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THE C HEFT A1N
91.00 PER YEAR.
VINITA, I. T. DKC. 21, 18S3
All who aro Indebted to tho Oiincr
txin olllcc lll be liberally rewarded by
(lie knowledge of having performed a
righteous net If they will make It n
during the present
fold: id It was Tuesday.
Christmas! Tuesday next.
Corn la 30 cents per bushel in market.
lr. Frsteo niade'n business trip west
writhe Frisco thin week.
H.N. Melton P. M. at
aw in town this week.
Mine ribbons instead of bluo
mark to features of the day.
Tuo car loads of lumber for W. L.
Trotts J'.uiberyard arrived yesterday.
M. W. coui'h shipped ono ear load of
hogs and uuo ofcattlu from oh visa last
About COO persons luuetied on the
bin nt Tahlequab, Tort Gibson and
Prof Cundall spent Sunday in Oswe
go, and occupied thtt pulpit of the Itcv.
Mr. John Whlntlar, oi Sac ami Fox
Agency, pusred through town en route
fur the north.
FredandMrs. Uhotoau are rejoicing
over an cloven pounder o( the male
Yiulta prxnslou market is well sup
plied with beef, pork, chlccciis, ducks,
tnrkeya and quails.
Mr. 0 8. Kobluson is at his pjst at
0, W Green's, after a sliort but severe
attack of sickness.
Choice I.ltor'aturea monthly reprint,
from the best magazines of the day
One dollar a year.
Tho Sac Journal, Dec. 8, W. J. Carter,
tditor, is bjforo us. May Its shadow
neter grow lass.
FarmeiH have availed themselves of
the lute lino weather, and goucrally flu
libed gathering in their corn cropi.
The vruathar is inclined to extremes
-last week It was pleasant beyond de
scription; this it is the other way.
A very slight sprinkle of snow ap
pealed on the gtmind Thursday morn
ing the 20th day of December, the first
V ruaawaj' team on IIUiuIh avenue,
W IniMdiiy, ai'attsrud lumber for ser
e 1 .il.cki, hut failed to Uislocato any
Joint lo thr wagon.
Hi a Pill.yC. II.tikll,M. C. from
Kune.it, nnd n pure and noble man.
dted last Sumlity in Wnchlngtou anil
uh buried nt Lawrence, Wrdiiodnr.
II. 0 Hull, merchant at TuIhu, I. T.,
rni'.v nt tho oflice if tho Chieftain,
WeiiiFKlay mnruhig, on his way t
Kitiih.. Mr. 11. reported a flair ijulet
rtbm: t Inn pljM'M.
Will (.'hnmberlin'H ovrl Is suga.itiru
of tlu hard-pUHhed-for-somethlng to
Day li,ii'ig loVer tn UU (jweotheart.
Tnali . d'. I you over thue an howl; what
iMth t oirf eyes thay got; h.iint tliey?
Dio I.inis Moutlily Magazine, of i'.'j
pitfji, for iJecembjr, in filled with
ch'iu'tf and Inntructi vo roa ling. Tenni,
$2 5 a year. A 1 Iresi Frank Heamnn,
IH Ihble Houhj, NjW York.
fi. K. McSiiadden'charg j do Aflairs"
i'fU W. Gi con's new ensh Htoro at
i Uvlien I. T. was in town yostcrday
and irportsbutlneH good In his burg
anl the town Improving rapidly.
Any ono wanting a goo I washing ma
rhino an I wringer can bo supplied with
lh best manufactured ly calling on It
1). Knight. Seo his advertisement clso
whsrein this issue.
The fnr flies them cool days and
nights from tho backs of flayed ani
mals. Ba we conclude from tho skins
bronghtlnto Vinlta for sale from that
of the stately deer to tho odorous
W.8. Ross hns purchased tho inter
est of Mr. Nichols in the harness uhop
of Martin k Nichols, and would bo
pleased to see nil of his friends nt his
place of business. We wish tho new
Col. lien Ohotoau, ono of uurbest clt
ins, arrived from his home on Cabin
creek Wednesday evening with his fam
ily and procooded to Kansas City, on a
vlill to friends. The Cun:rrain wishes
them a pleasant enjoyment of the hoh
duyg and a safe rotnrn.
