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Vinita, Ind. Teh , I)i:c 10", 181)1. Local Railroad Time Tablet. MILSOUUI, KANSAS A TEXAS. 111110 VOI'TII . ' AIIHIVKI tiKI'AHt. 4 :t)Ma. Ill 4 :(1H.II. :li.lll I H::Wi.ni. OOIKU NOHTII. iAMIIIVK. 1 OKI-SllT H .V.H 111. I M:MID IU:IAp. m I I0:irm Nu.W, rrelglil ami accoiu :l m. I ttildain ST. I.OUIS A BAN KKANCISCO RAILWAY. UUINU WKsT. - i AH41 V K. IISI'Auf. K. 81 1. to 8pulH Acvuininuilatloii lliMnlll I li;llilll. II ilUaili. I QOINU EAT. AKtlvKa ) k t a ItT . II :60pm. I a .l.lpiu. I 3:4f.Hll. TliroiiKh ooaolms from St. Louis to Siul. SPUTLlHi umira. KANSASCITV.KT BMIT1I SOUTH KIINUY. UOINO SOI'TU . Train No. 4 pavs .lupllii 7io a m. Neosho git in; nrriviiiK at Hiilpliiir HerlnKsat 1 1 Train No S Iravtta ,Ioillll t:i l ill, NeuBho j. ni; arriving at biilphur Siring at S;I" 1 ' OOINU NOItTII. Train No. 1 Iravra Sulphur Spring at ":S0am rrivliiK at Neosho H 45 a m, -Joplin II 40 a m Train No S Iravra SulphurSprliiKa at 1v! no p ni arriving at Ncoslio S 4.1 p in, .loplln ft INI p m Sprcial Sunday tram Iravea .loplin 7.45 a m, Nposhos tft a m. arrlvliiK at Sulphur Sprlnira at Kino a in. Upturning Iravra Sulphur Hprinca at 4 AO p m, arriving at Neosho U.45 l in, Joplin 7 30 p m drains No 2 counrct with Frlsi-o coming north Tralna No. I connrrt with rrlsco go ing aoutl). 11. W. HUSH, U. 1. r A. fljlTA CUl'Utll W1UKCT0BV. M. R. Church South I.. W. lllvrra, paator) dabhath school at 10:00 a. in i prisarhlnnat I I a. in ami 7 p. m iiraver nieetlnu every Wrcl aesitay evening. Communion servlca every Brat Similar. Presbyterian Chnrch. D N Allrn. paa tori prraohlnir, Snmiava at II a. ni. anil 7 p. oi.; Sunilay aehool at 10 a. m. s prayer meet ing Thurailay nighta. Congregational Church llrv. Fayette Huril. pastor; aervlres rvrrv Snmlay at II a m. anil 7 n. m. Sunday School at lu a m.i christian Emleavor Society. 4 p. ms Prayer meeting every Tunrsilay evenlnir. LOOALNOTiy. Snpolio at Swain's. Car of barb wire at Alliance store. Bring your turkeys to the Alliance atore. Goto the Alliance Btore for bar gains. Oranges anil Leuious at Vinita's jFancy Grocery Slore. Christmas tree ornaments, toye and fancy candies at Swain's. Finest grade of flour in Vinita at the Alliance store. Finest assortiueut of overcoats in town t Alliance store. The Tuxas cattle are beginning to come, dollar a head or otherwise. Mrs. Cass will make reduced prices on all felt millinery goods in her slore. Sam Tucker is now engaged as .salesman at Chouteau A Tuomason's. 03$t of shorts aud bran mixed at the ,Allia4.-e store. A tfery entertaining city election as that lilc)i took place hero Mon day. 20 pounds of granulated sugar f 1.00; 5 pounds Arhuckle coffee, $100. Alli ance store. . When you get hungry and want something nice go to the Horse Shoe Store. -Go to Vinita' fancy Grocery Stote for all kinds of canly, JHits, and trop ical fruits. The Academy will ptirelins thif ly bushels or good potatoes fiom the first iperson ottering tlieiu. The new slock of goods' purchased Ittat week by V. J. Strange, of Chelsea, aurjrej hist Saturday. "Wheatlet" is a delicate and nti tritivus eatable; veiy superior to oat il. Try a psckage. JO awonnds granulated sugar for f 1 00; 5 pavekagrs of Arbuckle, Lion or xtxx rofle lor a f 1 00 at Swain's,. Kemeailier that yon can get the celebrated McDiiill (Seneca) flour at Vinita' Fancy Grocery Store,, Large California Prunes, Kvnpor ated Raspberries, Pitted Cherries, and .all sorts of dried fruits at Swain's. Agent Benneit had among his as- isistktnts in making last week'a pay gneat, alius Ida Collins, cf this city. Gototbe Alliance store for your fcrtxta and sboes. The trial of Busby, Jhe slayer of B rney Connelly, the marshal who at terL ','t, bis rrt'"' 18 6n,u 011 ' Fort Smitl.' Wi 50K0 bargain hunting go .. ' ,wain Horse Shoe Store. Bargains I -ything, dry goods es peciall. T. . Upck drawn during the Delaware! f "' ' f"vor of i iv, for Hftti, covering Ice llson; it. nine shares. , r r ti's ad. elsewhere, Head Prof. Mor, ' . . ,. .. , i xripbernalia. He and examiue his p. ' . ... ... ,, . . . ,, ntly and inter 'talks horse"mtelligi . vail, estingly we can assure . .u k the U'orld by "Jonathan Gore has , by the tail" was the around among the boys t . an explanation see auolher -Mr. W. C. Patton bought e five bead of brood mares lat 4el. j direct from Minnesota, which are aI to be the finest lot ever unloaded . e,e Two very remarkable roincidt " that happen the first Monday in 1 rentber every year: The Vinita cil T flection and t lie assembling of cou- gress. At Claremore the "cider ticket" was elected Monday, and now John M. Taj lor, Jr., ad 's the title of mayor to his long list of official appellations, ten in all. 1 he total amontit of the Delaware payment which had been traded out with the merchants was f l.V.,713.ti5. Of this amount, Jake Barlles had the largest sum, about J-'ii'.OOO. The Delaware payment closed Fri day last, and Agent Hennelt hastened home that night to see the new boy which was born to Ins bouseliohl dur ing his absence. The Sunday school of the Congrega tional churc's will give a home mis sionary entertaicment next Sunday eveniog, Dec. 13th. An interesting service is promised. Drop a postal card to W.J.Janney, passenger aeent A., T. A S. F. railroad, 10-V) Vnion aenue, Kansas City, for copv of new folder just issued, decrib ing Oklahoma and the new country ot opened no by the government. J6 I'KHNOftal.. 