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The bubs Ctefltk
Poblinhed Uwry Thursday by the
Intia- Chikitai.n Pcelishixg Co.
K.J.TIwimbh Jc 3LE-XlfeenL, Editors
J. W-JUWer . .....MatlMres Jtanaser.
viNITA7 I- T., JULY 24, 1SS4.
Blaine's letter of acceptance was
a modc&f little dvcuuicut of G,000
The third annual exhibition of the
North Texas Horticultural society
was held atDenisonou "Wednesday
of last rceefc.
There are about 50,000 blind
people in the United States, and
the care of thcin costs not far from
The Caldwell Daily Standard
lias .gone the route traveled by
mauyx predecessor and will be
seen bo more on earth.
It is awiouBccdia "Washington,
that G rant and Cookling will stump
the country lor Blaine. Such a
thing is hardly probable.
The pesteffice folks at Spring
Held are jast now involved in. a lit
tle matter concerning thirty regis
tered letters which, are missing.
Since last issue a break has oc
curred iu the cai.de market and
prices now rule from 30 to 40 cents
lower. on all grades.. Indian steers
-were worth from $3.30 to S4.S0 per
hundred in St. Louis on Tuesday.
Prices were tending downward.
The midsummer dullness is now
in full force and effect." The coun
try was never in better condition,
Jit al ways at this season of the year
there is a lull in business and the
jeoplc jnve their attention to get
ting through the heated term com
fortably. There are twenty-five United
States senators who terms expire
Jiave been held fn our instances,
the successors to Pendleton, Wil
liams and Jonas, of Louisiana, be
ing already chosen, wrhilc Allison,
of Iowa, succeeds himself.
The Retrablicaa convention of
Kansas, by a. vote of G2 to 296 de
clared against a constitutional con
vention. j This was a. test of the
prohibition question in that body.
The Kansas editor like his brother
in the Territory must so far as the
law i effective, still weather the
.summers heat and winter's cold
JTrs. D. W. Lipe has gone on a
visit to her mother's, on Grand
touches it, it starts off im
mediately under th i.Jlucneo
of hvdrostatic pressure and caml-1
, lory attraction not only-downward
'but Literally, to diffuse iteelf? all
Mrs. A. II. Norwood, from Ft. j through this mans of earth and seek;
Smith, is up on a visit to her the sea level. In its course it trick
ster, Sirs. M. Ilnndlev, wllPrc lo? closely between these particle
, , . . , " of sand or "hues more rapid! v be-
shc expects to remain for a month. ! twcm . of RnMim, ;,ui,.rra
The Oowala country has been n,.a mountain of impenetrable
very lonely for quite a while, but ' stone, and f hit. i soint: on forever
astiicvouiig folks have returned far lneath earthV surface. Down
c , .. -,, ,. I in it depths are its lakes, rtvors
from school, guoss it will liven up , viveitsm An ctva.
Tlio Oowala people are bound to
have a new school house. They
are making preparations for build
ing right away. Hope it will be
completed before the first Monday
The new building of Dr. A. J.
Lane will soon be complutcd and
then he will have to fulfill his
promise to the young gents give
them a dance. . , Ikk.
Payne and his followers arc but
trespassers and have no more right
to enter Oklahoma and settle down,
than they have to come to this
countv, and settle upon the land
owned by Mr. Smith or Mr. Jones.
Pane's frequent attempts to settle
upon Hie Oklahoma lands, have
become a decided nuisance. If he
has such a profound respect To the
law, whv does not he obev it, by
waiting until the land is opened i
tor settlement, by an act ol congress
and not put all law at defiance bv
his constant but fruitless attempts J
togainaioouioiu mere, n ue is
so anxious to secure hemes for
timself and his foIloTcrs, whv not
settle in Kansas whtrc a plenty of reproduce disease in him who is un
fortunate enough to swallow tnem
for extreme heat like
tiou's mom, "weeping ceaselessly
in silent majesty. As it moves
along it picks up and carries with
it all water soluble matter and by
erosion niwh that is particulate.
From the filthy alley ,pig sli&,stock
pons, privies, mud holes, and com
eteries it gets a liberal supply.
