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VinIta, Ind. Te Nov. 10, 1892,
Local Railroad Tirao Tables.
MHSOUBI, KANSAS A TKXA8.
S.i. I. M. K T. Kttireis s.osn.m siraa.m.
4. 08i. m
So! 1, llnjiU'l St.L fct.Kx B:3Cp.m e:8Hi.m,
rfo ,T. BI.Ij.tll'bx
Ko , Mi), Its. A Tex ex
So 61, freight unit ae.com
ST. t.OUIS A SAN rilANC13CO ItAIIAVAY.
Its. St I. to Sinlis
Si. inle express .. .
Through coeehee from SI
....' . Sitftjim,
Loots to 8enipa,
VISIT ClimiCM DlllKCTOItr.
M K Chnroli South J W ilcUrary, paslnri
lahhsth school nt 10 no m.i preaching at II
it m nncl 7 ! m prayer meeting every Wed
nesilny evening". Cutnmunlon service titty
Presbyterian Clinrch 1) N Allen, pas
ion iireachlna:, Bunjaya at II a. m. and T n.
ra.i Sunday ichool at IP a. m. prayer men
inf Thursday nlghte.
Congregational Church Her. Payette Hunt,
nastori s.rvleea every Sunday at II a m. anil
7u.ro J Snndey School at 10 a. n.i Christian
.Endeavor Soelety, 4 p m. l'reyer meeting
sttTJ Thursday evening.
III pay for
To Jan. 1, 1803.
Don't you wnnt li?
Jcir llluvlns tins been among tlio nick.
It I). KiiIk-iI is still sullorinij with
Tlierc is n great ileal of sickness In
J'rcsh fnnii'y Emeries always In
fitft-i'. J no. O. Urny A'qo".
lilsWnckat nnil Itedfoik haro recently
itcen iiirJu, money onlor olllces.
From r.ll st'Ctioui tlioro Is n flattering
Report of tlio comllllnn of tlio wheat.
Do u ii try product! taken in exchange
or all groceries nt J no. U. Gray & Co's.
Mrs. V. ,M. Smith, whoso Illness was
cporleil last iveok, Is doing fairly well.
Any quantity of "chattel mortgages
wllli power ofsalu" for sale at this of
Healing Stoves, dill line, at tlio now
hardware stole at Adair. Call and in
Hoc. If being hauled for the founda
tion of n new storo nt Adair, to be Ms
Many fields of n heat arc high enough
to hldo a rabbit nud others are not yet
fl .Ifilin Mlllnr linn uMohrd mora than
any man of his size ou earth since
1 Jrim now -Imnhi-jiio storo st-Adair.
.mr. two cars of bnrbed wire; bottom
jinow ijHsrantced. ,-t
'' All s-mSnes at this place, on tho M
j K.&i.. iravo. recently urea iiiuviucu
'A' llh Hfjoal Inuterna.
There arewvo sick persons nt the
I homo of ileTrgu franklin, Miss hlla
i and lir ungest slater.
Vio't'i cur. orgonue a (Ire depart-
JvSm n,.trt gut .uto actloVlft less titno
flit i anvown ou earth.
At n is taking active measures tu
Isees l"B erection oi a roucr nun in
timt i i-t season's crop.
(t Hlcr Is assisting in the clcr-
'jsa k at the bnuic. this institu-
liitg n good business.
yd content li a home wilh "The Ko-
tt-t ; A Ump with the light of Iho moraine.
CntiDFX,tke Rocherter Lamp go.,NewYorlc
lUnrj Ilallanl w nt from Clionlran- this
Sam Hall started home Snndsy extiecthig
to return In twenty tlnji
-Dr. Fratfe.J T Onnler and Nat Skinner
are at Fort 8mlth as w ttneises.
-Hj Kelson was In the city list Friday on
his way home to Indiana to vote
Iter. Wm. Adsms and wire came In last
Frldsy tn Tlslt llielr son at the college.
U'll, Warren was anions' a number of gen
tlemen who were up from Adair Monday.
Dr. Dagby'a father and mother, from New
Haven, Mo., came In last week on a tlilt.
-Lawyer Dswca or Muskogee, was In the
city Sunday, on his return Irom St Louts.
-II R Walker went to Fort fmllh the flrst
of Ihe week to appear before the gran J Jnry
Uhsrles Itstbe. who Is employed In the
new hardware store at Adair, was In the city
J. II Merrell Is In Fort Smith for the pur
pose of defending Mr. Msthls In Ihe csto
(.'apt 8. S Cobb went to St. Louts Sunday
night to see a half iloscn loads or his cattle
Judge Hinds, a prominent attorney of the
Mmkogee court, was In the clly last week en
route to and from Falrtand.
Jim Crutehltelit was In the city a (er days
the first of the I eek lie Is going to spend
the winter In western 1 exas.
Mrs. Kubsnks, or Tahlequah, a sister oj
Dr Thompson, came up a few days since.
Wllllsm Thompson Is also here.
