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PabiishKi j .ry Thursday hyihe
dlls Chiutaw PtrnMsjjxxG Co.
IHflpct S JLsraroix.
k WJOBk- .Baria'tc Xaaaffcr,
This body convened ialhe Pits. was Lcptj u ua5 sai(1 thc
byierian Church at Muscogee I T. ticd down into tho earlh ,
tled down into tho earth, where it
on Thursday evening of last week still Uvcs nnknonn to thc
until I nnnnlA Tlin TilnppivfinrA iViPvlnsfc
YTXTT,iL T., If.tRCH 27, ISSi.
Th dytrina f eminent domain
aa.tk nights sovereignty put
Jartki&tiwrcfti6 ef committees
to Cacfrees i favor of granting
fee nSfeads in the Indian
a violation of treaty
h sthing more than
of the principle that
, sokes right- It has no force
M bwIi, and. no more existence
ia feci 1fara.it had when the trcat-
iea while disregard it is asserted
to tKWt ad justify, were nego
tiated. It affords but a flimsy pre- j
text fee an act of bad faith and
wrof fciac, and is utterly unten
able t My principle of law or de
ceay. If carried into effect, and
ibaTaa ac be chartered with thc ex
tiaa.aiy rights and privileges
pcwjMwd to be cofiferrcd on them,
in -W faac of exietiazlav , it will
erre oaiy ia show- that no ohiiga
tM, batterer readily or solemnly
i, will fee cither regarded or
; laager than convenience
ar seif-iaterest Rotates. Candor
jum! feic realiBg should mark thc
etNMtetief feremznents, as of indi
Ttafeals, ami it woeld be more hon
enUe ia every respect to cease
roUiatarily is assamo obligations
entirely, tfea to hunt up excuses
for Tiaiaiiag feem when interest,
coaveateaee or greed prompts it to
lie mm. A awily avowal of pur
pawia always preferable to an op-
e. It is better lor both
i m Mty trans2ction,and there
u m MMMJK aaopung any outer
mi tfet part of the government in
JtE iMMMMst of the remnant of In-
i felt within its borders. "Wc
,t the desire of a
ef tke people of tho Uni
ted State, ami tkfi purpose of a
jaajmiiy f Coegress to so act to--aratde
then, a&d that thc schemes
of aaoliatioti to irhich,we rcfcr,un
BarwfaateTr specious guise they
aaay be preaested, will cot be ap-
Aoaw tfee meter of bridges oyer
streams is compelling
u Oa single week of high
water will aWagc the business of
,-Ytaiaa ilw were than a. bridge
oyer Uaaaa ereex would cost, to
and continued in session
Mondav morninrr the 24th. The
attendance of ministers was quito
full, only three absentees of all
those living inthe Territory.
Rev. R. IT. Loughridge was clec
ted moderator, and Rev. C. H.
Jlillcr, temporary clerk.
Among the ministers were Rev.
G. T. Thompson, Cherokee, Rev.
T. W. Perryman, Creek,.and Rev.
John Ko-c.Harjo, Seminole, with
one Creek and three Seminole li
centiates. The opening snrrnon preached by
the Rev. John Edwards, a direct
descended of the noted theologian,
Jonathan Edwards, and the Rev.
Dr. Hill, during his address on
Friday evening took occasion to
point out from his audience a half
dozen or more representatives by
kinship of as many old mission
aries who formerly were devoted
laborers in this Territory.
There are now sixteen ministers
and four licentiates on the roll of
this Presbytery, and the increase
in membership of thc churches
under its care, for the past year
exceeds forty per cent.
As Commissioners to the General
Assembly, which meets nt Saratoga
Springs in ATay, Rev. "W. P. Ha
worth was elected as principal and
Rev. John Edwards as alternate,
and from the eldership Y. L.
Squier as principle and David X.
Robb as alternate.
The policy of this church is to
push out missionary work vigorous
ly and in accordance with the rules
of a thoroughly organized system.
As it requires an educated ministry
so it believes in furnishing educa
tional facilities forits membership.
The next stated meeting will be
held at Tahlequah, convening on
the 21st day of August next.
RVe propose to give from one to two
colnrans per week, for a while, to this
subject. Every one who knows "any
facts of the ancient nistorv of the
Cberokees, ocany of the tribes in the
Indian Territory aro requested to fur
nish them for this column.
TheButtrick Collection, 1S22.
