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?ublibd Every Tbucfey by the
Uic United States. With said , it and one on Lis pig sty, and woud-
plat shall be submitted a report j era if he -trill have to move it spin.
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Someone has had, something
i from the said Cominisfioners civ-; He means the sty,
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ISDLUf CHIOTAEC PUBUSHISS Co. . fa nrnfr. rf-Tmin-. nVrongne ' stmnpor-thWanolIinaris water, we
1 said buildincs. house, erections, riudce. -Why are we not all Mur-
i the kind of business, if any, done phys and Mqllovs? Truly the har-
the committee within the next 30 1 BL fe a V . I
days. All Beearities furnished must MB .. A ff" . B A Va A 1
;be citizens of the Nation. (Signed) flT killfl I HIT WOT 7
Jons A. Fobema.v,D. Judge, WW II I JUlllU II WEI B
Jesse Cochiux, Sheriff, ilwl rll P . WK I
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ITau P. Sam. 1 -, . in the same, and whether owned , vest ia irrcat and tho reapers few.
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VINITA, I- T., FEB. 29, 1SS4.
H&. Dawes, from the Senate
Committee on Indian Affairs, re
ported formally the bill providing
for popMAmeat of trespassers on j all persons so reported as being up
"of the United States or citizens of
the Cherokee Nation. And said What's the cause, say you?
plat and report shall be filed by
tho 10th dav of January, 1SS4, up
on Cling of which, tile Principal
Chief is herebv directed within five
days. to. issuchis proclamation to
agent at Choteau, looks
Indian loads fcf waprisonment for
one year, or Ajtrnm of 1500, orboih.
This sctMtt fH eoBsaittce was
recommca-ed hy the Secretary of
the Interior, sad was designed to
r meet ih soremcfits of Payne and
other iavafeis of Indian lands.
Themere is so amnifestly due
to the gorerwuaavt aad to the In
dians tfcat it should be promptly
Wl hava wad tie remarks of
'Voter,3 m the Cheraiee AJvoeate,
on the comments in tha Chieftaix
of the Wt, oh the Executive con
struction of the Stock Law. The
jChuttaijc y have fallen into
ig pit of error, but, if sc, only re
grets thai "Voter," instead of ex
tricating hira from it, ha sunk him
The ample point is this : That
every peisoa in the Nation who
owns single head of kino, and
either marks or brands it, will
pee that animal unless he regis
ters, -aaer the provisions of the
law, which, while it seems to ap
ply eaUy to these having fifty or
more head, ia feet applies to all
The optics keen of "Voter,"
which haTe never "seen, a calf
branded Bmlcas soma sort of a
bracd has heea iwed," will readily
see mi his reference to unregis
tered braeds applies to unregistered
mark., and that the lawiscompul
eory vpea every one. The talk
tbamt the ability of aperson to own
tadt approves a registry lair, but
tame, that it shosld say what it
The Tw Law.
