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Men hauU ropOrt builnoss good.
pave Allen wi In town Tuesday.
Ilepnty Mnrslinl Marks was In totfii
Mr. Abe Mills, of Chotoim, wns'lu
lV. II. Drew rat timed from Table
HumuvuiI tlio pillow caiu and thun
kt on to Seventhly.
IJ.T. MeSduddcii came In from lili
1 ti. A. McSpnddcn and family wilt soon
Ik residents of Cliches.
OroniiiR wheat on tho Neosho river
reported in flnu comlitluu.
Wm. Little A Co. nro building a larpe
addition to their storo building.
Frank Skinner ia bullillni: a dwelling
oueo HOtitli of the Frisco stock yards.
Mi us Madge UoodyknonU vUltod hci
lomoauu irionus in .Neosiioiiul aalur-
1.19 tdudcntx now enrolled nt tlio pub
ic school of thlu place arorogo attend-
Mr. I.ovi Furgiis'in, ofChutopaKant,
Spent several d.iys in VlnlUtliM ncek
Mr. and Mrs. Tcnbrook, from Maya-
lillo, Ark., are visiting friends in VI-
aitn tliih wceki
A 0 Itnymond has built a good dwell-
lit); house on his farm, ono and ono half
inllo west of town.
II. llalcntlne ;is not yet dono build-
ii;. Tills tunc it is an addition to tils
trendy largo waro room.
Just rccoivoil at M. Frazoo'a
drugstore a full lino of spectacles
fcye glasses, and goggles.
Jlov. J. W. ScropKs and family may
ietnrn to Vinitiv in a month from their
Prof. Uundall went to Chctopa last
ISatutday and preached at the Presby
terian church at that place, Sunday.
The Increase in the circulation of tlio
ICinuiTAi.N in the Inst two months has
been nearly four hundred, and utill
It hey come.
The opinion of one o( our prominent
ffitoik-men Is that cattlo do better on
tlio range without hay than with it, no
mutter how bcverd the weather.
ri'nt. feUiilner left for Toxas Monday
to receive n largo shipmont of cattle re
cently bought, which ho will winter on
liirf ranch on I'ryor's Crook.
A shipment of eleven carloads of cat-
' tic. lor thu "Texas luvcatiiiunt Co" ar
il l.cl Inst Monday over t lit' 41. K. A. T.
rlt. 'llicr will bo wintered somdwhere
fit ar uiitu.
John lirccn nhowiis shot five timea
Ia Deputy Marshal Marts and poeie
while reBiHllnp arrest ut South Canadi
an two or thrco weeks ago, diod iu'ar
that place last 1'rlduy, of his wounds.
O. W. Green will novt wuok Htnrt it c
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tU. U. eighteen mil. h west of Vinllu
$. A. Meripaddou la chargci The now
enterprise will nu doubt bo (I biiocush.
X.'r. Tom Vlinont wan town this week.
Mr. V. ropresaiitH tho ilry goods hunt
: of Crow, ilarg.idliio it Co.,it Louis,
and all who know tho genial gentle-
man concur In pronouncing the house
A party of huntors had a rabbit chaso
ono day last week, wost of town. Thoy
decided, after the race was over, that a
, jack rabbit could jump thiity feet, and
nn Imported grey hound twenty nine
feet. Tho rabbit Ih still at largo.
Dick Williams, living near Neosho
river, a few miles below Chetopa, in tho
Chcrokco Nation, loet 225 tons of hay
I from fire, which Is ciippooed to have
oninaieu irom iiieranroaus.
Mr, John Shields, ono of tho live
.lumber men of Chetopa, Kansas, was
iti town Tuesday and called on tho
Ciiikftaih. Mr. S. reports business
good In his town. Every body build-
inf? houses and cousaiiucntly happy.
Mr. G. Vf . Murray, who has been
working at tho carpenters trado in VI-
nlta for cevoral months past, and who,
by the way, is a first-class workman,
left on tho afternoon train Sunday for
his home at Seneca, Mo. Georgo mado
many friends during his sojourn at VI
nlta, who regret to loso him.
