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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 23 October 1890

Indian Chieftain. LOO' ar--r&r Za. Xd' rafelUaetl Thr.laT r Tit Ixmax Chimtiix ITMaunxuCnKFAXT. 3LX. JULFwKlr, Uger. Visita, Ixd. Tke., Oct. 23, 1890. K sxe with x reputation at atafce will hire the intrepidity to state teal this is not a decidedly ttQns pcBcr Ax agreement has been arrived at fe? U commissioner and the Cfeejensee and Arapahoes for a rs&qishsent fey the latter of a large body of their lands and they have Ween signing the contract for several days. For seventy years the Masonic grand lodge of Xissouri has been held annually at SU Louis, bnt on the closing day of the session last week a resolution -was adopted samisg Kansas City as the place f holding the next session. Jcdge D. A. Habvet, of Okla 'oeaaUity, has jnst been nomi nated by the Republicans for dele gate to eosgress. Judge Harvey is every inch a man and in addi tion a mighty clever and affable one aad his selection for this re Fpossible position is a credit to the party that ncminated him. TAHLsqAft t...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 23 October 1890

'v Indian t,m. Vixxta, Ixn. Ter. Oct. 23, 1SS0. Lm1 Btukwkti Ti TaM. W;CU, KANSAS A TEXAS. COIXG OCTH. ABKIVK 4:ma.ra HCTACT. Irfrss.rn. S-. yilanb'l 9t,L.AT.K: COI50 XOCTB. .,!:!s,,-m,,12:!. J.S-1S. frelt and accoml S:ia m- I S:15pm 8r LOUIS X SAX FRANCESCO RAILWAY. xmar. llASpm. ll:lom OCrsCT- E from St-L. to Tals. Accommodation -- . i;:topm. coca Iswarnt I ok DiriKT. KtRhnrw :15nm. -. , i.-nn- . ....I .- -;-,j- r ishtrli ixhotl at I" - " reaching at H HT?Ty. cSiile srvic. every rinniiiil Cfctweh.-S. Sleuards. pa !, ISSSrio.. m-; jrarermeet- J.TIW. RESIDENT DENTIST, YiniU. - - - Ind-Ter. Xoos.a ecttMt itfraer opera toae, second Sr&w- PHYSICIAKS SURGEONS, TINTTA, C. N. 0ce ia Oyer &oa8 XorSieaat cor aw. seeeatl teer. a W.rXA5, PHYSICIAK & SURGEON. Office is froat room of Skinner. Rat cliff .fc Co's trwldiajT, apetairs. Office boars: 8 to 11 e'ciock a- m.; 2 to 5 'C,9CkVlWlSD.TE. M. F&AZEE, PHYSICIAN .fc ACCOUCHE UK, Teamen hi pvofeseioaal enrice8 to the rewdeaw ei V...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 23 October 1890

r "Tain"1""' SLdSEPS LUCK. Bn HB JBOBvj 9BL . . wwkivs aana npct4 Sot wy Jk CCASIONALLY misfortone tries to find out how many disasters of assorted sizes she can unloari ob a single indi -ridnal in a single day. ihe tried an experitn e n t tot this kind net long- since on a young- man who went- to Coney with ten dollars nd"hi4 best Peri. Although the season was draw las' to dose when the gate on the pier was opened, ..nite an avalaacbe of typical Coner Island re- serters poured over the gangway into the steamboat. There were Harlemitcs, East aiders and people of both sexes, a4 dwellers on Cherry mil, and swells frosH Fat Dirrer's ward and the Region jnPja)8d- about- city k hall, Italians from "Mafterrj" street. Ethiops from Boule- Tard de Thompson. Jews from Chatham Square, girls from AJacj's and other big tZfsale'ShopplacTinks, a sprinkling of wilted dodes, proselytes, strangers in KewYork from the Sosth and the hill country round about Xew Jersey. Severxl brigandish-looking Italia...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 30 October 1890