11, V Hull, or Tulsa, aprnt suvrrul hours In Vinita Inst Humlay. ('apt I', V. lt"H' fs camu in from Tnlala last Tliur.ilav on biislnraa. .Iinlga T. L. '""r" a, of the Usage nation, was on our atrurla thia wei k. If. a.1. Connor, town coininlastoiirr, waa over from Kalrlauil last Thursday, Taylor Nicliola atarteil last werk for hla olil home In (Jrorirla, where he will remain. K M. Crowell anil Walter (riswell went to Muskogee last werk to attend a law suit, aa witnesses. Mr. 1. U HroivnlnK, who lias lumber yar.ls at srnrta, r u i r I n 1 1 . 1 anil Uln'lsra, waa a oaller last Tliuraitiiy. Capt. l. II Smith, or Kalrlaiii!, went to Muskogee Thursday ulgbt last, to attend a law suit lie had on hand. V. U. Milliter was a oaller last Friday and reports general prosperity in hla locality, at the mouth of Horse Creek . The wire and aon or ttrv. Fayette llurd ar rived last Frldry from Ann Arbor, Midi., and will make Vlnlla their liuine Mr. John 1. Drake, or Chelsea, waa in Vinita thia week In the Interest of the l'rusby terlan mission aehool being built at that town I. I. lllrdsoe, of Chouteau, la now travel. 1 ii K for Armour A Taylor, wholesalo produce mr:i of Ml. Louis, ' and made a round of tills section last werk . Chlrl clerk Morrla, or Union agoocy, who remained behind to aetlle up the accounla in curred in making the payment, concluded hla duties and went home Saturday night - -lr. Hill, superintenilenrin this territory of the work of the rresbyterian Mlsalonary society, was In the city last Saturday on hla way home to Muskogee from a three weeks' visit to the New York. ltev. K S. Curry spent a day at the Acad emy last week visiting with his children. The gentleman had bren attending a meeting or the Missouri llorticultn.al anclety at Srdulla and came this way on his route lion e. Toney Dougherty, Collins Drug Co. 'a man, was here lnl Sabbath. He had been to Clare more for a couple of daya aelling Dr. Holing a stink of drugs. Mr. Daugherty waa a passen ger on the Frisco truln which waa robbed last week. W. F. W blinker, 'of Tryor Creek, waa in Vinita Tuesday and talks very hopefully of the prospects or hla town. He has a suit pend ing against the railroad company for a&l oik) damages incurred in getting off a train while In motion. Tills happened In 1887 and the trial is aet for the 17th Inst. Henry Trott, w ho hits been attend ing .Mnrmadtiko .Military Academy at Sweet Springs, Mo., can e homo last week to stay. He wus the youngest boy in the institution and the regula tions were too severe for boys of his years. The city election for inyir and town council occurred Monday, and lestilled in a complete victory for the progressive ticket, every man thereon being elected. Dr. Thompson, candi date for mayor on the Progressive ticket, received 88 votes and his oppo nent, K. D. Knight, 21. Next Monday, in this city, begins the Shawnee payment; $15.50 per cap ita will be paid to 754 persona. There remains to be paid about oOO shares of like amount each to the Cherokee freedmeu, uiul payments on thix loll w ill be made each evening during the Shaw nee payment at four o'clock. -Geo. Nipper, ICd Campbell, W. K. Ilalsell and Mr. Witherspoon, Charlie McClellau'a partner, constituted the delegation from this section to the f it stock show lit St. Louis yesterday. Fourteen gentlemen from Texas ar lived from the south TiiihiI.iv, and went tust in'the evening on the Frisco to attend. Piof. David'll. Morgan, veterinary surgeon, is now in the city and will re main a week. The gentleman Is "up In the pictures" in horses, their di seases and training, and gives not a i'.ile attentiou'lo the mouth. Ho can easily demonstrate the necessity for applying diiiisUl surgery to the horse, and we can promise any visitors a profilable and interesting jiiteryiu. -The safe for the new bunk has ar rived mid is an ingenious piece of mechanism, with double lime lock and screw door. If any one contemplating "cracking" this safe will call during banking hours and make an inspection they will piobably give up the project. It is (tie intention to take up the bal ance of ttie pa)D)e)its on the Block to day and open the bank. Hay shippers are experiencing a great deal of inconvenience in getting cais. The M., K. A T. will allow no cars tp be loaded for the north from this country, desiring them for the cotton trade from Texa, and there is no hay market in that state, so (itlle shipping Is