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10 OHIEFTA EN
81.60 PBK YEAH,
flN'ITA, I. T. NOV 23
kvy raitl i cunesuHy jurenuuii.
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Trott untlclpatcs tartlng n
- ynrd In VlntU in a slioit time
p" Brown ha moved hU barber
e door west oi J -M l Ut 108 bu
n Iluttorth Una bought tlio ranch
Win. M Caldwell, near Vlnltn,
till go Into the ihcep burilnesft.
Dr. Hill, of Kansas City, nmdc
Ji to Talilequah thin week lit the
3 fit or the Presbyterian church of
JwrcotionduntM whose comiuanicii
53 appear In the Ciiikktmj; uxprcsn
wr own Wows mid not In all canes
SSif of the editors.
The t'lcctloi' for mayor nud aldermen
Lthit tonnof Vlulta for the unimlng
g wilt be held the ilrst Monday In
feinbcr tlio 3rd.
SSwcta MIcco will bs the next AhhIb
ot'Ohlefof the Creek Nation, a no
Mtlon has been rulscu us to the le;id-
'Jl V. 1.. Austin, who has just vis-
jajSlmvriicatonn and the Sac and Fox
'ejicy, reports everything quiet In
tlfl.l fl till UllmtlMl) ItW lAnnltflna
The father of the luto Htinh Carrola
asln Vlnlta last week and removed
s fraud children to his homo at Ku-
kn tjprlngs, Ark.
Ladles of tho Presbyterian church at
Sit a have formed tin association to
Se means to furnish tho church, and
fmukiug pruparatloun for a fair in
1), V. I.tpo, treasurer, whoso ofllci.il
irm of four years oApired on tho 22nd
'st'., has been a competent and faith
fjlllcor, In an important and redou
cketn must be shown by passengers
Uho 1'ilsoo road before attempting to
tnird tho trains at Vinlta or they will
ITtt nn iiisurinouutablo obstaclo in
fie person of sturdy Lon.
iTlu; last Adocato, contains
ae'annuul report of D. W. IJpu, treas
Kr of tlio Nation. Wo would liko to
lanSfor It to 6'ur columns, but cannot
oso at present.
Deer, ducks, quails, chickens, squlr
Ids) rabbits and wild turkoys are
Tjuht and shipped almost dally from
(inlta to tickle tho palatos of the good
t vers of 8t. Louis.
(Johnson Jack, who wan wounded at
he"tlme Marshal Beck and h'.s posse
rery killed in IUiuoIs district in tho ar
J7tof Bark on a charge of selling
jrlTUky, died Tuesday of last week froui
i w'uund, In the Fort Smith jail.
fNomiuatfonH wore made at a eon
Antion held Tuesday evening lust for
orporutlou otticrrx, as follows: For
Jfjror W. I.. Tfftt and W. II. Draw;
iiiTreuialndcr of the town for nlderiuon
'Wh Creek Council niut on the 20th
tpkmulgee, and will hold until Dec,
Uv hn it will ctplro by limitation,
ud the muiiibirs-clcct will take their
e3u. The present Counclf will deter
f!r, wo are informed, who will be tlfe'
Jr. M. 1'. Hiiiues iIIIm
fib drug store of W. ('.
tho plan1 In
, "ifi both proserin' for the allliele.r
i nil rarfitllr prepare thu picpcriptiuus
ifother pliynlelaiiK an well at his own.
jgV, L. I'avis and James Benguhao
icZi arrested by V. S. Marslial J. 0.
Wjlksraon nud will bo taken to Fort
fioith, where tho clrcumstnucew nt
nUiug thu unintentional killing of
llugh CArroll w ill undergo invcstlga
Cloul flio new atandard time by which tho
L io.i I trains havo been runntiig slnco
'clock a. m. oftho 18th lust., is nine
Mutes faster than Jefferson City
, bj which they woro formerly gov
arntd. Set forward your clocks and
fra5tho3, and lot us havo.unlform tluio.'
lr T. A. Olarlda, of Texas, had u
new suit of clothos, which lie recently
jyijil $8.00 for, stolen out of his room
.UUicSauYruncigco Hotel last Monday,
i Jolliers a liberal row aril for the return
(Jflliii clothes to the Friuco hotel, or for
thn apprehension ot tlio thief. Kco
tha your doors aro securely bolted.
