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N i lcra every hcoik Sabbath at the
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! quth bound
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bt. routs sax ynAsc:sro.
f asM'iijrer, east 2.0."i p. m.
PatiM'iiRor, went. 12:A p. in.
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Freight, MtM. 0.00 p.m.
PaitacnRiT and freight, ar...M:lf p. m.
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Office open from 7 o'clock a. m. to
7 D. m. On Sunday from 8 to II a. in.
nml from 1 to 2 i. in. The mail froio-
the north and south, by tlio Mo. Pa
cific railway, arrive daily and l open
ed by? a.m. and clui.cd by"p in. From
tlioeiist byHt. Louis & San Franclnio
ralU ay, :vrrive daily at 12.35 p. in. and
close tit!! p.m. From tho west, by
the htuno railway, Rix time a week, tit
7:4ia. ui. iindcloert at 2 p. in. Tho
mail from Vlnitii, I. T., to Pinoville,
Mo.", la JVlioJ Ciirey' Ferry, South
wint City, tVc. leaven 8 a. in., Tuewluy
nml Fri.lu) uiid'rriu,'at ti'ii. in.Mon
d.ij mid ThnrSiliiV. ThiJiuull from VI
, Jiitu to IlttxterSplliigR, Kan., via Pooler
-.Kuiim and Whiting, lumen Friday nt(l
' u. in. nml iirrlvi'H Saturday by Op. m.
Money ordern on any money older
otlicq.in thi) I'lilted Stntcn for any niim
nut eceeding olio liltmlred do)liirn,can
lie obtained at tho Vinlta poat-ollicc
from 8 a. m. and l p. in.
., PoKtul note paynblo to tho bearer,
fur ntiy Bum, frn,n one cent and lcnn
tlia livo dollam, van alHo'bo obtained
mi any money order olllcc.
V't. P. Itohn, PoHtmastcr.
Misii Muiie ItusH, AhHlntaut.
hnbscrlbo for tho CntcrTAiy.
J,.ay in your supply of winter fuel.
-r t -""
JIuno yougot your Jio.iting stove up?
Jno. Hunt, of Fliiitls in town this
.Week. ,',' . , ,
' Now in tho timo to renew your sub
Bcription. ' '
Send the'OiiiRrrAiM to your friends in
W. K.'nalsell attended tho fair at
W. W. Miller holds tho fort at Llttlo's
in tho iibwenco of tho boss.
Jno. F. Goodykoontz, ot Grand. , wns
in town Sundny.
" Mm. Davis, of Neosllo, In (siting hor
jii'h o, Mrs. A. F, Chamberlain.
Mrs. Green ban fct or buggy liorno at
''" list, and in liuppy.
A. P. Goodykoontz has recovered
from his recent attack of "shakes."
aiii Jtiilciihonr returned last Te
day from t weeks visit to St. Louis.,
"VDr." Jack Jones,"'of "ClaVcmoro, is
perambulating thostreots of Vinlta.
Arch McCoy has purchased tho sa
loon of Guorgo JJnierson.
Vnilt.iiu badly in need of soma moro
4lw oiling houses, to rent.
(i. W.FarsoiiB has a neat and uttrac-
tl.vo sign In front of his picture gallery.
ham McSpaddcu and Rthol Stretch
saw tho elephant nt Da-tor Springs,
.Itjuoph Hunt and family havo return
ed homo after three week a rustication
cm the raucli.
Our young friend, Josso Murphy, re
presenting M. J. Murphy & Co., of St.
Louli, was in town this week.
M. Miller returned Wednesday from
n viijlt to St. Louts and homo, In his us
. a.il health and exuberant Bplrits.
Mr. II. Uausnmn died very suddenly
Weducsday evening' Jlowillbo sadly
, nllsnod by )ils largo faorib'.
1 i ' '
'' James Iteatty. esq., has resigned his
loslt(oii at Green'tf for tho" pu'rposo of
attending Worcester Academy.
All thoso Indebted to S. S. Htuejiuket
forluy, call and settlo with U. W.
n en, Immediately.
Jno R Skinnor and wlfa and Mr and
Mini CJentry, or Swlalln, nro gncstn of
Nat Kklniur, qgq., )ng tek
Fanners do jour tradlngat Vinita.
whero you can get mora goods for le
money than at any other place in tho
lliese eool mornings and evenings
aro beginning to remind pcoplo that it
will soon bo tlmo to hunt up their oer-coatn.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Orecn returned
from Springued Wednesday Inst, where
they had been attending tho wedding
of Mr. G'b flstcr, MlnnMattU.
lio colored pcoplo held a camp meet
ing Friday, Saturday and Sunday last,
near tho Island ford, on Grand river.
