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Lmliuu Chieftain.
V i n i t a , Ind. Tkk., Ai'B. 21, 1892.
Local Railroad Time Tablet.
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tit. Louis nxprens t:!Min. I v.l.ni
Accommodation I S:4Apni
in rough coaches from St. Louis to SaiiQlpB
I!UTA IHlltUI lllKKlTOIir.
r F. Church South J.WMcOravv. MiUir
Sabbath school at llimi a. m.i iireachlnir at II
am and lp.m.i prayer nicetliiK evry oi
naaday availing. Communion s.rvlca every
Drat Sunday.
Pr.sh'.iirlan (hnreh. 1. N Allvn. paa.
tori nraachlnir, Sundays at II a. in. ami 7 p.
m. i Sunday school at 10 a. m. prayer meet
IRK Tharsday nlKhta.
I'.iitcrfnirRtlnnAl Church It. . FaVelttl Ilurd.
aastnri services every Sunday at 1 1 a m. anil
7 p. m.i Sunday School at 10 a. m.i Christian
Kmleafor Society. 4 p in. l'rayer meeting
rery l'liuraday evciiinK.
In the
Business
To sell goods.
W. C. PATTON k CO.
Have just
Returned from
The city with
full stock of
(Ladies' Dress Goods,
Andhe
Materials
For trimming; them.
CLOTHING,
Gents' Fumisninp;
Goods, Boots, Shoes,
Hats and Notions.
Comparison of goods and
prices invited.
LOCALNOTES:
Cowboy saddles al Harrett's.
J. M. ii. Fowler is convalescent.
The base ball fever is increasing.
Aunt NaDcy Danieron is very sick.
Sweet potato plants at the nursery ,
The proper season for tree pliuitiiiK
is past.
Mr.'Bethell is iu a very ciiticul state
of healtn.
"See yourself as others see you," at
Mackson's Art Studio.
Bit; bargains in dry goods at H. M.
Swain's. Come early.
The prospect is good for an immense
apple crop this season.
Miss Ollie Allen is threatened with
an attack of pneumonia.
The AjJril numberof John 'J'hree-Six-teen
was issued this week.
For pasture for a limited quantity of
stock enquire at Viuita nursery.
Try a package of horse shoe coffee,
put up and sold by K. M. Swain.
An addition of forty boxes has been
added to the postoflice at this place.
. Saw Mill (or sale on easy terms;
address Geo. Armstrong, Afton.l.T.
Going to build? You furnish the
rocks and W. W. Miller does the rest.
M. M. Wright has a child two years
old that is very sick with pneumonia.
Interesting Easter services were held
in all the churches last Sunday morn
ing. Corn sells very leadily at 35 cents per
bushel ou the streets by the wagon
load.
L. P. Isabel! has a coniniiFeion as
deputy U, S. Marshal of the Muskogee
court.
Lumber, lime, cement, nails, hinges,
locks, snsh, doors anil blinds at W. V.
Miller's.
J. V. Daniels died on the llth inst.,
and was buried at the Pleasant llii'
cemetery.
James McLaughlin, of Grand river,
called to renew his subscription last
Saturday.
A n timber of our citizens have been
nubpcieiied to attend court at Musko
gee in May.
Mj. Bishop speaks encouragingly of
the work w hich his students are doing
at the college.
Ellison & Duncan have sold out their
meat market ami W. T. Beattyis again
the proprietor.
The fineet and best co trees are to be
bad at K. M. Swain's w ho makes a
specialty of coffees.
Dr. A. W. Foreman purchased large
fine safe while in St. Louis last week
which arrived Monday.
A movement is on foot to better the
con dition of the roads around Vinita
a very timely enterprise.
Mackiion, the photographer, de
sires to employ an intelligent young
lady to learn photography.
Jim Ward has at last secured a pen
sion and received last Saturday f2l!.
back pay, and $12 per month .
Claude Shelton'a little child still re
mains about as it has been fur several
weeks. Its vitality is a marvel.
The city raised fifty dollars the first
of the week to pay for work on the
Chelsea road southwest of town.
Going to build a bouse? Go to V.
W. Miller's for figures ou everything
needed to complete it. Trices low.
Dennis Hicks, blacksmith, can make
that uld plow work like new for about
two bits. Horse shoeing a specialty.
pniMii ti,. .
. luhii Mckechaii waa lu Iroiu iatnuaa thla
week.
II. W , Kydcr came In from Chelsea Mon
day lust.
-Jainea M Tittle, of Lenapiiu, waa In the
city tills week.
-Mrs W. K Unite!) ami wire went to tit.
Louts Monday.
Ueorxe ferryman, of Tuiel, was on our
streets Monday.
J. M. Keys waa In town Friday to attend to
soma legal business.