Any one wishing to look at tho roost
dexterous handjlng of goods, can bo on
tnruined by being at tho Mo. Pac depot
wnen the south bound train pulls In at
T p.m. Tho Adams express mon havo
ten minutes in which to load from two
to flyo hundred packages of goods In
transit from tho Frisco road, and in
contoquence are compelled to work
A south bound freight train on tho
V; K. A T. R. R. was w recked four miles
yutli of Vinlta, on White Oak, last
Friday and a brakoman, whoso namo
jedidnot learn, slightly Jiurt. Par
tes who visited tho wreck Saturday, rO
norl freight scattorod In every direc
tion over the prsliie, somo oflt thrown
a distance of ono hundred feet from tho
track. The wrack was caused by a col
lision with a Texas steer.
The children of tho public school of
this place had an entertainment on
Monday ovonlng last, which was a ory
enjoyablo little affair, and all tho moro
no, becanioit was anontorprlsoof their
iwn. Tho speeches and dialogues wore
elected by the students theicsolvos,
thero being no drilling or training for
thr occasion by tho teachers. This fact
added interest to tho.etrort, and all
things considered we regard tlio whole
performance as very creditable to the
children of the ichool. At tho conclu
sion of tho oxerclsos tho visitors and
all present enjoyed quito a sumptuous
repast, proparod and hervod by the fair
daughter ofthe Vinlta public school;
after which all went' away happy.
Young ladlea, give Us another treat
and thurgo for a IraUaion
Ml.rfWMlBH1l IMtfr ! HfWMWWilt
Tyo ThaarksRivinir Concert a tlio
j Congregational I hurth last evening,
was 'argelj nttended The I'msrtin
1 conaMcilof iniiRi. by thfe wimleSimdav
rrbool; Aittbrins by the Choir, a Song
by tho littlo girls cJerlpttiro exorcUFs:
Recitations and Readings. Tbe Church
was decorated for the occasion with the
dlOerent grains, fruit, and vegetables.
Tho Thanksgiving turkey was 'num
erous." Tho party nt Mr Frank Deckor'a last
Saturday night wasn very enjoyablo
amdr to tho young folks of Vinlta.
Games and charade engaged In, mado
the time pass on fleeting wings and the
only thing to mar the ploasnre ofthe
ovonlng was atart tiforo an empty
hotiso, which placed tho performers in
tho position of this .man who tried to
toll iv story and got aa far as, "Brown
bought n mule." a splontlld oyster
suppor Immediately after this the last
performance put tho actors in a jolly
good humor however, and tho entire
company succeeded In reaching their
tinmen beforo the chimes of tlio mid
night bells warned thorn that another
and i bettor dav had boguu.
Tho Rev. Mr. ilaworth. paator of the
Presbyterian Church, has taken posses
slon of the study and narlora rannwt.
ed With the liudinnr-n rnnm .if 1...
Rov.Prof.Cundall Principal of tho Aca
demy, who is caring for the Coiiifrcga
tlonai Church In tho absence of tho
pastur, has also moved Into the nuw
quarters built for him, convenient to
tho school. The printers "Angelus"
only soparatrs thoso two dlvinoa. He
has planted himself firmly and sqtmre
ly between them with a vigorous doter
intnutlon to havo. puaco oven if he has
to call on tho Cherubim to support him.
On tho 10th int. Postmaster
General Grcsliuin nindc tlio follow
ing order; "It appearing that cer
tain persons hnvo been practicing
systematic frauds on ex-Union sol
diers and their widows and or
phans, or other heirs, by untieing
false representations concerning
pension claims, and extorting ille
gal foes for sorvices pretended to
havo been, or promised to bo ren
dered, and this department having
reason to bolicvo that somo post
masters havo been aiding thoso
fraudulent claim ngonts.'.by furnish
ing them a, list of names of ox
Union soldiers, and others suppos
ed to be entitled to pensions, and
also by distributing their address
ed circulars among tnat class,
therefore postmustors uro forbid
den hereafter to furnish luch lists,
or to distribute any circulars of tho
kind indicated, unless thoy aro ad
drossnd to some individual, and aro
prepaid as required by law."
