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Cfote Figures on All Orders.
If ym re going to build,
give him a cnll.
yrxxtmun "Xxx.3.. Toxr.
'BJbB-JCNG ' 1805.
'Trees! Trees! Trees!
And Nursery Slock of All
Kindn nt tho
t),000 two yonr old Ben Dnvis,
,800 Ark. Mammoth Black Twig,
300 Ark. Black,
2,500 Romanito (Littlo Rod),
1,100 Red Limber Twig,
" 900 MiBsouri Pippin,
760 Early Harvest,
400 Red Juno,
I 200 Red Astruciian,
: 1 250 Rambo,
! $,000 Maiden Blush,
I .And largo numbers of many other
, 'varieties. Aleo PEACH, PEAR,
I 'PLUM and CHERRY TREES.
I XAXX, FIIUIT3
Ij And Ornamental Trees and Shrub-
bury. Come or send to tho nursery.
Vinita, - Ind. Ter.
People's Meat Market,
Veast of track.-
J. H. BAILEY, Proprietor.
Fresh and Salt Meats,
Lard and Everything to
Tempt the .A.ppotite.
J.B.& G. H. SPANGLE,
Caked & Inflamed Udders.
Bruises and Strains,
Harness & Saddle Sores,
All Cattle Ailments,
All Morse Ailments,
All Sheep Ailments
Membrane and Tissue
Quickly to the Very
Seat of Pain and
Ousts it in a Jiffy.
Rub In Vigorously.
MyUng LJ meat conquer
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Kentucky Stock Farm
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Tlii lik if tki Horn Nwm.
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wrjmri la aiafca of
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ft tmr Everywhere
s) W Sold Everywhere. A
1 Mr Grown Everywhere.
f fERRYS 5EEDS1
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SEASONABLE FANCY WORK.
FaatyTrineato Oecapyrt Uoman'l I.lur
To have evor had nt hand something
pretty In tho way of po"dloivorl to
occupy n spare moment Is One of tho
bits of tvlsdom that soma woman aro
much p-ivcn to. It Is possible, vi
littlo good material, to prepare holiday
irlfls that aro conspicuous for their
elegance, nnd doubly nppreclalad bo
cause thoy Involve enro, time, thought,
and not a littlo skilled labor. Among
tho most nttracttvo of theso nro tollot
lets, consisting of scarf for tho dross
Ing-tnble, with mats, cushion-cover and
A pood cushion Is tho first necessity,
and to mako this Is not altogether an
easy task. Somo persons buy cushions
already stuffed, but ono need not do
this If cost Is any object. Strong mus
lin carefully stitched Into a squaro bag
Is required, and this Is filled as fult ns
posslblo with flno snwilunt, bran, or
other sultablo material. It is best to
pack tho corners very tightly, else,
after tho cushion Is used, It becsmes
soft and tho beauty of It Is destroyed.
Tho cushion may then bo covered with
plain silk or satin or, as somo prefer,
with whlto linen. Colored covers, how
ever, are much better liked by many,
as over theso laco tidies can be pinned
nnd changed at pleasure. The scarf
should bo mmlo with a vlow to tho
placo whero It Is to bo used. In somo
instances ono squaro for the mlddlo
and smaller sections for either end of
tho dresslng-tablo Is desirable. A
plcco of satin of the proper length
Is lined cither with moderately
thick muslin or with crinoline.
Then tho laco cover Is made. This
may havo a center of dotted muslin,
not lace, or somo fanciful bit of em
broidery, around which laco edging Is
set on fulL Tho cushion cover Is usu
ally In a square, with laco gathered on
and ribbon bows at each cornor. Dainty
and useful covers that aro washablo
aro mado by drawing threads nnd hem
stitching tho edges. Then ribbons nro
run through nnd tied .In knots or ro
settes at tho corners. Those mny bo
taken out when tho linen Is tvi bo
A handsome set is mado with a dia
mond of fine linen wrought with a very
elaborate monogram. To make n
square, strips of insertion and beading
nro set on until tho proper proportion
Is reqehed; then a band of linen Is
stitched around tho edge of tho laco
nnd just ncross tho points of the dia
mond. Around this Is wldo edging to
match tho Insertion. This Is an ex
quisitely dainty design, nnd whUu
somewhat dtillcult to make, well repays
tho labor bestowed upon It. I.lnun
squares with alternate rows of bind
ing and narrow embroidered Insertion
with edging of embroidery to match,
mako beautiful covers and durablo
ones as well. There aro also art squares
nnd fancy silks that work up to good-j
ndvantagoand make useful accessories
at not very great cost If one keep?
one's eyes opsn while going about. It Is
n vcry asy matter to provide the work
basket with materials that aro always
I n the purchaso one should not for
get a full assortment of silks of all
sorts, those, for etching, filling In and
ordinary embroidery may be tound nt
almost all fancy stores, but thcro aro
only a few of them that are absolutely j
fast colors. As this Is a matter of a '
good deal of Importance, It Is worth
whllo to see that ono gets only the
best. The difference In cost Is but tri
fling, nnd it Is extremely aggravating
after spending a long time on a piece ol
work to find that the materials fade at
tho first touch of sunlight. X. Y. Led
ger. LATE FANCY WORK.
