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THE CHIEFTAIN' ,T,, ' kindergarten
81.60 PBn YEAR.
VINITA, T, T. Dj:0. 14, 18S3
t wr r an a m
All who aro Indebted tnthoCnicr-
It.U.s olllco will lie liberally rewarded by
tho knowledge of having performed n
rightious net If they will maku It a
during thu present
Christina Is nearly in v lew.
Mr. J. C. Hopnn, from Pryor's" creek,
,& on our atroetii Tuesday.
Mr. J. V. Undniy, nt Chotttau. Mill
receive, mihscriptloiis to the Cniemix.
Mlsc Dolly Henton, of Nropho, Mo ,
is vlaltini? Mr. A. P. Chnmherlutn this !
Mr Jnnntlinn Gore, Mho has been hii
itivnltd for several months, was in town
this week in Improved health.
Mr. Kd. It) rd shipped four car toads
ofeonl to the chilly icnplo nf Vinitn,
Tuesday, from his coal mine at Chelsea.
Mr Mooro, ofNooiho, and Mr.llowen,
or Prairie City. ropreHentlntf tho Neosho
mnrhloMorks, wore In town Tuesday.
fantifClausUbrushJncup his team
and preparlne for a grand entrance into
VInlta, "the illicit Iwfore Christmas"
n vi xr TTr r- , ,
C. .M MeClellan came in Wclne.day
from powaln and reports overythinif
quiet In that beautiful region of conn
b n wk ft'
A laree reward Is oir.'red bv Chief , of tho popleand enable Ihein to nr
Hns)ihrBd for IiIh mules and waeon ! fl ntncontlusion as to tho nrnnrl.
and tlie thieves who stole them. Ieehls
notice rlcnwhern in our paper.
Miss Lulu ?f. Ponln, one of our most
beautiful you:ip"lndios, loft Tuesday
afternoon on a visit to relatives at
Corpus Christie, Texas.
J. I,. Sweesv. who hai been working
in tlioArkansns OaieMe olllre at f.iltle
Itock, passed thronirh biro Tuesday on
his way to Denison, Texas.
Tho sons: service last .Suiulav. nicht,
at the Congregational ciiurch. was of a
very high orderof merit and greatly en
joyed by a full congregation.
The Chen.kea fillw Dusty, owned by
AVilllam llroner. IquI tho prefk horse.
Hitting Hull, by 15 feet In tho 700 yards
race at Mtiirogce, last Monday. Stakes
$W)0 a side.
Tots and artic las for prchcntH during
tho approaching holldavs may be
found in great varlettes at thecouuteri
of our btlHinrsi houif s.
. Mr. .('. Ki'trhem tonkTho I o'clock
train o;nr the Mo. l'.ti ifiu railroad, last
Wednesday, for Kanoas City, on a
vUit to relatiCN and fricndn.
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Albert Morri, member of Couiuil,
ami Wat Ptarr. of the Executive Coun-
II, arriverl at Vinita Monday niglit
(mmTahlequnh -homeward bound.
Mr, ir. C. IriitisinV, who hi hsd a
loiip soil severe snull of slcUnrsk is no-v
raiivulewnt. an I her nmn- friends j
Imp to 'f hor on our MreeU sir-iln i
A commlltee coiwUtingifMrs C .
Mrs I'aiton, .MrH;(5r(n and Mrs. Ha
vnrlh wns uppolnleikat the Cniiarogn
tional church last "iindny night to in
1t Mr. Mollny to deliver romoloclur
i's at Vinita on her return from Tnhlo
quah. Nat Rklnner last Satunlav with tho
help of four hands, branded o)0 head
of three and four year old Texas steers
in ids brand, N S on side nnd hip. This
is claimed to bo tno best days woik
cattle branding -that lias over been
done, in Vinitn,
The Cherokto Advocate states with
regn t thnt ltobert Daniel, who resided
here last winter, and was well known
to many young people whilo nttcuding
school, has bion placed in the iiisnnc
nhvlum near Tahlequah, his insanity,
which Ih of recent date, havlugassumed
a violent form.
