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1kiax Carxnvox Pcbushisg Co. . frc investigate q$U cliargcs
0 flSO THR JLX3T.TJS2. J against ex-Longressinan l'murps;
The Glebe-Democrat of SL Louis, them Low to cure snrli persons, as
Mo., contains a dLjntch iron! Ft. also bor to cure all diseases.
Smith, Ark.. April 5Ui, which states' Crazy persons WGre supposed to
he possessed with the devil, or af-i
Va. 1. 1m,
G. W. XHter Baslaess Sauajrer.
flictcunll the Xanshi
j NrjgsAWi (if Pine Log.) ja
VINITA, I. T., APRIL 10. 1SS4.
The Mormons arc pairing some
endeavors to get foothold among
the .Cherokecs. Thev are scatter
ing circulars over the country, and
have two or three missionaries here.
"We publish, this week,, the resol'a
tioes of the Presbytery of tho In
dian Territory relating to them.
The Mormons ara going to find
the Cherokecs shrewder than they
expect. They can see the fanati
cism nnder the pretense of religion.
To call a thing religion is not going
to hide its real character. "Borrow
ing the livery of heaven to serve
the devil in" is an oldtrick. JEsop
tells of an ass who tried to wear a
lion's skin, hut only the shallow
and simple arc deceived,
Te deprecate anything like re
ligions persecution. IVLilc tho
Mormons do not break ourlaws we
have no right to legislate against
them, although it is jix the prov
ince of our Council to say who may
1-e admitted to domicile here. Op
position increases far oflener than
it diminishes an error. Gamaliel's
advice was the wisest the worlddias
ever heard. "If this thins be of
man, it will come to 'naught, but
jf it be of God ye cannot overthrow
it."' The last appeal must be to
the inaividual people. Iftheyacr
ceptit, law in a free country can
not prevent it. Our laws can rc
f train evil practices. "VYe have a
right to make laws to prevent a
physical pestilence, and not less to
prevent jnoral ones.. Xo folly or
wickedness was ever so palpable
that it did not find its abettors or
dopes. Because some men claim
that it is ablessedpriyijegc to have
the itch, ittiocs not follow thatoth
crs ought to be compelled to ex
pose themselves to it. The major
ity wno do not want to catch it,
have some rights at least.
There are three condemnations of
Mormonism which are self-evident:
I. Intolerance. That, clone, ought J
to condemn it. A man. who knows J
lie is right is 'tolerant, charitable.
.Jf c is so by cry virtue of being
right. Intolerance is a self-confes-eioa
of insiaccrity, hypocrisy and
wrong principles, fpr even, a
richt principle may be held so
as to make It wrong. 2. Its!
claim to modern revelation. 3.
Polygamy. "By their fruits ye
thai! kao w thcm,"is an irrevocable
lav, and a just one. Of course
their missionaries claim that poly-
of Kansas, resulted in his complete.
exoneration, and that the attorneys
for the plaintiff in the suit of Boa
dinot ajminst Phillips have
nouncod their intention of with
drawing fioin the case. And thus
ends the case,so fer as the charge of
criminal violation of law. hv Col.
- -ji.... . . Ji m Mm m m - - " i iwoin jfmi Jfc-- ntAwMB4ml-Mnri
Phillips before the U. b. Court at j ' - -" -""-A .iau
r. -..r'it. t- , L.J..1 An,t w i Imd ascended fsrnn the mountain.
when ene of tho warriors began to
talk about women. His compan
ion immediately reproved him, but
Shield Eater had a lengthy tra-
a.1.idition relative, to their decline, the
imbalance of which is as follows :
God directed the Indians to ascend
a certain mountain, that is, the
warriors, and He would there send
Ft. Smith is concerned. And so it
The delegation had the'anthority
of the government ot the Chcro
When I hear a noizy infidel
proklaiminghiz unbcluaf, I wonder
if he will send for sum brother
infidol to cum and sco him die? I
guess not. He will 1m? more likely
to send for the orthodox man jrho
engineers the little brick church
jutt around the korner.
