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ardware, Furniture, Tinware, Fanning- Implements, etc.,
j&t .A.. O- I:l.eb3ro2LOX3-c3i
061 T$ ews.
Chid Buhyhey'i3 expected Lome
3 a. -viait boate ia 01 una moQu.
. SL Siwua's advertisement in this
fesae tells you Trhere to bay good and
leap harness ad saddles.
fEev. G-- T. Thompson will preach.
iisg next, at tne acnooi-
tocse aear Mr. Edwards' on Pryor's
Hct I. B-,Hanrepd D, D-, of St.
Bnis.toB of the Traateea Worces-
Iter Aeatanr, a ia town a short time
CoL y. W-Btwmt arrived from. 2Tew
Iexico.Ta-riir. d 8 stopping,
rirn,Mr. Street, at her a8tker's, Mrs.
"W. I Ge Puy improved
Khf. uMuutt ef the stowroom 01
obertIrow(e,tartJ8 tosty and ar-
istic tooeh of Ak paint brash,- -
It ia stated that a. new and ccmmo-
ioos. 1iOTMin;r "- be. osafceiuately
lrth3teoislalbr tneir al
ly proapeie eckol at Muscogee,
Kill cccimr, e r& Knabr
IcHuiafreli Imk, Sdr evening,
. fMflBtng baa purchased a stock
lj M2UtecSpaiMeB. at Chelsea,
VjJlJSSiiah a trading station
tlWt t ajjjjfUg Tnr1 orCoody's
to their cottage
buildings for the
cala of Vinita
Cabin Creek, wtst of Yi-
nifcu Thtmkec pvins favorable,
a very pieaaaat ti may be safely an
ticipated by those who say be able to
ttndit. CbOdrca -frill saeet at Pres
bytedaa Ghwch at 8 o'etodc x. x.
3Cr. E. IT- JUtdiJe of Tehsacana,
Texas, vbM wife iea. tdative of Mrs.
BJythfe, h'bsW e Tris
eo Howe for a. Jew days. "It is stated
i..-uv v nuitMBulates becsBinz a
TOsidet mC fee XUo ia afcert "time.
. Bar. fiwtefdale, for many years pas
tor of a teabyteri charch at Santt
St. Mari, Hlcaiffin,stopped for a short
time iaVuiiU, Tuesday, oa his return
from a HM te Tatteqaab aaa vicinity.
SWsade'aiecat cU at this office
in company wit Bev-ixavu.nopson.
i.B 3ell, Bat-, a- aaember of the
riuniu TVUmHrm arrived from
WaahingtoB, Saturday a week ago, for
the purpose of atteadiag to important
Tk ir rus before tbeCaemtConrts in
rw1 uv aacooweescaowca3)istricts.
"He retarded. toaafeiaJresterday.
IT- TL HalseU reUuaW. irom ran
TTorth, Monday, adjrted sales-of
teuueia u.ut t-
' . . - n rA-- .? ri- ivvm-pcii-
rr . ni,-n the
- uJ .1 iUor. are holding, i
r irrrra mrT ...w.". -
'-with the vscpectatioR of realizing ad-
Lvances, even on figwres assea ior
stocfc Mr. U. thinks came nave occn
at their highest thfe year, and looks
"for decline ia prices soon.
Hardin H. Trott, the 330 pound giant
the red iroat drag store, asd bow the
jiew tea t iraaee 00-. t'UiU,r'
the heaviest drag firm a the "West, the
.rte weizht. avoirdupois, being
re baad ad eighty-five pounds.
The weighty geU will proceed to erect
new ana pemiar-.t isprovementsntf
add Ifgaly to their stock-
Club wloa-Aa we come to them
they are reeeved,boe with and passed
over with so wwe thaa a thought, if we
are ia the ejoyeat of health, but if
offeriag with piles; or aJda disease of
ay bad, they gify a hundred-fold.
