Western Aiocia
ted ProM Dispatches. Price 710.00 ft year
Mten papora a week.
Addreia, TUF. TIMF-S,
.4-a.MMiM-a vitj, .
D. S. HICKS,
Vinlta, I. T.
Furs and Pecans,
MTJSKOQEB, I. V.
jMS-Buys for cash only, and pays tho
IUt too t.a ht If
iwtrsutxr do toco
Tor ccriltn"B Kftau
Vinita, Htpt. 20,4883
G. H. Warren hai purchased tho
Grand IUver Mills, mouth of Pry
or's crook, and requests tho same
patronago as given to his predeces
sor. The mill will bo run under
tho samo management auo by the
samo miliar as before Thos.
G. II. WAiutr.t,
2tt. Chateau, I. T.
S. J. THOMPSON,
Vlnita, - - - C. N.
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R. M. SWAIN,
No. 1 BRIOK
Vinita 33riok "Y"ai'cl
Apply (0 C. W. A. LYNCH.
. "32" JX. 3Et DDJSS
Bt. Louis, Mo.
The Only Wholesale Yards in Bt.
Louis Acccsiibla by Hail
1. Every railroad entering St. Louis
is directly tributary to theso yards,
2. Texas shippers aiu informed that
connection with theso yaids from tho
Iron Mountain A Southern railroad can
ho made without cost mid with much
less shrinkage than to any other.
3. Theso ynrds havo tho peculiar ad-
timwku in iiuiiiB iocatci on
. x I... i . . .. ...
Ixiuls side of
tho river, from which
thousand m-onlo draw
10UBO III Bt. Ixmts
11ml hIii-cii. Mtli
fyr the home innrket anil eastern slilp
iriuntitre nt nil times represented.
yards hnvo no superior Iu tjio country.
u. iui luiiituiv nun vuiivuiiiuuru iiiubu
lloti'l, tt'k'uraph oiUcen anil other con
1 no tines 01 Birem curs Hpiiroftt'ii
on tht in
veuimiccs furstovkinou on tlipiirumlses
I wcii'.ury utlilTrusoUiur. I
1 . Ba.
their nrnvlBlrm suniilv.
I. Lvery nackini; I
lias a regular liuyor
Buyers of tnttlo. Iinus
New Drna- Store.
Drugs" Patent Medtclnes, Notions, Statiooory, &c &c. Also
A full lino of Cigars, Tobaccos and Confotionsrles.
PRESCRIPTION'S CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED 11Y Dr. DAQRY.
Headquarters of all tho Doctors in Vlnita nt M. FRAZEE'B, Rod
Front, ono door west of 'Frlico Hotel.
Mj. I?RJ33S"E, - - - Vinita, I. T.
-iTiotTiixrroTTtB or. thu-
SENECA ROLLER MILLS,
Highest cash prico paid for ALL GRADES of WHEAT.
Ordcre for FLOUR, 13RAN and 811 IPSTUFFS promptly attended to.
I-Iubov JSfilling Go.
W, I). 1.ITII.K.
W. W. J A It VIS.
LITTLE, JARVIS & CO.
Fon'Tzin "PtmciiiLsn A.trr oax.ii o?
0a-T,!E,XaIII,3ECOCt3 txxc3. ilE3ECX3lUla'1
13 National Stock Yards. East St. Louis,
"LibursJ. Jldvaaooa XJZa.de On Coinsofgaorita.
OT7X30l- P. 3El.ur5LS3BCXJO.
Havinu; just received a largo and comploto stock of goodd for tho
rado Invito every ono to call and cxamino our stock hefdro pur
chasing olsowhero. Goods as represented, nnd satisfaction guaranteed.
Keens constantlv on hand
all kinds of Lumber, Lath.
Shingles, Doors, Sash, Winds'
IF YOUSVMrlTVTO BUY
GIVE HIM A CALL.
f lMANOrAOTt'BICHS or-
vrLcwifjZxnKxjftaBKR!!fr tr 'VBSf'KHPBia-aB'HiiiHiB
Farm ad Mr Tap.
GRAND COMBINATION SALE!
win nn OFKKitKn at ruBuq'sALi: at
KANSAS CITY, MO., HOVEMBER,, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8.
"Dvurlag -bha Ka-aiwa City 7oi-fa fee oil MHew.
This uill he tliO;rnndost oirurinKof Pulled euttlu Hint hns'owr becalmsiki.
