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VIMTA, I. T. OCT. 20, KS.
'rlio Sail FranclBeo loWl Is doing n
A nind dog
kcnrc Is ruimrtfNl from
Hevernl rnttlo litiyora wore in town
i during tho past veck.
There 1 contlJembli'slcknoe In the
I Tlvlnitx of till llitco.
A bunch of cntllo from Texas wait
brought hero limttvcok.
Urmihcerfontho Western liranch of
tho Frltco ruUvr.iy Is Increasing.
Tho repair of tho.'cronslng of tho
Kriseo wad, near tho Knglncers oflleo,
Quito n uumhor of our citizens at
tonded tho races at Independence,
Knnt.fl, Iftht week.
A hfcrd of nearly 100 Texas ponies
him been held on tho prolrio oast of
i town tho past week.
In localities heyoud tho Kansas bor
dor corn la reported to bo selling nt
twenty cents per bushel.
Quail and pralrio chickens tiro com
inn to this market In abundance.
Dcr is likewise plontlfnl.
Tlie "payment" was suspended Tnes
day afternoon and the overplus Monoy
deposited in a place of security.
Tho reported approaching marriaRO
ot;flon. I). W. Hufihyhead, will be the
event of tho season in social circles.
Wider and lonftorj steps nt tho west
' 'ind of tho Frisco station platform Is nn
.m rnvempnt f bo desired.
Di..i't fll to iad tho now adver-
mt.iionle. Thwi read all the adver
Hricnacntr, new and old, and profit
Tho demand for h lnrtfe and commod
ious botol at this point Is growing loud
or. True, all our hotels nto woll kept,
but the increased patronajje calls for
Wo hoar that there will bu quite n
contintovertha olllei?'.hich theOun-
; ell will havo to bestow nt its coming
Tho crowd of peoplo brought togoth-
cr here "by tho payment liavo folded
their tents and (rone away, but Vinita
retains an aotlvo trade.
The time of the departure of tho pas.
Heiijrtr and mall train going cast
' over the Frisco road, has been ehnng-
fod from 2:25 to S;05 p. in., n half hour
later than heretofore.
Mr Zcrbonl has taken tho place
of Mr. biuclnlr as postnl clerk between
l'ulrco City and Vititta durliig his India
poilllou, and performed his duties
with urbanity and despatch.
Tho flno building of w7c 1'atton is
mmritig completion. Th Interior is
bolng flulHlicd up. When completed
the building will bo one of tho lurgcbt
and best In tho Territory.
AxoTnnn.Ktas, Tho knowing ones
Bay that tho long white strands of tho
web of tho "Spanish spider" seen float
lug over the prairie ro abundantly, is a
aure sign of n jevcro winter. Wo shall
'Kld" Waller, tfmliM been herding
cattlo for U. II. 15rain, near tlila phu-o
dunng.tho past auininer, Is quite kick
ut tho fc'un Francisco Hotel, Ilia din
iiase Is malarial fever.
1 B. Sinclair, tho ever genial and
toftrtcous pontal agent lu'tweeu l'eirce
Olty mid Vluita, wtio had to luy ofl'n
fawdhys last Meek on account of perso
nal indisposition, isug.tiii nt his post.
jllon. J. G. Scrimpsher, "f Calaosrt,
.has so far recovered from tho painful
wound that ho received some tlmo ago
from nn accidental shot, as to bo able
to get about hia place by tho use of
lluslneks mon will plcuBO bear in
mind that wo do nil kltida of job print
lug, nt the lowctit thing prices, and
thatordcra furauch will bo thankfully
received and piomptly executed.
Mr. Wm. Littlo hns commenced the
( erection of a flno residence, opposite
tho dwelling of lit. Frnrec: The main
building is 32x10 with n wing 20x10,
nnd tl(o Iioubo when completed will bo
or. oof the cosiest in Vinita.
Tho pay car on tho Mo. l'aclflc R. It.
reached Vinita Wednesday nt 10 o'-
clock a. m. Tho distributions made by j
it to employes of the railway, weru us
acceptable ns tho recent payment to
f ho ChcrofcccH.