C. M. Meridian, of Oowala, waa here
Monday to attend Judge Mason's court.
Mr. and Mrs. George Itlakeuey, of Car
thage, came down ou vlalt a few days since.
Alex Melianlel, the popular hotel man of
Claremore and member of council, was In the
city this week.
Mat Yocuni, from the Verdiarle country.
was In the llrst of the week and attended the
ball held holiday evening.
Capt. James Cleveland waa in from Mr.
Skinner's farm Monday. He Is ahead of his
neighbors as usual and bas corn up.
Col. Huberts, a promliieiit cltrien of the
Creek nation and superintendent of Wetunip
ka mission, was In the city last Friday.
Wm Utile, J. O and Sam Hall. L. V.
Marka. N. Skinner and a Ci;iKeTAiM man con
stituted the Vlnlla delegtttluu to the Claremore
etock meclliig yesterday
Some of our citizens have already ex
pressed a desire to try the Keeley cure
in case an institute is established here.
John S. Kellaiu and Miss Sophia
Thompson, of Catoosa, were married
in this town by Hev. Drown Monday.
A good part of the town has beoir
summoned as witnesses to Delaware
circuit court the first Monday In May.
Joe Paul's trial for the murder of his
father will be called up in the Paris
Texas court next Saturday, the S.'ird
inst.
A freight tniiu was ditched at No
wata Wednesday morning delaying the
south bound passenger train several
hours.
Rev. Ananias Cullison, of Oswego,
will dedicate the M. K. Church at
Fairland, April 2th. All invited to be
present.
David Miller, of Duck creek, was, in
town Saturday and reports the arrival
of a new ten pound boy at his homo
laBt week.
K. M. Swain's is headquarters for all
kinds of good things to eat. Seed po
tatoes and everything one needs is
also kept.
Mesrs. K. N. Rntclitl, W. R. Badgett
and James Rntclitl went to Chelsea
Tuesday and invoiced the Blackwell
stock of goods.
J. W, Duncan Is preparing to etirvey
and lay out some towns on the Valley
road north ot Clareinore, for tho toivn
commissioners.
Uome and see our work. We have
an enormous display of beautiful pho
nograph. Give us a trial; you will not
regret it. Mackson.
Peter Scott, an old colored man re
siding in a cabin in the rear of Mr.
HetheU's, died last Saturday night, af
ter a few days' illness.
It is a very noticeable (act that there
is more activity and sharper competi
tion in all lines of business in Viuita
this season than ever before.
Rev. Drown has been invited to de
liver the annual address at the liacone
Indian University, at Muskogee, next
week, and will probably accept.
J. M. Dougherty intends unloRdiug
1'.),KX) head of cattle at Catoosa this
spring, and G. W. .Williams. H.tKKj or
10,000, nil of w Inch are going Into the
Creek pastures.;
What is a good photograph? A good
photograph is a tiue resemblance,
justly posed, properly shaded, and
well finished. Such are made at
Mackson's ai t studio.
It is reported that Neal Lipscomb, a
former student of Willie llalsell in
stitute, shot his father neat Gibson
Malum a lew days ago. Have nut
leained the particulars.
A freight train backed into Jack
Blevins' dray wagon Monday m iruing
at the crossing of the M., K. it T. road
and wrecked it pretty completely. The
driver and team escaped unhurt.
The friends of a prisoner arrested by
Deputy York iu the Spaviua country
last Friday, overpowered that olliccr
and his poste and liberated the man.
His arrest was ou a minor chargo.
The Baptist church and society will
have a niei'tirig at the Presbyterian
church on next Sabbath alternoon at
3;30 p. m. Rev. A. A. Drown will
preach. .Members will be received.
All are invited.
Rev. llaworth, pastor of a Presbyter
ian church in Wichita, has temporary
charge of a kennel of tiue dogs ami at
the top of a catalogue just issued says:
"The more 1 see of men the better I
like dogs." Exchange.
Mr. J. K. CrutcbGeld appreciates the
value of having his brand generally
known, especially during the round-up
season, and places it iu our columns
this week. Range ten miles south of
Claremore; postoftice, Inola.
"Gardening for profit" is tho motto
of a couple of Vinita gentlemen who
combined their forces this week aud
attacked the two waste places in the
rear of tlieirdwellings which grew such
a fiun crop of weeds last season.
Life is uncertain, and before you
know it you are "out of sight." So
leave for your children ami friends a
good resemblaifce of yourself to re
member you by. Have it taken at
Mackson's and yon w ill have a good one.
W. L. Green has been cured of the
morphine habit, he writes, al the in
stitute established at the sjldiers'
home, Leavenworth. The Keeley folks
have been w riting to know what Viuita
would be willing to give for an insti
tute here.