Our veteran townsman, Mr. llucsten
Smith, will receive subscriptions for a
work of raro and thrilling interest, on
titled "ThoTiagedy and Itomnnro of
Pioneer Life," Examine tho specimen
copies nnd givo Mr. Smith your name
and ensh and In return get his book,
wherewith to while away tho long
Freights, by Adams Express company
havo again resumed their proper chnn
nul, and will hereafter be transfered to
tho Mo. Pacific railroad at Vinita, for
Texas and.points nonth in tho Terri
tory. Owing to tho burning of Grand
river bridge other arrangements vvero
madu last week, but thoy were only
Mr. J. M. Stout, of Illinois, who has
been living on Horso creek, sixteon
miles oast of Vinita, for soma timo, re
cently sold his outiro Interest in the
eattlo on tha" range, and returned to
his homo in Illinois. .Mr. Stout mndo
many friends while In this country and
on his roturn, vvhloh ho promises us
will he In tho coming spring, ho will
moot with n hearty welcome.
t. Y. Miller, IliiRinos Manager of
tho CniErrviv Puri isiiiko .Co., left
Tuesday night by tho Mo Pacific rail,
way for Rt Louis on luminous connect
ed with tho paper. Wo respectfully
commend him to qilvortlters and tho
public generally during his nbsencc.
Tho Cmsmix nffords tho best ndver
Using medium to bo found In tho In
One tiiulo shot another miilu, Wed
nesday, in town. The owner, a onroful
icon of course, loft a loaded gun in his
wagon, which ono of tho team 1!k
tharped by nosing around for proven
der, nnd Mounded Ills co-worker. As
there doog. lot appear to liave boon any
criminal Infont on the part of tho shoot
1st, it Is hardly probable that tho atrulr
will b made the subject of Judicial ox
amlnatlon. Loaded guns nnd pistols
aro always dangerous under tho coutro
WKPTWM HILJUlltf W
iiuHs, oreeiier ncmioray, taught by
Wm Florence Vt'oodworth, of St Umis,
?.' ,nt, ,he, closo.of 'I'0 Pnt term,
"' "" j'lntu in mo rriMyteri.in
I church, Wednesday afternoon, tlm l'Jth
Inst. Tlicro will doubtless lie a Inr
and Interested audience present on the
SltAltP AMI l)jIlVie I Mr
.lohn Herman. tir0fnsnrf,t,rtw,..J,ro"""K "noU nvenue. Tho
sorhil. m as Introduced Monday evoninji
at'o'clock.at thcTriseohotel, t.i Mlm
Vlrffin Vernon, who iirrivod tvvn rima
ion party nt Mr Harrison Will anis.
and -mi tl.olr return at 10 o'clock, bv
mutual eonssnt, they palled on Vrof
Cundnll and liail tha knot tii-l whleh
promises to hind tlmn for llfr. In Ida
J1;,1';"1 lll 'yterlan ch.m h
Mill take iilncu Thursday evenlno. tun
20th Inst, and promti to bn- m,
pleasant affair to thoan who attend
""" "..'" iur sum ipo uumorous
to mention and too boautllul to da
scribo, a basket nipper will bo nerved
andcake and other refreshments ftir-
I ttiaffl am m lliln t. I a ....
lilfchcd. AMcnd the Fair bv nil iiumim.
nnd aid the ladles who are potting it up
loiurnisn meir oeanliful new church
in appropriate and iiandsomo stIe.
Ool-M. W. Ucnjainlu, attorney for
tlie Uttlo Itock A fort Smith lailroad.
made a short stop in Vlulta Saturday,
on hi way homo from Tahleiiuah,
vrhoie he has been for three or four
wicks IooUub to tho possibility of
charier of n company by tho
Nnllonal Council toromtuct n railroad
Northwesterly ia. Fort (Jibson, to tho
Kansas linn. 'All that was done in the
premises was the presentation of u bill
i l0 u,c0,T0!lt, ",0 Cherokee National
rilwa' company to the Sonate by Mr.