One night thin week ns tho west
bound freight train pulled into Prnirio
fity, abot'J oclock p. m. tho engineer
tilijoveredlunoba'rjct'on on tho track,
consisting of Iron rails. By whom
placed there or for what object It U
i-nuuiberofinerabora of tho National
l.ouncil-were In town Monday last, who
Wtro returning to their homci. Among
thorn wo met Senators C. V. Rogers,
hnmsher and Landrum; and Conn
"Horn M, Thompson, W. 0. Rogers,
Tho nnmbor of persons, bot ween fivo
.nd m hundred, who hnvo declared
themselves i f4Vor of temperanco
ithinaftvdaysnt Tahlequah, Fort
uihion and Vluitn havo position, nbll
Jty nd mfltiiMiBo onough If used ear
'tHtly t 1 lK-ely suppress tho evils of
"rtiiikennoss u our lajid.
Rnlili . i .-i ii.
Agancy lor tlio Protoutivo and Dotec
ure Aiiociatlon. of Texas, for tho In
a T"rritory. with headquarters at
, Choctaw Natlou, Tho Assocta
on iselurtered by the State of ToUs,
"?, "a', for It purposo tho supproseiou
" ",ri trt!ng and the arrest and
pnnuMment of tho thieves. Mr. K. Is
Jw uaiitlcd for tlio duties pf his posl
t.S. 1,8h8h character is aguaran-
'hat hey will hi well discharged.
'M '. 'lailHmi
Hum Ilrown !. - .i. ...... i
i.uM. pai t zzu z:r:
.lay, on his way to Carll.1 . v? "
'i' HMf! '""'. t',f8"5'',C-Pt
- - !. niirio
"i iniormina i in of ih nriiii
condition of his daughter, who is Milit
ia a fow inonthi of completiuB her
course ntthegovemment Indian school
Tho Cherokee l)eleHntlou to Wash
ington consists of Chief Unshyhead and
Messrs h. H. Hell and John Q. Schrlm
aher, who will doubtless discharge
their duties with ability and fidelity,
Ami in a manner satisfactory to their
people. Individually and oollectUtly
we bid thorn health and success.
The member of the Musonlc fratcr
nlty will have a public Installation, of
their olliocrs for the ensuing your, and
refreshments, at their 1o.1l.i rrmm in
Vlnita, ou Thursdny, tho 27th-the day !
mnr pniron st. John,- tho Evange
list. Members oflho order and their
ininllios are ln lied to attend.
Henry V. McrgthTrilTTellalila A.,
slstant P. M. at Fort Oibaon, has beeu
nt Vlnlta, Claremoro and Oownln with
in tho week. Vorlly, to see him around
reminds one of thn legend of Jltlp Van
Winkle. .Men w ho possets his modesty
and worth and quiet adhesivcncurf to
business arc scarce; very scarce, but of
grout value to their employers and tho
public nt large.
Mr. A. P. (ioodykooutr, whilo out
with a fow friends guuning, Wednes
day of last week, on tho Verdigris
river, uoar Clarcmoro, received a single
shot from the charge aimed at quail by
Mr. Perry, of Kansas City. It struck
in the front part of the right thigh, n
few Inches above the knee, it caused
t. painful but not dangerous wound,
and remains imbedded in the llesh.
Mr. U. reached homa tho Friday attcr
wards nud lias been confined to Ills
home down to tho time (Tuesday) that
this paragraph is penned.
Tho Omiift.u.n has its tow-lino too
ami pulled some of its measures thro'
the late Council. Notably now court
houses, protection of homo stock dur
ing tho unhealthy season and the
means of developing some of our great
-National resources. Next Council wo
shall expect to do b .tor. Oood ochool
houses, nud good roads, trad
departments In our high achools and
prison, tho enlargement of school in
Htruction, tho improvement of our
rrimiual procoduro, Ac, will he dis
cussed In tho CillHrrAiN as wore the
other!) ouly more thnro'.'irlilv. In ml.
vauco of the Kiceutlv.i Mnian.,.
Miss Sarah F. Staplerr tiMtcr of Mr.
John W. Stapler, ofTaiilcnuah.ilidd at
her residence In Washington, D.C., on
Sunday, thoOth fust., in (ho tttth year
of hor age. Mios titaplor was forHoveral
yenra beforo tho wnr, n inoinbor of the
fainlly of hcrhrothor-m-luw, tho Into
John Roh ut Park Hill, 0. N. and
had a largo circle of friends and ac-
qualnt.incui. Maiyr of the8o who yet
survive will receive tho intolUgeucu of
im ucuiu tniii pincero r)groi. films
Stapler possessed a fl.io constitution,
an nctlvo mind, a charltablo hand a-id
a h.art lull of sympathy and kinduois.