M. Fraaee Co., the draggists, have Dr-Bosanke's-Hie
Besedy, which is an ab-
eeugh, Yiaim, Tuesday, as
witaeaees Hgoz '-- J- J"sul"
Jeff3toWafC,MHei'rith the raur
jt of a eattle-bayer xarocd Phipps,
near Tahleqaah, abeat twelve years
since. It w stated that Eobinooa sur
rendered himself r trial. Taylor Par
ns, charged with being present and
,idi Utiie seme o&nce, was tried
id aeqaitted aereral years ago.
' More raee-howea are bow reported
xigiatereifce the Jaae races' than have
-r before bee.oa the ground at one
timez and others will yet be brought
iere-S-oai difcent poiate. The track
;. tpot in. aclesdid coadinonuy-parues
a0r tralaiag, nd the new stalls for
he accommodatioa of horses that want
k noe ef the track are pronounced
teat wht M"Beeded. Lovers of the turf
concur in. the opinion that the races
here this year will draw a larger crowd
than was ever before seen atanyrace
coaree ia fee Territory-.
The assassination of Mac Scales, the
cotowdbers" of "Webber's Falls, re
rmrtedim theGberokee Advocate of the
JKh. iaeUat, a ferae known, seems toj
hae been n ost wanton ana cowaraiy
aflair. TBe names of two well-known
eitiseas have been mentioned in con
nection with it, but as It appears In
credible that they should perpetrate a
deed so atrecioue, we cannot give 'pub
licity to the rumor until corroborated
by reasonable evidence. The act is de
erviofeereMBgaad Impartial in
vestigation by the authorities or the
A hurrirf -visit to Tahlequah, last
week, impiegecd as with the fact that
quite a spirit ot improvement is pre
vailing there at present. Several new
boildiags, as heretofore mentioned by
onr correspondent, have been erected
within abort time, ana otners en -
i.rTod or iUDroved- The streets are
also reeeiviBg attention from the High
Sheriff asdhu state convicts, ana, as
faras worked upon, show a marked im
provement. Taking it all in all, we
have never seen the town in so good a
condition in its- material aspect as at
present, and were gratified to learn that
such is equally the case with its moral
nd social cSHatron". Maylt continue
to proiper and enjoy the quiet andcon-
Katlofc. and the center of its educa-
Don't forget the Congregational Son
dsy'school soncert Friday night.
JInscogee seems to bid fair to become
tLe center of important educational in-
sUtutions. One more- for its colorcu
people would make the number com
plete. Happening to be at Tablequab, Fit-
da; , the Editor acccptcu an inviuiuon
to attendee picnic party of the two
high schools, the Baptist school and
the primary school or Tahlequah. It
was held on a Lcnutifnl elevation oi
land, with the Illinois on one band and
a limpid branch from a spring on the
other. We have attended several par
ties of the kind, but never ono that
surpassed it. The day was clear and
bright, and every circumstance com
bined to render it delightlul and pleas
ant. The crowning of the -ilay Queen
by the young miss-M of the high school,
the graceful movements around the
May pole, the vocal and instrumental
music by the schools and the string
band or Tahlequah. the drill exercises
of the young gentlemen of the high
6cbool,the addresses of congratulation,
the bountiful repasts, spread beneath
the shady boughs of the trees, sur
rounded by tamily and neighborhood
groups, and the neat apparel, the hap
py faces and lithe movements of the
children and youth who composed a
very large proportion of theSOO persobs
present, will not be soon forgotten .by
those who were present. We cannot
attempt to give even a partial list of
those present, but caanoi reiraia im
naming a few. Messrs. Duncan and
Adair or the Board of Education ; Da
vis and Bates of the Seminary for
Males : Misses 'Wilson.Archer and Cobb
of the Female Seminary ; Messrs AV.tV.
Boss and T. M. Walker, superintend
ents; Kev. Sogers and others of the
Baptist University; Ecv.MiUerof the
Presbyterian Church at Tahlequah; D.
II. Boss, Editor of the Cherokee Advo
cate; S.H-Bengc of Ft. Gibson, and
many others took In the occasion them
selves, and aided others in so doing.
We repeat, that the occasion was a de-
llirhtfiil one. and we cannot do better
than wish that those who enjoyed it
may be permitted to enjoy many otners
Mr. James Cannon lectured, Satur
day evening, in the Methodist Church.