As act aa&endijag s act of the Na
- tiimal Council in relation to
"TWm" approved December
l. Be rr exacted Br the Natxojt-
xx. CovctL. That the Coramis-
nocers asmointed-bv the Principal
Chief under the authority of the act
of the National Council "in relation
. " to tewae aad deled December 5th,
list, beaaauior- are nereov re
quired to survey the town of Kce-
toowah or Fort Gibson, in Illinois
district, and In so doing the said
. Commissioners are directed to
follow and re -establish the original
survey of said act of the National
Council dated November th ISot,
and entitled "An Act to Lav Off the
Towa of Keetoowah ." and mark
the same with durable stone monu-
ssents, awl after said re-survey shall
have beee saade the Commissioners
Khali easee to he mads duplicate
plats ot the work, snowing the lo-
eataait, areadtti, ana deptn anu
number of each lot and the number
in letter by whi the blocks are
rinigimtea, together with the field
nocee ot said survey, one of which
aaid vlate ahaJl be filed in the Ex-
cntive Office and one in the office
of the Mayor of said town, and such
gnrrey shall be taken and deemed
to he the ooly lawful survey of said
town; aad said Commissioners are
hereby directed to register and re
cord all deedg to lots in said town
sold under and by authority of said
set of Nov.SthJLvM, and to receive
and receipt for all unpaid balances
doe upon sales of lots by authority
cf said act: Provided, that persons,
eiriaess of the Cherokee Nation
holdisg certificates of purchase un
der Piid act of Nov. 5th, ISo,
shall be sabject to the -same con
ditioae ia completing payments
upon 8ch.lots as is imposed upon
dtit5 holding like certificates of
sale under authority of the uubse-
uentact of the National Council
ated December 5th, 18S2, and said
Commissoners are required to reg
ister all deeds to lots given by vir
tue of sales made under tho several
acts of the National Council subse-
queat to and after the said aci of
$bv. 5th, lS37r Provided that no
deeds tc- lots or sales of the same
made under said acts shall be reg
istered or recognized if such deeds
or amies conflict with any sale made
under the authority of said act of
Nov. th, 1957.
2. Be itfuiher enaeUdz That the
Commissioners herein referred to
shall be required in all surveys of
towns heretofore made and in 1T &
survey of towns hereaftertobe laid
off, to mark the line of the same in
a substantial and durable manner
with stone monuments properly
placed in center of each fctrcctcross
jaf.upon which shall be cut the ex
act center of said street crossing,
and upon the completion of each
wrvey.they shall make duplicate
plate of the same, showing the
range ef the streets, the size, and
the BE-mber of the lots and blocks,
together with the field notes of
such survcvs.one of which shall he
filed in the Executive Office and
the other in the office of the jfaj'or
of the'lown, and, if there be no
Mayor of the town, it shall be
kept in the office of the Commis
sioners herein named.
3. Be it farther enacted : That
the Commissioners herein referred
to are directed to file in the Exe
cutive Office a plat of the towns
laid off on the railroads passing
through the Charokcc Nation under
the treaty of July 19th, 18C6, which
plat shall show the reservation set
apart for each road in asid town in
conformity with said treatv of July
19th, 1F66. togetherwith all houses
or buildinga or erections'placcd up
on raid reservations whetner by
dti-entofthe Nation or citizens of
on and having, holding, owning or
claiming houses, buildins or erec
tion of any kind, or doing business
of any kind upoirsaid reservations,
to remove said houses, buildings,
or erections or business from and
after the same within thirty days
and if any such persons so noti
fied by proclamation as above pro
vided, fail or refuse to remove as
above directed within the thirty
days, provided in said proclama
tion, tne Principal Chief shall, and
he is hereby commanded, to issue
hiB warrant to the Sheriffs of the
several districts in which said
towns may be, to summon a force
of men, and (use) such other nec
essary a pliances as may be neces
sary, and remove immediately all
such persons, and buildings, hous
es or erections, as mav be referred
to in" any proclamation issued in
conformity with this act. and the
houses and buildings and business
shall be held for the cost of such
Be it further enacted: That from
andjiHer the first day of January,
1SS4, the office of the Commission
ers provided for bj' the act of De
cember 5th,lSS2,shrll be three hun
dred dollars per annum, and said
Commissioners shall be required
to give bond in the sum of one
thousand dollars for the faithful
performance of their duties, pro
vided that the. reports heretofore
required by law shall be made
quarterly to the Treasurer, and all
monies received by them paid
quarterly to the Treasurer, whose
receipt for the. same shall be their
vouchers. Provided further, Tha'
all appointments hereafter made
shall be by appointment from the
Principal Chief, with the advice
and consent ot the Senate, and all
laws or parts of laws conflicting
with this act are hereby repealed.
Beit farther enacted, That the
term of office of the commissioners
as herein before provided for shall
be for two years.