Tho attendance was large and orderly.
Wo received a pleasant call yester?
day from our young mid liandsomo
friend Sam llcan. lie could not do with,
out the Chieftain, no Hloposltcd f 1.60.
Wo,ollclt adve-tlscinents, subscrip
tions and contributions to our columns
from our largo circle of friends and ...
JinnlnUneus throughout the Territory.
'fhoCniKKTAitolllcowlll bo removed
thelatter part of tho week, Into tho
biillding opposite U. Fields store, where
we will lie glad to nee all of our friends.
Mrs. Clms, Itoblnson left Saturday
night, on tin Mo. Pacific railroad, for
an extended islt with relative in
Marshall, Mo. Charley has our sym.
Mr.C. It. Walto.-n and L. W. Marloy
ofOswego, Kans., shipped a car load o(
ftockhogn, which wero purcliased In
nnd around Vinlta, to Oswego, the
first of tho week.
' 'Dr. 8. J. Thompson, tho, handsome.
mayor, and Messrsr-A. O.Jtayjnond and
'm. Little, solid merchants of Vinlta,
left Sunday last for St. Louis, iu the
Maj. Morris, who resided a few miles
east of Fort Gibson, was' In town this
week ami reports corn and cotton as
excellent in that fertile region ot tho
Tho Linux CniKFTAiKlstho only pa
per in the Indian Territory so situated
lis to lie both thoroughly free In the ex
pression of its viows and thoroughly
loyal to its great Interests
As showing the building which is
now going ou In Vinita, wo havo been
informed that thoro aro no less than
twenty-five mechanics horo who find
Tho serious illness of Iter. J. W.
(Scroggn and tho Uurry incident to tho
cliango of tho management of the pa
per, will nccotiut to our renders for do
llclcuccn in tho present issue.
Hcrbvrt Llvincnton, the traveling agt
or tho mammoth seed house of Hi rum
SUifcy & Co., Chicago, 111., in now on
Ills annual tour through tho Territory.
The Scotchman Is always wo'lcome.
Col. J. K. Thomos, mjlneer-ln-chlef
of tho St Louis A Stin Francisco rail
way, passed through Vinita Sunday
last on his return to Tulsa, from u short
visit to liin family in Kansas City.
Capt. Nelms rfcturned from St. Louis
last Saturday. Mo ban been purchas
ing n stock of goods, which ho pro
pones to sell choap to thu people of the
Capt. Jno. Skinner, accompanied by
bin Uijago braves. priwited thrmi;hliu
city last Suuday on' their V'turu"from
tho SiJalia fair, where they had been
thu chief iittruction.
Tho annual session of tho Indian
Mission Conferenco of the M. L church
south wilt bo held at Webber's Fulls,
0. N., commenting tho 20lh Inst,
lllshop Pierce is expected to preside.
Wo learn from J II Aiken, esq, that
no session of tho Circuit court was held
Monday last, in'coiiHequcuce of the ab
sence of Judge Clark, who was detain
ed at home on account of sickness
Arch McCoy, clerk-elect of Coowees
coow eo District, was In town during tho
early partof the week. Wo havuknown
him from his boyhood nud confidently
expect that ho will mako a luithful and
Kx-Judgo Charles Jtoi;ers, of Coo
weescooweo District, stopjied oer a
few hours in town, Ttietdtiy last, ou his
way toNconho, Mo Wewt'ro sorry to
learn that his health has not been good
Haiuitton IJalesiitiae haj-mmlo an ad
dition of twentfet,to" Wnstoro and
pai;itedlt. His stock of groceries nud
domestic produce is completo and U at
traciing tho enstom duo to his enter
prise and close attention to business.