The attendance, we are informed, was
not so large as it snouia nave ucb-
The Editor was absent, but had tne
pleasure of meeting Mr. C. afterwards
at his office, and learnoda few items of
his checkered career. Mr.C. is the sole
male survivor of the massacre at the
Alamo of the Texans by the Mexicans,
!n 1835. He was then six years old. His
mother, a sister and his father were
kilted at the time, but be was captured
by the Comanchcs and held foryears.
He was afterwards captured by the
Mexicans, and in drawing lots for life
or death,at ;CeuccsHiver,Texas,uc drew
a white bean and was spared, while fif
teen of bis companions drew black
ones and were killed. He was subse
quently a prisoner amons the Indians
for several years more, ana spcaita a.
rnmbcr of Indian languages, although
' the deprivations of his childhood pre-
vented him irom learning mj rcui
... . . . 1 j
...... .. ii1..or.f
TTTlie ma mouiw wsuu .u,--..
a larger portion, if not all his life, on
the plains, with troops and Indians,
and around agencies and camp-fires,
and possesses much knowledge of the
Indians from Mexico to the lakes. It
was only recently that he learned of
surviving members of his tamilr, in
cluding a sister who at the time of the
massacre was with an aunt at Pott La-
"vacca,Texas, and thus escaped. Mr.C
has jast been to see that sister, airs.
Carroll, and that aunt, Mrs.Cannon,at
Bentonville, Ark. rhe meeting was a
surnrise to the sister, and the occasion
unc of most touching interest. Mr. C .
came here, he informed us, with the ex
pectation of meeting Commissioner
Price of the Indian Department, but,
failing to do so, will probably prpceed
to Austin, Texas, in the vicinity of
which place He lands granted by the
Bepublic of Texas as bounty -to the
survivors and descendants of those
who perished in the Alamo with David
Csockett, Travis and others.
Coanxciso. The proof of the pud
ding is not in chewing the strings, but
on. having an opportunity to test the
article direct. M. Fraice the Druggist,
has a Sne trial bottle of Dr. Bosanko's
Cough and Lung Syrup for each, and
every one who is afflicted with Goughs,
Colds, Asthma, Consumption or any
- The Baptist University.
Work has been begun on the building
for this institution near Muscogee. In
a very brief conversation with Prof.
Bacone.the principal or tbp Institution,
now located at Tali!eiuah, we learned
that excellent stone and clay for brick
have been found on the place, near tne
site of the proposed building. The
building will be 109 feet long and three
stories high with basement, and will
be ready for use in December- One
more term of the institution will be
taught at Tahlequah, when il will be
transferred tu Muscogee.
A Family ef Giants.
The similarity of dress, and
size of four passengers, Saturday even
ing, on the evening train of the Mo.
Pacific Railway, going north, attracted
the attention of passengers who came
aboard at aluscogee. During the tun
from Muscogee to this place we bad a
very pleasant conversation with one of
them, and learned that they were mem
bers or the Shields family of Hunt
county, Texas, whose names have been
heretofore mentioned in the papers of
the day. The family of seven sons, all ,
of whom are now living, are all over
seven feet in height. The father, J. T.
Shields, a native of Georgia, moved to
Alabama, where he married a wife,
and moved to Texas and settled on a
farm, where their eons were born, grew
m nnd now live. Mr. Shields r over
seven feet himself, while Mrs. Shields
was over six feet. Two of the brothers
arc twins. They bad no sister. Two
or them arc nearly V feet 10 inches in
1 height, wnile tne youngest, iu y ears ui
1 are. is over seven '-et. The average
i weight is between 25u and 2C0 pounds,
land all are well-proportioned ana tic
veloDcd men. Five of them are mar
ried to women of ordinary size, and set
tled on farms in Texas. The four broth
ers who were on the train were going
to Detroit, Cinciniati, Columbus and
Ilttsbqrg, to fill engagements of two
weeks each. One c more or them bad
spent two seasons with Barnum We
found our informant pleasant in inter
J course, and ell of them quite gentle-
j men in manners.
Charley Robinson paid Yinita, n.
flying visit last week, and received
ahcarty welcome from his friends.