Her life for many yearn was largely do
voted to the ctrea'id linppini'33 of oth
ers who will cherish through coming
timo tho dovotion and solf denial of'
The Sunday hVlioot of tho congrega
tional church of Viuitn, will have n
Christmas Tree which will bo unveiled
nt llvo O'clock christmai uioniiug.
Tho committie to roc-jlvu an I arraTj;o
thopre.Mniit'a will bo . nt tho church
Monday afternoon. Tho exorcises will
consist ofmusii', Sundny-scliool rocitu.
tlons.u free lunch and tho distribution
ofpivsent. Superintendent Ed-nond-son
will make the occasion onn of mirth
nu I enjoyment to his bright little flock.
Don't forgot "Dom Rolls" u ringing.
Worcfstr Academy cloioi to-day its
flrat term of tho current school year,
altera very prosperous session. Tho
vacation will extend oer tho holidays,
and the next term begin January 3,
Thecxorcifcsof tho Kindergarten de
partment took place iu tho Presbyter
ian church, Wednoiday afternoon, and
wero attended by an intelligent au
dience. They wero conducted by Miss
Florenco E. Woodworth, and wore not
ouly novel and interesting to tlio per
sons prasontbtit gave evideuco of pa
tience, fidelity and skill on tho part of
the teacher nnd aptness and onthusl
asm on that of tlio class. Wo almost
wished oursclf a child again, that we
might acquire tho songs and drill ol tho
school to t.iku along with us in tho
coming years as a, pleasant memento of
tho past and tho moans of instruction
and amusement to tho juvenilo mem
bers of tho household. Miss Wood
worth standc iu tlio front rank of Kin
dorgnrten teachers and imparls in
struction with intelligence and enthus
iasm and, there-lore, necessarily iu tho
moat successful manner to those under
Tho Reception given Wednesday
nii-'ht by tho Faculty and members till
ed Worcester Academy witli a host of
tho friends nnd patrons of that institu
tion rnd wrsavoty pleasant occasion
to all present. Ice cream, cake nud
cofTco wero sorvod to all, and wero fol
lowed by music, rehearsals by tho
young ladies and brief remarks from
Prof. Qundall nud Dr. McCreery.
of Chotopa Profesbo: Cundall,
spoko of the efforts and purposes whluh
lead to the founding of the school and
which would sustain it anil boro test--mony
to the superior qnalitlc.Uions,
tho untiring application and the ele
vated aims of hi RCsistants Misses
Durham, Woodworth andtioodykoonU
Dr. McCicery spoko briefly of tho ad
nutagci of tlio institution to tho local
interests of Vinita, of tho pleauro ho
experienced from his presence at the
reception, or tho puro and ennobling
principals of morality anil religion
tauuhi and Dado the Academy a hearty
God speed a sentiment cordlully recip
rocutod by tho entire audience.
OTho HirvEns' OrtPB Is I
tied March and Kept., each
yean a 10 pages, 8xlH
inches, with over ,UQ0
llltutrailons a whole pic
ture gallery, (llvo-i xUule
sale priccj three to wwumcri ou all good
fu purwinal or family utt. 'J'cils how
to enter; and gi '"'' co' f mcrZ"
thin; you Ukei nit lbiikf wri M ''art
fun Jiith. Thwa iiivahmUo loks coi,
talninrormsiion gleaned from tho nine
kctof tho woiU. Wo will mail a M"
X-'ivo lo any alJrew njion reivijit ri'the
pMtago 7 uciiM, 1-ct u htjr Xroui y- a.
MONTQOMERY WARD & CO.
r Wokuh Ainu, CJIAliro. Ill
sHa. 'w').'ff.'S"At 'Wmm mi" j.i 'jaii
r". c."r ? . i? .