Decorative figure for Ornamental bofa
A sofa cushion that Is sufficiently
decorative to rccolve applauso from
the most fastidious Is made of orange
red art sheeting, nnd curiously covered
with a writhing coll of large Japanese
dragons. The creatures aro worked in
long and short stitch, done with coarse
silk in shades of gray ranging from
pearl whlto to black. Occasional
stitches worked In with metal thread
give an Indication of glittering scales.
Tho figures aro outlined with two rows
of gold thread. Tho odgo of tho pillow
is finished by a frill of black satin rib
bon, upon which black and gold span
gles are dotted.
Another sofa pillow- that would be
charmingly suitable for certain styles
of rooms Is made of thick satin of tho
color called Egyptian red. Tho pattern
drawn upon the service is nn Imitation
of the decoration upon Egyptian pot
tery, being mostly human figuros
drawn In profile and some few symboli
cal forms. Tho pattern is not worked
in any way, but the satin ground Is en
tirely covered with darning in black
silk. Largo reversed points or half
diamonds aro set together and left bare
llVo the figures all around the edge of
the cushion, which has no other finish
except a silk cord covering thesepms.
The figures, which nro from threo to
fivo Inches high, nre arranged as if
crossing the cushion procosslonally.
The darning, although closely done,
docs pot prevent a gleam of tho satin
coming through. Harper's llazar.
A man went into the laboratory of an
analytical chemist ono day, with a
bottlo containing an unwholesome
looking mixture. "I bought this of a
traveling man," ho said, "and I feel
sure It Isn't what it ought to bo. I'd
give fivo dollars to know what would
make the water and oil In this prepara
tion separate." The chemist looked at
It "Very well," ho said, "clve ino tho
flvo dollars and I will toll you." Tho
visitor promptly handed him a five-dollar
bill Tho chemist took it gravely,
and then, removing tho cork from thu
bottle, quietly dropped Into the liquid
a pinch of common salt. Instantly tho
water ana oil separated. Tho man's
face was a study. 'He had got what ho
wanted, and had paid his own price for
It The chemist evidently felt that ho
was well paid by his visitor's astonish
ment, howovor, and returned the five
dollars with a laugh. Youth' Com
panion. A Marvelous l?up.
In his recently publlshu-' memoirs
(leu. Marbot. who took part in nearly
every one of Nnpoloon's campaigns,
describes a hair-breadth escape. He
was charging tho Austrian? at thu
heud of his regiment, when his horse
was killed tinder him. Marbot fell,
and tho cavalry parsed over him with
out touching him, which Is not sur
prising, as a horse, unless wounded or
tired out, generally avoids treading nn
human bodies. Ho lwgjti to think ho
wot safe, whan he perceived hU regi
ment returning at full gallop, pursued
by a division of tho Austrlans. Oen.
Marbot ruullzed that if ha could not
keep pace with tho horsemen he would
lie cut down without mercy. The
thought of certain death Increased his
Mrflngth a hundred fold. Ho held up
III liauik which were graspjd by two
riders, who, dragging Mm along by
giant strldo beltyueu ho!r horsoi,coc
veyod htm to ft plaooof s.afe,y, Oolden
jjvod. 1 tried to sliarpoii pencil with if.,
Little Dot-Well, of course, H Isn't
it pencil kulfe; it' a penknife, I u it!
4 4j r - theru.ji -
The Nrotrh City' Method nt Handling Four
teen Hundred Men.
Tho tllnsgow police forco U a One and
woll-dlsclpllncd body of nenrly 1,400
men. filzo and strength havo bjen
counted prlmo qualifications In thclrfcc
lcctlon, nnd their nverago height Is just
under 0 feet. Their average ago Is 31,
nnd their nverago length of service Is
ton years. They nro organlrod under u
chief constable, ten superintendents,
and twenty-eight lleutemnts, with n
number of Inspector and scrgennts In
Immediate comnuin 1 of tho patrolmen,
or ordinary constables. A majority of
tho mon nro Highlanders Thoy nro of
excellent personal character as a rule,
and very faithful In tho p'rformanco of
routine duties. Tho forco Is universal
ly praled by tho citizens, nnd those
complaints and expressions of criticism
nnd distrust that ono hears In nny
American city nro unknown In Glas
gow. Tho chief Reoms to uso his own
discretion very largely In tho selection
of new men, nnd there Is no ordeal of
competitive examination to bo passed.
The selection of til" chief Is made by
tho council on reo t li'iurvl itloti of the
committee, nnd vnctmeies In tho other
ofllces nro usually filled by promotion.
From top to bottou.tlie police srvlce
commands ndrairatioa nnd confidence.
