inita, Ind. Teh., Fed. 4, 1880.
Local Railroad Timo Tables.
Missount rAcirio railway.
. 1M, M.IC AT niprea
a. 1M.TJ1 I. A in." I
Bin .M.H.K A T it.
ST MOlfl A SAN rUANClSCO BAH.WAT.
t from It I. to Tnlaa.
I aIlktyb. I nzrAlrr.
IAaaomniodatlon I I 4:Upm.
St. Louie eiprce . .. SilSam. S:JOpra.
Through eoteh from St. Louie to Tulea.
J ? PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
wOflico over Skinner Bros', grocer
lltore. VlnlU T T.
3- r. FOKTKEK,
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
VINITA, C. N.
Officio rooms up stairs In south end
of Bkinnor Bros', building. Office
hour from 8 to 11 a. in. and from
3 to 0 p. m.
PHYSICIAN A SUROEON.
MtrOfiico Rooms on Socond Floor
ot tho Opora IIoubo,
VINITA, IND. TER.
T? C HOUDINOT,
A TTORNE Y-A T-LA W.
Will l.iimllea In the United State still JUatn
AB-Oflloo, Fort Smith, Arkansas.
p r. w.y,
1 ' ATTORNEY.AT-LAW.
i Wl!l praottee In all tha ennrta In thU Nation.
((Special attention glTen to Criminal eaec. 37
P. 0. Address, Maysvillo, Ark.
If' fiYlorben amtottittt. rarn1&r
l)putr Clorkof UcUirarelUUtrleM.
to perform any and all dalle required by law,
I ean at all times lo found at my offle In Vlnli
tw, uoiawaroaisiriei, u. . J u. Taorr.
Vinita, Ind. Tor.
tm Only Fnt-C.au House, Helwccn l'nr.
sons ana Venison.
Rates S2 Per Dav.
M. EDM0NDS0N, Manarjer.
i i i i
Largest Nursery Stock in Ark.
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
' Shrubs, Plants, Vines,
at-Pormonont Agont at Vlnlta,
IT..-D. M. MnrrB.
JOHN D. SAMMS & SON,
Vinita, I. T.
Yfagon-JSnilrt; and Repairing Done la
Shop Jut aaat of Mo. Faelllo track.
II. II. EDMONDSON,
iVators-Piorco Oil Company,
OF ST. LOUIS, 110.,
aril attention of retail deale n to Iba Scare
ude prepared to glv on
. Coal Oil. all Grades:
rainiors' Uils, all Ktnus;
. All Lubricating Oils.
A warehoma baa been erected here and tb
iilnete will ba conducted on butlnet prlncl
,. . CaU on or addreae,
H. U. KdHONDBON,
Frisco Hotol, Vinita, I.T.
WT J Lwuliu rM. Willi. Ml.ttv ea4 Url.'Mf
frrwM. status. iil!I4ia.i. u.-iutu
I. FIRRY CO., Detroit, mionnan.
i -. 1 1
w Patent Corn Shellor.
. Ticio mathloet art ar
j.yr V ranged to a bo,x
JTliv are exceedingly aim
I,V Terr etronif andj
d-HMblc and ebclt ea
ur ana rapiai-
Odo iloian abrller paekoit
In abarrol fur ahfpment
Ind rauonabl ratee of
aell thrunah dlera hot until I
rExpiSiH Jr?rVpW for $3 00,
Tlo UmktkKfMtIDIS U
Pufcrra Maat fU i
.!, arinn, i
I vi letforiuottut. i
:iktU of the Wl
v ituf MUM Ui i
f.iii,r to.. iu im
oV it. 1. 1 H.W.; Muln.ri
':o:tRY WAHom t
Ma aW 4Sjfcr
Tllocropofcow hlden will begin to
corau In within a fow diy.
Tho faro to Washington jrla tho Mis'
sonrl PaclUc, limited, U $31.70
Keillors from southern Kansas aro
said to bo moving Into "No Man's
Tho dining room at tlio Frisco hotel
sccracd to attract qnlfo a crowd last
Tho Ladles' socloty of tho Uoncrcga
tlonal church meets at Mrs. F. L. Dock
or's next Saturday nftcrnoon.
Tho rcmnrknblo sulo of last trcck'o is.
suo of tho OniEfTAiN leads us to bollovc
It was a protty good papor.
