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T. F. THOMPSON
-Jn the Rock Building,
DcbIto to announce to thsir many friends in this coun.
try that they hnvo added to their Btock a full lino of
THrQE XX2T20 ,A.DI3J2a3 TO
Provide Everything the Family Need.
Auotlier Per Cajita Distrlti!
m X1ST 1894. t
Not of Strip Money, But of Merchandise
At Chouteau, Ind. Ter.
I have bought from eastern markets a well
selected stock of
Especialv Ladies Dress Goods and Trim
mings, Ribbons, Etc. We also carry the
popular line of
W.L. Douglass and A. Priesmeyer, shoes and
Geisecke boots also W. A. Orr Shoe
Co's. line of Children's
Lumber, Shingles, Lime, Brick and
Builders' Hardware, Harness and Saddles.
. . OUR STOCK OF . ,
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Always complete. In fact our stock is complete
in all lines. All bought for spot cash and at
the lowest prices, and we offer to the cash
trade special inducements in way of
price and courteous treatment.
We solicit your patronage. O. ELA. jlJDEjJlN .
Hardware, Implements and Machinery.
SPECIAL FIGURES A'D GRADES OF BUGGIES,
SURIUES AND ALL SPRING
tSTFine Line of Groceries in Connection..
For sale by .A..
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TOWN LOTS BOUGHT
Conveyances Made, Etc
CORRECT CITY PLAT
Can save you money
buying city property.
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AN IDEAL FAMILY MEDICINE
Km TAt ei
WBjBukA '.. tlKil I
ftnd tui dlanrdara of IJM fttomaclu
RIPANR TABIII tra
rmy. - ': ffafut.
A Pale Gray Donkey
camion a well-Mled Hunger of corn
nil oale, Bllpped tils kilter lo roam
over llir arid dctert, uhere he round
among the liottaude and burning roeke
.V.cV!Jr t.",l' f '"'Ueti end on the
third day he perlthrd.
'J be morel ofthltli:
BON'T-BE A PALE CRAY
fiou't wander away from home
without g olng orer the eier popular
f, SANTA FE ROUTE.
The Santa re lies llnttla IJitatet
sod terrllurlet It alwtya gelt tliere
carefully and an llinei and, contidrr
In if nil Ihlngt, It cheeper linn otheri.
iiou'i lieremue yourielf wet anr
ntkrrwayli tallefaclnryi epclellir if
tlnurlogoq trip 10 CHIUAUOinUtbe
e.eti tii mull re it Me auorlrtl line
by W lullce between Kernel Ully ami
Chicago, end I111 fr erottlnga at
grade lie Trtnbnted flyrre ere bru.
lite. Two e( tbeinlrtte KantaaUtr
iTT ercuipg, nny not like a trill
i'aa,uirt ofeeamt agent.
M . ESTATE
When you feci that chills and fever or malaria
has singled you oat as a victim, r.hcii you ache
all over, fed tired and run down from head to foot
It will rout the trouble at once. Chillifagc is
guaranteed to cure the worst case of chills and
fever that ever attacked a man. If it fails your
money is returned. It is absolutely free from
quinine and decidedly pleasant to take. Price 50c
Prepared by F. A. DICKS, Natchez, Miss.
Caked & Inflamed Udders.
Bruises and Strains,
Harness & Saddle Sores,
All Cattle Ailments,
AH Horse Ailments,
All Sheep Ailments,
Membrane and Tissue
Quickly to the Very
Seat of Pain and
Ousts it in a Jiffy.
Rub in Vigorously.
Mustang Liniment conquer
Mnkw run or Oest well
i KANSAS CITYTO DENVER.f
ACROSS THE PLAINS
IH THE A
Soonoa and Romlnleoonooo of o,
Nlnotoen Hour Journey Whloh
OnooTook MoroThan a Month.
To tho ndvonturous nloncor uro
ceding tho days of steam" and
steel, tho subject of this sketch
would liavo appeared ns prepos
terous and impossible ns it would
seem in tho samo lapso oftimo
henco to "cross tho plains by twi
light," yot with tho present prog
ress of tho science of olcctricity,
one is entirely commensurato with
tho other. Iho dangers and dis
comforts of caravan travel have
passed into safety and convenience
of tho highest degree, responsive
to incclinnic.nl engineering; and no
where in tho west is this so well
illustrated ns via tho Union Paci
fic railwny. Thos. Cook and Son,
Ludgnlo Circus, ndvortiso "nlno
tccn liotiM to Switzerland;" tho
Union Pacific, nineteen hours to
Donver,nnd the accustomed trav
eler is not long in discovering ho
hns been moat fortunate nnd wise
in the selection of his route.