Bulls For Sale !
sued from the side of the mountain
and Gd spoke and told them to
return, as He could not assist them
on account of that sir. Thev put
kec Nation for making the cxpen-; instantly a voice like thnnder is
diture of seven percont of the ap
propriation obtained to coyer the
real value of the selected tracts of
Cherokee lands west of the 90th
meridian, upon which the Pawnee,
Xcz Perees, and other Indians were '
located by the government. The
appropriation was justinitself,and
the expenditure to aid jn obtaining
it was neither imnroner nor unrea
sonable, nor has it caused any de-1 S1" water, or from what direction
grec of dissatisfaction among the l,,eir minus appear to oe rawer m
Chorokcesexcopt in a few individ- the & ; only they say the Dela
ual cases. The land belonged to waras.whom thoy call grandfather,
them, as did the proceeds. Thev ' the lead.
had the risht to use a portion of it SoE however, according to Ko
jGrocevy House .
IN VINITA. -
A Setter Lot op
40 HEAD Or TH0R0UGHBBED &
Two ami Tliree Yearsold in theSprins.
Six Hsthtviai, 1 Thoroughbred Devon,
and balance Short-horns. This stock
,l .- .!. l . .1. t i I a jhswuii uuia auiiius uic uai uenu
wc uu uwui, ,c. mc vaiu . ,u Ponnylama and Ohio, and shipped
never returned to them after wards. ' here I'arly Inst fall. I also otter female
! ... 1L....1.1.M.I CI. ...I. -. TT..I1
rt it . i t I J isuiuuzfiuieu ruiniuuiu juu
i. ne auuqnsnBnn unite, as ittr as 1 1 "
havo diaeovered.in savin:; that thev i pounds,
came to this continent from bevond istf
the sea, yet how they crossed the
J "BuRtic," tiirw years old, weight 1.SO0
(.all on or adilrt'ss
r. w. nrsiiMonE,
Cherry ale, Kaus.
NEATEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST SE
LECTED STOCK OF
Staple and Fancy Groceries Constantly on Hand. Also Cut
lery, Quesnsware, Woodenware, &c, at the Old Reliable
Grocery House of
C. 0. ntOKTSXDE - - Vinita,I.T.
a. "W. GREEN,
Post-office A"mt, I. T
Slit it in ri.tit
Rang" On J onesi
northeast of M
nita, I. T. 211
A. P. GOODYKOOKT3.
rost-oaicp, 1nita, I. T.
erfgS Various marks and
llan-e fJn J'rvor'a
creek," "i u"iuilpa
west of VIcita, I.
for services rendered in a proper
way, and nothiug has been devel
oped thus far to show, that It was.;
used in any other way by any per
son, certainly not by Col. Phillips,
who lias rendered more valuable
service to the Cherokee Nation in
a legitimate way than all his assail
HV propose to give from one to two
columns per week, ftn a while, a tbi
subject. Every one ylio knows any
farts of the ancient Iristnrr ef the
i-Cherokees. or auv of ttie tribes in tile
f Indian Tcrritorv'arc requested to fur-
uiu Liiuki loi iuia vuiuuu.
The Butlrici CelL'rffon. 1622.
The Indians never used Co cat a
certain sjitew in the. thigh. The
name of this sinew' in Cherokee is
fu-wa-sta-to." Some say that if
they cat of the sinew, they will
have cramp in it on attempting to
run- Itls said that once a woman
had cramp in that sinew.and there
fore none must eat it.
Anciently, during a certain por
tion of the ycar,all the people used
to fast every seventh da. Little
children fasted till noon.
Fasting all day was from sunset
till sunset. Phixiji-Eatek,
And Other Antiquarians. I
The seven clans ate seven fami
lies, each from its own original
gamy is not a part of Mcrmonlsm. sock, " therefore too nearly re-
Then whr don't thev ouit it, and uiea lo oumn oi intermarriages.