Mrs. O. W. Qrcon will soon mako her
homo among us again. Shu will bo
warmly rclcorucd by her many friends
A circular has been received stating
that a national shocp shearing will bo
hold at St. Louis on tho 7th and 8th of
Tho Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fo
railroad company has a surveying party
at work in this territory, south of Ar
Green & Clark bought about fifty !Ivo
prnlrlo chickens tho first of tho weok,
which will be eont to New London,
It Is estimated that thero aro 5,000
head of dead cattlo between Dodgo City
and Coolldgo, and that It Is but a frac
tion of tho losses cnuacd by tho rocent
Quite a number of Shawnccs mot
here last Monday to consider tho ad
visibility of sending a delegation to
Washington, but no decided action
Tho Congregational church social
will bo held ut tho residence ot Mrs. F.
L. Decker Friday ovcnlng. Tho ladles
will do all possible to Insure a pleasant
evening, and hopo all will como.
SInco it has become evident that both
tho Fiisco and Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fo aro going to bo built through
this territory, Shcrmau, Texas, has de
cided oil attempting to secure ono of
A noto from Chelsea informs us that
on tho 24th of December, John Thomas
and Kate L. Ityder were married at tho
homo of tho bride's uncle, 0. W. Rydr
Also that Ilev. John Keys has married
a Dclawaro woman.
Wo have received a subscription tbjk
week from Maurice Dolon, of Llndnlo,
OljjajWonow conclude MrDoleVja j'
ovcryjpieasant gentleman rjrjdjhope'l
hoTwllllnot think too harshlviof us for
a'dlflcrcn tjopl nion expressed ihstwccJi.
Cb!efhushyhcad has notified tho
whoriir not to sell tho city parks to sat
isfy tho Tittle judgments, and tliojsalo
will not bo made. The chief, in his or
der says that with tho same 'propriety
tho streets might be levied upon and
sold. : 'y$r
y ' " 't
Klscwhcro In this issue will bo found
tho brand of WilllantjLlttlo T L con
nected. Any cat tlo'bavlng' this brand
on cithor side or hip should be handled
cautiously by any unauthorized person.
Tho ranch Is on Whito Oak a few miles
Tho public school opens next Monday
morning and tho pupils should bo on
hand promptly. All of tho former
teachers havo been, re-employed. Last
term the aggregate enrollment was
1-10 and tho avcrngo attendanco ninety.
Not moro than ten pupils wcro non
Qcorgo W. Green received a dispatch
last Monday morning stating that his
brother-in-law, Hen Ingram, had just
died at West Plains, Missouri. Mr.
Green left the samo evening forSpring
field, whero th6 funeral and interment
was announced to tako placo tbo fol
Says a correspondent from tho west
ern ranges: "In ono instanco I saw a
herd drifting so rapidly that in cross
ing a small stream thirty head of those
in tho lead wcro crowded into tho bog
and smothered. Tbo balanco of tho
herd passed over their bodies as they
would a bridgo."
Bass Reeves, a notorious and unprin.
cipled ex-deputy marshal is now in jail
at Fort hmith charged with murder.
Reeves, who Is a negro, killed his camp
cook, of tho samo race, in tbo Chicka
saw nation, in April 1881. Ho reported
tho killing at tho tlmo to havo been
dono in self defense.
In another column will be found tho
law card of Judgo It. F. Wyly. This
gentleman's cxpcrlonco, both on tho
bench and at the bar, havo given him
opportunities beyond those ot most
members' of tho profession In this na
tion. Tho judgo's postofilce address Is
Another demonstration of tho vlrtuo
of advertising (in tho Ciiikitain) was
glvon last woek. David Taylor offered
a ho uso for rent, at an outlay of twelvo
cents per weok, and a rcsponso was ro
ccived from a party in Indiana that bo
wanted tho houso and would raovo out
heroin a short time.
Mrs. Emma, tho wifu of Bcochcr
Ohambcrlln, died last Monday even
ing at Pheasant Hill, a few miles north
of here. Tho deceased was twenty
seven years of ago, and was barn at
Vandalia, Illinois. Tho borcavod fam
ily will rccclvo tho sympathy of a largo
circlo of acquaintances.
