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Sfectiags ererT-Eifrbt t' Tcet.
3fad J Xad ! Unprecedented mad!
W.E. Hotel! went rett on Sunday
TMXrty-nine nw subscribers in the
Jut six jars !
Thejatest suicide : A mule blew out
fci kBS here tot week.
John "L. Eodgers ol VTacooIa has le
turacd Ig "Worcester Academy.
Hhy is a loaf of bread like the-sun ?
Because it is light when it rises.
AlbertSTorris came to town-Tuesday,
adleft Wednesday forFi. Smith, Ark.
Give it p.
Engisad like an old hen?
Because her son never sets.
Mrs.lL Cox is attendingto the busi-
ut C C Ironsides' daring his ab-
give on our nret page a oettcr
of all the news of the world
thaa any paper in the Territory.
Asc. of Rev. Charles Bluejacket is"
very sick with pneumonia- Dr. Davis
i called, SosOay, going on the train.
Greea famishes tho skates, and Pat-ton-iCo.
the arnica liniment for the
katfs at the rink in Baymond's hall.
Doctors say it's healthier to lie on the
.light side Ke know better. Lawyers
jut; as healtliv as anybody, and they
1 ' "
3rs. Sadman has returned to Yinita
with a pair of twins. Her husband is
In Texas. She is staying with John
3Jr. aad Mrs. C.G.Ironiidca and Mas
ter Harry are on au extended trip cast,
and wSl visit relatives in Michigan and
John Payne lost his horse a few days
ago, by its slipping on the ice and
breaking its leg. He gave a man a dol
lar to kill it.
The ground froze deeper this 'Winter
than ever before. As a consequcnce.the
mnd will be deeper. Go to Green's and
If yon want to get all the news, and
keep yourself posted in all that is going
on bath at home and abroad, subscribe
for the Ckxeftaet.
little Lena Edmondson died Wcdnes-.l?y-
corning. The funeral will be at
tks residence, Thursday, at 10 odock.
She will be buried here.
Mr; .Mose Hammer, living on Caney,
-dd very suddenly last week. He was
about 40 years, old, and a good citizen.
Xayisond A: Co." furnished the coiSn.
JokaT. Gano, son of Gva. Gano.was
jRnied at Dallas, Texas, to Miss Clarr
Bell Helm, on the 10th Inst. Gen.Gano
At ifcll known throughout the Indian
Worcsster Academy now has two
rooms seated with desks, one with
chairs and one with, recitation seats.
The prospects for this term are better
tka ever before.
. A kgacjr of $6,099 has been left to the
Abwcm Home .Sessionary Society,
pwe-tkird of which is to be expended
in laiKaa. work. Itis to be used in the
rbwldingof Worcester Academ v.
A roller skating rink has been started
Is. Raymond's hall, and is pronounced
a grand success, byhe young folks.
Boiler skating is now more popular
lha skating on ice- Vinita is bound
to be ap with the age.
Will Trott received two more carloads
of lumber this week. If he Keeps on
attbtanttc, he will have the lirgcst
lumberyard is a3l this region. He has
ji&w the largest and completes! in the
er. J. 5- Williams, a former past or
-of the 31 . E. church here, preached to i
a. Muoa meeting in the Presbyterian
efemrcn last Sunday evening. Pew men
7ji jFrB!r place In tha hearts of
owbomm ity than he.-
A piiJ ccacert and festival will Ire
jrivea t tke CoBgregational church
danag the first or second week in Feb- j
nary. It would have to do well to ex
eel tiw commencement concert last
jptwaaer, bat it is expected to make it
-excel anything ever heard in this coun
ter. Xr.EJ. Culbertson of Bedford, Ind.,
isvawtiag EL H. Edmondson this week.
He has beea bunting in the vicinity of
fL M-Williams' ranch, He is a brother-in-law
of Lycnrgus Dalton, postmaster
ef the Hoase of 2epresentativcs at
A large car, used as a sleeping car for
laborers on the Frisco road, when neces
ary, -aras burned last wees on a eidc
track near Grand iii ver. The car had
not been in sscand the supposition is
that the Jfe-e was caused by the careless
ness of a traasp who may have camped
I it the night before.
t If 3C Prazee & Co., the dregcista, do
not sneceed, it is not for want of faith.