beiug done. All the cars of northern connections are required for the grain trade aud a "car famine" is on. Commissioner Mason's Court. Jno. Major, introducing; committed. Jno. T. Scott, obstruction of legal progress by intimidation; committed. This is the man who stood Iheoliicers off a couple of times last spring. Frederick Kelly, breach of peace; recognized. Lafayette Elder, assault and battery; mcognized i. A. Depl, introducing; recognized. Baer, Seasongood &. Co., vs. G. II. Warren et al; judgment for $'.9.S.S. Same vs. same; judgment for $H0.!X L. P. Isbe.ll vs. Pra'.her and Ilawes, replevin; judgment for plaintiff. Married; Thos. W. Cooper and Martha E. M iiipliy; Jliiaeph S. Means and Viney Patty. About the Telegraph Company. The case of G. B l.ethell against the Western Vuion Tlegraph company w as disposed of at M nskogec last w eek by compromise, i'ecauie of the inter cat w hich naturally centers in audi an aie it is to be regretted that a trial 0 'tiie -at.e was not had. The history 0f tn niiitter is thie: In October of last 1 r, U. I!. Bctliell, of this town, star! Jl on a tour of the southern part of the tril-jry. and w hile at Muldrow sent a j, -repaid telegram to his wife to "acini lir'hes and medicine to H Smith." TJ dispatch seems to have been sent promptly but laid arouud the telegraph afihees in Ihi town three days before it is delivered. The "medicine" w- tj.eitain preparation f pepsin whiclr Mr. Kethell had been using, ami wl ich tio states cannot generally be procure J at the drug mores cf the country. As result of failure to get this medicine. Mr. Beth el, who is in poor health, was liken ill and had a severe attack cf stomach trouble which confined him to his room at the hotel for some days. He brought suit for fi.COl, hut after fie evidence lor the plaintiff was in, Ihe cae w as set tied for tlM. each side to pay his own costs. The preliminary arguments or (ho admission tf t?-e- giaph company's attorney were in ef fect that the plaiutill waa ontitlud to nominal diimsges, but nothing more than that; that the company would be liable for the services of the physician, for Hid plaliiiitl's board during his sickness, and for expenses of that character, 't he defense, it is said, was prepared to prove that the form of pepsin desired (Shater'a we believe) could have been procured at not less than seyeu drug stores in Ft. Smith. This point, had the case gone to trial, was relied upon to prevent a judgment for a considerable sum, the rousonliig being Hist plaiutill in nst exhaust ev ery means within his reach to prevent the evil complained of, The judgment of the patrons of the telegraph com pany in this country will tie that any one having occasion to use the wires is entitled to damages. There is no such thitig here as telegraph service, and the sign boards ought all to be taken in. The wires s"d operators are generally busy with train orders, and a pilvate telegram has a good chance of being sent when there Is nothing else to do, and of belngdelivored when ever it comes handy, and not before. The reason given for the negligence in delay of delivery is that the telegraph company pays nothing for this ser vice. If this be the case the operator is not to be blamed so much as the company, but we surmise a vigorous "kick" all along the line "will do con sideiable gooJ and we therefore in dulge. Tho End of the World. The dissipated career of the Vinita World, ("authorized capital $2,000 fully paid up") and ail, was brought to an inglorious end last week by its credi tors the day before issue. Friday morning the attorneys for Lee Mills, ex-editor, look charge of the ollice un der a chattel mortgage but left it in I he hands of Mr. Pllchky, the printer. A few hours later the Great Western Type Foundry representative arrived from Kansas City and attached the out fit for $1(10, locked it up, and thus matters stand with thia windy won del at the present time. Now about that "$2,000 fully paid up." The in voice attached to the type foundry's mortgage (there are said to be three si.ch instruments in existence) shows that the utittlt was listed at $00130. The actual cost, figuring off the dis counts, wus probably $150. Printers and paper houses have claims in pro fusion, but they nre not likely to lie satiBlied. A very few parties have subscribed and paid for the paper and also paid for brands and ottier adver tising in its columns. Perhaps their experience is worth what it has cost; it is theirs at any rate. The reaxou given out last spring why a iiew cylin der press was not bought for printing the World was that in a veiy shoit time Tub Chibktaim would he "done up," and then its press could he bought cheap. Well, Tub Ciiihttain has not beeu "done up" to any great extent at the present writing. City Council. liow'NiNovn.i.B, Dec. 7. IH'.il. Town of Downiugville, Cherokee Xa tion: At a meeting of lio Mayor and town council elect, alter uuliou uf tho result of the election, as follows: 8. J. Thompson, Mayor; M. Daniels, L. W. ltullington, W. L. Trott, 15. F. Former, Win. Little, council. Clerk Drew proceeded to administer the oulh of office to Thompson, Dan iels, liufligtou and Trott; Fortner and and Little were aliei-iii, Theto being a quorum present, tho houee was called to order by .Mayor ThompFon, and announced us being reiuly lor business. On motion of Mr. Daniels W. L Ti.oit a's chosen as temporary secre tary. Mr. I'.uliiugtoM moved that the may or be authorized to appoint a iar.