Miss Ijiazio Test, who has recent
ly been appointed to the Principal
ship of the Govermont Normal
school in the tndian Territory, ono
i.undicd and fifty miles wost of
Vinitil, at the' Kaw Agoney, noar
Arkansas City, has spent two days
hore, inspoating tho departments of
tho Academy, preparatory to en
tering on her work. Other parties
have boPu here, ostensibly on tours
of observation, from Pitlsb'irg,
Pa. and Carthage, Mu. The Kinder
garten d.'partmoutguin3tho atten
tion and- praiso of every visitor,
partly on account of its novelty no
doubt, but not ontirely or mostly
Thoro are inii mations of side glan
ces from a city .away, towards tho
pnthusiastij and aucccsful teacher
ofthis department. No one knows
or appreciates the valun of this
toachor's sorvices bettor than her
Principal, and the Board. T.hey,
with her associates, and the pa
trons of tho school havo como al
ready to regard her too highly to
submit tamely to any idea looking
to Ijer being taken away. This
teacher fills as largo a placo in the
higher branchos of teaching,- as. in
tho Kindergarten work. We have
no lady toaehors to spare It would
bo difficult to find thoir equal in
any one city school. Tho special
succosa of Worcestor Academy is
duo largely to this noblo trio of ef
Ft. Smith, Ark., Nov. 21. To
day at noon this section was visit
ed by tho hoavicst and most de
structive storm ovor known here.
It did not assumo tho charaotor of
n cyclone, as has boen telegraphed
olsowhoro, but tho wind was uiius
ttally violent, and was accompan
ied by torrents of rain that did
thousands of dollars wortli of dam
age. Among Uio buildings most
soriously injured woro thoso of tho
Cotton Compross company, tho
Riveroido hotel and Millor block.
A falling smoko stack from Mc
Lood, Vail & Sparkes' furnituro
factory killed John Mechanics, en
gineer, and soriously injured other
workmon. Excitement throughout
tho city ran to a high pitch, and in
the confiibion exaggerated -a, cria
woro telegraphed abroad. Tho
damago to proporty in tho city by
reason of tho wind, and to crops,
funccs and barns on water courses
by roason of tho flood which was
emptied from tho clouds, will ug
grogato many thousands of dol
lars. Tho 'Frisco road bed is un
dor wator in many places, but tho
working of trains ha,3 not been ren
dered impossible Altogo.thor it is
the most serious disaster that has
vifcitod tno Fort in many years, but
our people aro resigned to their
lofs, and aro thankful it is no
,U.Mtcr from An Early Lady Missionary
, S'rin. of tho ol lirrci 1 rs oi the
CinnTAis willic uniWr, among
the tr.-K-lurs of tho Knialo Somi-
nAiy at Park Hill, noarTuhlcqunh,
, Miss Loltib Ilnymond, who was
for some time in tho Si m-
innry,. Mlna Haymond bft
her marks Indelibly . improMed
on the iiislituliou and the stamina
and firmiittM of religious charncter
and culture then given through
this faithful missionary Is
plainly souti in tho second genera
tion. I'rof. Cundall, the Principal
of Vorcotor acadmuy, Imp rucnitly
received n lottor from Miss Itny
mond, writton from her home at
Xonvnlk, Ct. Ho found it easy
to pick out from tho students in
his charge those bearing tho evi
dences of Miss Raymond's purify
ing and elevating mind and heart.
Miss Raymond says in her loi
ter? "I find myself vory often wan
dering about you, and wondering
how you aro situated. It docs not
soom as if itoould bo so long ag.
that I was in tho neighborhood,
but 1 prosumo there will be found
among those who attend tho Wor
cester Academy some children
whoso mothers I had under my
care, Please find them out for my
"A copy of tho Indian (Jiiie
tai.v, which is edited by the Hon.
Win. P. Hoss, has boon sent to me.
He used to be a good friond of mine.
I wontlor if lie resides at Vinita.,
This is of courso a now town to me.
How far is it from Tithlequah? I
see from the map that tho railroad
from St, Louie; two of them in fact,
goos directly to Vinita. When I
went, wo rode to Joflorsbn Uitv .by
rail, and then travellod eight days
by stage coach and one or two days
by Toxas wagons to reach our des
tination. . How I would like to
look in upon you and your school 1
I have still omo acquuintancos in
tlio Nation, one vory dear ono in
tlio sistor of the editor ol your pa
per, from whom I hear occasion
ally. It "vould bo pleasant for nio
to hoar in this my distant home,
and after tho lapse of so many
yoars, of, or from any whom you
may find, who used to bo under mo
so long ago in the Seminary at
Tahlequah. And I vyill bo cheer
ed if to uny degroo you may find
tho frnits of my early sowing."
For touug Mon to Ho member.
That clothes don't m.iko the man
That if they onco get in debt they
may nover got out of it.