Qtichard M. Mathcs, who has beou in
thfirgo of tho drug store of W. C Pat-
ton fi Co. for two years, loft with his
"family for Carthago, Mo., last week.
ij(f- M. is a competent and reliable,
(jfugglst, and leaves with tho rcLpcct
anil best wishes of the community.
tny ono wishing to buy a small farrn
IMo well to look at tho farm of J. V.
tchfield, advertised for salo in tho
CSuftain. It is in ono of tlio best agri
cultural and stock growing sections of
jhc country and can bo bought for less
than ouo half the cost of tho improve
ments j0tev. J. W. Scroggs is actively engag
ed in pursuing the object of his visit to
Nw England, ami hopes in a short
,tlme to havo means to erect ono or two
Jwlldlngs for boarding liousos in con
Wetlon with Worcostor academy. The
.lioalth of Mr. S. and family was im
proving. JPJBy on oversight of tho compositor,
to concluding sentonco of Chief
Rushyhcad'a meHaago was omitted in
ajar hist issuo. A brief notlco of tho
message was also loft out in making up
tho form hero, Wo may refer to somo
fits more Important features here
after. pMr. 8. A. Courtney has been appoint-
tjd road master on the Missouri Pacific
lijjpad, and win bo stationed at Vinlta,
.; hire ho will locate his famllv. Mr.
JSif. .is a civil engineer, and has boon
nnectod wilh railroads for a number
f voars, and is doubtloss well nuall.
flrl to dlwharge in a satisfactory man
sor tho duties of his position.
Itov. E.It. Khapard, presidlna elder
I this district, will bo presont at tho
iuartcrly meetinz. and nraach in thn
Iothodist church at this place Satur
day and Sunday next. Mr. Shapard Is
.woil known as a scholarly and eloquent
4iviiie. and has for several vnam linn
Superintendent of Now UopoFcraiutr,
The CmrrtiiK Publishing Company
have moved their olllco and fixtures
Into their now building since their last
lusue. They are now permanently lo
cated, and hopo to be ablo to meet
promptly ami In a satisfactory manner
all demands of their rapidly Increasing
business. Their new building is on tho
south side of Illlnoii avenue, first
houso west of lUchanl Fields store,
whero they will bo pleased to meet old
friends and acquaintances, and to form
The murder of James at Catoosa, mid
tho killing of Hush Carroll at this
place, recorded In the hut and the pro
ceeding number of the Ciiikftaix, by
nlilLli several children wero left .r
phans, furnish arguments against
dritiKiug and gambling too strong to
be resisted by rational and rellcvt-ing
men, No man who i the husband of
an affectionate m, Humid tho father of
dependent children, or who properly
allies hl own lllo, can safely practice
tho ouo or uphold tho other of tliejo
Mrs. Carter, wife of ugent Carter, of
tho ?ae and Fox agency, passed thro'
Vlnltn, Wednesday, en route to Km
porta Kans. Mrs. C. made acry pleas
ut call at tho olllre of. the Chiefta!
while In town, and gavou lavorablc ae
count of tho condition of uHalrs around
thu agency. Tho "8ae Journal' is tho
11:11110 of n young paper of diminutive
projiortions, which has mado Its np
pearuueo in tho newspajier world. Bond
it along Master Carter to tho Cutnr
taix. By and by tho Journal may at
tain to larger proportions.
