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Parlor and Bedroom Suits and Furniture of every description at W, W. Miller's. Full line of Coffins and Caskets.
Vinita, Ind. Ter., Men. 19, 1896.
Local Railroad lime Tablet.
MISSOURI , KANS A3 4 TEXAS .
K. 1, AI. K. T. Kxpren
Ne.S. Hannibal St.L. AT. Ex
Xo. 5. Flyer
Ho. 7, freight and Accommodation
IS:15 p m
Xo.2, Mo. K. A Texaa express ... 1 12:19 a m
Ne.s, Tex. St. L.A Hannibal Ex. 1 10:20 a m
Xo.6. Flyer I iOpm
t. freight and accommodation 1 12:lSpm
ST. LOUIS A SAX FKAXCI3CO RAILWAY.
Ex. St L toSapnlpa.
, I AKCITX. DKFAUT
St. Leaia express ImSpm. I 1 05pm.
Accemmodatian 6:10am 7:00am.
Through coaches from St. Loolato Sapnlpa.
The Sunday boors of the posloffice
will hereafter be 10 to 11 a. m.; 4
to 5 p. m.
CUL'KIH A5D SOCIETY DIECT0BT.
Jl E.i hurch south U.B.Greathonsi pastor;
itbalh s ;Uool at 10:00 a. m. ; preaching at 11
a. m aaa 7 p.m.; prayer meeting every Wed
nisttay evening. ;ommcson aerrlce eTery
Presbyterian Chnrch S A. Caldwell, pas
tor; preaching, Snndaya at 11 a. xn. and 7 p.
at.; Sunday school at 10 a. m.; prayer met t
I as Thursday nights.
.Congregational Chnrch Ear. Xed Forrest
psator; aerricea every Sunday at II a. m. and
7 p.m.; Sunday School at 9:15 a.m. ; Christian
CndeaTor Society, 7 p m.; Prayer meeting
tTery Wednesday evening.
W. C. T U. Meets eTery Thursday at 3:S9
s'clack, p. m.
Baptist Church ReT. J. M. Wheeler, pas
tor: aerrlcea every Sunday at II a. in. and 7:30
p. m.: Sunday School at 10 a. m.; prayer meet
ing, Wednesday. 70 p m.; tcachtr's meet
ing Monday. 7:50 p. m.. singing at 8
Church of the Holy Ghost Bev A. F Ver
a aval, pastor. Mass sod preaching each sec
ond, thitd and fourth Sunday at 10.30 a. m.;
catechism at 10. Pastor now permanently
located in this city.
PHIALPHIAX LODGE. Xo-11. E.
or P. Meets every Tursday evening
; In their castle ball at 7:30 Visiting
knights in good standing inviteu.
G W. Douglass, C. C.
J D. Blossor, K ofR. andS.
VIXITA CHAPTER. Royal Arch Masons,
meets first Wednesday In each month Visi
tors welcomed. M E. MiLrono, II. P.
W. X Stikkitt. Sec.
VIXITA LODGE XO. 5. A. F. A A. M.
.Meets In Masonic Hall the nrst saiur-
, day night In each month.
T. E. Exicut. Sec.
OuvkB Dagbt, W. M.
VIXITA LODGE. XO. 18, 1. O.
O.F.. meets In Masonic hall on
Monday night of each week at
7 JO o'clock.
J . T. Bbacxxtt, X G.
Ed Jo-sta. Sec"y.
PURITY CHAPTER. O. S. 8.. meeta In Ma
sonic hall first and third Thursday in each
month at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
Sebecca M. Swaiw, W. M.
M-ffrnt McCaih. Sec'y.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD, meet sec
ond and fourth Thursdays In each month in
W. W. Waiid. C.C
J.S DATKxroirr. Clerk.
Council is in session.
City Bakery for your bread.
Lee Barrett's for shoe repairing.
Haas hog remedy at Lee Barrett's.
Fresh garden seeds, all kinds, at
Uattle ax tobacco for IS cts;a pound
at l lie Vinita Meat & Grocery Co's.
All .sorts of gardening tools at TV.
fice line of winter robes at cost at
Oue A Ifo. 1 milk cow for sale. A.
MV. Y. Miller's is the place to buy
your window curtains.
Best apple cider 16 cents a gallon at
the Vinita Meat & Grocery Co's.
Top cash price for coon and skunk
cKins. J. W. Ellison.
A Are and burglar proof tafe for
sale at Vinita Meat & Grocery Co's.
Court at Miami wa postponed until
the latter part of Aprl.
