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;f HE CHIEFTAIN
r.iiHJiiT"T'T Tbaesday by the
Ixbiax Cnmui-us Pdbushixg Co
TV P. Ucm jam , W.Scsocbs, Editors.
YurrrX l r fed. h, issl
LheroV.ee Antiquities. died. All possible means were re-
nVe propane to give from one to. two sorted to, to bring back life, bat in
3Er ffirTwU'E&r. ? vain. Being overcome in this first
Tflwrv one who knows any
the ancient history of the I
A To Oklahoma.
What are you go&ig to do hero'?"
I am going to ask Sir. l3rXoxIl
f of Missouri to introduce a resolu- . fnem of the ancient history of the instance, the--whole
tion appointing a conimitl.- f the KllhJtom rT, "1 '" '" ! doo,nod to "oV.notonly to death,
hi'iisc io mveriignte'the matter. If msb tt m f..r tins ivlum . j but to misery aftenvards, as it was
thai committee is appointed I pr - j pti,liti r0.'ffr.'in, 1S!. supposed thnt that person went to
noK to irove that Senator Plumb , miserv. Another tradition says
? Wrac verj few andinconsidcra-
:&hr exoepanathc report Jrotu
:dLthesasge countries, concerimj
the fevojafclc winter to live stock,
-are the same. The cattle lost this
! c winter will be those driven to
range kftc the past season. Tczat
of Kansas has 10,000 head of cattle ;
With rejani t the religious j
down in the country now, with fifty
men under the direction of Horry
.. ' views of the Cherokee, it sceni
that soon after the creation a young
tvxirnnii wnc liitfmi lkr ?t Sfrnnt.nnd
that, from time immemorial, they ,. , , . . . -
i i j:..:j.i : .,......!
Hibbon, formerly county funwr n "n7.,B -of
Lvon county. Kansas. H is Wh.le a great part have been idd
r..T ; .Jnv tho mlilns our atrow. worshipping the sun,nwun,
colony built. I propose to prove i
that the cattle men have raised
Largest, Best and Cheapost Stock of Furnituro ever brought to Ihc-I
ZBixariLnX Casos, oexsarts,
:Bafcy W Z&&OTX&, 2E3to . 2E2tc
I have, or can inak , anything in my line.
GUS HECK, Seneca,. Mo. .
S. J. THOMPSON,
JZSSS B. 31A.YES,
;n ob Mr ami
0 Txde Mississippi law a. woman
fe liable is indictment for assault if
rhe strikes her hushand-f but the
wan wi Halle for assaulting the
-woman if he uses awitch no larger
tlianhis little iingcr in doing so.
lr Is now prop Jsed to so amend the
t-tatato? as togivef be wife the same
immunity thalberhnsband enjoys.
The Wyomisj Tirritory legisla
ture has a stock law before it now
ihat. if pasted, will convert all
mavmess lomm !. - tractor for supplying the
source of revenue, to becxpended . ,. . , , . , J" ....
in prosecuting stock thievt-s and
what they call a corruption fund of
SoOCI,000 to keep Payne out. The
firm of Barbour, Camphcl & Co.,in
Wichita, Kansas, have paid $38,
000 far the purpose, and another
firm has paid $G0,083. I can pro ve
tliat Senator Plumb is on the bond
of Agent Miles, of the Cheyenne
and Arapahoe agency, and on that
of the asont of (he. Sac? and Foxes,
and tliat he went down there la-t
(all and told thorn, that hn would
withdraw their bonds unless they
gave him the land he wanted.
Boltz. of Leavenworth, w.o usea U
paying inspection and detective ex
penses. Jt nroposcs to sell all
O " mavericks found.- aL auction, the
-liroeceis-togatDthe Slate Stock
inca'js Assoaation fpr the purpose
above named. This is a wise law,
o ani should passr as tho mavericks
ate the unknown property of slock-
"nsenran,Trhenfennd, sliould be
? aold. Jbr the hcuefit of stockmen in
thuecticn of the rczing districts.