The heavy rains a lew days ago
did considerable damage to fann
ers bv washinrr rolling land and
overflowing bottoms. We hear of
a number who have to replant.
The quarterly meeting held at
Tick Eater's, "a few miles from
Chelsea, on the 'Friseo road, Sat
urday and Sunday, was largely at
tended. Rev. 3lf. Shapara, re
siding Elder of this district, and
several other ministers were pres
ent and Rreached.
Miss Lr-ra Edmondson of Bed
ford, Indi t, is now in Vinita,
visiting her brother, A. H. Ed
mandson, agont of the 'Frisco R.E.
Miss Edmondson is on her way
homeward from a visit to a sister
residing in Van Bureu, Ark.
There is amnio authority for
statins that the erection of a board
ing house in connection with Wor
cester Academy will be immedi
ately commenced. Funds have
been secured for the purpose. The
new building will be substantial
and commodious, and an import
ant addition to our town and com
Agent Tuflls.it is statcd.has jnst
rcceiveu instructions irum mu jjc
nartment of the Interior to notify
all persons residing on the right of
way reserved lor tne raiiroau pur
poses at this place,to remove them
selves and buildings without delay,
and if they foil to do so to use the
Indian Police to accomplish it.
Snch persons should immediate
ly comply with the order.
Ridge Paschal, Esq., a Cherokee
by descent, and a prominent law
yer and Republican politician of
San Antonio, Texas, arrived in Vi
nita, Tuesday, in company with
Mis. Paschal, from St. Louis, and
has been stopping at the 'Frisco
Hotel. Mr. P. contemplates locat
ing in the Nation, where he will be
cordiallr welcomed by those who
know him, as his ability and ex-
Eerience in public life will make
im an important acquisition to the
The May term of the Circuit
Court for "Delaware District was
held last week at the now court
house in that district by Judge
Clark of the Northern Circuit. The
docket was ' unusually large, but
only one case of importance was
heard, that of Audrain vs. Smith,
to try tire right to a certain im
provement, and which was decided
in favor of defendant. An appeal
was taken to the Supreme Court by
plaintiff. Sheriff Jos. Muskrat is
complimented for the admirable
order maintained throughout the
term of the Court.
The May term of the Circuit
Court for Cooweescoowee District
was opened at the Court House,
SKJndav morning the 11th. G W.
Clark, Judge ; Arch McCoy,Clcrk;
JcsscCochian, Sheriff; J.M.Kcys.
Solicitor. The Grand Jury, con
sisting of Bryant Ward. Tom Hat
chctt, Joel Brvan, Jr., Webb Vann
and John Secondmc, was sworn
aaJ charged. The attorneys pres
ent were John Grass, L. B. Bell,
J. H, Akin, J. M. Bell, J.M-Bryan,
R. L. Owen and W.P.Ross. There
were fifteen cases on the civil dock
et, some of which were continued,
others dismissed, and the Court
was proceeding with olhers. The
criminal.docket was disposed of as
follows : Cases vs. Jack Jones anu
R, D. Knight nol. pros, by Solici
tor ; case against A. J. Norwood
Times are good, with fair pros
pects' of tetter in the near future.
There will be some, no doubt, who
will be interested in the prosperity
of our little town, and to those I
will say that our town will soon
have a'Sunday school. It will be
organized next Sabbath in the de
pot. There will also be a Echool
meeting held, before long, to take
steps toward the erection of a school
il. Armstrong sold his store to
Peter Couch last Saturday. .
The farmers all seem to be very
busv. from the wav thevarc brinj:-
ine in their plows "to the black
We need a eood drue store and a
good doctor here very much. A
real, genuine, sober one.
Parties in the mercantile busi
ness say that this is the best little
trading point they have ever seen.
May 12th. MorxTAiXEER.
Trouble Among the Cboctairs.