They have such faith in Dr.Bosanko's
couh and lung tvrap as a remedy far
conghjlds,consnmption and lung af
fections tLat they will give a kettle free
to each and every one who is in need of
a mtxlicine of this kind. 15w4
Married At the 'Frisco Hotel, Jan.
.20th, by Eev. J. W. Scroggs, Mr. T. E.
Ketehum to Miss Belle Thompson.
JAJca Belle, -having "caueht hira," will
.henceforth be called Mrs. Ketehum.
and est friend Tom, rt'ow wearing a
BHe, will in dee -time lead a lock oft
young Ketehum np to useful lives.
Major D. W. Lipe was in the city last
' Saturday, on his way homo from Kan
sas City, where be has just bought a
herd of tixteen shorthorn bulls, which
lie shipped home by way of Cevi!!e.
That is a good move. Major, sad we
jcongratnlate you on your wisdom and
.sagacity. Every man who does any
thing to improve the stock in the coon
try is a public benefactor.
"In their minds"afew of thecitlzens
of Vinita had, about two months ago,
a Varge, comfortable reading room, con
taining feercral thousand volumes of
tho choicest literature. Since that
time, although the friend of the pro
posed institution Lave nofbecn so san
guine, they have enlbtedseveral ad
herents to their plan, and the outlook
for a reading room is much better than
ever before. B . a good, steady pull by
all interested, this object can easily be
Who will make the line,
An elephant in Cole's circus is learn
ing to read can nowread twelve words.
Charley Lynch Is building a new sta
ble. "W. L. Trott has erected a new and
commodious office at his lumber yard.
The Senccas tell many stories of their
expeditions and wars against the Cher
okecs. Does anybody know whether
there are any Cherokee legends con
cerning those, wars. If. so, let us know.
We shall be glad to publish anything
which can be found on any subject per
taining to tbc old Cherokee life. Look
itnp, won't you?
One of Vinitd's skilful skaters invol
untarily sat down, while skating the
i other evening, with such tremendous
; empJlM,9 t it was supposed
teoritc or something had collided with
the earth. The doctors think bis back
bone is about six inches shorter than it
was before. A case ofsptnal compres
sion, as it were. We always did thinfc
thattkating was lots of fun.
Union meetings arc being held at the
Presbyterian church this week. Prof.
Gundall preaches every evening. Last
Winter ho preached every evening for
nearly three months in a great revival
in Wisconsin. He always has -something
to say, and speaks to the point.
He is pastor of no church in the town,
aad is in every way the best man to
take the lead in a union meeting.
Mr. Jeremiah Curtain of Washington
City was in Vinita tins' week. He is
connected with the Smithsonian Insti
tute, and is here gathering all he can
get about Cherokee and other Indian
antiquities. He is admirably qualified
for his task, and now is a grand oppor
tunity to prevent the final and utter
loss of all the storiesof the olden tiino.
j He wishes all intelligent people. to co
operate witU him in rescuing the early
history .legends and stories of tbc Chcr
okees from oblivion.
Owing to meeting Monday evening,
but few of the members of tho Literary
and Scientific Circle mot at the resi
dence of G.W.Grcen, and spent an hoar
and a half in reading and conversing
about the air. There is no way f spend
ing an evening more thoroughly de
lightful, instructive, social and enter
taining. Next meeting, next Monday
evening, also at Mr. Green's. All are
invited who wish to join and stick to
such a social circle.
Important to Ladies !
VIXITA'S LIST OP EXJGIBLS BACHELORS.
This is leap year, and by common
consent and ancient custom the ladies
have to take the lead in match-making.