Thomas H. Knight, of tho Indian Po
re, caused something of a ripple Tues
day morning by serving notices from
U. S. Agent Tutrts, on numerous per
sons sojourning in Vinlta, to show au
thority for remaining or to removo
themselves with their effects beyond
tho limits of thejndian country cm
braicdln tho Union agency, within a
period often days. The names of tho
Individuals Bcrvod with notico aro
Peter Jordan, T. D. Boss, Ben Nor
wood, Wm.-Hairls, 8. B. Huff, Dennis
Hicks, Mr. Warren, Mr. Bell, .Mrs. M.
I. Mcok nnd Mrs. Sumner. Several of
these persons with their famllloi are
in hotel and restaurant business, for
Wiich there is no provision ill the U.
with the Indian tribes. How many of
theso are or will bo covered by permits
from tho authorities of tho Nation to
reside in the country as employes of
citizens, or whether such permits will
bo regarded as covering their cases by
Agent Tuffts, remains to bo seen.
Mr. Little's now house fast approach
Henry Eiffert, is building a largo ad
dition to his dwelling house.
Charlie Johnson is building a dwell
ing house in tho western part of the
Mr. Andrcae, of Piorco City, has been
ro'uovating and improving tlio Congro
A new room has been finished in tho
third story of Worcester ncademy, and
two additional ones furnished with
patent Gothic scats and folding desks
Tho Presbyterian church, which is
now nearly completed, will be ono of
the cosies church buildings in tho ter
ritory and is a credit to both architect
and mechanic. Mr. Hawkins who has
the contract for tlu plabtvring will
soon havo the bulIiTing ready for the
cents. It will be dedicated between
now- and Christmas. Uev. Brooks, tho
distinguished divine of St. Ixmls, If ex
pee ted to prcjch'aii tho occasion.
IS. W. firi'eri shipped fcaturdnv, VJO
head of fat hogs to St. Louis.
S. A. McPpaddon sold W. C. Cham
berlin 00 of hU 120 fat hogs last week.
Thebalanco will bo ready lor market
in six weeks.
Mr. Jones, of Coffcyvillc, Kas.,
bought of David Mallon 1!I bend of
steers, last week, paying 35 per head.
Mr. B. F. Mllstead is ftoding on fr.
Itolsten's place, 15 miles cast of here,
150 head of cattle, for inurkOt.
W. C. Chauibcrlin bought 130 head olf
fat hogs last week from different par
ties. Prices ranged ftom $3.70 to H.00
.Capt. Nut Skinner will KhorfVy re
ceive a purchaso of about six hundred
head of cattlo from Texits, which will
bo placed- upon his. ranch on Pryor
MY. W. B. Hajf, who returned from
Texas last Monday roports caltlo in
western Texas in bottor condition to
go through tho winter than for several
Mr. Mills has recently mado lafgo
purchases of cattlo. Ho bus divided
his herd on Busscll crcok, six miles
south of Chetopa, and driven ono part
of them to a ranch west of tho Verdi
Kris. Chcrokeo Notional Council Items aro
Glvo us ono moro district goiitlomon,
provide for building new court houses,
and locato thorn at eligible points, with
a reserve of two or thrco acres upon
which persons shall not bo allowod to
trespass with pwsonul improvements.
Dr. II. ton Kate, of Franco, delegate
of the AuthropologlcalBocioly of Paris,
and tho Geographical society of Hol
land, has spent a few days In Vinlta
within a weok. Tho Doctor has passed
tho last year among the different In
dian tribes of tho southwest and a part
of Old Mexico, Including the ponlnsula
of California. Ilia timo has been spent
in studylug tho physical character of
tho Indians, in observing thoir man
ners and customs, in making colloc
tiona of Iudlan trinkets, relics, etc.,
ond in noting everything calculated to
thsow light upon their pBt and present
condition. Although ovIdentlya young
man, Dr. ten Kate Is an ' experienced
travelor, aclofeobsorvor and tho pos
sessor of varied and preclso information
not only as a specialist but as a scholar
and cultured guntlcmeu. It was his in
tention to proceed cast from here and
sail from New York on thofith proximo
for tho Old World, but learning that
tho Cherokee Council is in session, ho
concluded to retraco his steps toMus
cogco and proceed to Tahloquah, as bo
would probably havo now hotter oppor
tunities of obtaining certain informa
tion than might bo agJln afforded, al
though he should returu nextycar, as
is his present purpose, to tho Indiau
mi )l r...i iinm'in.iliniil n.