Tahlequah, Dec 11th, 1SS3.
Approved Dec 15, 1S83.
D. W. BcsHTHEAD,Prin.Chief-
Bums.Bums,' till we can't get to
the stove, and if it were not for an
occasional warming he gets when
he keeps the table waiting at home
he saya hc'dJrcezc-
1 he firm or Lmdscy and JlcLracK
en is a beacon light to all. It is
known far and widc,where you can
purchase the comforts and luxuries
of life, on which the tariff ia ex
ceptionally light. Bring vour cash
and makcthem smile. They are
old settlers thicd and true.
Mud. mud. like an evil spirit it
is every where, not onty under foot,
but in our faces, and on our hands.
We would all die of "blues" if it
wore not for the little "sunshine"
thero is in human nature. For a
time our only periodicals were
runners" and the man in the
moon, who looks agtiast wnen ne
turns this way. The others were
The sound of wedding bells at
Graysvillc has died on the shore,
and'all is still, save an occasional
piping of her Crane, and a "Hick"
from Geo. Lewis' salesman. Geo.
Lewis, by the way, is ahappy.gen
ial fellavf, who will sell you any
thing in his line of goods, which
includes a "smart chance" of all
articles imaginable, just as ehoap
as von can buv anv where, rat-
ronize "home industries" my
the 'tows" act.
Construction of certain provisions
oy the Executive Department.
The first section of the act pass
ed last Council impoeed certain
duties upon the "Commissioners
appointed by the Principal Chief
under the authority of the act of
the Ifational Council in relation to
towns, and dted December oth,
1S82 ;and Sees. 2, 8 and 4 refer to
the "Town Commissioners" as the
"Commissioners referred to" by
the first Section the last or fourth
Section providing that they, the
said Commission, shall be paid per
annum for their services, shall file
a bond, and shall be appointed
"hereafter'' with the advice and
consent of the Senate.
Accordingly the apppintments of
"Commissioners of Towns" last
made ind confirm'sd by the Senate,
was made by authority of both acts
the original and amendatory-
and their duties are defined by both
acts the -Dro visions of the latter
taking precedence in cases of con
flict. This appointment therefore con
cluded the authority and official
labors of their predecessors in office
from the date of the appointment,
Section 2nd refers to each side of
the railroad lines running through
surveyed towns a. Railroad "Res
ervation" as set apart in conformi
ty to the treaty of 1S6G. These
two descriptive phrases must ex
plain each other. The town strips
arc a fixed and well described plan
in each instance, as so fixed and
described they are not in conform
ity to treaty, inasmuch as the trea
ty provides no precise reservation
of land for the railroads, but only
so much as the companies may find
to he necessary, not exceeding two
hundred and four hundred feet, as
the case may be. Tho strips
through the towns were surveyed
in view of the contingency stated in
treaty viz.: That the R. R. Co.
viiontnecd alloftheminthe course
of time. Until that time shall come
the R. R. Cos., according to treaty,
have no right to, or claim over, on
ly so niuch of the space described
in the surve3s and referred to in tho
act, as R. R. Reservation, as they
may from time to time actually re
quire for the successful, operation
of their roads, and the remainder
will, until such time comes, be and
remain under the control and
subject to the use of the Cherokee
Nationt which in this case devotes
it to the free and unobstructed pas
sage of the public as a common,
and orders it to be cleared of all
obstructions, such as "buildings,
houses," erections, or work of any
kind, claimed, held or used 6y t-dividuals.
Grand river is on the
and battery list.
School at Choteau is in charge of
Lav. Kelly, a Cumberland Presbyterian.
James Kets, Solicitor.
i'otlcc to Contractors.