TasJ"ort Sumner military rcscr
vation, which.byan act of congress
i Tn,i:n .;tl. iwaAf Imfl tiAn nn iltis'
land for ten or fifteen years, but
they made him move off to make
room for Senator Plumb, and Boltz
lost at least 8100,000. I can prove
that Secretary Toller lias admitted
tliat .Payne has got us; hecaa hold
that Territory, hut we dont intend
to let him nsc it. Wc will put
some negroes down there. The
courts are instructed not to give
him a hearing." IUrviw with
Captain Payne iaK. C. Times.
Statistics for 1SS8 show that in
this countxv tho murders avoraged
stars, 4c, fec, a small part have
denied tliat system, and taught the
following : There are three beings
above, who created all things, are
present every where,see everything,
govern all things, and will judge
all men. When these beings call
any person out of thu world, they
must die ; and what kind of death
these three think- anyone should
die, thatflkind of death is certain.
The names of these beings are L-ha-li-te-qua,
great grea or tho
head of all power, great beyond ex
pression ; A-ta-no-ti united or the
jlr. place of uniting ; and U-sqa-hu-la.
Three three beiti; are aiwars one
in sentiment and action, ami always
will be, and, being the governors
and proprietors of all tilings, they
sit on three white scats ahove, and
are the only objects of worship, to
whom alone all prayers are to he
addressed. The angels areUhoir
nicseengors, anirceme down to this
earth to attend to the affairs of
men. Caty Vass.
of Feb. 14j 1374, was ordered to bs four per d?y, and the suicides two
wI3 al public auction, was lately
rrt up foe sale by Col. Alax Fro:t
to the hlgheei bidder for cash The
erration comprises nearly 17,000
acres, and was purchased by Hon.
P. S, Taylor, Gen. E. B. Sopris,
Sam Doss and Lon Horn, of Trini
dad, and-L. D. Coggins, of Greeley,
CoL, for $35,000 These gentlemen,
with the exception of Afr. Goggins,
who is a northern-man, are among
-Ihe Behest men in Southern Colo
rado, aWdhave purchased the reser
vation with, the expectation of in
Tearimj largely in cattle. Sloet-manj-prinj-r,
ner-dav: 1.4D1 norsoas met their
death at the hands of follow creat
ures, against 750 the previous year.
Ohio is the banner murder state,
leading with 103 cases. Missouri
follows with 104,tieingXew York.
Only 105 persons were executed
during the'ycar, while 92 were dis
posed of by vigilance committees
and mobs, .carrying out the decrees
of Judse Lynch. Tho suicides of
the year foot up to 910. In this
business New York leads with 201
victims. Deaths by accident un-
i doubted! v exceed anv other vear.
These is little doubt of trail cat
tle ruling high in the spring. Lo-
cated herds in Texas may occa&ion-
Yo-ho-wa was the name of a king
who Kycd a great while ago. lie
was amin, ami yet a spirit, a god,
a very glorions being. His naino
was never to be spoken in common
tain place, and the people were
told that if they would get her
spirit back to her body, that the
body would livo agnin, and tJ'C
would prevent the general mortal
ity of the body. Some young men,
therefore, started with a box to
catch tho spirit. They went to a
plnce and saw it dancing about,and
at length caught it in the box and
shut the lid, so as to von fine it,and
started back. But the spirit kept
constantly pleading with them to
open the box, so as to afford a little
light.but they hurried on until they
arrived near the place where the
body was, and then, on account of
her peculiar urgcncy,thoy removed
the lid a very little, and out flew
the spirit and was gone, and with
it all their hones of immortality.
All were Indians, or red people,
before tho flood. They had al.-o
preachers and prophets before the
Hood. Their preachers would some
times continue their discourses
nearly all da teaching the people
to obey God. They also taught the
children to obey their parents.
They arued the people of thojip
proaching flood, if they continued
to disobey God, but said the world
should not be destroyed by water
but once ; it would be afterwards
destroyed by fire, when God would
send first a shower of pitch and
Boot & Shoe Maker.
JCST Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine Shoes and Boots a Specialty.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. 21 tf
3D. "W" ZLIIB
w. r.:d.avis, M.D.
vixita, ... ixd. Tnn-
Calls promptly attctutcd to, duy or
nielli. Special attention jnven to
Surgery anil diseases of n'onien
Anv person or persons knowing of
cattle branded S?SJ on left hip or side
or 4 on the ' richt Ride, who
will take care pS of ami feed said
Mtoek will 1m? well paid on notifying me
at Prairie O'ltv, (;.. X.
lOtf It. M. WILLIAMS.
