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LSifc, HegiilaV.Communlcation ol VI
ST 4!Ui9,lji, Ko ' A v' A A M
jomwiira nrsi nmi ""m cmur.
& With at 8 o'clock, p. r
Preaching overy Sabbath at 10:W a.
in. and 7:30 t. in. Sabbath school at
2:30 ti. Til. Regular prayer meeting
rhurodav ovenines nt 7:30 i. m. oiui;
tropic's prayer mcetinc every Wnbjint
at 0: n, in. Itcv. J. W. Seroggs, Phi
khtiiodiht KPWWPAI.CIIUIICH soith
Preaching on the first, thlnl and
fnurlh Kabbaths at 11 ni., and every
Sabbath at 7 l. m. Frner meetlnj;
very WcdnaMlay at 7 p. m. Pnblmth
ehool every Hnbliath at 10 am. Itev.
I. O.' Shanks, Pastor in, charge.
Mirvlccs every second fiabbath at tbo
M. K. Church, at 11 u. in. and 7 p.m.
Hut. Vi,1'. Ilaworth. Pastor.
' . Railroad Tlmo TabloB.
JS'o. 151, Texan, St. Louis and
Hunnlhal express .....10:10 p. in.
4o. 1M, Texan, Kansas uud
Missouri express V2M p.m.
Me. 151, Hannibal, St. Louis
and Texas express 4:09 a. m.
No. l.VJ, Missouri, Kansas and
" Texascxprcss 2:32 p. in.
F. L. UKCRr.it, Agent.
ST. iouis Sax PKASrism.
Passenger, cast. 2:05 p.m.
Passenger, west 12::W p. u.
Frtlght, east..... 4:15a.m.
Freight, west 0.00 p. in.
Passenger and freight, ar.... 1:15 p.m.
l'assougcr aud freight, lv.... 2:15 p. in.
11. II. l'.DMO.NUSON, Agent.
Ceil. J. Q. Tuft.", of Muskogee,
was In the city Inst Monday.
Mr. Jojm Skinner, of Scdnlin. is
yiuitlnj hU lgothcc N-'t, int this
ci'.'. v '"lrL?"T " k
criin n vift fy
Hon. Will CnllimS-Bi squarmlug
around the streets of Ft. Louis, the
lirst of the week.
TIicm' arc nieo pleasant nights
for .me of the young bloods to
take moonlight strolls.
Dr. Foreman siiys ho will vole
for Jim Keys if lie will stop crying
nnd trying to rido trucks.
Miss Fannie Wythe, with Miss
Ada Durham, are visiting this
' AWeek-ihi Springfield,. Mo.
.h'Ue GoodykoonU, of Neosho,
pilfer of Mrs. Arthur Chamberlain
is yisitnig friends nnd relatives in'
tho city. ,-wjt.f" i
Frank' Cass and Jim Hunter
jiiive gono to Fort Smith, to appear
irt tho case,agahi8t Arnold, for the
iittcmptcd'shoMing of Cass.
Mr. Will" Hall started last Fri-,
day niht to overtake tho herd of
cattle, which started from here
floino two weeks ago, for Montana,
and of which Mr. Hull is part own
er. Dr. Warren's family were called
upon to part with two of their
children, byth dread diseaso of
measles. The family have the
Sympathy of tho community in
Mr. and Mr). Sam McSpadden
stepped in to qco how the boys ur
m Tanged tho "typses" for tho paper.
Visitors aro a,lwhy. wplcpnie, and
, wo shftll bo glad to show and ex
plain anything pertaining to tho
Tho majority of our citizens will
,(ole.bjrateAe 107th anniversary of
Amcricanindvpvndoiice, at Pierce
Ity this year. Kfforts aro being
made to secure n special train from
Mrs. W, C, Putton went down
Springfield, last Saturday, to visit
tcr daughter, who graduates with
ibis tern of the Drury College.
Miss PAHlinc" will return with lior
mother after tho crowning affairs
of to College.
We understand that Miss Fnn
ulo Illy tho luuj severed her connec
tion with the Vinita jiostollicc.
Mian Fannie was an cllicient and
.reliable assistant, and gave general
satisfaction during her connection
with the department.
Miss Daisy Perry returned to
Fort Smith last Sunday. Dining
)or' stay here, with tho family of
ijapt. Kclnis, sho made many warm
friends, who regret that jicr visit,
which has been very pleasant,
" must ttrmiuate so boon.
