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Si-'S 3 Yaw In A.lva.a. I'ulillliitt Tliurailiivk liy I'llH llUIAN OlIIKt TAIN I'l HUHilNU OlIMI'AKY , 1. M. MAItltS, K.IUor. M. E. HII.FOKD. Mnnnif.T. Vinita, Ini). Tkr., Ant. 14, lS'.M Litti.k Hock is to get a military post. Tiik Pliilaili'lpliia mint cuiiii'il 94,OOO,0(X) (.clinics last ycur. Nkquoks have jilutlml two town sites in the now country to be opened on the 19th. Tuesday, the l'.'th inst., at noon is tho titim ileciilt'J on for the open ing of tho Cheyenne unil Arapahoe country. The corner Hlontt of the Grunt monument in New York will tie laid the 27th intit. by President Harrison. The Cherokee Live Stock asso ciation will go into the courts and try to have the note they executed to this iialion declared Void. prejudiced would not like to H;IV to the better class of white labor ers that come into our country. "If you don't 3iko our laws, j;et out." They cannot iiU'oitl to fay it. Wo take it that this country needH all the honest laborers it can get. No country ever bad too many laboring people. Our law makers would do well to ft inly this matter carefully, and it they hnd it necessary to have a permit law it tdiould be enforced upon all alike and no nartialitv hIiowii to any one. It is tho opinion of Tiik Ciiikktain that it is not necessary to have a tax on labor and that the present law should either be amended or repealed. 1 he Shawnee Sun. a new, neat and newsy paper comes to our ex change table, edited and published by E. G. Phelps, Shawnee, Okla homa. IN eriTE ol the yells ol "keep Bolter, (ins," lrom the Advocate, Sentinel, and Arrow, the Tele phone Btill keeps in the lead of tin Tahlequah papers. The man who is so well pleased with himself as to have a poor opinion of others, and believes that everything h says or does is both Bmart and funny, needs to be visited by a missionary. And now, within a few days, the country is to sufler another shame ful rush ol boomers into Indian lands. May the good Lord deliver the five tribes from being overrun by the land hungry boomer. The new national lihrary at Washington will cover three acres of ground and cost 8(5,000,000. It will contain room for 4.000,000 volumes, which is twice as many as any public library in the woibl has. Caddo was struck by a cyclone Sunday night and badly damaged, but no one was killed. The Ban ner oflice was wrecked again, for the first time since the Indian Ter ritory Press association assembled in that town last October. It IS estimated that there are 300,000 head of cattle in Texas in the territory between San Antonio and the coast now awaiting ship ment north. Shipments began April 1. The major portion of these cattle will be unloaded in various parts of the Indian 'ter ritory. It is said that genuine silver counterfeit dollars are now in cir culation in abundance. The great diflerence between the bullion and the coin value of silver has in duced counterfeiters to make silver dollars of standard weight and quality in order to enjoy the piotit which now accrues to the government. It is not opposition to the ulti mate ratification of the Strip trade by congress that is causing so much dissatisfaction among the people of this nation, but it is the pro visions of the agreement that iiis pleases the people. We will prob ably never get Mny more money for it than the agreement calls for, but the discriminating clause in that agreement whereby a few lavorites get the lion's share is particularly rasping to the rank and file of the citizens of the coun try. That the trade will event ually be ratified there is little doubt, but it will only be after congress has amended it, aud it nmy be without the concessions that were so desirable to make a part of the deal. Put in the event of its ratification the citizens of this country should exercise the rights of petition and demand of congress that the proceeds be paid direct lo all those who are entitled lo share