That parting the hair in the
middle bring- on softening ofthe
That to deal honorably with all
men thoy begin with their washer
Tlut they need somothing moro
substantial than cigars, kid glovoj
and a cane to ut.ut houfcokooping
That they euntdopend on their
futhor's foituno to bring them
through life. Fortunes aro slip
pery things bettor havo some
thiugbeeides to fallback on.
That a girl who docks herself
in tho latest tilings out and parades,
tliostrerffwhilu iter mother does
tho washing, is not worth wasting
much love on.
That a fellow who deliberately
proposes matrimony to a girl when
ho can't support himself, is either
a first class fraud or a fool, unless
ho marries for money and btfeomes
her hired i;iiui.
A large line of boots and shoes,
hats and caps fur ladios and gentl
emen at Patton's.
Largo and elegant stock of gents'
clothing just rocoived at VC Pat
ton's. Overcoats by tho wholosalo
for. your unolos, cousins and your
Get a new parlor stovo at Pat
tons. You will neod it as tho oold
weathor comes on.
Early breakfast stoves with soap;
stone ttlo lined oven doors, is the
host baker in tho world. It is made'
of tho beet quality of iron; wc guar-
anleoovcry stovo. Sold by Wil
liams and Lyon, Chetopa.
A number ono span of mules for
particulars inquire at this ollice.
Fa nn Wsale.
Good house, barn, well and cis;
torn; 1(5 acres broken ground.
Prico S200. Apply to II. Ualontine
Vinita. I. T.
SHOULD SUBSORIUK FOR
THE KSNSftS GETY
Etch txiio contalni a tprcislly rdited
Farm DuiMrtment, Tlia Fml ' Circle,
l.ftlur Buz, Serial Utonei, and llluitra
ll. in of ourrrnt erenti, btiidet tho Uteri
and but Ilnme MUcellany l'rlca $l.CO a
yer. l'tinator aro puthorlzed to ro
ceivo tubturijitiunt. Send for proiulfim
"' THE DAILY TIMES
It tlio only PemocraMo papr west of fit
Iouli publliblnK tho ftill Wettcrn Anocit.
td I'itu DlipaUihi;!. Prico J10.00 a year
ttrr n iitpen a wetlc.
A-Wmm, THK TI51KS.
Kaoiat City, Ms
jctt T.wwr-.w..- . .-.,-rft...,. , i-ritfiiwniii -II nrjwiiaifcWiwnai-nwrir io
llMttt YIN' fOU MN
W (.'. Pattoti nt tbe head.
Furniture at Raymond's.
A. F. Clminbcrlin buys game.
Over ciati thrap at Liwis'.
New stock of boots at Green's.
Raymond scIIh cheap stoves.
Piiiy A. F. Kelley boots at Lewis,
lluy wooden ware at KtiVinond's.
New Goods nt Robt. Ironside's
Go to Green for toys and dolls.
Ilird seed utFrasdd's drug store.
Fresh butter at Ihilontino's.
Go to Green for cheap goods.
Iron and steel at A. C. Raymond
Order your bootn at Martin it
Hardware at loweet prioii at Rob.
Heating toves, nil iieand pi ic
es, Williams and Lyon, Chetopa.
Beautiful black enshtnoro dross
goods at Lewis'.
If you want bargains in furniture
go to Herman's, Chetopa, Kanens.
Nentest stock of groceries in the
land nt C. C. Ironsides
Quail on the counter at Cham
2U0 doien fresh eggs just icoiv
ed at llalentine's.
A few more boating stoves at
Full line of dress goods and trim
mings at Lewis'.
Buy dofschveot gaudies mit Ar
terduhamburlin. Splendid mince meat at lialcn
tine's. Take your game, l'lcs, r..id furs,
to Stovo JHuojaeket's
Go to A. C. Raymond & Co. for
Meals and lodging -5 cents each
at tho Texas llousu.
No. 1. Boot and shoe maker at
Martin & Nichols'.
Venison brings bust cash prico at
They can fit any man or boy at
Lowis' with No. h clothing.
He wants prairio chickens
Wagon load of groceries arrived
at Rout lionside's Monday.
C. C.lronsidothe reliublo gro
coryman of Vinita.
Go to Herman's for bargains in
the furniture hue, Chetopa,
Bain wagons and all kind of
implements for sale by Williams
antt Lyon, Chetopa.