A moro beautiful, interesting
nnd luxurious rido would bo diffi
cult to imngino than through tho
Kntuas valley on a typical autumn
day. Every fruit" and flower,
every grain nnd griies indigenious
to tliis latitude blooms and ripens
on tho wide banks of this turbu
lent river nnd its interminable
tributaries. Tho dfotiinl highlands
rnd green postures nbottnd with
myriads of cattle. Tho requiem
of summer lingers long upon the
dying days of autumn, and the
forests have not entirely surren
dered their beautiful folingo to the
sting of early frost nor the touch
of biting breeze.
Nature has beon richly endowed
nnd largely supplemented by a
high class of improvement, nnd n
little further on is romantic and
picturesque Fort Riley. It is one
of the most completo nnd sightly
posts in tho country comprising
twenty-four thousand acres, and
unlike many government quarters,
is here to stay. Established
thirty years Pgo but subsequently
rebuilt and enlarged, the build
ings are nil of native magnesia
stono, thoroughly substantial,
handsome and commanding. "I he
equestrian hall a drilling school
for the cavalry and artillery is tho
largest in the world. The seventh
cavalry, about ten hundred
soldiers, various officers nnd their
families are stationed here, and
many gay parties get off and on at
From tho receding plateaus wo
emergo almost inperccptibly on
tho transitional region of pastoral
steppes districts which grow
grasses and sometimes grain but
herald a land of scarcity beyond.
Between this intermediate section
nnd tho great arid zone extends
nlmost uninterruptedly a high
pnrk-liko country, with immense
nerds of cattle and cotton wood
trees casting shadows over tho
grassy tracts they feed upon. Wo
are now approximately near tho
ono hundredth meridian and all
attention is focussed on the abso
lute inanity which overspreads
such wide rogions of tho desiccated
areas of western Kansas, geogra
phically known ns the great r .un
its belt between the Arkansas
In the early eighties enterprising,
theorizing emigration pushed for
ward and semi-settled these entic
ing land:) but year after year their
truo elements became knuwn nnd
each effort was ns futilo as before
until finally the people have dis
integrated and ai completely
passed awny as tho countless buf
falo that preceded them. The
towns are far distant, much faded
nnd best seen by moonligbt,but the
glories of nature are inimitable,
and each star seems to outsparkle
its rival for supremacy in the con
stellations of heaven. The night
is ono of supremo lovelineMs and
inimitable beauty. Thero is noth
ing to profane tho perfection of na
ture save the reverberant rumbling
of the train which is speeding
through boundless' space like a
great meteor, or an occasional bark
ofajacknl that is monarch of all
Kit Carson, christened for the
celebrated scout in tho ardor of his
intrepid exploits, although he him
self did not actually found tho
place", his nttme and his fame nro
most intimately associated with its
earliest history. Tho grand Duke
Alexia in his famous trip around
the world honored tho then wild
west town by a cull of one day to
enjoy tho umqe pleasure of a gen
uine buffalo chase, an event which
has almost passed from moniory,
und Cumoii has long since beon
laid to rest on tho rugged banks of
"Purgatory" in southern Colorado.
Vild-IIorse,500 miles from Kan
sas City nnd exactly midnight.
Vividly'l recall moonlight on tho
Thames watchim: tho waters move
on to tho sea, moonlight 111 tho gay
city, tho forest and lea, but moon
light on the nlniim is infinitely
more beautiful and sacred to mu
Where the Hole of the eerlh, end tbe butt of
In color, (hough eerlcl, In beentf raiy trie.
Snced annihilates snace and al
ready from the faraway mountains
aniiears n silent stream' like a sil
ver strand through the arid sands.
Perhaps a few antelope in their
primitive stalo may remain in the
valley but civilization has grad
ually driven them to more remoto
resorts. Th'o country is diversi
fied und has a soil whoso riehnoss
is ready to respond lo tiio slight
est effort of tho agriculturist by, tho
auxiliary of practical irrigation
Tho electric lights rudialo from tho
high towers of Denver. The ma
jestic mountains blend their lofty
tnow-crownou tops witli tho sub
lime grandeur of tho skies.