Now is tlto tlinir to got your
picture made nt Hansard and burden's.
See the good suggestion in re
gard to the teachers Association in
The Delewarcs wore paid off on
last Monday, by Hon. Jno. Q.
TufU, on the Verdigris lHver.
A better man than Mr. Hill,
who is spoken of as Senator for
Delaware District, would bo hard
Tho Hoard of Arbitration met
In Caldwell, Kansas, June 12th,
to decido to whom contested range
There was n pleasant church so
cial yesterday evejilng at Gijison.
Our kindest thauk aro returned
for a courteous invitation to attend.
The moeling of the white citi
zens of Coowccscoowcc district, at
this place, will be on Friday Juno
22nd, instead" of Saturday, ns re
ported in last weeks paper.
Mr. W. Hastings is tho
.hordes, t, ad, Ijehi student in the
Chcfokco NntioH. hV'Mb froii'i
Bcatlte's iraire nhd now nt the
Male Seminary. !
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One of tlie prize essay's dclivorcd
nt the Worcester Academy com
mencement, has been handed in
Air publication, but lack of space
compels us to leave it out this
This is one of the most sociablo
cities in tho west. If n muu is un
acquainted with tho surrounding
country, there are n score of men
here who arc anxious to walk you
around, nnd expiate on tho beaut
ies and advantages of our country.
Wo would suggest to Col. Poole
that it would bo moru economical
to visit somo of his lady corres
pondents. As only four pounds
can be transmitted through the U.
S. mail, he has been obliged to
send some of his effusions by ex
press. i i I.
Miss Ada Greenwood,
nounccd to read here borne
ngo, will rend hero Jiuio
Those wishing n genuine
should be bure to hear her.
recites beautifully and has n
pleasing manner. You will be
Poor Tnlbot McXulr is dead.
Ho died Friday lntt of pneumonia,
on Grand Itiver'. Wo are sincere
ly sorry to record his death. Ho
was u good man nnd neighbor. Wo
hope he is happier now than wo,
."rf- tocUncarins of tho Good
opmi. - --
P. Thompson, 6t the
Cherokco Orphan Asylum, called
in to see us last Wednesday even-
nix. iio reports ino ucaiiu goaUfein ofpsr i
at too Asylum, and that, activoi
preparations nro being mado
the exercises attending the clone of
thopclinol, which oceursono week
Wo desire to return our tincCre
thanks to 1'u ladies of the Congre
gational i lunch, for that dish of
delicious strawberries and plate ol
excellent cake. An editor Is al
ways hungry, and anything in tho
shapo of edibles is appreciated
vary much. Ojicrgojwl nct'dcscfvcs
another, and wo would not object
if it was repeated
While in Knnsns City, the first
of tho week, we procured n job
press aijd outfit, which will arrive
hero soon, when wo expect to bo
,ablo to supply the demand.for job
work which has heretofore been
made upon this officer Parties
wishing any work in this lino, can
now secure as good work, at as low
prices' hero, as they havo been
Betiding off for.
in i ii i. ii . i . . i
Mr. Tom R, Simon, the hand
some "njgh't hawk" at the Mo.
Pacific T61cgrnph office, went down
to Springfield, last Friday night.
When ho rplurned is a conundrum
to him, as tho last ho remembers
was bitting on tho poich of the
North Springfield House, but
when lie awoke ho was in tliq Vin
ttnofHco, trying to gfcordors ',to
run in ahead of time.
Wo publish to-day an account of
tho KIrkwood Seminary com
mencement exercises from the
Globe-Democrat, whore two of our
Cherokee girls aro spoken of with
special mention. Mies Cora Arch
er, as an eloquent valedictorian
and Miss Ella Adair, ns a witty es
sayist. Wo aro proud of our young
ladies hut not in tho least surpris
ed at tho honors they .always bear
off, for wo have always known
them to he the smartest nnd the
best girls on this lower world.
Wo bcliovo thoy wpdld stand a
fair comparison with thoso of tho
Dr. Felix McNnir's barn 'was
struck by lightning some days ago,
burning It up, together with his
hack, wagon, harness, saddles,
bridles and everything of tho kind.
His loss must havo been 81,000.