It is stated in a press dispatch
from Little Rock, Ark., to the Jft
souti EepublicaH that the Choctaw
militia has been called out and sta
tioned at different places in the
Choctaw Nation," in anticipation of
an ouibreak among a portion of the
full-blood Choctaws. Tho cause of
the trouble arises from their die-satisfaction-
with a law recently on
acted by their National Council,re
movinir all the criminals to a con
solidated judicial court for trial,
and remote from the scenes of their
crimes. The reason assignod for
this action is tho existence of a se
cret society among this class of In
dians, who are sworn to protect one
another, and that, in consequence,
the administration of justice is
difflcult, if not impracticable. We
have no other information on the
subject, but the. action of the Choc
lav Council striLes us as extraor
dinary, and we are not surprised
tu learn that it creates dissatisfac
tion and meets with stem opposi
tion. It violates the great princi
ple of common-sense and common
justice which guarantees to every
man accused of crime the right of
trial by a jury of his peers, and of
the vicinage and places his life and
person in jeonaray uciore arcmoio
jury selected from unsuspected
classes. Tli full-blood Choctaws
have been peculiarly noted for the
promptness and bravery with which
they meet, withcut compulsion or
restraint, the penalties imposed by
their laws, even to the extent of
laying down their lives. We are
not surprised, therefore, that they
resist tiia enforcement of the law,
if such as represented. White men
would do it, as
well as anv other
A Scjie Cms ron Ph.es. The first
symptom of piles is an intense itching
at night after getting warm. This un-
plrasant sensation is immediately re-
lievod by an application of Dr. Bosan
ko's Pile Remedy. Piles in all its forms
Itch, Salt Rheum and Bingwenn can
be permanently cured bv the use of
Ui is great remedy. Trice 50 cents.
Manufactured by the Dr.Bosanko Med
icine Co., Piqua; O. Sold by 31. Frarec
&. Co. 13yl
naving a large assortment of rem
nants and pieces of handsome brocaded
silks, satins and vclvctj-.we are putting
them up in assorted bundles and fur
nishing them for "Crazy Patchwork"
cusious, mats, tidies, dfcc- Pachao-cISo.
1 Is a handsome bundle of exquisite
silks, satins and brocaded velvets (all
different). Just the thing for the most
superb pattern of fancy work. Sent
postpaid for OCc in postal note or Iccnt
stamps. Package Xo. 2 Containing
three times as much as package Xo. 1,
sent postpaid on receipt of 1. These
are all of the very finest quality, and
cannot bo equaled at any other silk
works in the U. S. at three times onr
prices. They will please any lady. One.
order alwavs brings a dozen more. La
dies Mascal or Fascv Wobk, with 400
illustrations and lull instructions for
artistic fancy work, handsomely bound,
postpaid, 50 cents. Order now. Address
The BochestcrSIlk Co., Rochester, A.
Call and ecc that Indian bead
work at Balcntinc's.
The most exquisite perfumes in
the market at Frazee & Co's drug
store. Prices range from 5Gc. to2
Fancy lamps of the most artistic
designs, very cheap, at S. A. Blue
Stock complete and-priccs lower
than ever at G. W. Green's.
Bacon and lard- at
Thompson it Co. Are daily re
ceiving new groceries, and it keeps
them a-kicking to make room for
their new eoods, as their wareroom
is chuck full of flour, meal, com,
potatoes, millet, oats, aran, Jcc.
'PI.. ;11inr fnr fl VIrV Small
2.11KJ m; ot-iiw " " J ;
margin, it you aont ueiicve ii,
try thenvana be convinceu.
Buy goods of Cass, the cash mer
chant. $10 REWARD
Will be paid for proof that will
convict anv ncrs.m or persons mo
lesting orinjuring my pasture fence
on liig Laom crccK near v miia.
35wG A. J. Raymond..
Just received at Balcntinc's a fine
assortment of dolls, necklaces and
other fancy goods, which will be
sold at bottom figures.
Canned goods in great variety
and at lowest prices at R. Iron
side's. C. F. Luke of Sonoca, Mo., will
be in Vinita Thursday, May 22d,
with a full line of samplo boots
and shoes, prepared to take meas
ures and orders. Save your orders
if you want boots or shoes made
to "order in the best style, out of
Goods still changing hands rap
idlv at Green's and everybody get
Send in your orders if you can't
come in person to the Palace Store
of W. C. Patton & Co., where re
duced pricos rule the most exten
sive line of general merchandise
ever brought to the Indian Terri
tory . Go at once to see the stock.