Hcri,ft,l0r' of t-'oowecscoowee District
' wi,h, a dtt' or two f 'he eloao of the
w!on, Tll0 Mll)J(.ct bad, of course, to
, Ko over until next vear. It will. I,nr.
oer,8orvo the purpose of briii(?lnKtho
MUi)jecimoredlrcetl to thu attention
cty and expediency of tho measure be
fore the next meeting of the National
Dr. M. Frarec's goat ranch two miles
northwest of town, under the iinmo
dinto charge of Mr. Oushmun and tho
general super ision of the portly doc
tor, Is ono of the attractions to the
many Uttorg to Vinita The stock hns
been greatly improved in the last two
years, nnd many nearly thorough bred
Angora's besides tho few ol.l stock enji
now ha counted among the herd. A
visitor to tho ranch will probably first
aoe, if on a pleasant day, tho barn cov
ered with goats of vvory description,
from tho aged patriarch of tho herd to
tho gay aiid.festivo kid only a Tew
weeks old. Oilier places for sunning
themselves and catting tho benefit of
tho balmy breezes aro on tho wiro fenc
ing, fence posts and wngon wheels, and
i wo or uireoorthoinostdaritg have an
occasional scrnmhlu for the end of a ,
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propped ijp at an angle of about foity
tlve, degree. It is a pleasant drive to
the Doctor's raueh'nnd will pay any
ono Unsctualntcd with the habits of
the masticators of tin caus, barrel
hoops and bucket bails to go soothe
Tcckkt Vvkijs -On December S, by
Hov L. Dohsin, Mr. I. I.uij I'uekct
n'"' Mrs. Ara Parks.
McI.ukiii! is UhSTFiio On tho 121 h
'"' !! v. I. Dubsou, Mr. JoHhun
Mi luughlin and Mihh Etta Hentfiu.
Tlipntudoiitt and- tea. hers ofWor-
.,. , ,,i-1
i to 10 o clock.
Tlie kimlcrgarten department of the
ttca.lomy will givenn cntertninuiont at
the Presbyterian i huroh on tho after
noon of tho s.iiiio ilay at !1 o'clock To
coth of tho above the trustees, pitrons
nml MnnlUnf llw, I.IHmiW . ..,.
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, ' Principal.
Tho Indies' society of tho First
Presbyterian church of Vinitn, I.
T,, was organized temporarily Sep
tember 25, 18S.'J, and has recently
adopted the following
Article 1. Tho namo of tins so
cjety shall be "The Indian Homo
Art. 2. Sec. 1. Its object shall
bo by work and influence to do all
wo can for tho promotion of that
which is good and do&ir.iblohumng
and for our people.
Sec. 2. To accomplish this it is
necessary first to provide articles
needed to supply tho churuh and
fit it properly for divine survico.
Roc. 8. Tho development nnd
maintonaneo of spiritual life among
its members nnd extend this inllu
onco to other circles, nnd to tho
needy among tho community by
Art. ,'1. Oflicors, mouthers nnd
committees. Sec. 1. Tho officers
shall bo five in number, vu : A
prosjdont, two vico presidents, a
treasurer nnd secretary.
Sec 2. Apnolntinonta shall be
made by tho president and ngrood
to by a majority of the nicmbors.
Sec. !. Mcmbors8hall bo receiv
ed by tho payment of 25 oonts and
subscribing to this constitution,
nnd tho continued membership
shall bo maintained by the payment
of 5 cents' weekly, or tho equiva
lent in oxtrnwork for tho socioty.
An executive committee .of throe
shnll bo appointed to doViso ways I
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and mount! to carry on thu work
Art. 5. Tho meetings jhsll be
held weekly, undor the direction
and control of the president, as
hiHtcd by tiro vico presidents when
Art. fl. Tho chnrnplor Of the so
cioty shall accord with tlm namo
pinpused. It shall bo benevolent
In its design and social and united
hi jl elforts.
ceMor academy . ill hold niiinlorii.nl Jls '' "" nl8 fnu-rpriso III luinisli-re-.cpifon
at the academv building, on j U,S 't with a building so hubstantial
Wednesday evening, Dcretnbvr 10, from nntl Ornamental.
r. C. l'atlon' Xew nalldlmr.
Tho Bntton building, Wlur-h (h
now ncarmg completion, la built of
stone quarrli-il in tho neighborhood,
except tho front, which ia of brick
nml rut slono The building has a
frontage of CO foot ami a depth of
Kn irtM niwl l te alAftitii Lf..1.