God loved their fathers, and told
them that they should be the father
of all nations ; and He gave them
a country, though they had a great
distance to travel to get to it. At
. icugui uiev standi jor uieir coun-
atgr aetUag- of Mm losses to the j try, but when they started they
ret of ifcaeooatry. Enough cattle J were fleeing from their enemies,
hey fee drowaed in the Arkansas j Vhc these enemies were, or where
aa4 YeaKeris Rivers in the last jther lived, is not now known.
twemr yam ic nan them, to
amfsattkimg MTwfeethas been, lost
bjrdetftjr mmL expeste of ferries,
or few -Ihras. There is talk of
biJUhn a. ferWgt aeroes thc Yer-
digru ac ajMiTate enterprise. AVe
befiereit woald pay. In addition
to tit deaaaad highwatcr brings
Sr bridfee, there is even a greater
saving in another way. A bridge
wotdd avoid the steep banks and a
great, deal of muddy road. Larger
kA aamki fee haaled. and a great
deal of tHse codd be saved. A
Ftoek aoeapaey cosld easily build a
bridce. ami. in addition to their
indirMhul feaet ssck an invest
ment wowM say good dividends.
In law -water, even
t .. '' Jl
pay twtaiy-ivc or fifty cents for
th aaviag af his time and team,
-whib ia high water it would be
a thnwajifare for a large district.
A feridge across the Verdigris,
wiih-x gflwatry store whose clerk
eooM coBoet tolls would be as good
an iaveDtMtnt as this country af-
Tksmor Kavaxacgh of tlio 3I.E.
Church So&th, was buried at Louis
ville, Xy., the 22d inst. Bishop
JfcTcire pesachedrthe funeral dis-'
course. The deceased Bishop at
tended a meeting of thc Indian
3IlBeioa Cowferccco hefore the war,
and. wo believe, also afterwards.
and m well rememhered by those and therefore God wrote; his law
who met him as a frank, social and
When, they started they soon came
to a great water, and because God
loved their fathers, He told their
leader(his name they do not know)
to strike the water with a staff,and
it should divide till they passed
through, and then come together,
so that their enemies could not fol
low to injure them. Their leader
did this. He went forward, strik
ing the water, and it parted so that
allwent through safely, and then
the waters came back and stopped
their enemies. They then entered
a vast wilderness.
Some time after they entered this
wilderness, they came to a high
mountain, and God came down
upon the mountain, and their lead
er went up and conveised with
God, or, rather, as their fathers
said, with the Son of-God. They
supposed, therefore, that God had
a son, as it was said to be tho Son
of God that came down on the
mountain, and the top of the moun
tain was bright like the sun. There
God gave their leader a law, writ
ten on a smooth stone. Thc rea
son of this being written on stone
was as follows, viz ; God gavo our
first parents a law, to be handed
down verbally to posterity. But
when the language was destroyed
and men began to quarrel and kill
each other, they forgot this law,
Thr people of Sedgwick county,
Kansas, hare contributed twenty-
six carload of grain one for each
township is. the county for thc
relief ot tho Ohio river flood suf
ferers, and tho A.,T. & S. F. Co.
have agreed to deliver the train
load at the Missouri river free of
m Gjk. G2A5T is reported to pre
fei Senator John A. Logan, of Illi
nois, as the next Republican can
didate for President of the United
jBlates. 3Y.-Jjftga has thc same
prefercae. Two such supporters
will give greet strength to a candi
date -who steads squarely and con
spicuously os his own merits.
Dituxg toe present century 150,
000,000 copies i the Bible were
printed in 236 different languages.
?jte Unit-ed States contributes an
jtualy 175,000,000 for sustaining the
ebaufce ami ministry, and $31,
OOQjOQOferpwely benevolent pur
pose. A TBinuMRMB o ittsbeak: of Na
vajo Indiana ia Ariaona is reported
f ?rrt Wmhiamn, fte-22d. The
difficulty pint aMy psaslii fiom a
qyawatiom i im)tamaamami of &eir
now on a stone, a sinootii slate
stone, that it might not be lost.
Their leader also received other
instructions from God, which he
wrote on skins.
God also directed their leader to
erect a certain building, to be cov
ered with a cloth made of deer's
hair and turkey feathers. This was
to be set up when they rosted, and
taken down and carried when thev
God also directed them to repeat
or chant certain sentences every
morning at or about daylight, and
before going to sleep at night.