Tho police courts belong to this de
partment. Justice Is dispensed by the
lord provost, nnd by those members of
tho council, ten In number, who hnvo
been set aside by their fellows ns bailies
or magistrate. They arrange a scheme
of rotation, nnd nro nslstcd by nsscs
sors, thono being rractlclng lawyers
who nro paid for advising the citizen
magistrates on points of law. Tho
-magistrates themseives nre, of course,
not paid; but In order somewhat to
lighten their labors a stipendinry mag
lArate, or salaried pnlloa Ju 'gN Is cm
ployed at SS.(hK) a voir, w to sits con
stantly In the central diittkt and dis
poses of a lnrge share of tho business.
The general police government of the
city alo employs a law ufllccr or attor
ney known ns tho "procurator fiscal,"
who conducts prosecutions, when nec
essary, In the enforcement of the sani
tary and other stntutcs nnd rojulntlont
administered by the council in Its ca
paolty ns a poller board. 4
Half tho expense of police-force sal
aries and clothing Is met by n govern
ment grant, as for all other municipal
corporations In the lHng lorn, tho main
tenance of order being In theory and
origin a general rather than a local
function. The net charge of tho police
force upon tho loonl rates Is only about
S2.-.0.000. (i'agow has adopted tho plan
of building very commodious police
station establishments. In which arc
sleeping room, kitchens nnd mess
rooms for tho unmarried members of
the force. IMfrfng pensions nre nl
lowed, arfil everything pottlblc is done
bv tho' munlc,pa-.lty promotc hlffh
.,- 1lti .,i i,. . i
standard of personal character and a
strong sensa of fldollty among the
men charged with keeping the city s
peace and order.
The advantage of abundant Illumina
tion at night as a police measure seems
to me to bo appreciated in Glasgow as
In few other cities. There Is nothing
very noteworthy nbout tho gaslights
along all the public streets, unless tho
commendable clcarnoss with which
street names aro painted upon tho four
sides of the corner lamps as well as
upon tho corner buildings should merit
a passing compliment; but very notable
and unusual Is tho Illumination by tho
authorities not only of all private
streets and courts, but also of all com
mon stairs. The cost of gas and wages
of lighters forlllumtnatlngthecommon
stairs alone are greater than the same
Items of expense for lighting all the
public streets of tho city,
A part of the extra outlay Is reoov
crcd by special assessments, but a con
siderable margin Is a chnrgo upon the
general rates. Thus It cost for tho
yoar 15S7-SS to light private streets and
courts about S21.200, of which 311,300
wascoltectcd by a special assessment of
SS. 75 per lamp, leaving about 53.000 to
be paid from tho treasury. Tho ex
panse of lighting common stairs was
0S,&00, of which 830,600 was recovered
from owners bv nn assessment of SiW
per light, leaving tho city nearly
540,000 to pay. Tho net cost to the city
of the street lighting department
proper, including tho two services just
mentioned, but Including cost of super
intendence and central offices that per
tain to tho three services, was less than
Tho ium that owners pay tho city
for lighting courts and stairs aro per
haps moro than they would pay for In
sufficient illumination if the matter
were left In their hands. The excess
paid by the city In order to secure
proper lighting should be regarded,
like the police force and tho street
lamps, as a legitimate outlay for public
protection, convenience nnd order. As
the chief of police has remarked to me,
each lamp is as good as an additional
constable. The statistics of apprehen
sions and convictions for crime show a
rematknblc increaso In proportion to
tho number of crimes reported since
tho Improvement trust and tho stair
lighting have opened up tho many
ones dark -and almost Inaccessible ren
dezvouses of thieves and criminals,
whllo the total amount of serious crime
has steadily diminished In proportion
to the population. "Municipal Govern
ment In Great llrltaln."
A 1'romUlnjT Student.
Young Thlckhcdde, who has gradu
ated In medicine, Is very fond of giving
wlsa opinions on all matters. He
heard un elderly lady say one day:
Tho greatost sorrow of my life Is
that I have never had any children."
"Ah." said Thlckhcdde, "perhaps It
was ah horcdltary. Did your mother
have any children?" Youth's Com
panion. A Holld Ural,
Tho Man of tho Homo Here, poor
fellow. Is n sponge cake?
Hungry Hawkins O. say, boss, can't
yer give me somet'ln' more solid dan
Tho Man of the House (surprised)
Something "lore sol Id I Good heavens,
man, my wlfo baked this cake herself,
nnd It Is the first one she ever made!
All Olteillent Child.
Mother My goo4ness! Aro you ut
that candy again? I told you not to
pat candy on an empty stomach. ,
Little l'et-1 Isn't My 'tummick is
What of r
"Tandy." Good News-
Men commonly think according to
their inclinations, speak according to
their learning and imbibed opinions
but generally actucoordlng tocuston.
Cure for Hoaduoho.
Ah a renirdy for all forms of head
ache electric bitter has proved to be
tlm very bast. It (-fleet a permanent
cure and (he moil dreaded hsbltusl
sick headaches yield In Its Influence).