AtCass' store.the cheapest house
on earth, is the place to buy any
thing you waut.
""Go to S.A.B!ucjacket's for hams,
bacon, syrups, lard, &c.
Slock holders in Cooweescoowee
District, whether citizens or other
wise, are hereby notified that the
Act in relation to stock passing
through and grazing in the Chero
kee Nation, and for other purposes,
approved Dec. Gth, 1SS4, went into
operation on tho 12th inst.. and
will be enforced. Persons who may
be affected by its provisions should
tako steps tocomply with its terms
and save trouble.
Jjsse Cocitras, Shoriff.
Fine lot of breakfast bacon and
hams iust received at Balentine's.
The improved' appearance of R.
Ironside's storeroom shows the se
lect stock of groceries, hardware,
woodenware, tinwarc,ic, to hotter
advantage than ever. Call andsec.
Aftor reading "Goody's" last
chapter, sugar was put down to 14
pounds for ?1 at Graysville.
Full stock of best and cheapest
groceries at T. C. Patton fc Co's.
Call at the postofficc store for
Try Cardinal Liniment, an unex
celled remedy for all pains and
aches. Sold by Frazee fc Co.
Fine line of baby wagons cheap
at Gus Heck's, Seneca, Mo.
Anr amount of cheap groceries
still left at Green's.
For good and cheap groceries go
to Patton fc Co's, for they always
From mv nlacc. at the mouth of
Vol! creek on Grand River, one
Brown Mare about 15 hands high,
blind in left eye, shod all round,
heavy with foal, about ten years
old. Also one Sorrel;Pony, 5 years
old, bald face, shod all around and
branded O on the hit). I will pay
a liberal reward for tiic return of
the horses, or information that will
lead to their recovery. Addro3
S, H. Mays,
Cherokee Orphan Asylum, I. T.
Subsiding of high waters, fol
lowed by still greater reduction in
prices of clothing and gents' fur
nishing goods atGrcen's. Go there
Patton & Co. can sell you. har
ness and wagons at low figures.
Fresh lot of fancy candies, co-
coanuts, orangrs r.nl lemons. Also
' nuts oi all kinds ju?t received
i H. Balcntinc's.
Fine line of cutlery at S.A.BIuc
jacket's. Lundberg's perfumes the most
exquisite made ;-for sale at Frazee
& Co's drug store.
of carpets at
and woodonwarc at
Jugs, jarsjchurn&and crocks just
received at Lewis'.
A liberal price will be paid for
a couple of fawns, on delivery at
the Ciiieftais oflice.
Try Roman Cathartic Pills, the
great liver regnlator.blood purifier,
etc. For sale by Frazee fc Co.
Full stock ot harness, saddles,
bridles, hobbles, quirts and pistol
belts received at Patton & Co's this
Hicks is now in charge of a fine
stock of general merchandise at
Old Sequoyah Precinctj Tahlequah
District. Smiling did it !
Largest line of overalls ever,
stock at tho Palace Store.
For Sale X four-year-old marc,
halter-broke only.go'od disposition,
good stock, and. with proper train
ing will make a first-class buggy
animal. Apply to
33w2 M. Frazee.
Joe Goodykoontz, at Chambcr
lin's News" Depot, receives sub
scriptions lor any newspaper or pe
riodical published in the world.
$5 EEWABJ) Stravcd, onctwo-yoar-old
cd T on right hip, marked with a
small overbit in right ear, copper
ring in his nose. I will pay So re
ward for return of Bull to the Ray
mond farm near Vinita, or liberal
ly for information leading to his
recovcrv. George Sowees,
33w2" Vinita, I. T.
Two houses and lots and a num
bor of unimprovod town lots for
sale by David Taj-lor,- Vinita, I.T.
Five hundred- suit3 clothing at
W. C. Patton & Co's from SI to 25
Metallic burial cases and coffins
at Gus Heck's furniture warehouse
in Seneca, Mo.
Magirtn bought goods low down
on his last trip to St. Louis. He
is now selling No. 1 fast-color
prints IS yards for 81-
Cass' store is supplied with ev
erything. Largc'lot ot stoneware just re
ceived at Graysville.