Wo aro very sorry to record n loss
for him. There is not a better
hearted man, atrucr or inoro ac
commodating neighbor in America
than this man. "Dicii voutyarde,
Wo aro informed that ICneas
Hidgo was Shot nnd killed at
Springfield, Inst Tuesday, while
resisting a U. S. Marshal.
Tho reason that Hansard v.
Cardcn do so much photograph
work is because they understand
their business, and guarantee sat
isfaction in all work done.
Chns. II. Cnnnn, who has been
working in the Ciukktaix office
fol the past five monthe, left last
Wednesday night far La Cygnc,
Kansas, to make a visit uud tnkc a
rest. Charlio is n good boy 'nnd
has worked hard and-stcady dur
ing his stay here, aud is entitled
to a lay off for n fein weeks.
Just as we goto jiress tlie fol
lowing message was handed to us;
Washington, I). C. )
June M, 188!. f
Fnnon Ciiikktain, Vinita, I. T.
Conveyances for Occupied Lands
west of ninty-six degreo. signed
to-day. 'sMoncy to bo expended
under act of Council.
Signed 1). W. Hushyhkah,
i Principal Ciiief.
"Extracfrbln a temfchoru lfeltdrtl
to Secretary of the Board: ''Am
happy to learn that you havo left
the selection of topics to the teach
ers. I see "Conversation and
Mingling" assigned. Am desirous
of complying with all requirements
so I select ''Qonvorsntion," alter
native "Mingling," or if entirely
agreeable I will select "Mingling"
with alternative "Conversation."
Am willing however to take both
"Mingling and Conversation." If
these are quite filled, however, I
hall be pleased to read a selec
tion'." ' .
As tlfti elections are approaching
wo deem it proper to namo the
candidates' of tiie two politicnl par
ties in tho Cherokee Nation, with
the platform of each. The Nation
al platform was given us by a Na
tional man nnd the Union platform
by a Union man. If there aro any
mittakes in either platform we
will cheerfully correct them.
Thoy are, however, oxact copies
of the platforms given us. It is
tho duty of citizens interested in
(lie country's welfare to carefully
weigh 'ho -principles 6et forth in
these platforms and vote according
to their deliborato convictions
irsldo from any political lies that
ray be told about tho respective
enndidaWs. In our honest opin
ion wp 'do not believe that either
Hon. f'lias. Tljtehpirm or Hon. 1).
W. Jhiftfyhcauwoujd inteitiiaunl-
ly do'ai ythlru-wrongf anU'wojjuij.'
3uix J..IIPOJ kilo ponuciaiiH.ui, yon
rtra ;rjtjf)ileni: , their fauj
'HlSC ijajju-mthout fiddlln
w, ''' W lrnTom String of alnUr.
gjlii wo hear on Chas,.
or liushvhead wo arc"
tftto ;ttildiejflit as such.
Tho Sedaliiv "JJazou is as nowsy
anil lively as iris nonesi. w
give its opinion on "Indian Troub
. .. . -..... tir
les" this week, as a specimen of
honest criticism anil as.un cxnres-
sion of a growing . sctuimciu
throughout the States. Tlicro is a
vast 'number of people under the
American Flng-who want to give
the Indian fair play and aro wil
ling to make due allowance for his
want of "ppnottunity. Tho num
ber is increasing and tho chances
. . . .. .
of h6 Indian '.for securing justice
aro better day by day. Wo, as
representatives of that class, should
encourage the growth of this friend
ly sentiment by patient merit.
This sentiment is our only safety.
It-will securo.to us alfvour rights.
Let us 'encourage our? friends in
tho Statjs by being friendly and
not by being hostile and teaching
ourselves nnd our children to des
pise aud hate indiscriminately the
u-nu-kah. As a bare policy we
cannot afford to encourage eilmity
whero our only safety is friend
ship. Ab a piece of good sense
and good feeling it is right to en
courage kindly sentiments for
thoso, who aro true, worthy and
A. O. RAYMOND & OO.
Hcadduartors for Farm Machin
ery, havo in stock a full lino of
Osborno Mowers and Reapers,
Sulky Ttnd Revolving Hay Rakes.
All of thu best makes made. 373m
To Whom R May Concern.