Bev. Greathonse is now able to get
down town for bis meals.
Stoneware,the best 4 gal. for 25 cts.,
at the Vinita Meat & Grocery Co's,
'This is my sore arm," reads, a pla:
card on some of the boys.
i cans of the best corn for 23c at the
Vim la Meat & Grocery Co's.
Preston S. Davis Is to be associated
In the law businoss with J. H. Akin,
Your parlor needs one of those
beautiful pictures at Y. Yf. Miller's.
Home made lard in SO pound cans
at 6c, at the Vinita Meat & Gro. Co's.
The white clerks can't quit if they
want to; no one to take their places.
Smokca bacon at 7 cents per pound
at the Vinita Meat & Grocery Co's.
No church services last Sunday nor
will there be for a week or so to come.
A party of young gentlemen went
out Tuesday for a camping out hunt.
Gray if still paying the highest cash
price for chickens, turkeys and eggs.
If you want a SO pound can of lard
gojto the Vinita Meat & Grocery Co's.
Din Henry has been as "strictly in
the push' this week as Bridgman is at
The YInita Real Estate agency has
several desirable lots in this city for
Read Uatcliff Merchantile Co's. new
ad. Lower prices have come to Vinita
J. W. Ellison's meat market is al
ways supplied with best meats which
can be had.
Buy one of those nice smoked hams
at the Vinita Meat & Grocery Co's.,
before they are all gone.
"XGcorge Uengc and W VT. Hastings
arrived home at Tahlequab from
Washington last week.
An old man named Rogers was
taken to Ft. Smith this week by
Diputy Pee pies for cattle stealing.
Observe the date on your paper fol
lowing your name; if it isn't 18B6 you
are behind and uught to remit at once.
White adopted citizens who care to
hare their names enrolled on the list
that is now being prepared for the
attorney at Washington should send
in their names at once. Address, D.
M. Marrs. Vinita, I. T.
All instantaneous cough cures con
tain opiates and are liable to dry up
the phlegm and mucous in the bron
chial tubes and lungs, thereby causing
congestion. We guarantee Beggs'
cherry cough syrup against this dan
ger. P. Shanahao.
Mrs, Wm. Overton Is visiting her parens
Rev. Greathouse's family arc at rayctte
vllle on a visit.
Dr. Foreman's family arc visiting friends
on the Verdigris.
n. A. Paul spent Sunday here with bis
wife and relatives.
W. A. Curtis and wife arc temporarily
abiding at Cherry vale.
Mrs. II. C. Barrltt and Dr. Horton and
wife went to Ft, Scott Monday nlgbt-
Miss Hardy and Miss Wltbaup. from the
academy, went home Tuesday evening
Mrs. W. C. nail, the mother of Eugene,
arrived from Chicago Monday night. She
had learned of her daughter's Illness but not
of her death.
Judge G. B. Dcnlson returned a few days
since from Washlngtom where he was called
to look after the preparation of briefs In an
Important Choctaw coal case.
Mrs. Campion, Mr. MUford's sister, left
Tuesday for Kansas City and after a brief
visit there will return to her home in Min
nesota. She was accompanied as far as Kan
sas City by Mrs. MUford and daughter, Lu
cllo. The Vinita Meat Sc Gro. Co. have
$1,500 of groceries yet to dispose of
before closing their business in Vinita.
It not only is so, it must be so. One
Minute Cough Cure acts quickly, and
that's what makes it go. P. Shana
han. I have a good barn I stalls, buggy
room and crib; the stalls all floored,
that 1 will sell for SS5.00. A. C. Hoff
man. I will be in Vinita on or about
April 1st. Leave orders for tuning at
Vinita Music House. Geo. W. Sheets,
W. B. Coley, traveling auditor of
the M., K. & T., was placed in charge
of the company's station at this place
a few days since.
The Vinlli. nurseries have on hand
about 20,000 fine three year old apple
trees to offer to the spring trade at
prices in the reach of all.
Lost, two national tickets; one for
$i and one for Jl. Any one returning
same to R. Ironside will be liberally
rewarded by Nelse Moore.
It's a rather grim topic but there
are a lot of mighty good smallpox
jokes being told, and not a few of
them are on the bill collectors.
The dime social given at Mrs. W.
W. Miller's last Friday night was a
pleasant affair indeed, notwithstand
ing the inclemency of the weather.
Mrs. Fronia Barrett can furnish
good board and lodging for a number
of gentlemen and for two gentlemen
and their wives;board reasonable.U8-31
I am going out of business, and only
a few good staple articles to sell. I
will sell at less than cost; also some
spring millinery. Mrs.Wm.Chouteau.