It was reported ou the street last
week that "Chief Felix Mayes" who
has been kicking up such a dust in
California was "our" John II. Berk
which is certainly incorrect, as Mr.
Beck is at Lenapah and hasn't been
away recently.
L. R. Nash, w ho bas been conducting
the P. L. Walker & Son storeat Talal.
has moved the goods to Pryor Creek
and will open in a few days in a build
ing being erected by Mr. Win. Taylor.
Until geut.'eiuen attended church in
this city Sunday.
A regular sand storm struck this
town Tuesday morning causing no
little excitement. It suddenly grew al
most as dark as night and the wind
blew a perlect gale. No material dam
age w as done and it turned into only
an "April shower" wbiih was badly
Deeded.
We ate equipped lo do good work aud
.are proud to any that our photoa ex.
cell the best wink in the territory
l ake advantage of the low rates and
sit for your photos as soon aa you can
as these price will not last long. Mack
sou's, south of Cobb Hotel.
The Masonic fraternity of this Hty
have let the contract for tho erection
of a hall to R. D. Kniuht for tl.'JoO. It
is to bo L'lxtio feel, two stories high,
tho lower to be finished Willi a glass
front for a storo or similar purpose,
and the work to be concluded within
sixty days.
A meeting of the board of trustees of
Worcester academy w as held last Fri
day to consider the subject of the new
doiinitory, the money fur which is now
available. Then) are several prelim
inary matters lo bearranged beforethe
work will be commenced, but that the
"sinew, of war" are at hand is cause
for congratulation. '
The "T. T'," a society of young la
dies at the academy, are rehearsing:
for presentation the drama of "The
Cricket on The Hearth ." When they
have fulfilled the self imposed task of
raising a sum equal to f ) per member
of the society" (fiKI) for the cottage
fund, the mysterious . significance of
the "T. T." is to be explained.
John Wercn, a full-bloo l Cherokee
whose Indian name is Uowanah, was
hanged at Tahleqiialt lust Friday for
the murder of John Dougherty in Flint
district last July . I lie execution was
a public one and a great many persons
were present to witness the awful spec
tacle. 4'he man confessed his crime
and acknowledge!! tTie justice of his
punishment.
Judge II. T. Laiidrum, postmaster at
Echo, went to Ft. Smith last Saturday
to appear against George Dick and Joe
Kelley who are charged with robbing
the post oflice on tho night of the Oth
mat. " Two registers were opened, one
containing stamps and the other $10,
but the contents were not taken; $.'1.35
of stamp money was carried off, how
ever. Both men wero bound over.
Tho Owner of tha Wire.
Tho wire found in a ravine ten miles
west of Vinita and advertised in recunt
issues of TmkCiiikkiain,;s the property,
it is thought, of James Lyman, a Cher
okee citizen w ho it w ill be remembered
spent tho summer two years ago iu
Viuita. Mr. Lyman made a claim near
w hero the wire was found, buiit a house
and sent out twenty-three bales of barb
ed wire to bo used iu fencing a farm.
He shortly afterward weut to New
Mexico and has never returned. He
also loft a quantity of furniture with
friends here to keep until he should
return .
A Prospective Conflict.
There is a good chance for some
troubloin Hie north-west part of Coo
weescoowee district this week. Cattle
are being unloaded south of Cnney,
Kan., in the terriiory fur the purpose
of being driven into the Osage pastures,
only a lew miles west. A meeting of
the local stock owners was held lust
week at which it was determined lo use
shotguns if necessary to prevent (lie
cattle from being unloaded and driven
across the Cherokee country. Agent
llenuett has not ilied Capt.f jtFlore to
be i u readiness to go to the scene at
once iu case of trouble and use his en
deavors to prevent blood shed, and to
act with rurt Smith nod Muskogee
deputy marshals ill keeping the prat e.
It is reported that mine uf the citizens
ol Kansas have asked the railroad ci in
pany to build a fence from the terminus
of the road lo the Cauey river cutting
oil several thousand ai res of Cherokee
land, aud drive all cattle south of saij
ft-Hce, lo w Inch it is thought thtf Cher
okee aut horitiea will object. It is to
be hoped that law and order will pre
vail ami there will be no serious
trouble.
THE SPRING ROUND-UP.
At the Cl;iiviuoiv meeting, held
yestenhiv, the following programme
for the work east of the Verdigris was
a r ranged:
Begin at Gibson Slat ion May loth:
work the past tires in t he Creek nat ion.
Work No. I. J no. Franklin, captain:
west side of Grand river to M.. K. V
T. track, to Skinner'!, ranch on Paw
paw. No. 2. Blue Stair, captain; com
mence at Wagoner: w-oik up hot ween
M.. K. .1 T. and the Valley mails In
Dog cierk hills and to Skinner's ranch
on Pawpaw.