The Ciiiettjus being particularly a
friend to the ladies, and profoundly
anxious that they should do as much
in the matrimonial line In one year as
the gentlemen in thrce,prcscnltothem
to-day, grati3, an advertised list of
chances. We are confident that if they
are properly approached, nearly every
one of them will unconditionally capit
ulate during the present year :
J. 3L Whalen, blonde, age 23. A car
penter; has had wide experience, and
wottld make a wise and safe pilot for
any domestic craft. Demands immedi
C. W. Pool, blonde, age 1 ; clerk in
Patton & Co's store - is the bebt-uaturcd
fellow in town, and a great ladies' man.
Probably spoken for.
Ii. H. Fields, brunette, ged CO ; mer
chant, with good business ; will mate a
good family man ; mightbe captured if
approached cautiously by the right
girl. Don't let hira escape !
S. E. Ituede, brunette, age 24; fore
man of the Ciitotais office ; intelli
gent and industrious; will be a million
aire u ne eer gs out oi ine newepa-,
per Dusincss. enouiu ic iookcu alter, t
Wm. Badgett, light brunette, age 22;,
clerk in G. W. Green's store a sober,
genucmaniy icmow ; wouhi uu ine po-
sition ot son-in-law with credit to any
family. Apply at once.
E.G-Strctoh, blonde, ago 26; in charge
of Green's cattle ranche ; of a domestic
turn of mind, and will make a grand
family man, and be sure to make a goxl
living. A good catch.
Eobert Blakeny, brunette, age 20;
clerk in Green's store ; a good violinist;
sings bass in the Gongregational choir,
and would be a splendid fellow to have
about the house. Well worth keeping
your eye on.
S. A. Lincoln, blonde, age, 24; clerk
in Chaniberlin's store : cousin of Abra-
ham Lincoln; saber and staid; a noble
feliow, but very shy; both useful and
ornamental; no enenmbmnce; title
"W. J. Strange, blonde, age 25; clerk
in Patton's store; good vocalist; of af
fectionate disposition, steady, good
habits ; might be induced to submit to
the broomstick if there were sufficient
Will Ward, blonde, age 21 ; good
and would make a good, obedient hus
band. O, la ! wbat a nice chance !
Henry E. Ridenhour, blonde, age 20 ;
devil in the Guieft us office; hopes to
be the -angel after a while; too young
to marry, but some live girl might get
his ma's consent, and file him away for
Jax. 14th, 1SS4.
We had the coldest weather known
for a long time during the first week in
We have a good public school here,
but not a very good schoolhoufc. At
the same time we have the wealthiest
settlement in th Nation. Our teacher,
MissBcttie Smith, has been trying to
collect money to build a Echoolhouse,
but has thus far met with indifferent
success. I believe, however, that CM.
McClellan can afford to build one and
give it to the pnblic And I believe that,
ratlter than leave so great a want un
supplied, he will build one.
We have a first-class store at this
point, owned and run by IX W. Lipe.
The customers are waited on by E. D.
Hicks, a Xo. 1 clerk. In addition to a
store, we have ablacksmith shop.which
has recently been enlarged for the bet
ter accommodation of customers.
J. A. Foremon and S. T. Foreman arc
building fine houses. They employ a
carpenter from Canada, the best in the
Dr. A. J. Lane lias eoramoncod build
ing a dwelling House on a smaller scaic
has gone to Kansas
fTitv fr.i irppfc. on hnsinres. I
w. - " r "
Harness cheaper than can br pur-
chased elsewhere in the Territory,
at Martin & Ross'.
Three delegates of the Western Shaw
nees John Logan, Principal Chief,
Thomas Allord and White Turkey,
passed through Vinita, Sunday, on their
way to Washington City. Mr. Alford,
the interpreter for the party, gave a
CniEPTAis rejHJrtcr the following facts
in regard to the bnsJne&s of the delega
tion, and the condition of his people.
The Shawnees and Tottowotamies oc
cupy a reserve of thirty square miles,
lying between the north and south forks
of the Canadian Kivor, and directly
south of the Sac and Fox reservation.