Will Moore, one of i A Nellson'emen at
Claremore, went east Sundsy evening on a
Tlslt to his home In New Jersey
Jndge Mason went to Muskogee Monday
evening, heard eight cases as commissioner
and returned on Turadsy morning's train
Will Overton returned from Texas Mondsy
night Mrs. Dr Cllnkscales, who accom
panied him down, will not be back for a week
John U. Anderson went to Tort 8mh the
first of the week to appear berore the grand
Jury Mre Anderson Improved the opportun
ity to tlslt Ver eoviln at IledrorlT.
Little llessle (Isrrett went to Texas alone
by last Mondsy night's train Her mother
and Mr and Mrs Halsell will meet her at
Henrietta and all will go to San Antonio
S. II. Meyeiand wife went to Springfield
Monday livening tnr Ihe pnrpose of having
tltOr little Oxushtor examined by an anrlat
She h. been s injuring with psr trouble for a
Itev L W. Itlvors wss In the city Mondcy
and reported Inst lite youngest child, aged two
and a hall years, which had been lying at tho
point of death, showed some Improvement
Hon M K. Ilenlon, of Neosho, and his
brother, flsm, were In the city last Sunday to
meet the former's wife who had been visiting
in Texss. Her train was delayed by the
wreck below thontesu, much to Vnt gentle
ys Death of Dr. Thompson.
A gloom was east over this city last
night by the announcement of t ho
dentil of Dr.8. J. Thouipron, which oc
curred about G:30o'clock. Ho had been
sulleriug for some six weeks witli an
acute attack of dysun'.rry ; Saturday
evening his condition seemed muili
improved, but HaDilajr iniliimmnliun
of tho brain set in "with tho result
above sifted. Dr. Thompson has held
miuy places of trust In Viuita, at the
time of Ills death being mayor of the
city. 1'robably no member of the
community ever bad inoro friends
than be or deserved more. Deceased
was about 35 years of age, was a den
tist by profession. His family is one
ol the leading ones of Ihe nation and r,
his untimely death will bo mourned
throughout its length aud breadth,
and an unstinted measure of sympa
thy will go out to tho bereaved wife
aud foster sou. Tlio funeral eei vices
will take place, at the M. K. church at
2 p. in, to-day, aud will bu conducted
by tho Masonic fratcrnity,the Knights
of Pythias alto attending.
X SHfJOKlNQ MIJKPBR
Jean W. Elliott of Thin City Tho
Word win received o.irly last Friday
tnorning that Jess V, Klllott, of this
clly. had been mnrdcicd tlio night bo
foro at Untoosa, whither he went on
tho nltotnoon train to nirvo some legal
papers In tlio capacity of deputy ron
slablo. Tho particulars were fow nud
quickly told. Tho uuforlunnto mnu
loll Into tho company of Dob Tnlton -belter
known as Hob llogers in a bil
liard hall and both being under the
Influence of liquor, they got Into n
light. Klllott wan beaten and knocked
down, when bystanders Interfered, got
Talton out of the room and locked Ihe
other in. Ho was ll n ally let out, w hen
ho got on n horso nud rode up the
street, Tnltou followed, knocked him
off Iho horso a tut cut his throat with
a knlfo, making three hoirlhlo gashes,
aud then left him .Someono passing
by saw Elliott leaning against n pool
and heard the blood rushing out but
thought ho was vomiting. He proba
bly li'.vil Inenly minutes but was dead
when nevt seen. Dr. Warren and
sonio nf the neighbors built a flro and
stayed to watch tho body here ll laid,
but snvoral hours after Talton return
ed, rodo through the lire, ran them oil,
kicked and stamped tho liloless body
of ills victim, put on and woro his hat
for a while, looked through tho papers
in his pocket and tlion loft. Tho ro
mains wero taken rharge of by Deputy
John Taylor, bul owing to a delay in
getting u coffin were not broiilit homo
for burial unlit Saturday. They pre
sented arevoltlng spcclaulc, Iho faco
showing plainly tho marks of tho mur
derer's boot heel and spurs inflicted
after ho had been dead for Hours. The
interment took plaoe in u gfavo yard
some miles riouth of hero where other
members of the fnniilv are laid. Jess
W. Klllott whs probably forty oars of
age, nOhorokeo, and had been given n
fair education. Ilo hue pr.ietlcud law
ninro or less for ton yearn In tho Ohtfr
okeo courts, and also in tho United
States court since lis establishment In
this country, liu leaves n wife and a
family of siuall uhil . i In this city,
and a large number of other lelativea
throughout the nation. Talton is n
Cherokee but llltlomoro than twenty
years of age, who lias practically
brought himself up, as the term Is
used. Of lute he has been employed
by Jim Djiighcrly its a cow hand nt
tho much near Catoosa. Ollicers were
at once started In puiaijlt of him nud
ll U not likely lie can long eludo them.