Kev. Meat's Itldgo, of Delaware DIst.,
one of our oldest a nd ablest preachers of
tho llaptist denomination, was In town
last Monday. He reports the crops as
excellent and health of tho people gen
erally good ou tho cast side of Grand
MIka Kate Tluihcrlake, one of tho
most cstlmablo and promising' daugh
ters of tho Cherokee Nation, left her
homo atthir placo last Monday for
Northficld. Mass., where slo will com
liletpjierjCottrsof studios", whl,ch was
interrupted" a fewmoiiths since by the
death of her father. Good wishes ac
company her from all her acquain
tances i - '
G. P. Parks and lady, a, 8(stor of Mr
Kdmonson, tho popular ogent of tho
Frisco lino, left foi their former home
at Bedford, Ind., this week. Mr. 1.
has beon acting as agent for the Adams
Express company, at this place, for tho
past eight months. WhlW here, Mr.
and Mrs. Parks made many warm
friends, who will regret theirdeparturo.
D. W. LIpo, truaanrcr of tho Chero
kee Nation, passed through tho city
Monday lut, en route to St. Louis to
receivo tlio irioney appropriated at tho
last session orCongrcss for tho Chero
kee. The census rolls of thoso entitled
to partlcipato in tho fund citltcns of
Cherokee b!oodarb so nearly coraplet
ed as to authorizo tho enuouncmeut
that (ho puymont will begin at Tahlo
quah ou tho 20th lust.
iJohnny Damerou is acknowledged to
be the "champion light weight" null
driver of Vinlta. If you doubt it, juat
go up and watch him as ho hops around
all over the Presbyterian church, from
the foundation to tho top ot the spire.
He may bo seen from morning till night
pecking on tlio uul heads wherever ha
can get his work In, singing a,s,ha
sends tho nails uono "She gone,
Tho cso of Alonzo fallen, charged
with illsturliliK a public school, wnn
continued beforo the District court un
til tho first day of October
Dr. Hill, of Kansas City, made ono
of his flying visits to Muskogee and Ft.
Gibson, last week, to look after the
Presbyterian schools which aro being
started nl (hone places. On his roturn
lie stopped oi cr night to see Mr. Ha
worth nnd his now church In Vinlta.
He was much pleased with tho pro
gress of the, building and pronounced
It a success b61h as to appcarauco and
Judge Goo. W. CUrk has so far re
covered froirt his recent Illness as to
be In Vinlta on the 12th Inst. Wo ro
gri't to lonrti from him that death de
prived him of a member of his family,
in tho person of his son Joseph, a bright
and promising boy of about four years
of age, Snlurday oioniiig last. Wo ex
tend our Mnccru sympathy to the Judge
and Mrs. Clark in their sad afllietlon.
The Kxcelslor Minstrel troupe, Jolly
Joo Doniphan manager, hao pitched
their "pavilion" in town, westofltlch
anl Field's store house, and will givo
their first entertainment Saturday tho
1Mb nnd continue during tho fair. Go
and hear them for
"A little fun now and then
Is relished by the best of mon."
Wc regret to record the death of Mrs
Susan Harrison, Wednesday evening
last, at tho Cherokee Orphan Asylum
Mrs Harrison wan tho mother of our
townsman, Mr Jan Itengo and of Osl
Ilcnge, shorilT-elect of Saline. DIst, and
was a former resident 'nf Vinita, but
has been for somu time punt employed
at tho Asylum
Miss Hunter, of Otfwegp, KnnB.,
is visiting friends in tho clly.
i ' I,,
Little Tommy Edmonson ban
been quito Hick with chills tind fever
C. W. Milliken, of tho Frisco
look fi run up to Oswego this week,
to see friends. '
L. B. lluflington will run a hrick
from tho city to the fair grounds,
Genial Benny Adair, of Fort Gib
son, arrived Tuesday and remain
ed until Wednesday.
Dr. A. Chcnowcth, of Pine
villo, Mo., was shot nnd killed on
the 12th iust. Particulars not giv
en. Although still confined to his
bed, itaflords us great pleasure to
state tnut Hcv J W Scroggs is con
valebcing Correspondents will please benr
in mind that all communications
must be accompanied by the name
of tho writer.
Mr Higgins, Adams Express
messenger, who has been running
into Vinita for some time past,
made his last trip this week, which
wo are sorry to learn
Claudo Shclton, son of Mrs. Ann
Sliclton, and brother-in-law of our
genial and popular mayor and den
tist, Dr. Sam. J. Thompson, is vis
iting friends and relatives herea
bouts. He will remain a.wcck and
take in tho Fair.