4i.nn a oc n.i -n-i.;, ,.ni..i Savannah olau ; 2. Ani-wo-ti. or I
.UtU. d SMKL WUUW& ,tUl.l. IU.,'1
camv is anheld is thrice damned I Paint 'r -l-'Anl-qui-lo-hi,
r . " - . -- - - It- i.-r i-
tisdi, s&y the Cherokees, with all
other tribes, came from the north
west, that is, crossed the ocean in
that direction. lie says that when
young he saw a very aged Chero
kee woman at Creek Path, who had
boon many years a prisoner among
the Delaware Indians. She said
the Dclawares gave the following
aeoourt of the red people, consid
ering all the tribes as originally one
people. ey said they were in
great distr before they came to
tia uoiitinentfiBland); that thoy had :
no land of their awn, and the wo-'
I men Irad to a outio work and wash 1
for others to obtain a support, and
the men, ai?, had to get and chop
wood for others to support them
solves but had no wood of tlieir
own, and could get none, onlv as
they dug up roots out of the ground, j ;r 1
At length the rod people reformed, j p
and became a good peonle. andi m. "d
were then treated much worse than ' -
before. The people aicong whom
they lived would take their horses
or other creatures, and put them to ' -
their ovn use, and thev could not ,7- A
help t!:?nwrive5. They therefore' 3
concluded they could not stay there
and came off and crossed the sea
beyond where the $h&Tnees Jived.
This would bo from die Creek Path
north of west.
The ancient Cherokees used to
say that the Indians would bo
driven to the wost till thoy carm?
to the ocean, and thon be takoni
The BcrniaP Gctde U lu
nod Alsrch and Sqjt, each
yczr: mo ascs, HJrUJ
inehet irith over 3.300
illusaation a vhoie pic
ture callcrr. Givc9vhoI(w
sale prices dinet to ctrwnert on all goodj
far personal or family ci j. Tells Loir
to-order, and gives exa$ cost of every
thing tou Uec, calj driak, --er, or liavt
fun yah. Thcso invaluable hooks con
tain information gleaned from the map
kcts of the vorld. W will mail a copy
Free to any address upon receipt of the
postal! 7 cents. Let us bear from yon.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO
S3? A S9 Wabuk Atom. CUm EL
SPLENDID STOCK ! CHEAP GOODS !
CLAEEMOKE, I. T.
Jveeps constantly on hand the best selected "-lock of
RAL- HB1CEAMIIISB !
Consisting of Dry Goods, Gro
ceries, Hardware, Queens
ware, 'Tinware, &c.
IAgent for the "John Deere" proline Plows and Farm ilachin
ery. "on't be undi-rsold by anybody. See my stock and price?.
AW O. PATTON &CO.,
Pobt-ollice, Vinita, I. T,
Smooth crop in the
Horses branded the
same on the left
Ranee Kock creek
Post-oflle", Vinita, I. T.
JESS" S. SCATBg.
Post-office, Vinita, I. T.
Crop off leK
car and spUt
B. J". MILSTEAD.
Post-offic-, Prairie CityI. T
on both sides
of Ho ria
wopo m i
each ear. i
Pr or's j
in. south I
near 11., i
K. & T,
wit. xJUiM.ft iisu:,
ros'vOta. e. inita, Ind. Ter. I
fSXA oa left side.
Sjjjjj Uane n
Fggff? Litt'e Cabin
tre-k, nine miles
northea&t of Vinita
Pjstofficc, ?ae and Fox Agency.
broad K on
and swallow fori, in left. 20 tf
e3JT Qv IF?? "Fn "Ryr t&t5 "tJT -r -r
Keep alwavs on hand a con.j.l. -c a.i-lm'-nt of BEST (!OODS at the
LOWEST PKIfES. t--j,....k oxer oir s-tock. Price our goods
and be convinced that we will sell you -oods as chcRpa-anv hou.-e
in the Wost. Kaj'Hiffbcbt prici'pnid for Furs and Hide?-.