The Shawnees settled on their present
homes IS or 20 years ago, being the first
f occupants ot the land. A few years
afterward, the Pottowotamies, being
permitted by the government to settle
on unoccupied ceded lands, made a set
tlement on the lands now occupied by
both tribes, reporting them unoccupied
at the time of their settlement. The.
late proposed allotment of the lands
occupied by the two tubes, gives the
Shawnees SO acres each, and the Potto
wotamies 100 acres each, which the
Shawnees think unjust, and the pres
ent delegation goes to Washington for
the imroose of trving to induce Con
gress to make the allotment of lands
Mr. Alford reports his people in a
prosperous "condition, being self-sup
porting, but supplied Iy me govern
ment with good schools which arc well
attended. The Shawnees on the reser
vation number nearly 400, have a fine
country, well watered and Umbered,
and, np to the timeof tho present trou
bles, were a happy and contented peo
ple. Yinita Medical Society.
Thi Vinita Medical Society met on
the evening of Jan. loth,and completed
their organization. Memlwrs present
Drs.Frazec, Dagby, llaynos, Foreman
The new members, Drs. Late and
Burr, were balloted fur and received.
The constitution and by-laws govern
ing the Association were acted upon
The society now consists of Dr. W.R.
Da-. is, President: Dr. Haynes, Vice
President; Dr. Foreman, Secretary and
Treasurer; and Drs. Bagby, Lane, Fra
zee and Burr, Gensors.
This being the first regular meeting,
the timo was all occupied in laying the
groundwork for the future success of
the Society. All regular physicians in
good standing arc again requested to
meet and co-operate with the present
Members in maintaining and support
ing the society in its aims and objects.
A schedule of p: ices for professional
work was presented, acted upon and
adopted. The rates are in keeping with
the spirit of the times.and the same as
enforced by the medical profession in,
the surrounding ;tate3. They are in
tended to be reasonable, and in order
to acquaint the people with them thor- j
oughly, a resolntwn was offered and
adopted requesting all the members to
have printed notices with rates for ser
vices on the back of same, in sufficient
number to supply their wants, in send
ing out monthly statements. All ac
counts will be-held as due when the
services arc rendered, and a notice will
be sent ts eaeh patron on the first day
of each month, as the merchants and
grocers all expect theippay on that day.
2fo consultation will lie held with irreg
ular physicians. Xo case will be as
sumed until after the honorable dismis
sal of the attending physician, if there
be already one in attendance.
Impecunious widows and orphans,
known to be such, will rsecivo gratui
tous attention. All other persons able
to work will be expected to pay prompt
ly. A "black list" for the benefit of the
menjbcnif a be fcDpt i,y each, and rc-
,1 to y, in a boJr at Uie regular
KMuim This li.t ul show on th
..desii its," and those who are slow
The members ef this society beg to
assure their friends and patrons that
their efforts will be directed to their
-e!fara and comfort. There will be no
difference in their rates or charges ,and
they only ask for themselves a just con
sideration of their dues.
A Sbcj: Ccse roa Piles. The- first
symptom of piles is an intense itchiqg
at night after gutting warm. This un
pleasant fensation is immediately re
lieved by an application of Dr. Bosan
ko's Pile Remedy. Piles in all its forms-
Itch, Salt Bheuin and Ringworm can
be permanently cured by the use of
this great remedy. Price 50 cents.
Manufactured by the Dr.Bosanko Med
icine Co., Piqua; O. Sold by M. Frazee
& Co. " 13yl
If you want a carpet, call on F.
Cass' cash way of doing business
Cass can please you in price,
quality and quuntity.
V. J. Strange, at Patton's store,
will sell you a food overcoat at cost.
Charloj' Poole, the boss
"sfcaiist" oF Vinita, sells
clothing at Patton's.
Go to H. Balenline's, for horse
shoes, horseshoe wrought and cat
nails. He will soil as .cheap as "any
Saddles for the ladies, saddles for
the gentlemen, saddles for the girls
and saddles for the boys at Martin
W. C. Patton & Co. move into
their new building in two weeks.
Buy cheap goods vhile they remain
in the old one too many to move.
Tiie "old reliable" grocery house
of C. 0. Ironsides is still stocked
with neatest line of staple and
fancy groceries in the market.'