Mr. V. Gray wishes to inform
the people of tho Cherokco Nation
I and the public goncrally, that ho is
running a fiast-clas? Grist and Saw
mill, at tho mouth of Priors Creek,
Chorokeo Nation, four miles oast
of Choteau, and that ho keeps con
stantly on hunt! n largo stock of
flour. Best brands of which ho
fully warrants to bo, in overy res
poet, equal to the best.
Ho has also mado arrangements
by which ho hopes to bo nblo to
supply tho demand for lumber.
Post Oflico, Choteau, I. T.
A black nnd white setter dog
about '! months old, from thu Fe
male Seminary, he lias dark legs,
heavily built and very lively, and
has an inverted Lomnrk-iiijhis faco.
,A liberal rowurd wilPbe paid for
his rc'turn4 It. L. Owen, or tho
! Female fc'cniiuaryv
Worcester .Vent' 'my Commencement.
The exercises began Wednesday
evening with a concert. The
weather was rainy, but there was a
good audience and the concert sur)
passed all expectations, nnd wa.f,(
beyond doubt, tho best one ever
held in the Territory.
Thursday evening, Hon Win. l'
lloss read n
most admirable null
thoughtful address to the student
which was well received. Ho wa,
followed by Itcv. E. S. Gould, of
Carthago, Mo., in a short but olo
quont address, in which ho ex'
pressed his astonishment at what
had been accomplished. Ho was
followed by Hon. Clins. E. Hnr
wood, vice-president of the North
Springfield hank, in a few pointed
and oxeellent remarks, after which
he modestly presented 8103 to the
Academy. The last speaker was
Hew Jnmes McLean, of Piervo
City, Mo., whoso address, full,tif
nitty illustrations, was a delight
ful conclusion to n delightful even
Friday evening the cluvroh wAh
'pncke.l, to jts. utmost cajmoliyM
hear the prizes and essays-. fjfilTO
in jinzcu was onureu uy mo uonru
and 810. extra by Judge Hurwoud,
which was divided into two ftrs
and two second prizes of $7.60 ;nd
85.00 each lor tho best and sccofid'
essay or oration. Tito following
was the programme: Simon, says
Thumbs up, Flossio Stevens; Per
Aspcra Ad Astra, John Itogcja;
John Smith, Itobcrt Chamberlain,
Beyond the Alps, my Italy lief,
Minnie Miller; True Greatncst,
Birdie Trott; Joan of Aro, Mary
Davis; 19S3, Walter Beckwith;
Design in Nature, Mary Raymond;
Only the beaten pebbles aro white,,
E. M. Landrum; Thoughts about
the Constellation, Vadio Ootwl
Even those best acquainted, Vfttji
the quality of work being done by
the Academy were not prepared
for ho splendid entertainment of
Tho day exercises wero not po
largely attended yet were none the
less interesting. Tho examination
was rigid and thorough, but nipsT
all succeeded in passing.. j
lYoprnmmo of tho Vinita Fair Assnclc
WKDNKSDAV. JlTNU20Tll. 1SS3.
1. RUNNING, Half mile 4
. , . ' , , .
j'uaii, --vu.irM (iiiia in In
dian Territory, .Mer
chant's purse " "
;. HUNN1NG, Quartcr-
Tlll'UHIlAY, JUNH218T, ISSlijp
1. -RUNNING, Half-mile
dasli, any age of tho ln-
...til. A Vila, .ItVIV ....... .1
6. RUNNING, Mile dash
open to tho world "
0. RUNNING, Mile dash
Mule race, purso '
7. SHOOTING glass
balls " " ' "
$2o to 1st, 810 to 2d.
FitinAY, jum: 2.'1d, 1833
S. RUNNING Half-mile .
dash', for 3-year olds of
tho Indian Tor., purse
0. SHOOTING Target
riflo 100 yards " .
825 to 1st, ?10 to 2d.
10. NOVELTY Race, milol,
r- ' J
dabh, purso "
Entranuo ten per cent of p
Three entries and two s
required in nil races.
No money for walk-over.
Lexington rules to govern
further information, address
A. P. Goodykoont:
To owners of Tow
ita, Chouteau, Rossvill
Tlie undersigned O.omtniSiitmpls.