Miss Mamie Ross received the
compliment of a birthday party,
Thursday evening of hiBt week,
from Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Chamber
Hit. Refreshments of (teaches, ico
cier.m and c.iku beautilul to the eye
nnd delicious to the tusto were pro
fusely served, and in connection
with tho easy and graceful hosni
tality of the h"st and hostess, who
eo recently embarked upon thu
journey of life together, made the
occasion very pleasant and ono
that will bo remembered by the
young ladies and gentlemen who
Rev. J. O. Shanks, of the M. E.
church, who has been stationed
hero during the year preached bis
farowell sermon lust Sunday. He,
has left already for tlio purposes of
attending tho hession of thu Indian
Mission confe.'eneo at Webber's
Falls. During his residence hero
the character of a gentleman and a
minister has been fully sustained
by Mr. Shanks, and he carries with
him tho esteem of his congrega
lion and tho respect of the com
munity at largo.
Tho Vinita PiiDlic School, taught
by Rev. L. Dobson, principal, and
Mrs. S. R. Stephens, assistant,
both successful tcuchcrs of long ex
perience, has 95 pupils already en
rolled lor tlio term and more ex
pected. If the school were not a
public school where children get
books nnd tuition free, tho town
and its patrons especially, would
feel interest enough in sustaining
it to build a suitable house for its
accommodation. But as nothing
elso costs anything it legitimately
follows that tho house should bo
on tho samo footing-, whatovor may
tin its conditions ami surroundings.
Raymond leads in all kinds of
Go.to John'Martin feCo. for your
harness and saddles.
Save 20 per cent, by getting tin
waro at Raymond's, . ,
Henry EiffortpaysTaBhJfor eggs.'
All thoso having eggs for sal? cal
For gropcricsteascoffees, etc.,
go to W. C. Patton & Co's.
Patentcarpct sweepers -at Ray
Groceries vcrychoap 'at Robt.
Do you want tho very highest
price for your eggs, if so, tako them
to Henry EifTert.
Tho best inatress made at Ray
mond's. Henry Etflort will pay you fif
teen cents por dozen, cash, for eggs.
Windows' and doors at Raymond's,
Buy a krout cutter of Lrwls.
Corn nnd ont at Balcniincs,
Go to F. II. Cubs' for lumber?
Tnko your gamo to A. F Clinmi
A few more Khhidge 8ew8iiKnlmll yi'arling, yc ii - unmnrVtd,
machines at Green's.
New goods received dally at
W. C. Patton & Co's. ' '
For bargains in groceries go to
C. C. Ironsides.
Finest line of drcsB goods in
tho city ut W. C. Patton it Co's.
C. C. Ironsides keeps tho cloan
est stock of grocerios 5n tho city
.lust arrived! A lino lot of can
vassed limns nt Balcutincs.
Tho place to buy a good watch
is at M. Frazco's.
Call and sec Cass when in town
Ho will.lrfat you well.
Lewis store is crowded with
For the best cigar in tho inar
kct go to A, F. Chamberlain's, i
For cheap goods go to Robt.
Select stock of boots'ond shoes
Finn dtnek nf funni- nnd fnmilv
groceries at Littles, j "" T
Stoves, stoves, stoves at Robt?
First-class brass band with Ex
Car load of rye just, received
at Little's. '
Nobby rigs at tho Vinita livery
stable, L. V. Buflingtoil proprietor
First entertainment of tho Ex
celsior Minstrels Saturday night. t
A good clock for two dollars nt
Patton's drug doro.
Completo lino of groceries at
C. C. Ironsides.
Cass' new goods will bo. here
for fair week.
Get your stationery at A. F.
Lewis has tho boss clothing.
Whole suits from 83.50 to $24.00
If you want correct timo bny a"
clock at Balentiucs.
A good ten-cent cigar lor five
cents at Patton's drug storo.
LadicB and gents solid gold
rings at red front drug stcrc. " L
Go to Robt. Ironsides for goo
goons at low prices . "SUI black si'' d ye loibc'ftr,
Stock comnletcl Evcrvthinc" mark or bm rtf t"i N. B. I'Ortc's
new at WGNclm'a.
Go hear the Excelsior Min
Limo! lime! ! ..limp! ! ! by' the
barrel, pound or bushel at Patton's
Stoves, stoves stoves, at Robt
IlUllOllltD. . , i . ,
Six " gear ptaturesfbr 'fifty
cents ut tho paviHoir-terit: - "
A splendid line of clothing and.
gents lurnibiung goods at W. .C
Patton & Co's.