All ki.owing tliRmsclvos to be in
debted to W. C. Patton & Co. arc
earnostly requested to call and set
tle thoir accounts during the next
1V1 fc OTV"'
l""ul l""4""" u,h" """" -
n left hip. Shud all round : collar
and saddle m.irks Am information
as to Lis where abouts will be liber-
ally raid for Ly A. W. Foretnau,
Vinita, I T.
Cass has what you want.
Go to Green for school books.
Overcoatsat cost at Green's.
Gj to Raymond's for furniture.
Go! Go!! Go!!! to Graysville.
Goto Raymond's for hardware.
Go to Lewis for clothing. Bound
Coasting Sleds 75c. at Raymond
Blankets at cost at Nelnis' cheap
English wax toothbrushes at Pat
ton's drug store.
Go to Frazee
'& Co's for your
Slickest kind of slickers at tho
cheap cash store.
Buy neat and cheap groceries at
C. C." Ironsides'.
Frazee Jc Co. have
a full line of
Dried fruit of all kind just re
ceived at II. Balentinc's.
Harness and saddles, cheaper
than the cheapest at Lewis.
Williams & Lyon of Chctopasell
the best Stalk Cutters made.
Go to Frazee & Co's for confec
tionery, sage, hops, tie.
Linscys and flannels at cost at
W. G. Nclms' cheap cash store.
Green is still offering bargains to
unload before moving his house.
Stoves still sellinir at irreatlv re
duced prices at Raymond fc Co's.j
When you want drugs and pat
ent medicines, call on Frazee fc Co.
Call on Lewis and receive checks
for 365 happy days during 1SS4.
Ice saw3, tongs and skates at
Williams & Lyons', Chetopa, Kan.
Fresh butter, eggs and vegeta
bles always on hand at Balentinc's.
Frazee & Co. have a full line of
cigars, tobaccos and smokers' arti
cles. Smith's cough syrup is the best.
It can be found at Patton's drug
Frazce's condition powders arc
the best and largest packages on
Go to Lewis for glovcs.he i.s sell
ing them very low don't want to
Another carload of dour, com
meal and bran jufct received at H.
Large shipment of brand new
groceries received at C. C. Iron
sides' this week.
Heathen Chinee, Patchouli and
Jockev Club perfumes at Patton it
Co's Jrus store.
Raymond & Co. have now in
stock a full line of WierPIows.Cul
tivator3 and Double Shovel Plows.
Carving sets; fancy toilet sets;
bread boxes, tea servers, etc.
Willams & Lyon, Chetopa Kansas.
1SS4, startn in radiantly at Grays
ville, caused principally bv the
beaming countenance of Hicks. Go
and see him, he smiles free until
Guns! Guns!! Guns!!! A great
varictv of gnns from Zulus at S4.50
to the Fox and Parker at 350.00.
Breechloaders from $20.00 to
SoO.OO. Williams & Lyon, Cheto
The early breakfast is the hand
somest stove and the most perfect
baker ever made. Williams &
Lyon, Chetopa Kansas.
A two-horse power sheller and
grinder combined for 890. Just the
thing for stock men.
Williass & Lyox,
Cabin Creek Post, No. 1, Grand
Army of the Republic, will hold a
fair at Raymond's Hall on Feb. 22,
1SS4, with a grand ball in tho eve
The Mid-Continental Nurseries
of Kansas Citj have a large sale to
deliver in the spring. 5Lr. F. A.
Luce is about closing sale, and all
who want good stock should now
give him their orders.
Hoase and Let For Sale.
A good dwelling house, situated
in a desirable locality. House con
tains four rooms and cellar. Corner
lot 150x100 feet ; good well and out
buildings. Forparticularsappjy to
G. W. Emmcrson, Vinita, 1. 1 . "
Any person or persons knowing of
cattle branded UfjM on-left bin or side
or 444 on the Bfl right side, who
will take care MmJ of and feed said
stock will be well paid on notifying me
at Prairie Gity, G. N.
ICtf R. M. WILLIAMS.