No. 3. James M. Taylor, captain;
((iiiiineliei' at I till 1 frock, work be
tween Verdigris l iver and pug creek
hills to Alltiue.
Xo. 4. Alf Cunningham, captain:
lakes out tit to kan-v-i line between
Iiig Cabin and YerdigrK
L. W. Marks works country liel ween
Big Cabin. Grand river and Kansas
line. Will take lists of all brands and
gather all cattle in said brands, free
of charge, in return for cattle belong
ing to this section being gathered in
balance of the country.
On west side of the Verdigris the
work com nicnci s at Wybark, In the
Creek nat i. n. on the 2,ith.
A Few Points for Tree Planters.
All kinds of trees do not bear trans
planting equally well. Apple trees not
over two years old, fresh fioni the nur
sery, should not auntaiu a loss of more
t ban one per ceu t Peach, pear, plum
and cherry do not s icceeil quite as well.
The various sorts of npp'e aud other
fruit trees show great difference in hab
it of growth and hardiness. Some of
the finest varieties are very pooi grow
ers, while others are fine, smooth,
thrifiy growers and are very pleasing
to the eye of the purchaser who does
not always understand that there is
a natural difference in the appearance
anil habits of the trees. A eingleorder
of trees may contain all kinds; some
fine, sightly trees ami othersthat make
a very homely appearance, both hav
ing h&d the anie culture. Again,
farmers and others who plant trees are
too careless in handling nursery stock.
The writer has more than once loaded
fine selection of trees, fresh from the
ground, into a farmer' wagon in tne
morning ot a dry, windy, spring day,
anil teen them stand upon the ftreets
all t'ay wiihuiit any protection to root
or branches and, if any of these trees
refuse to grow the nursery tn in i
blamed for nine I liing be could not
help. There are probably not over ten
percent, of all the vast n urn tiers of
trees that are4 plante. I annua'ly, that
are properly tared for an I the other
ninety per cent. m"et w ith aslowdeaih
from neg'ect and bad treatment.
HOIKS Hi OK alMIU.
Miss Annie Thompson Is iiilte sli k .
Mrs. Ilai'kleiiinii Is reported to be some
belter.
-Mrs. I.ydla Clark Is vlntllng friends In
Vlnlla.
The Muster services were quite liileiestliig
last Sabbath.
It la whispered aruiind Hint Adair Is soon
to have a band.
Ham Carlisle and wile are visiting H eir
pareiita In ClH'topa.
Mra. Hheprrdson and family spent Sunday
III Chelopa Willi frirnds.
Mra. T. F. 1 hompaun waa visiting ber sis
ter, Mrs. Skinner, last week
Albert Breeding's smiling face can now
be seen behind tin counter In Win. Uulngar'a
atore. Mra Breeding rolurni d rroin a vlait to
Arton last week.
ooi.otaii i n Mi.
Kierybody very buy.
-llonsea atill being erected.
Hop tea Is plentiruli where It cornea from
I canuot say,
The prairies are looking quite green anil
stock are Improving.
Mra. 8. MiiyUeld bus gone lo Ctaiemore to
visit her aon, Mr. Foster.
J. E. Whllts baa moved into his residence
which is quite a crejlt to the other buildings
of Oulogull.
Our school Is protperiug under the direc
tion ol Miss Tilda Vlujard who baa aeveuteen
little ones to attend to.
Some gardens are up and looking nli-e de
spite the cool w eather. Many of us postponed
our plaining Hit last t'rldsy-ijoud Friday.
We have lilnetieu houses here, I no stores,
a boarding houte, livery stable, blacksmith
siop aud section bouse, but are mlnua a de
pot and platlorm.
Mr. limit, the little man at the store, Is
gelling a very gottl trade. Miss Maggie lleiii
Held has Just been Installed an clerk foi tbia
gentleman and will stsy all summer.
Alessra. Cotts A Roberts are doing a good
btiinei,e In shipping coal which la being mined
near here on Wm. Ilaker'a place. I learn that
Capt. C. V. Hugera ia letting some party proa
peet for coal on his farm. Jf found In paying
quantities It will stilt further Improve the
prospects ol our town.
t i.tiimoitM i.iitimis.
Cuttle are looking good an it wltritt ii e
cedent and a uplemlid tnml.
F, A. N i' It son hat bfffim excavating at
Clareinore for a ronbitiiTablu addition to bit
store
VV. U. Mason, ex-aKnt for tha Miaaourl
Tacitt'l al Ihia idnco, left for Pueblo, Col.
Tuesday nigUi.
i'li late hUtory jiut printed of the Ih e civ
lllzid tribes Is greatly appreciate d by thoie
who havtj received tlietje books.