-S'U CHIEFTAIN. THE INDIAN Derated te the iHlcrcsts ot the Chcrokccs, Ckectaws, Chickasaw, ScmlBelcs, Creeks, and all Other Indian of the Indian Territory. VTNITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1890. VOL. IX. NO. 8. CHICFTAHf PUBLISHING CO. i CURRENT COMMENT. Tins oWriiilt aa. eUiseas at Quebec fare the Cssete de Paris a graad recap ttea Us arrival there the other night. "Tkk Chasms OBuu aaaoBBces tho total popatottoB srf "ste State cf Florida to bo WMM; iaoeMe ia., or44.SSper wot Ax Trash. Kaagary. reeeatly la a duel tot-gat with, others, Lleateaaat Haaar. on mttkm aaiabmmss. had oae ol his Linathfc-bady: AxMnt( a fa-taUfseleosies from QoUit. Ceaat Xareazt, oae of tho aaeUata hi this aa-!-, received shot - woaad fresa which he wae dy i&g. A raerefiA&'hM beea sub-Bitted la the lowchoMcof the Aastriaa Diet to ln cweee the 4ry ea Aoericu weavera" apooU la. retaJIatfea for the McKInley tari'. Tkk ceBBUiee having la charge the tree tie at statue of President Chester A....

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 30 October 1890

Indian Chieftain. . I6jllabet "nmrvlsya ax Tncjsatay Cehutaix l'icuurvuCnrvr. Visit. Ixn. Tkk., Oct. SO. ISOO. The geological engineer of the Hock Island railway has been for some mouths looking into the mineral deposits of the wpsteni part of the territory. lie ex presses the opinion that no gold of any consequence exists in thp Chickasaw nation but the excite ment is dse to salting" and sys tematic booming. FItOOeEDINGS OF THE SYNOD. Tbo Fresbyterfsa Work In Good Condition and Growing; Enrroc Ciiieftajx: As request ed, 1 present to you for publica tion a-hriuf report of the Presby terian Synod of the Indian Terri tory, 'which convened in your town Wednesday, Oct. 22, ISOO. This body was composed of del egates from the different Indian nations and Oklahoma territory. though not so many were present as expected, on account of the re cant rains-and high waters. The business meetings were full of interest and profit. Many ques tions pertaining to the various phases of both school and ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 30 October 1890

K Indian an. Yisrrju Ix. Tre.. Oct. 30, 1S90. LOCAJL NOTES. Far-day aa "arrjr." Mr. and Airs Raymond are sick. both Tjiat Irifriii Tjtt Tnhr 3HJSWHW. KASSAS A TKCAS. corxa ocm. or Tuesday. -Sim Ilsllbss cne to Caattanooga, Teun., vlth MAftinnM nr9 will ctr ami aIt Trade baa been very good at Vinita ' tixtm oot ;. H Ltnli' rurally spent last week with J ASCITIC N. 3. Ilaab'l St.L-T Jx ! Cj.m nr.r ..itr. :Ka.ra. CSSp.ni. noiSQ 3c orrni. rec-?ntir. AH the ministers were provided for last week. Rev. Charles Jonrnejcake has bap tized 152 persons since J air. rEUSOSlL. KH1KESPKARE TABI.LMCX. Mr. and Mr. Ed II.il.cll are In Texas. , . eTfn,nfr o. SIttt aIlowM. at P. Walker, of Prairie City, was a visit- , the 8cadrraT Uie Dorcas society will present a j programme or tableanx from Sbakespeare'e plays. Those wbo remember the Washington tableanx last spring will need no urging to at- tend the Sbtkespeare tableaux at the Utter will far surpass any effort heretofore made. Tha costumes ; ad stag...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 30 October 1890

kDAY. OF "WRECKS. VM.Tac3rie KailrsfuULccldentB "7 liaOK,ray. lrtcbM CabUeioa of Colon raclflc and UttlilililTdTralni at Kmui Cltj Col- Males la m Keatnir Tanssl Aa otkcr la Alabama. " TOMtCK AT KASHAS CITT. Kias Crrr, Kan.. Oct 2i A. tail si eriUiiM, disastrous to life, limb MMTiuuyK.il j eecsrred on the Union Ba otafe Bia:lie at 7:10 o'clock yesterday awilsf just Issido ot the westers city liaaia ef Kaaoaa CUj; Kan-, and about Jmc Vlecks east ot Oakland arenas. Ike -?bes1 Eassts City & Cald well exfMM of the Boclc Island ran into the rear esd of the east-bound Denver express ea the Unloa Pacific The col Uoeto1vcs the lose of the life ot Baftator Patrick Cnllen, of the Bock K&Hhi; the injury of Fireman John CaS aaa. of sereral passengers, and the abstraction ot SSO.000 worth of rollihg Steele The cause ot the terrible col lision was the deaae tog that preralled la tie rly rearming- hoars, ot yester day, caBala; Both trains to belate. The tarirJnlaniV Company uses the Union ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 6 November 1890