We urge all who aro sfllleted to pro
cure a bottle, and give tills rt uifldy a
lia. n esse of habitual consflps.
tlou rlvutrlo bjttcrs pure by (dvlriR
the' needed tone to the bowe, and
low cases obj? resist the uw of ti
medicine. Try It once. LniU bottle
euly UHy j)euU at A. W. Forewsn's
Chestnut l'lo Onito or chop ono
pint of fresh chostnuts, add oiio pint
of mllkTj'thrcoeggs. ono cup of sugar
and a little" salt This will mako two
pies. Tiils rcclpo Is roprlntod from nn
Issue of several years ago, for tho bene
fit of J. II. V. and others. Farm and
- cold Tonguo on Toast Toko cold
smoked tongue, mlnco It line, mix 11
with tho fbeaten yolks of eggs, rmd
cream or milk, and a dash of cnyenno
pepper; prepare thin, small squares of
buttered toast, placo them on n hot
platter, putting a spoon of tho meat on
each pletc. Servo very hot Houe
l'mlt Cako (Plain.) Half a pound
of butter nnd a pound of sugar beaten
to a cream, add tho yolks of four well
beaten eggs, stirtlll light, then nddtho
whites beaten to a stiff froth, then add
onc-hnlf pound of English currants,
flavor with mace, add a light pound of
Hour in which has Wen stirred a hcnplng
U-aspoonful of baking powder, llako
In a moderate oven. This Is very good
If eaten fresh. Iloston lludgct
l'lsh Holla. Take half a pound of
nny raw whlto fish, freo of skin and
bono, nnd poun 1 it in n mortar with a
tablcpoonfnl of butter nnd two tnblo
spoonfulsof bread crumbs. When re
duced to n paste, ndd two wcll-benten
eggs, half a teapoonful of anchovy
sauce, salt and cayenne to tnsto. lllend
thoroughly, nnd mako into rolls nbout
the slzo of nn egg. Hrush over with
egg nnd dip tulcJ in vermicelli, broken
fine, nnd fry n golden brown. Servo
garnished with slices of lemon nnd
sprigs of parsley. Leeds Mercury.
Ulco llnnnocks. Ono teacupfnl of
rler- act over the firo In n llltlo wnter
u ntll It hns swelled thoroughly. Add
ono teacupfnl of milk nnd n piece of
butter nbout tho slzo of n walnut
This must be dono nt night Let tho
mixture stand Mntll morning nnd then
ndd hnlf n pint of Indian meal, two
wcll-bcatcn egg, two tnblespoonfuls
of flour, n liberal pint of milk nnd n
little salt llako an hour In shallow
pans. Ladles' Home Journal.
Cold Koufllo Pudding. Dissolve
half an ounco of trelatlno In a cupful of
milk; add the yolks of three eggs and
sugar and stir over the firo In doublo
boiler till It thicken. . Mix with this
custard an equal quantity of rich peach
or apricot prose rvo which Is first put
through a sieve or strained, and tho
flavor brlghteno.1. If necessary, by a
judicious addition of lemon or orange
juice, or maraschino. A littlo cochi
neal to brighten tho color Is also de
slraltlc. Heat tho whites of four eggs
to a stiff froth and stir lemon In, light
ly, with an upward motion, so 3T to
mix urithoulloslnjr llghtnes. Mold as
usual. Country Gentleman.
USES OF MIRRORS.
Invaluable a tluaril Acnlntt Had Habit
In Mantling or sitting.
Mirrors reflecting the person nt full
length nro most desirable articles with
which to havo a house abundantly sup
plied. To see one's self often, nnd in
nil kinds of postures, Is a guard ngntnst
bad habits both In fitting and standing.
Hardly any girl would persist In
standing with arms akimbo if she could
seo her distorted figure as It appears
to others. Children would become
more graceful, their gestures would be
more easy, whllo their attitudes would
bo In every wav moro charming If they
could frequently hco themselves re
flected from mirrors on nil sides In
It Is a mistnkc to think thnt this cus
tom would foste? vanity of nn obnox
ious kind In young psople. It should,
Indeed, make them vain to the degreo
that they would wish to appear at the
most pleasing ndvantnge; but this Is a
form of vanity which parents would do
well to cultivate. A young lady known
to the writer was carol of a facial ex
pression exceedingly annoying to her
family by happening to seo herself In a
mirror ono day wlu-n she was Indulg
ing In It
There wottl I ba fewer round shoul
ders less loaning on elbows, less sit
ting In Inel'gint positions, and, I
trust, far less gum-chewing If houses
were built with large mirrors hero and
there let Into the walls. Hut let us
have plenty of sm-ill ones in the nur
sery. In the corners of the dining-rooms
and chambers, and, above all, in those
rooms whpr the family congregates.