Moro room, moro goods, and
lower prices than ever at Bullen
Go to Frazeo & Co's. for your
iiiuuiwuu, nuuiuijuui 411011 uiijjn
kept in stock.
Most completo stock of general
merchandise in.tho Chcrokco Na
tion at Lewis.
The largest and best selected
stock of cigars in tho city at "red
front" drug storo.
Just received! A large and com
plete stock of goncral merchandise
atW. G. Nelm's. Givehiiuacul'.
Tho best and largest assorts
ment of drugs in tho Territory .it
V. C. Patton's drug store.
Parties visiting tho fair will
find bargains in jowclry at M. Fra
zee's drug storo. T.
Lewis now has a first-clis
U..UI .m nuuiigsi I"--;".
Forroccrics, dry goods, htsaT,
. . . ' . ... Vl
caps, ooots and snoos go to w . u;
Uo to rrank Jlpward's n,
gaod anu c iwp,
jck" has nothing KiFdo
o( gopds at Robt. Jrou-
Lewis has tho ipost con pleto
stock of general hardwaro la be
f....J ! .1... n XT -rril... rt W
juyuu in mo j, ii., viti iuu rf"
'Root. Ironsides lias ono 1,1,1
neatest and most attractive ii
In Vlniln. Pull nml Hnn him
....-. .... ..-, w .......
r-M. Fraico is receiving big
stock of drugs, notions and tojlct
articles Don't forgot tho place,
red frbnt drug store.
Lookiit Lewis boots anc shoes
beforo buying olsewhero, Ifo. T!
boots from 83.00 to 85.00. Erory'
pair lYurnimcu. . I ,;
Gruen trot soma of the fittest
clothing ever brought to the Ti
tory, this week. If you do't be
lieve it ask Billy to show yco th.osf
W. C. Chamberlain vflll sell
you from ono to eighty rvbetlW
horses and ponies, cheap
orexchantto twwte far.
-Chamberlain hatfefino line 6f "SItCa tllng's on Caney.
. guns, pistols and pmniunl- 1 VJ9':J,l0d -Ul. " 0 ,c!' B? V
, which boMpgjfJ. " ,' t
dogs or eect4drlidVTi
1 bliu ratt sided whlfi 1 -k -1 1
i.iii... .. i.....i ... .t v
ysr nm piisii " ui'ni umi urn
hm allow o'k and utulorh I in tho
left bar, Turning at I ill McCIellan's
1 red ball face steer, (1 ycrs old.
blotch brand, loot s liko S C, at
1 red V 'c1 lino back cow aid
cow niarneu HwaitoTiiorK ami over
bit in the left car. nud undeibit in
the right ear, coir branded on tho
side li, nt Henry lihamlicfrf.
1 red roan .1 ycir old htccr, run
ning at Naggs' place on Vhdigrii.
1 nd unmarked bull yearling,
white lnil, running at Frank John
1 blue buffalo colored tow, no'
marks or brands, at Josh Alhcrly's
pIsTce on Pryors creek.
1 whito 2 year old cow. with
.black spots on tho neck and head.
no mark or brand, at Win. Towers'
place on Pryors creek.
1 roan bull. ! years old. no Vnd
marked crop in ono car, iMjdjUt
in tlie btlicr ear, running on Wolf
-, f btindle niottlev face 3 year oh!
steer; marked cop una niitno-int
l.reij brlndlo. 2 year old f.teer.
branded on tho lrf sido N, and
pp'dq sido K, nt Rollins Adair's
place on Pryon ruck.'
Ijmio re'd and whito spec' n 4
vilnfibld ale'dr. mat Ved'eiboolT tlio
right -oar, crop and split in tho lelt
ear; no brand, at tho Schrii.islif r
pla.Co tih'Uiibm creek.
rita and while BiiotUd enwr
or .' years olrij marked croo mid
MnjiVlfoU Hi tho right i , end swal-
ipwiorK piui un'ieiou in mo ofiier,
'.rdriiltd on the left hip With a
hcat. at tho Widow Payne's place
1 roan 3 voir old steer, marked
cu Mid split in tlio nV.it car,
pvesope and split nndvmicrbitin
tbrJ.Ieft cur, Ulotcli b find, at U. A:
Noiinon'H on Giftnd River.