-,li;ill to act tin I tl one cuuld bust-cured, Mr. Pai ks having already turned over tue star to Major 'I'.iouipnnn. Motion carried. There being no other business befoie the house Mr. Daniels moved to ad joi)rn. Carried W. L. Tbott, Sec. Dosnriivm, Dec. M, Ityl. Council met oil call of Mayor Thomp son. House called to order. Roll call showed present, Mayor Thompson, Councilme.i Daniels. Fortner, Biilling ton, Little and Trott. Quorum present.. Fortner and Little were called to the floor and the outl of office administered to them. Mayor Thompson then announced that the house was ready for business. Mr. Daniels called lor the reading of the minutes of the previous meet ing. They were reud and accepted. The piayor then stated that there were tli ree offices lit'cessary o be filled treasurer, clerk and constable. Dr. Fortner moved that Mr. Trott be elected clerk by acclamation of the house. Curried by a unanimous vote. Mr. Bullington moved that Mr. Dan iels be elected treasurer by acclimation. Carried. Next was the election of counstable by ballot. Cai ried. The names of leHo, Prather, Knight, Hums, Tittle and lsabeil were then preseuted by tho mayor, and voted on separately with considerable interest, resulting in tlieeleclion of ls abeil, he having received a majority of Ihe votes of Hie house. Mr. Trott then moved that 4 com mittee of two be appointed to aet with the mayor iu conferring with Judge Mason or Shacklefoid in reference to jurisdiction, Ac. Carried. Fortner and Little were appo!nted on committee. Dr. Fortner moved the clerk be in structed to leanest tha fx mayor and council and their officer, to meet the mayor and council elect in session Thursday evening, Dec. 10th. with re ports for settlement. Carried. There being no other business before the bouse, motion to adjourn was in order. Adjourned to meet Dec. 10, JS'd. W. L. Tbott, Clerk, Mills rltOI illAIB. W. G. tngley's residence la about com pleted . Mrs. Jim lUrmnn made her parrnta, at Artun, a visit la-t week Howard Slieierdson, eon or tha agent, la G.ail slrk with pnenmonia. sir I'.rarding has moved to toitn and oc cupied th oid skinner lions Pri-parattmis are brinf ma.le for a ChrUt mas tree at the church ChriMmsa nigtit. I. title Rne Sapplntnn la on the eick lil. Mrs. 11 S3 temping is also numbered vtlth the tick. ri.MH.ur 1111. 1, 11 mi. Ilallu r cool and rrosty. U11111I health as a gi-ni-ral tiling. R. 14 I rnard has birn on the slrk lint, but la better now. 1'roplu uround hern have rrfrived tlu'lr groceries and are well plraard so tar Joliu I.. Htrele, of lolu, Kitiisns, Is visit lug hla brolher-ln-law, John Cox, and finally Pleasant Hill aehool Is doing splendidly now, Miss Cox as teacher, A literary society has been orgauiced to inert every Tuesday night. Jit ShIKI KK (.INK It A I, NOTF.N. The court is working close, holding night ossloua. It will probably adjuurn by 1 hro-t mas There Is a moveatl along tho Hue fur full Jurisdiction to be given the courts for the Indian Territory Home of the Indians are ile. llvoriug addresses aud circulating petitions. There la much dlsciisslou among tha form era this fall In refrrrnce to thu propriety ol leaving off the growing of cotton aud planting wheat and eom The low price of cotion will not pay the expenses and a living, and many are compelled to go on credit limit another crop la made, or surfer. The oyster supper given last Friday evru- lug at Minrrva home waa the most enjoyable evcutof the season. Miss Alice Koherlsiin the principal , haa Jul t returned from the east where she has been lecturing In the Interest oftliellome. They will erect a new school building In the near future. Wm. Allen. Hill Minugh, and .lack Wil liams, who held up Joe kober here last Sun lay night, and robbed him ol a small sum of money and a watch chain, wore taken to Ft Smith by Deputy Marshal John Went, and each were held to the grand Jury, and In de fault of 1700 bond lur each, were committed. The ladles or the V, C. T. U, will give on oyster supper ou Friday evening. They are trying to raise money to pay for their n w building. It Is nearly completed and Is quite an addition to our town . Mrs. lliircha rrporta a very enjoyable time at the world's conven tion which she attended ai a delegate from the Indian Territory. N01H KTOI'ATltONSOFWOIK l.MF.II At till: HI It has become necessary to give notice that no deduction can te given frum our