St. Louis, Mo.
The Only Wholesale Yards in St
. Louis Accessibla by Rail
1. Every railroad entering St. Louis
is directly tributary to these yanU.
2. Texas shipiters aic informed that
connection with thcM? yards from the
Iron Mountain &S)tithcrn railroad can
e made without col and nith much
less shrinkage than to any othor.
3. These vards have the peculiar ad
vantage of being located on the St.
Louis (-ids of the river, from which
live hundred thousand eopIc draw
I. Every parking notice in St. Louis
has -a regular buyer tationcd here.
Buyers of cattle, hogs anil sheep, IkjUi
for' the home market and eastern ship
ment, arc at all times represented.
5. For comfort and convenience these
vards have no superior in the country.
two nnes ot street cars approacii ucre.
I Hotel, telccranh offices and other con
venicnecs for stockmen on the premises
I W a rvjpsvy Pnwfifont!
Secretary and Treasurerf !
VISITA, ... IXD. TEE-
Calls promptly attended to, day or
night. Special attention given to
Surgery and diseases of women
The Largest and best selected
stock at Bottom Prices.
Sewing Machines, Organs, Coffins
and Meu llic cases always
kept in stock.
S- T. 23"2rXD.l23L,
South side of Maple St.
Chetopa, - Kans.
The Live Stock Market of St. Louis
THE ST. LOUIS XATI0XAL
Locatod at East St, Louis, ilL
Directly opposite the city of St. Louis.
Buyers for all descriptio " of live stock
always in attendance, and within the
grounds of the stock yards are a beef
canning companv, with a capacity for
slaughtering LOuO head of cattle dailv,
and pork packinc establishments with
a capacity for slaughtering 12,000 hogs
ISAAC II. KXOX, President.
Cuas. T. Jokes, Superintendent. 1-3
I ! flmjHr I
I NOW HAVE A
For Sale At
CHELSEA, -1. T.
the value of your money. Give
him a call and a trial.
Pay the Highest Mar
ket Puce for
0 "' S
09 TO"- "
Zm. '- cr
Bulls For Sale 1
A Select Lot or
40 HEAD OF THOROUGHBRED &
Two and Three Years old in the Spring.
Six Holsteins, 1 Thoroughbred Devon,
and balance Short-horns. This stork
wai selected from among the best herds
in Pennsylvania and Ohio, and shipped
hero early last fall. I also offer for sale
mv Thoroughbred Shorthorn Bull.
"Bustie," three years old, weight 1,500
pounds. Call on or address
IT. W. BCSHX0RE,
ICtf Cherryvale, Kans.
Asd everything usually kept is
a well assorted store. I sell low
as the lowest for cash. CaU and
see me and price my goods.
RoM. D. Knight.
These Machines arc warranted to
finish a washing ready for the line,
without the use of tub" or board; do
not have the hands in the 6ud3
from beginning to end; and will
wash anything from a quilt to a
inm patch, and arc fi.lly warranted
against breakage for one year. I
Tmrns: 81G.00 for aher ami
Wringer combined. S12.00 for
Washer alone, with one cent per
mile extra from Vinita to place of
Vinita, Sept. 20, 1SS3
G. II. Warren has purchased the
Grand River Mill?, mouth of Pry
or's creek, and requests the same
patronage as given to his predeces
sor. The mill will ;be run under
the same management and by the
same miller aa beforo Thos.
G. II. Warhex,
2tf, Choteau, I, T,
G. H. Lewis' Great Emporium
On Pryor's Creek, 4 Miles East of Clioteau,
HAS RF.EX RESTOCKED WITH. A LARGE LINE OF
On fflil SiMaial Ml 1 11 ii lis!
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN GLOVES !
:ETATgJXnE3Bg AJST3D S 33 33 Li 3E.I &
oajl:l .ajstd exaimtjste our stock of goods
Will pay the highest market price for Produce in Exchange for m4s.
P. O., Choteau,
H" e w Groceries !
Highest Cash Price paid for Furs,
Game and Produce. Opposite F. II.