Pay the Ilipheat Mar
ket lYice for
Oow-ala, - Tnd. Tor.
Will sell goods for Cash, as clieap
as any house in the Territory.
Call and Examine my Stock.
B. B. TA-YLOB.
rost-office, Vinita, LT.
ear and pKt
Post-offic, Prairie City, I T.
i same brand
on both "sides
and bo tit 1
... .iTZZZZ ttfl
T. D. ROSS 3?roprietor.
talk. This reat kiuc commanded i then a shower of fire to set every-
thorn to re&tererys. t nth ilaand thing in aflame. 1 hey also taught
told tliem that if theyvhould"work j the people that after death the good
on that day they sfffuld die, or j and the bad would separate ; the
TwExxv thousand dollars for a
Mciw?X "Y Timt thinks is not
-ftonch In jiroDortion as S3.750 for l X bought at prices a shade off.
asngleroscplant. Moreover, the j wle the parties have concluded
enterprising florist who paid this j to quit the business But ones or
large sam for a plant is beend by tire, or she cattle, picked from the
his contract not to dispose of a sin- ' rd, are hard, to get. The demand
fie catting forfour vears, so that j fnr is class of cattle is certainly
hk iwoSt must come onlv from the i going-to be eqnal to the supply ,and
; -rt- t..i .1 a u:i hulders arc well aware ot the tact.
I he detuacu comes trom .Non- Jlex
ico, Indian Territory, "ot Texas,
and all of thenorthern rnngeeoun
try. Pricos are not yet established,
and are not liable to be for some
fins purchaser of a twenty, thousand--!
dollar cow is not confined to the
sale of butter alone. Or course, he
can propagate plants from, cuttings
fee his own stock. It sfibws how
areata profit Is made in crowing
- ropes for the sake'of the buds and t
Mooas,acd to what an extent inx
crlone living has Increased of late
years to make thli profit possible.
3tat the expenditure involved in
this manner of living cannot be call
gd iraste or extravagance; it is sim
ply scattering abroad what a. pros--pcrous.
man has gatiiered, and cir
calatiag among industrious persons
the money wh;ah, irrging through
their hands, passos through an in
tricate circuit, contributing comfort
aad enjoyment wherever it goes.
"We wish it understood thatwhile
tre criiicisu "executive construc
tions" ad acts of public officials,
we do not do it in any spirit
.of mere opposition, We prom
ised to give our convictions
fearlessly, and ire arc doing
eo. Ve give every one the fullest
lHriviletre of rcnlr. Vc want all
(he light let on the subjects of pub
lic interest that it is possible to got.
It 13 a help and an Inspiration to a
patriotic officer to know that all his
official acts will be subjected to the
.careful and impartial scrutiny of a
newspaper, and of publie senti
ment behind it. We shall not
shrink from our part, but we with
to b? understood aj doing it kindly
and courteously. But when, a few
weeks ago, we merely called atten
tion to apparent inconsistency of
the Executive construction of a law,
in which, construction he was an
interested party, a correspondent
charged us with malice. ' A groat
many people say they want a paper
to speak but its opinions boldly,
but just as sure as it does so, they
call it malice. We shall not be in
timidated by any such charges. We
expect to bring upon ourselves the
wrath of evil-doers, bnt we aek
even them to remember tliat when
we chastise them we do it for their
As Austin, Texas, telegram, un
der date of January 21at, says: "A
scheme has jus come to light by
which a number ot wealthy cattle
men can get control of all the land
in the Panhandle country, ihelnd
ing, so reports say, Capitol hinds.
A bill is drawn and almost ready
to he presented, looking to this, so
the spirit of legislative prophecy
some of their relatives. TJtey were
to hold their hands still (the plms
up) and their talk must be about
God. Ye-ho-wah was tliemost sa
cred name, one must speak it
hat persons appointed for the pur
pose, and they only on the Sab
bath. God created the world in
seven days. Xctsawi.
That the Cherokaes were ac
quainted with the Sabbath, and the
nature of h, when their present
language was formed, is tint be
yond a doubt by the language itself.