The National Co incll shciul 1 bc.ii u
mind that the overwhelming mass of
their constituents demand effoctUe leg
islatinu strnlnst alt lcnolnc of lands.
whotherby the Nation or Individuals,
add against the fiaudulent Introduc
tion of stock belonging in whole or In
part to non-citizens.
Married, at tho residence of Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Nelms, Vlnlta, 1. T., Nov.
21, by Iter- Prof. I. N. Cundall, Mr.
Chas. D. Brooks, of Denver, col., and
Mls Mamie W. Ashbrook, of Vlnlta.
late of Fort Smith, Ark. Tlio j-ervleo
was after tho order of tlio Kpiseopal
church. The bride was gleu away
by capt. Nelms. Tho ceremony was
w itncsKcd by n large compoji) of Inter
ested and admiring fnomln. After a
s'ltuptubus repast the newly wedded
pair was accompanied to tho train of
tho Mo. Pacific railroad and bidden
God speed on their war to their new
home al the west. Mr. Brooks, Is tin)
son ofaol. V.. J. Brooks well known in
this country and now tho head of a
business Iiouko of high standing at
Domcr, with whose interests tho now
family is to bo Identified. The bride
leaves a largo circle'of friends who will
feel her Ions here and congratulato the
homo and Socioty Into which she goes
on thu acquisition sho will bring them.
rhchrlde was attired in a handsome
traveling costume. Her trousseau was
pronounced tho most elegant and
beautiful cur seen In the
Territory. Tho Invited guests
was composed almost entirely of young
people nnd ronsltttd of Missed Ada
Durban , Florence Woodworth, Madge
Goodykoontz, Daisy Perry, Ida Ueatty,
Fannlu Blythe, Nettle Graves, Minulo
Miller, Mary Itayindnd, Mary Davis
and Mamie Boss ami Mossrs S. Lincoln
W.J. Stange, L. W. Bulllngton and
c. W.Poole; Mrs. Ann Daniel and Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Nelm.
S. II. Uongc, 1 r. - Jent of the
Senate, 1ms made the ollowing nj
pointtnenta: Committee on Itola
tiona with the U.S. C. V. Rogora,
H. T. Lnndrum nnd E. 12. Starr;
Ways nnd Means E. E. Starr, II.
T. Lnndrum and C. V. Rogers; On
Elections Woodall, Frye and Six
killer; On Judiciary Woodall,
Fryo and Lncie; On Roads Har
ris, Scriinsher and Smith; On
Claims J. M. Starr, Hawkins and
Robbina; On Educution Harris,
Fryo and Lacio.
Executive Depautjiknt, 1
viir.noKEB Nation, I. T. j
Thanlis arc due for Divine Bless
ings at all times more especially
at the timo when thoy aro received.
To fix upon a certain day of the
year, and wait for that day to rendor
thanks, may conform to tho eti
quette of civilization, huta a more
formality, will notaeccptable to the
Great King. "Thanksgiving Day"
therefore, must he a timo selected
by those who are scnaiblo enough
to know and to acknowledge
whence their happiness comes,
so to pledge tho Nation, by a pub
lic recognition of Divine favor, that
the C4ivcr will not bu insulted, nor
His gifts dishonored, by a pervor
sion of them to evil iihcs. On the
last Thursday and
liOni day oy .NovKMnnrt, 1SS3,
Enlightened Amviica will celebrate
tho annual festival of Thanksgiv
ing. Let tho Chcrokeea also on
that day, express thoir grntitudo
to the Great Sphlt, and do honor
to this ancient custom by heartily
joining to observe it. While our
white brothors havo the bloesiug of
an'invitrciblo national strength to
bo grcftteful for nnd glory in, as the
suttfof innumerable other blessings,
the weaker Indian race may well
thank a Kirfd Providence (among
a thousand other lavors) that this
strength has not been used during
tho past year to trrmplo on their
rights. In tostintbny whereof I
hereunto set my hand and affix
the seal of tho Chorokoo Nation on
this 13th day of November, A", D.