T. F. TH0MPS02T,
P . u.ta. I T.
I'ost.offktr, Echo, L T.
np, either sids
ofl right ear,
creek, C. 3T.
so ay u?
CLAR1S8GRE, I T.,
i Stovi1?. TinwJ.", Putnu ruedicinrs, Wooden Ware.
i Ritchay Boliar Mils Flour Constant! on Hand,
fcsTfcUK-k always cumplttc and old at tin- f?T I Tr a IJTT'Cirp
j and Wool. EgAKIHE PUS STOCZ. X "4
p. o ,
Ranpeon Hi? Ca
bin Creek. S mites
south of Vinita.
Maita, 1. T.
Post-oEcc, Vinita, I
Pfst-ofiice, Chetopa, Kansas.
Split and bit
in ncht ear
and b wallow
I aaTBBWar! ft -j
crop a Teft er
Largest, Beet and
Cheapest Stock of Furwitute
ver lrou"ht lo tin-
The Choetaw tradition is that
they, and all the rod pooplu, came
. .. V I in TnfiiAC t thocn enron rtltne in
resisting me u. a. taws pro- -v. . - -w ---" l from a eouutrv bavond Uie western
t if When tlnv -nr-!rfirf aSlOUOWS: 1. iUll-Wa-Va, Or IV OH I . . t, . .. .
g it. w uea yicy pracucc- .-,., . ' ... ., ocean ; that they rrcnt on tnrs wav
i. . ii: clan; fL Ani-ko-ta.ko-iri. orTJlind .... .
tin uiey came to tae teoshore, and
in itself. A system whidi changes
the hpuic into a brothel, wives into
harlots and slaves, children into
public property, pats a premium
on ignoraace, licenses every" Scriinc;
whoee caiiFarics compass sea and
land to msec one proselvte. A svs
tem which, not coatent with bear
ing its infamous fruits, tries to tear
down everything which has blessed
and enaebled the race. A system
which culminates in the attack on
, n ' - ., r poses that this rite has beeji prac-
. . .. " 5 ticed amons tlie Indians. His
on ine cann nomc, uienoweroi
the earth, the culmination of the
race. Such a system, does cot need
condemning, and it is condemned
already. It is vain to say ilormon-
isrn does net teach such things. A
Ejstem which permits and fosters
was so narrow they could cross it
j in one day. Thpy all crossed and
, then followed the shore north, till
i lIlPl Mfk fn Tiloawk ,t.l,An fltn cn
T rk..MpliM,. Irtn . -. An, 4,c ,,n rfi-1 I
Bird clan ; C Ani-ka-wi, or Deer
clan j 7. Ani-stnsti,. or Holly clan.
Clrcumcition. "With regard to
this we can learn but little from Uie
Cherokees. Nutsawisays he has
seen Indians of another tribe, or
strangers to him, who had been
circumcised, though he had no con
versation with them on the sub
ject, Mr.Boudinot, however, sup-
.. vantaw of bein
the ' Loniit side of tl
I nre hundrc.l
marks are as follows : "Tho In,
dians to the eastward say that,prc
vious to the while people coming
into their country, their ancestors
were in the habit of using eirccm
' cision, but latterly, not being able
. , " ,,i to assign an v reason for so strange
fcutm things is more guilty than if . npn.. :hnirrrmn nnnnltt ?n.
it openly taught them. . . , m ' ,. mr..
-fc, w.- .-v.ai-u.
Their coming here cannot bnt!c
an clement of danger in our rela
tions to the United States.
If Mormonism expects to win
the confidence of the Cherokecs, it
must manage to get along with the
United States -governmeat. We
can't afford to harbor a system
which is in all but open rebellion
against the United States.
QwneG to the paramount import
ance and exacting demand? upon
his time and labor, of the profes
sional duties of the Rev. J, W.