The Congregational parson age prop
erty has been undergoing some repairs
in the past week, the Longfellow
entertainment making the work pos
sible. Those who went from Muskogee to
St. Louis to attend the funeral of I)r,
Paxson did not get home until Sunday
morning, the obsequies taking place
The train men are authority for the
statement that there Is a health olli
cer on duty at the Bluejacket depot
with a tin star on as big as a wash
"Give me a liver regulator and I can
regulate the world," said a genius.
The druggist handed him a bottle of
DeWitt's Little Early Klscrs.the fam
ous little pills. E. Shauahau.
Col. R. J. Downing went to Kansas
City Tuesday evening to attend court
in the interest of tire great GillNs
suit now in progress involving soma
three million dollars.
A high liver with a torpid liver will
not be a long liver. Correct the liver
pills that cure dyspepsia and constipa
tion. P. Shanaban.
The case of Bill Cave against J. G.
Little,known as the"Jim Tittle case,"
occupied a good portion of last week
in Judge Springer's court and resulted
in a disagreement of the jury.
One Minute Cough Cure touches the
right spot. It also touches it at the
right time ifyou take itwhenyou have
a cough or cold. See the point? Then
don't cough. P. Shauahan.
Col. R. J. Downing will occupy the
B. A. Prather place out near the fair
ground the coming season, the pwncr
having determined tp spend the
Summer in Tennessee for the benefit
of his wife's health.
Don't invite disappointment by ex
perimenting. Depend upon One Min
ute Cough Cure and you have Imnied
ia.te relief. It cures croup. The only
harmless remedy that produces Im
mediate results. P. Shanahan.
Quick In effect, heals and leaves no
scar, uurning, scajy skin eruptions
quickly cured by DeWitts Witch
Hazel Salve. Applied to burns.scalds,
old sores, it is magical in effect. Al
ways cures plies. P. Shanahan.
When Dick Adams was captured he
had a saddle made by Ellington at
Muskokee and a roan mare branded C
on left shoulder. Both arc thought
by Marshal IJruncr to have been stolen
and if so can be recovered on identifi
cation. Albert and John Morris, from the
Big Creek country, came down Sun
day to attend the commissioner's court
as witnesses in a whitecapping ca-c
The case was postponed till the latter
part of April, on account of the small
Ike Peeples was at Ft. Smith Tues.
day and witnessed the hanging of
Cherokee Bill. He says the fellow
showed no more concern than he
would in going to dinner, remarking,
observing the weather, that it was as
good a day to die as any other.
The Chelsea Reporter btatcs that
Ed and L. A. Byrd were put off the
train a short distance out of this town
lest week. They had purchased round
trip tickets at Chelsea but were de
tained by action of the court and felt
sure their tickets would be honored.
Preston S. Davis of this place, has
gone to Bcntonville to assist in the
prosecution of Andrew J. Testament,
charged with the murder of Hurrel
Simms, at Pea Ridge in 1694. The
coming trial is the forth, the jury hav
ing disagreed on three former trials.
The case will come up March 31st.
CONSIDERABLE STIR was
created here last Friday when
the doctors announced that there
were three well developed cases of
smallpox in town. Since that time
there has been one death, Mrs.Eugene
Hall, who died Suuday morning after
giving birth prematurely a few day,
before to a child which isstlll alive. A
board of health was quickly organized
composed of Drs. Hill, Clinkcalcs and
Fortner. The infected places were
flagged and guarded so as to prevent
any possibility of the disease spread
ing. The doctors have been kept busy
day and night vaccinating the people
and at the present writing nearly the
entire population have been inocu
lated. There is little or no probabil
ity that the disease will spread under
the present rigid regulations. With
proper care and observance of the rules
of the health ofllccrs and of the city
authorities it will be stamped out at
once. There are a few cases in the
country at Pat Shanahan's place four
miles west of town. The first case out
there hits recovered, and there are
four other cases at the same house a
man, his wife and child, and a hired
man; but the disease is not hard to
control in the country, there being no
occasion to communicate to any great
extent with others. It is not a pleas
ant duty to record the presence of this
malady in our midst, but regarding it
as a duty the whole truth is told. The
Ciiieftaix has the confidence of the
country and lias no doubt in the world
but tnis publication will do more to
alloy fear and misapprehension do
the town more good in a business and
in every other way than all thegloss-
ing-over stories of an"cruptive fever,"
etc, generally indulged in at such
times, that could be written.