Fortunntelv there arc a multitude
of chemical actions and reactions
occurring on it downward course
of permeation and circulation which
are highly conservative, for by
them new and innocent bodies and
substances are constructed out of
old ones which may have been
very deleterious. But in order to
this reconstruction there must be a
chemical disintegration of the old,
and only such matter a- capable
of such disintegration r e capa
ble of reconstruction, aiuce the
many Bacterean forms of vegeta
ble life which constitute the mate
ria morbi of most of our diseases,
especially such as arc contracted
from infected liquids poscss an
intrinsic vitality which makes them
almost proof against peril, so that
they fail to die and furni&ii mate
rial for other forms of activity, but,
live 10 oc carneu inueunuc uis
tanccs through water and earth to
good land yet remains open for
settlement. Xo, Payne is consti
tutionally opposed to work, and
knows by keeping up tliis Oklaho
ma agitation, he will find a few sim
ple minded enough,' to -believe
what he savs and contribute to his
support. Leavenworth Times.
Payne and his schemes are daily
growing in disfavor on all sides and
even bus followers are beginning
to see him in his true light.
SA3ITAKT JOTTERS 50. 2.
It is said that the stretch of coun
irr extending from the G ulf of Mex
ico to the British possession, along
thesIopc of the Rocky Mountains,
containat the: present time meat
cattle worth more than $G00,000,000
which subjistwholly on natural
grass. MuchofUiis beltis includ
ed in what was" formerly known
as the Great American Desert:
Everything augurSSwell for the
success of the Xew Orleans Cotton
Exposition 2ind Worlds Fair to be
held next winter. The half million
dollars required to be raised before
the government loan of a million
should be available has been de
podtedin Jjank and the guarantee
bond that the money lent will be
used only for exposition purposes
has been signed and forwarded to
Washington. It is therefore ex
pected that the government money
will be obtained within a short
time- This will enable the expo
sition to perfectit once all its plans
0aU Prairie Hess.
The early corn will 6e a very sure
Dp, while the late will depend on
d season and a little more
Patrons of our public schools are : P1" air-
lobbving for the best teachers. e
hope that all will be satisfied when
the appointments are made.
Our worthy sheriff, pursuant to
:rdeia has commenced the work,
.f demolishing fences. He expects
o do itnp on the cyclone style, as
pic law provides.
Wheat threshing is the order of
ie uay. lnrec swam, tnresners
Ire now at work on the prairie
jparating the wheat from the
rawv Average about lo bushels
Sundav schools have been organ-
Led and reorganized in every whool
jusa upon the prairie, and the
eople manifest much interest in
to good cause. Thanks lo our Bap-
Dr. B. F. Foriacr CouUbhcs Ills Sn?-
gestioas waica Saoald be Carefully
Perescd and 0feverre.
These systematic investigations
fortunately demonstrated many
things effecting public health which
are strikingly applicable to Yinita
ana nice towns, it is particularly
important now as the warm season
is advancing that we "place our
souse in order"by careful removal
of all putresciblc matter from streets
and allevs, else sickness severe
land rapid! v fatal will almost cer
tainly occur. Again we a"c build
ing a town which is as certain to
be a city of importance as time
lasts, provided -only that the
blighting hand of monopoly is not
laid upon it, and in view of this
alone it is important that even
permanent improvement be made
upon sanitary principles. Econo
my demands it, for "health is
wealth" and without health there
can be but little happiness in our
homes or prosperity in our busi
ness. Every builder should know
how to locate his well, and wheth
er to attempt a cellar, for compara
tively few locations arc St for col
lars. In writinghealth rules wc may get
upon somebody's tender toes, but
we shall do so innocently and in
no spirit of fault-finding. It is
onlv in the absence of anv board
of health that we consent to speak,
and the interest which every good
citizen ought to feel in his hnae
town is sufficient apology forthc
act. , Then we take it thai every
person of even ordinary intelligence
and decency would like to know
what he is eating and drinking and
the measure of danger involved.
Again every interest of the town
whether educational, moral, social
or commercial demands that it be
made and kept a healthful one, and
we are sure ttiat witu proper pre
caution lucre is uu icas.uu wuy i
nita may not be elevated greatly
in the scale, even to an equality
with anjr inland town, except such
as arc situated at high mountain
altitudes. We are beautifully sit
uated and favorably surrounded.