It Is related that when Gen. Sher
man was at Fort Bayard ho was askod
by un Indian chtof for an old flold-ploco
that stood out In tho enclosure. "Can't
havo It," was tho answer. "Why not?"
"What do you want with It; to kill sol
dlers7" "Soldiers? Ugh, no. Uso 'em
kill cowboys. Kill soldiers with club,"
A lottor was received this woek by S.
8. Blucjackot, from Commlssiouor At
kins in which that gcntlcraaiviycry
curtly says: In roply to your commnifo
Icatlon dated January 21. 1830. yo3ari
informod that it Is not conl(lored,nec-t
ussary win. a ueiogawon Ol cfiiawuccs
should visit this city, and permission
for that purpose Is thoroforo refused.
Dsath or Mb. Qkntuy.- Tholrwlll bo
many expressions of genuino regret in
this locality at tho death pf Hon. Joel
II. Uontry, of Ilghluvlllei Missouri,
which occurred jNtMk-tilh of last
month. Tho (WMstiWMa at the lie!
ot tho iMdlnK ftfcft rf MmM st
lNr ejwaltY la
it. Getttry hl. jf w
-.; of. jt.1ii' u
That Same ir. St. IxjiiIs mof
chants havo examined tho bill extend
Ing civil Jurisdiction of tho federal
courts ovor residents of this territory
and concludo It Is a good thing. Presi
dent Cobb, of tho Merchants Kxchaugo
writes lleprcsontatlvo O'Neill, their
incmbor of congress, -to that effect, and
asks Jn tho namo of tho association
that tho gontleman glvo tho bill his
consideration and support. Tl.o hill
Is now In chargo of Hon. J. II. Rodgers,
tho member from Arkansas.
Samoa Oompletro. Tho Frisco's
great bridgo at Van Duron is practically
finished, and will bo ready for trains
noxt week. This will bo a grcatadvan
tago to tho company, as It will then bo
relieved from tho uso ol tho boats of
tho Ltttlo Rock and Fort Smith ferry.
Tho bridgo consists of ono draw span
of 300 feet, thrco fixed spans of 23d feet
each, and four fixed spans of 109 feet
each, resting upon ten stono piers. It
was built at a cost of $500,000, and work
on tho structuro was commenced April
TnACKLATina JJmun. The work of
grading tho ton mlto extension of tho
Frisco west from Red Fork has been
completed and tho teams and construc
tion outfits havo been shipped away.
Track laying begun last Monday and
will bo complotod as soon as possible.
A depot and other tormlnal facilities
aro to bo built at tho end of tho track,
and tho station will bo known as Ea
pulpa, after an Indian who livos thero.
All bridges on tho extension are of Iron
and tho masonry Is first-class and very
heavy. Wo prcsumo tho futuro opera
tions of this road depend to a great ox
tent upon tbo turn ot territorial affairs.
Tv f!iiTnnr. Kit Ilrvan wlio Vlllnil
-- --- -- -- -,., ...... .....w.
Jonathan Davis at Chouteau on tho
20th of last December, Is In custody,
anil was last week bound over by Com
missioncr Tufts to answer in tho feder
al court to tho chargo of murder. Ho
was arrested near Hhawnectown by
Wiley Boayor, ai'cpnty United States
marshal; iRoij is probably under twen
ty-fWo years of ago and without a fam
ily. As thokllllng was deliberate and
coWanllylrib victim having been shot
In tho back, it Is moro than likely Ross
will pay the penalty of his crimo on
the ga'llows. Though tho day of tho
killing he had been drinking, bu.t- that
nlghttwas sober and woll kriow what
rdoing. DSvIs hnd, somo timo
,1 nn.M'ffrV.-mATii a.
'stancethal prgbaWyflea to .tliyjii.Ulij
W rjwaoNAL. A few weeks ago a siib-
1 .ff... .11.. 1 . t .a a m am ah! Mfiai . 4 lAftii
j-- ri . a-i.-iiaiiT -- -,
Bcnucr uuiuw; uusiues. uu. nuo. ui tiuiu
gavo us an order for somo letter and
bill heads. In remitting for tbo same
bo says: "It is a good job and I am
woll pleased. Your paper reaches mo
regularity, nnd wo consldor It tho best
paper in tho territory. Yrill send an
order when I want moro work and will
do all I can to sccuro you tho orders of
my friends." Tho samo mail brought a
letter from Ed D. Hicks with two sub
scriptions and an order to continue and
notify him, at tho j-'xplration of his
tlmo. "Couldn'tdoSthout the paper,"
ho says. It is not Co bo expected that
Ed or any of tho balanco of our friends
could do without tho Cuikftain. Wc
aro going to continue printing such a
paper that no onb will havo tho hardi
hood to try and dispense with it. Let
ters of this character mako us fool
pround and wo don't caro who knows It.