A mother I knon used to find n mir
ror of much service In amusing her
baby while she went nliout other
duties. Know ing that babies love tho
company of other children, she ar
ranged a looking-glass so that he could
sec himself nnd nil his toys and sur
roundings re'.leote I In it, nnd ho imme
diately acoepte 1 the subttituto for a
This believer In tho mirror as n
means of entertainment for children
used to allow a littlo niece who came
sometimes to stay with her to find her
pleasure in tho same way on days
whon the wcathor was bad and she
could not go out The child would
frequently stand before a large mirror
by tho hour togothar plnylng "lady,"
than which there is no more delightful
make-believe in tho world for little
She was allowed to have ribbons nnd
fans and gloves, a parasol and veil,
and, of course, a long skirt, nnd If tho
things were not the freshest or most
modern of their kind she never knew
it or at least her pleasure was not nt
nil nffocted by the fact
The balls she attended, tho car
riage rides she took, and the enter
tainments sho gave Hero counties,
and, what was so ohnrmfng In It
all, she was thoroughly unconscious.
Tho reflected poi-Miuugo was another
Individual altogether, and the sweep
ing courtesies she made to the fine lady
In the glass wore but the poreursors of
the graceful manners whloh charmed
everyone In her mother's drawing-room
m a inicr uoy. narper s iiazar.
leather Make the Hint.
The biggest of all really powerful
flying birds are the wandering alba
tross and tho Kouth American condor.
Keen on tho wing, or even with tho
wings expanded uuroly, both these
great birds have a most majestic nnd
colossal nppearance. Hut feathers in
such casus are very deceptive; tlmy
mako fine birds out of very small bodies.
For example, tho well-known little En
glish swift, which looks so imposing
In flight as It passes overhead with
pinions poised, is hardly us big when
plucked as a man's top thumb-Joint,
and weighs only half an ounce. Ho,
too, tho albjtross, though Its expanse
of wing Is s.i Id to exceed that of any
other known bird, amounting some
times to nearly ten feet from tip to
tip, does not uvomgu In weight moro
than fifteen pound As for the condor,
while he spans from wing to wlngsome
ight feet. Ills length from beak to
.nil Ih only three and a half,
Tbo Dlooovery Saved Ilia Llfo.
Mr. O. Oalllouette, Druggist, lieav
ersvllle, III., says, "To Dr King's
New Discovery I oo my life. Was
taken with La 'jrlppe, and tried all the
physicians for miles about, but of no
avail ami was given up and told I
could not live. Having Dr, King's
New Discover) In my store I sent for
a bo) lie and began lis use and from the
first dose began to get belter, and after
nslng tliree bottles wai up and about
Kjn. It Is worm ts weight In golt.
VVe Hoii'tkessloVe qi homo without
u, uei ifo trui at a. w, fore-
i i bbbi
,' Uuoklen'a Arnloa Salvo.
Tho beat salvo In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
ever sores, letter, chapped hands,
chilblains, rorns, and all kln erup
tions, and positively cures piles, or no
pay required. It Is guaranteed to slve
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box; or sale by A.
D. M, MARKS & GO,,
TOWN LOTS BOUGHT
Conveyances Made, Etc.
CORRECT CITY PLAT
Can save you money in
buying city property.
Upstairs in Skinner Bld'g,
S. IC HALL
11 bought the
Russell Fatm Gate
l'lrnt for the Cherokee and (June nation anil
I prrnarril to furnith UMe. Farm HUM nr
territory i lias alio chame of balance nr Indian
nil Oklahoma Territories Addrea him rare
llox 111.'. Vinita. 1ml. Ter. 10-tf
vixjixa., nro. tajii'
STRICTLY A NEWSPAPER.
SubscrMilon 9 1 .00 n Yoar.
Job Work of All Kinds
2e.ttonlr Horn rnAvmtry;
ARE NOW OPEN.
Clngor Alo, Champagno Cldor,
Soda Water of All Kinds,
Carbonatod SolUor Wator
Hot Soda and Chocolate,
Tr7 hilir rt tkfat Drl.k,
Sherry and Blackberry Wlno,
All Qoods Made from Strictly
Pure Sugar and Fruit Juices!
300 DOZEN QUARTS PER DAY.
Tral From Earroiaillac Tonal Solicited.
A. D. Cubine,
Kiaehetarcr of a Dtattr la
BOOTS Ml SHOES
Docs all kind of boot and shoe work
and guarantees n lit and satisfaction In
every respect. Parties desiring work
can send their namesand addresses and
will recelro n circular glrlng full di
rections how to measure tho foot
J. W. CUHI.Vr', foreman, has done
nothing else fur jiV.rs nnd Is giving
bettor satisfaction In Ihs boat buslucss
than any mau hi Ih j WEST.
AT VINITA, I. T.
In th who nerd the lrrtinent lor the
l.litior. 5lrihlneur Tubiceo liablti, 'I he In.
itllullou located at Vinil lor Hill iurioe of.
frra Kreatur Inducement than any other of the
kind In Hie United Htitr
lu the ttnl I'lace, n I awav from taloon In
fluence In the iecond lilac, the chargra are
lower by half than in other.
Thll Initilulinn hai been In operation nn
jer. under theeharire uf J ll Trott. SI ll..
a Krainate of medicine, with lliirlyflie vtar'
experience Ha li hi own treatment and
compound and dinlnlle' all of hi uirdl.
cine II li by thu mni able to admlnliler
lit each patient the alrenath of medicine adipt
ed to f cli Indlf Idual rat.