VirdtowpMi talf. (ov?. v-iu
olfJtr') moik or b..i.n, oi Zcsio
i'R-V. B. ,
1 lr.wncowandcalf, cow nnrk
eJ c uo ainl nnlit in one pm. nnd
CvOji o'l the Pthor, brnmltJ t run-
nngon Won .reck.
1 'dn k h"iiJlo H', 7 yrniH oU,
T "a1 ted o ihc hip IJ A II, and on
Ib-aiUtilioiH I , tlio po it of ono
bQ it to-cd oT, at PuLj.1 Tenet's
p'f "c on Ct y.
, 1 while 6tecr, 5 ycis eld, at
Ku'Jcfi fy ncr'a place on Cancy,
I b'k s 'ltd mo'iy co, lyvx
o'drv'ikisJ xrfollo.. o k p ut uu
t'e 1j ia on-.' cat, r u t "crj i in
t'.o( o -', ' .n.'-d '). t'to Uft
s'.'oji'lff 76, at N. B. R.c'a.
"red speck1" '' !J r t o (' necr,
marked croo officii c.i, nobran J,
' riwhitsyci Hifjhei'e with red
speJcs -oatho nfk, nn-ktil cop
flu.half)Cr09 i tlio j : , car, o op
and hajf cioo ', the lcf. .inni.ig
at" Sam Bro.v.i'.i o.i Llin.iig
kti aifdwltltfft'rV-d erf. -cow'
1 1 yojt a yi mafked cos c:f the
xifi c.t, r Op rid hn'f c op in tSo
left ca,. nf. J. Tan -,;.'..
jJt.bi'c.i03icoAr1 8 or Oyer J oh1,
raa"' e' o:op in lhoiIj,1't ,i i-
dor it rui' half (ion in i 8'(cr
tbr7 dctl S on tlio lc. liiu, n d
ten bri'tid on to I ; lup, tt
nfjio Rosn' on G.nnd P.'nt:'.
1 ted bided 1 ne brck 2 ytr old
ntjei, V9 ma,k o. brand, at Hen.y
led f,.ucu and while bnck cow
and ca'f, coy maiked sinilo otk
nnd vt'derbit in the left en., and
tfridcr'u't in the.riht, no b.and, at
il red rid white iperkled 2 ve?r
ojd, hull, no maik oc b:a.ul, at
4 ronn pided cow ird ca'f, cow fi
vcars o'd, no nia.k o: u a.id. r.t
Zeko Taylo. 's placo o.i Dog e.ieV.
"'12 v.- old h-jftr. ma.' ed il't
jh car, If and not kuu.v.i, at
lull brown wh' fiocc''lc(' cow,
branded iinlhu f.i;'o I Ui 0 THE 0
iid on the hip wl.'i Li do'i eciod,
at Jim Rider's on B.ii-hy c tck.
s?r-.M t'.l.,l i t,..t..,i ..... is ...
nma.k o. b and, at Ji.a l.k!e;N.
j , of rca Bttd. W'il tor
-j , iV6Xp him, 4ye ol
lartlci on'iho hip 55, r. J; i
'Vol n't. fin T . n u I . rui'
w in tomo
'.Yaun's on P.yo s t.cei;
fV - iiors.
1 black ba sow 2 ycf s o'd,
2t-Yir "a ' j , VI
hbrkeu troo n-d i"c i it abd
if ,r1jU ln ,,, . . d , .
ttt A. V. FlirUjJ qn Vjj.Is.
lfht-Jc onr, aboi't i yoai old,
nor.ik, mnningOii ChpM hiver
at 8. II. Maycd' plr con the Lot-
at 8. H. Maycd' plr cin the Lot-
fjni. o. H. Mavm,
' SHOULD BDB80BIDK yp
THE KANSAS CITY
f Kick Uin eonUtni a ipcUlly JUd
' Fsrm I)prtioenl, Tbs Fml Circlt,
T.llar Unr Mrl.l Hlarl.t. sd llluitr-
Honi of eurrsnt STtntt, b.lit the Utst
ad bt noras MIcllBr...l'rie fl.Ma
y.r. FontmMlf n ara suthorUed to r
ctU luUcrlj)llon. Ssnd, for premium
" THU DAILY TIMEa
I lbl pMnoerstls pPrf w4 f M.
Unit hHiUu tkAlLWr J-'A
mono car. and cop and a Mint in
tlio p'lhorT brrrirtei' ol the left hip
C, ii! A--Mi P.IticrVplaeoOii Pryors
crlcdK' : '
cftfd bdw,,rarK too u .ic. auoiin
lKiy wnKn8 ut RnymoiKt .