. ..."." '.:. '. "V"""- w ,0'" nt
I tho MM.,n of tho Nation,,, Co,;; 1.
iiiii.iLiu ninir limn hi i'i hiuKii!, i !. .
just cioecil, in cniltrnvoring to obtain
redrew for the Pliawn?( citizen of tho
Nation, in tho matter of with. holding
from tlfem a portion of tho money lato
ly paid per capita to tho nntlvo Ohero
kcos, iiuvc returned without accom
pllMhltig anything. Such rm alio tho
caio with tho Delaware and adopted
The lecture of Mrs. Molloy. of I'll
nols, took place ns announced In our
last number, Saturday ind Sunday
nights. She also occupied the pulpit
of the Congregational church on Sun
day morning, nnd nddrossed the Sun-day-school
in tho afternoon of Hint
day. Tho increanod nt tendance at
theso meetings showed the interest
inwaKonoil liv tlto clouuolit lecturer.
jSundny night the Methodist church
I was crowded and a number of persons
tlod on tho blue ribbon. A few more
addresses would havo accomplished
doubtless liarcasod rosults: but as it is
,wo doubt not that great good will fol
low those dcllvere 1 In many individual
cases and to tho goneral community.
Headquarters (Irand Army or tho Re
public VKVAnTursr or Kansas.
L'AOIII CRRRK TOST MO. 1
Vlnlta, 1ml. Ter. Dec. 17, 18S3.
At a regular mseting held Dec. 7, ,S3,
tho followiug officers wore elected for
tho year 1B8I: 0. H. Johnson, .-. 0.1
Houston Smith, 8. V. C; Thos. L.
Cllukcnbeard, J. V. C; G. S. Walker,
l..n.; .11. l' razee, Hurg.; Ia:iu Parris,
O. D.; J. O.Suttoti, 0. G.; W. Y. H.
roreman, Chaplain; W. T. Havls, Adjl;
J. C.Trott, Q. M; S.; P. Tovey, 8. M.
Post meets FUst and Third Fridays
in each month, nt Masonic hall. All
members in good staudlng are respect
fully invited to attend.
C. K. Johnson, Post Corad'r.
K. A. Luco, Act'gAdjt.
Mrs. Timberlake, Misses Kittto
Sclirim-rhor, Lizzie Musgrove,
Augualinit Hogora, Nannie Mo.
Crnoken, and Mnud Itogors mado
the Cliicftnin oflico a pleasant via
it Monday rind binilos still wrontli
the countcnnnccB ol our hnndeuniu
From n well mformodsourco wo
learn that there aro about 15,000
head of cattle on tho range of Bird
creek nnd its tributaries from Ca
toosa as far west as Tulsa and Ski
atook, in tho Chorokco Country,! nd
vliich aro owned by a half dozen or
more pontons whose ranches aro
located in that sebtion. Tlio
ran go which is ono of the boat iu
the country.hiw been burnt already
to an extent unusual so earlv in
thoscaxon. Tho result is scarcity
of feed and the rocent few days of
severe cold weather with a high
wind blowing troin tho North, is
causing stock to drift beforo it to
wards the South despite tho efforts
ofcattlu men to hold them.
Christinas toys nt II. Balentino's.
Colgate's soapa nt Patton A Co's.
By a musket at II. Balentino's.
.See tho Christmas goo Is at Hold.
Another lot of toys
Albums, toi'u-l soU and per fum
cry at Patton ft Co's.
If you want bargains in" furniture
go to Herman's, Chetopa, Kansas.
Gatnos for tho
little onus at
Go to Patton A Co's for hanging
Go to Green for mince meat for
Ncilson'a sccrot nnd
aro at Patton A Cd's.
in cans nt
Go to Patton
A Co'u for Christ-
New groceries of every diBcript
ion just received at II. Balentino's,
Patton A Co's havo a nice lot of
silver cups. Just tho thimg for
Carving sets; fancy toilet sets;
bread boxes; tea sorvers A co.
Willams A Lyon, Chetopa Kansas.
Goto Lowis' and aco tlio fine
display of candies, toys and Christ
inas tricks of all kinds..
Splendid lot of shot guns jUst
received at II Bnlentino's.
Patton "A Co's sell the beauty
cigar. Stop in and buy a box.
Goto S. A. Bluoiacket's nt Hock
building for fruit jollios, candies Ac
400 dozen frosh oggs at Balon
tine's, only 20cts n dozen.
If you want to make a nico cako
for Christmas got tho Poirco City
Hour at Groon's.