It is a mistake, as reported at Tah
lequah and elsewhere, that no one is
allowed to get on or oil the trains at
Vinita, and that no mail is forwarded
from this point. Passengers go and
come at their will, a few local but no
terminal or important points quaran
tining against u. As a precaution
against the possibility of the pesti
lence spreading by reason of outgoing
mail, a fumigating box has been con
stricted at the postoulce and all mall
is thoroughly cleansed before being
An idea of the degree of alarm
which has been aroused at surround
ing towns may be gleaned from setcr
al incidents related. The jurors who
had been attending court here and
who lived at and near Afton were de
nied the privilege of getting off the
cars at that town, but the train
was stopped a short distance outride.
Miss Leila Cook and sister, Juliet, de
cided Sunday to pay a month's visit
with the family of their undo at Che
topa. They were met at the station
by an officer who implacably refused
to permit them to leave tliedepot. An
attempt to get out on the Missouri
Pacific to Edna likewise failed, and
they spent the day In the depot and
got back here in tinjc for supper.
Their uncle brought them their din
ners and spent much of the time with
them, but pleasant as is his comjiaiiy,
as many of our readers know, it was
hardly compensation for the tvlp.
Thursday morning There" arc no
new cases reported and all the sick are
doing well save the young man at the
pest house; he is pretty sick.
ffiplV FIRM of winch John R.
if Skinner is the head, at Paw
huska, has gone into the hands of a
receiver to prevent Maj.Faccman, the
agent, confiscating the goods. Thoro
has been trouble for soiue time at the
agepej aver since Freeman took
charge in fact.and the half breeds have
been trying to get rid of him. As Mr.
Skinner's firm sided. if.h them in
thuir endeavor Freeman sought to
crush them, just as he did the Paw
Mrs. A. M. Harris is now in
the market selecting a complete stock
of spring millinery which will be here
in a few days definite announcement
of opening will be made later. The
new management will continue busi
ness at Mrs. Wm. Chouteau's old
stand and will be glad to welcome all
the ladies. Kindly reserve your orders
uutilyou have seen these goods.
Viqita ha0 a political crank who
had an open letter in the Leader last
week. It is addressed to Revs. For
rest and Caldwell, two ministers of
the gospel. Wc have not tiio honorof
the personal acquaintance of these
two gentlemen, but the letter is so
absurd and the falsity so apparent,
that they should make no reply. He
is self convicted by his own mis-statements.
Ranch and Rango.
Two well improved farms for sale;
oue adjoining the town of Adair, 200
acres in cultivation, 25 in timothy,
good notice and barn, well watered.
Other 1 1-2 miles from Adair, 400 acres
fenced, too In cultivation, good house,
good cistern, plenty slock water, fine
limestone soil. Take cash or cattle.
Enquire of J. W. Skinner, Adair, or
at this office. 41
A couple came in Monday evening
from twenty miles west of town to be
married, but the clerk being gone
prevented their getting license. They
engaged roonn at a hotel, but soon
afterwards, upon Hearing talk of
6malIpox, decided to return home and
wait till a more convenient time to
Someone asked in W. I. Thompson's
presence the other day If the Repub
lican meeting was held Saturday
night- He roponed promptly in the
negative; said there was a limit to
endurance cen in Vinita; the town
could not stand smallpox and a Re
publican meeting at the same time.
The Morning Sentinel, published
every morning except Monday, gives
all news concerning acts of the na
tional council. 15c per week or one
month for 50c; remit by money order,
registered letter, draft or postage
stamps to Gulick & BMiop, Tahle
quab, I. T.
TlicRatcliff Mercantile Co's. mil
linery opening drew most all the
ladies in the city, and if there was a
hat in the Mock which was not tried
on it was certainly a pretty plain one.
Miss Fayant is to be congratulated on
the taste exercised in selecting this
Big Greek and VIoinity.
The maples are In bloom.
Little Grover KInker Is quite slclc.
Mrs. Chancy and children have the grip.
Frank McKluzec was at Kansas City
Mrs. Ella Nelson is converting J. C's. new
Ico house into a hen house.
George Williams has been in very bad
health for some tlaso but U .".bio to be up
A "scrap" Is reported from Big Creek be
tween Joel Martin and Jim West in which
Joel was shot through the aiii.lc.
Grandma McGce Is seventy-nine and Is
still good looking if i.ol beautiful. She has
been In feeble health fur nearly a year.
Mrs. Anderson and daughters have re
turned from Coffey vllle where the girls liao
been attending school during tho fall and
Captain Cox. a veteran of two wars, now
a minister of the Baptist church, recently
assisted Bro Isaac Brown In a revival at the
chapel. He is seventy years of age.