, . ... ' .... . "w""to "M
'inl H"r '" ',,' MP 'or tw' "tore,
emmctc-d bj -tiding doors two
' mien reci-n front ulil, oLilnKnv
mm -it , i i ..
i ' l,rr Ih 'V-0 " ulrwy He roflr
"" l'' '""'do, fnf jirivnto tKt. The
j "iKt cido of the fir-tt floor is fitted
. up for drugs mid medicines nnd is
. ,H fet 8 in,hp" h? b'2 fert J
clear Tho cast sldo Is nrrnngod
for dry frmnU, etc , and In 28 frot
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"7 .f " n,,1 ,9 ""PP""" Willi
f ' tfl.f.1 tt..r. ti. tUt fii.l.. ...! ,1.......1.
"i.ui.niuii v.iu nuiun mill llliuugll
tlio centre. Tho flhoMnj; U put
up on patent rfitchot bur nnd
brncketa, nnd ran bo readily adjust'
ed to suit any kind of good. Tho
i "IB' 0 '" rooms arc W foot
j Tho second story U renchod from
i tno front by an oni'y stninvay Innd-
ing in n large and airy hall, which
runs the full length of the building.
This Hour Mr. Button has arrnngod
for thu residence of himself nnd
family. Wost of the hall, in front
aro two pnrloru, 18x20 foot, and
connected by sliding doors, which
con bo thrown opon, making a
single room 18 by -10 foot. South
of tho parlors aro two largo rooms
that can bo used singly or n tuite.
liustof the hnll, in front, is a suite
of two small rooms, 13x15 foot,
suitable for bedrooms. Thoro is a
verandah 10 foot wido running the
full width of the building, nnd
which will n.Tord a pleasant resort
for tho inmates during tho long
afternoons npd evenings of tho sum
To the rear, o;i the east mdo of
tho hall, aro found two lnro and
airy rooms nnd which are nrrnngud
i.i every respect for tho comfort and
convenience of Mrs. Button Ono
of theso rooms is supplied with an
"liun gruio lor o-.irning wc j or coal.
The other, to bo used ns a . cdropm,
hns nil nccpssary closets nnd. ward
robes attached. Tho rooms on the
socond floor have ceilings 12 feet in'
tho clear. Prom tho family sitting
room and across tho hall is reached
tho stairway leading to tho store
rooms below. The roof is of heavy
tin, and takt-n nsnwholo thu build-
im is vurv neurlv mn.if fini,..f fiM
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i originating on tho onUide. Tho
wood-work has bsen done by
Messis. Coslon and Castillo tho
inasonrv bv Mr. I.vnr... il... ....im,
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ing by Mr. Pipkin and tho plas
tering by Mr. Goodman. Tiyj plan
was designed by Mr.'Knton, who
died before Hie work wftg fairly
Mr. B..tton has parcd no rc-noiv-able
cpeuso (o h.ivo ovorythiugof
tlio best. quality and done in tho
bet style for a buildlngMf tlio kind,
and Vinita may vvell oongratulntc
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Tho announcement by I'rof. Cundnll'
that tho kindergarten departmnut of
this aeadcmt will givo un entertain
ment iu the Prosbvtorjau church, on
mo aiicrnoon oi vv oiinusciny, 1110 llltll
' Mill nilll Till! III.lialli.lQ t t . I ni.lAa.. ..
. I il . t
informal reception at tho academy
building from 7 to 10 p. in. of tho tsamo
dv, will bo sufficient to cnuso a large
attendance on both occasions by tlio
very many friends of our noble Institu
tion. Creek Items.
J. Y. Ferryman, was sworn in
us Principal Chief of the Creek Na.
tion, at Okmulgee, Dec. 5th, 1883.
Coweta Micco, Assistant Chief, de
clined to qualify.