Wanted Immediately, 5,000 doz.
eggs, nt Henry Eiirort's.
For clocks and mirrors, go to
Tako your eggs to Honry Eiffcrtl
Raymond it Co. haB now tho larg
csttockof furnUuro ever kept in
the Chcrokco Nation. ,
If you want to got tho best over
all made call on Green. .
Clothing and gentv'tJrniHhing
goods in great varieties t W. C,
Patton A Co's.
Go to Martin &. Nichols saddle
and harness shop. Throa boss
workmen, and one smiling faco to
sell you goods, Vinita, I, T.
Another car load of that Pierco
City roller mill Hour at Green's.
It is tho best (lour made in Mo.
Try a sack of it.
W, Lrf.Trott has secured tho
t-ervices "of a first-class minstrel
troijpo, Which will' ente tiiitiathc
pcoplo of Vinita during tho fajrat
When you want to tako'atlrafo
over tho beautiful prairicR, get 'ono
of I.. W. Bufiiugton's fino bngglei"
and fast teams.
Mrs. AMnnnd Mrs, Frccmnn,
over tho itoro of MV. Fields have a
choice, stock of millinery goods and
dress good which they are selling
d"ay- " .
Mothors, who wish as alll mo
thers do, that their children should
be handsomely drowsed should pa
ttonizu Mrs. Akin k Mrs. Freeman
Lumbor for Sale.
A larco loLof native nino lumber
on tho railroad at Chotcau. For
prices Arc call on or address,
Choteau, I. T.
Notice to the Public.
rtiavo completed arrangements
bv which I can no'v sninilv the de
mand for all lumbc- needed wostof
Grind river. I hove bought tho
cut of Dial's mills, hituatod "on
Sn ine creek. C. N.. and tako this
method of notifying panics wish
ing liMibcr ftom that mill, for uso.
westofGinnd river, that they can
only procure it through mo. You
will olwys, until lurtltcr notice,
find a complete spply at my mills
mouth of Pryor's creek, if. N.
Postoffice, Chotcau, I. T.
S lout, Mo.
Tho Only Wholesale. Tardt in St.
Louii Accsuibla by Ksll
1. r.ery railroad entering 8t. Louis
is di'tcllv tributary to tbeso yaroi.
2. Texas shippers ate informc.l that
connection ith tbeso yards from tlio
Iron Ioun Isin'A Southern railroad can
to t.rtio wIhoilt. cost and with ..ncr.
Iisn i"hrinkato thah-to any oilin..
3. These vards havo the pccul'n- rd
vaiiiagis of liolni? located on tho 81.
Louis side of the rive", from which
the hi.i'drod thousand pcoplo draw
their proi Islon supply.
t. Kvcry pocking house In St. Lor is
nni a icnuinr nuyer sifMionen nere.
IliiyorB of cattle, hoes and sheen, both
for the home market and er.sturn s'llp
tnf n. etc at all tim8 rcp-esoitcl.
fi. For comfort and conven'.ence I jcso
yardi huu uo superior In the cou.uvy.
Two lines of street cars approach here.
Hotel. teliLruuh olllccs and other con-
venlencts for stockmen oa ibepremisci
W. A. RAMSAY, President.
(secretary and Treasurer. 1
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fit a a
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a a Tla
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a i-ij&sjiss$jXLi:jL Jr.t
Vlnl, I. T.
Daily Btago lane
iuikegftt, I.T.,tt Ft.SmitMrlr
FJUHTY-FflOn MIIXS 15 TTTEM1
FOUR HOURS I
jew'toacne and gooI slock. Dis
tance, clghtr n.llss; schedule tlmo,
twrnty-fopr hours. Makes closo con
nection at Muskogee with trains on tho
Missouri I'sclflc railroad, and at Fort
Bmitlt with tho Little Hock A Fort
Smith and tho Frisco lines.
M. F. KKNNKDY,
1-2 , Superintendent.
TAHLKQUAH, I, T.
JOHN W. STAPLER L SON,
Tbevhavna full stock of dry
goods of j-11 kinds, boot, shot,
hsu, cipt, aueuswrr, hard
wjif, groceiisi wskous, Ac.