Tho radio for it shot-gun, Inaugurat
ed by Mrr Goodykoontz, toolf placohist
week. There were about twu'uty chanc
es ut $1 each. Tho weapon was a lino
doubl6-bnrrelcd hhot-giin. G. H. Ily
rum nud Dr. Davis wens tho n tuners.
Tho OiiurrAiN ofllce Is now prepared
to execute all claatea of job printing,
Wo have tiew'prossea nnd latent styles
of typo nnd can turn ont any quality or
quautlty of work desired. Give us a
'call and bo convinced.
Koto tho change in tho "ad" of I), W.
, I.ipe, ofOowala! Ifo Is carrjing a
fnrgo and vuried nsuortineut of general
t inercliUndlse, which ho will sell as
Ciioup as uuy liouo in tho Torrltary,
Give htm a cull hoforo purchasing olso-
It. L. Nicholson, a Ghorokco by blood
tut i rosldent of Uosquo county, Tex.,
Who reccutly lost twonly-tlireo head of
horses nnd mules, shortly after his ar
rival uith tlfcm here, has recovorcd all
but one or two of thorn.
Sunday morning, n littlo beforo day
light, n shot was ilrod into tho hriuso
of Jmlgo Geo. W. tVruper, westci'tlio
Academy, which might have proved
fatal to his life. The bull entered n
window near which tho Judge nud his
wife were sleeping nnd passed oer
i heir heads, so i.bnr that two inches or
dohwor, It would havo ttruek him in
tho temple. Jt is not known that
Judgo Scraper hns nn wiomy in the
country, much lojjs one who would
beck his life by Assassination, and it is
6itppoiod that tho shot was' (I red nt
random by aamo druu V-iu fellow, who
took that method of displaying his
neroisnu Th" compan.onshlp between
fools and tevolvera la n dniigoVoiis-one,
and shen'd hr dMhel
Tho ten year old daughter of M. M.
filicelinn met with n painful accident
PuiHay last, fho wna out riding whim
the saddle turned, throning heron the
ground nnd fracturing ono of her
Itev.J.W. ecroggn, asaoclato editor
oftheCiiiETis, wo nro gratified to
state, la improving In health. Address
M Congregational House, Boston,
At about 3 o'clock' yoday morn
ing, James, n carpenter well known in
this place, was uhi nnd killed nt Ca
toosa by n stockman namod Cleveland,
The quarrel originated over a gamo of
Tho meeting or tho Proshyterlan
ministers for tho purpose of orgnnlrlng
tho Presbytery of tho Indian
Torrltory, takes plnca nt Fort Glb
fcou tho 31st lust. The l'rcsbrlery will
includo that portion of tho Territory
east of the meridian of Arknnans City,
Kas., projected south.
Wo understand that about 700 por
sons have not yot drawn tliolr per cap
ita. They live in diflarcnt pnrtsof thn
nntioo.'nnd were unablo from various
causes to nttend the payment nt this
or other points. They will bu paid ut
The remainder of tho sum of money
comprising the fund for tho payment
of tho per capita was something over
f.10,000. Tho money has been placed
in tho treasury nt Tnlcqunh, and will
be paid to those legally entitled to it
when applied for.
Tho rafllelornhorpo last week result
ed in the animal falling to Capt. Skin
ner and lion. Clem Kogers. The radio
waa conducted by means of dice, tho
highest throw winning. The highest
number thrown was forty-six, and
Mesers. Hkinnor and Ilogers bought
this chanco nnd won tho horso. Ono
man threw forty-ono and auothcr43.
Treasurer I.lpo closed Ids payments
at this place Inst Tuesday, tho-2.1 inst.
Tho general good ordor which prevail
ed it worthy of special note and com
mendation, A gentleman from an ad
joining atato declared that It was re
markable when so many pooplc wero
thrown togethor under circumstance
rendered unpleasant by tho bad wen
thoi, nud that a like CKf-embhigo In bin
statu would have been productive of a
dozen doggnry fights.