Go to the choup cash grocery
house in the Rock building tor gro
ceries. Go to II. Biileutiuo for the fin
est fancy candies ovor brought to
Lewis has the agency fur Clopp
& Bailey's lueu rommuiU. Cheap
est lace on earth.
Just received n full stock of sad
dles, bridles, harness, whips,
spurs and martingales ut Patton's.
Why bliivor aroand those frosty
mornings whon you can got an over
eoat at Green's for 52.50.
Martir. it Nichols still at the
front with a splendid lino of sad
dles and harness.
Hon. B. F. Adair is now wear
ing one of Lewis' boss suits. Frank
knows what's wluit.
Boots and shoos lcpaired on
short notice uud bobt stylo at Mar
tin it Nichols'.
A. C. Raymond it Co. still in
the lead with u full stock hard
ware, tinware, stoves and furni
turo. A carload of wagons buggies and
hacks to be sold cheap, in tlio next
cixty days for cash or cattle, at W.
C. Pattoi. &. Co's.
Go to Robt Ironsides for cheap
hardware tinware woodenwaro
willow ware.queonswaro. glassware
stoves and grocorios.
Fonco wira is choapor than over.
Now is tho time to buy. Wo have
a largo quantity on hand and will
sell at low pricos. Williams it
Lyon, Chetopa, Kansas.
For groceries fresh, and grocorios
neat at prices that cant bo beat,
make it a point to quietly glide to
tho grooory houso of Colin Ironsido
During tho selling season the bond
quitrtors of tho .Nfuscogoo Nursery
will bo at its saios and packing
grounds in Muscogjo and not at
G. II. Harlow blacksmith of
Coodys Bluff is at the forge roady
to do your work in tho best work
manliko manner, as cheap as the
J. J. Hicks is again attending to
cash customers at Lewis', and is
pleased becauso ho is handling the
most complete stock ever in tho
houso. Oivo him a aill.
Tho full season of tho Muscogee
Nursory is now open, and wo aro
reauy 10 nil ail orders promptlv
from tho best stock wo over had.
Wo guarantee satisfaction. Come
or send in your orders early.
Whon you go to Vinita and want
to buy goods cheap look for tho
sign "cheap cash store" and go
there an.d Bob Knight will sell you
goods so low it will astonish you.
Try him ono time and bo convinc-
W B LITTLE.
W W JAf(V.
Little, jarvk & co.
roxi Tin: r-cmczi'lAox: aitzj oals ox
13 National Stock Yards, East St, Louis,
LiVoral ii.clvun.30 a Xatlo) On CouoiQamonta,
New Drug Store.
Drugs, Patent Medicines, Notions, Statiooory, &c &c. Also
A full line of Cigars, Tobaccos and Confctionorios.
PRESCRIPTIONS OAR'BFULLY COMPOUNDED BV Dr. HAG!) Y
Headquarters of all the Doolofrs in ViniU at M. FUAZISB'S, Red
Front, ono door wost of 'Frisco Hotel;
1SLFRAZJSE, - - - Vinila, I. T.
T. D. ROSS, "Proprietor.
I have rocoiitlv taken chargo ofthia House, and have nut i
in FIRST-C'LARS Shajio for tho Accommodation ol tho
Traveling Publio. I sot hh good tables as anv Houro
in the Southwost. Meals.to Citizens, 25 Cents.
When in the City Stop at The 'Frisco!
VJ2Srr.TY. " 3 MP T.1SU.
R. M. SWAIN
Harness, Saddles, Whips and Col
lars. All our goods arc mado of
the host material and will be sold
for Iopb money than can bo bought
All work warranted to give satis
faction. Shop oppoBito "Friico
House." All ordors promptly at
Repairing done with neatness
TJ.lXr.X 0 1ST
St. Louis, Mo.
The Only Wholcsilo Yards in St.
Louis Accersibls by Hail
1. Kvpry railrond cntorlnR St. Louis
Is directly tributary to thwo ynnls.
2. Texas hlilpiuTS nio iiifnrui(l that
coniici'tltin with thoso yimls from tlio
Iron Mountnln ASoutliorii railroad can
1h inrule without cunt niul with much
locu hhrinkuKU tltnti to nny nthor.
.'I. Thetto viinls have tho puciillnr nil
vnntn'tici of hcliiR lncatod on tho St.
Louis slilo of tho river, from which
llvo hundred thmiHnnil pooplo draw
their lirovinloa supplr.