By authority of law entitled "An
Act Making an Appropriation to
Build Court Houses in the several
Districts of the Nation," we, the
undersigned committee will let, to
the lowest bidder, on Sat urday.the
22d day of March, 1SS4, the con
tract to build a court house in Coo
wcescowee District, near the old
No bids received over One Thou
sand Dollars. Tho person taking
tho contract wiH be required to
give bond and security for a com
plete and faithful fulfilment of the
contract. House to bo completed
by the first Monday in May, 1SS4.
The committee have the right to
reject any and all bids.
The house shall be of the follow
ing dimensions and specifications :
of wood or stone, to wit : Twenty
one feet in width, by thirty-three
feet in length, two stories high,
with walls sixteen feet ; on? room
in the lower story, and four rooms
in the second story.connected by a
flight of stairs from the inside. To
be furnished inside of ceiling with
raised platform, jury box and bar ,
with two doors below, and one door
to each room above ; with eight
windows, eight lights 10s 1G caoh,
above and below, and the whole
painted, inside and out, with lead
and oil.and covered with first-class
Further Specifications. If of
wood, to have a good stone founda
tion laid in mortar, IS inches below
the surface of ground audsix inches
above, IS inches thick. Post oak
sills, squaring SxlO inches, hewed
on four sides ; mortised, tenoned
and pinned together. Studding 2x6
16 feet long, mortised together and
tenoned "in sills; double plated
with 2x6 scantling on top, braced
on outside with yellow pine boards
1x6, notched in studding and sills.
Lower jouts 2x10, 20 inches from
center to center, supported in cen
ter by dry stone piers and one row
of bridging on each side. AH floors
to be best vellow pine, dressed,
tongued ani grooved, six inches
wide, one inch thick; two doors
for first story 2ft lOin. by Cft. lOin.
1 1-2 inches thick : four" doors for
second story, 2ft. Sin.x6ft.Sin., and
1 1-4m. thick. AH windows to be
good lip sash, with weights and
locks. All door and window sills
to be of good 2x8 yellow pine.
Doors to be hung with 3 1-2x3 1-2
loose pin butts. Lower doors to be
fastened with heavy mortise locks,
upper doors with best rim locks.
Lower story to be nine feet clear,
witli lour ieet wainscotinc and a
top piece with moulding under it ;
the balance of the wall lathed and
plastered two coats with bird fin
ish ; ceiled overhead with best 5-S
inch ceiling. Second floor joists
2x10. (resting on 1x6 yellow pine
boards, notched and spiked to stud
ding) placed 10 inches lrom center
to center ; two rows of bridtdng.
Second floor divided into four
rooms, one door each, opening into
hall for stairway ; rooms lathed
and plastered two coats with hard
finish; sides and overhead also,
with S inch base-board at bottom ;
stairway to be placed as committee
may direct, made 4 feet wide, of
best yellow pine, two inches thick.
Second story S feet clear; collar
beams 2x6 ; hip roofed, 34 pitch ;
platform 4x12 feet on top, covered
with tin, with trap-door and stair
way leading to second floor below ;
rafters 2x4, cxeept hip rafters,
which are to be 2x6; sheathed
with one-inch boards, covered with
Star A Star shingles, 4 1-2 inches
to the weather. Eight dormer
windows with valleys tinned.
Outside Finish Water table and
leap; best white pine siding; dou-
oic oraeKets, size rzxia inones,
placed 7 feet apart ; square cornice,
moulding and fascia on outside.
Door anil window frames finishod
on outside with 4 inch square cor
nice, with moulding.and 4 inch cas
ing and blind stops. Inside, o inch
ScwCoart House iaTahleqcahDistrlct.
