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Maffkt Sc Merritt, Editors and Publishers.
One Dollar a Year.
Darlington, Indian Territory : Dec. 21, 1885
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DARLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY.
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J$$T'GRKETTNG : My now stock has arriycd and been opened up, and if you can't be suited, you will have to
go outside of the Territory, if not beyond Kansas. In my store you will find Ladies', Children's and Misses' Shoes of
the best make and latest styles ; Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' Hosiery in fancy and white colors ; Ladies', Misses' and
Childrcns' Shawls, in beautiful patterns, from the finest to the lower grades ; an attractive line of Ladies' and Men's
Silk Handkerchiefs in white and fancy colors; Blankets and Spreads of the best quality and beautiful styles; Colored
Damask, Bed Ticking, a complete line of Notions of every description, with house-keers' articles for every want ; Clothing
for Men, Buys and Children. Now is the time to buy your boy a handsome suit, as well as make your husband "dress
up' in a new suit. Fancy Groceries, among which I would enumerate canned goods as follows :' Grapes, Pears. Pine
Apples, Green Gages, Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, Cherries, Corn, Tomatoes, Succotash, Beans, Peas, Mush
rooms, ALL FRESH ! French Sardines in self-opening boxes, Lobsters, Salmon, Shrimp, Crabs, Oysters and Cocoanut
in cans. Mince-meat, Chocolate, Raisins, Figs, Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Citron, Pickles, Salads, and Golden Syrup
put up in half gallon cans. Extracts and perfumery of superior qualities infancy bottles, buckets and barkcts. Pocket
and Table Cutlery ; anything in Hardware, Table Ware or Tin Ware.
HATS FOR THE COWBOY OR "DUDE !"
All Kinds of Hardware, Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Whips, Spurs. Sugar, Coffee, Rice, Flour, CIiggsoXu
short everything t: eat or wear' by man or beast. " 'f A
Soliciting your, patronage, I am
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GJ A-JLffl 4iLUJft
At the old stand of (Reynolds, Qoiy & Hubbell,
Opposite tbeCnEYENNE TiuKSroimsn Building.
COSAND & MOSSER,
J. W. DOKKOX,
Contractor & Builder,
Limo hair, cement Cc plaster airways lor salb
J. A. COVINGTON,
Spclfcl attention to tho filling or outers and for
warding tho sumo to all points in the Terrltorj
As my solo attention Is nov; devoted to this busi
ness It enables mo to attend to the same on short
notice and without delay.
Clothier, Merchant Tailor & Gents' Furnisher
Optioslto Oper.t Iiocso,
ARKANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
Prompt attention glvon to ordouj fom the Terri
tory, and patronage solicited.
J. l:KANK. DEAN,
jG?rartloA living uL a distance can
send their Watches and Jewelry by reg
istered letter, as merchandise, with per
fect safety at a very small ooU, and can
depend on having their work done prop
erly und promptly, h urges reasonable
ik1 satisfaction gtmranteod, a; Ui P. 0.
Book Store. Don't fovpet tbe piw jft'
We have our usual"
3TOIlT'J8KSO. 12?DIVN TERRITORY.
Ben Clark is in onco moro from a trip out.
Evans llros. have thu:r usual display of
The stylo of the post traders is Evans, ilros.
since the retirement of Mr Cotton
Mr. Phelps, of Pa., has arrived to tako a po
sition with tho post traders. He is an agree
The garrison was onlivonod with tho pros
onee of Lieut J1 ronton and his company of
Con. Gardner, tho agreeable Indian inspect
or, stopped over night, at the Reno house on
his way to Anadarko
Lieut llice and his galiant company of dog
soldiers arrived on tho 10th from duty in tho
Col. Prod Crandall left on tho 7th for tho
Ponca Agency to clear tho Strip of boomers.
l)r Drown wont with him.
Captains Woodson and Ilayos with their
troops have come in from tho Hold, reporting
Oklahoma free of boomers.
ol. J. S. ISvuns returned from Now York on
the first. While there he bought an elaborate
stock of holiday goods
T. Walter Frod, tho gonial postmaster at
Anadarko, went through on IiIm way homes
irom a visit oast. JJo looked unusually well.
I)r. MeNary, who has boon surgeon at tho
Cantonment tor tin past low mouths, oh mo
down and proceeded to Oklahoma lie Is
now at Maj. .Morgan's log camp Tin Doctor
is a favorite and is greatly missed hens
Dr. I 12. DoMooyno, dentist, who comes
from Richmond, Va., is stopping a few dayb
at the 15vais Hotel He la an aoqualntaneo
of Dr. Whitney, one ol our post augoois, to
whom ho refers the pcoplo of this vicinity.
Tho many Irionds of Lieut. Wygant are glad
to learn of his sale return from an extended
trip to Now York his uatlvo state. Tho Lieu
tenant Inhorlted a legacy from a relative In
Europe, and he loft hero purposing to sail tor
that tar oil country i but on arrivi' g at Now
York found that his businoss could bo settled
there, thus avoiding a long voyage. Having
boon statio ed a number of years hero and by
his iiMvUlu manner, Llout. Wygant has endear
od himself to v extended oircle of admiring
Anew iron pump has 1km n placed in tho
well at tho Arapahoe school
Cattleman John P. 1 laird camo in from &
trip to Toy as and tho cattlemcns' convention .
at St Louis.
Tho Agency schools and Meimonito mission 4
will each give an onlnrtuinmcut during the
holidays, which will be well worth attending.
A. A Knpart, the fire insura' coman of Mus
kogee, was hero loooklng after his policies!
Ho represent h all tho reliable com panics and
is 11 bright, pleasant young gentleman.
Major W. If Uarkor, our enterprising now
trailer and postmaster, very generously do.
nutod $l.r to tl:o schools to bo distributed to
Hie Indian children rhrlstmas eve. This la
very kind In Major Murker, and we usmiro
him that hisgenerousgillwill bo appreciated.
It Is with deep regret that wo chronicle
tho departure of Mr C. II ' otlon, ho having
severed his ooiifieet ion with the (lrm of Kvang
Uros. & 'Jotton Ho left this woek for tho
states, whom he Intends embarking in thtt
mercantile business Kvuryon hero wlshea
A number ofhorsos have died in thl vicinity
lately of what is supposed to have been bliuu
sluggers .15 Cnmpbell und .John Murphy
each lost a favorite horse from tho dlaoium
Kd (iurrler had number to die At Silver
( lty.'Jft miles south of hero, tho death flfluou
head belonging to M. T. Johnson and Jmnoa
Hond is reported.
Miss Nannie Hntchlns, tho popular young
society ludv of the Wichita Agency, was hortf
a few days visiting hor umuv friends .
party was gve.n in nor honor by Miss Liliio
Council, at which Misses i.auimond, Camp
bell, Sumner, Cmndall, Mrs ua:;mr, CCW.
Sumner, Lieut. Utee, Llout niMtn, ,
Decker Maj W. U, Itarkor, v. (. Wlnilow. W. r.
A. Hemphill, C. K. DcJLu and Lale ilrrtti
Hov D. It. Voth ha returned from Ui trijj
to New York, where he bud been a a dola
gate to a conference oft he Monuonito ohuroh.
On Sunday he made an lntere itingtalk to the
Arajmhoo Kubbath school on what ho saW
on his trip toNiagra Falls and the rouorvn
tlon of tlio Tuseorora liidhnu in Now Yorfc
SiUito Uev. Voth also vlsl1d ti-t- Indian
prhuol tit l!o.:,;hlo:j, Iowa, p.;. 1 alLa-'A'ianOft