The name for Sabbath, 'Unotata
qaaska,' literally signifies the day,
the whole of which is devoted by
the people to a rest from all com
mon labor. Bnt this reel is not op
posed to weariness, nor has it any
reference to it, but simply to labor
or action. To r?t on account of
weariness or fatigue is another word
altogether, thus : Uuiawcsalaha
they are resting from weariuess,
unotataquaska they are resting.
i. e.. ceasing from
day, keeping Sabbath.
Hebrew : Shahath" to cease,
leave off, or rest from, work. It
is opposed not to weariness, but to
work or aetion. Parkkunt.
The Cherokee names for Satur
day and Monday also equally indi
cate their knowledge of the Sab
bath : Rcnotataquitena (Saturday)
literally signifies before the day
good would take a path which
would lead them to a place of hap
piness, whore it would be always
light ; but the bad would be urged
along another path, which led to a
deep gulf, over which lay a pole
withadogateachend. They would
be urged onto this pole, and the
dogs, by moving it, would throw
them off into the gulf of fire be
neath. But if any got over, they
would be transfixed with red-hot
bars of iron, and be thus tormented
The prustofFered sacrifice with
new fire .having a rack two or three
feet high fur an altar. A little be-1
fore the flood men grew worse and !
worse, and, like some of the Cher- j
okeo young men now, grew worse '
by reproof and wanting. Also, j
some infanta were born with whole
sets of teeth. Xcwawi. i
I have recently taken charge ofthis House, and have put it
in FIRST-CLASS Shape for the Accommodation of the
Traveling Public. I set as good tables as any House
in the Southwest. Meals to Citizens, J3 Cents.
When in the City Stop at The 'Frisco.
'VnSTLTJ. Incl Ter
Vioe-Pres. & Treas.
Supt. & Sec'y.
VINITA, I. T.
House, Sign & Orna
house PAnrrnrG a otzcialty
9-Sliop on Illinois Avenue, opposite '
Raymonds Hardware Store. lOtl
The BcTEnsf Genre Is to
sued JTirch and Sept, each
yex: Ui6 pages, Sx.ll4
indies, vith over 3,300
Oluftnitions a vHola pic
tnrecalJcrT. Gives wliole-
sala prices direct to amsvmtn on all goods
lor personal or family tac Tells Low
to order, and gives exact cost of everr-
i; 5 jaa use, catj drink, near, or liaTi
X UlSO lUTIinWC IKA-'lk .wu-
J. W. ELLIOTT Co..,
Post-office, Vinita, I. T.
each ear. eoo
oft of th Jeff.
cd oa left hia
i ir a"
kcU of tho world.
tain information cleaned from the mar
Id. o will mail a coit
Free to any address nnon receipt cf tie
postage 7 cents. Let us Itcar lroai you.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CCV
S3? jfe SO Ws&uk A rase Cklcsc. IS.
W. a HALSELL.
Post-office, Vinita, I T.
-PIOPI? I i JTOHS OP TEE-
SENECA ROLLER MILLS,.
Ifighcst cash price paid for ALL GRADES of WHEAT.
Orders for FLOUR, BRVN and SIIIPSTL'FFS promptly attended to
i PTitbor ZXIillinir Co. - Seneca. Mo.
JOEL B. GENTRY & CO.
Locust Grove Farm,
(Eight Miles Northwest of Si-d-!:
BBEEDEOS JIND DEALXUS IX
Tint -and and mart crop and nn-
Post-offiCc, Echo, I. T. c'
Mark.. ero ,
oft right l&r, c
Prst-ofUce, TL'hctopa, Kansas.
iu XHta civ
Vrv tors m ien
cropin left ear
A venerable old nmn approaehed
Columbus witlf great reveretce,and
presented him with a basket of;
labor a whole i . n" ' ioU re (Mtai
So also in i into tueso conntnes witn a lorce
which, were we inclined td resist,
resistanco ivould be folly. Wo are
all, therefore, at your mercy. But
if you arc men subject to mortal
ity, like ourselves, you cannot be
unapprised that after this life there
is another, wherein a very differ
ent portion is allotted to good and
bad men. If, therefore, you expect
tt-k..!lv .UmuH t,i rrt or csttian i to die, and believe with us that
from labor ; and UnotaU-inanohi I everyone is to ue rowarueu in a iu
(Monday) signifies otvond or after
the day wholly set apart from la-
-and and mart: crop and an-
dirliil -f taihiar k t "i tanrli
ar. a tar i ar-. and old brnii.lv. i
Hor i nd li r-.-sIiof on loftbunl-1
di-r ml u k.