By au Jiority of law entitled ".n
Act "Making an Appropriation to
Build Court Houses in the Several
Districts of the Nation," the un
dersigned committee will lct,to the
lowest bidder, alter advertising- SO
days in the Chcroiee Advocate jmd
IxbiAS Chieftain newspapers, the
contract to build a court hou:c in
Tahlecuah District,of the following
dimensions and specifications, as
set forth in said act, tc wit ;
Twenty one feet in width by
thirty-three in length, two stories
high with wall sixteen feet. One
room in the lower story and four
rooms in the second story, connect
ed by a flight of stairs from the in
side of the ceiling, with raised plat
form and jury box and bar wiih
two doors below and one door in
each room above with eight win
dows, eight lights, ten by sixteen
each, above and below, and the
whole painted, inside and out, with
lead and oil, and covered with first
class shingles. That the doors be
four panels each, and an inch and
a quarter thick, and the lower win
dows with shutters on the outside.
The court house is to be completed
by the first Monday in .May next.
Parties to whom the contract may
be awarded will be required to give
bond and security for the complete
and fakhful fulfilment of the con
tract. No bids received over One
Thousand Dollars. Parties desir
ing information will be responded
to by addressing Wilson Hair,Tah
lequah, Cherokee Nation.
Wilso.v Haiu, Judge,
Dasiel Geitts, Solicitor,
Aabon Tercel, SJieriff,
TAmxQCAn, C. N.. Feb. Oth, ISS1.
To the ladles of Ylalta and Vicinity.
If you are thinking of buying a
sovnng machine, do not purchase
until you go and examine the isew
Home Machine, to be found at
Mrs. R-Ironsidc's. It is first-class
in every respect, and she will war
rant it to give satisfaction.
Charley Lvnch is the authorized
agent in the Territory and Kansas
forMcComb's Patent Gate. Any
farmer wanting a good gate will do
well to buy a larm right.
C- OTB"37V ?rsrar.
;ar-Sew House and Now Furniture.
Tbe best accommodations in town at
nwnnn.li,ii iu TTITM T T OJ
.l.T-'.4.Wll ..l.f. A V .. ... .. ...
i kssffiw o
CtiTr fnr K.I. . T?.t2
Irnrisi aU Tsrietlc ol
Anrcrr Suck.tiotJ: ia-
ported aad satire, r
jwmllj all tte new
H'lir.ds nnd Seedlings
ot merit of eastern aad
Sotm Drrwr for
Large i Oiwrvirenian
Blauk Orders. Contract a, 1 rnns to A cesta,fcc.
K!ectrortFralt and Flower Plates, aud all Hortl-
cmturxiruiuicxiiODt.iiti price. Anowbuie
File for fall of IS53, th: Oriental, PocUio.ton,
Prentlu. ami JO ot hrrsof the new cboieespedal
tie. Agents tlwars wanted. Write for terms.
3. U PALMER. Kansas CUt, Mo.
F. A. LUCE, Agent, Vinita, I. T
Bnlls For Sale !
easing, with moulding.
ial rtd muM be the best.
lumber white pine.
If of stone, the walls to com
mence underground as deep as may
be necessary, two feot thick to sec
ond story floor; eighteen inches
thick from there to top. Stone
work dressed on outside ; cemented
with-good mortar ; solid caps and
sills for doors and windows ; walls
bound every three feet ; 2x4 stud
ding built into walls, to lath and
plaster on. Wood w rk the same
A SruxT Lot or
40 HEAD 03" TH0E0UGHSEED &
Two and Three Years old in the Snrinc.
Six Holsteins. 1 rhoroughbrw! Devon,
and balance Short-homs. This stork
was selected from among t he best herds
iu Pennsylvania and Ohio, and shipped
hers early last fall. I atso offer for sale
rov Thoroughbred Shorthorn Ball.
"Bustle," three years old, weight 1,600
pounds. (.Tall on or address
;t. w. kushbohe,
ICtf Chcrryvalc, Kaus.
And everything usually kept in
a well assorted store. I sell low
as the lowest for cash. Call and
see me and price my goods.
1 ! iimMj !
I NOW HAVE A
For Sale At
CHELSEA, - I. T.
the value of your money. Give
him a call and a trial.
WET WEATHER PREVENTED IT 2
Therefore to close out the balance of our winter goods we offer the
following extraordinary inducements.