Scroggs, his relation of Local Edi
tor will close with. the present num
ber of the Ltdias Chisftai:. In
asking this announcement it is.no
affectation on the part of the Edi-
sr to say that he does so with un
feigned regret. The ability of 3Ir.
iroggs, his varied attainments and
indefatigable energy and persevcr-
lce, are too valuable to be relin
quished without sincere reluctance.
Wc shall hope, however, to receive
n future from his versatile and
inngentpcn, continued contribu-
ions to our columns. Hereafter
he CnrEFTAnr will he under the
xelusivc control of the remaining
editor, who, having been relieved,
y resignan.cn, oi tne auties ot
jstmaster at Vinita, hopes to be
ble to devote more time and care
i his duties than has been hitherto
Practicable, and thus keep the
ilcKonzie says of the Slave and
Dogrib Indians, very far to the
northwest: "Whether circumcis
ion be practiced among them,I can
not pretend to say, but tho appear
ance of it was general among those
Dr. Bcalty snys, in his journal of
a visit he paid to tho Indians on
the Ohio, about 50 years (now SO
oriX)) ago, that on old Indian in
formed him that an old nncle of his
who died about the vear 172S, re
flated to him pc vera! custarns and
traditions of former times, and
among others, that circumcision
was practiced among- the Indians
long ago, but their young mon mak
ing a moclc at it, brought it into
disrepute, and so,it came to be dis
used. Star in the Wett, pp. 113.
The Indians have had two great
kings, the greatest of these lived
before the flood ; but the second
after thev came to the land which
God gave to
kirnr was also a
xmpuuenco, ingratitude, ignor
ance and cowardice make up
kreed ov infidelity.
Did you ever hear ov a man's
renouncing Chrislisnitv on hi: j M a r7B!a.r, bV-Vdr Rationed he
11111 - - e i i BnJ't,r8 of cattle, hogs and thc-ep, be
ucoiu-ucuiuiu luxjimg iiiuue.
Gamblers nor free-thinkers havn't
faith onuff in their profession to
teach it to their children.
Xo atheist, with all his boasted
bravery, haz ever yet dared to ad
vertize biz unbelief on hi tumc
It iz a statistikal fakt that the '
wicked work harder to reach hell j
than the righteous do to enter hea
I notis3 one thing: when a man
gits into a tite spot, ho don't never t
fiend for hiz friend, the devil,to get
I hod rather be an ideot than an
infidel; if I am an infidel, I have
made miself one; if an ideot, I wuz
I never hav mot a free-thinker
yet who didn't beleave a hundred
times more nonsense than he kan
find in the Bible euny where.
It is alwuss safe to follow the
religious belcafthat our mothers
taught us there never waz a moth
er yet who taught hpr child to be
A man mav learn infidclitr from
books, aud from hiz associates, '
but he kant learn it from hiz
mother nor the v orks ov God tint
If an infidol could only komprc
hend that he kan prove more hi
hiz faith titan he kan bi hiz reazon.
St. Louis, Mo.
The Only Wholesale Yards in S.
Louis Accessible by Bail
and Waer! .
1. Every railroad entcrinjr St. Louis
is directly tributary to theirs vanl.
2. Texas shippers ate informed that
connection with these yards from the
Iron Mountain Southern railroad can
; Ikj maile without cost and with much
j less -hrinkase than to any other.
imauijuu utc iiiu ptM'uuur au-
ins locaieu on tlie M.
the river, from tvhich
tlimiKnnd nAnntA i!r-iu
I their provibiun supply.
4. J;rery p.icjtinjr honw in St. Louis
fur the home market and eastern ship
ment. are at nil times represented.
5. i or comfort and convenience thcso
vanlsliovo no tnpenor in the country.
IS-Lrr-icti Ciiscs, CofQa.,
IBa-losr "w is.soiajs, ZEI-tc Site
I have, orcan make, anything in my line.