1883. D. W. Uushyiikai),
Tlio 2-ccnt postago is proving a
great success. Thero is talk now
of increasing the weight of lottcfa
from oho-half an ounce to ono
ounce This will be a great ac
commodation to our lady friends,
and to young lovers'. Most largd
letters conlaiif sb ;nubh gush and
light litcraturo that it scums a pity
to pay extra postage.
For Salo s ,
A number ono span of mules for
particulars inquire at this office
Farm fortalo. .
Good house, barn, well and ciB
tern; 10 acres broken ground.
Price $200. Apply to II. Balenllnc
Vinita. I. T.
Now Dress Maklntr Itoonrs.
. Mrs. Thomas Bluejacket has
opened a first class dress and cloak
making shop, undercharge of Mrs.
Luce, an experienced drc&s and
cloak maker From tho east, and is
doing a fino business nnd would
refer all in want of work in her lino
to her numerous customers in the
city. Shop up stairs in old rock
Notice Old Kettlers.
In accordance with a resolution
of old settler Chcrokeea, we have
been appointed a committeo to au
dit claims for attendance ut old set
tler councils. Thoso old bettlors
who have attended tho old settlor
meetings aro entitled to four dol
lars a day for Buch services. They
shall make out accounts giving tho
number ol days in each year, duly
sworn to nnd officially scaled,
Bonding or presenting such claim
to tho undersigned at Talilequah,
on or before December loth, 1883.
JlENUY C. BA1I.NT.S,
Luvi Kuys, Pres't
Fce'y J.a Iiuvpwks
,imin iintinflWJtrtKgnawUM.X.tiiJwaixijMM w
W. C Pattoti ot tho head.
Go to Green for cheap goods.
Over coats cheap at Lowis'.
Hunters supplies at Cliambcrliu's.
Go to Stove Uluojacket's to .(nq
Uuy A. F. Kelloy boots at Lowis.
Take vour eumo to A. F. Cham-
Green in almost giving nway
Fine confectioneries at Chamber
Hn'a. Meals and lodging 126 conte oaoli
at tho Tex ii h House.
Heating Moves, all siios'nntl pric
es, Williams and Lyon, Cltutopa.
Beautiful blnok enehmore dress
goods at Lewis'.
If you want bargains in furniture
go to Herman's, Chetopn, KnnsaB.
A. F. Chatnborlin pays best
prices for game, hides and furs.
If you want a genuine Hunt ax
"ax'1 Green for it.
5,000 doz prairie chickens wanted
Look at those handsome lap robos
Full lino of preserves, jollies nnd
fruit butters ut H. Balcntiuo's.
Ho will buy your g.uno
Chitmbcrlin. -A. F.
Goods fresh and of host quality
at Stovo Bluejacket's new ehoap
Thanksgiving is coining. Get a
fine new stovo at Patton's to cook
your turkey in.
ty can fit any man or -boy at
ir with No. 1 clothing.
Go to Herman's for baigains in
tho furniture lino, Cnelopa,
A lanje line of boots and shoes,
hats and caps for ladies and gentl
emen at Patton's.
Stovo Bluejacket pays highest
cash price for game, "hides and
Bam wagons and all kind of
implements for salo by Williams
and Lyon, Chetopa.
Lewis has tho agency for Clopp
& Bailoy's lace remnants. Cheap
est lace on earth.
G'et u new parlor stovo at Pat
tuns. You will need it as tho cold
weather comes on.
Just arrived, a car load of best
Hour, corn meal, bran and oats at
New American sewing machines
No. 7 nt Patton's. Call and oxam
ino before purchasing elswhorc.
Full line of dress goods and trim
mings at Lewis'.