in the distribution. THE PERMIT LAW A BAD ONE. The recent enforcement of the permit law in Cooweescoowee district and the consequent im posing of a fine upon several in dividuals has created no little stir and led to the discussion of the question from various standpoints. It is generally conceded were every one who is guilty of a viola tion of the peitnit law to pay a Erie of fifty dollars there would be no lack of funds on which to run the government. It is also quite a question with many as to whether it is really expedient for the Cher okee government to raise revenue by a tax on labor. The Cherokee." have abundant means to run their government without a permit tax, and the money raised by the per mit tax never has nor never will amount to much toward defraying the expenses of the government. Every one is aware that very lit tle of this money finds its way into the national treasury. The most POWEROF MORAL INFLUENCE There are comparatively lew people in this busy world of ours who properly estimate the value of moral influence, especially the in lluence ot the older people upon tho younger generation. The man or woman who goes out fishing or hunting on the Sabbath may be so busy during the whole week that it is impossible to get away for any recreation w ithout serious loss, but they are setting an example to their young friends that may do them great harm. The habitual and olteu unthoughted desecration of the Sabbath by grown up peo ple has a very demoralizing in fluence upon the younger genera tion. It begets within them an idea that the Lord's day is a day to be observed or not, as occasion seems to dictate. Young people's ideas ot the sacredness of Sunday and their reverence for the same is largely due to the influence of older people. Moral influence is the great power that has always kept tho evil element of the world in subjection. There is no esti mating the moral power of one man's influence. Away among llni Uocky mountajns it is said there Is a spring so small that a single cow on a summer's day could drain it dry. It steals its way along down the mountain sides and through gorges until it emerges into the beautiful Arkansas river. Thence it stretches away hundreds of miles. leaving on its banks more than a score of towns and cities and many hundred cultivated farms and mag nificent orchards, and bearing on its bo-oin hall a thousand .team boats. Then joining the Missis sippi it stretches away some live hundred miles more till it falls into the great "emblem of eternity." It is one of the great tributaries of the ocean which is obedient only to God. So with moral influence. At first a rill, then a livub t, then a mighty river, and by-and by an ocean, boundless and fathomless. HENRY CLAY DEAN Has a Bout With tho Sage of Tanglewood. tied up in twenty year leases held by foreigners, so that even her own citizens cannot work them it they ami all 11, is in accordance with mi act of fhe national council, t Ho nuilior ol which, I am in formed, is none other than ('apt. Jackson. A nice way to develop(?) the, resources ol a country. 1 he chivalrous captain's appeal to the ladies in bis la-t communication is only a frantic effort of bis lo kei the sheepskin from being torn oil ami of bcinu revealed in his true colors. I will close this common icatiou by again asking the ones tion: "What did you give lur your interest in the land of the Cherokee nation and from whom did you purchase it? Hknhy Ci.ay Dean, "Procrastination is the thief of time" and we had belter divide fitir lands. Now gentlemen of the non-citizen press, don't let us hear you say we are in favor of allot ment. We are in favor of a straight divide and "you are mt in it." Atoka Citizen. The April number of the South west Land and Investment Jour nal, published at Waco, Tex., by the M., K. & T. U. K., Is bristling with information about Texas. A copy will Im sent free on applica tion to K. 15. Parker, assistant gen eral