Tho treatment haa been to reduced In price
a tnbrlnr ll la reach or all whndeilrall the
price for either the Liquor or Morphine cure li
SJti U'i Hi Ti. Iiii co cure la SI to, lent by en
pren lo any addreunn receipt of the price
Anyone taking; the l.lqnnrnr Morphine cur
not lltlidrd that the treatment la a lurcri
will have their money refunded to them whan
the treatment la flnlilied
I hli treatment hai proven s perfect lueeeia.
Every patient who hai taken It ha been thor
oughly cored and not a alnale one hai returned
to the habit again. Yon are Invited to Inveill
aat t lila treatment before twins' elibwher
Ihl von can do by nnrreipnndlna with the
prominent bmlnrii and profenlonal men of
Vinita CertlOealea from p.irtom who have
been cured of all of Iheia liihlll under till
treatment tnfelher with their poitonlcead
dren will be cheerlully furnlihed nn applica
tion by mill, id that anyone dailrlnr may
enter fnlnrorreipondinee with them. Thlala
a home institution
Any communlcitlon addreaied to J It.
Trott. It I) , wilt meet with a prompt re.
pome and all lattera ar treated ai confiden
J. R. TROTT, M. D.,
rek box 230, Vinita, Ind. Ter.
Offlealn Hill building,
And other men, I have ft pen
nine Ihiiroushbrrd Cleveland
nay none, ami owma, to ma
eilrem hard lliuea ha will
land at one-half the regular
lXIHT price, lie will itand through
'2fi:Vf not the iiiinii or IHU it the
Willow Slirlr a farm a mile onth at Vinita
and four rnllea north or Ills Cabin awllch,
lliree.rourlh of a mils writ of While-Oik
lank an Whit n.t ereek Thl hone h
heretofore Hood at S)0 lo Iciarea foall Sit lo
Inifra a living foil Season ol (TO will he
S.1.S0 to Iriiora a foali SS.oo lo liimre s living
foal, (aeaimileri for pedlarr and deicrlp
tlpn ) Vou are- cordially Invited to call and
fiaailnatlilt Lnise failure fre of rhiri
r Mr ri irtsmiAK'JAN.
ma luduet:c.ili wlU tie (Iran for dab.
IS . lliur.
U th direct Una ttironsh Contra! Hliionrl.
Sontheiittrn Kaniai and th Indian Tmltory
Jo Teaat, thane oa la iltip wlr a U
Was the Snt railroad ever balll Into the la.
dim Territory ind wai theflrittoer thl
border Into leia and pnih on through thl
thriving lowm or the ilate to lilt water Th
KATY ll alwayi the tint to get "nl or the old
rati and Improve Hi faclllll'i for handling
puiinairi and rrrlght. Ai the early eetllen
Jioved from old Ing cablna to the more rum.
fortabl roodarnlied home, lohai the KATY
advanced and moved her panengeri out ol
Wagner XUaeo Sleeping GsureJ
riDit ileeptng ear aervle In th world.
Another dvne li the Introduction of th
aBKRIClK EXrilKKH COMTAM to do the ex.
prill bnilnen of thll company The abov
iprm corariny coven tlnri from th Allan
Halo the Oulf.and none atandihlghat than it.
THE KATY REACHES
Trora Ilinnlbal, above SI. Lonli and Kaniai
City, to llomlon, Teaai, the head of tldt
water, over Iti own rail, and pama throngs
Dialiia, Sktraia, Dilln, Ft. Worth,
Wankatchle, Itllliboro, ffir,TmU,
Belle, Tjlar,Gitttllle, Itearletta,
Butrep, Lackhirt,Nia Bircei, La
Qraage, Heaitoa aad Gilrtitoa,
Hani through M12T
And atrordi comfort! and eonvenlincei to Its
pitron nnoqnaled by any other 8onthwitra
Lin. Any pirioni wlihlng to villi
IT. LOUIS, CniCAOO, S.1SI8 citt, uminiii
or the productive plain and pralrlei of HIS
SOtlni, SU'SIH 1SU Till l.1DU!( TIBItlTOr.T,
ihould by all meant take the
XTiaiaoujif ICnnoara eUToacna 33y
Ai It ll the moitdlreet.beit equipped and rani
THROUGH WAGNER SLECPERSloall
above point Without t.niia where direct
conneellon 1 mid In Union Depot! foi all
polnli North, Ent and West.
Freo Ronllnlng Chair Cars
On all Pirough train For further Inform.
Hon ai to rate, routri, mapi, time table,
Wiping ear reirrvatlona, ate., call oaorad
drill yoar nureit ticket agent.
(Solid Through Trains)
rrom Kansas City Chicago,
Si. Joseph, Denver,
St. Paul and Minneapolis,
Veatlbalril urmwlnr lloom Steeping Cbm
Kecllnlng ( hair Car (Seat free).
Through Bleeping? Cara From
TEXAS POINT8 vln HANNIOAL, to
VU XltaaourL Kaniaa Tciaa RaUway aad
Chicago, Burlington & Qutncy R. B.