Huuday last, just an tho cars were
coming down tho Mo. PaclAe It. 11., a
man named William Toun.int, n resi
dent of Maysville, Mo., had n fainting
(It nnd fell near the track. Ho was
struck by tho cars and badly bruised,
n largo ga.h belug cut In lit. bead and
tho flesh torn from his face. Ho es
caped from death almost by n miracle.
His wounds wero drest-cd nud at last
accounts ho waa rapidly recovering.
A. C. Raymond & Co. have their rs
tabliHhmunt tilled to overflowing with
every Imaginable article In the wnyof
hardware, furniture, etc-, and carrying
as they do tho largest ntock to be
found iu tho Torrltory, they arc en
abled to give their customers some ex
cellent hargnlriH. Call and see tliein.
Moro recruits for Fort Smith. Tom
White, Earnest Lewis and Dunham,
nil whiles, wero arrested tho 24th Innl.,
by Went Martin, posseo for Dopuly U,
3. Marshal Marks, charged with introt
ducing and vending intoxicating liq
uors against tho law of tho IT. 8. in
such case made and provided. It U
stated that they plied the trade during
the payment. A five gallon keg near
ly emptied of its contents was found
hidden in Hull Creek. They will pro
ceed to Ft. Smith nnd swell tho num
ber of tho Hiixlofltf company nwnfting
trial at tho bHr of Judge Parker.
Wo bad a ple.inant call from our
young countryman, Mr. J. II. Gibson,
who teaches apnlir school called
Olympus, tlvo miles cast of Caroy'a Fer
ry. Tho pupils or tho school and vi
cinity have orpaulzed a debating society
for mutual improvement composed of
about twenty members with tho fol
T. 8. Rcmson, President; J. n. Gib
son, Vico President; J. E. llutlor, Sec
retary; Jos. D.ivls Corresponding Sec
rotary; J. p. nutler.Tri-nsurer.
Tho school hna ubout -1 members.
Thcru ia ulsoa Sunday School of about
forty attciiduutauiid tho Rov. Mr. Ho
gun of the Baptist Church preaches for
them overy third Sabbath iu each
Worcciter Academy Xofce.
HtudenU cantlnuu to increase at the
Academy, but whoro they find placos
for boanllngis ditlicult to determine.
Tha music department is overcrowd
ed beyond the capacity of tho instru
ments iu use. The Hoard would bo
glad to see ita way clear to procure au
additional piano. It ia hoped that iu
someway this want can he supplied.
Students who como from abroad aud
tnko music, genorally represent an ele
ment of refinement aud taste, which,
iu ita general influence In a school or in
a community, is epeclnl objesl to re
tain; and such studuuta must bo accom
modated in some way If wo expect to
innko the school what wo are deter
mined to uiaUelt, the host possible; of
tho firut chis iu everything which it
Thq leotfiro of Prof. Cumlall at
the Congregational cnurch last
Sunday- ovemng wifs largely at
tended. " Tho subject was: "Bad
Hooks nnd And Company ." The
Prof, roviowed tho pernicious cf
fcols of tho various vices of tho
proeetrt day in a masterly niannoV.
llo Bpoko of tho influenco of homo
upon early youth, and delineated
tho gradual descent from innocence
to vico by a series of interesting
comparisons. Tho incident in tho
lifo of Mnhomot, who partook of
poisonod moat, and who, wliilo es
caping fatal consequences, yut felt
tho'cllccts of tho subtle poison of on
upon his donih bed, wag used to il
lustrate tho Inlluonce of vico upon
those over whom it uad obtained
tho slightest control. The speaker
dwelt npon tho importance of tho
youiVg keeping aloof from uvil com
connmnions; ho referred to tho
flood of bad books and nowspapors
and Urged that nftor tho Uiblo wo
should fend only tho best works,
and surround Miwlvcs with such
influences if would destroy or
avert vico and riske ur Ih c jnro
Po order your llfo as not to fill
out with yourself, for rocondlia
tion is dilhctilt
I.nst week thore was a chnngo in
the nianngemcnt of tho SanFran
Cisco JTutol. Tho now proprietor
is Mr. T. 1). Ross, who brings to
thomnnngctnent wido oxperionco
and good executive ability. Mr.