passenger agent, oO'J Chestnut street, St. Louis, Mo. "About Texas" is a "heap," and we re spectfully suggest to our boomer friends that they turn their eyes southward and not grow gray wait ing tor homes in the Indian Ter ritory. "Caaar" Oets a Round. Vinita. I. T , Airil II. Eihtok Chieftain: In your last issue I notice an article signed Ciesar," which starts out with the astonishing statement that 00 per cent, of the illegal business carried on in the Cherokee nation was "daddied" by the adopted cit izens by marriage. I would like to answer "Ciesar" bv saying that the man who undcitakes to do business in this nation without competition is left, and it occurs to me that "Cu'sar" has had bis tail mashed," which accounts for his roaring. Ah, there, "Ciesar? U-.NAKA. Echo, I. T. , April 12. Eurrou Chieftain: Some weeks ago ('apt. in. Jackson, of 1 angle- wood (a new place to uie), in an article published in The Chieftain starts out as though he was going to defend the white man's rights m the Cherokee nation In his first article he claims that the white adopted citizens have an equal right 10 the son ami mouths and everything pertaining to the Cherokee nation. Upon this ques tion I took isMie with Capt. Jack son, and in behalf of my race pre sented, as be-t I could, the other side ol the question. After a silence of several weeks Capt. Jackson again comes to the front, not as the advocate ol the white man's rights only, but ho rein forces himself bv espousing the cause of the whole adopted ele ment in Ibis nation. 1 he captain is evidently anxious to increase lis following, for I will venture tlit; assertion that of all the idopted white men in Delaware hstrict a corporal s guard could not be mustered that" share Jack son's views in regard to their ights in the country. The cap tain s zeal in the cause in which he tarted out (the white man's rights) Incomes ' unmanagable ami runs over and spills out until it ncludes t lie whole adopted ele ment in the country. Wonder how long this government would stand if all the adopted citizms believed as Capt. Jackson believe.-? It I nil not mistaken the captain man ifests a desire to discuss the rights of the Delawares and Shawnees for a purpose. But I will state now ind here, that in mv humtile opinion their rights do not ektend west ot the '.Kith meridian, and 1 base my opinion upon the agree ments entered into with these peo ple and, wherever land is men tioned at all it is explicitly b- ated east ol Vb , and I believe that none but Cherokees by blood have any right to share in the dis Iributlon of the money arising from the grazing privileges or from the sale of the lands west. The time is coming is now here wh-n these questions must be settled, ami an honest discussion will not hurt either j-ide. When the Cher okees sold the Delaware and Shawnees an interest in the land; of the Cherokee nation it was spe cifically stated that the land was east of iti"', and they never re ceived one solitary cent for any thing west of the above mentioned line. The Delawares and Shaw-1 It is learned that Joe Itiley shot and Killed a uneroKce Indian on Grand liiver one day last week. Sometime after the killing, Jon Itiley and Nick Mitchell were oc cupying a room together at a house near the asylum in the territory, ind a woman belonging to the I iiuily went into the room for some purpose after the two men had re tired. Her approach frightened the suspicious liiley, who said to his companion: "There they come," meaning the friends of the man who Riley had killed Mitchell at once leveled his gun ami idiot the woman killing her instantly. The woman's name is not known. Siloam Locomotive. FREE FOR The St TWELVE MONTHS. Louis Republic Twloa-a-WoBk, Free for one year, to any person sending a club of four new yearly subscribers, with four dollars to pay for the same, and enclosing, with the order, this advertisement, clipped Iron tbis paper. Anybody can ja-ily raise a club of