Only On Change of Cara to
-swTHE ATLANTIC COAST-.
AND EA8TERM POINTS.
4Tralna Dally Between ST. LOUIS, 8T. M
PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. A
OleepmgOr St. Loula to Orraha.
D. 0. IVES, 11. C. ORR,
Oen. riu. & TkL A'gL Att.Qen. Pjii. A'gt
ST. LOUIS, fllO. KAN. CITY. MO '
KANSAS OITY, ft
Omaha, Pueblo & Donvor.
fullaga Bt'Jit Eluplaj Can sal rrst
REOLININO OHAIO OAR8
T. LOUIS AND WICHITA,
Owner of miree who
ulth lo relic lionet
worth railing, hating
lire and ilyle are re
rnlndel that t 111 a hone
and hit colli lute taken
more pren lumi than anv iimlly i'f Imrt-t In
the territory heiinn (money due !rpt I
1KAI s ui. eholreornieyounserhnriee.St 00 1
choice of threejiirka an Mi All 1' Warren'
firm7mllr utheatl of Vinita
e!a I) 8 WlltllKN, Owner
Imporird Miir hone will
make tiie IBM teainn 10 rnllei
li. .rlli wei uf Vliilta nn I'aw
av at I W Marlln'a place
IU until Aug I, S7 su lor fall
leiioti) ImiIIi in Iniur Lord
Cerrlnxton wai Imporieil
Irnni L'nrntniliiie. Knir In
IHrtii wrlitha KV) ami it a perfrol animal trie.
Ing hack lo the belt horiei the llrlllili lite
ever produced Milt for pedigree
I'maiav, a blood bay llainblplnnlan, Mil
lundi. I?) Ibl , 3 yean old. term (I.
roehl.niS J K L'i.av, Vlnlla, 1 T.
li a uriutilul mack. H31
li.ndi high weiah near ljuu
pound! loaledJuue ID, lK).
wai bred by A 1' llobrrla
i'yanei HeiKit Ky,, purctiae
e. ol Uen W II, ileiilry or
I.elnilion. Ky liy W J
11 ill., II. i.Md.r i.r III....
aide 1'ark. adjoining Llminte, Keiitii He
hate not apace to tabulate lilt pedigree He
iiuiniuiiii turner, in I i aim lit ilim
M in none by Mcljuidd PUMixnd dam. Hlimle
II., by AMI (lon.i. 2St0 or further pedigree
of above dam ire Vol American Stud Hook
v. here II will ihow llnl tldi hone ll bred alio
,n.,.n,.,?l I'orple. treeing three llrnei lo
Abdellah II, Hie of (loldimlth Maid, tho
grealeil rice mire ever Inaled lilt lire Je.
rome Turners l.tl 2 (hair mil trarl) Smjo (
by llyerly Ahdallah K4, l,e by tlarnbrlno
I'atcheni lit dim Nellie by old 'In in Hall
iKM) Jrroine Turner li the winner nf I he
henl premium for itillloni and three of lit
colli il th Ixinatnn fair, where he com.
lifted wllli inch milium Red Willei, J,v.
bird lllaek Wllkea. and othrri llnnleeau
2Hie baa never been In a rareihe cni too much
money to race llll he gnl hli growth I will
pay SlfOfor the flnt roll nf i,n hone drlrin
in a race In 2 SO or belter
Thl linrie will mike th teainn at my farm,
10 mllea lonllieait of Vlnlla. peitnre free, bm
I will not be reipomlble for arcldent 'Ih
price la oo for a coll that Hindi ni and
Now la the time tobrrel Imrira la Ilia ren.
ina allowed mi lei Imriea than In IWI Th
hone market will be rflVrlid llieiam it other
itork when farmrra iiult railing that uipal
number Hone bayeri think there wen more
hnriei br lulf ihlpperl out of Xrogtio count r In
lr1 thin tliete wai relied In ll (nine and
lea Houlceau ind tireir colli that Will bring lep
pilcei, and jt In the iwlrn
, M U- W, HOPKINS.
Afgrt , QmUmt Kfer aad Trainer.
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Itango on little
bit and iplH In
each eart o0lli
lomeon lilp and
aame on inonl
O. V. IIOOBRB,
Claremore, Ind, Ter.
miot. fiangi I T
J. B. TOWARD!!,
T. O. Vlnlla, lBdlast Territory.
itnn aad lallt
traaded i D a
SI teat i
fan Jaw, a
li. I Mb,
relv keif exile
, WUt par SSO.ce rtwerd rer tavletlea sua ad
M altauag aa aalnal la IkU Sraad.
Chaises, I. T.
Strip tr CM
Klirki Orep off Ik
right, aadmlope la
AjiaEB Bmge fear ail In
rour Mile, i. t.
Ranraon Fear Ml)
U mllea loutbeait t
Che-opt, Ran Mark
L.U. in rigai ear-
Aree hnknil f k mm ia
ahonlder. No catui
Bold xopt for hla
B. H. MAYES,
Pryor Creek, I. T.
fork and on
dirblt In om
In the other.