GUS HECK, Seneca, Mo.
Tsco lines of street cars approach here.
Hotel, telegraph olBcc-s and other con
veniences iurstockiuon on thopreimscs
ESTILL 3h HtXItY,
VT. A. RAMSAY, President!
Secretary ami Treasurer. I
KVSS & CXX.ef tba 6t mmm Aubocait. em.
Unas Uidu trjllcttun for IVati, Cutssu. Tnda
Marti. Cnprrlxbts, for tte L'nttrt earn, f-v-
I rjirSma. Fnnee. Urroanr. cle. llu4 Book boot
I I'airslB eot free. TltlrlTJT Tnn' experience.
I'xlmt otuiacd thrmuh JICSS A CO. re noUcnl
, tatesciErnncAsoucjLS.Uia lsrscst,N&t.an4
niaat wuvir drcsUtecl idenUfle wr. tUDmreir.
i Vfirtlr. SpletKlia amrua and tntrrrttlra Is.
' fcrmiitun. awxtmen eppr of ' fclrmlfle Amer.
Ima mt Itm. rt3rr. MIXS CO, scuanirio
ifrKicOiace.aaBrolwT.eirrorx. , 4
Boot &; Slioe Maker.
1 1 - '.'n.l i.i.
dt ." 1 . .r a U . Ui
1 1 I ! - 1
II..-- 1 ... : n r
Skiatook Post-ofllco, C. X.
llomi n y
1'osti.tnrc, Vinita, I.T.
iz rssmmmmmkm. fmnnirnr
'-'i-Zzar-mm ic:t ear. r
ii r ua.l 1K o.
.u . crop and an
. ki pt up u ranch
rkjn. uM lrajd.
. liut- on left houl-
elht miles I
I. T. '
EtTiS on h p.
-aiiie oran ic-i
0a riyhc side.
X?. -W XIE!
Oowala. - - - Ind.TerJ
Will sell goods for Cash, as cheap I
as any house in the TeiTitory.
Call and Examine my Stock.
B. SL WTLT.TA7.T5,
st-uHii-.-, Pnirie City, I. T.
on 1 1 ft
EVANS, HUNTER & NEWMAN. I
ii 1 ' 'MM1
WELLS BROS. & PRIGJ.
Post-tiCii-L-, Coffeyvillc, Kansas.
and ear mark
t n as.
hia. an nt
.. . -1 -
ti;eir regular raape on erdisna nrer,
ab jve t oody" ll;uir and on Bis creek,
mil U? lioerally rewarded by giving in-.
formation f the same to Wells Bros. &
T. D. ROSS ' Proprietor.
ft li-w.'Si j-
D. N. Allen -P,o7
Vinita. I. T.
Van ousoth er
marks and ol.
Post oUJce, Vinita, I. T.
Offer for Mle at KtUH,
sdj aiul all Tariellea ot
Nurscrr Stoct.lxjth ua
Irt nl awl nallro, cs
t'cl,T all U wr
lltbri.U and BerJIMgi
of lurrll of ra-tcro am
Smxi DirroT for
Laifre Postt-f ImiUr
iiuuw unicrs iCDirsrtiMi rma to.Acrat,ic
UrelnwjFnjit and Kl .cerrtai-,aada.'l Hurtl
caltunlruMlrailnur, at! -jirk. .IoiiboIe
falr for fall of 1VA the Oriental, P.iIinton,
tica. AgrtiUilitaT wanted. Wntr for tenna.
S. C. VALUER. Kansai Qty, Mo.
F. A. LUCE. -ent, Vinita, I. T
Post-office, Chetojia, Kans.
I have recently taken charge oftlii." House, anil have put it
in FIRST-CLASS Shape for-the Accommodntion of the
Traveling Public. I set as jrood tables as any House
in the Fouthwost. -Uenls to Citizens, 05 Cents.
When in the City Stop at The 'Frisco.