Just received a full stock of sad
dles, bridles, harness, whips,
bpurs and martingales ut Patton's.
Now and fresh goods arc received
at Mio cheap cah store every few
days. Anil Bob Knight is selling
goods cheaper than over. Go there
and exainino prices before you buy.
A carload of wagons buggies and
hacks to be told cheap, in the next
sixty days for cash or cattlo, at W.
C. Palton & Go's.
Hon. B. F. Adair is now wear
ing ouo of Lewis' boss biiits. Frank
knows vlmt's what.
Fence who is cheaper than over.
Now is the time to buy. Wo have
a largo quantity on liuifd and will
sell at low prices. Willinms &
Lyon, Chetopa, Kansus. .
Finest dress goods ever brought
to tho city, from velvets, plushes,
silks, s;Uinu, cashmeres to calicoes
During tho selling season the head
quarters of the Muscogco Nursery
will bo at its sales and packing
grounds in Muscogjo and not at
.Just received at Patton's, a car
load of roller mills flour, made by
Huberd patent process, at Ritchcy,
J. J. Hicks is again attending to
cash customers at Lewis', ami is
pleasdd becauso ho is handling tho
most complcto stock over ill the
ho usd. (Vivo him' a call.
Large and elegant slock' of gents
clothing jusl rocolved at WC 'at
ton's. Overcoats by tho wlickWlp
for your uncles, cousins and' yo'ur
Early breakfast stovos with boap
stono tile lined oven doors, is tho
bcsl baker in tho world. It is'made
of tho best quality of iron; we guar
antee every stove. Sold by Wil
liams and Lyon, Chetopa.
Tho fall season of the Mu6cogeo
Nurserv iB now onen. nnd wo aru
ready to fill all orders promptly
irom mo nest stocic wo ovor had.
Wo guarantco satisfaction. Como
or send in your orders early.
W. Q. NBIiMS,
Post-offlco, Vinita, I. T.
Post-odlco, Vinlta, I. T.
split In lelt
tag in right
ut tho head
or Pryor s
creek. Bango, between
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W V LITTLE. W. W JAUVtS
LITTLE, JARVIS & CO.
ron Tire rtmc2iAsi: and a.ax.13 op
13 National Stock Yards. East St, Louis,
Xtiboral Advccnsoa Xttaclo On Gcuaignxxxonfcxi.
New Drug Store.
Drugs, Patent Fflcdtcincs, Notions,. Shitiooory, &c &c. Afso
A full lino of Cigars, Tobaccos and Confctionorics'
PRKPCRIPTIOXS CAREFULLY COMPOUKDED KV Dr. RAG 11 V
Headquarters of all the Doctors in Vinita at M. KKAZEhVS, Red
Trout, one door west of 'Frisco Hotel.
M. J711A.Z.IL1G, - - Vinita, I. T.
T. H. lOSS,
I havo reoentlv taken charge ofthis Itouso, and havo jmt it
in FIRST-C'LASS Share for the Accommodation Al tho
Traveling Public. I sot as pood tables as any Uoubo
in tho Southwest. Mjnla.to Citizoga, 2r (JontB.
When in the City.Scp at The 'Frisco!
R. m. swain,
llarni'hfl, Saddles, Whips and Col
Ian. All our goodsi arc made of
the best material and will be Hold
for lens money than can bo bought
All work warranted to givo satis
faction. Shop opposilo "Frisco
House." All orders promptly at
Repairing dono with noatncuH
TXINT.I CD 3ST
St. Louis, Mo.
The Only Wholcsalo Yards in St.
Louis Acceim'bla by Rail
and Water I
1. Kvrrv rnilrond entorinc St. Louis
Is ilirortlv trilmtnrv to tlieno ynnlc
2. Tcxiis nliippcra nie Informed Hint
rnnnortlnn with throe ynnln fiom the
Iron Mountain A Southern ruilronil can
he ninili without cost ami with niucl.
lefH HhrinkaRO thnn to any other.