4. Every pnckliiR Iioufo in St. Louis
lins a romilnr buyer sttitloucil hero,
ltuyors of cuttle, lios nml sheep, both
for tho homo market and eastern ship
ment, nro nt nil times reprosontcd.
C. For comfort nnd convenlonco these
vnnls have no superior in the country.
Two llr.' h of street e.irM npiironeh hero.
Hotel, tolfurnph oIIIcch nml othor con
veniences for stockmen on the promises
i oiiu't'H nun uiiiur 1'iiu-
ickmen on the promises
W. A. UAMSAY
Socrutnrv nnd Trensnror. 1
-rnoraxETona or the
SENECA ROLLER MILLS,
333SnE3aa., 3a"23'.'7"'J?Oia" Co.," 3VXO.
Highostcaah prico paid for ALL GRADES of WHEAT.
Orders for FLOUR, BRAN and SIIIPSTUFFS promptly intended to
tt , at-it n
Trlubex Milling Co.
' GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Having just rocoived a largo a'nd
every ono 'to call and
chasing elsewhere. Goods as represented, and satisfaction guaranteed,
Keens constantly on hand
all kinds of Lumber, Lath,
Shingles, Doors, Sasli,lJlinds
IF YOUWANT TO BUY
GIVE HIM A CALL.
irnwliimw MMMMfcM 'M H WIIUM WIIMMmilnlwuffcl IMHH'
t. 1. tusir.L
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
OAXL.AND EXMINII! OUR STOCK Of? -GOODS'
Will pay tho highest market price for Produce In Exchange for goo.
Tp -v IT-.' .J.-.'., ,
i p. q Onoteau,,
Supt. it Sco'y.
n o Afn
- - - foonocn, JNIo.
- XxL. Tor
comploto stock of goods for tho
examine our stock beforo pur-
Limo, Hair. Plaster Paris
Will furnish odd suoa oil
! Door, Sash and Dlindt.
las Cheap us anyboby.
Oflloo tnxd "5iTarfI
Opposite' National Hotel
H lnMM i mr'&jtrM-.M.t,,i jaj.. -..l-.
'PW P "P" WJfW
Oowulu; - - - Jtnd.Tor
Will sell goods for Cash, as cheap?
as any house in the Teriitory.
Call and Examine my Stock.
Mitchell, Lewis & Co
Racine,- - - - "Wis
f MAsurtCTtnr.n or
Fan ii Sprii Wap.
Four Milds Bast of Ohoteau..
i roct Ronfc J2ast !
2 FRAJP-JS -DAILY I
T)iin,. ti... ir.-i nj i.-.n.t.
Pullman Palace Hotel Cars through
to St. Louis, via Sedalla, daily.
Direct Route West and Southwest
At Kansas Cifr,"n
for Kansas. Colorado, New Mexi
co and California connect with Ex
press Trains of till lines.
At Atchison, Srfti:
press Trains for all points in Kan
sas and Nebraska.
Mfimnlm- Connection is made
UnSallU) with all lines lead-
ng to tho North and West.
Superior AtcQmmodation f
1ST FAST TtttE
T. ClLOflH.L'U, Ocn'l I'm'r Agdnt.
U. B. K1.NNA.V Aw't GenU IWr Ag't,
VY. II. t'liKTUHRK, AKiMtat V
MfVVfl HtM 2MfMWflt VHNMM
tJLtmJ JLt nLo JZJt
W. B. HAI.SBLI.. 4
Poet-oClco, Vinita, I T.
Anrlcim ear marks and old brands.
Ratlt.j, on utrii Cl.eeIf cgllt mllei'
north of TuUm I T
P. Q , Catluyi
It an g ci, on
"Wolf creek. 30
miles bdutb of
ColTey ville, Ks
' fum For Sale.
Thlrty-flvo acroiiu cultivation. ,
Good range for st ick. Wood bear-'
ing orchurd-N Apply to or uddrcss
J. V. LVulcliHeld,
5 10- Catoosa, I. T.
Vinita, Sept. 20, 4S33
u. II. U urren has purchased the
Grand River Mills, mouth of Pry.
or'a creek, find requests the, same,
patrotmgv as given to JiLi predeces
sor. Tho mill will b run under
tho same maiiiigoiueiit mii bv tho
same miller before 'tty.i;
Wright. Airdroiw, , .
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