HyoitwAiU fsH-iqtiire dealing and
thi full woitliofyo.tr money Sn qual
ity as well s qt aiii'ty of goods go to
the old, reliable firm of John W, Sta
pler A Sou. 18-3ni
Oliver E. .indes,
M'ni'f rtw.eroff jd Iltalerln
IIAKN.S 8'AUDLES, COLLARS,
EMDLF.B, WUir., CQMH8.
DUUSIlliS Etc., Etc.
Repr 'r jt ncn ely dode. All wo-k
wnn Ked. bi. Louis.priei h dupli
catvd. Oi deis from n limiwice
filled on kiio.t noiice.
1 K. AS SAnDLIS A BfVCIALTY.
Gio ui a crllbiforoyou
buy cScifhe e.
J. T. Roberts, of Dallas, Tox.,ln charge.
M"loo. - Ind. Tor.
C. M. Keys & Co.
O.Tico Koi. and 10 Exchans Bo'lrHnff,
ST. CLAIR COUNTY, ILLS.
And everything; uiuplly kept ln
a well rMo.'ttil store. I tell low
m the lowMt for oMk. Call and
tee me and price y goofa.
St i ( fur milii east if Ch
leau, msu'h tf Tiyir's CiMk.
Bet-t telfcted Plcck of Central
Merchandise in the Chsrokee Na
tion. Goods sold for cftsh or Iti cquiv
Goods out of teaon sold at cost.
No troublo to show good.
New goods eve'y week.
IF YOU DOUBT COME AND SEE
Good ferry always running ca Grand
Itiver during high wnte-. Custoaaws
Willtaker'ockofany kind, Wool
Hides, Furo, Pecm-J, Ejji ic,
at highest market price in ex
change for goods.
Gix true a call and convince your
ThL OBlce, Choteau, 1. T.
G. H. LEWIS
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VINITA, I. T.
PHYSICIAN AND SUMSEON,
VIKITA, I. T.
Strict attention to all case entrust
i tomyor. j-i
V1MITA. i - IRD.TKR.
L'alts promptly tl)n
niiht. Hpecial attei
Hnfclal attentfW BtTeH to
Surgery and diseases of women
VINITA, I. T.,
Will Practlo Beforo Any of the
Courts of thoKatlcn. 1-1
Atteriuy 4 Clrcif Agtnt
FORT.OIB80N, 1. T.
Particular attention glvea to claims.
0. 3UC 113031,10.
.Attorney at X-lav,
CARRY'S FKRUV, I. T
T uitsli tn Snfni-m ibn nllblif. tbnt
I am now rropaKd to make fi
ALL KINDS OF PICTURES.
At Reasonable Rates.
PICTURES TAKEN ON
As well as hcn the Sun Shines.
Kuiig'ng andCopyinsold pictures
iW Opposite Viniva Hotel.
(I 4 Vinlta, Ind. Tf .
Boi;t. J. M'KIM, Proprietor.
Mricjjee, - I.,Tr.
Grtolly Enlaiged, Elegant Table,
J. M. Perryman,
S. C. WOODSON, Jr., Proprietor.
Tho only Brick Hotel in the
City. Headquarters for cattlemen.
S. T. HERMAN,
Dealer I n FnnriUt. Caiae, Or
gans, andSewlax Macalawi.
HeVt"P constsntly oa hand a. full
slock of everything la his llasi of hr.?l
ne. Order by teltprayhopromjitly
filled by day or sight. I-SO-Iyp
Xy QMQ-MV W.
. u r. t.
IkflpBB Tahmm, Cigara, aU,
Caadies and all kind of aiak-narica.
Para AhbU Oli'a.- alwava oa Iiand.
Call and aee.me whea you coim t
1-7 O. W. Emerson,
Furs and Paiaat, -
javBays for eak oaly, aawl yaya tint
BiguMt prie. 0
Tke Lira Meek lUtUi at tt Iia
TMK ST. MUM NATMKAI.
Loaatad at Bat kH. Zskt, ill.
Dlrectlv epjvftslW tWalty ef St. Louis,
Buyers for all doaariatl i at Mya atoek
alwaya it) att44iHf, tmd wttkln tba
groiMMa oi taa awaa: -fa wn pew
eanaSaaeeiaBWiy. ,wia a eaMaitjr ftw
aa4ark miakliiK aaaaMlafcataaite wiia
raklty ar alaaglttafiac UJMW koga
ISAAC Ik KMOXv VaaaldMl .1
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