Koas intends thoroughly renovating
tho hotel and will refit and roftir
nish It throughout and will muko
it thobestJioUil in tho Indian Na
tion. Tho tables will ho supplied
with tho bent tho nmkot afford,
and no moans will be spared to
make their guests comfortable.
Tho CniRPTAiN bespeaks for tho
now management a .wide mensur
A man who picks up the Cirlw
T.ujf and sees plenty of store ad
vertising thoir business thinks,.
"Good many stores at Vinit.';
plenty of competition; variety of
goods. I'll go there to trndo."
But if ho boob but few advertise
ments he thinks, "Fow storoB; lit
tlo competition; guess I'll go to a
largor place." A man boos the
business of a town by looking thto'
tho newspaper bettor tliHii ho run
by walking through tho town.
Hundreds judge tho town by its
newspaper where ono walks over
it. The ttiiiiding of a town de
pends on its paper. Business men,
every word of this is solid truth.
Tun Ottawa Indians. John.
V. Early, Chief of tho Ottawa In-
diaus passed through Vinita, Wed
nesday en route, to tho Huo nnd
Fox Agoncy, Mr. Early is leu
than fifty years of ago, waa bo rn in
tho slate of Ohio .and came with
his people from Kansas to tho In
dian Territory in 1870. Chief Ear
ly is a fine specimen of a man and
carries a vigorous mind in a largo
and healthy body. Ho informs u
that his people nuinbur about 110
souls and have a reservation of
something less than fifteen thous
and acres of desirablo land lying
north of tho Neosho river and
houth of tho reservations of tho Po
orias and Quapaws. Thoy have
thirty-five children ultonding tho
Quupaw mission sohoul under tho
Kuporintondency of Mr. Whiting,
who nro woll eared for, tho school
being well conducted in all re
spects. Tho Oltawna cultivnto a fair
share of their reservation, partly
themselves and by rontors and
havo leased for live years five
thousand acres for grazing purpos
es to a company of stockmen for
which thoy are paid twelve and a
half cento per acre pur annum.
The proceeds arc applied to the
bcnoiilof the tribe and is thoir on
ly source of income as they rocoivc
no uuuuilios from tho government.
Mr. Early rc-irds tho condition of
his peoplo as hopeful for tho fu
"turc. A man and woman, ngod respect
ively 70 and 7-1, passed througlu
thn plaeo Tuesday last. Upon
being interviewed by the Chisftain
reporter they gave wune inlerestin
facts concerning thomsolves.
Their names wero David A. and
Susan Kemp. Tho former was
born in Pennsylvania in 1807; the
lady was born in 1801), is a native
of Pennsylvania aud was married
to Mr. Kemp in 182f. Sho was tho
mother,' of twelve children, only
fivo of whom aro now living.
Somo years since Mr. aud Mrs.
Kemp left Pennsylvania and went
to Do Witt county, Toxas, making
their homo with a married daugh
ter. At this tirno thoy wore on
their way to visit some of their
children who live in Now York and
Pennsylvania, whoro thoy will re
main daring tho winter, roturning
to Texas in tho spring. Both wero
in good health, with every faculty
unimpaired and with every indi
cation that their lives would be ex
tended to tho uttermost limit. Mr.
Koinp said that ho belonged to a
long-lived family, his grandfather
having died in his 08th year, and
his father havinglivod to reach 101
yoars. Ills brother is also Bring
nnd is two yours hit uonior, being
National Stork lard.
St. Louis, Oct., 23d, 18S3.
Our market opens ten c.onta
strongor on hogs with prospects of
a stoadv market for tho week.