The tact that his victim was an ofliccr
of the Imllau Territory court would, it
wai at Orel BUppostd, make the mur
der a United Slate case and flic the
ji-riuliclion with the court tt l't. Smith,
bul Judge 1'nrker concludes differently
and refuses to act on tho premlros. It
was reported that Talton hud bin
horse shod at Sapulpa Saturday and
left word for his pursueis that he was
Later. An erroneous report was in
circulation here yesterday tothocllect
that Talton had killed John llcnrd,
deputy shcrilf. t ntjse from fhe mis
reading of n tolcgrnm ,
Sorlouo ana Fatal Wfooki
A wreck orcurr&l on tho M., if A T.,
two miles south of (Jhonlcnu last Bun
day morning nt two or thrco o'clock In
which Engineer Tom tilnnton was
killed and Iho fireman and brnkeman
Inlured, ns was n nmti who wns healing
a ildo. Thotrnlnwas a north bound
freight ntlJ wnsprobahly running forty
miles nn hour to mako the Chouteau
hill when it struck n stcor on tho
trestlo. Tho engino went over nn em
bankment, nnd tho tender and six
Icon ears wero jammed on aud over It,
The engineer was not found for sor-io
lime; his ncek wns broken :ml death
whh instantaneous, fireman Kred lily
has n probablo fracture of the skull
and bin loft sldo was crushed; Drake
man J. L. Avern, who was riding ob
tho engine, was burned by steam; both
will probably recover. Ilrener 'lurk,
a farmer residing at I'mdy, Mo, who
wns beating his way In a freight car,
wan caught bulnot-u Iho nrcakngu nud
a telegraph pole and ll was necessary
lo cut Ihe polo down, to liberate him;
his Injuries uert) ffflt serious Tho
wrecking new anil olllciuls readied
here about 7:30 on their way down
from l'arsoiiri, nud picking up Dr.
Ilagby, one nf tho company's local sur
geons, prieeeded to the icttnu of tlio
trouble. I hey wero until nearly ulght
Nt 8klnnrr, of Vlnlte, was In our town
Jack Mcl'hersnn died of pneumonia Frl
dsy night at Tom Gourd's.
A number of our most prominent builnese
men left for Tidileqush this week.
Will Uhlttlm and MtSs Qrsce lleait were
married Sunday evening at Itev. Jacke'a,
Mr. and Mrs. deo. WalUry spent rlttnr.
day and Sunday with friends In the country,
lets W, Klliott's remains note brought to
this plage am Dr. Ijunhyliesd prepared them
James L Taylor, of l'rjor Creek, passd
through Ctsremore or. his way tu lalilrqnah
a few daya since.
'I ho'new hotel proprietor came lait week
but failed to comply with the conlracti hence
wns refined the hotel.
m.I.ATKD OOLa(UI! IIKHS.
NED CHRISTIE KILLED.
Payi lor the Weekly Indian
Chieftain to January 1, 1803.
f!eUterfng7eports come from
- reganl'JDK''iss Flossie Ktopli-
grcs'm'a(rslc nt the conscrv-
Jol L II. Dell, being uaked, stated
1 ittho was not going to Tnhleqnan
A ti the election wns over and tho ro
n i iuOwn.
1 n,,t.,K &T. engino ran Into ono
. al tmr inml treat tx ntif et t lTnf.
lit, the "u' " "" "-" ""
1 H-- lillnu holh and caunlntr a
li r, una a
'l g delay.
AI pnrties v - ."v.w .....o.,j
.dock lor this I a'l' planting will ploaso
otne at onco aud gat same. Vinita
A smalt Inducement on the part of
be people of Adair will secure a flour-
ig mill and they aro tiiKiug iue
Isyoortownor neighborhood alive
nd doing anything? If it is, suppose
oa mention tlio fact In a few brlei
ords In Tim Chiwtaik.
Parlies who have been enquiring for
ttra length statements and "head
m aV" statements can now bo ac
omroodated at thlsofuce.
llrnco lias been in the city fof
une days endeavoring to work np an
ilercJt In a buildlpg nnd loan asio-
ution located at Hannibal.
A cotton gin at Wobbers Falls owned
Famous Hmltb, Qeorgo Vann ana
L O3rbon was burned last week;
as ft.000, with no Insuranco.
The man who robbed tho llogers
tpre at Chouteau was captuied' at
iVsgoncr, but uiaue ins escape, ran
I the prnpoety was recovorou.
V1I Carter Is "running along"
nn au attack of fever. His situation
i the drug storo is being held for the
me kingby ! iynn, irom uanton,
The inspectors ucuevp itioy uavu
uglita carol callie, most oi which
erOStOIOU. Aoy iitm ouiu ilk u
nlon yards, St. Louis, nnu sent lo
The Frisco "'linger train tirao has
l .- rAlln.a. A ..l..A.
jou cnaug , "li""" niinuo
om the easf. ,j:H a. m., doparts at
2.5 p.m. All tlio oiuor trniun mn as
Many of tho neighboring state towns
ml rattio for congratulation in me
ct that Halloween wits passed with-
it any loss ol life; property was do-
royed wantonly and without stint,
The family of Jess W. Klllott desire
dioress their gratitude lo the goad
(liens of Clatotnoro, and eopeclally
John M. Taylor, Jr., nnu ur, Jese
.hvliead for liieMBUneas snown in
rlnif lor the unforlunat man's re-
oi ana preparing lutn ror ounai,
HE80I.UTI0X8 OF HEUPECr.