Carr has been olocted Chief Jus
tice nnd S'umiol Brown, treasurer,
of the Crock Nation. Col. Samuel
Chicote, Kspicchoc, David Hodges
and G. W. Grayson appointed
Delegates to Washington.
n i (tin itiu ' nvtn ttuii niunuiitfl HI
Mr. F. A. Luco. of thi City will
commence the canvass ofthls plncll"irticulura ""1"'' at this olllco
next week lor the salo ol nursery
stock for tho Mid-Continontnl
nursery, of Kunsas City. All in
want of stock should see him before
ordering. Tho firm havo a reputa
tion vvhioh is beyond quostion. Mr.
Luce will attend to the dolivory
horo andgurantees perfcot satiefae
tion and that stock will bo deliver
ed iu good condition. Sec his spec
ialitics in grape and ponchos.
Stoi.rn From near Fort G ibson ,
Ind. Tor., on November 10th. a
Span of Mules, Wagon and Har
ness The MuIob aro black, 15
hands high, one a horso and tin'
othor a mare mulo. The horse
tnulo is branded Con shoulder
The wagon is a "Mitchell," and
win sold by Turner, Muskogee
Iho parties who stole tho outfit
nro n small dried un looking: white
V"1.',1' ?hout, 00,yea I(1- "'l
Ptillard, and a siim young man of
about 20, with his light arm off
nuovo tho elbow, narnad Abo Pol-
lard. '1 hoy also had another sp..n
ot small brown mules with thorn I
Last lieard from at Wngoza, Potta
wotamie Nation, where they in
qui red tho way to Colorado City,
Toxas, and whore thoy traded tho
small inuios wjtli .Miss A. IJ. Wil
property to meat Ft. Gibson, I. T,
bon for n huge ijray niaro branded i fcntanre,idtrinuir,tia. iiinuiwktwui
ri r ...:n t ' i ""'',! '' w" ,r,i lhlil7-nri jrari'suvrlMirM.
J'. 1 will pay tho above reward I . ivinisobuiniitiniu(bMUNircuanD.4imi
for the dolivory of the thieves and ISralftM
, 10tf I). W. Ul'PHYHEAD.
iKiw, riMnviLtM wmi m wrmtemm
0cr coats chop nl Liwi-'.
Go to I'ttt'onV for Hour.
Sjiiondid fruit butter lit II. Bnlcii
tine's. Buy A. V Kclbj boots nt Lewis,
Tr- t'n Put. c C tv patent Hour.
fi r'i II kcej - it
I'.ition A oo alw,iH ul
Now goods just rocolvod atStcvo
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All kinds of Christmas tovs nl
The boat Uollor mill flour nl
Wlioro do you buy your grocorics
At Kobt. IronsliU'g.
Bountiful black cushmuro dross
goods at Lon'U'.
If you M-nfit liargiiins in furniture
goto Horman's, (Jhctopa, Kansas.
Buy Inguayrn, coflbo at IT. Baluji
lino's Strongest codec that grows.
Buy tho eclcbratod Zciglor shoos
at W. C. Button's & co..
Hardware at soft prices at Uoht.
hey can (It any man or boy nl
!' with No. 1 clofhinz.
Stevo Bluojaukot pays boat prices
for hides and furs.
Have you seen 'om? Those
Christum? toys ntBobt. Iionsido'B.
I'or ladie dross goods in nil iho
latist styltscull on Mrs. Button.
Food, vegetables and fruit at
Full lino of dioss goods nnd trim-
miiigs nt Lewis'.
Carving cts; fancy toilet sets;
blond boxes; tea servers ci co.
Willams it Lyon, Chetopa Kansas.
Every body;eoll at Button's nml
inspect their immense stock of
Go to Heiinnn's for baigains in
tho fumituro line, Chetopa,
Anothor car load of flour! bran
"A I o r t i i t7
nnd ship stufl'just received at II.
Ifyou want toys for the littlo
folks call on Hubbard Boss at
Firo-craekuis for tho boys, dolls
for tho girls andgrocories for every
body at 11. Balcntiiio's
Tho largest and best assortment
of gonts clothing and over coats at
Lewis has tho agency fur Clopp
vv Ilsiley's hve lomnnilts. Cheap
est lace oji vutb.
Tho fruijslit trains pn tho Fiieco
k ..... . .
e inrunmg ontr imvv nml Ufccn
int.tiWHl recDivego0ds dally.