Who could describe the ravishing
loveliness of these undulating prai
ries, like a billowy ocean of green
bathed in a sea of sunshine and
uncooked, for extreme
that employed in cooking destroys
very effectually these germs.
Caldwell Standard. J. S. Evans
bull tmin was up lrom Iteno, for
freight las' week and moved out
on the trail Monday. Charlie
Liebler loaded them with 02,000
pounds of grain, and the entire
train carried out about I.10.U00
pounds of merchandise and freight
altogether equal to about six car
loads. This is the largest single
consignment sent below by our
merchants this season.
Giant powder, fuse and sports
men's supplies alwavs to be found
at II. BaYentinc's. at bottom prices.
Balcntinc bought three hundred
chickens last -reek, and is still
buying chickens, butter, eggs, and
all kinds of country produce, for
which he is paving the highest,!
If you are sick, haye yeur pre
scriptions compounded at Frazoo
& Go's. A competent pharmacist
and complete Imc f fresh drug? is
on their case, v.-
Leirzcalin the work.
One of ye Honey Creek peda-
pguesr celebrated . the Glorious
irth at Southwest City in a new
ckaway drawn by a fine span of
its and by his side was scaled
6 belle ot tne prainc. n
aber expensive yet consoling.
ISprcial term Circuit Court, con
ned on 14th insL but there being
.no contention with the legal pro
ion and" His Honor, Judge Clark,
to the legality of holding a spec-
I term, an adjournment was tak-
untilthe regular term. Two
minal cases were taken cogniz-
Iceofand Mesrs. Bell and Owen
e. wane very interesting re-
nhs npeathe past and present
hdltloa of the aticn. B s
There are three prerequisites to
perfect health, vizi Pure air, pure
earth, and pure water; the two last
being twins a inscperablc as were
the Siamese. The deterioration of
one is the deterioration of all to a
degree, but between water and
earth there must be a very special
relationship. The earth is a great
sponge through which runs streams
of water and upon whose Eurfacc
the winds blow and the rains of
heaven fall. Every drop of water
foul or clean that falls upon its sur
face, barring that which is wafted
in vapor to the lungs of breathing
nature, sinks into its porou3 bodv
until perfect saturation is secured",
when the remainder laden with
what impurities and organic matter
ithas gathered from the surface,runs
away in brooks and rivers to build
those immense deltas which form
Everybody h buying their gro
ceries, queensware . fcc, at S. A.
Bluejacket's, because his stock ig
fresher and his prices .lower than
any other houso in town.
A drive over the prairies is now
in order, and til? place to find good
rigs is at Craig & Courtney's liv
Go to S. A. Blugacket's to pur
chase your fruit jars. He has ju-t
reaeived with hia iare stuck of
goods abiij supply of Mason's self
sealing fruit jars "which ho is sell
ing cheaper than the cheapest.
All persons in Deleware district
having more than fifty acres of
land under fence, nnlcts enclosing
growing crops, are hereby notified
to remove such fenecs by the first
of August, or I will remove the
same at the expense of owners.
J. D. Mcskdat.
July 24th, 1S84.
If you would consult the interest
of your pocket book purchase all
your groceries, aueensware, fruit
jars, "tc, at S. A Bluejacket's,
who now has the largest, freshest
and cheapest stock of goods in
town. You will find hira happy
f o wait on you at his place of busf
ness on cast tide of square.
J. S. ElTJNTEE,,
COOYYAH, I. T.,
The Business Centre!
CHOICE STOCK OF GENERAL MER
CHANDISE On Grand River, 4 Miles East of Choteaii,
CSrOur stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Hal., Groceries, Queensware, Tinware, Cuflcrvi
Saddlery, Harness, Boots and Shoes always complete, and sold at lowest prices.
G. "W. GBSEtr,
Post-office. Yimta I.T-
I Have lurcliased the
GRAY FLOURING AjSD SAW MILL
.Arid axa Ircparcd to do a General
P. O., Choteau,
THE OLD REjLilABLE
Where you can depend on getting
Crop off left ear and
Hplit in riht.
Range On Jones
northrant or Vi
nita, I. T. -JJ
A. P. GCODYK002JT5.
I Vt-. , V.uiu, I.T.