Tho packing season is now at
hand and ono of our largo packers
pioposos to commonco operations
this week, and tho other will fol
low milt soon aftor. It is thought
that hogs will go lower but wo
think they aro now closo if not at
bottom pricos. Tho cattlo market
opens slow with nor flattering pros
pect to those who bold for higher
prices. Wo believe iu shipping
without delay all good grass oattlo.
A groat many cattlo will bo fed rho
coming winter and wo beliovo Do
ccmbor, January and Fcbiuary
will bo tho best months iu v Inch
to markot those that aro fod t.irly.
Ttioro will bo a great many fcl for
a lato market. North Missouri is
short of torri and less cattlo will bo
shipped from that suction than
usual It seems that fanue a in
tho Nation wtvi feed ac.irloa-' and
lupwrirl t;n make ,;0'3dinoJ y Ux
the operation. If tho Cinr.rrAi.v
would advocate tho feeding only a.
few hend to supply homo markets
aud soil to the shipper, it would
only add that much moro to tho
wealth na well ns tho capacity of
the Torritory, giving it n prestige
for tho future. Agriculture is tho
woalth of a nation and combined
with stock raising will makp your
peoplo prosperous and indepen
Tho Constitution of tho United
Stales declares that no "person
shall ho subject for the same oflenoo
to bo twico put in jeopardy of lifo
The law Rogulatimj Trado nnd
Intercourse with tho Indians pro
vidos that tho laws providing for
tho punishment of crimes-in the
Indian Country shall not bo con
Btruod to extend to crimes com
mitted by one Indian against tho
porson or property of nnother In
dian, nor to any Indian commit
ting any oflougo in tho Indian
Country who has boon punished
by the local laws of the Tribo or
to any case, whoioby troaty stipu
lations, the exclusive jurisdiction
over such ofl'onso is or may bo se
cured to tho Indian Tribes re
spectively. The local law of tho Tribe mny
finally punish an offense to tho ox
tent of consigning tho perpetrator
to prison or to tho gallows, and
that iu tho end of tho caso. But if
tho samo jury wore to acquit him
ho could again bo placod in jeop
ardy of lifo orlimb by trial before
tho District Court of tho United
States. Indeed such has been tho
caso. finch proceeding strikes the
common mind as clearly violative of
ll.o letter nnd spirit of tho Constitu
tion quoted above, however much
in accordance with tho law. Yot
to test it boforo the Supremo Court
of tho Unitod States would involve
a degreo of expense that but few
individuals would bo ablo or willing
A few moro'eaddlcs loft at
tin fc Nichols.
If you want a goodand ohcap sot
of harness go to Martin it Nichols.
Martin & Nichols sold Joo'Hog
ora an eighteen dollar saddlo to
put on a S12.f)0 hor-e, Monday.
Blankets and comforts by
bale at Green's.
(io to Bold. "Ironsides for
aad cheap groceries.
Queonsware, (Haas ware,
waro and Hardware et Bobt.
Bobt. Ironsides still at tho front
with a splendid lot of heating and
cook stoves which ho will sell at
AH goods fresh and of tho boat
quality at tho ''Old Boliable" gro
eery house of O. C. Ironsinoa.
Go to C. C. Ironsides for the
froshost, neatest and cheapest gro
coiies. C. C. Ironsides lias rearranged
his entiro stock since the payment.
Neatest stock of groceries iu thu
$ l.r,50 When you draw it, go to
Lewis for bargains.
Heating stoves, all tizos and pric
es, Williams and Lyon, Chclopa.
If you want bargains in furniture
go to Herman's, Chetopn, Kansas.
Donl forgot tlmt Green has loads
of goodsfor sale, cheap.
Buvan Indeanolacook stovo at
Lewi's' for 820.00.
Harness cheaper than tho cheap-
,cst at Lewis'
' If you want 850 or 8100 wortn of
goods go to Lowib and ask nun what
discount ho will givo for the cash.
Go to Horman's for bargains in
tho furniture lino, Chotopa,
Bain wagons and all kind of
implements for salo by Williams
and Lyoi, Chotopa.
Bootsand Shoes mado to orcbr
and of boat material by C. V Luko,-
Lewis received a stock of 0. G.