F. h. Deckkh.
IVol. Hlrechbttrj.' tlio recognized Now
Yoilc and fit, Leula eyo expert, or one
of lilvtjtstr, will bein Vlnlta, Dee. 2
to 27 t tbe store of his agent, A. W,
Koreuiftn, ComulUtionfro. U-19
FORT S MIT H NOTES,
Railroad Offlolals Raleaaod. on Ex
amination -"Skootor" and hln
Pais Dlepoaod of.
Tho Harrison international tolc-
phnno company is putting in a now
Tho work of putting up tho poles
and wires for tho electric road has
S. K. Robinson, groceries, and
S. Goldman, dry goods, made
assignments last week.
Harry L. Monroo's handsomo
rosldouco was burned Inst weuk.
Loss &5,000, two-thirds insured.
Stovo Williams and Henry Phil,
lips attempted to commit suicido
last week, tho result ot protracted
A lnrge forco is engaged in put
ting up tho poles for tho electric
railway. Tho road will bo in op
eration by Jan. 15th.
Snturday Marion Crain and Geo.
Williams, inrmcrs living near tho
city, became engaged in a difficulty
over an old settlement and Crain
was dangerously stabbed. Wil
liams is in jnil.
Marshal Crump denies tho re
port that Deputy Jones, who nr
rosted tho railway officials, applied
for and wb refused a pass. All
applications for passes for deputies
aro made by him and ho never
sent in Jones' name.
A new time curd goes into effect
on the K. & A. V. Tuesday. Tho
train from tho territory will prrlvo
hero at 12:45 p. in. and depart at
3:25 p. m. Tho chango to day
trains will bo quite a benefit to tho
peoplo living along tho lino of the
Deputy James Lee came in last
week with Wado Chnmberly nnd
Gabo Hawkins, charged with tho
Blackstono robbery, and Pat Mur
phy and John Crittenden, charged
with robbing nn Indian near Vi
nita. They aro a rough looking
set and were arrested in tho Verdi
The reported capluro of Colum
bus Means has not been confirmed.
The first telegram from tho Mis
souri officers was misinterpreted
They only had him located when
they wired for the writ and in
tended making the arrest after it
was received. Ho may have given
them tho slip.
A. J. Dlackwell. tho subject of
the sensational story manufactured
by tho Guthrie correspondent of
the associated press is welt known
here. Ho was a "mountain boom
er" during tho civil war and has
several times figured in this court.
The story of his being tortured
was no doubt manufactured
to hasten tho opening of the Indian
Territory and have it tacked on to
Deputy Constables Jumes Mc
Bridc and Henry Connelly were
tried in the circuit court last week
for assault. Their attorney aston
ished the court by offering to plead
guilty if the injured party was pro
duccd. Am he was no other than
Cherokre Bill, tho offer was not
accepted. In endeavoring to ar
rest Cherokee Bill, upon hU hist
visit to Fort Smith last spring the
ofliccrd had to hit him several
times over tho bend before he
would cxtrnct hU ivories from Mo
Bride's thumb. The jury acquit
ted the officers.
Tho commissioner's trial of Su
perintendent McKi'c, Trainmaster
Walsh and others on tho charge of
killing Pullman Conductor Brown
resulted in their discharge. The
government testimony did not
show that they had any connection
with tho shooting or knowledge of
it until several hours alter it had
happened. Superintendent McKeo,
Mr. Walsh and Mr. Foskelt volun
tarily went on' tho stand and told
what they knew of the caso. Sov
era! other witnesses wero called
and all tho sensational stories con
necting the railway men' with tho
killing were proved to ho without
A number of Fort Smith mer
chants have just discovered that
they have been swindled nut of
8700 or $800 worth of goods. A
stranger arrived at Tuska Homrna
a couple of weeks ago and repro
sentecl himself as II T. Jaokman
Ho called at tho real II. T. Jack
man'd store and got some mail that
had been sent to him. Ho in
formed Mr, Jnckman's clerk that
ho had ordered some goods by ox
press from Fort Smith. Tho Fort
Smith merchants who received or
ders from II. T. Jaokman filled
them readily, thinking they wore
for the merchant, who Is one of the
wealthiest men in the Choctaw na
tion. After receiving the goods
the stranger disappeared.