Various marts and
Kange On Prvor's
creek, 1" miles
vest of Yinita, I.
ff to i in r ! I fcj'j')
i r t
sule or bip.
W. O. PATTON & CO.,
Post-office, Vinita, I. T.
Smooth cropiin the
came on the left
Ilange Rock creek
!'U ( l xi -ran, L T.
Smie cattle bra if
Y ; on left sule.
Ear mark Orot
"l.iein each ear
I'.anjje un Prvor'rf
i-reefc. I. T.
PostotiVe, Vinita, I. T.
Crop of left,
ear and split
Pcit-ofLcc, inAa, I. T.
i earn ear .
i near M.,
K. & T.
WBBBKiWhM mi iii
Postoffire, n.ta, Ind. Ter.
I on left side.
I reek, nine miles
n rtlu-ast or liuta
TJSTGc s;33.c3. JPJEilOESS Jk.S LO
JDtt A T rf
O. Vimta, I. T.
Full & Complete Assortment
Of Everything nef'l bj 'h. po-l r.f t!ir X-it'on. Hj loivfj xcrit 'ice
has tai'jht vie j"$l vhnt Lintl of goo-lt the juole vranf.
I Carry No Dead Stopk!,
trter ! i i "
O. T. THOMPSON",
Pc5toir.ee, Yir. 'a, Ind. Tcr
V ftr -alt'e bran
'IJSRl and in
ice rattle revis
ed br Allison
I Thompson braad-
liaue riyors crecK,
miles south of VlnitaJ near
U.K.&T. E-ll. J f
iIcct. Foreman. P. O. Choa-
W 17 1
Itanjre on IIp Oa
bin Creek. " miles
south of Vinita.
mita, I. T.
Thu profits on goods I sell aro not eaten up hy losses on goods notsalahlc.
small profile, and will do so. Que trial will convince the most skeptical.
i l ;
I can auunl-t'iuU-for
alii! Si ill8 ri Oil! I
bin A Inck I
Tost j? . , fc-a" anil Fox .
II o r s 6
brand K on
and sua l)w f.rkn left. -tt
I'ost-oi&cc, L'ch , I. T.
np, either si Jo
oil right ear.
tretk, C- 2v.
Post-office, Vinita, I
H777T .1 FULL STOCK OF PRY GOnns. ( I'lTUXti, HOOTS A XD SHOES. HATS, FW-WSir
JXll GOODS, (J IMS FRIES, QUELSbUARL. SLlIOVL llUUKs, STATIONERY, Ac. CWu .,, !
3-. W. CS-S-EEliT,. V-i-n.i.tSL, I- T.
Ki.ilol V WX. Sfimi '-"
9 Tg 'B
JkL.lvxk Pt-ulUc-, C. X.
JI or s o
HOLD THE FORT
T ' .
dc' . r
jE ,SM '11 -I .ai-shH-
i uK r?l
n -n. s
K ll m t, t -fe
il rajaar crop and nn-
j j t k. ; t i-r ..n tant-li
iar r'r- an-l uld brain!-.
On left ?huul-
I! .i n r li. on
- l;ird Creek,
e i it li t tulles
north of Taia
Crop off of
on ri::ht aide.
. . i'r .it:e Citv, I.
Largest ijine of Hard-ware, Stoves ancl
Tin-ware kept in the Cherokee IX ation
GENERAL MERCHANDISE' -
1 K A
"WELLS BF.OS. & PHIOG.
P6st-ofhc. C. rTevville. ICansas.
if Van an
fess5!"5 oti -t brail-!
t it n.
h 1 1 , off u r
r- i- nn V rvhjns river,
i -ioIN jinl on ftii rreew
' v n nrai-ilntl liv nvitii in.
. ' iT i -
1 1 ir h t
nn left i
EVANS, HUNTER &; NEWilAN.
left ear. ,lr r
imUrrbit alNi-.ci . y
rV"iL I wiii Ih 'iit'ai
Owin f..-u.j.ii . . f tin., sju to Wells Ilros. &.