ONE LOT COMFORTS at $1.25 ; former price $2.50. "
O-VJ? LOT COMFORTS at 95 cents ; former price $1.75.
FOUR PARLOR COOK HEATING STOVES at 8; formerly 811.50.
LOT BOYS' SLEDS at 75 cents ; former price $1.50.
ROCKING HORSES for 40 cents on the dollar.
FEED BASKETS for 30 cents, former price 50 cents.
Z-IIoop BUCKETS at 20 cents ; former price 25 cents.
2-JJoon BUCKETS at 15 cents ; former price 20 cents.
LOT FIR'E.PROOF LAMP CHIMNEYS for 15 cents ; well worth 25c.
' S, J, THOMPSON,
Calls promptly attended to, day or
night. Special attention given to
burger? and diseases of women
We have no room for dead stock
or goods out of season, and the
above must go at some price.
Wi if Urn a 111 Stt
IPEOIPUE to -VV-ADE liSTTO.
Full and Complete in Every Line.
In fact everything you want on the farm, in the garden or in the houso
together with a full line of
SHELF & HEATT HARDWARE,
TINWARE, FURNITURE, &c
Our goods are all fresh, adapted to the wants of the country, first-
class in every respect, and sold at bed-rock prices. We buy our
"AII.,R direct from factory in carload lots, and -will alway3meet
at. Louis prices freight added, tag" Please wniaand get prices on
any gooas you may want.
VINITA, I. T., Feb. 23th, 18S4.
Anv ncrson or persona knowing of
cattle branded on left hip or side
or 444 on the BB right siue, who
will take care MM-$ f an( ec- B3
stock will be well paid on notifying me
at Prairie City, C. X.
16tf It- M. WILLIAiLS.
Fay the Highest Mar
ket Price for
J98SX M. KATB8.
in one ear aad
Vinita, I. T.
Crop oiT left
Jl I Jh
VINITA, I. T.
House, Sign & Orna
HOUSE ?HSTISa A SPECIALTY.
"ishop on Illinois Avenue, opposite
Raymond's Hardware Store. 19tf
OTaoBurras Gciaz b I
coed Morck and Sept, each
rear: 216 pagts, 81x11
inches, -ith otct 3,300
illostrations a vhole pic
ture gallery. Gives vholc
aale prices dirtd to coratsmen oa all good j
for personal or fiuoilx we. Tells ko-w
to aider, and gircs exact cost of ctcxt.
thing jott nse cat, drink, ircar, cr have
fun uith. These invaluable books con
tain information gleaned from the ma?
lets of the world. AVo will nia'd a copr
Freo to anr address npon receipt of the
postage 7 cents. Ixtasbearfioiajcu.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.-
as; ASM VikMklTtnikaianB.
"W. E. HALSETjIi.
Post-office, Vinita, I T.
Largest, Beat and Cheapest Stock of Furniture ever brought to the
ISxi27iiX Cases, oofflne,
IBatoy Wagons, DE3t c DETCo
I have, or can make, anytning in my line.
GTJS HECK, Seneca, Mo.
This brand and mark crop and un
derbit off each ear) kept up on ranch.
various ear marcs snu out oranus.
Horse brand horse-shoo on left shonl-
north of Tulsa
Boot & Shoe Maker.
9S" Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine Shoes and Boots a Specialty.
. ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. 21tf
Oowala, - - - Ind. Ter.
Will sell goods for Cash, as cheap
as any house in the Territory.
Call and Examine my Stock.
T. D. KOSS Proprietor.
B. P. 1HLST2AD.
Post-cHcr, Prairie City, L T.
-"V y Branded with
ImhI same brand
jMt or boMnMea
Bi and bth
lflP of :Hor
J. W. MXUOTT 4c Co.,
Post-office, Vinita, JL T.
Post-office, Ech. ., I. T.
&p, either side
eS right ar.
under slope off
creek, C. If.