four, and get the biggest, cheapest and best paper published in America free, this great campaign year. Sample copies and lull particulars will be sent on application. Address, The Republic, St. Louis, Mo. It is proposed to run from New York to Chicago, at the time of the dedication of the Exposition buildings, ten special trains, ten minutes apart, each train to have elaborate decorations and music. It is believed that fully ",000 pen pl will want to make the trip It is the intention to have in New York, both preceding and succeed ing this triumphal procession, im posing ceremonies of a commemo rative character These include n civil and industrial pageant rep resenting the landing of Columlnis nod historic scenes lrom bis life, unveiling of a Columbus statue in Central Park, a grand banquet and choral festival. Prominent citizens of New York, including members of Spanish and Italian eoceties, are perfecting the plans. Largest Reserves of Wheat. The March report of distribution of wheat and corn by the statisti cian ol l be Department of Agricul ture showed the stock of wheat in growers' hands J 71 ,00 ).0H0 bushels, or 20 percent of the crop. This is, the largest reserve ever reported, that of the largest prev ious crop (of 1SS1) being only ('",. 000,000 bushels. The exports from July 1 to March 1 were Kit, .O,0OO bushels. The a-sumed consumption from March 1, ism, to March 1 ISO:!, is ,"00,Oi Ml,000 bushels fur a population of t J .300, 000; the exports 20l',000,000 bush els; the seed 5li.000.000 bushels a distribution of oliU.OOO.OOO bushels. With 41.000,000 visible and 171. (KKI, UK) invisible stocks there are 27.000,000 bushels not directly accounted for except in the squez ing of reserves, mainly from un counted stocks of 11 our. The esti mated quantity of corn in farmers' hands is SG'.I,(XX,XXJ bushels, or 11. S per cent, of tlie'cmp. Thi is the largest proportion ever re ported, that of lNsJ excepted, which was 4-V'J per cent., or 'J70, 000,000 bushels. 'The seven principal States have a surplus of ;'il, 000.000 bushels, or 41.5 per cent, of the product, against 0i7, 000,000 from the crop of 16'.). The proportion merchantable js the largest ever reported, is 5 per cent, against So. 7 two years ago. The average of eight previous crops of S2. per cent, and the low est pver.ige 60 for the frosted crop HUU4III I liny your Trees, Vinoa, Small Fruits, Roses, 4.0. front tli Vinita Nursery, wk havk to offer to tiik simmno tkadk among otiikk stouk. 100.000 One anil Two-Yt-nr-OhJ ' AiIe Tn-e.s, (very line) tit VEIIV LOW PIMCKS Tiioso wi.sliing to plant tins taring bhouKl order t ally ho uh to jnHire prompt attention. Write for price list. Addrt-HS, MARKS & FKAZEF, Vinitu, I. T. All Block guaranteed true to name MMK k. " Wliert-as my im-liMinl, John I- Cooley, Imn (iiwttritMj iiiu tviiimiu cttUKt! or irvitiitimi i ail I'tTttohM art hen-by not. Him) thai I H ilt not jiay any biHit. iM:ouitl or imiImh whleli h mny ijhyu matte jii mr u nmrrn Ti, iKfl, nir Mliy u lui'h h mny limit r futvs or Ijert'af U r Ontvl April II, KH Mahy Cohlky. (Ktr-t tiTiltllcKUnn April 7. iMti ) 0-3tf AD.VIMM KVlUlt H 01I( K. Notice I hereby kuimi Hint ln-ri nf admin. Inlratmii mi the nr-ihte ut .ruim-H VV, Arm Mtrmitt, liH'HAntl, w.-rt n riinlel l Oi uinter- iKncil tiy tlit lUimrnbie .lumen M. Hh hc It t ! font, JtiiU f thr I'uUf.l htaici curt within the, fr'irnt Jti'ticiHl iliviHlon of thn iutlUit I vr rh'TY, Uti'. April I , A I Iv.rj, Now UiHrefMrH, nil permitm having nlftinti nKHlnwi mm hi I'ulitlw ar requtrwl ti ihitit 1 1 1 (4 iti , (nmrty mttheiitirMvri for allmviinri, to lha tuUnhiiHlrnior. within one Vfitr atier tli tiitta fif ntfl (flier, or thv mny n rt eiuite I from any hoiieflt In nhhI rntu nm It mi rli I'lttims b not txhlih i wiihiri two yenr front the ln(e or Hnht letter. Oiny hall hi f"r evr ham. I ami ineclud.