At a call meeting of tho tonn coun
cil tho following resolutions wero
WHEREAS, In tho Providence of God
ono of our number, H.J.Thompson,
mayor of our town, has been removed
by inn hand of death, therefore be il
Hesom'ku. Thitt we havo lost ono of
our best citizens nnd a worthy associ
ate, nnd we feel and moan Hio loss of
his presence and couucil In adminis
tering the allalrs ol ocr town ; nnd we
extend lo his bereaved family our
doepest sympathy, with the assurance
thai we eliaru with them tbolr sorrow.
KesojAKD, That we request all busi
ness within tho town bo suspended
within tho hoars of two nnd four
o'clock p. rn.,th!g 10th day of i.Tuv Wfl,
Kesolved, That a copy of theso reso
lutions be famished tho bereaved fam
ily aud to the papers of the town far
publication. W. L. Tbott,
L. W. JJjJFnsaTox, Act'g Mayor.
Mrs. McCarthy, at Ihe academy,
would liko n cow giving one gallon and
a half of milk to kcop fur tho feeding.
On Saturday, the 12 Inst., tho Viuita
nurseries will deliver treoa at Chelsea,
Catoosa, Tulsa, Oalogah, Tallala and
Nowata. All parties who have order
ed their stock delivered at Ihe abovo
named places will please bo In readi
ness to reriove Barae. Vinita Nursery
Tho Ilidar, Clark and Kendall settle
ment on Pryor creek is engaged in
tho construction of a school house
which will bo oponed uoxt Monday.
Thopeoplt) of that section are alive on
the subject ol education and thoro aro
three schools within a radius of lour
Tho hquso situated in the tnaplo
Irons In the south part ol town, occu
pied by Mrs. Walker, caught fire last
Thursday night, about suveu or eight
o'clock and when tho alarm wns given
moat of tho roof was blaring. A crowd
turned out promptly and in a very
few minutes tho fire was extinguished.
Two or three doctors wero hurriedly
summoned to S. 6. Cobb's last Wed
nesday night, tho neighbors wore all
aroused, and tho captain made eboul
tho aamo preparation as during tho
war when he expected life command
to be charged by a brigade. Tho In.
vadinT forco In this case proved to bo
only ono little girl.
Charley Owen, the husband of Mrs.
iV, 0. Williams' sister, died at Jopllu
lastBunday, Mr. and Mrs. Williams
went to Neosho, ulwo hp funeral
took placo, by tho first train, Mr,
Owen wasungagod In the piano bus
iness and Is remembered by a number
or residents of this city. He died of
consumption and had boon bedfast
Dallas Dodd haagonohoinslo Provo,
Utah, his father having corao for him
last week, and will piobably not return
even though he regains his health,
Mr. DodJ, tlio older, Is a man of moans,
'apparently, and is erecting a largo ho
tel near Jackson park, Chicago, for tho
accommodation uf awld'e fair visitors
next season, J. 8. Thoao, In whose
store Mr, Dodd was employed, parted
with Mm regretfully.
Dynnoilto Usod to Dlelodgo Him
--Aroh Wolf Aleo Porlelico.
This noted desperado, after defying
the United States nnd Cherokee nil
thotitles lor it half dozen years, neailv,
was killcil tiy me it. Mnllii deputy
marshals laxl Thursday at his home
fourteen miles Irom lalilcquah. 'Ihe
ollicers, sixteen fn number, surrounded
tho house, wliiuli was almost n fort,
without attracting attention, during
the previous night. About daylight
the door opened and Arch Wolfe, n
comrade of Christie's, emerged and
started for the spring near by. He
was ordered lo surrender, but refusing
wns 11 red on nud full, but quickly
J limped up and ran into the house,
from nhleh by this timo n shower of
lead began to bo poured. The women
folks wero soon sout oijt of tlio house,
for safety, nnd the battlo begun. As
It seemed impossible to dislodge tho
outlaws by other means tho use of dy
namite was resorted to with tho re
sult of blow lug down purl of the houso
and sotting It on flro. OhrUllo, who
had been secreted underneath tlio floor
crawled out nnd started to run,
as he went A volley from the ollicers'
weapons silenced him forever nnd it Is
easy to believo that a sense of reJiel
was full by nil. Charles Hare, thril
third one of the desperadoes who woro
quartered in tho house, attempted to
escape, badly-burned, bul was caplur
cd and held on the chargo of assault.
ing Unititj. States ollicers
mains of Wolle, the man first wounded,
were burned np in tho cabin, it Is re
ported. Tho captured prisoner and
tlio body of Christie wero conveyed to
tort Smith. That tho usual reward
of J500 fqr the capture of a murderer
of nn olllccr will be paid by the govern
ment is doubted, as it is specified that
tho person shall he taken alive.
During Chief Iiushyhead's second
term Ned Christie was one of tho cx
ccutivo councilors. His downfall is
goncrally attributed to a mistake,
though by no means an excuanblo one.