In this wilderness God gave them
their holy fire from heaven. This
they ever kept for burning sacri
fices, and holy purposes, and,
though, when they came to this
continent thoy left it behind, yet in
a miraculous manner they had it
brought over the great water, and
kept it till, on a certain occasion,
their enemies came upon them and
destroyed tho house in which iti
was kept. After that they were
obliged to make new Arc for Bacred
purposes by rubbing two pieces of
dry wood together, with a certain
weed called golden rod, dry, be
tween them. After constant rub
bing for some time, this took fire,
together with thc wood, and this
fire was used for religious purposes.
this holy fire'is somewhere in one
of the Carolinas. Inula (Snate.)
This new fire, made by friction,
like thc original holy firo, mu3t not
bo used for any common purpose,
(except when made especially to
supply thc nation with new fire.)
Xo torch must be lighted by it, nor
a coal taken from it for common
use. Altor tne sn r tice was burned
and tho ceremon-. . nded for which
the fire was made, it was delivered
to Eomo ono to keep. Shield Ealer
or T. Smith.
Originally thoy had twelve tribes
but on account of disobodionce with
rogard to marriage, it was resolved
to have but seven.
In their journeys through this
wilderness, the tribes marched sep
arately, and also Hie clans. The
clans were distinguished by having
feathers of different colors fastened
to their ears. They had two great
standards, one white and one red.
The white standard was under the
control of the priests, and used for
civil and religious purposes ; but
the red standard was under the di
rection of the war priests, for pur
poses of war, or alarm. These
were carried when they jonmeyed,
and the white standard erected
in front of the building above-mentioned,
when they rested. The
priests had trumpets, also, for their
own particular use.
In going through this wilderness
they had two waters to cross, be
tween the first and the last river,
before getting to their country.
These two their leader struck, as
he had done thc first, and the wa
ter stopped, so that tho children
could wade through. But their
whole journey through this wilder
ness was attended with great dis
tress and danger. At ono time
they were beset by the most deadly
kind of serpents, which destroyed
a great many of the people, but at
length their leader shot one with
an arrow and drove them awaj-.
Again, they were walking along
in single filo, when the ground
cracked o-cn and a number of the
people sunk down and were de
stroyed by the earth closing upon
At another time they came nigh
perishing for water. Their head
men dug with their staves in all
me iow places, Dut coum nnu no
water. At length their leader found
a most beautiful spring coming out
of a rock.
They were a great many years
in getting through this wilderness,
and many of the people died. Thoy
never could have got through, the
dangers were so great, if God had
not helpod tham.
When tbey came to the land
which God had given their fathers,
they had a large river to cross.
This had been told them all along.
But when they came to thid river,
their leader struck it with his stick
and the water above stopped, so
that all thc children could wade
through. After they had crossed
they camped on thc other side and
named the place Tahmitoo.
Thsy had then to engage in wars
and on ono occasion their leader
caused the sun to stand still, and
thus lengthened tho day, that they
might destroy their enemies. And
at another time the Lord destroyed
their enemies by sending a hail
storm upon them, some ortliehnil
stones being as largo as a hominy
mortar. Shield Eatxhi..
pKncwtiaorresBiteryorttel i hen their enemies destro- m Tite mouth and foot disease re-
Indla Territory. . -tiie lmuo in which this holv lire norted last week as nravailine- in
j some herds m several counties in
Kansas, is mentioned as appearing
also in Missouri ard Illir ois. The
Caldwell (Kan.) JbtirnaZsays of it:
The symptoms arc: First," a
slight moisture about the animal's
mouth ; dry nose ; cold horns ; hot
feet; examination of tongue shows
small nimnles on sides and ton :
animal will not cat ; next saliva
becomes ropy and drips or strings
from the mouth ; fever increases in
intensity, and in cases where fever
1? Rtrnnair in frnf i linn 1iii?w7 QltfrTif
lameness is shown ; the tongue be-'
comes covered with ulcers, and the
animal is unable to cat anything
but slops, if the animal recovers
from the disease in the mouth,after
about 4U or J0 days the hoof slips
off. Mr. Eatock used the following
simple remedy, and during his en
tire'experionce with the disease he
did not lo.c an animal. One dose
is sufficient, and should it not op
erate within nve or six hours, two
ounces of common salt should be
given. Cure : One pound Glauber
salts, one pound Orleans sugar and
two ounces of ground ginger mixed
ami given at one dose. Follow
alter twelve hours with bran mash
or other soft food. No treatment
will prevent the hoof slipping off
ii uic lever in uic ammaiis strong.
NEATEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST SE
LECTED STOCK OF
Staple and Fancy Groceries Constantly on Hand. Also Cut
lery, Queensware, Wootfenware, &c, at the Old Reliable
Grocery House of
aC.mONSEDE - - Virata, I. T.
Carload of German millet and
seed oats just recicved at William
Little & Co's.
Pure wines and brandies for me
dicinal purposes at W.H.Mitchcl's,
Don't forget to call on C.C.Iron
side, the boss grocer.
Onion sets, garden seeds, seed
potatoes at H. Balentine's.
Stoek Cattle forSale.
From five to six hundred head of
cows and calves, and one and two
year old heifers. Apply to under
signed at Chotcau C. X. . March
4th 1SS4. C. Hayhex.
Finest seed sweet potatoes ever
brought to the west at William
Little & Co's.
Dress goods in endleesvarietvat
W. C. Patton's.
Go to William Littlo & Co's for
onions, onion sets, seed potatoes,
and garden seeds.
To All UltomllTay Concern:
Having received strict and spocial
instructions from the Execntivo
Department of thc Cherokee Na
tion in regard to the report of per
mits, I hereby warn all persons in
terested in the same, to strictly
comply with the law and renew
thoir permits within ten days after
expiration. Ai:c.i McCoy,
Clerk Coowccscoowec Dist, OT.
Qq w 5-
Ushtiiias Creek Babbllnss.
Allbwb, I. T., March ISth, 1SS,.
We have had cloudy weather,
Farmers have begun their Spring
Roads have been unusualy bad.
A great many cattle have died on
the Verdigris River this winter.
Farmers say this has been one
of thc severest winters on stock,
they have witnessed for many
Considerable malarial sickness
out here just now.
Mr. W. V. Caroy is tho efficent
teacher of Lightning creek school
this term. It is a large school, and
is composed of Cherokees and
Dclawarus. Will is a good teacher,
and successfully taught the same
school once before.
The colored citizens of this Dis
trict have employed Hon. J. Mil
ton Turner, the "noted negro pol
itician of St. Louis, as attorney to
secure their " Per Captia " . "He
writes them from Washington he
. ,.,..... v.v, .mi u.ta mnnr A CO,of tha SOESimoAstrnicjur. m-
mem loiorwaru mm more expense iuioittiMuomiaiati,nM
1 I Mart. Coprristl. tor Ua United Stale. Canaife.
Kn?sana.rraxKvi.urrTxanr.cs& lna iioos aocral
literal tent free. Tnlrtrrrm nsn'expenraca.
In the MBTITO Axekicax. tne
SPLENDID STOCK ! CHEAP COODS !
CLAEEMORE. I. T.
Keeps constantly on hand the best selected stock of
Consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries-Hardware,
ware, Tinware, &e.
aAgent for the "John Doore" Molinc Plows and Farm Machin
Wbn't be undersold b anybody. See my stock and prices.
T. & W. E. Chambers,
sm4 Jfaxch and Sept, each
Tea: 218 pages, BirfU
'ineaes. wiu. over 3.200
iUotratioa z trbofo tilo
tOMeallerr. Gins whole.
arfe price direct fe eotuvmen on all pood
lor perseaai or fcrnily at c Telia how
to-order, and giro exact cost cf creiy
thing joa. vse, cat, drink, -wca, or havi
fan wilt. These jnralnablc hooks con
tain inforzaalion gleaned from tho m?
kets of the world. Wo will mail a copy
Free to any address upon receipt of tee
postage 7 cents. Ltttahcarlromjou.
MONTGOMERY WARD &. CO.
r M Wateak Atcku. CUoca. IO.
Bulls For Sale !
t n-.ift J fi"
nnderslope ia '
Post-office, Virata, I. T.
both ftidea;, t
Oiop off lot
car and split
in rizht. '
A a tX
A Select Lor of
40 HEAD OF TH0H0UGH11ED &
Two and Three Yew old in the .prinp.
Sis IloIfctcinB, 1 Xhoronghbml Devon,
and balance .Short-horn. This stock
was helcctcd from amonthc best herds
in Pennsylvania and Ohio.ondshipped
here early last fall. I also offer for sale
my Thoroughbred Shorthorn Bnll.
"Bnstie," three years old, weight 100
pounds. Call on or address
W. W. KUSIIXORE,
lutf Oherryvale, Kans.