-J lrom any benefit rroin aniit estate, 8lI.AH M AllltTH'NO, Administrator or the estate of James W, Arm airoiiir, iert'H(il, late April 2, A. ! l"tW W . It I ibMi attorney for almliilntrator rosri itm.LKirN o k nut a i k, AuthoiUln Tnt Khat KatUiMl Hank of VlnlU to Commrnri ltulura. t llKAhl HV OM'AKIMkNT OiHi: of oinpiroiler of the Cnrfenfy W ahhi NiiTiiN. March Irtfi. WitfCHKAH, by Htitactory rvMeitctt irennl eo" to thti umienuKMf 'I . it lii be;'ti mailc to ap pear that " 1 he KithI National Hank of Vini ta," in the town ol V uilta, in t iu rnken na tion , Indian Territory, lian compile! with all the pro ikiuiii of the Htatttle of Hit (hilled HtatMH, rmulreil tu Or complied with belore an aftot'iaLiof) ahall be authorized tu commenea the hiiHtieftn of banking, Now 111 m it it it it , I. Kd wardS I,artY. Comn . t roller ol the Currency, do hereby certify that 1 he rirxt National litink ol Iniia in the town of Vioita. in I herokea nnttnii. Indian Territory, la authorised to commence the Inn. tneaa of bankiiiK a provided in section fifty one hundred and aiKty-nine of the iteviaed Statutes ofthe I' in ted Mlateit In lehilmony Whereof, witne my hand and fn of olltce tlila nth HKAtJ day ol -Vlarch. K S I.Atav. 2-Xl So. 47"J. t'ompl ol Ihe Currency . VlEj hi 1 , in It, U bi M V 7n C3 u nr? IV-C v . j h uut! c , UMn-r-HfjrrM.-t. -,i. & red"- CELEBRATED flassillon Engines, Threshers, Stackers and Saw Mills, And the Largest Line of Farm Machinery in the Cherokee Nation consisting in part of The Weir Castor Wheel Gang Plow, Breaking and Stirring Plows, Corn Planters, Check Rowers, Cultivators, Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Road Carts. JOSEPH HUNT,.. Vinita, I. T. Further Particulars Later. FOI I JSJ n BARBED WIRE. I J U I 1 U The uiiilnmiKiip I linn t,n tialoi of lurliM wire In !ii piMm-Mlnn, round I'crflnl In hollow len iinh of VlnlU. uiur ran ha huiue t'.v iirovinn jiroiu' tv and pnvlnjf T r In la nuHre A.ril-ml V. s. Tuorrmi. Vinita I. O Stolen Span of Mules. On Marvli -, , annn or ninliM. mioii'!.l lo In-stolon, witc li-ri at mv plain near Vim. la. I. I lii'MTlptlon : Out hav nir- mill". 7 v.ara old. I, liamla Ihk'i branded I on l. l't HhoiI -dor: llu. ot Itpr la a lirown iiinlr, 7 yeara old, am littfht and aaiue brand. April 7-lf. r. 1 AMilikWa. OR NO FEE gS. Purity. THIS TELLS THE STORY. KG I IK MAN'S 1M1AUMACY. Formerly W. C. Patton & Co's. PATENT A IH-paite book fri-p, Addroa W.T. FITZGERALD, AU'y-at-I.aw, Cut Hill and Kst. n a.hlnalna. II. I', O. W Ta.co. M. M Kd mUton. W V lUrrl. pAsC0.il VltUlSOXi i:iMIST()N, ATTOKXKVS AT LA 11', MTSkoUKK. .... im, IKK Will prai tire In ihr r s I'onrn or the Indian T. rnlorv. and tlie K.d. lal l onrta of ndjotnintr xlalra SOMETHING NEW ! A First Glass Barber Shop ; IN VINITA. South R:om of Hotel Cobb. I. K. I Inn rock tint u inlt-n kt-n the nuiiHf. Ill-'nt of the limlUiltioil Hinl will line tlln rnrn-vt-t btiitf iivor to niiif it 11 kuirK. A mm-I't-U'tit barber Hill bp fd tin I in tim itiop. tat. JOHN IUKLANI), A Thoroughbred Stallion, 'itl. urint tht 'rcMt Rt-Bhon.btf ut Hie ilhtofeftl ol owiirrit u f ihU iimi-fx only At Clarcmore, Ind. Ter. JOHN 1KKL M ii a die htiiut r brnl by A. 1. ilrm'k, ti, ftnKl by I'lltfriai, toii of lil(iriTiifi'f , il tn I Itcll by Uiii.-rt. mm of Kiii IVtii(rH Mluitrii it ii upptu atlun . At tbt snnitf Ib-h wil I Im- kt-ot VICEROY A orrl trot tm if horf. rt by Idrk .Irk Ain. irl liy ) onntr Ab tnlltii. It-nut of i'it br horse uti )i.limt ion , Mitv T. I II AMIU.Us, Owner. WIRE! FLOUR! SALT! I X CAR LOTS, Boots, Shoes and Clothing, IN SMALL QUANTITIES, PUT BOUGHT AT CAR RATES. NEW SPUING GOODS. THE ALLIANCE STORE! With characteristic enterprise was the first establishment to get in New Spring Dry Goods, New Spring Clothing. n Spring Dry Goods Just Opening. LI Staple and Fancy Groceries.: Elegant Styles It is generally understood that it was also the house that brought . LOW PRICES TO VINITA. I don't expect to lose an inch of the ground covered. The Whole Business Must go within Sixty Days. S. c. Adair, ind. Tor. Good Values! THE RULE AT THIS HOUSE. J. S. THOMASON. TAHLEQUAH barbie Works R. A. HOSEY, ManufRcturer of tint ilt alrr Id t'r )tn nl A llttTlt'lU Marble Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Cemetery Coping, Etc. Sfpria. ieirns urn) i.t hnat- for idt il. h r.