charges for tuition on account ol absence, unless that absence is caused by sickness and of two con secutive weeka' duration; absence Increases Instead of lessening the ill lllculty of our work, and catting down tuition only aggravates the Injury to us. Jons McCaiiihv, U-lu 1'riucipal. Klranl llyeing and Hrouring. Gents garments denned, dyed, restored, rr lustered, repaired and rrprrssed with skill aud dlBpalch . We use rust colors that will stand sunshine and weather. All pitch, pniut and tar removed as by magic frum any ratirlc. riease avail yourself of this opportunity, for this is not the usual advertising humbug but the real facts, all work guaranteed or no pay. ,1 . K IEkmiiii. Vinita, I T. nr, it IUfTloa lli'st Slot-Ural Skill for Klglit !M,intIis. Curnl In Two Mouths by Cutlrura Ut-metlU's. Thin 1 to wruTy ilmt arblM nf mine hi'I Eczema In iw wonti furiu,"aii(. hn i tci.MiMi tho bt niPtll cal "kill lli.'t couUi t emiilityrd ht-ro. The Hul ufft rer wast raj 'ed iu .'.it"y tor fit It-nul clthl Tim num. cix nnintri 01 that time it nuftvrlni wtin"lftitily untold, tJion I ln'iiitn the out; of thf 'ir tk riu Kemfihkm, tn two month the awful tl'HfniH' had ct'fiiMHt ii v iiiri'!iiu-t anil my dar I i n k buy batl'rewt, and to all Hi-poariint t, thu tl tu tu e IukI y u;1iUmI, but I ctiutlimcd the im-dirlne fur nuvenil month lifter no r.ice could Ihukm-ii of It 0:1 any part of h i body, 'i'titi doctor here wntrhed thf dlora with murb iiiUrn-itt, and could Otily ("y " WVIl dtnt! " 'l'h(? cane wan known far and wldn, mid pvTbdy wn luut lt tirpriird. JUit thutikn to t't'Tit rit Kr!Mi;iiKS. Could there bo ttivlhtiiit on nrlh thai would cauo m fathtT to re. Join- it fim ly would m h-n the litliu lntunt'iit one t,ou Id hfive iiu-h a rfini-.lv lit hanti. (Ko portrait ht'ruwiih.) J. A. NH !.:., liuLiktr liill, lud. A child wria tiroiiirbt to mo with chronic eczema that bad d'-tU'd atphiidid triMiint'iit fi'im many pood doctorn. Ait a rt kriilnr M . !., choutd have continued nirnil.'ir In-alnu tit, hut (huht It ucclert. to put It ou ( ITU r ha". 'I he hild i wi:l. p. h. til KNKV, M. !., boon, la. Cuticura Resolvent The new Jtlood mid Hkin l'tirlller. ititcru;tlly, nnit t'l'Tlt't'HA, tht urt-at Skin t'uie, and ft tu IHA Huap, the oxfjuinile hriin IttMutltier, i-xtcrtmlly, iu tatilly relievo and upeedtly curt- every dineaxf and humor of the iiktii, malp, nitd IiUxkI, with bmri of hair, from lufaucy to ae.fiom pimpUai to nerufula. Ji)i J everywhere. Price, Cl TtrrnA, .Vlo,; HtiAP, lirs.rJ.vffiiT, i?,1. 1'n-pared by the I'-itter 1)HIQ AND C'HKHM AL I 'oilI'UiUTlt V, Jionlnrt. af-8end for "How to t'ure tkin liteuneii,V 64 piiKc. 60 illuotrtitioim, and UJ teatiinonialai. BABY'S kii) and Scalp purith'd and hcnutinVti ty Ct Tti t ft sah, , huohih-ly juirf. WEAK, PAINFUL BACKS, Kidney and I'terluc Tains Mid M'rak. nesHiHi rrlirved in one nimiilc hy the t'ullcliiA Antl-llii riaslrr, the only ItisUoitiirous pain-kllling jilustrr. iu :t' iri.vr; iiitvM.r.::s. ror all Hiuer lt -lll I'a'll I'jn tka HNsiurl. Hjbsh Tra- Kallwiy Agent. l ake the Missouri, kansas X T"s lil-'.ll .rnln, (IU:l,t in ) to St 1. mils and all points at via t. Louie. The nioml iir (: a. m ) :siu toC'lilr,i -,i l.nd all pi'lnti riint via t.'hi .H.:ti, arrlvliu there next nmrning in time fol all rr-nl and north b.iond route, lloth night ait't drty Halns liril-r iniliirelKinm for all w est . r ;ioiiiis nt Ii uu.-.as lily, liiinifh f,irrr vice to O ti' i.,o, St. Lnuis an t Kiimss tliy i niivi-iit' iiis may be luiidr ahnid fur sleep ers, by a.-plylng to loriil ai;enl. Kxrur-im lirkets ou sale dully to all southern und t II r,,rnla polnta, going and returning ondifler rnt rontra, lirkets good six mouths. An; rurther Information drslrrtl wlil be ciirrrl'ullv fliriilshrd on apdlcatlon to A. O. I' a. A -- . iiK.tnn'nnn, torTii kakot.. Tile i r blem of easy accrRS to tlie nbovt point is row solved by the opening of tbo nes line of the llurlUi(.non Koutu U-to t'uta live cltj of the llluek Hills country. On Frhruiiry 1st the new bnmch of tUo H. A M. R It. leaving the main llnp of tho lllaik llilla ritci slon at EiVcmont, S. D.. was ejeni-O fiT busiiiift, thus supplying lloiifMt ivont i a dln-ct all ruil line fnml the allsncuri river tc thr Black Hills, The service and equipment or the new line will be up to the usual hltih !un tf.ml of Hurllnirton Koute traii;s a- A mill c . ai st of day coaehea and rulimjn ral.ic? el Ing curs. A through Pullman &k--piT wii leave Omaha duily at t0:ia a. m., uirlvti.g Vr Duudwood the ncitday at lS.nt noon. Parties from south and ca.t of Kans:ia City or SI Jose;h can ukp a through ale ptn? crr li nvi;. Kansas City at 11:1,1 and St. Joseph nt 11:4.1 p m. for Lincoln, arriving there tho t.nxt mori.tn Ii ample time to make connucthm with the liirougu sleeper for Dradwood. TUe Hurling, ton went bound through trains f:om Bt. lxul? also make direct oonnectloa with thia aleepei at Lincoln. For further inf. -rmatlon In regard to ra es, etc.. call on or addrt as H. O. Orr, O. 8, W. P A., 0 Main St., Kansas City, Mo., or A. C. DAWES. Q. P. t T. Agt.. 8t. Iiuis. BilTM, FOB SAI.K, LOST, slUtl 1.11. )TOLK', IF-ach notice, of the character li.dieated ,no exceeding lirrv svoro will be innrrlril two wreks ander thia heading lor fifty i ikrs.1 STRAYKPfiR STOI.KN-One small sorrel, balil-laced horse, one bay and one roan liire, all 4 years old and branded L I L on It-it hip. Doe dun horse .U or lo years ol.l . In andrd XOX on left hip, VVill payf'Si reward lor wt- tion ol tnief; if strayed will pay lo f-,r infor mation. L. W. alarks, Vinita. 