Go to Patton A Co's to buy
swuothoait one ol thoso nice
S. A. Bluejaekot pays highest
cash prico for hides, furi Ac at
Keep up with the times. Go to
Patton A Co's to buy a nico Christ
mas cloakj "
Lowis lias a largo stock of Christ
mas toys; drums, guns, horses,
Thero is a decline in grot-ones
at S, A. Bluejaokot's. Now is tho
time to purehaho nt Rock house.
Go to Herman's for bargains in
tho furniltiro lino, Chetopa,
Every body call at Pntton'a nnd
inspect their immense stock of
J, C. Jackson ismakinga salo of
htock at Prairie City for Mid-Con-
unciutu nurseries oi lvnnsas i tty '
and is having good burcoes.
A Ulutjnckot will Boll
r.cric rhirrr than imv
one (Mil iuiI hif linn nt tiiu rock
Tlio largest nnd best n.-sorltnctit
of cents (ilothtng nnd ovir coats nt
W. C. PnlloriH.
Oo to tho now grocery Iiouso of
Allen llro. rnt side M. K. it T.
It. H. for now fresh nnd cheap gro
ceries. Green has
bargains for nil his
wants to sue, thorn
Tlio early breakfast is tho hnnd-
soinest stove nnd tho most perfect
baker ever mado. WiUmms it
Lyon, Clu-topti Kniwns.
F. A. Luco has quit tho painting
business nnd is at work for tlio Mitl
Continental Nurseries. Give him
your orders and you will get good
Krout, cranberries, pioklcs.
btiftkwhunt Hour, mnplo syrup aiul
nlmost nny thing to tnnko you com
fortahlo nud hnppy can no found
Dotit forgot to visit OmyHvillo
during holiday suuson- Hicks
will wclcoino you with sweet "lin
gering mink's .
Tlio Mid Continental Nursorioa
of Knnsas City will furnish you
the best vanclios of all kinds of
Iruit trees and shrubbery.' -K. A
Highest ensh price paid
gnmo, times and ntrs at the
grocurv storo of Allen Bros,
sitloof M.K. AT. It. K.
Dont forget that a large assort
ment of toys, candies and other
Christmas goods in abundance can
bo found at Uobt. Ironside's.
Christmas seldom comes but onco
a year, and if A, C. Uaymond sells
you bargains in hardware, furni
ture, stoves Ac, which he will do
buy goods at A. C. Kavmond A
Guns! Gunsl! GunsIII A grea'.
variety of guns from Zulus at S1.50
to the Fox and Parker at 850.00.
Breechloaders from 820.00 to
850.00, Williams A Lyon, Chcto
Allen Bros, havo established
themselves in tho old barber shop
oast side M. K. A. T. U. It. with a
brand new stock of groceries and
nsk a share of tho patronage of tho
citizens of Vinita and vicinity.
Mrs. Thos. Bluejacket has open
ed ti dress making shop, under
charge of Mrs. Luce, nn expeiienco
dross maker from the east, and all
work is warranted to jjivo perfect
satisfaction. Old Bock Building,
J.J. Hicka makes tho following
ofi"e$; Any i eison buying ten dol
lars woith ol goods atone time nud
paying cash lor gnmo at Lewis,
will be entitled to one guess as how
many beans in one halt bushel and
the. person guessing tho closest to
tho number if H.man, will bo pro-bented-with
a good buitofclothes.if
a lady ono velveteen dross patent
worth 81."),00 beans to bo counted
by a disinterested party loth day of
"February next. Kvcry ten dollars
gives yoiTone guess and a heap of
goods. Try it.
Jewelry marked down cheap!
Prices greatly reduced at M. Fra
zee's Drug $toro.
One small sorrel mule, from the
rcsidenco of A. N. Chamberlin, on
Cabin creek. Said mule was iais
cd onJUIinois river, below Table
qtiah. A liberal toward will be
given for information liadinu to its
iccovery. Address A. F. Cham-!
bcrlin, ViniU, I. T. j
Notico is hereby given to the
public that a grand ball and sup
per will bo given by tho ladies of
Fort Gibson on tho eve of Decem
ber 20th, 188:i, for tho purposo of
repairing school house. Persona
from n distance will find entertain
Strayed or Stolen. From Horso
creek on Dec. 1st. One heavy built
bay horso fourteen hands nnu three
inches high, four yearn old, shod all
round. I will nav SUjO.OO reward
for horse nnd conviction of thief if
stolen or 310.00 for recovery of
horse. S. J. BuitNS,
Stoi.kv From near Fort G ibson,
Ind. Ter , on November 10th, a
Span of Mules, Wagon and liar
noss. The Mules nro black,- 15
hands higl ono u horse and tho
other a inaro mule. Tho horso
mule i branded C on shoulder.