Having a grudge against another Cher
okoa named Mnuus, he stationed
himioll ono night at Hip brook in the
north part of Tahloqiihh, near whore
tho now ecpilnary now stands, oxpect
ing his victim would pass by there.
Shortly aflor Deputy Marshal Dan
Maples started to cross tne stream on
a foot log, nud being about thn slgo of
Mauue, Christie mistook him lor the
Utter aud fired, killing him on the
spot. Repeated elloru havo boon rasde
to capture Christie, but l.e has fought
the ollicers oil" In every case uulil tho
last. Ouo of Iho first attempts made
to died the outlaw's aVreit was by L.
P. Isboll, city marshal of Vinita, in
which ho received a shot in tho
shoulder, crippling him for life. Scarce
ly a month ago a raid was made hy
HiOfiUjapfsn which two woro wounded,
from the effect of which onp hep enr e
died. Christianas something under
fifty years of ago, a full blood Chero
kee and probably tho most dangerous
man the nation has had within Its
borders for a number of years.
M Attic Is off on a few ilays' trip.
Mrs H.H HuHtlioir on a short visit.
YV J. Johnsun hss returned heme fur i
few days' stay.
MUs Msry Harr graaed our Streets yrster
day aa did Miss Ssrah Kepler.
Capt Clem lingers Is frequently seen on
onr streets, and a mare pluming msn Is not to
be found anywhere,
Ihe dance tn have been given at Mr. West-
(oier's Tuesday was postponed onjng to the
ueawi uiAir. ruuiri nine Mnugutrr, wiiiun
we are sorry to chronicle. The fsmllr hate
the sympathy of th entire community .
Tnonew store of A. C Whitman's Isnenr
Ing completion and will be quite an addition
to the town Mr Weatover has recently com
pleted a residence and moved therein. Ur.
Hodge has laid ihe foundation fur his residence
ami others are soon going tu follow, soyoucan
hear the ring of ihe hammer and the pry or a
saw from esrly morn till the sun sinks be
neath the western liorlton Let the good work
goon. It Isesld that we will soon bav,. a depot!
we certainly hope so, for we stand very mi'ch
In nerd or one Oolatah'a cost industry Is be
coming jnlte an cuterprlse; we hare three
bsnksnowln actlvo operation, hauling coal
dally and loading cars. The quality Is excel
lent. Our mercantile Interests are composed
of threescore) I W. T Iultt, geperal mer
chandise) Qrant Huberts, grnersl merchan
dise and coal dealeri T. W Foreman A Sou,
general merchandise) Ed Sunday, livery and
reed atable) Mrs. M. K McDsnlel, hotel.
Could mention other enterprises bat fur want
oftlme. Tho day is not fsr ill. lint when
Oolagsli wilt lead any Territory town now
situate I on the K. i. A. V It. It.
Whou In Chelopa.rCansas. stop at tho
National hotel, A. M, Strode, proprie
tor, if you want first-class accommoda
tions, Kates A2.U0 per day.
Many old soldiers, who contracted
chrotilo diarrhoea wlillo In tho service
have since been permanently cured xl
It by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
nnd Diarrhoea remedy. For sale by
I'. Shanahan, Vinita, aiso It. M. Allen,
Nowata, druggists. nov
itii.-Mcn'M Aruic.t salve.
I he best salve in the wnr.d forCm,,
Ilruises, Sores, Ulicrs, Salt, Uliptim
Hover sores, Tetlurs, Chatipeil Hands
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Krnp,
tlniip, and positively cures Fllei. or ne
pay required. It Is guaranteed to give
perfcctsatlslnctlon.or money refunded
Price 25 conts per box. r or sale by W
O. Patton ACo.
A (Jrcnt Liver Medicine.
Dr. (iuiin's Improved I.lver Fills are
n stiro cure for sick headache, bilious
complain Is, dyspepsia.indigestion.cug.
tlvonees, torpid liver, etc. These pills
Insiiro perfct dlgestion.eorrect the llv.
cr nnd stomach, regulate the bowels,
purity nnd enrich the blood nnd make
the skin clear. Thoy also produce a
good nppellto nnd Invigorate nnd
Htreugthen thn entiro system by
their tonic action. They require ono
pill for a dose and never gripe or sicken.
Sold nt 2.5 cis. box by Dr. A, W. Fore
man. scp.net, nov
A Sure Ouro for Piloe.
Itching piles nrn known by molsluro
like perspiration, causing lutenso Itch
ing when warm. This form as well
ns blind, bleeding or protudlnir, yield
nloucc tu Dr Ilnsanko's pllo remedy,
which acts directly ou parts Allccled,
hbanrbliig tumors, allays llchlug and
effects a permanent cure. Fifty cents.
Druggists or mail. Circulars free. Dr.
Itnsntiko, 329 Arch St., Philadelphia,
I'a. Sold byj)r. A. W. Foreman.