Grandma Beck, who is soventy, can re
member when the wigwam of the Indians'
adorned Illinois, has seen Lincoln when he
was a lawyer at Charleston, 111. She uses a
pair of scissors purchased when she was ten
years old which have been in continual uso
over since and show very little signsof wear.
Grandma Brown, of Big Breek, is in her
olghtleth year and shows tho least signs of
age of the quartette of old people. Sho came
with the Cherokees when they emigrated
here. Her last child. Senator Austin Lowry.
died five years ago. She lles with her
Ira Beck Is back from the Strip; reports
prospects for crops fine. He was at church
out there when Miss Dora Berry horse
whipped a man named Burton for making
some disparaging remarks about her. He
said everybody stayed to see tho light but
the preacher, who mado a rush for his buggy
and "hit tho high places." A general riot
Trouble at Fairland.
Our usually quiet burg had a touch of ex
citement on hand Monday, of which I will
"Tot" Donald and Jno. J. Jackson were on
I lelr road to attend Miami court, both being
under bond to appear thero, Donald for In
troducing and Jackson for stealing a steer.
When they got this far they proceeded to
"tank up" and about six o'clock in the. after
noon they had a drunken quarrel. After
"cussln! " each other for a while Donald drew
his gun. or rather pistol, and threatened to
shoot Jackson who was too drunk to realize
his danger and clinched Donald. In the
sculllo the rtstol went off. striking Jackson
In the leg just above tho knee, causing a
flesh wound, but not very severe. Tom Ames,
a chum of Donald's, about this time took a
hand and restored the pistol tq Donald.
Donald lias terrorized the town a long time,
and this outbreak served to arouse tho peo
ple to action. They therefore surrounded
Donald and Ames In Vann's restaurant, dis
armed them and telegraphed for Deputy
Bruncr. of Vinita. holding tho men as pris
oners until ho came. Both will bo taken to
Ft. Smith, and as aside from the shooting
they are notorious whisky peddlers It Is but
fair to believe they will bo spared from our
midst for a timo at least.
Bepublican Club at Adair.
Adair organized a republican club of 78
members on the 12th. and are preparing for
business with a vengeance as the selection
of tho following well known gentlemen as of
ficers will Indicate: J. l Warren, president;
George Warren, secretary; X. II. Simpson,
At this meeting we were royally enter
tained by Messrs. DonCarios and Stansfield,
of Vinita. who addressed tho audience, and
gave general satisfaction. To theso genial
gentlemen we sty, cqma again, as in Adair
yon will always tind the latchstrlng on tho
outside. Mr. N. It.
Mmpson is deserving 01
nr.tl.n fnr wnrLIni- 11 n t lilts nrrrnn!lf Inn
... .. .. .-.. -
all members should put tholr ,, a"d
, , , , . , -oulder to the
wheel and assist - . ,
.aturday. March 21.
Vinita Market Report.
Corn by the load 15S1S
WheatXo 4 50
Oats , 10JJ12
Seed Oats 25330
Seed flax 1.50
eed Potatoes 75
Potatoes for tabic COtoSO
Sweet potatoes, per peck..... S3
Parsnips, perpeck 35
Apples 100 to 1.23
Itsansper pound 01
Ulce " 02to.03
Sugar, granulated 171b for 1.00
Sugar, light brown JOB) for 1.00
Star Tobacco per pound
Battle. Ax - 33
Flour, best patent 2.10
Flour, straight grade 1.75
Bran, per 1002) 65
Turnips, per bushel 23
Eggs , 0G'
Hens, per pound ot!J
Boosters, perpound 02
Turkeys, hens, per pound 0u!S
Turkeys, goblcrs. per pound 03
Ducks, perpound Ot
Coal, per bushel OS'i
Galvanized wire ; 2.63to2.8S
WiSTS. rOlt SALl LOST, STBAIED.STOI.E.t
Earn notice, or the character Indicated, not
exceeding Firty Word, will be Inserted two
weeks under this heading for Firty cents.
Von Sale 7 flno Jacks from sucklings to 10
years old: sire weighs 1J0O. Is 15 3-4 hands,
black with mealy jMilnts. Good stock: low
prices. John V. ilc.N'ell, Drcxel, Mo. 29-31
It 1b "Wonderful
how quickly diarrhea or dysentery can
bo relieved by using Ltcgg' tliarrhea
balsam. A purely vegetable com
pound. It affords instant relief and a
permanent cure in a perfectly safe
way. Your popular druggist, P. Shana
han, has the agency for this wounder-
Beggs' Little Giant Fills.