Nalf-hni-d i .ttie all branded
on left Rideand hip. Some ear
marked OH and tome
tue lat- l.cj Unscnll-lyJJ eI the
jinpje- M bob marlc'' Te x a g
htet-rs roa.l-l.aH 1 E n n.-ir
side. 4inuug ear- tAJ marks.
RA.NGK fiuntiii-i. . ii.nnt;, J.00I.
creek. Range, batweor
split m left
bit and zinc
taz in KIit
at the be4
M. W. COUCH.
Poat-OOue, Li;r!.tnjiis Click
f jf m 1
1 ? II m
Sec'v ,t Treas.
-rcROPsnEToss or the-
SENECA ROLLER MILLS,
JS:JiKN"230.ta, ZNTESUTOIfl" Oca., MO.
Crop olT right ear, sn.l strullow-fork in .
hiz impudence would be mutch Jess
their fathers. This I offensive.
preacher, and in Unbeleavers are alwuss so reddy
his day6 the people were irisc
much iviser than thev have been
and anxious to prove their unto
leaf. that I hav thought Uiey mite
since. He taught them tlie use of i bo jut a leetlc doubtful about it
all roots and herbs they use in
medicine, and alo what to say or
The infidel, in hiz impudence,
sing when administering them. He ' will ask yu to prove that the flood
made the little spirits called Ani
tawchi, which poison people, and
he also made another kind to cure
tr poison these infuse. Persons
HiEJTAix in advance of all other I poisoned or killed by witch "raft hen's egg iz white and a duk's egg
apers in tho Indian Territory. were first made crazy. He taught blue.
did. occur, when the poor idiot
himself kant even prove, to ave
hiz life, what makes one apple
sweet and one sour, or tell hi a
Smooth crop and uaderhack in cch ear
Highest criFh price paid for ALL GRADES of WHEAT.
Orders for FLOUR, BRAN aud SIIIPSTUFFS promptly attended to
1 F. BOCLER, Sunpriutendont and Business IManasrer, SEXECA, MO.
Post-office, Taldcijuah, I. T.
EJfMCSr ca 00 on hip
only to ship.
mis nvf r. 4 radea cast of Tahleqiah.
Mrs. ISABELLA NBWaCAN,
Pst-oince. Skiatook, I. T.
O. M. STcClolIan.
Po5tyfli( . Oowala, I. T.
Horse bran 1 1 Z.
J. O, HALL.
Postomce, Vinita, I. T.
Undcrbit in each
Horse .brand same
on left hip.
Cabin and Prjor"s
JOEL B. GENTRY & CO.
Locast Grove Farm,
(Eight Miles Xorlhwet off. ' "
Bnixonns .vxi delec if
Sliort-Horn, Hereford and
And Denmark Saddle & Harness Ilorxcu
I Have At rrr;rnt""i'lh ,;hgrad aid pcdigrei-d hort-horn build nOOhih
erade Hercfcnl ti.ls m-"ar of Polled buJs, one car of hil. srade HerefurJ
heifers, 300 hish srae hort-horn cows in calf by Hercrurj and Pu' cd LuN
We are prepared to make contracts for future di liwry fir any numDer C oipe,
and ecu tig. Re&nc.U.ii.t i7oel ZJ. Gaatrv- Si Co, '
Y) I JJnjbeillt, Pettis Co., 3Io.
n leit ri.le. A fo '
ir.I t-rr3 liphinn
l.utl. LV5i.1 .1... ITCrf
""" DSTin c-l r4sri .
r a 1 1 it- ui..st! fiiaEJdonble!
dewlaprrtsf Horse brand O. 31, 1
on leu id lt.in.-h on Canoy. 1
w-.'q. nelms. r I
rost-ofii.i :u!j. I T. I
c r e p t, 1
cb on Hot ..Creek, Osage- Nation,
1 y j 1 f
4 O, Cotfey'
Range, o a
Wolf creek, 2p