For tamo back thero Is nothing bet
ter than to snlurHte a flannel cloth with
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and hind it
on tho aUVcted parts. Try It and you
will be surprised nt the prompt relief
it nflonls. Tho same treatment will
ctiri) rheumatism. For sftlo hy n,
Slianahan, Vinita, also tt, M. Allen,
Nowata, druggists. nov
Mrenxth find Health.
If you aro not feollnir strong and
hoalthv, try Kleclrio lUttors. If 'la
grlppV hns loft you wonk and weary,
tin fctectrlc Ultters. This remedy nets
directly on liver, stomach nnd klanoys,
gently aiding thoso organs to perform
tbolr funptlqns. Jf you aiW hrtllctcd
with sick hcudacbo, von will find speedy
nnd permanent relief bv Inkln,' Kloctrlo
Ultters. Ono trial will convince you
that this Is tho romody yoq tjectj.
Lnrtro bottles only BOo. at W. 0. Patton
& Co. 's drug storo. ,0
Saved from Death by Onions.
T.iere has no doubt been more lives of
children saved from death in croup or
wnoopuig congii uy tne uso oi onions
limn any other knqyn raipcdy, ou,r
mnthera usolo make poultices of them,
or a syrup, wliuli wan always effectual
in breaking up a cough or cold, Ur.
Gunu'n Onion Sj run Is made by com
bining a lew simple remedies with it
which mako it more eUecflve as a
medicine and destroys tho taste and
odor of the onion, 60c. Sold by Dr. A.
W. Foreman, druggist.
A I ttilo fllrl'a I -per rnr tn it Lle,ttloQS,4..
Mr and Mrs T-oreq Trcscott are
kwporso' Ihe povcrnment lighthouse
at Sand IV.ioh, Mich., and oro blessed
with n daughter four years old. Lost
April t-ho was takondown with measles,
'ollowcd with a dreadful cough, and
tu-tung Into a fovcr. Doctors at homo
nnd at Detroit treated her, but In vain;
she grow worso rapidly, until so Wa)
n more "handful of borjos.l' Then sho
trlod Dr- King's Now Discovery, afltj
utter thj use nt two and a half bottles,
w.s cnmnloiely cuitd. Thoy say Dr
Kings Now Discovery Is worth Its
weight In gold, yet yon mity pot a tra
roltlo frfA' atW. 0- I'attoq it Co.'sdru3
NaLDlckersOD rettimei from qalu
lioiua last Friday whero ho had bccii
to proyti up his claim to soiuo town
lots. He icports that country as be
ing nearly burled under Its corn crop,
which Is selling at 20 cents a bushel.
Al lines of business In Vinita np
pear lobs in a f)oijrlihlBg condition,
The rains are dltMaraglnff to firmer and
cotton Is opening slowly.
Creek coqnoll adjvqrnpil Manday. Hut
few Important bills have been petted.
Commissioner Nelson, Jailer lllsey snl
other court attaches have gone to their re
spective hornet lo vote.
Muskogee bosits nf no "boom," but nev
ertheless our little clly Is forging ahead In
material and substsntlal Improvements
The brick work of the ltullson building
will soon be' completed This will be the
handsomest and best arranged drug store in
S. W. .Veal, an old rrsldent or this rlty,
well and favorably knon, dte.1 last wnek
nearChecotah) his remains wore biuught here
Col II. M. Wisdom's family hare rerently
removed from Ft Smith and will reside per
manently In this city. They are located on
North Cherokee ttre.t.
tlrlngC" aisies court lor me inmsn
tcisiiuiii a e iinivni v euvi si j
Tlio dockets aro larger than can be disposed
of In the time given
K An Iraportsnl criminal case set for the 1Mb
Inst , is tusi or me Andersou nroi , cnsrgen
with larceny of a bunch of cattle. The case
comes from Ardmore on a chsnge of venue.
Cattlemen have employed counsel to aid In the
prosecution and much Interest Is taken tn thn
outcome of the trial.
Tho re-Krjeo Uelstedt's remslns were received here
last week and buried uy me momrr iieceated
was wanted fur larceny and various other
charges. In an attempt to arrest him road
by Deputies Tom Smith and Turn Willy In the
Chickasaw nation, ha made a flf hi and was
killed This Is the fellow who shot the great
loe off a aleeping tramp here a year ago,
"Just to see the fellow kick."
K Commissioner tlft.on'8 Court.
Win. Peterson, weapjn; recognized.
Franklin L. Klum, fiosattl'.jim) battery;
Oltas. It. Itlderand Alex Uallsou, dis
turbing peace of neighborhood! Itidcr
committed, Cullson f cognized.
Win. Mclnery. weapon; discharged.
Ed Gerald, removing mortgaged prop
Joseph Long, disturbing religious
r.iy Archer, assault and batter); re
cognised. U. D. Oaudry vs W. W. Miller (not onr
hardware man); judgment fur $07.-13.
A. A. Morgau vs Jeff Davis, trial by
juryjjudgpient for fU2tp.
W.T. aud H. W. Heed vs Uao. Mc
Qllntock and A' in. MoKee; Judgment
against McKee for flO.lp.