3. Thepc vnnlH hno thn peculiar ijl
vnntnee of JipIhk located on tho fit.
Louis lde of tho rler, from which
fhe huiidrnl thoiiaiul people draw
their provihlou wipplv.
4. I'very puckiiiR Iiouk In St. I-oiuh
luis a reijulitr buyer Htntloncil hcrf..
Itnyprn or cattle, Iiors nnd tdioop, both
for the homo market nnd e.intern uhlp
mont. nro nt nil timet represented.
5. Tor comfort nnd convenience Hioho
vnrdx havo no superior in tho country.
Two HncH of iitreet cars approach hero.
Hotel, telecraph olllccs nnd other con
venicnecs forBtockmcn on tl.promlNcs
, W. A. ftAMSAY, . President.
Sccrut.iry nnd Trenmirpr. I
-pnopiircTORS or Tirn-
SENECA ROLLER MILLS,
Highest cash price paid for ALL GRADES of WHEAT. .
Orders for FLOUR, BRAN and SIIIPSTUFFS promptly attended to
I-Iiabe'MilTiiig Co. v - - - Bonocci, Mo.
Having jvist received a' largo and comploto stock of goods for tho
"HI MAT? 2RJCC3-33CT"
r every orlo to call and examine our etock hoforo pur-
chasing'elsewliere.' 6oods as represented, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Keens' constantly on hand
all Kinds 01 Milliner, liiuu,
.. ...-. 1 1 .1 1 1
IF Y0U2WANT TO BUY
C81VE' HIM A CALL
1 HANK Tl HUM T 1 DVVtia
'O-. 131- .XuElsTT'IrS'
Pryor's Creek, Four Miles Bast of Ctioteair
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.
caxl .a.:n-;d examine our stock of -goodw
Will pay tho highest market prlco for Produce in Exchange for goal
C3r. 3E3I. XjE3",ViriS-
P. O., Choteau, - - . " Tei?
'Supt. it Hcc'y
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W'.- V'.- RASMUS'.'
r. : 7
(Will furniBli odd sizes of
Door, NibIi and Wind
ut Cheap as anyhoby
Office and Yai'd
Opposito National Hotel,
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Oowuln, - - . Ind.Tor
Will sell goods for Cash, as cheap
as any house in the Territory.
Call and Examine my Stock.
Mitchell, Lewis & Co
Racine, - "Wis
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Fan ai Siirii Viu.
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"KTltx St. XjOXx1j3.
2 TRASNa DAILY!
Pullman Palace Hotel Cars through
to St. Louis, via Sedalln,' daily.
Direct Route "Went and Southwest
Via KANSAS OITV.
At Kansas 0HftyS?.?8S
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexi
co and California connect with Ex
press Trains of all lines.
Conn cot ion is
made with Ex
press Trains for all points in Kan
vug and Nebraska.
MOmnlin Connection .is mado
UlllBllB, M-Uh all linos lead'
ng to tho North and West.
Superior Accotuutodadoia f
r.CIIANDI.UK. Gmi'l Kann'r .iucnt, .
0. . KIN.NA.VAf.'t Uen'l IA?r Au't.
W, II. yhT.fi IICH, Mi Y
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mrm mmi vye t wmvw
W. B. HALSBLIi,
Post-offloe, Vinlta, I T.
Various car murks and old brtkuda ,
Itiiiicli, on IllrJ Crcuk. eight miles
north of TuUa, I. T.
Wolf crfc. 30
mllcts twtttli ot
Farm Vor Sle.
Thirty-live acres in cultivation.
Good range fur stock. UikkI Wir
ing orchard. Apply to'or .vldrcsir
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iC. Ontoofe, I. T.
Vinlta, Sept, ),im
, G. II, Wurren has purchI the
Grand Rlverills, motUkof. Try
c-r'a creek, ami reqa48 hoi eaai
jirttronago us Kiveti to kls jredroe
sor Tim will will ha rim utultr
thu same mansewsnt tnd by ths
same , mUUr , , ij bf-Ti40J