Thurmaii Baldwin, bettor known
as Skoeler, Jesse Snider, Will Far-
ris and uiuirlos turner wero
broucht in not lone since bv Denu
tieH W. C. Smith nnd Will Elliu
and three of tho lexns Itangors
who arrested them, bkoeter nnd
Fnrris made a big light boforo they
wore captured. Bill Cook was not
two miles nwny at tho time, though
the Rangers did not discover it till
tlireo days Inter, Ho had left tho
house without his Winchester and
tho officers got that. A special
grand jury was ompanoled and in
dieted Skecter, Fnrris nnd Snidor
for robbing McDormott's storo and
tho poBtofllco, Skceter was already
under indictment for tho Red Fork
train robbory. All throe contend
that Turner was not In any of tho
robberies witli them and is not
u. b. couiit. ,
Georgo Nelson, asiault, verdict
not guilty; Dan Lab ay, asiault, ac
quitted: Locherand Frank Hoag
by, robbory, acquitted; John Hick,
murder, mistrial: Taylor Ogden,
assault, convicted; Thurman Bald
ing. (Skeetor) robbery, plead guilty
and sentenced to thirty years in
tho house of correction at Detroit;
Jesse Snider and Will Farrii, rob
fe pJj fiJSftSSSirfr
diet not cuiltv. Hardin is tho bus
band of tho now notorious Luln
Cook. Ho was at Mrs. Crilton.
den's, on Fourteen Milo crook,
When tho oilicers nan a tight wun
Jim and Bill Cook and Chorokoo
Bill. Jim Cook and Hardin wero
wounded nnd Sequoyah Houston
killed. Tho testimony showed
that Hardin was working at tho
houso, had no connection with tho
Cooks, was upnrmed and took no
part in the- light. Winchester
Towno nnd Albert Paxton, intro-
ducinir and soiling, verdict not
guilty; Lewis Cnrtwright, larceny,
plead not guilty.
Leonard McDonald, Clin. Ridgo
and Chns. Hulsonkamp, introduc
ing nnd selling, 40 days and $110
each; William Grnggins, solling.CO
day and 8100; Georgo Gailoy, in
tioducing, 10 days and 810; Jim
Lee, larceny, three years in Do
troit; Jack Christio, assault, thrco
years at Detroit; Frank Watson,
larceny, twelvo mouths in jail;
Henry King, assault, thrco years
at Detroit; Charles Reynolds, bur
glary, two years at Detroit; Frank
Smith, Iarcony, three yoars in ro
form school of District of Colum
bia. Satnucl Easterly, assault, ac
quitted; Rufus Gibson and Oscar
Micklo, assault, acquitted; Gailoy
Johnson, counterfeiting, nollo
prossod; James Allen, selling, pica
of guilty, 30 days nnd $100; Wil
liam Audry, assault, convicted;
Richard Smedloy, assault, convict
ed; Henrv Drew, introducing, con
victcd, 30 days and $100; Dick
Winters, introducing and selling,
acquitted; Benj. Hornback, mur
der, verdict of not guilty, from the
box. Ho wa charged with killing
his daughter's illegitimate child,
but the prosecution failed to show
that tho child ivm born alivo. Jim
nnd Ed Keelon, murder, trial and
jury out. They aro young white
men and Killed Dan Kliyne near
Bokoslio Inst April. Thos. Bear,
forgery and presenting false claims;
plea of not guilty withdrawn and
plea of guilty entered; sentenced
to six years in the houso of correc
tion at Detroit T. Jay Thornton,
presenting fnlso claims, plea of not
guilty withdrawn and plea guilty
entered; sentence, six months in
jail. Ho is clerk of Illinois dis
trict and used some of tho affida
vits Bear secured for him and to
which Bear had forged the names
of attesting witnesses. Robt. Tay
lor, larceny, trial and verdict of
not guilty; Frank T. Benson, introducing,-
plea guilty, ono hour
and 810; James Robertson, illicit
distilling, plea guilty, 30 days and
Gon. Oolby at Tah'equab. '
Gen. Colby, tho attorney lor the
nation, was recently in the city.
The general thinks ho has form
ulated a plan whereby all futuro
trouble can be spared the five
tribes. Ho expressed himself as
confident that action will bo taken
by congress, which will undoubt
edly prove detrimental to tlie in
terest of tho tribes.