Prst-ofiice, Chetopa, Kansas.
Smit and bit
in right ear
Zj hip- -x-sax,Cabia
, A i Jb
Skiatook Post-office, C.?f.
rostofficc, Vinita, I. T.
B. M. WTT.T.TA-M-3,
Post-office, Prairie City,-I. T.
rig h t
left ear, nn
Some cattle braided
oa hip. " Bight hip
EVANS, HUNTER & NEWMAN.
Half-breed cattle all branded
on left aide and hip. Some car
marked BH and some RBI
jingje- "M bob mark. Texas
sieers roaa-uaana KJW2i on near
siue. various ear-mam marks.
raxce Commanche county pool.
Banze Big Ca
M. -W. COUCH.
Post-Ofncc, Lightning Creek, I. T.
I-have rccontly 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 Houso
in the Southwest. Meals to Citizens, 25 Cents.
When in the City Stop at The 'Frisco.
VTNTT Ind Tcr
Vice-Prcs. &. Treas.
Sept. & Sec'y.
-pnopniETcms or the
SENECA ROLLER MILLS,
Highest cash price paid for ALL GRADES of WHEAT.
Orders for FLOUR, BRAN and SHIPSTUFFS promptly attended to
ETuber ZMillin Co. - Seneca, Mo.
Crop off right ear, and strallow-fork in
C. M. McClellan.
Postofficc, Oowala, I. T.
Few cows PW on left side. A fenr
cattle bran-ftVafl ded EVn behind
left shoal- LilM dcr mWM
cattle most y m doab 1 e
drirlappe!. Horse brand C. M.
on left side. Ranch on Caney.
"W. Q. NKT.MS.
Post-oflico, Vinita, I. T.
Miss Crane of Graysville, funr.
erly of Ottawa. Kansas. intru ts a , as in the plan fir frame l.oise
class in instrumental inns", Wed-, bral.d j reposals reived at
nesdays and Saturdays at t hctrau. Oowala PU.br John A Foreman, ' L Ay tT H t H 1 1
J. P. Warren keeps one e;.e car or aay be Landed to cither one of' - 4 --v ill i ,
JOEL B. GENTRY & CO.
Locust Grove Farm,
(Eight Miles Northwest of Scl2!L:,"r
EREKDEES A5D DtiLXKS IS
Short-Horn, Hereford and
JTAGSS 2733 JSXT27STS
And Denmark Saddle & Harness Horses
, Ilavo at prrsat 750 high grade and pedigreed Jort-horn bulls ; SCO high
prad Hcrpfonl bulls: one car of Polled bulls; one car of high grade Hereford
he if -a TX ""j:h grade Short-horn cows ia calf by Hereford and Pol.icd bulla
U e arc p'efiri to make contracts for future delivery for any nnmher Come.
! and see us. Bwpectfuliv, Jol B- C5wa-trv Se. Co
loyl ' Hnghesville, Tettia Co., JTo.
- iin -f 7'-- -;rSi
Postofficc, Sac and Fox Agency.
off the right
7ELLS BROS. is. F3IGQ.
Post-office, Coffeyville, Kansas.
and ear aarka
thair regnlar range on Verdigris riTer,
above Coody's Bluu and on Big rreek, . "
formation of the same to W ells Xros, k
D. N: Allen-P. O. Vinla, I.T.
marks aad old
- Ranch n
Post-office, Vinita, L T.
split in left
bit and zinc
tag in right
creek. Bange, between Timor's aad
A BOUDINOT. 7"
Post-office, Tahlcqnah, X, T.
only to ship.
nois river, 4 miles east ot Tahleqnah.
Mrs. ISArTrTT.T.A, NSWMAN.
Post-office. Skiatook, I. T.
Ranch on Bock Creek, Osage Nation.
and swallow tork in left.
P a, Coffey
"Wolf creek, 20.
miles 5ontb o.f