Java coffee boforo tho volcanic er
uptions in that illfatcd isle.
GotoW. H. Mitchell's Seneca,
Mo., For'gold rings, gold Braco
lets, gold pons, drugs, notions, toys,
Early breakfast stoves with soap
etono tile lined oven doors, Is tho
best baker in tho world. It is mado
of tho best quality of iron; wo guar
antee ovory stovo. Sold by Wil
liams and Lyon, Chotopa'.
Tho Muscogco Nursory will offer
for salo this fall.begining tho first
of November, tho finest stock of
fruit trees it ha over grown. All
of tho boat variotios and at reason
able priccB. Send In your orders
early. Prices" given on applica
tion 5 7.
17,547 Chcrokecs at 815,50 would
bo worth 8271,078,50 which am
niount'Lowis will givo for tho en
tire nation trade for fivo years, or
will bo thnnvful for tho patronage
of 1,000 without a premium. Givo
him a call,
Olfver E. Hindos,
Manufacturer of mid Dealer In
HAItNKvSS, SADDLES, COl.I.AKH,
llItlDLKii, WHIPS, COMUH.
llltUSHKH Ktc, Ktc.
Repairing neatcly dono. All work
warranted. St. Louislprices dupli
cated. Ordors from a distance
filled on short notion.
TEXAS SAl)t)t.M A SPKOUIm
Oivo us a call boforo you
J. T. Ttoherts, of Dallas, Tox.Jn charge",
Muskogee, - - - lnd. Tor.
C. H. Koys & Co.
Office Noi. and 10 Kxehnngo lluildlng,
ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK
st. clair County, ills.
And everything nmallj kopt In
a well asaortcd atoro. I soli low
as the lowest for cash. Call nnd
seo me and prico my goods.
CI-V REMORHJ, I.T.
New Drug Store.
Drugs, Patent Kiedtcines, Motions, Statiooory, &c &c. Also
A full lino of Cigars, Tobaccos and Confetioneries.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED BY Dr. RAGBY.
Headquarters of nil tho Doctors in Viiiitn nt M. FRAZEE'S, Rod
Front, ono door west of 'Frisco HotoT.
M. IPKZTiE, - - - Vinita, I. T.
SENECA ROLLER MILLS,
HifihoHt ensh jirico pnid for ALL GRADES of WHEAT.
Orders for FLOUR, BRAN and SIIIPSTUFFS promptly attended to.
I-Itibor Milling Co.
tt7"32o. 3F". :o.siv.iccns
"SCCtlXl O CfUL-VL-
Having just reeeivod a Inrgo and comploto fitouk of gooda for tho
it every ono to call and oxaniino our (dock boforo pur
chasing cleowhoro. Gooda as represented, and eatisfaction guaranteed.
Keeps constantly on hand
all kinds of Lambor, Lath,
IF YOUWANT TO BUY
Lumber OI-IIC AJP
GIVE HIM A CALL.
GRAND COMBINATION SALE
'G&Ziz&iffeiXTZ sjvyi viMfiSffrSini
fu., iib orrBitEn at;- rcm-ic bi,i: a
KANSAS CITY, HO., N0VEBEn2, 3, 5, G, 7 and 8.
n.i.t ..111 1... .t. ...1, ..,r.l.. ..r ll..!f.l An,lvll. I... a' A.n ItAnWirtflln