"Right or wrong," says the
general, "sumo action will be
taken. Congress hns never dis
tinguished itself by acts which
favored the Indians. The only
way we cm judge its coming
nets nro by those already enacted.
What hpo is thero for tho tribes
if congress is left to pursue its own
sweet will. The only hope of the
tribes is to petition congress to
make a state out oi tins country.
A territory, where congress still
retains control, would never do
for this country. Tho opponents
of statehood iny: 'If this country
was brought in us a state, the
whito men would come pouring in
nnd would soon outvote tho In
dians, and laws would bo passed
detrimental- to our interests."
Nuw I claim that that is tho most
senseless of arguments. In many
of tho states the possession ot
property is a voting qualfiication.
That could be very easily made a
qualification in this new state.
Then, with all tho land divided up
among tho Indian j, tho white man
would be practically excluded
from voting. Could anything bo
simpler? The futuro of tho five
nations depends on their adopting
my scheme. Unless they petition
congress for this .chango, congress
will chango them to suit itself and
let the Indian whistle. I have
advocated this in all parts of the
territory, I have written to the
chiefs and senators and to the lead
ing citizens. Thoy aro hard to
arouse to tho gravity of tho situa
tion. The great trouble is thnt
the so called leaders of tho tribes
aro not leaders; they aro followers.
Instead of trying to carry out pro
jects and reforms they wait for the
masses to net." Such in sub
stance wore tho remarks of tho
general to a party of friends.
He then referred to miny dis
honorable net of ihu Holdiers
and Indian agents of the United
Stales, notably the many wars of
Black Kettle and Sitting Bull, hut,
to quote tho great Indian journa
list, "that will do for another
Pllou oan bo Itoliovod at Onoo
And in tlina ellectiully cured by the
pcrelelent uioofileKi;' German Halve,
the grertlenl (illu ruined ever pujt on
tlio market. Holt arid warranted by
A Bound Liver Makes a Well Ma n.
Are yon Mlinue, constipated or
troubled Willi jaundice, nick headache,
bad taste In inouili, foul breath, coat
ed tongue, dyspepsia, Indication, hot
dry akin, pain In back and bolwean
tho aliouldera, chlla'aiul fever, etc. If
you have any of these symptom-, your
liver Is out of order, anil your blood la
aluwly belnu poisoned, becatiae your
liver does not act properly. Merblne
will euro and diaordtfr of the liver,
stomach or bowel. It baa no equal
aa a live medicine, Price 70 cents.
Free trial bottles at V. rJliannhan'e.
A Rare Ohanoo,
Consult I'rof. Illiachberg the recog
nized New York and Ht Louis eye or
port, or one of his statT, who will be In
Vlnlta, Dec 21 to 37 at the store of Ills
agent, A. VV, Kureinau, Eyes tested
fr of charge. H-ltf
VMUXfi., XXTI3. Txav
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Subscription 91.00 a Year.
Job Work of All Kinds
Patronize the Photog
rapherthat is reliable,
Erompt and makes the
nest finished photo
graphs made in the In
dian Territory. eu
Located In Cn W L E R
VInlU, 1889. rU W n
3tieniz Some Xailvuetxy;
ARE NOW OPEN.
ainuer Alo, Champagne CI dor.
Soda Water of All Kinds.
Carbonated Soltzor Wator
Hot Soda and Chooolate,
T..7 r.elv Imltat Vri.t,
Shorry and Blaokborry Wltvo,
Qoods Made from Strictly
Pure Sugar and Fruit duicesl
300 DOZEN QU ARTS'PEU DAT.
Trtfe Frem Serroiolf Tonei SellelteJ.
-A.. D. Cubine,
Ktiifictertr of Ditlir In
BOOTS MP SHOES
' Coffeyville, Kansas.
Does all kinds of boot and shoo work
and guarantees a lit nnd satisfaction In
ererr respect. Fnrtles desiring work
can send thrlr names and nddrcssci aud
will recclro a circular glrlug full di
rections how to mensuro the foot.
J. -W. CUUI.NE, foreman, lias dono
nothing elso for rears, nnd Is glrlnc
better satisfaction In the boot business
than any man In tho WEST.
Patronize Home Industry !
Trees, Vines, Shrubbery,
Plants, Etc. s
Vinit a Nur s erie s.