CHIEFTAIN HE INDIAN Derated to tUc Interests of the Cherokee. Ckeotaws, Chickasaw. ScmlHelcs, Creeks, and all Other Indian ef the iHdlan Tcrrlterr. VOL. IX. NO. 9. VESTTA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1890. CH'HEFTrN PUBLISHING CO. "CURflENT COMMENT. "SCaxt AsBCRsox'e retirement from "the stage Is said to oe permanent Firaaot million billots were printed lee ike election in New York City. Iris stated that since the accession fe Czar Alexander In 1SSI, 270,000 Jewb have been expelled from Russia. ' Ik eesvl minors of Indiana, in State .-s.tiosv, sledded to stand by tho con tract eigaesl In the spring- with the pMtM,ad.xot demand an increase ITumUni-l has received the resig- HtSoa of Coeego & Batcheller as As- -jirtMt Secretary of the Treasury. Mr. '-keUc vsfll take the office ot Minls- to P-l. -Oiexr Vox Moltke, whose alnotieth j "sfesfcsfey avairersary ha. Jus: beea cele- j histed in Germany, has startled the -saerM by refusing- a Dukedom tendered Ua by Xspcror Willia...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 6 November 1890

1 -. Indian Chieftain. f-OO 2r "Tear- Za. Jm-.-r ratltlil Tbnm.laj-" lr Tn ItniiS CKirrraix l'C7tClut3n.OlVrAST. Vixita, Jxd. Tkc, Nov. G, 1S00. TOTBOATT3 KTiTIOTIOy. TheDemocrals seem to hare got everything worth having last Teedy and according to the es timates of leading Nov York pa pers irili have a majority in the hsua oi from 50 to 97. The tariff reews to have done the work and dene it effectually. As staled hy the Globe Democrat, "there was ne excuse for anj increase upon any article." But it is the new element in politics, the Alliance, which slaved tilings in the west and apparently beat a Republican Congressman or two in Kansas. From the Kansas Citv Star of last evening (Democratic) it ap pears that Patterson, Democrat, heat the Republican nominee for governor of Pennsylvania some 5000 votes. Massachusetts and Wisconsin also elected Democratic governors. The late of Congress man Sfclunley is still in doubt, hat he has certainly overcome rnoet cf the 2,500 votes which the D...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 6 November 1890

- ' r M h India iiel LM. Visita, Ixb. Tier., Nov. G, 1890. Iml Jkik-Msti Time IWe. Hl9Ser, KANSAS iTEXJLS. conKsKnu nrr.KT. a-asp-m, if.. l.Tf. K. T. E-Fprees I 4-we.ra Ko. J. Km.'! St-L.iT.Ex I 6jq. cnccnxam:. v I .sutavlc. Inrrurr 30:Gp i Mo. 4.T.9t LJkHt'bexl M-JSa.m. -o. 1. ate. Ks ATM ex 1 10:13 r. mlia-Ci Ko J. Jtelftit nad Htoa 9:1 a m. 1 a.tSpm .ST. LOCK A SAX FRA? jysco aAILWAY. eonra ww. - aBBTXK. IlJSSpai. Il:lnam ncriirr. li:Wlm. E. tram 51.L. ta Tulsa, .awimlM g. coiro TcaST. ARBITX. I BKTKT. :S-f..-a.l a.Kpm. TV.. ...1 t:iSo-i. 6..IeJs tuMiff. Threw Mtk fcem St. Louie to Tulsa. TUHTX OTCSCX BWECTOCr. . Kirns. paslnr: nreaehlnrat II liace-eTTW-d- Sibbatb KtHMl tS :- a. aa-I a. m a T .. aa. . -a-wr. Ml-eti cellar erlC. CetsMwalea Bert-ice every lrstScaaay. Coarregattea-d Ck-.- Wcberfe. taa tnr. mw. SmAit at II a. m. ad . p. .: Stra4-ry MiMCtatKa. m.; prajeracrt IncTkandar aaaem. iin.ii JWirnFmi if"-'""' s EESIDENT DENTIST, Vinita. - - - lad. Ter. 3Sooi sortbwwt canKropen...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 6 November 1890