A bo .supper will be given al the church
Friday evening; everybody come and bring
boxes; bo in told at llfiy cents; mont-y to be
iued to build a public school lionee for the
btMic III of citizens and iion-riliena.
The city council pasAed a Jaw muting the
tax for selling hop tea or cider or any kind of
drinks In the town of Clarniinre, I. T , teu
dollar per week. The Jolntiittk say that they
are not going to pay the tax but will leave the
town.
There l to be a inesling held at tho court
hou-e on the K'th dny of April, of tha old sol
til era an 1 republican, to elect a delegate to
go to McAliMer, I. T., to the general conven
tioti to be held on Ihu t'trd day of May, iMfi, to
end a delegate lo the general convention, to
nominate a president nnd vice-president at
MinnespoltH, on the 7th day of June. 12.
UM. t IMDI
A II members of I.oitini union are requested
to attend meeting on Mil unlay night, April the
i a tin-re U huilnt'-iH of Importance aud
will &ve you money Kuil nt lo come.
. it. iiiuMr.io.v, oec,
(-091VOI A. K.tl.t IN t
All ol'l toldU'ra are retieMed to meet at the
Aliinnee hall the It.ht iln of April, l.'J, As it
ill be ol inlfri'H. lit ail
II MUM II, S. V C.
ot l ewis Oownlng Tost.
Hntv.'d fri'in J F Wan en 's farm, five miles
WPtofAdatr. I tit-re ear old buy tliiey, lil
teen hnndn high. Mar m f rrrhea 1, heavy made;
nlHti 1 two year uld hnv lllle , Mar in forehead.
no reward Inr liitrin;t(tiMi ol their where
abouts. Addrehft, .1 . r . W ahiiks, Adair. 1 1.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
When in l,' hetopa. Kansas, stop at the
National hotel, A. M. Strode, proprie
tor, if you w aul tirst-class accommoda
tions. Uates tlAM per day.
Itiu tvlen's Arnica Salvo.
The best, salve in the orld for Cuts,
UruiscB, Sores, I'lrera, Salt, Hlieoin
Fever sores, Tetters, Chapped Hands
Chilblains, Corns, aud all Skin Krtip
lions, and positively cures Piles, or nc
pav required. It is ttuaranteed lo giv
perfect satistai tion.or money refunded
Price 25 cents per box. Vor sale by W
O. Patton & Co.
The promptness and certainly of its
rules have made Chamberlain's couh
remedy 'famous. It is intended es
pecially for roiigha, eoldi,, croup and
w (moping coughs, and is the most ef
fectual remedy known fur ttiese dis
eases. Twenty-five anil "0 rent bottles
for sale by P. Sbanahaii, Viuita, and
K. M. Allen, Nowata. apr
A Sure Cure for Piles.
Itebinx piles are know n by moist lire
like perspiration, csiiMiif intense itch
ing when warm. This hirni as well
as blind, bleeding or protudiii'j, yield
at once lo Ur. liucanko'a pile remedy,
which acts directly on parts atleeted,
tih"irhiii tumors, a. lavs iteliing and
rllerls a permanent ruie. tiflv cents.
Uruiigiats or mail. Circulars free. Ur.
liosanko, :.'. Arch St., Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by Pr. A. W. Foreman.
Dr. Qunn's Onion Syrup.
This remedy is a sure cure lor all
diseases of the throat and lungs, caused
by taking cold. It will stop a cough
in one night, no matter bow severe,
it is just what its name implies; an
onion syrup, compounded in such man
ner as to do awav with the unpleasant
taste and odor of I he vegetable. When
in need of a cure for a cough or cold,
try it. price 30 cents. Sold by lr. A.
W. Foreman, druggist. a&m
Now Try Tills.
7t wid cost you nothing-, and will
1- do vou L'm'd if you have a cousrh,
. oil .or any trouble with throat, chest
or lungs. lr. King's New liiscovery
'o:' coii-ontjition, coughs and colds is
ixira'Ueed to give te'ie'. or money will
hi paid bark. Suvt.ts from la pripro
found it just the tiling, and under its
us,; had a s . ily nnd perhi t r eovery.
Try a sample l!tl : at our expense and
lea n for vonrs If ju-4 how irood a thing;
It is. Ti iul bottles fiiH) at W. C. Cat
ton A Co.'s arug store. I-aro sue "iOc
i.ndO. 3
For years the editor of the linrling
ton Junction (Mo ) Post has been sul
J"ct to cramp colic or tits of indiges
tion, which prortrated him for several
hours ami untitled him for business
for two or three days. For the past
year be lias been lis ng Chamberlain's
colic, ch.jlera ami iliarrlio a remedy
whenever occasion required, and it bas
invariably given him prompt relief.