Our trees are grown and trainod
with low heads especially adapt
ed to this western country. Wo
do our own grafting and budding,
and consequently know that our
trees are true to namo. Our as
sortment of apple and peach, trees
is complote. When In tho city visit
the nurseries and-inspect our stock
and mannor of growing, and may
hap place your order with us.
Vinlta, I. T.
Write for Prloo List.
AT VINITA, I. T.
To thote nhb nttil the treatment for the
Manor, Morphine or Toliieco liablte: llieln.
tllntloa located at Vlnlta for tlila iuroe of
fers greater IniluceinenU than anr other of the
kind In the United IHatce.
la the Brit tilace, It la away from aaloon In
fluence. Inthetecond place, the charge) are
lower by half than anr other.
Tula Initllnllon hea been In operation nne
jear. under the charge of J It Troll. M It.
a graduate of medicine, with thlrljf-nio yrar.'
eiperlenee. He Ilea hie own treatment and
compound! and adralnlttere all or lile medl
dura He la by this mean) able to admlnliter
lo each patient ibe al renglli of medicine adapt
ed to each Indl? Idnal cae.
Thla treatment he) been ao reduced In price
a. ... t.lni I. la. ..,. a..ll ...1... j.a.Ib I. rxk
1-.UU..U- iiiuiiitiivimi nituuriiiin .u
1 price for either the Manor or Uorphloe cure le
ISO 00 1 the Tobacco cure I) aj.(0. tent by ex-
pre.) iuipj emireu on ncejpi 01 me price
Anyone taking Hie Liquor or Morphine cure
not eatlalled that the treatment le a aucceia
will haf a thrlr money refunded to them when
tue treatment la annum
hit treatment baa proven a perfect lurces
ttr tiatlent who ham taken It hat tir.n thor
oughly cured and not a tingle one haa returned
to the habit again. Yon are lnt Ited lo Inrnll
gete thlt treatment before going elttwhere.
Th It you can do by cnrrrtpnnillng Willi the
prominent bntlnrti and prnfrtilonal men of
Vlnlta Cerllllealea rrom pertoni who have
been cured of all of thrte hablta nnder thla
treetmtnt. together wllh their pottonlce ad
dreta will be cheerlully fuinlthed on appllea
lion by mall, to that anyone detlrlng may
enter Into corretpondence with them. Thlt It
a home Imlllullon
Any communication addrred to J It.
Trotf. M 1) , will meet with a prompt re
iponte. and all letter are fretted at conOden
J. R. TROTT, M. 0.,
Lock box J30, Vlnlta, Ind. Ter.
OBl'.et lo Chltftala building.
D. I. ELLIOTT,
"Vryor Creole. ... Ind- To;r.
All legal paper drawn and acknowl
edged. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
Can enmt at mar waking th money ont of
a hard acoanat aa tor man In the laiL.n T...
rltsry' f m7
kit and apllt In
ech ear, bolh
aomeon hln and
aame nn ahonl
O. V. ROOnRB,
Claremore, nd. Ter.
1. 0. Vlnlta, Indian Terrlter,
1 aeaee 1 M)
Umr. B M
Oheloea, I. T.
Itrlpe aeree tfe
Mirkt Ore off UM
rliil, taAtrileee U
the left ear.
Billet four eel let
veal ef CDeleea. M-)
j)our xano, 1. 1.
Itenreoa Few MS
M mllra eMtheaet d
Cke'OM. Kan. Mark
eplll la rihl ear-.
aoemlder. No all
eole. exoept lor
B. H. MATES,
rryor Creek, I. T.
fork anA no
darbll In one
In the other.
All cattle are
branded 8 A
d DOteb on
All I heart
em letielde A
X few brandeJ J W E on lde.
J. O. HO OAN,
Pryor Creek, I. T.
Swallow fork and
nndrraiope in irn
Range on 1'ryor
B. B. PnAYSEH,
ireekrand -, j
e. Banee J&srJL
Slg Uabln Q&XStL
watt of Hln.
Cattle of thla
nent. 100 reward
J. H. BABTLE3,
Ktarlall hare right horn tlppel
Adair, I. T. '
Ortrblt A na
dtrbll In rlguti
undrrblt In the
II' ru brand
e4) on the ln
P. B. SMITH,
tween II I g
crerk and Ver
In patture 1
inllrt well of
tiii, -j- m&
The left tar
O. H. AltMSTRONO,
Ooodys Illuff, I. T.