Gus Heck, at Seneca, Mo., has a
full line of furniture in stock, and
sells at low prices.
A large and well-assorted line of
bovs and youths clothing at W. C.
Patton & Co's.
Millinery and Dressmaking.
Mrs. Thomas Bluejacket still re
tains the experienced and tasteful
trimmer, Mxs..Rus.elt, whose taste
and skill arc universally conceded.
A general invitation is extended to
ail to cull at the old rock building
and examine the stock of first-class
millinery goods and samples of fine
Cheapest board and lodging in
town. Meals at all liours at S. S.
Bluciacket's. at the old Joneshouse
opposite R. II. Field's store. 32-4 '
UOOD ACOIMODATlOSS FOR THE
Livery connected with the house.
Hacks for commercial men always
to be had.
S. A. McSpaddex, Proprietor,
29tf Chelsea, 1. T.
For nobbv Hats.
For nobbiest suits.
For best boots and shoos.
Call on the nice young men at
the Palace Store.
Large s'tock of Every tiring
in my Line to Select
5ST" Prices Lowe
in the Territory.
than any house
, Quirts, &c.
OPPOSITE SAX FSAXCISCO HOTEL,
VINITA, Ind. Ter.
Physician and Surgeon,
TJ'XlZl'l'JL, Z. .
JB M. WHELA2,
Garpanler and Buiider.
BUILUINCS X SVECIXLTI.
. . .
atl Shop opposite in Little &. Los
1 Store, Vinita, Ind. Tcr.
ROMAN PILLS I CARDINAL
These pills will
be found useful in
all forms of Bilious
pation, various Fe
to Purify the Blood
etc. For sale bv
31. FRAZEE & CO.,
Vinita. I. T.
should be on hand
in every household
as it is an excellent
dy for rheumatism,
Lame uacK. looui
Swellings! and all
For sale by
JT. FRAZEE & CO.,
Vinita. I. T.
TV". R. DAVIS, M.D.
VIXITA, - IXD.TEH-
Calls promptlv attended to, day or
xiiiii. ?icciai aiicuuuu ii:u tv
Surgery and diseases of women
s&Sev? House and New Furniture.
The best accommodations in town at
reasonable rates. TULSA, I. T. 'J2
S. J. THOMPSON,
VINITA, I. T.
House, Sign & Orna
HOUSE PAIHTrSG A SPECIALTY.
JauShop on Illinois Avenue, opposite
Itavmond s Hardware Store. lOtf
Pay the Highest Mar
ket Price for
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5 3 G
2 x -
n S3 3 ! !
3 . '1 - -
3 - o
s - 2 .- CIS
3 "" S3
a: at 3 ? 3. k.
a 3 3
unsTt A CO. of Ui Errrsnnc AxraiciscaB
5am to it, m Sol'JUnn for ratrau. Careus, Trsg
uSErVimTTtehu. tor Uso United Sulci. Cuufe,
liirntitit tree. Tninrra TMueiprrleiMfc
SSSlfrr5rS rstU.N.V CO, hcirsnno
jtr"-tOBccaannCwy. wot. -j
cy""'- - -- . -. .
Toe Bcrrcrf Gcide Is &
(sued March and Sept, -each
year: 21G pages, 81x11 J
inches, with over 3.200
illustrations a whole pic
ture callcrr. u ivcs wnole-
sale prices dirtd to conxumcrt on alt good)
for ersonal or family toe. Tells how
to order, and girqs exact cost of every
thing yoa use, catj drink, wear, or havi
fun with. These lavalnablo books corr
tain information gleaned from tlic mar
rets of the world. 'We will mail a coiy
Frco to any address upon receipt of tie
postage 7 cents. Let us hear from yon.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
S3? A 2X9 Wakwh Ansa Olon UL
Bulls For Sale !
A Select Lot or
25 HEAD OF THOROUGHBRED &
I have on hand 25 two-year-old
extra high grade bulls fivo IIoI
ttins, balance Shorthorns. Wore
shipped to this point early Jast fall
and arc thoroughly acclimated.