The wagon is a "Mitchell, nnd
wns sold by Tomer, Muskogee.
Tho parties who stole tho outttt
aro n small dried up Junking nhito
man, about 50 years old, iiained
Pollard, and a slnn young man of
about 20, with Jus right arm ofT
abovo the elbow, namnd Abe Pol
lard. They also Jiad another Hpun
of small brown mules with thorn.
Last beard from at Wngozn, Potla
wotamio Nation, whore they in
quired tho v a v to Colorado City,
Texas, and whoro they traded the
small mules with Miss A. B Wil
son for a largo gray inaro branded
Jl. I will pay tho abovo reward
for tho delivery of tho thioves and
property to meat Ft. Gibson, I. T.
13tf D. Y. Bl'snYHBAI).
A. 0. E,aymond
& Co's 6th Grand
Monday, Dec. 10.
Now is the time
i? -r .
rAimuMxa twmiUMMm. :jj'
W. II MTTIK,
W W JRVIS.
LITTLE, JARVIS & CO.
for the rrjnciiJiox: aitc a&t,s ojp
GJ.'Xf'XfJLMTif XXOaS etudL SDEOD3IJ2P
13 National Stock Yards. East St, Louis,
X-iboral Advtvn.ooa lulxdo On Gonqignjmorvfca.
Patent Mctltcinos, Notions, Statioocry, &c &c. Also
A full lino of Cigars, Tobaccos and Confetionorics.
I'RKSCUIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED II Y Dr. HAG 11 Y
Headquarters of all tlio Doctors in Vlnita at M. FUAZEK'H, lu
Front, one door west of 'Frisco Hotel.
M. FRAZJS1S, - - - Vinita, 1. T.
T. JD. ROSS, lropriotor.
I havo recently taken charge ofthis House, and hnvo put it
in FIRST-C'LASS Slintio for tlio Accomniodation ol tlio
In the Southwest.
When In the City
St. Louis, Mo.
The Only Wholesale Yards in Bt.
Louis Acccssiblo by Hn.il
1, Krcry railroad entering tft. Louis
is directly tributary to these yards.
TeJtns slilDDcrs nte informed thut
ronnertlon with tlipffe ynrds from the
Iron Mountain Southern railroad can
lie nimlo without cost niiil with much
less shrinkage tliiiu to any other.
3. These yards have thn peculiar ad
vantage of behiK located ou the St.
Louis sdlo of tlio river, from which
fivo hundred thousand pcoplo draw
their provision supply.
J. Kvery pnekin; house in St. Louts
has a reattlur buyer stntlo.ied hunt,
Buyers of cattle, hogs und slircp, both
for the homo luarlccl und eastern ship
ment, are ut nil times repruhentod.
5. lor comfort nnd convenience theso
vnrds hnvo no superior iu tlio country.
Two linoj of street cars approach heroi
Hotel, telccrapli olllces and other con
veniences for stockmen on the premises
W. A, BAMSAY,
Hccreturj1 and Trc
'1FJ .'. V
nft.. ?.. tm .. It-. .11
i-i . puis a ibviaii,
fiir ami alt vailetlr of
:.irti ry guck,liotli Im
iirlMl nnd imIItc, t-
'XB&.'t'J V-f liclillv
ip-hi! it i.n.r.
y an mo new
rit of ratru ami
eir!'i.r Ukcot fnr
I.a Lr ottr'.('lrruliira
lllai k Inlrr-, Ciiuir.K'tr, '! r na til AKCIiU.ttA
V:'ttr"i,rruitainlKInrrrittir, ami all ilurtl
iultiiritlrniillia ln,airlrtrU'. AUowliule
ir lor lull of 1V.1. tin () irirul, IV-Mlnt'ton,
I'leiitl". tiii-l 'O(illurultli.ii(-M'iliolrclcil
lir. Agi-nu a'raya il il Wrltn fur tfrnn.