Try them if you have n sick head
ache or if you are constipated or bil
ious. Guaranteed by P. Shanahan.
Lcc liarrett will Sell saddles at cost
for the next thirty days.
Soothing, healing, cleansing. De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is the ene
my to sores, wounds and piles, which
it never fails to cure. Stops itching
and burning. Cures chapped lips and
cold-sores in two or thrcs hours. P.
The Porfeot Ointment.
The virtue or Ileggs' German Salve
is its quick healing power. Else it
would not have earned Us world wide
reputation. Your popular druggist,
P. Shanahan, has it.
No preparation ever put on the mar
ket has given such unirer-.il satisfac
tion. It is not only a hair rencwer
and inrigorator, but cleanses the
scalp of all dandruff, leaving the hair
soft, glossy and luxuriant. Sold by P.
J. W. Pierce, Republic, la., says: "I
have used One Minute Cough Cure in
my family and for myself, with results
so entirely satisfactory that I can
hardly Hnd words to express myself as
to its merit. I will never fail to rec
ommend It to others, on every occasion
that presents Itself." P. Shanahan.
and all humors of the blood and skin
will succumb to Ucgg's blooc) purifier
and blood maker. It positively has
no equal. Every bottle guaranteed.
Ask your popular druggist, P. Shana.
nan, for It.
Highest Honors Werld'5 Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF NEW YORK
RICHARD A. McCURDY President
For the year ending Decera'jer SI 1895
AsieU Ci21,2IS,Tl 33
I.UMlUtt ni,3(7,lS7 S3
fcrpic ..... $g,m;c,scs ;;
. - $1S,39,S0 H
Total Paid rollrr-hcldcrs In
1S05 $25,125,728 13
Iasuraare sn! Aannltiri ia
forre $500,074,453 73
Set gala la ISO.". - - . $CI,C17,CJ3 CO
Note Insurance merely vrriiUn is discarded
from this Statement s. whelly xsislcadinp, and
enly insurance actually issued and paid fcr ia
cash is included.
I have eaiefulTy examined the fo-egoing State
ment and nd the same to be correct
CiutLES A. Pgrura Auditor
From tho Surplus a dnldcxJ i!it:? spportiored
Report of the Examining Committee
OCce cf The Mutual life lrurancc Company
of New York
reimary it, lfi
At a meeting cf t!.e Ecard cf Trustees of t!.!i
Company, held on t! e j3'h dy cf December list,
the undersigned were aj. pointed a Committee to
examine the aniua! statcnent fir the year endirg
December 31, 1S55, and to ertfy the fame by
comparison wiiii the rssrts of the Company.
The Ccrnmtt'ce lae carefully pcrfcraed the
duty assigned t- tlicm, end tetchy certify that
the statement is it nil particulars correct end that
the assets specified thercia arc in possession of !i
la making this certificate the Committee bear
testimony to the high character cf the iniesrrnen'S
of the Company and express their approval cf the
system, order, ard accuracy with which the ac
counts and touchers hate been kept, and the
business in general transacted.
() H. C. vex Post
Cmas. R. Hexcerson
Js C Hcioln
Wm. P. Do
J. ri. HtvncK
ROBERT A. CRANNISS Vicc-PacS'SCNT
Waitbb R. Gillette
Isaac F. Llovd
Baker Bros., St. Louis, general agency for
Missouri and Oklahoma and Indian Ter
Notice Is hereby giron that oil tho 21st day
o'clock In the. forenoon and 3 o'clock in I lie
afternoon, at Vinita. 1. T., In front of
Gray-Halsell building on WIUo" "
will sell at public cunti"- street, I
lil.lilnr (nrrn.l. I - ... to the hlchcst
1 llnur - - -and. a certain lot ot mil
-ioods. iewelrv. show cases etc.. levied
upon as the property of Mrs. William Chou
teau, to satisfy executions In my hands
against her In favorof II. Oppenhelmer and
A. II. Fuclis. SAMfEL, M. I.UTilEnroitD.
United States marshal.
By E. N. VTlLLlAifSOX. Deputy.
If not your conscience demands
that you feed hogs with
DR. JOS. HAAS'
I will insure
hogs when fed
Any bank or
Hog and Poultry Remedy
(20 years success)
Only healthy hogs maka healthy pork. It
is the key to economical feeding, causing
food to be converted Into flesh with the least
Ifyou want to Save Feed,
Prevent Disease,- Destroy Worms,
Arrest Disease. Hasten Maturity,
Stop Cough, Increase Pork.