PostotSce, Vinita, Ind Ter.
Some cattle br'nd'd
on left side.
irccK, nine mnes
northeast of Vinita
CIjiLIlE3M:ORB, X. "3?
Keep always on hand a complesc assortment of BEST GOODS at thc
LOWtST PRICES. 1S7" Look over our stock. Price our good
and be couvinced tbst we will sell vou goods aa chenpasanvhouse
in the "W'est. -Highest price'poid for Furs and Hides.
Beaed & HlOKS,
CL.AREMORE, I. T.,
Dealers In Staple a Fancy Groceries,
Stoves, Tinware, Patent Medicines, Wooden Ware.
Ritcfiey Roller Mills Floor Constantly on Hand,
-oiooi aiways complete ana soiu at tne ( j J-l It; A PF'sT
ices. HIGHEST CASH PRICE paid fw JFttdST uxi
Wool. E2AMH?E 0UE STOCK. Jxties, j? Xir
T. F. THOJCPSOlf,
P O. Vinita; I. T.
bin Creffc. : miles
south of Vinita.
"W. T. DAVTS.
P. O., Xlaita, I. T.
B. F. MTT.1TKAD.
Post-ofiic, Prairie City, I. T.
. saiiie brand
an both sides
ol , no rse
3COSCS KZOKUJC yf
Postoilico, Sac and Fox Agency.
JLt r a e
off the rfjth t
and swallow fork in left. 3Ht
i A i.Jrr
bin & Duck
Vr. E. HALSELL,
Post-office, Vinita, I
Post-office, Echo, I. T.
" .Brand je van-
f, either sida
08 light- earl
naaer slope off
LOUIS BOGXM. u
Prst-oQice, Chetopa, Kansaa.
in right ear
eroaia left ear
in rig t.
Largest, Best and Clicapost
Stock of Furniture
everbrougbt to the
Burial Oases, Coffins,
I. have, or can make, anything in my line.
GUS HECK, Seneca, Mo.
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ASBOlaflBBBRE J BF5iBSBB
JaaaSKaraVr " ''W'fmWmm
laBBBBaj i "S
Skiatook Post-office, C. N.
llomi n y
W. H. JCABXPHC
PostotSce, ATnita, I-.T.
a . !
Boot & Shoe Maker.
i33-Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine Shoes and Boots a Specialty
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. oltf i
' This brand and mark crop and nn
1 derbit otf each ear kept up on rauc't
Vtinon ear mark' and olil braiKls.
1 Horse bran 1 h.rc-sliocon Jeftchoul-
UVA UUU ...
e ic lit miles
north of Tulsa
left ear. au
Some cattle branded
on hip. Itighthip
Rancu B15 Ca
on right side.
TD. "7" LIPB
St. Louis, ilo.
The Only Wholesale Yards in S.
Louis Accesfibla by Sail
1. Every railroad entering St. Louis
is directly tributary to these rani.
2. Texas shippers ate informed that
connection with these yards from the
Iron Mountain &Southorn railmail ran
be made without cost and with much
less shrinkage than to any other.
3. These vards have the peculiar ad
vantage of being located on tho St.
Louis side of tho river, from which
fivo hundred thousand eopIe draw
their provision sopplv.
4. Lvery pawun fionse in St. Louis
has a regular buyer stationed bore.
Buyers of cattle, hogs and sheep, both
fcr the home market and eastern ship
ment, are at all times represents!.
5. Par comfort and convenience these
vanls have no superior in the countrv.
Two lines of street cars approach hero.
Hotel, telegraph offices and other con
veniences for stockmen on the premises
Secretary and Treasurer. I
Will sell goods for Cash, as cheap
as any house in the Territory.
Call and Examine my Stock.
B. M. "WTLLIA3IS.
Post-office, Prairie City, I. T.
rig h t
EVANS, HUNTER & NEWMAN.
WELLS BBOS. ESIGO.
Post-office, CofTeyrille, Kansas.
Any p jrtfeii
sS!S!!3fe Bin. ai
thctr resular ranee on Vcrduiris ririr.
above Goody's 1'AutVs and on Big creek,
will be liberallv rewarded ay fivia-ia-fonnation
of the same to V elhu&ac. dt
T. b. EOSS Proprietor.
D. N. AUon-P
I have rocently taken charge ofthis IIouso, and havo put.it
in FIRST-CLASS Shape for thc Accommodation of the
Traveling Public. I set as good tables a3 any Houso
in the Southwest. Meals to Citizens, 25 Cents.