E. B. Henry-P. O, Vinita, L T.
. i rvrs on
marks ami old
. Creek. ' 1G
Sole .A-gent Tor tlic
BEST IN THE WORLD !
it llit ntmiths nf rivrr fnpminfifinfr I
it and elhodist misgionaries for I jn non.tidal seas. For examples
sec llie Aiississippi, uanges anil
Xilc. The streams through the !
earth whih supply our wells and i
ppnngs differ not materially from
those which course acro.s its sur
face, both being surplus carriers,
except that the former arc filtered
of most of their particulate matter
Both are comparatively impure,
the degree depending upon the
chemistry and porousity of the
soil Ui rough which and ovemrhich
they flow. The earth is a great
ma3 ol particles lain closely to
gether, but between which partt
ules there is abundant room for liq
uids to pass. When the Houds
pour their contents upon it, or the
cook her pan of dudiwatcr, or the
butcher his stale brines and 1 Ikh1.
the wafchcrtvoiuan her tubs. f in tid
?-id vi shtri wi.cn any i
mailt'fwu hi cen crrt t fi
than anv yet iit.uL' c '
Doors, Windows, Window Glass, Paints and Oil.
In fact everything you want in the Household Line.
For Good Goods at Bottom Prices go to
Vinita, - - - 3hd.
n i. rt -
I the lat
I niile. urious e.ir- " marks.
I k.m.e Con.inan- he totinty ix1.
Post-Om c L .Vu.iiig frcct, 1. 1
1 ria'ail-yjcil the
'.! mark Texas
iMnA t TzTz .S12h
Large F14xk of Everything
in my Line lo Select
tiT Price? Lower than any house
iu the Territory.
Beits, Quirts., &c.
orro-riE mi nuMisit) hotel,
YiKiTA, Ind. Ter.
I ROMAN PILLS
These jvills will
Ikj f.iuml tihcful in
all forms of liilious
iation, various Fc
to Pnrifr the Wood
ete. For sale bv
X. FltAZEE A: CO.,
Yinita. 1. T.
should be ou hand
luvT iuwm -ii.ii.t
as it is an excellent
ami prompt reme
dy fur rheumatism,
Lame Uai-k. Tooth -Ache,
Sprains, l!rise, j
suvllinB. and ail
other bodily pains
For halo by
Vinita. 1. T.
Postonice, Chelsea. 1. T.
of left oar.
Kauxe fonr miles
w tat of Clielsea.
Try Homan CaUiartic Pills, the
groat liver regulator.blood purifier,
etc For sale by Frazee & Co.
PoST & COREY,
Tost tun; l in t.pa, Kans.
I'. Con riphtRHle.
AImj C w nebtsiile
Rane on head
.iU'i; ot l-iltlc
Grand Kier Mills at the mouth
.-f Prvnrc rtf Ir l.frnn nnorttifin
on. tiie lM.h ixi! . havinx been'
il ed for rep ur tiucc tee 2th cf .
HISS. J. B. CURL.
Tosti'tUte, ( offeyville, Kan.
J L on left hip or
Mile, and saddle
Mirraon right tide
K e oa Cc
Post-olliee, Cnetopa, Kans.
Crop oil right ear, and s wallow-fork in
C. M. McOlellaa.
Po-lMllkc, Uuwula, I. T.
fcinuotli crop ai 1 underl aek in each car
I Fe't ei t
i mltli !: iii
; left ln. i -
n left ile. A few
' '' 5? behind
! :e uiotlv exsMB tlonltle
.. .. . .
it den iappetl. 1 lorbe brand U. M.
ou left side. Kanch on Caney.
W. G. NELMS,
P.s'-oiL..e, Vinita, 1
J. O. HALL.
Post-offite, Vinita, I. T.
Undcrhit in each
Horse brand same
ou left hip.
t ah n and Pr or a
t -. , imta, I. T.
sylit in left
bit and zinc
ta? in nhc
I i Iii ai ute ueu'i
ereik. I. i ., , between Pryor'a'aud
Post-oliitc, Tahtaiuah, I. T.
ed OC on hip.
onlv to ship.
nois rer, 1 1) es i it olTaUlonpali
Blrs. Isabella Newman,
Pt- 1H . lilm' I. T.
rn ftxlCrcds, Oaage Nation.
P. O., Coffey
"U .If creek, 'JO
miles soith of