1. T. II-lu STKAyKl) A dark brown hore mole. 6 years old. U hands high, msne and tail rr"h ly cropped. Is In good condition. Leave infoi rnatton with V n. C Meters, Vinita. . !'. liti. Full SALE A No I pattern for a farm; acres enclosed ; ovrr 40 acres broken ; .'i.'i sowed In w Ural story and a hall box bonne, thr e rnnms- The land eaittml he snriissrd lur frr lllilv; plrnty ol good timber; place is Incated 5', 'mile west of li.iil. I T , at tlie head of Htur cr,-rk vsllry; rxceMeitl nc rh Irir h'od : fcltool hon-eone nule rn.t: a l"retlv ter'an rhnreh brina built there also; price TKl, nlty per cent rrunirrd lo t- lie paid d'w n . bslsnre on rrswonalilr lerm will In terest and good security Ki,r tnrthrr psrlle niars call ou or addri ss. J A Forrmsn, r m 1. Jud. lef. 14-IT Koll t ' t 1 "' 'I'l'utll'l mortniijira wltli 'owt-r ol sie," nio ri'Kiiliti inn AiKiuimuw Hild turtitory puttoiti, Hi IIiih oillco, I'll mutton ('liill Cure ( Ki'Kiilar nml TuHioloea) In lliu only ri-ini'ily iichi'i i li ed tij- ilt.vifiiiiiN. Kor unlo by VV',0. ration A Vo. A cu'vr lot of lliouo irourlail ctiattul inurn,-i.'i;n, witli jjowt-r of lo, liavr jiml licuti priiitc.tl at tills ollice. Kcnit in yotir onlera. Our Kit It's of I'liiiitalion Chill ('tire (KiMular ami TiiHtfleaM) exiocil in amoiiti t, of nil ni In-i n toi'lhor. ! yr nule by V. C. I'm ton A Vo. We refund money in every iiihtitiit'e if I'lniit jitiuti ('liill (Jtiro (lieijtilar ami TaHteloHH) ever fails -but it nevwr fails. For nala bv W, V. I'atlon A Vo. W lion iu Clictoin,K.HH!iH, stop at lli Nationul hotel, A. M. Htroilo, proprio or, if you want lirHt-class aeiioiiimoila ioiia. Kates $2.00 per day. Wo would not urtre an article with out merit. Wo ure ami trnarnnlee I'lantiitiou Chill Cure, (Keular ami TiiHtelcss). 'or Halo by W. V. Futton A Co. Stop ami thinkl llaiitation Chill Cure (Ueuular ami Tasteless) cures 'M ciiHi sotitcf every huuilreil, nml jinee only 60 euDta. tor stle by W.C. l'at- tou A Co. For pain in tho sioimtch, colic, ami clioleia morbus theru is nolhinu better tli an Ci li ti in be 1 1 ii I n ' a Colic, Cholera ami liiarrhoea Ueinedy. For sale by W. C. I'M ton A Co. Why pay 75 cents or $1.00 when you can buy Plantation Chill Cure (lii'ijii lar and Tasteless) for 50 cfltits, which Is utiaiaiiteed to cure you. Forsale by W. C. 1'utton & Vo. A chronic kicker is had enough, but a ciiutiiiujl scrateher is worst), (letter imitate a mule than a hen. limit's cure will do up Ihe worst case of itch known. 1'riee "0 cents. Sold by W. C. Cut ton, Vinita. As a mild, pleasant anil reliable ca thartic, Cheatham's Tasteless Castor Oil is without a parallel. .No trundle to take it; no trouble to administer to children. It ia simply great, i'rico 2 cents. .Sold by H I.. Hunh, Chouteau. That tired feeling which is experi enced by so ninny people living iu ma larial districls can he cured by taking tirove's tasteless chill tonic 50 cents. Is as pleasant as lemon ay nip. To w t I he genuine ask for Urove's. Sold by Morrow A Co., Tulsa, I. T. 10-21 O rove's tasteless chill tonic is a per fect malarial liver tonic and blood pur ilier. Removes biliousness without puryiiiif. As pleasant as lemon syrup, it is as lartre as any dollar tonic and retails fur Title. To (jet the genuine ask for tiroev's. Sold by Morrow A Co, Tulsa, I. T. JO-'-T You run no risk. A II driiL.'ists iiunr- atitee tirove's tasteless chill tunic to do all Hint Ihe uia.iiilacturers claim for i t. Warranted, no cure no pav. There ate many imiiiitiiuis. Tovretthe tien uiiie, UHk fur tiruve's. Sold by Morrow Co., I ulsa, l. I 1U i'l Wealth is supposed to irive e;ise, but what if the porseFsor hapi ens to have chills? Why, he shuti.il simply e.x chantfe "iO or ") cents of his w ealt h fur a bottle of Cheatham's tasteless chill tonic and bis esse would be restored. It nlwnvs cures chills, (iuaranteed. Sol. I by U. I,. HaiiL'h, Chouteiiu, 1. T. A lady wasfo reduced in tlesh last mi ii i mil fro in chills that she actually hud to wear sut-peiiilors to keep her corset up A friend advised her to try ('In-ill liuin's tasteless elnll tonie. She lid ro und thsl pnir of suspenders is for sale. She now tips the beam al 100 lbs. Sold bv W.C.I'altoniH.'o .Yiiiila. A lontf felt want supplied at last. A plena. iiit castor oil. It is known as ChcHt liatn's tasteless castor oil. Chil dren take it with delight, any time of lav or ii it'll r . sweet as honey and ust us ellective as the ordinary sickenino; kind that we have lirn used to I m e .'") cents. Sold by .1 i. Ihtw son , A fton , 1 . 