TitK LBCTUna Posti-oned. Owing to
tho inclement weather, and tho snow
blockade of railway causing tho ab
soncoof Prof. Frlgon, tho lecture ad
vertised for last night, at tho Opera
houso will be postponed until tho block
ade is removed. Duo notico will bo
given of tho timo nt which will bo
shown upon canvass in startling bril
liancy, Joseph Sold, Joseph's.Ooat, Jo
seph Meets his Father, Rebecca at tho
Well, Eleizcr at tho Homo or Bethuei,
Arrival oi Rebecca, tho Finding of Mos
es, Moses and tho Daughter of Jcthro,
Pharaoh's Host Drowned, the Annunci
ation, tho Thrco Wise Men, tho Star,
tho Babo of Bothlohcm, tho Baptism of
Christ, Ohrist entering Jcrusclcm, tho
Sermon on tho Mount, tho Last Supper,
tho Rejection, tho Crucifixion. Tho
abovo aro only a few of tho many equal
ly interesting and instructive shown in
life size. All who fail to attend will re
gret it. Guaranteed as represented or
A CiicnoicxE Conv.3teo. l!luoDuck,a
Chcrokco full blood, was convicted last
Saturday night at Fort Smith of mur
der. Ho nnd William .Christio were
both on trial for tho samo offense, and
oach of tho defendants hoped to sccuro
an acquittal by showing tho other to
havo been tho guilty party. Tho victim
was a man named Wyrick, living In
Flint district. Bluo Duck was very
drunk, and was determined on having
blood. After killing Wyrick who was
plowing in a field, tho murdoror ehotut
a boy named Billy Wolf who camo rid
ing up and then proceeding to tho
house of Hawkoy Wolt tired at him two
or thrco times. The killing occurred in
Juno 1884, and on ono occasion after
being arrcstod Blue Duck was rolcascd,
tho grand jury failing to And an Indict
ment. Subsequently ho was rearrested
and ovldcnco sufficient to convict was
produced. Tho trial boing a triangular
ono, and ongaging tho services of tbrco
sets of lawyers and wltnessos consumod
.. .. s
no uounr to thy him. i no action oi
tho fedoral authorities at Fort Bmlth
in liberating, without trial, Goorgo Kd
wafds.wbo killod Qullta Flootwood, has
been tho basis for considerable specula
tion as to posslblo results. Thcso par
ties, nophew and undo, respectively,
wcro claimants to tho rights of Chcro
kco citizenship, but tho nation bad do
elded adversely. When arralgnod in
court this citizenship claim was so suc
cessfully sot forth as to sccuro tho pris
oner's liberty. As tho Ohorokeo na
tion will oxorclso no authority In tho
premises, this man coos scottfrco with
out a trial. It Is not cloar that tho kill
1ng was murder, but had such boon
tho caso the rosult would havo been
tho samo. This Is tho remarkablo
phaso of tho altalr. Should tho class
to which Edwards and his victim bo
long ooiicluuo to open war upon
another and oven upon Cherokee", tin.-
'iLvrthlM rnllni'(liv wnutil alnmt in nn
.t i-i.i.-t. it nnd r,.ni
.i .7. . .X'....,... TZ,. .. ......
W?mvm nHianii ihwis plication ot DrBosauko'a l'lio Itoin
j4lelt)allt Ohprokeo nAtlori dk.whlch acta directly uiion thu parts
I X--. m v9tW nmvtWfmW
fautllbw, and tblsHtey
nt tt y
-T,. W Mark ttattcd for fort Smith last
-Capt W. 0. Nflm left via the Ml.ionrl
Pacific la.t frldar night tor H'a.bl-rton and
Joseph Hnnt hat gone to Tom Green count r
Texai, and will not return before tho laat of
Nat Skinner and W. 0 Chamberlln were
at Neo.ho thl week and came home on foot
part or th way.