Twenty-five and .r0 rf nt tu tt li s for sale
by It. Si. Allen, Nowata, and P. Shana
han, Viuita. apr
3 Npectmen Cases.
8. II. Clifford, NewCinlle, Vis.,ri
troubled with neuralgia and rheuma
tism; his stomach was disordered, his
liver was affected to an a'armiiii de
gree, appetite fell awav. and he was
irrrildy reduced in flesh and strength.
I bree bottles of Klectric Hitlers cured
I i n.
K Iward Shepherd, iiarrisborg, ill.,
had a running sore on his leg of eight
rears standing. Uaeil t( ree bottles of
Klectric Potters and seven tioxe of
Por Men's Arnica Salve, ami his lee is
oun l an I well. John Speaker, Cat
Kws' s, , b id five lane f.-vernres on
bis leg. ). rtot si I he was irrnrshlo.
n b .t ' le l b ettic Hitters and one hot
Bnrklen'i Arnica Sa ve cured hin en
tirely. Sold bv V. C. fatton 4 Co.
Sprints Medloliio.
Dr. Gunn'M improved liver pills on
ucioiiiitol their mild action are es
pecially adapted lor correcting spring
disorders, Hiich"aH impure blood, tired
brain and aching and worn out body.
They act promptly on the liver aud
kidneys; drive out all impurities from
tho blood, aud malaria from the sys
tem. Due pill tor a dosii, Try theiu
this spring. Soltl at "" cents a box by
Dr. A. W. Foreman, druggist, a&m
For a number of years I have been
subject lo violent attacks of inllttuima
lory rheumatism which generally
lusted about two months. Ou the first
of this month I whs attacked iu Hie
knee and sullered nevciely foi two
lays, when 1 procured a bottle ot
Chamberlain's pain balm and it re
lieved me almost instantly. 1 there
fore most cheerfully recommend it to
those w ho are similarly alllirled every
where. K D. Whitlev, Marliinlale, N.
0 , February, 1K.SS. Mr. Whitley is a
very prominent nun iu this pi. ire and
his disease was very widely known as
be sullered such Severn pain.-W. M.
Houston ttt Co. i merrliants, Martin
dale, N. C. Fifty cent bottles for sale
by P. Shanahitn, Vinita, and R. M.
Allen, Nowata. Bpr
5v
SOMETHING
NEW !
A First Glass Barber Shop
:IN VINITA.:
South Rcom of Hotel Cobb.
J. K. Hnnctirk luia nml-rt k'n tlitf nianftfr-
ni'Mil ni tim iiiiUittitiiiti aim will ne Inn mm
fht (iilt'HvorM to nihkt it a ticcHt,. A com
IM'lfiit bur ber Hill beCo'iinl lit the h. i!Uf.
Patronize Horns Industry !
liny your
Trees, Vines, Shrubbery,
Plants, Etc.
from the
Vinita Nurseries.
Those wishing to jilnnt this fall
should i I ace their orilers now so ns
to insure early attention at tlif,'.
t'ing time. Write for prioo list.
Aililress,
Vinita Nursery Co.,
Vinita, I. T.
Hen I);tvis Apple Trees a
Specialty.
Claremore Lumber Co.
FULL STOCK OF '
Lumber and
Building Material
Of Every Description.
OrJers for Car Lots a Specialty. 41
W. J. DODSON,
-) llHAI.Klt IN ( -
FAMILY 0 GROCERIES,
Country Produce Bought
and Sold. a
Claremore, - Ind. Ter.
THE ALLIANCE
Jewelry Store
.AND :
SILVERWARE
Sold aud Repaired.
J. S. TH01YIAS0N, Prop.
An expert watchmaker has been
employed ami this ilcpartment of
the store will hereafter he kept up
to the highest stamlard. Parlies
desiring
Fine Watches Repaired
may be assured that if left with us
they will receive careful attention.
Engraving Skillfully Done.
:v1 ptfJWIVEdVftf V?J
aPerfretlr Well. T
Fill. i-RR, sOnbtiqu Co., I., Sppt.,
Miii K. Finn(rn wri:M : My ni"hr d1
Ilt tiHto.1 ra uk KH'Tiifc' Nnm Ionia for
murmlciiv Tiit-y re hoUi twfwtly well now
uid never tired of praising the Toaio.
Lai Vkoaa, New Mexico, July ft, lflM.
Whfn I wai yoang my mother brwl m 11
fright and the gave nw her bora Nvauee I
Mcrink!, ndtwn hour a fW I bad the fi ret
aMwk ( li'-rv d I l a tor Kurnift'l Nerve
1 unie he d me iue uiurh romI mtuX ha hal tlie
deeired eiluci. WiuL tt. A. GL 1-.H1N.