1 HIP 111 IIU IIIU X(II14UBI- IIIIUKll U lUUnUJHUU(,llil. III." viv. iivwh ...... ..w.
In niltli'lon to tliacruatattriictlonH of tho Fat-Stock Hliow. tho opportiinHr of
vluwlnc in iiroccsitloii over 1500 Imported f olk'd pnttlo will do well world a Jour-
throiiKd tho principal strocUciftlio city. The tera to which thcuo rattle linvo
beer, midjcvtcil havo doinonntratcil lioydnilnuontloii their nilaptHbillty t tho
wunUof llio Western cattle nun. Tlilir uttering roimlutliiK' of biilln, cow, and
helferB, of brectlini! aH, luivo boon perotilly nulectvd with aruat enra from
!nd, Itwhxceil fnro on all railroad cerrterin In hniinag Uit y Owners :
A.!. Malthcwn. Knnsan Clt Mo: OU'loll k KlmpROiu Inrlepenileucn, Mo
f tl ,.,.!.. .., iA....k..i 1) i 1.. r:ituvi Urn littru I ltiftftn Mill
tnii ir nn ii him i
We are now carrying one the largest stocks of
Consisting of dry goods, clothing, hats, caps, boots,
shoes, groceries, harness, saddles, &c, &c, ever
brought to the Territory, which we are selling
at the very lowest possible profit.
OAX:L JSJX1D 2XA.MIIsrL OUJX STOCK 03? OOOX)B
Will pay the highest markot prico for Produoo In Exchango for geod.-
3r 3E3C. IL:Er7C7'XS.
P. O., Ohoteau, - - Ind. Teiv
Supt. tfc Soc'y.
Liino. Hair, Plaster Paris.
Will furnish odd sizes of
Door, Sash and lUinuw
as Cheap as anyboby
Oflico and Yard
OpposJLto National Hotel,
CHET0PA, - KANS.
C. Wvi-dgiv Bcc''i lnkau Cfty, Mo,
. Arr ,
Four Miles East of Ohoteau..
n i iimi i 1 1 1 mini n i iiini . n n
vr. i). ntTi.n.
V. V. JAIIV1K.
LITTLE, JARVi & CO.
ron tux: irics-Aan astd 'OJU-rs or
o3L,a?c27ai3,': noas. exnea. stitief.
13 National Slock Yards, East St, Louisr
Xdiborol Ji.dvi iioon -atlif On Gon!yUBM.4K3.
Mitchell, Lewis & C
Racine, - - - Wi&
MANcr.M7rrnBns or i
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Fai ai-Sjiii lapis,
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Will sell goods for Casli, as cHeitp
as any house in the Territory.
Call and Examine my Stock.
' T. D. KOSS? Proprififor
I havo recently taken qharg'o ofthl Hnuso, and havo put iC
in FIRST-G'LAHS Shape for tho Accpmmodattwi of iho
Traveling Public. I set as j:ood tables as any House
in tho Southwest. Mcals4to Citizens, Qfj Cents.
When in the City! Stop at The Triico!
E. M. SWAIF,
Hnrncsa, Buddies, Whips and Col
lars. All our goods nro mado of
tho best material rtnd will bo sold
for loss monoy than cau bo bought
All worit varranted togivoPitist
faction. Shop oppoaltc. "Frisco
Hunso," All or'dera protnptljf at
Uonnlrlui? dono with neatness'
m iW -r BK'
i "'! ia Viiii i mi 1 1 it ! ) m -Ti -jjitgjjMiMPi tj
T. J. DASIItt,
wIbttm I ntm i Lam 1
St. Louis, Mo.
The. Only Whelwwk YanU tV to?
Lenli AeMlbla Vy JUil
1. ICvcry rnllrowl onkrliHf 8i. totitti
Is directly tiibutary to th yurti.
2. Toxbh dhlppcrii aie inforiuM tht
connei'tlon with tlwuo yawta friwx'Ui.
lion .Mountain Southern rallriwd ww.
Jw mntlo wlthont cost and with much
ICH8 slirlnlcnt'D thnp to y oMr.
3. 'fhcwvvardH havo tbeiU-r p
vnnlm'ci nf belriff locan H&UKt'nU"
Iul 'ida of tdo rivb IMIL wWcW
llvo huiidreil tlioud '
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. ivrj I'ihmik mwvimni""""
uiiin ctutiomnl hern.
aim qre, mnn
fur thu homo iuaket and kt?r Wi-'
niiint. am t nil luMt rVDh'itfUtod.
,V Vor cowyt ind vxntTeHlritco thoW
vimln have o mpttlor in (h cowitr.
Yh O It cert of trtt eta uppromrh her,'
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