1' Malaria produces weakness, ectieral debility, biliotiMiess, loss of appetite, iiiililistiin and conrl i pal ion. tirove's I a si e less ch ill tonic, removes t lie cause w hich produces lliese troubles. Try it anil you will lie delighted. 50 cents. To tM't Ihe genuine n n k for tirove's Sold by Morrow A Co., Tulsa, I T. 10-'Jl Ch 'H'.lia n's Ta.itele-s Chill Tonic has gradually made its way iuiu every soul hern Slate, we luitibt say, every southern family. It could not have dono this had it not been a medicine ol rare merit. When yon have chilis give ii an honest trial and it w III surely cure you. I'i Ice, 50 and 75 cents, (iuar anteed. Sold by .I.IMawson,.Vftoti,I. I'- lliu Lien's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the w orld for (Tuts, Hiuises, Sores, I'liers, Salt, Kheitni Fever sores. Tetters, Chapped Hands Chilblains. Corns, ai;d all Skin F.rup timis, and pusitively'curea files, or uc pav re'iuiied. It is L'tiariinleed to uivt ,i.-rfcct satisliiction 0- money refiiudi'd i'lii e '? cents per box fcur sale by W ( i'attoti A Co. A son of Mr. M . 1). I'usser, a mer chant of (iihralli r, X C, was so badly a III id i d with rhi iininl ism fol a yea ror more lis to be unable to work or to aehool. Ilia father coiulu led to try ( hatiiberlain's Fain Uiilm on the boy. It soon ! ii i ed him and he bus since walked one and a ball miles lo school and hack every school dav. 50 cent bottles forsale by W. C. Patton it Co. JSVril Vm. We desire lo say to our citizens, t'. tt i uars we have been selling I'r. xtiijf'H X Discovery for Ciit.siioip toii, I'r. Kino's New Fife Pills, liui k icii's Arnica Salve and F.lectric Hitters, ai d have never handled remedies that si II as wi ll, or that have triven anch nniveiH.il sat isfai tion . Wo do not hiMtate to i'liaranlee them every ti lite, ind we stand ready to refund the pur chase pi ice, if satisfactory results do tint follow their tise. These remedies Pave won Heir ureat poptilariiy on Putlou A Co Midi' merits. V. C Ii iooi; ti.. A are l:tvestmr:it ni". I.;,-,, is oi;.,r mil t-d to briny; mil ..ii!j f '..cj , ,r ti'-iilt.t. or in case ot l.iiinn a rei ii n of puriii use price. On ! los :i te pi in voti can liuv fiom our 'V itisi- l I'riiooist bottle of Ir iviiiL'"s Xew I'iM-overy for (y'lisunip 'ion. It is o 'dfanteed to brinii relief in every ease, w hen n-ied for any alh-e-lionol Throat, l.m'irs or Chest, such a con mi in p i Ion. in h animation nlTiintrs. r-romhitia, Al:ims, Wlinopiiic t'onoh. Croup, etc. It is pleasant at-" soreeable to l.iiip. perfectly safe, and rim nlwnvs be depended upon. Tliu! Pol lie free at W. C. P.tlton A Ca's, ii mstore. The laws ol health nre tsnlit in Ihe fi hoels; hut not in a way to he uf mm h pritelieal lienelit, ami are never illus trated tiy livitur examples, which in many rases niie.ht easily lie done. If a K-holiir vt ho ha I just contrneted a rol l :is drought liefore the setiiml, so that all could hear the dry,liar.1, eniiiili and know its sik!iiitii'atiee:scp tli thin hits con in ir on the ton icne and Inter, ss the cold di-velnped, see the iirofuse wUory en pert nra! i ni and I lie alert disehar t'e from the nose, not one of Iheni would ever fortrct what the f.rst sympiums ol cold were. I he scholar should then he civen (.'hainherlaiirs cooh rcmedv treelr, that all miht see that even a severe cold iniiriit he cured in ime or I o ds vs. or at least , et at ly mitigate I hen properly treated as sunn ss the first symptoms appear. This remi dv is f.iiii'ins for its cures ot roughs, col. I and croup, it is made esperinllv tor tin-He dieases. and is Ihe most prompt and most reliahle medii ine knowo l,,r the purpose. ,Vlrent tiottles lor sa'e by XV. C. ratton A Co. A Few Sound Facts ! SKINNER &BATCLIFF Know the wishes of the People; is but reasonable they should Jow the demand is for IVTew Clothing, Boots, Shoes, etc. The needs of "livery member of the family 1 Receive careful attention by AX this firm they handle no shoddy goods. Oight upon us is the cold JL1' weather A nd to make preparations is 1X the duty:of all. nPalk to our clerks of what you need in fplo thing" and Dry "Goods and they will very T ikely show you jus"twhat you need. Tt is a pleasure to them to do so. lor Groceries and all General Merchandise our friends will find us fully pre - parqd. G. B. CLhM)i.NMiG, Chctopa. Kas. DEALER IN nuv nnnn n.DnD m ' ' PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT. g.? Wo desiro to say to tlio people of tho Indian Territory that wo can muka It to thoir interest to trudo w ith us. Come in and prico our goods. G. B. CLENDENNING, Qune4m CHETOPA, KANSAS. BUSH'S PHARMACY, Chctopa, - - Kansas, Finest Drug Emporium in Southern Kansas. DRUGS ! DRUGS I TOILET .A-nTlCX-ZIS, T'TZJZTTJIZZZJZ-Z-, ETC. All presci ijitious fillet! by an experienced pharniai-ist. Mall orders will receive prompt uttention. Kaekloy Ulixik, Manlo St., (Juno 4 6m) CHETOPA. KAS. ifiwis! If mis! DIM fgxmm f litis MM mp' Brilliaut A FULL CAR CO OK NG wjw HEATING Wood or Coal Stoves. CALL YV1V1Z INSPECT STOC1L FULL LINE OF HARDWARE, Etc., Etc. , for. saijId riv VINITA S BIO HARDWARE MAN mm .