U brit tob. Ark., Oct. IS. 1WX
For fonr yeara my tiaot:ht"r wai suhjfoi
to epileptic fit, end the one of I'atr H"al('t
Nerve Ionic fere ImmMiale a lis faction. ar4
n.c the coiimieiicest taking It )? ha Dot ha4
wo the lijkljtsrxit irmptomi of toe dUeeaee. My
kearUelt Uiauke to ihis medicine.
JOUN SCHMIDT.
I" F. f" A :itft lll Vrrt
YH'fr i-7t
I IfcaslM tlU lOfcMlU.JiO fl
M tf WV H'i lt'--&.
r-ra' -.y h- !"an rT-psr"! l-rtl1-1 l''irr.1
P-.-r I. - n 2. . t r-Tt v x: - . l-i.t. MH re ir.a iaC
KOENIC MED. CO., CltlcsfA, ii'. i
F-l lbr Dm riti-U at 1 per Cotllo. Cfcrti )
Lriln.ll.7. 6 Bottloa for . I
Skinner
mm our m
Smii Purcliases ol Dry Goods!
Have been made and are arriving. It would
be impossible to classify or enumerate
just at this time.
New a York o Seed a Potatoes
At WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Landreth's and " Ferry's 0
0 Garden and Field Seeds
Of Every Description.
EVERYBODY
Grocery ai Provision Departmeut
To excel in extent and quality
everything of its kind in the
Cherokee Nation.
Skinner & Ratcliff,
Vinita, Ind. Ter.
W. W. MILLER,
-DEALER IN-
Hamware, Stoves 1 Imiiiits
Is making special endeavors
this season in
. ai.Wt-1
T. t " ZJ"
'3Ta. . -A ' al tk
Wps, Biiies aufl Carts,
And is selling a large number.
I have recently purchased the Hunt Co.
LUMBER YARD
Ami it is now supplied w ith a full stock of
Lumben Building Material
Including Lime, Cement and Doors.
Shall now iive especial attention to the
Builders' Hardware n Department,
With a view to making estimates on
ESxatiro33uLilciin J" olos
Hardware,
Stoves,
Tinware.
Stoek
ll
Tin Work promptly attended to. Give me a call before you buy
an goods in my line.
W. W. MILLER,
Opera House Block.
& Ratcliff
EXPECTS OUR
- -
r - ..iW-A
will be kept full and complete,
. .1... l ti. .1 :.i. l
a. Li --r1
us eu lis ine Mij'iijf oi liiiukMiiiiii iinu g
Wagonmakor's material. I
Spades, Hoos, Rakep, and Garden
Tools generally I have in unlimited
quantities. Tin noofinp, Guttering and
Vinita, Ind. Ter.
J. THOMl'SON,
RESIDENT DENTIST,
ViniU. - - Ind. Ter.
ltijuiim 1101 Hi fimt corner oier house,
ocotiii liuor.
jjoss v m ,miviii:ai,
l'JIYSICIANS and HUUCiKONS,
C'l.A UK Mull t, Jnd. Tr.K.
VlHitg maJo bolli in town null coun
try, day or riiulit. J0-2!
oiit a tii jT ha ou v,
rilYSICIANH & SUHGE0NS,
VINITA, C. N.
Ullice in new Patton buililiug, up
(jtairt).
JR. A. M. CLIN KSO ALES,
PHYSICIAN a.m BURGEON,
VINITA, I. T.
Offlca n stairs In Itaynmnil bulliiina. UhsI
ilmirci bttwti-n Hits two cliurciivs, at tlm 1T,
J rant'e placu.
I'iIi-b auil utlier lli.-ctal truubliu a aiiaclalty.
ti-ll
PHYSICIAN & SUliGEON.
Vinita, - I. T.
Calls lironiptly attended tonight
or day.
u
SM til STA1ES lO.niU.SSIOSEK.
Fibht Division, Ind. Teu.
Vinita. Ind. Ter.
8nll i'onimlnsUiner'H Jurtmllction exttnd
0vr tlie country occupl-i by tlie linlioii trilji
In tlie Vunpnw lnOitiu Krii'.y, bihI itll tlmt
part uT tlitt Lhcrukf e eountry eaut of tlm j,tii
ty il xth merliilan, and all tin reik country,
lax-orth-io notary public; takt-a tlr-pfcltioiiB,
acinowlt'tlrfllif nl Ol dredn, IiiortKBKt . etc.
4oliiinizf. inarriaKcfe; lias nil the neri of
coriiii.tBitloL'f m ol circuit court In rrl in in a 1 cm
bb; J u r i ' 1 1 1 1 s n to t bp amount ol iiiHi In civil
cb&ch. i'ourt tftdd at Vinita, Ind. Ter., unit
open dally, except undaya. Alio aa uputy
cltrk, iHUda marri&K iH'friBci.