Kane li, on ,
north of Tulsa
Short-Horn, Hereford mi
Skiatoot Post-oincc, C. N.
rve Ic OaUMia
1 V'M Nation,
bur. It is well to mention here
that in the names for Sabbath. Sat-
Creek Tactions la Collision.
St. Lons, Fob. 10 A dispatch
from Fort Smith, Arkansas, says
a factional fight occurred among
the Creok Indians fory miles west
of that place on Tuesday, in which
Yohala was killed and several
others were wounded. It hs feared
thafc further bloodshed will result,
as there Is said fc be very bitter
fcelmghetwcn the factions. The
The horse population of the Uni
ted States is now over ll,U0O,GX,
or about one horse to erry five
humans. Two-thirds of these are
draught or all-work horses.and one
third are used for pleasure driving.
jfew Court Uoase in Delaware.
By authority ot law entitled "An
Act Mating an Appropriation U
Build Court HJoosa in the Several
Districts of the Nation," tho un-dov-signed
committee will let,to the
lowest bidder, altar advertising 30
days in the Chtnhte Jdmcat and
Isdias Chibttais newspapers, the
contract to build a court haute in
Delaware District, of tho following
dimensions and specifications, as
sot forth in said act, to wit :
Twent3-one feet in width by
thirty-three in length, two stories
high, with wall sixteen feet. " One
room in the lower story and four
roomc in the second story, connect
ed by a flight of stsira from tLe in
side of the ceiling, with raked plat
form ind jnry box and bar with
two doors below and one door in
each room above with eight win-1 fir?t new inoon iu au,in is thore-
dows, eight fights, ten by sixteen , fcre tJu ?rejU ntW moon or XU-ta-ech,
aL-Tve and below, and the tcw.ua? and widi it the 3'ear com
xvliole painted, inside and out, with (inem,.,t a nrds tin- fexrte of
lend and oil, and covered with first m.w m,)ull, tliouh the first new
class shingles. That the doors bes moan m spring begins the vear with
regard to the feast of first fruite,
dtc, ln-csuc t!: u the fruits begin
to cosul forwarl. i -w i-oka.
ture sUte, according to his condiict
in the piescnt, you will do nO hurt
to those who do none to you."
rEdwaruV West Indies, Vol. I.,
urday and Monday, the plural form P- 72. Star of tho West, p. 142.
is UM-d. An individual resting At lenglh g1 ,t a mosscnger
from labor a whole day., or keeping , (o m ,e of
SaWwih, says, "aquotataMuaska A . . , , . f
i am rvsuug or ccaHiig hwiii w
bor during the day ; but "unotata
quaska" signifies they, all the peo
ple rest, and thus points out the
day as a common day of rest or
cessation from labor, to be gener
ally ohserved by all.
With regard to other Indian na
tkme having a knowledge of the
Sabbath, the Hon. EHas Boudinot
snys : "The number and regular
periods of the Indian public reli
gious feasts, is a good historical
procf that they counted time, and
observed & weekly Sabbath, long
after their arrival on the American
continent, as this is applicable to
all the Nations. Staritt the West,
The world was created at the
time of the first new moon in au
tumn, with the fruits all ripcThe
And Denmark Saddle A. Harne Hones
"high grade and jH-digrced Miort-lnrn bulN ; 31 hi'li
nerarof Polled bulls; one rar..f lush gra le ilerefiir-l
li.irr1iorn tnin in calf br llervronl ami l'o..iel omii
Wo ai n-.eiiartxl to make contracts for future delhery for anv nuuiOer Come.
and ce ue. Itcapectfullr, Jcol 3. GaxxtTr Si -r
131 llnghesvillf, Pettts Co., Mo.
l!a- at pre-wnt
I grade 1It for.l I.ii.ls
hift-n , 3J high gra.U'
18 ! Ef BlMl !