Cass', Vinita, I. T. ICtf
JOHN and GEORGE
Full New Stock just bough in Saint
Louis at lowest wholesale p. xa and
now lor sale at
Cash paid for furs, hides, etc. Cash
or goods in exchange for cattle. Trade
TULSA, I. T.
IT. D. LITTLES.
V. TT. JABTIS.
T. J. DAS1SL.
LITTLE, JARVIS & CO.,
For the Pure haso and Sale of
OATTIjE, SO GW5
db SH HjSTE,
13 National Stock Yards, E. St. Louis
BLiberal Advances Made on Con
signments. Missouri Fad
Direct Route East!
7"V St. Louis.
2 TRAINS DAILY!
Pullman Palace Hotel Can through
to" St. louis, via Sedalia, daily.
Direct Route West and Southwest
Via KA2TSAS OITT.
s s e ngora
for Kansas, Colorado, New .Mexi
co and California connect with Ex
press Trains of all lines.
At Atchison, EiXSuTeS
press Trains for all points in Kan
sas and Nebraska.
ll flmflU Connection is made
AI Uniallaj with all lines lead-
ng to tho North and West.
Superior Accommodation I
F. CHANDLER, Gen'l Pass'r Agent,
C B. KISXAN, Ass't Gen'l Pass'r Ag't.
W. H. FLETCHER, .Agffntat V
Selected with Special
Cheaper than the Cheapest !
W. L. TROTT, Having Opened a Yard in
Will keep constantly on hand a supply of both Jalive and yorthernPine Lum
ber. Also Shingles. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moldings, As. The Native Piae, beinr
shipped from the Choctaw ationI is first quality. .Orders Solicited-
Oisieo suad. Tarda ea TTIiaoSg .-ra.iao. Two Ssccs "WL- o
Oiis-ffcais. OiSso, Vsial-fca-
Will sell goods for Cash, as oheap
as any house in the Territory.
Call and Examine rny Stock.
T. D. ROSS
I have recently taken charge ofthis House, and hava put It -in
FIRST-CLASS Shape for the Accommodation of th
Traveling Public. I set as good tabloa aa any House
in the Southwest. Mealsto Citizens, 05 Cents.
When in the City Stop at The 'Frisco.
VINITA. Ind Ter
New Dniff Store.
Drugs, Patent Medicines, Notions, Statioosry, &c &c. AIM
A full line of Cigars, Tobaccos and Confetioneriss.
PRESCRIPTIONS CARfiFULLY COMPOUNDED BY Dr. BAGBY.
Headquarters of all the Doctors in Vinita at M. FRAZEE'S, led
Front, one door west of 'Frisco Hotal.
Keens constanflv on hand' N-sJ
all Kinds ot Lumber, l,atn.
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IF YOUWAMT TO BUY
GIVE HIM A CALL.
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SENECA ROLLER MILLS,.
JSSJEO'SEJO.A, r01EI-a.7E'O3Nr Oo., JUDO.
Highest cash price paid for ALL GRADES of WHEAT
Orders for FLOUR, BRAN and SHIPSTUFFS promptly attended to-
Hubor !Millinr Co. - Sonoca, Mo.
llavfa jr- - r'o K" a- I'iIbW 1 sil-Jiora bulla b 000 high.
cral - II- rt t ni bu . . rtr of 1V1.-J I - me car of hiclt grade Hereford
heifer? ) Im'i .:'. 1 -an c n r v 1 c ilf r v lleneforl and Pot.ied balls
Wcare rrr.arrl torak ccjntTa-'sfjrfti'or? J jvery for aa number Cc:
and nee us. Kuxmrtf , o:!i Gontrr i: Co,
Reference to our homo market.
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Vinita, I. T
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"" """ sizes 01
,Door, Saa and Blinds
as uncap a anjboby,
Office and "5Tard
Opposite National Hotel,
Snpt. & Se'jr.
JOEL B. GENTRY & CO.
Locast Grove Tana.
(Eight AI.usN.r.. t fNilii,)
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Short-Horn, Hereford and
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