In addition to the ptont attractions of the Fnt-Stoik Kliow, tho opportunity of
vlewlnfiin nroecsslon over JWOImpor'tod Pellol cattle wilt hu mcII worth a Jow
n uy neross the continent This nroccs.don ill hu nn the iiichiiIrx of Nov. 1st,
through tho principal streets of tlio city. Tho tests to which these cattU have
been suhjofted hnvo dcinonstrutcl hoyond cpa'stion their adaptability to th
wunts of tho Western cuttle men. This oMvriug ro4isi3tl,i' of bulls, cows, ami
heifers, of breeding at-es, have been persrJiii.Py selected with ureal caro from
the herds of the most famous breeders of theso liuVlv ctdohmUid cattle Insutl
Iand Itcduced furu on nil rilrruiu centering In Khiisivs City. Owners t
A,..'!!. Matthews, Kansss City, Mo. Cludgoll A Mmpmin. IndependentM), M.
ii luru on nu rittirruiM cenicriiig ih khhsivs Ulty. uwnra t
's, Kansss City, Mo. Cludgll A Mmpmin, IudpndHe, M.
io, Cojnptcrn. V. Q., Caii.. Ueary Hrothfr. Mni.ton, Ont.i
t. Leoniird. Kitllue Co., io.. Ktill .V Klliott, JrJtuI'Mo.
W II . A I.., -.1 'HI. I .... U..11.... ... f ' I. ' . I.
i. it. yciirHiiu
f . ... i t, jA-uimiiii
1. 1 ij .iiur, v.iii(-L',-wei i,'. p. iturris. Kansas cit) auctioneers,
jtucs and further inforuiutlon addrens ( ' '
Walter U. Wmkru, S'.-u'y., riaujws t'ity, ,Io,
T. J. lUXUL.
Limo, Hair, Plaster Paris
Will .furnish odd sizes of
Door, Saah and Winds
O fl 00 and Yaid
Opposito National Hotel,
CHETOPA, - KANS.
Lewis & C
- y uztj
ii. .L--iinfiii7iiii uu., jni' i
J. W. Stapler, Son,
Tahloqttalx C T,
Tako plonsuro iu onuoundfig ty
tho puhlio that their u
FALL AND WINTER
STOCK Is now compete Ui all
Its Department'). If you want fair,
square dealing nnd tho full worth
of your monoy call on them.
J. W. STAPLER SON,
Tahlequah, - - - C. tf
Tito Largest and host selected
stock nt Bottom Prices.
Hewing Machines, Organs', Coffins'
and Motnllic cases always
kept iu stock.
SB- -37. 3ECox3oaVtx,
Hotith side of Maple &t.
ClIKTOI'A, - Ka.N9
Diiily Stngo Lino
Muskogee, I.T.,to Ft.Smiih.Ark
EIOllTY.FOUlt MlMiS IX TWEST1
Now conches and good slock. Pis
tnnee, eighty miles; srliedtile time,
twenty-four hours, fnkes closo con
nrction nt Muskogeo with trnlnson thd
Missouri 1'nclflc rnllrond, nnd nt Fort
Bnilth with tho Llttlo Itock A Fort
Hinlth and tho Frisco lines.
M. F. KKXXKDY,
Tho Live Stock Market of St. Louis
THE ST. LOUIS NATIONAL
Looated nt Ecvnt St. IiOuls, ill.
Directly opposito tlio city or St. Louis,
lliiyers for nil description of Hvo stnrJ:
nlMnys In nttcmliuirc, nnd within tho
grounds of tho Htock ynrdi nro a hoof
cnnnitix eompnuy. with a capacity for
slaiiirhtcrlnc 1,(K)0 heiul of cnttlo dally,
and (Mirk piii-knnr estuhllshments wff li
a rapacity for slnughtcriiii; IL',000 hogs
ISAAC If. KNOX, President.
Oiiah. T.JoxiM, Knpcrintundntit. 'i
Oliver E. Hihdes, r-
'Muntifauturer of nud Dollar In
IIAHNESS, 8AUI)Li;8, COI.I.AIIH,
l)HII)LrS, WHIPH, COMllP.
UIIU8IIKM i:tc, lite.
Repairing ncately done. All work '
warranted. St. Lnuiajpricui' dupli
cated. Orders from a dlBtanco
filled on short noticof
THXAS B.Vni)I.i A 8rKl.-lAT.TV4.
Oivo us a call hcfiiro you
J.T. liohcrts, of Dallas, Tex., tn charge.
Mtwl.t-gee, - - 4 Ind. Ter.
C. MrKoys & Go-
Commission and -
OIllco Kos. and 10 IvTchnno I)niWiBK
st. louis nationaij stook;
ST. CLAIR COUNTY, ILLS.
And everything utlly kyt ia
a veil aseortoA store. I wall law
at the lowest far aath. Call and
Me mo a& prie ay go4.
Strcfur miles cesI of CN
liaU, mouth af Prywr's Crwt.
Ilest eclcctovl Pttiek ofv ttcrie'l
Mert-haudiso in tho Chwokw N
tioti. Goods spld for ctujh or IH ?4'h.t
alent, (loodfl out of hQulfjon ttld at cot.
No troublO to -ahow goods, J
Now goods ovpry Wucfc.
Dooit ferry always rumunjt o Orud(
lllver durm hiyk waUr. fjawtomw
Will tie rtnckof juiy kiBdL'Wwrt
Uidttst Fun, Yecdm. Kg-'.
tbttBtf? for $aAt.
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vetr mat i maaa xj
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