Mr. W. 0. William, wife of tho rrleo'
roadmaaler, ha been (offering with pneumonia
but wa nnderitand la Improving,
O. tfayden, K.i., of Choulean, wa
weatherbound hero a thort time last Tnetdar.
Ha did not expect cattle would put on much
flcth for lorn day i.
Itr. W. I. Itaworth, now of Tnlia, con
ducted terTlce at tho .'rcbterlan church In
thl city laat Sabbath. He apcaka iery anthu
lattlcalljr of bla nw home
a auziiao in to aia-iif .
Til. Trrtt.r Tl.1l Ik. ant hin hn tl.m X..
Thaprlte mow ttorm of thl country let In
lait Monday night and for about twentr-four
hour It blowed the Terr hind tight off any of
It presuming prcdeccor. On Tucdr there
wa a general anaprntlon ofbutlneit all orer
town and If In th country the rula wa re
versed, the fact remains to be reported. Very
few people, tare th prlntira, cams down
town. With tho latter, howerer, It wa com
pulsory, for atorm or no etorm, tha Cmimis
muat b Uaned.
Throughout Monday night the snow fell rap
idly, but It was not until near daylight that
the wind begun drifting tha samo. ny eight or
nine o'clock Its effect were pithily shown and
by night wondcra had been worked. In many
pot the ground wa bare and perhaps ten feet
awar thero would be adrift half a many feet
In height. Although the temperature was not
extreme, It aeems Improbable that nodlaaatera
nor suffering occurred. Nona howerer hare
thus far been reported Tb loss which to range
cattlemen Is sure to bs very beary, will In thla
taction be of llttlo consequence. The men who
aro feeding, and wa know of very few excep
tions In this nation, hare little to fear In thla
direction, for at thta writing (Wednesday tren
Ing) the weather It On with a prospect forcoa
Tho mall reached u on time up to Tuesday
soon, but point west and South of here were
not to fortunate Tho sonth-bound Mfaaourl
1'adflo which paascd here about dayllrtt pro
ceeded almost to Chouteau, encountering eon
tderahle trouble, and was there permanently
hnng up-ln s snow bank. On the rrlseo the
paesenger came In promptly on time a short
distance behind tha freight. An effort to pro
ceed west with a locomotive and caboose ter
minated by tho former dtlng Jammod securely
Into a cut ono-balf or throo-quarters of a mile
from town where Itatlll remain wo bellevo.
Operation on that roadeaat and wett were
thereupon abandonod for the day and all atten
tion wat turned to keeping tha remaining en
gine at tbtt place "allTe." Th Mlatourll'a
eifle, do Ytsuop m., got through from the
north tome time after dark and yesterday
morning with the help of.n anow plow aheaJof
two englnoa, the (arlyjpataengerTeaebod her
....-...-'Trr. .i-.. .JTr2"T-r,"i
yiu.,iKf,7 ciB.rn,n.,biiiu iraaa . .
The apclal dlapatcli from'ChoaUaaffoand b4
low, glre a very clear Idea or tb altaatlorTj
oath of her.
Chouteau, I.T .Tcbruaryl. Snowhabcn
falling hard for laat twenty-four hour and no
sign of clearing off yet 111 now about two
feet deep with beary and cold north wind blow
ing and la drifting In placet from Are to eight
feet high. It I th worat ttorm that has ever
bean known here and many of the already weak
cattle will perlth. The touth bound Mltiourl
1'acSflo paaaengcr train ha been In a snow
drift two mllct north of hero all day with part
of a freight train ahead of It and a freight train
behind It. The north bound paaaengcr waa
ttuck In a mo w drift about a mile touth of hero
with a freight train behind It from noon to-day
until eight o'clock to-night, when a forco of
men reached therefrom tonth and pushed It
The show waa postponed.
No school Tuesday nor Wednesday.
Six below zero Wednesday morning.
"I'aTer" wa the only man In town to sell
a hundred dollar' worth of goods the chilly
Yea, thank you, there I aplenty of mow to
The flrat train from the aouth alnoo Monday
night waa a "double-header" which reached
here at S:ll laat evening.
It muat be Eta, , Miller fault. lie built a
cottar aftar everybody elaa wat arranging to
have their garden plowed.