Alto OoiiuiiiMioTifr ot the Court of CUIiua
for the lutltuu lerritory.
CHAHI.RS II . MAfiOJf ,
L'uttetl sStaifH LoinniiHHioncr.
d-3t)tf Mret liviaon Ind. Ter.
U. HELL,
8 18
LAWYER,
Vinita, I. T.
Practice in circuit and diatrictcourta
of Delaware and Coowe8coowee, and
upreme court of Cherokee nation.
.1
0XATUAN U0KE and F. M. SMITH,
Attornoyn-At-I.aw, O'cupral ColU'ction
anil Loan A'culi.
Will iractiee in the U. S. Court.
Vinita. - - lmi. Teb.
Jonathan Gori is bUo tT . 8 CoinniisBioiipr anil
CuiiiiiiUsloniT or lii't'iis for tlie states ol Kan
sas, Missouri. Arkansas aud Texas.
Geo. W. Ili uire. II. W. C. Hlielton .
)ENQB & SHELTON,
ATTOItNEYS-AT-LAw,
TAIII.KiiLAII, - Ixd. Tek.
Will practice in courts of tho Che ro-
keo Nation. 10-23 tf.
J. K. ORUTOHFIELD,
Jnola, I, X.
Sumn bramli'il VI on
lelt !.ili; others liava
?XS I'" rlnlll Shle.
ell ear irrilltlie'l: nil
'lelliit in rjifi't . HnnKU
ten miles soulli ot Liar
elllure. M. WASH AM,
Pryor Creek, 1ml. Ter.
Knnire :t miles west
oi l'r)or Creek, Ind.
Ter.
1'oint of Kit horn
tawed oil. Il-.'H
DORA TROTT,
Vinita, I. T.
l.'roii ell' tlie left ear,
iirt'lerbit in r i ir n t .
norlli and east
inita.
ll..r-e lirun l: O T
on slioul'ler.
F. E. SMITH,
Lenapah, I. 1.
U-L'J
KaiiL'e be
tween I! i ff
creek arut
Veiilijjris.
home
hrand-
edltilic I
Left our
. rul'tied.
O. P. WILLIAMS.
Miami, 1. T.
the thoi:ougiii;i:ei)
DICK BASSETT,
Will make tlie s. a-..n of Ik, .t the Ken
tnrk In.tel v:!.!,., a; Vinita.
IUi k HVKI1 a sire I In- uld Hasselt
; pi ieinii' kv. ij.t iiarn. i..ie lav lor. tlie by
I old lull I'eek, out id a " tliiinui.-Ii !! f .1 km
j tuek innre
I'e.lit'r.-e nl eld ll'elt I hestnul hor-c (If.
teen an 1 one-l nil I. amis hiL-h. bv r.t Mall. .v.
I Ut .lam. I snn' liir l, Iini.-.n...! AM.in; -.'n-l
i dam. I'an. la. M lni...r:e.l Air-li.by; ".r i dam.
Imparled -weet llnar. I.y H, tm'. I'al lal-
lov is bv Lexington out of Oitueo by lllitiurled
Keli,..e
1KKM r.'r the eaon.
..Md !'! nr.- lurni.hrd i..r mares from a dis
tance. I'or riirtii..r ihfnrmalK.n Itlaek
! N"-l l'""k, l4ni-ille, Ky , where
! horfe is rek'isti r,-d .
mcli "4 mli Kit ii iRo Kih.obk.
I A Thoroughbred Eay Cljdea.lalc
. alalllori. S rear. ; bre 1 I.y r il-rim A
lo . 1 al'-n. w n, II i ; tire
Masnus Trail tiiOfsy!.
j Willi" br. I t' a In.it'd ntiuil.tr ,( ti,arp
duriin: l- 1 si l'r. r i r-k. In I. I, r.
ire j M ttL" Hi I "ail l'''V.i.
j l.Tani' viTr I .r i r r : ..n : 1 T 4T .
.. its ! I r 1 l.i .
s.k'if hi 1 II' r-;i .
li'ira" sire I. !;.! Ti4..
i Ok'kHtf ire ( A .-ar-t.id e. H hnnbt ill I.an
j 1 ark ls:r.
Terms t'T n-nre at.dt.
SJ i:. M W iti.ii, l'rjpr Cr.ik, I. T,
S.
t A:.
ak .
'''. ...srt,
V . " .Vsiv-.t low ereek
L ' t a "' n-
" I th" rier.
'I m a r a i
I 11 I'rop rmht
b J overbiilert
V... jMn ill I I u S "'x
.iftstiMirasi.. ... .JTJ II-".I
DUnATION!

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