....!... .i i... t... !.., ..tkir.-trr.r.-
iijijiuiu.i'u u uio ' 'Ma'l ,l't
uiMlor authority ot tn
comber oin, iraz, i
.... ... K..IA...... Ar, ...u.k.u
liuv ill luiiuiuii in viinii -Tf.iV.W.j.
of railroads piuwing tlirp((t)rt.l
unoroicco rsation, Tnnigiitn nnd
Fort Gibson included, hefflv" noti
fy all iiersons, citizens of i Cher
okee Nation, holding ct4.ficatcs
of nurchnee in wholo or iiif-nrt. orJ
completed titles to lots in jn.Vj, ohM
or all of thu towns nbovciJlined,
to-wit: Vinita or Dowifngvillo,
Chouteau, Rossvllkv or Prairio
City, Tahleqtiah and For Gibsop,
to mako showing of tho s mo and
final and comjileto paymt it on nil
unpaid dues, On or befon tho 12th
day of Aug., 1SX3, to t o under
signod at Fort Gibson foi all l.ots
in Fort Gibson. At 'lihlequnh'
for all lots in Tahlequahat Vinita
for all lots In Vinita, Ro vi!lo and
Chouteau, at tho ox ratian of
which time all lots in e id towns
to which proof of title nd com''
nloto payments aro not: ado, will
bo sold, ns provided by iw,
All communications oncoming
lots at Fort Gibson nij)t bo ml
dressed Ui E. B. Sand , at Fort
Gibhon, I. T., and tlioat Tnhlo
quah '(nJus. Koys, lilUeqpah,
Letters regard to hit in.Pniiriq
Citv, Chouteau and V ita,
i: i -
k. ;ai' w j t rmm -.j i inii . i n rr.i nil ,.iini n nnnt - w mih.UlT'.bji : !
miiri unnii. n?i... ,.. "m i -jriti r2:.uuu. - i
r: "fc k jr-. -.-- t ut.v vi' -na. t .. n. m " ! ri-n
JnXSJSbti&'l&imt -f .oAiaare wijft . rout. '( ' . " , w
I wilt sell to till! hti'lioul hlililur Tor
frau, National Warrant, or Certfllca-
l. on Iho m Momlnv in Julv. 1883,
i. tlif court bongo III l'lfnt tlixtrlct.tlin
follow lug estray properly, to-wll:
1 liiirNC. 10nr 12 vn.im nlil. ilnrlr lmv.
about 15 hands hhth, hrnmliMl mi the
left shoulder I nnd on the left hip 5,
left ear xplit down about 1J Inches.
1 Mill kcII to tho hiuhcfd bidder for
rash, national wariauts,orccrtltlcn(e
Oh thn MPrmiil Mmiilfiv Iti H.iiI..iii1ii.i.
llfsS'V ut tho court liniue In Flint DIs
trlrt, the fulloninj; cstrny property to
I dark porrel ninro, I years old, tit ami
not Known, has two white feet, one
hind fimtiuidnuo fore foot, somewhlto
In the fotehead, ruiinini; at Kills Htorr's
i d black 2 year old steer, marked un
ooiblt In each car.
r- 1 briudle hull, unmarked, running at
I will sell to tho hlnhest bidder, for
cash. National warrants or certlllcntc,
nt'tlie rc'ilnr term of the circuit court,
l on dm fourth .Monday in pcptenilicr,
,uij) roiiowingilcscrilioi estray projierty
f.ift."v..'.r! as :.. ii .. ..
torrci imrno. ii or (i M'.nrs old. smn
!c"Iirrorehe(li hind feotuudluua
yiiic.iip to knees, uramicu . u. on
fitfiu niioiiiiicr, ai or near Diinr .uonn
lain. ..3 black horso pony, 10 years old, 12
lull! l liijih, ecar on shoulder, white
iat on neck, old shoes on heforo when
tyketi up, no brands; at Joo Weloho's.
f sorrel horso 1(1 years old. 14 hands
blpji. blurx'-faco, brnndiil , H. on left
Miomdcr, at Tom Taylor's, on Foiir
1 bay horso pony 8 orO years old.
whltu snip down his face, rllit hind
foot White, no brandH;idiod when taken
up black ycarliiiit in aro colt with him;
iu caro of lion Urlmialt.