Only ona Warn wa accn Tuesday and that
wat the one aent out to bring back tha mall
from the train In the mow bank.
In the fcdtral court at Fort Smith laat Sat
urday Judge I'arkcr pitted the death tentcnea
upon icTen murderer, for crlmaa committed
In thl territory. Hoblnon Kemp, a Chick
asaw, wa alio to bare been sentenced , but waa
given two week'a time to procure evidence In
upport of a motion for a nw trial. Should It
not ba forthcoming ho will b I entcnecd to be
hung with the balanco on 1'rlday, April 23rd,
1&M. The unfortunate wcroJamct Waaaon,
Meredith Crow, Joaeph Jackaon, Ilobcrt Wolf,
ono Wiley, Luce llanimon and Ho-Wah-Nuck-ee.
James Waaaon, adeaperado, goet to tho gal-
low for killing Hen Martin. Watton wat alto
la company with one Jerry I.owla.thomurdcrer
of Almlrena Watklna, a wealthy atockman, and
It wa the reward offered by Watklna' widow
that led to the arrett of Waaaon and Low I
Lewi I now In Jail at Tlabomlngo.
Joseph Jackson la a negro, who killed hit
wife on March S last, at Skullyvlllo Ha had
previously been tried for the murder of a wblte
man, but wat acquitted.
Kobert Wolf, colored, killed another negro
named Stockbrldge. Ha never denied tha kilt
Ing, but claimed It wat accidental. He wa at
the time, In tha employ of ilra Almtrcne Wat
klnt the lady mentioned In tha Watton cat,
who paid a lawyer SCO) to defend bun. Ha wa
convicted July SO at.
Meredith Crow will hang for tha murder of
Cub Courtney, committed In the Cblckataw
I.uce Hammon, ona Wiley, and Ue-wab
Nuck-ee, three half-clt Hired Creek Indlanboyi,
were convicted on December 4, I8t4, of murder
ing a white man named Owen, who wa
traveling through tha nation with no compan
ion bat bla horse. The three boja vltlted him
In hit camp, atked for tobacco and received It,
went away, camo back and tbot Owent, indict
Ing wounda from which ho died. Their boattt
of having done th killing put the offlcert on
Iloblnton Kemp, an Intelligent Cblckataw
Indian, and bit ttep-ton, Kdmond Jtfferton,
were arroalaiUabout a year ago for killing a
white mau named HcnrrlUch. rirat trial ra-
aulttdlnahungWry On tecond trial Jeffinon
wa acquitted and Kemp convicted.
Farmers and Mechanics,
Save money and doctor bills. Ro
llovo your mothers, wives and sisters
by a timoly purchase of Dr. Bosanko's
Cough and Lung syrup, best known
remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and
Bronchial affections. Rellovo chlldreu
of croup in ono night, may savo you
hundreds of dollarsvj'rico 60 eta. nrW
$1.00. Baraij'es ftejrtSSold by M. Fra-
zeuocuo. utK&r jt
taquently, procoded by
boiibo of wei);
j'te back, lolus and
lower part or tbfabdomen. causlno
I1U baltT I
tho patient to uppose'hu has somo af
fection of the kidney it or nelchborlnB
oruanB. At tlmiw. avKUitnma nfinill
Bostlon aro preseJitftlaTiiiloncy, unoasW
tlbtsj persniratlon.dgctnis a very
dlwi'reuablultehlno'li.ftpr ix.liliu. u-nrm
iaacommou atUiaiiftnt. llllud. bleed-
Utf. Itchllll' lilies vild at onrn In thn
.Something About Business!
W. C. Patton & Company
WISH IT DPr-A-INTLY XJISIDEBSTOOnD
TPIAT TBDE1T I-I-A.VJI.
Than all other firms
Having no personal uso for
Will provo an incontivo
Our Large Dry Goods Stock
Ismore than xttj to its usual standord.
3QiijaIStfflie3 Dress-Coods we can offer
la what it always has been
We are also occupying a Leading
Place in the Ranks I y
OUR OI-IEAJP FOR CASH RUH.Ii.
Will apply to everything wo keep. But to our bargains in ,
-t . 1 T . nl
VCT. O. DEPua.TH703a-
Valentines at Patton's.