Some cattle hare C J
altoi mark, crop both
eart. tpllt In rlglitihad
originally underblt In
Ilange at mouth of
Hone brand CA on
on light hip A thigh
J. K. ORUTOHFIBLD,
Inola, I. T.
Otktiti hare 8X3 011
fight atde. Left ear
(rubbed underblt In
"tB- .. ..
nange 1 9 rnltet tooth
O. If. WASBOUItNB,
Smooth rrop Is etea
I car, nnatrbil in right.
B If 1 eelp-
iB fV .
iatv MMVMBJ 1 RasgeiV.
- me .mm .mmmmea
g Wm iai
ajjTTMTrhriS MwS ISai
jttLge uonua apring
r-rlrl, mlltt eatl Of
left law anjihlfh.
uaii, ortnai o on
Borne cattld branded
T. IIEI IMIN. aietopa, Ran. -
I UHiN, 1
Parlor a pd Bedroom Furniture
Largtt retock roiocthirn K11111,
WOOD end METAUO COrPINS.
rraetleal ' imbalmtra, TeltgrachordertaV.
leaded rec fplly,
THE LfVE STOCK MARKET
OF ST. LOUIS.
T1E XV. LOUIS HATIOHAL
LwiUd at.East St. Louis, ill.
Strictly oppotllt th elttr of St. I.oult. Hay.
era for all dticrlpllon of Lire Stock alwayi la
atttBdaoce. and within tin ground) of the
Mock Tardt It a Beat Canning Company, wllh
a capacity for ilaughterlBif l.ooo kitd of cattle
dally, and Park I'ackUg Itlebllikrueuti bare
ataeaelly fr aleeghltrlflg ll.Ooo hopi dell,
ItAAO . KNOX,.Pfe
mHAt.J. J W.t ut,
EfHrl HBitiW-. ttetTl
nn 1, in 1 ameslmmmmm
leae I eeaetf
J. O. HALL,
Vlnlta, Indian TarrUorr.
ea on Carl week.
IM reward for agerl.
tlen of theft OX U11)
Vlnlta. 1. x.
off Hie left ee
aedeiDll In t
fttnti nerlh ei
Rent braid O T
WM, LITTLE, j
Vlnlta, Ind. Ter. '
urena on nip nr eme.
ttanee 11 Wklta Oak.
? 5 31
Q. A. WILLIAMS,
Coodya Bluff, Ind. Ter.
some orinatil jf, on
I. ft ehonlder - on
tide X on hip. Raa
W. H. NODLBS,
t la Htt eae.
Chouteau, Ind. Ter.
Orel. e. neck, either I U ffit "M l-l
tlV'w..i a.ekl y e. tide aal loeM
kMadtd roitn left e de. Ilerte bte40K
fflVniaaSKf Wfli. We r
14 trjet ereekt
roatofiee VlnlU, I. T.
aula ee eg1
WATT MATS 3,
Prjor Creek, Ind. Te.
Some a teen braided
etrtpe aeroee tbe see
Oowa branded LAD
Crop and ipllt each ear
JUnre neat Pryor
V7, W. ISXOXi,
Chtliaa, Ind. Ter.
O. P. WILLIAMS,
Miami, I. T.
Klthtr bit. Raage
on Cow Creek and
Merkt Crop rlgkt,
Falrland, Ind. Tar.
and toll) iai
tlopelalert. )ege aeatkj.
watt ef Bike-
W. P. RINOO,
Nowata, I. T.
both tii -
bit left 1 area
and orer- kit
tba erott r aa
UarkiSwallowforkand under- Hataji
bit lent imoolh crop left. it. "V. i!l
Cattle told only for Clpmtat. Nowata. fibN
JOHNBTONH & KBBDSJB,
Uartlesville, I. T.
KM on right tldtitomi
nare ine nar
on right tide with
out the erote. Tarl.
our old brand tad eu
watt tide of Oanty riv
er ea Deakltertik,
J. T. MoSPADDBN,
I'oatollieo at ClieUea, Ind. Ter.
" e" Clotatropofflefltari
Ut'Sv nrarbl In rleht.
Alto JO on hip or
Ilange aU rolleawetl
N. flKXMNHR, Vlnlta, Ind. Ter.
! In each
1 rlTr, II