Endorsed by the great breeders and feeders.
Biwire of Substitutes and Imitations.
For Sale by Lee Barrett,
Vinita, Ind. Ter.
DDITPQ- Cans. 25 lb. 11150: 124 lb,
rKlVEO. jlso; packages, tXSO, iUS.
and 50c each. Tho lrrgest arc the cheapest.
Circular containstestlmonlals. Hogology"
a pamphlet on swine mailed for 2 cent stamp,
llall orders have prompt attention. 46
JOS. HAAS, V. S. Indianapolis Ind.
Tahlequah and Ft. Gibson
R. A. HOSEY, Ft. Gibson, I. T.
Gunter & Smith
General Livery Stable.
They have the best rigs in the Cher
okce Nation and their prices are reas
onablcaluats, Careful attention to
People's Meat Market
EAST OF TRACK.
J. H. BAILE, Proprietor.
Fresh and Salt Meats,
Lard and Everything to
Tempt the .Appetite
ggj LARGEST STOCK "gjj
jo Browning d
Is ""VIri wH
3 Seneca, nortJU tg
jfi Terms Cah Get Estimates il
We have just purchased from Samuel C. Davis &
Co., of St. Louis, who are (joiner out of business, a large
line of STAPLE DRY GOODS, consisting of Muslins,
Cambrics, Shirtings, Tickings, Eastlake and Amoskeag
Cheviots, Cotton.idcs, Jeans, Prints, Gingham, German
Blues, Towels and Crash, Tablecloths and Linens, Nap
kins, Underwear and Work Shirts, Flannels and Cot
ton Flannels, Socks, Ladies' and Children's Hose.
DOUGHT at about 75c. on the dollar of their ac--tual
value, we propose to give our customers
the benefit of these rare bargains. Come and see how
cheap they are selling.
We Do Hot Have to Buy
Frorr? Ar?y Ope House
But we canvass the whole United States for the best
and the cheapest values.
Of the above purchase we will sell a regular 8 1-3C
shirting for 5c; regular 25c. ladies' hose for isc.a very
fine black mohair dress goods, retails everywhere for
$1.50 a yard and costs right now $1.15 wholesale at
Marshal Fields' in Chicago; our price is $1.00 a yard.
If you care to save money, come and look at these
large, fresh bargains. Steer clear of these "one-horse"
"one-house" stores infected with high prices.
Yours open for business from 6 a. m. to 7 p. m ,
E. N. RATCLIFF MER. CO.
Plenty of Time This Week
to Wait on You.
Red Wethersfield Onion Seed pr lb
Whitehouse Flour, absolutely the best.
Sure enough New York Early Rose potatoes.
Prairie Rose Peaches.
Royal Baking Powder pr lb
Morning Glory Coffee.
Perfect Baking Powder pr
Best Country Sorghum pr
Friends' Rolled Oats.
Stoneware pr gal.
Pure Buckwheat Flour pr lb
Granulated Smoking Toba0 pr 15
, Ac7T.e chipped Beef.
Strout- 'ure Apple Vinegar prgal
Come and bee us.
No Danger in Coming to Town Now.
E. N. Ratcliff
D. S. CUMMING
A Full Stock of Goods Consisting of
Shelf Hardware, Steel, Iron and Wagon Material,
Stoves and Tinware, Harness. Plowy, Harrows,
Cultivators, Tools, Hoes, Rakes, Farm Wagons
Spring Goods, Furniture, Bed Springs, Mattresses,
All of these and many other articles will be sold
cheap for cash, SIX DAYS IN EACH WEEK. Also
a full line of Coffins and Caskets which will be fit
ted up any time needed, day or night.
Yours for business,
Adair, Ind, Ter. D. S. CUMMING.
Olivei: Baoby, J. O.
President. Vice-President. Cashier.
First National Bank,
vi:ntt.a. rsnx ter.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $85,000.00.
Tout Business Solicited.
S. Gobb, Oliver Bagby, B. F. Fortner, G. W.Beck,
E. N. RatcliQ, M. E. Milford, W. A. Graham,
0. Hall, W. E. Halsell, E. B. Frayser, H. C. Cook.
G. W. MILLER & CO.,
Successors to H. D. MUIR & CO.
General Insurance Agents.
Patton Building. Vinita, Ind. Ter.
Representing the followlnj: Companies:
FIRE AND TORNADO.
Hartford Insurance Co.. Hartford. Conn, Grrman AmrrlcnnInnrrjC(Co.,of Neir York.