A shoemaker at Bluejacket's.
House to rent or sell, enquire of
Go to Greon & Clark's for Over
shoes and Rubber Boots.
20 yards of Standard Prints for
81.00 at Green & Clark's.
.One hutidrod cash customers de
sired at N. Skinner & Co's.
Overcoats regardless of cost to
closo out at Green & Clark's.
Books Blank, School and Mis
cellaneous, nt Patton's drug store
A largo lot of Bed Comforts at
Green & Clark's. Cheap to closo.
Fino stork of Boots and Shoes
at Grccu & Clark's. Cheaper tljan
Buy no bill
Skinner & Co's
Timo to go and havo vour boots
and shoes mended S. A. Blue
jacket's is tho place.
Car load of Golden Cro?sfiPcirco
City Flour just receivcdjatTGreen &
Clark's. It is tho Htr Jt.
Now supply of stalipnorj
and comio Valentines, scri
bums and all goods of thl
At tho houso of J. Hutu?
cents por bushol. Leave yo
ucrs ai oKinner-s store
Valentino's day is at hand
Valontinos are ulroay hero nm
bo lounti in endioss variety.
u, ration's urug sioro.
Invest no monoy in Valenl
Books and Stationery untls
nt W. 0. PaUon'i
ias been examined.
The snow has passed awa
ipcientiy lor you to reacn IN.. !
fnor & Co's., whoro tho finest
of groceries in tho Chorokoo nation
Don't got yonr fcot wot and tako
cold, hut tako your boota and shoes
toS. A. Bluejacket's whoro a 'man
will bo found who can roprtir thorn
as they should he.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded,
At W. C. Patton &. Co's drug
storo. In this dclicato and rospon
siblo work tho groatost caro is nl
way&exereisud by a skillful and
ox!iQn)iiced;lorl;. Nono but tho
purest drugs ,oro usod. Yout ' pre
VVe afii-fctermlnerJ that all
of cur Ipit year's accounts
U I . Il . . at at !
icd up and Utt
Bk'va. T -&'-ri a-.
.mj, r Ml
uiointng, Moots, auocs, uau ana Uaps wo call
particular attention. Respectfully,
ill" I rnilm
in Vinita Combined
it tho aro detorminod that if
it shall "go a-flyingl "
faf dhcad ofall, competitors
-. jxm a i- aVflk .
J. O. MoSPADDEN.
Poslofiice, Chelsea, Ind. Tor.
off right ear
and split in
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Postoflice at Alluwo, Indian Ter.
Crop and nn
dr half crop
In tch ear.
Sold only for
rosiomce, vinua, ma. Territory.
crop and apllt
In laft tar.n
slno tag In
Ha nob It
mil wait o(
Vlnlta at tha
haad of Prror'a eraak
Bang between rrr
iu IJantnlng creaka.
OOMAKOHE LAND & CATTLE Oo
EvansvillQ, Kan., and National
atdck xarus, Illinois.
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THE L1YE STOCK MARKET OF ST.LODIS
THE ST. LOUIS NATIONAL
Located ait Kaat nt. Loala, IH.
Directly oppoalto ths olty of St txrai. Payers
for all description of Lira block always In at
tendance, and within the grounds of tha Stock
Tarda an a Hoof Caneing Company, with
capacity for Uughuuiii-1,000 bead of oattla
dolly, and Pork Pacilni EatnbllihmaiU with
a rapacity for alaughtaifrtaT 12,000 hotr dally.
'&M?hC II. K.OX, rresh'.cat.
Post-oWee, Sac and Fox, Ind. Ter.
flame on both aid flame on both aids
Varlou ear mark and old brand lUnge,
low Heirrvttlon Horse brand, I O A on nip
Postofilce, Sac & Fox Agency, i, T.
Crop off right ear and
rop and under hair
crop off left. Kaogeon
Sac and For rerra
tion. Cattle or thl
brand ar aotd only for
Bang, WolfCrk, so mile aouth Coffajvlll
dEOItOH W. OI.ARK.
Postofllco, Vinita, Indian Territory.
Smooth rron In
tet ear, aplll In
Poatoffico Locust Grove, Ind. Tor.
Smooth crop off
right eari apllt
Ilamge 10 milt
wait of ebon
Ohorokoo Orphan Asylum.
cropin left oar
arawjBsssasssfBsssss; v m ..