I NOW HAVE A
I Wl- T mi ,1
B. M. WTTjT.TAMH,
" - .' i
rig h t
Crop off ot
dcr ha:Jf J
If ra t
Soma cattle bran lei
! hip. .ElghUu
Kangc Big Ca
on right iil?.
four panels each, and an inch and
a quarter thiik, and the lower win
dows with shutter on the outside.
The court house i- tolx- cumpleud
by the first Monday in M .;. r.txt.
Parties to whom the coiitioct uay
be awarded will he reqeired to give leaves began to fall.
bend and security for Uie complete j
and faithful fukihmnt "fiLenn-1
tract. Ko bids rw"eitd over One
TlimisniHl Dollars. Parties de-ir-
ing infennation will be responded i gttt , makes or weeds Avere
to by addressing U.F. AVyly, Mays-1 pionous. Potmn was afterwards
ville. Ark. ' eomniunicafi -Ito theni.
Tin ffri-it m w nuH.n made its ap
pejranc m aui'ium, when the
Cod made man. rtd. of rtd elay.
and uiadc the ho.ijii id ouu of hin
God then told a man to make a
house that would swim, and take
his family and some of tho differ
ent kinds of animals into it.
The rain commenced, and contin
ued forty days and forty nights,
while the water at the same time
gushed out of the ground, so that
as much came up as came down
from the clouds. Nutsawi,
As also the Xatcubk.
The Xatchcr Indians also affirm
further, tliat not a log or anything
whatever swam, but every tiling lay
just as it was, so that the people
could by no means save themselves
from drowning. Ymvi Yokii.
The house or boat was raised up
on the waters and borne away. At
length the man sent out a raven,
and, after some time, sont a dove,
which came back with a leaf in her
mouth. Soon after this, the man
f jund the house (or boat) was rest
nfTr fnr ! t TN . I
C njr ami sU Txrlrtlc ot
p.ttnl mil cattrr, r
5cu!It all the new
t hTfli and Sftil!lig
of merit of ra-tcru auj
Mrrtr Depot fur
La 5- fi?trr,Orca!ar
EVANS, HUNTER & NEWMAN.
7ELLS BBO. Jfc PRIQa.
Post-office, Coneyvillc, Kansas.
ltmiV Onlrr. Coulracli. 1 Tt ta Azent-&e-
3i-r!r,r'roft and Hut rrltati ,and aH llnril
itdtunlruMlniilouf, atlUtprirc AUoble
fwlr tor fill of lstf. tl O ieHlal, P.wktUii.n,
Vnu 1 1. d S0i hrr if I In- n " rholccirrial
t.m. AuiiatiaTraut. Writr tiir trrra.
S. C l'AUtKK. Kauris Chf. Mo.
F. A. IXCK, Agent, Vinitn. I. T
Bulls For Sale !
onrigcc L I
U4P. OK f'.
thir regular range oa Vewlieris nVc., j
abovo Uooiiys Kiuus ana om. Jig cr: .
will belibentllv rewarded kr jivjag; in
formation of the same to w roa.
For Sale At
CHELSEA, - I. T.
the value of your money. Give
him a call and a trial.
St. Louis, Mo.
The Only Wholesale Yards in S.
Louis Accessibla by Bail
1. Kvery railroad entering St. Louis
is directlv tributary to the&e yanls.
2. Texas shippers aio informed that
connertion with these yardti from the
Iron .Mountain .Southern ruilruail can
lie laaile without coaI and with mucL
leeb shrinkage than to any other.
S. These vards have the peculiar ad
vanlm;e of being located on the St.
Louis ride of the river, from which
I aW UUUUIDI UtVUHIUU lWI'. Mi,
Ilalf-breeil cattle nil branded '
in U t s-ide and bin. vonie ear-
marked ESI?' ami some fS3n fels
the lat- ajcj t'T iseall-VVy;J eI the
jingje Qaak bob mark. "1l Tex a s
, sti t road-baand ISKTM on near
Mde. Various ear- v tXTJM niarka.
I itAiE t'o'iimanehe count v jhkj!
j 2. W. COTJOH.
Pot-0fl; o, Lightning C reck, I. T.
A Select Lot or
40 1TFAT1 OF TH0E0UGHBEED &
Ttrnnml Three Years old in IheSpriag.