Phoenix Insurance Co.. or lirooklyn. IVnnsjlTanla Fire Inmrance Co.
Liverpool .t London .t Globe Insurance Co London and Lancashire Insurance Co.
New York Underwriter. Springfield Kire and Marine Insurance Co.
Fire Association of Philadelphia.
The Phoenix .Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn.
ACCIDENT AND PLATE GLASS.
The fidelity end Casualty Co., or New York.
Can be prevente-l, and a largo per cent of the sick hogs cured by using
WM. HALL'S HOG CHOLERA CURE.
Note what L. "W. Marks savs,
Vinita, I.T., Feb. 20, 1396.
The Wm. Hall medicine Co., St. Louis, 1M0.:
The medicine sent nic has cured hoj: cholera In all stages after: giving' It a
fair test I find it to be the only sure cure I ever had and have tried nearly
everything heard of before. Being in a liquid form renders it easy to admin
ister. It goes farther thereby making it cheaper than any other preven
tive 1 ever used. Tho four bottles sent me has cured about 43 head that weie
infected iu the herd. Still have some left on hand that I ue as a preven
tive. L W. Marks.
For Sale by druggists or the Wm. Hali Medicine Co
J" SI. OO A BOTTLE or 3IX FOR SO.OO.
J 1. 00
Hall, II. C. Cook,
TAB. Q R. HILL,
Physician and Obstetrician.
Up-stairs in Raymond Building.
YInita, Ind. Ter.
rR. L. D. CRAWFORD,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office in Opera House Building.
Vinita, Ind. Ter. aBi9
DONOHOO, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
12-27-01. AFTON, IXD. TER.
Office in Raymond Building
over Millinery Store.
All kinds or Dental Work Krecnted with nest
ing!) nesa and dispatch.
TTR. O. B. GRIFFITH,
DEN $ffill TIST,
Rooms 14. and 16, Hill Building,
JOHS B. TCBSKR. JlMU B. BCRCKIIALTIR.
ryiURNEIl & BTJRCKHALTER,
- Attorneys and Counsellors,
Room 3 and 1 Graj-Haltell Bid's.
VINITA, . - - IND TER.
Will practice in the U. S. Conrta of the In.
dlan Territory and at Ft. Smith. Ark , and la
the Supreme Court of the United States.
With J. S. Thompson, Vinita, Ind Ter'
Spectacle and Eyeglasses accurately fitted
according to the Best Approved Scientific
qllEPARD, UKOVE& WILSON,
Patton Building. Vinita.' I. T.
YV S. STANFIELD,
Will practice In all State and Federal Courts.
Criminal Practice aSpttialty.
Hill Building, Rooms 6 and S. YInita, I. X.
rR. W. W. BRYAN,
dcl:H Claremobk. Ind. Tm.
rR. A. M. OLINKSOALES.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,
VINITA. I. T.
Office np stairs In Raymond building. Resi
dence between the two churches, at the Dr.
Piles and other Rectal troubles a specialty.
TORTXEU & BAGBY,
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
VINITA, C. N.
Office in now Patton building, np
Practiced in all its de-
CHAS. W. DAY, D. D. S.
Permanently Located at Vinita, I. T...
Office in new Patton building, back
or Drs. Fortner & Bagby. dec 8
jr P.IIAYSES, 8 27 "
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Vinita, - I. T.
Calls promptly attended tonight
Practice limited to Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat.
Office In Old Opera Building. anr--
X7 H. KORNEGAY,
Attorney at Law,
and Notary Public.
Office in Patton Bid's VINITA, I. T,
(VIII practice In all the United Statea Courts
Aug 9 or the Indian Territory.
JAMES S. DAVENPORT,
DAVID A. FRAYSER,
Raymond Bld'g. Vinita, I. T.
Practice In United States and Cherokee Courts.
n M. SMITH, 10-1
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, LOAN BROKER
Special attention giren glTen to trial of salts.
Always ready to answer your questions and
replv to your inquiries.
-Office In Opera Buld'g. VINITA, I. T.
J. B. & G. H. SPANGLE,
Davison & Wheat
The wide-awake contractors,
can be found
South of P. G. Browning's
Opposite Vinita Hotel.
Where we are prepared to do all
kinds of shop work. Will have
also a first class upholsterer at our
service. Satisfaction guaranteed..
Estimates on all work.
Freely Gl en.
JOS. P. SOOTT, r
Life 5 Fire Insurance!
32f AGENT. -X3 i
Office in P. O. Bid's., Vinita.
pR. T. T.