S. H KATM.V
PoBloffico Salifta, In(JrMToiTitory.
and nicer dh
In on arart
over alopo n
tle banAad BA.
and noUa on
ion a . tp
cu 'jJ. 'ltd"-
I ostoTtco (Jowala, India'rttCK.
each ear, Kaaj.
north or Oowata
I. drr tlopaand ovirbttlH-
on ihho czceK niuujic
V , .
Z. H. BATTLES,
Poalofilcc. UartleaYillo. Ind
THp ff VIWI
W. E. HAIi8EL,Ii,
Post-oflico, Vinita, I. T.
This brand anu marc (crop and un
dcrbit off each ear) kept np on ran eh.
Various ear marks and old brands..
Horse brand horse-shoe on left shoul
der and neck.
r V IP
'iifaff rrr iVli 1 1
J - - v
imJimjmtmmimStmmVA ' 1 "'-"in. Tf . J
atSlISSS Hlf II Mill
Ran oh, on
north of Tula
Posiofiice, Prairio City, Ind.
t - 1 K -
, . u m . ,
on each hip
atop la tb
PostofRce, Olatomoro, 'Intl.
I tf a r
Wvji tha aitlclos lit tlia wu.eUiu.laiTinUlJ
i W r?a?5a eji tho InUiu'lo put of tin I U
.Wi Vln.U, Ittd. Te.
W. O. PAlTO A CO.,
Autt-uuiCB, vinna, l, T.
f06 h arop j ItW
Hotms branu aiajr
samo on tiife lWt
Range Kook treel
W. II. MO&LlEB,
Poitoffico at KinnUttli k4un$,
TJ . A .
in eavn ettv. I
. J. o.
nnderblt In 1M
KMe Oa rrjttt
Polomce,Vinils, Indian Tsrritoryi
ICnM a hA
bar of Pawpaw. et(kt
rrjlea Scotn yiaHt.
W. G. NEXMft
Postoffico, Vinita, Indian Torritory.
Banah ot, HaaV t.V
cnn aula aouth cf
L. D. yL,rNT)i
Postoflico at Prairie City, Ind.Tr.
Brand on both aid!
crop oa Hgbt ear w
under half crop In Id
Uaagt aeatr rrtltt
-?OStOlflcO('tt01 9flJ, I. T.
t .oi teiusue.
Wfo , TikJl1
J. O. HALT..
Post-office, Vlnlta, I. T.lj
Ilrso braasul' ittas
Ktk - Mtwieii
tratksi . r1-
' A" - m
JOHN R. PtfXhn.j
1 w.(V t w.
Cooyyah orChoutoau, I.T.
Uuk, trnda: ttoy oa
aejp. ovar alo
th oth ar (tttvt M::r
Banah on Oraud ktlvar
ten mil east of
O. W. QBBBX,
Post-offlco. Vinita, I. V.
Rbx Ova. j 9 s
sortbg ot TI
mlta, I.T. J -
W. H. MAKXlHt.
Postoflice, ViniU, I. T.;
Crop orf of 1M ail,
KangaOa Mr CtMet
J. T. M'SPADDBTN,
Postofico at Chelsea, Indian Tar.
Cloee crop off left ar
ovarblt In right
Uanra alx mUaawM
J. A. FOREMAN.
Postoffico, Oorrala, Ind. Territory.
unuvTuii in iwn ari
OTerblt in th right.
Itang, eight mtleS
north of CtartaaoTa.
rt. T. THOMPSOM.
Postollico. Vinita, Ind. Tcr.
A IIW UI18UN,
and In aama
ad by Allison
Hang on iry
or ra, m
mllaa toath of
railroad R. JC Hart,
O. M. MoOlollsVri,
Postofilce, Oowala, I, T.
A lW MW
art branded on
lart side Uiu,:
uauch o canty oain
postoflice, Chouteau, Indian"-Tr.
On hip or ! MU
mark under tlc-a kc-th
tarai alio avm tVt4
under til in Hgbt. oa
der bll Ir. ft SVaa
branded i. Isaac at
month of rtyor araaa
aatt and fat ld p.
HKNRY O. WOOD,
Poftuftlco'it Thl)(iuji, Ind, Ti.
, alx f" T.jy
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