-l rk rurtiikhf't on hi iilwnltmi, bh.1 tit i -tin imrtintftl I'rtn-n rRiuiih1 Ii Kit) thiiiir is neflt-1, rail in Ton ir !- 11. A at r iourri:A u, Wish &.c) r (iNC0HP0Tf 0 ) kSoD Has a Full and Complete Stock .'. of GENERAL MERCHANDISE. g INCLUDING LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS CONSIGNMENTS SOLICtTEO- M. L. &, W. M. CAMPBELL, " GEM - DRUG - STORE," Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, Furniture, Lumber, Seneca, Missouri. CARRY TIIK F INK ST LINK OV Sash Doors Limo Ftp DRUGS- PAINTS- 0iLS WALL PAPER- ETC" OaOII, UUUI 0 LIIIIO, LIU; Is,t,e.sl M.-mn. S... l!,..m -.Ut for unvthin in tlm 31 irarlvr WJt 1 1 IOSIiY, Tohlequah. I. T. in r -j S nees aotually retused to miy an in- f is j. J he present avenge terest irt thofe lands. Again, 1 lie farm price of merehHiiUolti L,rr, learneil captain grows flMu"iit ! h o'.) 2 cent per lufhcl; ol uniner wben he conies to HpeaW of t!e i chantalile 2".7 ceni?. nlumlant resources of the couTilry. j - He Fays: "Our hill, that are rich II you ou!i I. r.ea'lhy, think in mineral, sleep with nil iheir ! of aving ax wt ll as p tlitig; )cf, wealth in their bosom." Ye. j of little expenses; a sm!l leak sleep indeed! They are nearly ail will cink a great ship. Li," J 'SV'ElcHl" fis2i ferfrlr Well. T Fux.ifRK, lnbJae Co., !., Spi., I 9. ttilr DN1 I MVor KMliiK Ntrv lot; htr tM-urftUria. lier r ttoXA rfctf U bow Mid orec Urd of pnunug it 1 outm. UkB Tboak, Nw Miko Jwf lva WYmb I wm foryng raw mo! ; kt h4 ft h4 frl k' 1 1 1 fte4 fHwm in ner bo tn hr-, ; I u rrm. aimI two hour afW I havi ttn ftrtt kilArk 4 berfc dirM I'utnr KofBVa Norv Iodic bM lti am BJUrb ffoxl Ui h haVt UM 0i4ea eJoct. Ml'.L tt, A- ttl KKIN. W maii ToB Art . Ori. l for ttmr mn bit tpda:htr wt ttii-jrwt tr pikptic fit, U). tfa n of Kwil ' hmt lonte fT .mmMit'4 mi hn ftn4 ince ab eointxiMnrMl tk,ir H tm tins not hm4 r3 Ui sturhtvt irmph'tnt of tt 4 !. ii IhWUtil Utni. ko UfcM tuodtr-nn. 8CBMIDT. With reduced rates since the fire, and expen ses of handling the business reduced, and selling for spot cash, I am willing and can afford to sell good much ovver than ever before, I respectffilly ask a trial and inspection of goods and prices, 0. HAYDEN, Chouteau, I. T. uliove line aii'l it receive prompt attention. 1'rfseri ptHins carefullv lilie.l with purest dint's. - 048 WEST SIDE OHEHOICEH AVENUE, SENEGA, MISSOURI. LUMBER, LUMBER! The Fine Jack, Sherman Rysdikes Hambletonian, At Vinita, Ind. Ter. A complete slotk of Ihiihhts' Mul. iin, CeliHiit, I.ime. l.iith, Doois, Windows, Mouldings, Mixed rain'is, Wall Taper, Etc. Yellow Pine Fi.iishing Lumber Cypress Shingles a Specialty PRICES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. Terms: CASH. W. L. TROTT. .mm ti tt.lk .ir .rue t4 r ' "i ;". 'i i i ?. 111 . u x ai JZlfx-i r'f 2- CO.. Chlczgo, IX J-ZS Stft, CTWttUealur . Will stainl at Torn Ilri'kt two mil r ,i.t Of V !.,( TUtM , to innrr f.al : U tntuT ft livinif rott Vr-ar fmt ; t hnlttrt tiif)i ; If an f ira B Ii 1 in A 1 in en ry r-jtr; . LOUIS NAPOLEON, A Norman ant) Morrnn oiallion i H fttart'tat tb ani- t-iin-f ai nt-m n -i t l rin fl.B ) a 'lTk nri ; r Lilt Iti. I otl. to; t- . IM 1v!p lut ar'i.ii: T"i - Itt-iitt 'HI i-1, an (nijttri-i N'-rman rt-ti-tt-r iim Ii! . fR 4Mi ltre ill b furni-iirtl h r--e frm a l a tanr Irrt nf r)iari Si I. X. WILLIAMS. g T. IIFRVO. i htop. Kb.. 1 a : r r I n Parlor and Bedroom Furniture Thr larft M-rk in hern kimm. WOOD ,t MKTAI.U' COKK1NS. Tra'-tirl FTinlmr. lflPiaTaj fe orl-ra at lBiieJ roftitlj . 1 Iim tnt. ,i ).r'-f l-r. He an.) Iha tv.lt art )rltr w ntni-t. in llit! f hi-nttukv. 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