All eiltle are
branded S A
and notch on
on lell aide A
O on leftlaw
A few branded J W E on ilde
J. O. HOOAN,
Pryor Creek, I. T.
Swallow fork and
nxderblt In right ear.
Range on 1'ijor
on Ulg Cabin
Weil of Ulna
only for iblp
mint. S100 rewird
J. H. BARTLE3,
iiariieavine, I. r.
Xiarly all have right horn tipped
Adair, I. T.
Overblt A on
derbll In right)
nndrblt In th
ad AH (eonntct
ad) on the left
Range oa rry
P. B. SMITH,
Waeoner, I. T.
creek and Ver
In paitura 2
The left ear
O. H. ARMSTRONG,
Ooodys Bluff, I. T.
Borne cattle hr n.l
alio) mark, crop both
ear, iplll In rlglitthad
originally ondirblt la
(tinge at month of
Hone brand CA oa
oa right blp A thigh
O. L. WAOHDOUnNH,
Southwest City, Mo.
Smooth crop In eaea
ar, underblt In tight.
Range Ronnd Spring
frame, g rollei gait or
Hone hrindi O oa
Soma cattle branded
oa left blp.
ST. IIEItSUlt, Chetopa, Kan.
Parlor and Bedroom Furniture
Largut itock In toathirn Kinia.
WOOD and NIKTAL.IO COFFINS.
rraetleal Xmbalmira. Telegraph orders at
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET
OF ST. LOUIS.
THE ST. LOUIS NATIONAL
Located it East SI Louis, 111.
Dtrietlyoppoill lb ell of SI. Iooli Bar.
r lor ill dnerlptlon of Live stock alwaya la
attiadince. Sail within tha groandi of the
Bok Yard! I. a Ileef Canning ( ompany, with
cipaclly for ilinahtiilne i.ouabeadofcatlla
dally, aad l'ork I'acktqg Kilabllibminti biv
capacity for iliogbitrlpg U.ovo hogi dally,
I8AAO H. KNOX, PrtaW
HAS. T. JalMIS MUst,
i anIdeal family medigine
Ueadeek., l.llpll., 4
I OM SMI UiaHTUVlSi AU IM) pSdMataaCH,
Tier ektetaed lr. .
i aeelleatlea te aeereel S
I A - Cftney Mmk Mur4m ! MMA M H
lailH WATT MATES,
vW f Pryor Creek, Ind. Tear.
n UTtAVnnn ytJSP Bom ,tM" braadea
U. l'HAYHBB, Sa?SBaS!tSaF,?? "'P ra tha bob.
Vinita, I. T. BBOBOBr'fjtT "" braadad LAD
j, DaaBBBBBavCiti'uS Crop and apllleatb wg
VrPsaMrl W. W. MTLLtia, r
Ar nil ii mLvjrf9mWMfmwmmmWm1 ? 9
kst Wlenlsf; wlU U baaertsiaal.
serresa-. IBS TsrwMS as mm
Urje r traall iterd Is ah H
4ertM th brsaek.
aagc: "i n im " '
d. i DiiinT ;
Claremore, lad. Tt.
(H VHietaMe. !
.T. O. HAtili.
Vinita, Indian Territory.
uange on uari eia.
SW reward for eonfla
Hen of Ihifl or IIHI
Vinita, i. x.
iadirblt la sl.Skl.
ana narlk and tall
Hen krindl O 1
Vinita, Ind. Ter. ,
Crop lift, crop and aa
air nin crop ngm.
O. A. WILLIAMS,
Coodys Bluff, Ind. Ter.
oora orenaen A wm
lift ihoutdir oo
ild X on hip. Eaagi
on aaiienix. apriaee
W. H. NOBLES,
la a -a-i I
R. R. TATtXOH;
Postoffloe Vinita, I. T.
Chelsea, Ind. Ter.
OatalaVwtU. fhl .
O. P. WILLIAMS,
Miami, I. T.
Either hip. Raag
Markt Crop right,
overblt left.- '
Somi branded i
Falrland, Ind. Ter.
loe. alark, erf
aad aplit lit
wi at iu.
Jickil, 14. Tee.
W. P. niNQO,
Nowata, I. T.
bit aad andir
bit lrt rf
the croi P
Uarki SwaTiow Tofk and nadir- Rangei Da-
bll lerti imooth crop left. ' craix aiai
Cattle iold only for ihlpment Mowata, fakaa
JOHNSTONH & KBBLHR,
Bartlesville. I. T.
on right eldeiieaa
bare Ike bar j
en rigni iiae wtlk.
oal the trail Tart
ouroldbriadiindin inatki Hinge oa Ua
J. T. MoSPADDHN,
1'ostolllco at Chelsea, Ind, Tor.
urerbll In right.
Alio JC on hip or
Range ilxtalle well
ofChelira. . feblMJU
N. SKINNER, Vinita, Ind. Ter.
.'lioueau, Ind, Ter,
Oil Is an left alder,
llorae branil It W ,.
Ring oaTThlt Oak.
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