Poole & Gn'ager vs 1$. Q. nnd Ho lit
J. P. Scott vs. Andrew Stevenson; set
Marriage license issued to Thomas
Holt and Miss Jennie Hays.
r. I.. U. I'ltis, iJmitinl, or Goiilh
wesl City, will be at
Tulsa, Nov. 14 to 10;
Catoosa, Nov, 10 lo 23;
Claromorc, Nov. 23 to 27;
Chelsea, Nov. 27 to Dec, 2;
yinlta, Ieo. fl lo 17.
do you like
IQIIT hero linger a moment. By nil means then
call and seo
itnd nsk lo scu their fall and winter styes of
They ooiulsl of mnny new nnd elegant
fnbricH, designed by the manufacturers
with tho idea of adorning tho person
and nt the s.inie timo, furnish tho
wonrer with n lino looKing, well filling
and durable garment.
It is not ntccpanry, we think, to enumerate
tlio many articles which wo havo but
when wo say Ladies' and Oontlemcn's
wear, it means all it implies. Pay at
tention lo this fact:
Webuy the Best
and sell the Cheapest.
they look so Neat
b applicable to the Shoes which we
sell. Made by manufacturers whoso
very naino h a guarantee, thoy fit well,
look well and wear well.
It pays to. buy
Vo sell tho
hklXMIl , ,
PDnnCDICOIcsh and clean, now
UnULlLnl LO and largo stock. Wo
handlo Flour, Meal, Bran and Mill
stuff nt wliolc8alo and retail.
Skinner & Ratcliff,
Vinita, Ind. Ter.
PIIYSIOIAK A 8UKOKOH,
Arrow, Immax Tim,
Office first door nrth M Aft
DOM A MVfmXMlKIt,
PHYSICIANS and SUKGEOKft,
OLAKMfOM, 1KB, TlSH.
sa4e rwth in town at
try, day or night.
BU8I1TEI8 LOCALS. X . .-7r7 -. MSHt M
i - -" t, t. t, ' ' s lj-' j-h.i-j' ' 'i " 4 vs5a v
PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS,
VINITA, 0. N.
Offlce In new Fatten buildlac, eta
TX. A. M. OLINKSCALBH,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. s
'"A v (Xeif!3
Fr...-.p..c.: "-. .-,
I'H" nd other neetal troubles a SiIsrHf ., "
jyj r.HAYNKS, 8 27
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON'
Vinita I T '
Calls promptly attended tenirttO
r. WIMBB, jnaseet'
The Eye, Ear, Catarrh and ThrtMtt
Specialist. Ten days treat
OjTico over postofiico, Vinita, I. T.
JjMTEO STATES C0MMIrSI5iKK.
PiH8T Division, Ind. Ter,
. ia Vinita, Ind. Ter.
8,Jh52?-m!,,lonr'. JldIelo extends
i iV. ...'? ""P'e'i oy ie inuian tribes
part oMlie Cherokee country east or the nine.
T llh merldi.u. an. all the Creek "onilry!
Is '..osielo notary pnbller tikes deno.itW.
Mwftuww.cuimena or att taot
sumDiiearoamagesrriaa all the ristf
est Jurisdiction totbes-mount oi Hod J etVllv
easea. lourt neM at Alalia, Ind.-Tfe sh
open dally, ateepl sfcJays.- AHosimtT
c&iso uoatuiaaiemer or theUonrtof Clatau
for the Ialn Territory .
United States Corasalsslsae.
r II. BEf.L,
Vinita I T
Practico in clrcnitand district cearti
of Delaware and Oooweesceowee, and
supremo court of Cherokee nation.
JONATHAN COKE and F. X. SXITtf,
Attorneys-At-Law, Ueral rIlectlM
,.,. ad Lean Asesta.
Will practico In the U. S. Court.
Vihita, . . Iho. Tax.
Jonathan Gore le also U. 8 CommlssleaeraBA
Commissioner or Deeds for the states ol Ka
aaa. Mlnourl, Arlcsnsss and Texas. S-n
Geo. W. Uenge. II. W. U. Sseltes.
"OKNGE & SHKLTON,
TAiiLECjUAn, . Ind. Ter.
Will practice in courts of the Chero
kee Nation. 10-38 tf.
An honest Swede tells his slorv In
plain but uumistakatilo lauguage for
tlio benefit of the public. "One or
my children tcok a severo cold and got
Ihe coup. I gave her a teaspoonfulof
Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy, and in
uvo minutes auer i gave ner one more.
l!v this timo alio had to cough up tlio
gathering in her throat. Then she
went tn sleep and slept good for fifteen
minutes Tiien she gut up and vomi.
toil, then sho went hack to bed and
slept gool for the remainder of tho
nlghi. She (jot the croup tho
second night and 1 gavo her tho
satno cmcdy with the same good re
suits. 1 write this because I thought
(here might be some one In the same
need and not know the truo merits of
this wonderful medicine." Charles A.
Tlioinpseeu, Des Molues, Iowa. 23 and
CO cent buttles for sale by P. rjbauahan,
Vinita, also It. M. Allen, Nowata,
Cheap Rates for a Winter Trip.