When in the City Stop at The 'Frisco.
VIOTTA. Ind Ter
Yicc-Pres. it Treas.
JOS. IIOBER. -Supt.
Half-breed cattle all branded
on left side and hip. Some ear
marked MM and jonie RE1
the lat- Lcl tcri8call-RiVile,l the
jingje- bob mark Texas
Steers road-baand KTSBQ on near
side. Varions ear- alEa marks.
ranoe Commancbc county pool.
M. -W. COUOH. .
Pct-Offie, Lightning Creek, I.
-PXlOrTtlETORS Or. 'i'TTvy
. SENEGA ROLLER MILLS,
S3EXKTEIO-A., IMES'VUTrjOI'Jr Oo., MO.
The primary teacliera of the
Cherokee Nation should subscribe '
for educational journals. Too manv '
of them have thc very erroneous j
idea that they can teach without '
reading, and keeping themselves
posted upon thc Art of Teaching. J
Ifr. James Dickey is renderins
excellent service as a teacher at!
Big creek I.T. Mr. Dickey is a
thorough normal teacher, and the
patrons are already beginning to
congratulate thomselves upon the
good fortune thov have had in se
curing him for their teacher
CO. &re noticed
Irrtat, torn, and
weeur. epiencua caxtstuiss ana incmKUtur in- f i r -f " r.-i-v s
)nnmtnrf. JladraMUrO A CO-bciXJTtlTia i
Auc vx uaee, 4. uroaawaj-, r cw 1 ovk.
Highest cash price paid for ALL GRADES of WHEAT.
Orders for FLOUR, BRAX and SHIPSTUFFS promptly attended to
t tr t
Should you stand in need of a
new harness or saddle, go to ilc
Gannon & Bro., Seneca, Mo.
Offer for eale at Retill,
my anj all Tirictka ot
tanrrr btocK,tiotIi Im
ported and native, cs
ptclallr all tiw new
IlTbrids and Seedling
Of merit of eastern and
Sun-w "Depot for
Blank Ordrr. C'onlractr.lrnntto Accat Ac.
i, vt ii..'iiiH amj i".iti iairr, asm allium l-
fruiiurui-uiiK-aiKin. alilitrorr. AI-b)l
aaHBUV'V'a!. -1 I'JaaV
JOEL B. GENTRY & CO.
locust Grove Farm.
(Eight Miles North west of Sc'-iL.,,
Bncrncns asd DEAiEa i
Short-Horn, Hereford and
JACS3, flTTP i3C2T2TS7S
Anil Denmark Saddle & Harness Horses
Harp n nn5fnt 7nfi li'1i r-ntfi anL ivwIi.ti.m! 5Juirt-hi-irn lmltv l)i li?.fi
failrf..rfJlof 1SS. tlieOdeoial, PorUlnpon, t grade Herefont bulls , onecarof Polled bulls; one rar of high grade Hereford
;,n'nlilirnrchiA-rcial i heifers ; 30iJ high grade short-horn cows in calf by I.oreford and l'ol.ied bulls
" 1" i-ii vp p..J..n.. " 1 u ( arc nrctiarwi lo make contracts ror future delivery for an" number Come.
S. C. I AJ-MLR. Kdm air, M,,. an(, M ' KcsnectfoJl v. Joal S- Cea-trv & Ca,
F. A. LI CK, Agent, VinitaI. T yl HngUcsvilte retti Co., Mo.
Crop otf right ear, and swallyw-fork in
O. Viaita. I. T.
marks and ofel
Post-office, Vinita, I. T. rt
split in lft
taz in rigitt
miles vest "
at the head,
creek. Range, between Pryor'a and -
offico, Tahlequali, T T.
only to ship.
nois river. 4 miles cast of Tahlequah.
Mrs. ISABELLA N23W3CAX,
Post-office. Skiatook, I. T.- -
0. 31. aicClellaii.
PostoT.e, ( wala, I.
1 'Mill II iTllilliii i 111 "
Few cows on Ipft ;? a rtv
cattle bran-IVJtl ded flWI behind
left shoul- SLZM der MW
cattle mostly avefli doable
dewlapned IlorrC brand C. M.
on left side. Ranch on Cancy.
JSa .am aw Wf
n Root Creek, Osage Nation,
W. Q. ITELMS.
Post-office. Vim!- I. T
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