S. V. VALMLMt, Kantu City, Mo.
MUNN A CO., of thn BfinmrwAKmicAW. n.
tlnua ut H u Sallcltiiri fur I'Monta, CaTniu, Trvt
Mir. OiPTrliibta. for ib United Hum, dinad.
ICnalaod, rnuiM, Uarmanr. cla. liana llook abuut
I'.ienti wnt five. Tbtrtr-M-TMi trora' up rlraco,
lHtonUnbUlnM thmaah It UN N A to. amnotlcwt
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ilr. FplcnJid enirralnra aitd tntrftl
H Die n aid nirrmlnir anil lnlr-attti in.
ormstlon. Ppcimn copy of ilm KffMtlie Amfrm
cutt ttnl frr. Ad-lrg MIT.1X A CO , b( iCNTino
AUCK10 IN ORtoc, 30) Ilnuidiriir, how Turk. j
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SENECA ROLLER MILLS,
23lSnEIOA., 3ST2Z3 U"0?OSJ Co., IVSCO.
Highest cash price paid for ALL 0 HADES of WHEAT.
Orders for FLOUR, BRAN and SHIPSTUFFS promptly nttomled to
I-Iiibcr iMilling Co. Soncca; Mo.
CJ M. Keys & Co.
Oincc Nos. arid 10 Kxcuanjjo lltilldlng
ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOOK
ST. CLAIR COUNTY, ILLS.
Keens constantly on hand
nil kind of Lumber, Lath,
IF YOU;WANT TO BUY
OIVE HiM A' CALL
Isct as good tables as ntiy House
Meals to Citizens, 5 Cents.
Stop at The 'Frisco!
We are now carrying one the largest stocks of
Consisting of dry
shoes, groceries, harness, saddles, &c., &c, ever -brought
to the Territory which we are selling
at the very lowest possible profit.
OiUL ViSTD EXAMINE OIJK STOClf ,OF 'GOODS
Will pay tlio highest market price for Produoe In Exchange for goo.
P. O., Choteau,
Supt. & Scc'y,
And everything usually kopt in
a well assorted itoro. I sell low
as the lowest for cash. Call and
see me and prlee my goods,
Lime, Hair, Plaster Paris
Will furnish odd size) oft
Door, Hash ami Blinds
as Cheap ns anyboby.
Oflico and Yard
Opposlto National Hotel,
Oownla, - . Tnd.Te
Will sell goods
as any house in the Territory,
Call and Examine my Stock.
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Fan li Sjrii lap.
Four Miles East of Ohoteau,
Gr 3E3C. XISS-VXaai.
- - " - . Ind. Ter
STXtx St. TjOXiAsm.
2 TRAINS DAILY!
Fullmnn Palace Hotel Oars through
to St. Louis, via Sedalia, daily,
Direct Ilouto M'uBt and Southwest
.Via KANSAS OITY.
At Kansas City
pit a au ngerts
for Kansas, Colorado, Kow .Mexi
co nnd California connect with Ex
press Trains of nil linea.
mado with Ex
press Trains for all points in Kan
sna and Nebraska.
Connection Is mado
with all lines load-
ng to tho North and West.
Superior AtcomtnortuttQnt I
P. rUANliLKK, flen'l iWf.tfWH.
V, II. hINNA.V, Ass't Oeu'l 1'nm'r A'l.
for Cash, as cheap
Lewis & Co
- - Wis
r ton it r. ns o :
hats, caps, ttoots,
W. K. UALSELIj,
Poat-o'HQO, Vlnlta, I
Various l-nr inarcs and old brauds
Itancli. mi Ulril Creek, etiht tnllf
north of Tulsa, I.-JV
P 0,, CC lev.
mlUs Mifth nf
I'ttrw Far ,Sle.
Thlrty-fivo ncro.i in cultivation
Good rango for at ;ck, Oorwl bsr
ing orchn.nL Apply to oi4 mldrtMi
J. V. Crutchfigld,
3 16 Ciitwwi, L T.
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I iHaSaL ' f?
t i SaSaSaBai '
' t Vinita, Sept. 20, 188'
G.II. Warren U-m purcuud Ui
Grand River Mills, wouthof PrV
or's crtH)k, hi id rqut trw sw
patrwaw s Kivcn Ut Mt preilfen.
aor. Tho mill will bo ftn under"
tlio same uiitujjviuoi ,ni hv the
mo nullev aa bolon- -TiiCM.
2ll. Chhtemi, f. T
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