Via tho Santa to route to Texas,
New Mex'eo, Arizona, California, Utah
and Old Mexico, aro offered by the
ban la Ko.
Tickets now on sale good until June
1st., with sutliclent transit limit in
each direction to enable passengers
to stop otrnt all points en route. List
of destinations include Corpus Christ!,
v. t'.tflo, uaiveston, Houston, urn
passas, llockport, Ban Antonio, City
of Mexico, Monterey, Phoenix. Press
Hprlngs, Grand Canon of Colorado,
Los Angeles. San Diego, San Fran
uiseo, Salt Lake and Portland.
New .Mexico is noted as having one
of tho moat equable climates in the
world; sudden changes being almost
wholly unknown, it is a most desira
ble place, either for the business man,
pleasure saeker, or Ihe Invalid, while
it is the haven lor the emigrant. No
portion of the United States can com
paro with tho fertile valleys of its
rlvors, and the production of the Held,
tho markbt garden, the orchard and
For full particulars regarding the
country, rates, stop-overs, etc., etc.,
call on or address nearest Santa Pe
azent or Geo. T Nicholson, G. P. & T.
A., andW J.UIack.A.G. P, h T. A.,
Keep a General Stock of Goods,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats
Alio a Full Assortment of
O. W, Pasco.
pASCO, HARRISON & E0XISTO3,
UUSKOOEE. ... ixsu.m
. Will practice In tha U. B.CM$i4$
inuian lerntory, and the rwtrco
A tg-page book free. Address
W.T. ITS Q ERALD, Att'y-at-Lavr,
Cor. 8th and F fits. Waakltften, B. C.
A Lumber Yard!
In connection, fully supplied with all
C3-. IE. G-AHBTSOIT
RESTME YHR EYE$MT
SCataeaata. aeaa or aieaa eaats aheoKjeil ajtjt
rarateaeel ajervearuSorni, Wlih.M Sk kails
rrfak. TWaassejit eras orai laaav ag ysJby
Patronize Homt, Industry !
Trees, Vines, Shrubbery,
sx Plants, Etc.
Has the largest and best
line of . .
Cooking' & Heating Stoves.
CHARTER OAK Stoves Lead Them AH.
HARDWARE AND FARMING
IMPLEMENTS of every deEcript
ion, from ashinglo nail to a reaper.
HIS FURNITURE is the finest
ever brought to Adair. . .
BARD WIRE sold so cheap that
you cannot help buying. . ,
Those wishing to plant this fall
shofild place their orders now so aa
to inBure early attention at dig
BTHAYKn-Ttvelve mares, hramleit II qu
rlKht shoudlor, ten hevlnir sucVliua- mule
colls Will pay a itsnetous rewsr.l. Kuaulre
or aJdtess Atie Ilarman, AiUll, T 1M1
A St'llAY-About May 1, Itttl, a atrawber.
P. D. Henry
lias just received a new and
large invoice of
Dry Qood. Boots,
Shoes, Hats &
Which, In addition to what
hu already had upon the
shelves, gives hlraoueoftlie
most complete stocks of
yoods In the CherokeoNalon
Prices Low Down
jfejfe-Wlll pay highest prices
gooas lor iitues,w
Saddles, Harness and Collars Now on Hand.
ADAIR, - IND. TER.
W. W. MILLER,
Vinita, Indian Territory,
A Car of Stoves!
Have joist been
Writo for price Hat.
Ben Davis Apple Tree a
From Kansas City t
Chicago, Omtu, Liicth,
St, Jutpli, Dmr,
St, Ptii sjiifipit.
Pullman PaUc Slescislnc Caws.
Fraei rvaollnlfHf Chair CeMsss
Only Ons ChanF ef Car tt
I sP t sjSSTSWP Sfl MSVw
, ill in. '. IBU'1.'-4J4-
J. a. Davenport,
OKNKIUY : 1IAVKNT0RT.
Attorneys-t-l,sw spi Oullecllou
VIUITA, I T
WMI.I. tiraetiee la alt the U. 8. uoarta for
V ..t.,, .. .. ...'' I
c.iiin lu hit rr.m.iica ua i.i.. . , liip imuin iiirriinrr .nil in.uuiM.nr
.... I. Iu Ik. .-B.l. U.IIJ. . - .1.11... L.i ., ....!-... . . .'j.
tie crve..i'i ftviiuury 4 iuiv. ue.fc ui in. 1 urruseo natiyn. voueiKinsioos.e avtv
KJns, Owner can have same Uy pravInK , In all nans of the Clitke aidttta, aM th
r eharsca Address U. H. I llrstJuU clal l vlstaaalkaladauafrHSAv
Xa. 10 is
vv roan horse (or iclusll 11 liaans I1I2I1. 7 vear.
old, uo brands, came to my rrsidsnes oa Lit. t
protierty and jpajn charges
1 and money reH4 ifasftly,
Come and See the Stock
While it is Complete,
The Bltwk H!M
amp Asvi. aoirr
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