Hon. B. b'r Adair is now wear
ing ono of Lewis bosssiiitt. Frank
knows what's what.
The corly breakfast is the hnnd
Huui'sl stove and tho inot jwrfect
baker tver made. Williams it
Lyon, 'Chetopa Kansas.
Drop in to Kobt, Irom-ide's when
you want groccriei. He will let
you dow n enwy on pi ices and sell j
you the bett good hi the market.
Guns! Guns!! Guns!!! A great
variety of guns from Zulus at 81.50
to the Fox and Parker at $50 00.
Breechloaders from S20.00 to
$50 00. Williams & Lyon, Cheto
.1. .1. Hicks is again attending to
cash customers, nt Lewis, and is
pleased because he is handling iho
most complete stock ever in the
house. G'ivo him a call.
Mrs. Thos. Bluejacket has open
ed a dress making shop, under
charge of Mrs. Luce, an experience
dress maker from the cast, and all
work is warranted to t'ivo perfect
satisfaction. Old Bock Building,
One small sorrel mulo, from tho
residence of A. N. Chnmberlin, on
Cabin creek. Said mulo was rais
ed onUllinoiB liver, below Tnhlc
quah. A liberal reward will bo
given for infoination leading to its
recovery. Address A. F. Cham
boriin, Viniti, I.T.
A number ono spun of ntulosfor
Farm for sale.
Good house, barn, well nnd cis
tern; Id acres broken ground.
Price S200. Apply to II. Balontino
Vinita. I. T.
Notice is hereby given to the
public that a grand ball and sup
per will bo given by tho ladios of
Foit Gibson on the eve of Decem
ber 2Gth, 1883, for tho purnoso of
repairing school house. Persons
from a distanco will find entertain
A. 0. Haymond
& Go's 6th Grand
Monday, Dec. 10.
Now is the time
MUN?I A CO, of Iho Bne.vnripAwrnirAtf, con.
I'nusto.icl uS.illcU'm f..r I'ninlti. Oarniia, Trads
..r, u'prriKui. n.r ioo umteo euiF, utiutOM.
'WoJr mcuuud fc-irntldotip-r. tl
rnftl o Itnrr-
I Anruw.it uai-.Z -i-.i.r.
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w o. irrrLi
W, W. J.KYId,
LITTLE, JARVIS & CO.
ros tixs njxicix&aiz aitd sale or
CJ.l?rFXji13f rcoas and 3EC3Dai!
13 National Stock Yards. East St, Louis,
XAbornJ. JLdvaxxoaa Initio On acivoign.rrxon.ta.
Drugs, Patent Medtcinos, Notions, Statlooory, &.c &c. Also
A full lino of Cigars, Tobaccos and ConfoMonerios.
BBKSUBIPTIONS CABHFULLY COMPOUNDED BY Dr. BAG BY
Ilcad.pinrlcrs of all the Doctors in Vinita at M. FUAZEK'S, Bed
Front, one door west of 'Frisco Hotel.
T. 33. ROSS, lropriolov.
I have rccontlv taken charge ofthls House,, and have put It
in FIBST-CLASS Klinno for tho Accommodation ol tho
Traveling Public. I set as good tables as nny House
in the Southwot. Meals to Citizens, &5 Cents.
When in the City Stop at The 'Friscol
VINITA.'. I.JSIP TKK.
St, Louis, Mo.
The. Only Wholesalo Yards in 8t.
" Louis Acccsslblo by Rail
, and Water,!
1. Every railroad entering St. Lonis
is directly tributary to tlicso yards.
2. Texas shippers aie informed that
connection with theso yards frpm the
Iron Mountain ASo'ithcrn railroad can
bo madu without cost nnd with niiiol.
lens shrinkage than to nny. other.
3. Thosovnrds have tho peculiar nd
VAiitiigp of being located on tho St.
Louis side of tho river, from which
(ho hundred thousand people draw
their provision supply. '
I. Every packing hoiino In St. Louis
has a reirulnr buvor stationed lion1. ,
lluyorc of cnttlo, hogs and sheep, both .
for the homo market iind onxtern ship
lueiit. nro ut nil Iiiiioh reprenentod.