. 1 brown homo 12 yearn old, branded
on left thigh 5o, right eye out, left pas
tern culuru-cd, right hind foot white, at
1 yearling bay colt, running at Dan
1 bay stud pony 2 yearo old, 7 hands
hiuli, no brands, runulug near Suwnko
1 Horrel horse, blaro-laco, about 12
llfllliln littrli II tir II) vinrti id.l. mwi nvn
ont, brniideii X. at Hoot l'igeous, near
1 brown pony, bind feet white, star
forehrad, 14 hands high, 10 years old,
no brands, shod whou taken up, at
Arch Cohrau's, on Urand Itiver.
1 dark bay tntiro I years old, nntrow
blaze-fxce. nlwi bay sucking colt, no
brands, nt I-Av"! Keys.
bull ycarliiTgf no mark or
briimi, ut J
1 run fi
it will noil to the hh:hent bidder at
the regular term of the e uuc court, to
Aionveno on trto:irl Monday In JJeptcm-
fl. r, for cash, National warrants or
vttrtiflcntcs, tl"J following described
.itrii property, to-wlt;
1 sorrel horso pony,
r trsf. jm"V"' ''
til boll shoulder, on Lvnebe's
rfie itfi. Niiir in iutv-l .-
&y'flll(v2.ycnrs old p, .
orchcali; 'Brilp oaB0yt'. oiiu'hluii i- i
white, no brands, rniining at Ch .)
'fl.brow u maro 4 or." years old, brand
cannot bo described, star in forehcat,
,0ri' Lyiich's prairie.
"' ' . t r t-tCS
11. J. IV J wc,
GOING HNAKK DISTRICT.
I will sell to thu highest bidder nt
tho regular term of tho circuit court to
convene on tlie lirst Monday In .Sep
tember, Uio following described estray
I iron-gray pony innre, 4 years old,
about 14 bands blgh, bloteli brand on
right sbouldl-r, scar in tho breast; in
caro of J. L. Uigbey.
1 small whit yearling heifer, with
red ears, no marks or brands, running
nt John Holllns.
1 black and white spotted sow, year
old past, uinrkcd crop oirof tho right
ear, ovcrhnlfcrop in iho loft ear, run
ning at W. C. (Uiorinloy's.
1 block nnd .hitu spotted guilt, year
ntil iiimt. marked eron and unlit ill each
ear, undorbit in tho lolt ear, ruuulng ut
It. M. Dnnnenberg.
. G. W. Lr.K,
An cijtht column folio newspaper,
published every Friday at
Vinita, Indian Territory.
It is greatly for tho interest of
to "ftdvertiso their brands and
v? strayed stock.
The CHIEFTAIN makos a upec
, ialtyJRf this kind of work
andjjis tho best advertis
ing medium in tho
SURSCRllTION ljl.50 1'crYcnr.
CHIEFTAIN. PUB., CO.
.Vinitn, I. T.
t3HilJHfrT WUTV Ulil. ," frzi r -v
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u'Lifftfli r Li iii u iii n i nt i
DuujtwriwL.s"jt,rA.3Iir! n I U I IV I
MILLINERY and TJRESSMAKING.
Uy Mrs. Akis an Mas. Titti.k,
All kinds of DrcsMiiaklng doiio to or
der A tlrst'class trimmer with
the Millinery Department.
Opposite thlsolllce. 321m
SAY 1 DO YOU KNOW
C. W. POOLE
Keeps Iho best Cigars and Tobac
co, and the finest candies iu tho
city? Birch Beer on ico, and ico
cold Lemonade, at thu Poslolllco
:i-tf. C. W. POOLE.
TV tho Traveling Public I
Board nnd lodging nt tho Vinita
Restaurant. As good meals and
bods as any in tho Territory, at
2.1 cts. each.
S. Ii. HUFF,
MUfi - Proprietor.
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Vinita, I. T.
vT.4r8utlBfactlon (liiarau tced.
tDaily Stnge Iino
MiMkBgee, I.T,,ie Ft.Smith,Ark
K1UI1TV.F0UK MILKS IN TlVKSTl
four nouns t
New coaches and good stock,
i mice, eigiity niiiei: sciieiiuio tune,
twenty-four hours. Makes close con
nection at Muttkogco with traliisou tho
Missouri I'acillc railroad, and nt Fort
Hmith with the I.lttlo Kouk & Fort
.Sinltli and the Frlxco lines.