?ix llolstein?, 1 rhoroughbrel Devon, j
was selected from among the best herds J Crop olf right ear, and swallow-fork in
I.. I'annarlfinii iml I .flirt-nml xhlimnl ' ICll JUll
(tk . .4 - a.aaau - --.-, .- . " -
I also otter for sale
D. N. Allen -F. O.
1 tj'T 2
nv mi flrv ItMind. nn the tun of a I ruir nmrikinn -siinnir
mounUin. This being m the spring i J. Kvery packing house m St. Louis
r fi, ., i, fnmilv -ind -ill th ' a regular buyer stationed here,
or the year, the lamil and all the . of tue h-(,s antl sUecPt Utth
animals left Hie boat, and the lam-1 for the home market and catcra diii
ilv deseendi'd to the bottom of the went, are at all timet represented,
mountain and commenced their I o. For comfort and .convenience these
. .-. -v.,..,... I vanls, have no suiienor in tho country.
farming operations. utsawi. Jj nam of etTt 3,,,,roai.h iwi..
. Hotel, telegraph otlicrft ami other con
Some timo after the Hood tliel veniHeeaforstookiiienonthepmniiM
KM 11 Is Jlelll-..Mt,
AV. A. KAMSAY. President.
Socretary and Treasurer. 1
people generally (the Indians ex-
oeptedj determined to build a wall i
to reacli the clouds, and proceeded
till the well was very high; They
built this wall of Mtone vteiwi .
or. acourdipg to others, of woodi
( Shield Kattr.) At lengtii the pe
pie became very min-h alarmed by
H. F WYiv, Distnct Judge,
J L. Thompsc , bohnt-ir,
Jcszra M .z.t s.c
r thfc creation one of til-
X a'y wx bitta by a r-rpent and i
Vinita, Sept. 20, 1SS3
li 11. Warren has purchased the
(i-ui.'i Hiver Mills, mouth of Pry
r creek, and requels the same
seeing something black in the air patronage as given to his predeces-
above them ; and al-o (id wa an-1 sr. The mill will be run uudor
gr with them, and spoil, d th ir the -aim- management and by the
lauiuazc, s t'-iat fie people r .uld same nnlhr as before Thos.
not understand och oihet. and got w right. Addrr3, -
intii quarrels, an I Jcpar.it d. i U, 11 akuex,
lTta. 1 2tL j Chotcau, I. T.
I U1IUV 4 . -
xi quarrels, an I Jcpar.it d,
2 CT3AIYI and S-uti r E s
lifrt ,nrlv lxt fall
mv Thoroughbred Shorthorn null,
"llustie," three years old, weight 1.S0O
pounds. Call on or address
Y. XT. RUSHMOItE,
lG!f Cherryvalc, Kans.
And everythinj usually kept in
a well assorted store. I sell low
as the lowest for cash. Call and
see me and price my goods.
O. M. McCIellan.
Postofiice, Oowala, I. T.
marks and oia
Fcst-otliee, Vinita, I. T.
split m left
bit and zinc
tag m riihti
or Vinita, -at
Post-office, Tahlequah, 1. T,
jf Branded oa
-gMT Swaie braad
ia ed OO oa bia
rWBifZ aadheulder; i
iEAa timer inum.q
I m with variocs
IF ninrtc S 1
noia river, 4 miles east ot Tahleqaah...
Mrs. ISABELLA MIWXAK,
Post-office. Skiatook, I. T.
Few cows iPKl on left side. A few
cat tie bran-Kf 9 ded ffM behind
left shoul- Siati der fj
n cattle mostly a&m donble
JSJ dewlappcd Horse brand C. M.
i3B-1 on hft side. Itaneh on Caney.
W. Q. NKT.TvrS,
Post-olfice, Vmita, I. T.
11. I ITTLES.
T. J. DIMRL
LITTLE, JARVIS & CO.,
Far the Parches and aale id
O.A.TJPgXiIE,, ECO C3-S
13 Naienal Soek Yards, E. S. Louis
tB-liberai Adraaccs 31adc on Con
1 ' miles
Ranch on Rock I reek, psaseat- "
Post 1L e Sa- and Fox Agency
it o r 8 c
brand K on
otf the right'
, and shallow ftrL in hft.
P. O., Ccfj - j
vine, i.is. j
AVolf creek,- JBl
I-recce arc not statcti.