.". For comfort and convenience theso
vnrds liavo no snporuir in the country
Two lines of ntreet cars upproacli hero,
lintel, telegraph olllcet and other con
veniences furstockiucn on the premises
W. A.ltAMSAY, President.
Socreturi and Treasurer. 1 I
I ftnIf"JOllt For Thpm!
kOOK-U1- r OT V neffll
S.uita Cl.tus, having such unprc
ceihntcd success, in disposing of
his large stock of fancy goods and
cbildieiiH toys after his sad ncci
deut lust Christmas, hns concluded
to tend a much larger nnd more
complete assortment of toys than
over before brought' to Vinita.
They will be found for t-alc at Bobt.
Ironside's. Dolit fail to sou thorn
"before purchasing your Chriht
-InoiIlli:TCR3 OP" TIXE-
SENECA ROLLER MILLS,
Higlictt cash price paid for ALLGBADKS of WHEAT.
Orders for FLOUR, BRAN and SHIBSTUFFS promptly attended to
I-Jhabor jNJilling Co. - - - Wonocn, ISlo.
Q. H. Keys & Co.
Olllco Nos. and 10 Exchnng building
8T. LOUIS NATIONAL STOOK
ST. CLAIR COUNTY, ILLS.
Kcei.s constanlly on hand' ,Sw
all kinds of Lumber, Lnth.i
Shingles, Doors, Hasfi;Blinds
IF YOUVANT TO BUY
give him a call,
T. . Dt.SICL
Viniln, I. T.
Pry or' s Creek, Four Miles East of Choteau.
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 EXAMINE OTJB STOCK OF -GOODS
Will pay tho highest market price for ProrJueo Ju Exchange for goo.
P. 01, Choteau,
Supt. vfe Scc'y,
And everything usually kept in
a woll assorted store. I nil low
a the lowest for cash. Call and
toe me and price ray goads.
C LA REMORTS, I.T.
Lime. Hair. Plaster Paris
Will furnish odd sizos oil
Door, Sash ana Blinds
us Cheap ns nnyboby.
Oflloo unci Yard
Opposlto National Hotel,
-ps Chetopa, . Kancas. '
w wp ptym
GrENEIl.iL MERCHANDISE ,
Oo-vnlii, - - .. IncLTe
Will sell goods for Cash, as cheap
as any house in the Territory.
Call and Examine my Stock.
-i.lMTVCTUR;ns or J
Fan ai Sjrii Wapiis.
O jST -'
ircct K c i U5!
"trio, St. Louis.
2 TRAILS DAILY!
Pullman Palace Hotel Cars through
to St. Louis, via Sedalin, daily,
Diiecl Bouto Wost and Southwest
Via KANSAS CITY.
Ai Kansas Ciiy, ?;
s no ngers
for Kimsa?. Colorado, New .Mexl
cp a:id California connect with Ex
press .Traitu of all lines.
mado with Ex
press Trains for all points in Kan
sas and Nebraska.
Connection is made
with nil liiidf lctid.
lig to tho North and West,
P. riLtmCK, Gen'l Pass'r .nent?
C. It. KLNS.V.V, AsVt ll.u'l p.'r.g
W. B. HALSILIi,
Foat-ofSoe, Vinita, I T.
VurtnliM rnr mitrLw rid.! nlil lirn.lA
Uani.li, on Dird Creek, clfjlit mtiuA
i uuriil ui luifin, l.
IV V., t.'oti
villo, Kdi, '
Varw Ftr Sale.
Thirty-fivo n.crea in cuUivntl.
uoon raiiKO jk swck vjou4 vi
Ing orchard. Apply to or a.ilcht
J, V, C'nttchiiol'd, ,
( iu ratoo.a ,i.i
'VililU. Sc tL. 20 fS;'
G. II WtfrrenlMftpiireiiv'd 'il
rivnnA ns... Ariit u.m ,.i, , t . I
br's creou. nrfd reiUCtB tt' -.
putrorMge nH,Liveu.i hts prsb
sor. 4numi,vyin oe r.n. v .
tlio bWiCi manHKoniont an ' i ,' it
sanw imiir sw, .. mm,.. luq
right. X4m. ...
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