Will srll them at a bargain for tin-
1 next fifteen davs. Call on or ad
n. W. Rl'SHMORE,
ICtf Uherryvale, Kaug.
a. O o
gl Sol n
KJ OS S K
?u ?! I
W O g
? O " S 1
Has a Full and Complete
i HUB !
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SADDLERY and HARNESS,
GROCERIES, HATS & CAPS, GLASSWARE-,
BOOTS & SHOES, QTJEENSWARE, TINWARE, c
At Goody's Bluff and Chelsea, 1. T.
S?"Slock at both points always
est price paid for Hides, ool and
NEATEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST SE
LECTED STOCK OF -
Staple and Fancy Groceries Constantly on Hand. A!s Cut
lery, Quesnsvars, Woodenware, &c, at the Old ReliaWt
Grocery House of
0. C.IBONSIDB - - Vinita, LT.
SPLENDID STOCK ! (CHEAP GOODS I
Keeps constantlv on hand the best selected stock of
CBIB1AL MERCHANDISE !
Consisting of Dry Goods, Gro
ceries, Hardware, Queens
ware, Tinware, &c.
BSAgent for the "John Dccrc" Molinc Plows and Farm ilachia
ery. Won't be undersold by anybody. See my stock and prices.
OX-a-.S:S.33a:C3S:LS3, I. "17-
Keep alwavs on hand a complesc assortment of BEST GOODS at th
LOWEST PRICES. &SLook over our stock. Price our good g
and be convinced that we will sell you goods as cheap as any house
in the West. xsff-Highcst price poid for Furs and Hides.
Beard fe Hicks,
CLAREMORS, 5. T.,
Stove. Tinware, Patent ilcdicines, Wooden Ware.
j Rnlhir Mk Pin;ir Rnnslanihf on Halt.
i-nrl AVnnl. EXASUHE 0TJE
Boot &f Shoe Maker.
rs-Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine Shoes and Boots a Specialty.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. 21tf
Will sell goods for Cash, as cheap
as any house in the Territory.
Call and Examine my Stock.
-iEior'srsToiis op, tss-
SENECA ROLLER MILLS,.
ssTsnEso., 3snE:'vx77i?cixr Co., mo.
.Highest caeh price paid for ALL GRADES of WHEAT.
Orders for FLOUR, BRAN and SHIPSTUFFS promptly attended to
F. BOCLER, Superintendent and Business Manager, SENECA, MO.
r.:- rLi.:.l. .
We are prepare. 1 1" niakV contracts for
t-.,i:r..i ,r wmvnohf "Plnrlila.
ar.g'-y r mum
t present 7j) high grade an J pedigreed SUort-horn bulls; 300 high.
nl bulla: one car of rolled balls; one car oi msu Krauc .VfT. ,,
C R Kv-5i X
ADVERTISEMENTS therein. The covering that kept ofT the cold
blasts of the revere winter just past, is fallins from stock as they lux
ur.e m the tendtr productions of the beautilul praines, and brands
ma b Iv the roIentLss iron will bjon be p'.ain en uch to be rcadby
"Se?s tliau the cxpcricnccl cow man. SHOW YOU MUUTOS TO TH3
WOBXD, and avc trouble in hiuUnB tOlk
complete and prices low. High
s complete and sold at te CH TC AJP-ESU;
EST CASH PRICE paid for PJQdeS, Furs
Scc'v & Treas.
JOEL B. GENTRY & CO.
Locust Grove Farm,
(Eight Milt-s Northwest of ScdslL)
BBKSDEEJ ASD DKALXK3 IX
Short-Horn, HertTuii and
JACSS J2JZ3 JE272TXTS
Anil Dnniark Paddle & Harness Bones
future delivery for aaj number Come,
.i.. ai.nr.i.rrn .otrjr in rail hv licrciora SOU roiueu Biu
A Bias! From the Bugle if tki
INDIAN CHIEFTAIN !
The best medium throue.lwhich to reach,
the greatest number of people in the Cher
okee Nation. They all read the Ciuei
tais. Aud hundreds of others, from the
bleak and drcarv wastes of A a ka to tho
dL-liht in lookinsat the BRAND