-j turn m. f LOAD FOR W.W.MILLER morrr-'Gioirii-r. cahda. J. TilOMI'SOs RESIDENT MiXTlST, v'initu, - - - Ind. Ter. Jtuonis nortticitnt corner opera house, econd floor. IOIITMIK ii HAtillV, I' 1 1 V I ( : I A X 8 A K U IU. J EON S , VINITA, (!. N. Ollice in new Patton building, up staiis. J )K. A. M. CLINK SO ALES, I'lIVSICIAN ami SUIIUKON, VINITA. 1. T. Oltli-e n i stsirs In Kaynionit building. Ilesl ileie e be t eeu tlm tun uliiirelies, at the lir, r riiii.ee ilsee. Piles unit vilier Itectnl truubles a siiectaltr. 11-41 A H t OI.I I.NS, M. ., 68-X U. 8. KxAMlXIMi Sl'KGKON, llitreau u( I'etisiuns. Fail'land, : ; jJ l'.IIAVSHS, Ind. Ter. 8 27 PHYSICIAN & SUUGEON. Visit, - I. T. CitlLs iinmiptly uUciuk-d tonight or day. jj SlTElT"sTATI 1 0M MlloTtK, Fikst Division, Ind. Ter. Vinita, lud. Ter. Salil lii'liniisniotler's llirisilil'tlnll esteiwls over the eouiury o:i-iiiieil by the Imlian trlbea III tlie 1;mhj.iiw lininii fony, ami all that liurt el the Lherukee eoiinlry esl the nine ty slsth ineriiliaii, sml all tlie Creek country. Is .'-ullie.il. nnisry iuhlli:( takes tleusltliins, aeKlluwIeiljflliellt ol lit'tnis, lllurlKSKeft, etr., siileliuii.es niarriniies: lias ail the iiowers ot coitiiniMKioiieir. ol ciieuit court In criminal eas es; jiirisilii-tlun to the uimiinit or tlisi in civil ceses. loiirt lielil el Vinita. J nil. Ter.. and open ilnily, exeeit siiinlas. Also as dejiulj clerk, ihsues llimris.;!! licensee. Aim tiiiiiiiiissKiiier ol the Court of Clniins for the luiiinii 'lerritory. I IIAUI.KS li .1VISHIJK, United Mutes Commissioner. 4-IOtf lirstllivisonlnU. ter. w J II. KOIOCdiAY, A.M., LL. It., ATTORN E Y-AT-LAW, VINITA, I. T. Will tirsi-tlee iu all the l:. S. courts for tha Iniliun 'lerritory. Col lections looked arter, u ml all biliiiiiess promjitly attended to. -'AU JIiniSTO.N A MOKiYOOJ), LAWYERS. M. M. Fumiston, Muskogee, I. T. A. H. Norwood, (Jbelsea, I. T. i. iiiaii, 8 18 J. LA WYER, Vinita, I. T. Practice in circuit and district courts of Delaw are and (jooweescoovvee, and supremo court of Olierokee nation. J 0.'ATII.YN (iOICK and F. .11. SMITH, .Vl(orncjs-At-I.nw, (leneial Collection and Loan A(rents, Will iirnrticc iiT tlie U. S. Court. Vinita, - - Ind. Tkb. .Ii'inii Imti linre It, nihil t' . s . Commissioner anil I ii!iiiiiiMi,iter of lieeilal'or the steles ol Kan sus. Missouri. Arkui-sas suit Texas. U-17 I) 1. K1.I.I0TT, 1013 I'l.Vni! fiit-iv T T NOTARY I'L'in.K'', 1st' 'JUDI CIAL DIVISION. All llee.ln, MortciiKes, Atllilavlts, Ilepoai tions, sureties to bomls ami all legal Inslru nieiits aeknowleiUeit A iithori in lo takeap-(itii-iitiiimi ti,r iniirriBiii- licenses and writs. A KI A II 111! IPS, VIN ITA, I. T. , ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL ORS AT LAW. Collections und general litiga tiun. )35 T. II Kit MAX, (hctopu, Kan., n.,! Parlor and Bedroom Furniture i'Lf lnr'i-st btork in BmUirn kantias. WOOD ,v METALIC COFFINS. I'riic M en I Kniliulnier. Telegraih orders at-ti-n le. : r . 1 1 1 1 , t ly . Scientific American Agency forf K' DESIGN PA 1 .NTS COPYRIGHTS, etc. Trr I'iT.il ;r-n jirrt five iTartlhoi'V wiito tn MI NN t i HtiiiMiw V, Ni-W Yum?. Ci'i i nt. viu f ir fi muii; p.Ui'iitfi tn AimTioa, I"'.Vl:;v IillM'I T ;t Ls'l i (r:l 1 V 1 tmtiltfht M'fIQ lltu f-ni'iic t) u ant u t' j-ivcii tiut; ul cliTKtt u tbn Scientific. 2tucfau IJ.T'.-',t c!i ."ii;ir;.' t,f nv r-tTit i f pftlMT tn tha V.rll r i , , i' , , i . ' V i:i-:i:ll, t(. ,"o htfl!lL'!lt ii.jm ph. m. i.i : lMih. iu n. Wct'Uv, ;.oii a j -.nr: 1. ' nt..i il,, A-l.!r.-s MINN & CO., 11 kiU;lli.i, o 1 I'.U .tdlMl), v W iork. Patronize Home Industry ! P.ny your i Trees, Vines, Small Fruits, Eoses, &c. - from tin1 Vinita Nurseries. W'c will Infill tligfrinp, packing anJ fliii'iiinf,' aluuit the tirtt of No vember Mini continue until frozen tviatlar pro-vents. We have, ! iitnon? oilier fdnck, aliout 120,000 Oi.c and Two-Venr-tV, J Apple i Tree, (very line) to oiler to the i fall trade at vki:y i.ow rnici:s. Tlio-e i.-hinii to plant this fall s-lioulii order early so as to insure prompt attention. Write for price 1 i-t. Address, MARKS it FRAZKi;, Vinita, I. T. Ali stoi k i:w:uaiitei d true to name. JOHN SAFTV .-i:M:t. A, MISSOURI, F U It X ITU UK, COFFINS, CASKETS. ETC il furiiiir" t' (ftrlics in the Cherokee Na?,' n at rt-h l'rirr n li-re. ami prepay ml !r . r i -1 ct art:. 1 . 3 -rir- :.! t-. l- '- trs)Mi irt-ntpily att ndci to. tint' nt.- t r i h! rT "Tt vt Tiie mefirr estl ii.iMm Htm jua mt, hot .Mf JOHN srT, SlXLlA, .... alls-OVRI.