M. F. KKNNF.DY,
PtwStJGriP.o d s
And everything usually 'kept in
a wall assorted store. I soil low
as tho lowest for cash. Call and
see no and prico my goods.
JOHN and CEORCE
Full New Stock just bough In Saint
IahiIh nt lowest wholesale p. :es and
now for sale at ' '
Cul paid for furs, hides, et. Cah
or goods la oichatiuo fofattle, Trd
TULSA, I. T,
E. II LEWIS,
Store four miles east of Cho
loau, mouth of Fryer's Creek.
Bent selected slock of General
Merchandise in tho Cherokee Na
tion. Goods sold for cash or its equiv
alent. Goods out of season soh at cost.
No trouble to show goods,1
New goods overy week.
Hood ferry always mulling, oa -flrnruv
Itiver during high, water, OiiMomers
Will tako stock of any kind. Vflo
Hides, Furs, Pecans', Errs ito,.
nl highest market price -in px-,
cliango for goods.
Give me a call and convince your
self that I mean "Husineas.
Post 0e, Choleau,I. T.
C. H. LEWIS.
"STOTtcx 3P. :
TAHLEQUAH, I, T.
G oaqral lofcliunrliHo
JOHN W. STAPLER & SON,
They havo n full stock of dry?
goodHof nil kinds, boots, sIiom'
bats, caps, ipiefetiswaru, hjlLuLfi
If vvM',mr'M'""ru iUwJJ!txn'1;
.mm worin oi vour nioiipy iiiiiihii-
lty as woll as iiuantlty of goiKls go to
tlie old, reliable nrm oi joini v. pta
plcr A Son. 18-3i
Oliver E. Hindes,
Manufacturer nfand Dealer In
IIARNV, SADDLKS, COLLARS,
IIRIDLKS, , WHIPS,' 'COMBS.',
?! ' " Orrlent f.-nnv 'nNlfnt-imw
n''Hl oSlii.brJtf)ittr'A' J'-Tlr-1 i
jttot.Ubn call heforo yoil
buy olscwhuro. r
J. T. RobMs, of Dallas, ToxVIircSRii:
V " iLVS
c. n. op&"Co,
-Vive 3'rpoK- ;
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Oftlce Nos. land 10 Kxchangu Duilding,
BT. LOUIS NATIONAL STOOK
ST. CLAIR COUNTY, ILLS.
XT 1ST I OUT
St. Louis, Mo.
Only "Whileaale Yards in Si
juouu AecMiioia oy mu
1. Kvory railroad entering 8t. Iouls
Is directly tributary to these yards.
-'. Texas shippers nru Informal that
connection with these .yards fromthe
Iron Mountain A Southern "railroad can
be made without cost and with wucl.
less shrinkage than to nnytbvr.
iU.Thowi yards hitve tlie peculiar ad-'
"Vuiitngo hriHiixyoeatc'1 onuhw tA
tMHiB eiuo ui tiie nver, irum which
live liuuilred thousand people draw
their provision supply.
1. Lvcry packing fioiiuo in St. Louis
baa n reeuiar buyer Htationod here.
lluyersof cattle, hogs and sheep, both
for tho home market and eastern ship
ment. are at all times represented..
5. ior cotufort and convenience tht&e
yiiTds havo no superior in the country.
Two lines of street cars approach here.
Hotel, telegraph olllcea anil othor con
veniences forstoekmeii on theproinlHes
W. A. RAMSAY. l'reident.
Kecretary aud Treasurer. 1
R0J3EBT D. KNIGHT,
Thcw Machines are warranted to
iHhtk k wanhlng rtwdy for tho Hue.
wilWut UkJf im of tub or board t do
hh hvi iiHt kH4M in thv aud from
atw wmI wank auy-
hrtei er. TlHUM
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physician ANtr tim,
VlllA, 1. At
Strict attention to"B4HUftcntnittf'
I f u . .
10 ray care. , i-i
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VINITA, I. T.I J-l
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rs.tl. v.r,iM,.llv tlnuUl
ii full t. Hpeclal attenlion';
. Hurgery and (IIswik C
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Will Prnttio j1ofWiA"jK'C( Kh
Cotfrls"of tho'MiiWc- M
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Attorney awl CtrtefUiif AijMtl
FORT GlWsd, ifr.
rn'rticulwal WrtW- tfdttHitm.
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Special Attention Given t Tfre'-
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