V. J aw t ! 1 ( m t FARM MD GARDEN. POTATO KNIFE. 8eel Kalfo and On Anybody Onjht te Bo AMe to Steka. X iBcIeso description of s potato knife start Fvtatle that works to perfection. It -sra ade from a broken case icsifc, as follows; File frroorcs srUIi the corner of a file across 'the blade aJeaff the lines A and F. Fig-. 1, cuttinjr sT tie parts C and D, leaving a pointed Vlaae two and a half lncfcc lonfj. File tfce ettas o blade sharp and the back of Mifa Beady to an edfje. except close to WOMAN'S INTUITION. .1. Till "Wont Care Drapepsut. Dvspeptics are ever hopeless. They seek ifr . V ?nrBCO " relief from their distress of stomach and of 8earata Comm.a TWup. 'Hrer. and find It tint In.liPKtum hiirt. An cm g-caurrnan over seventy, cane into . para, vertigo, extreme lassitude, lo no city- iroa. nis larnvRiuont nis overcoat. S'JACOBS OIL 0 CDEC3SBEEEX. "st. CUKES SCBEEX. The day turned chilly and be was obliged to forego his visit to the fair. To a friend who remonstrated with him f...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 13 November 1890

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. i WMi Derated Co tkc Interests ef the Cherokee, Ckectaws, Chlckasaws.ScmlHelcs, Creeks, and al! Other Indian of the Indian Territory. CHtEFTAIN rHJBLISHJNC CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1890. VOL. IX. NO. 10. E THIS IS NO IDLE BOAST. Vi sii Mri Mis Mi stK tlMi ctapr M any alter teuss in Ctetepa, WHY? can J. J. FLAMELLY k CO. I To & att hiTe to ;pay aid Seat ArieH prists.. ........ 4Hc, "Wool Dress Callcoae ...... 4iC eod Sutgfewss, t&t colors... 5c. LCastem Flafinel. ........ 5c AH weet Wada Sed Flannel. ..HKc, JLlLweel Twilled SedFIasael, lSe. We fcave just received an elegant assortment of Broadhead Worsteds. We sell these goods cfeaper than any other house can buy them. Read these prices: 6iah Bewietta-GotB, all colors. 25c, sold elsewhere at 40c 1 -13-inch colored Henrietta Cloth, 37Kc sold elsewhere at 50c S'lBtfc aJA weet Bearietta Cloth, lSe A. ieaatifol Ime of Plaid, plain Buckles, Buttons fflilUrcVs Mlgfak'Bfrttwi Sjwts, 8 te...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 13 November 1890

5 Indian Chieftain, TmtIb JLlmwn.t. rafelUfced Thursday fcy X. 1. XILFtSM, Xasagcr. Visita, Ixd. Teh., Nov. 13, 1890. ST BLOOD. Bnell Mtefa to Tie Cbte ftaln XxblxcjCab. 3or 12. 7.35 p. in. The per capita, bill, amended to pey oaly to Cherokees by blood, parsed the Senate to-day by eight majority. The Peabody claim has been presented. 0. P. Brewer elected to the supreme bench. JEr-Gow Edmund McCcbtaix, of the Choctaw nation, died very eaexpectedly on the 15th inst. He was one of the strong men of his nation and during his life held every important office in the gift ef the people. Maj. Peaeodt, of Washington, e having a "crack at the birds." Leeel note. Yes. d we suggest that coun cil e that plenty of birds are provided to occupy all of the gen--ilewaa's time and attention. We aaet keep Ms mind engaged or he may take a "crack" at the treasur er's sfe. That must not be al lowed. Ix the bordering states the fa Torite topic of conversation is "hard tiaes." If dincussion gave say pramee...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 13 November 1890

r.t e: Indian Chi" urn. Yisttx, Isd. Twl, 2iov. 13, 1SI0. aCsul Itailml Tic TiMm. r, KAKSA3 A TSXAS. ,ti.l,X.lC.i T. raM ' S. X. Jtab1 9CI-.Jtt.Ex Cl3. ootxo sorru. absttx. IsaraBT it. T at r. AHl'bei 1 SrSa.xs.l Srsasa So. 1. ate. Ks Tex ex lM:I5. a I IO:BpaU SsJS. tnigkt aad aeei 1 3:1 a I ampa 8T.LOCB A SAX FwASCBCO KAILWAT. sooraNmr. I AW AKSTTK. I VXTJL7SX. if,- ? t T. ta Tnlt. 1 1 IJ I liiwpjo. !AceMianl . .-111:1 oorra xaxr. IACnrrx. I wwaar. I S:tSnm. 9C Jjcnwso snm- v i n ii ill Satw L W Wver. peslorj gSSi Sk3--. ts-SMUi r,eaaTeeag. Cewmmil aarvlee erery Xtst 9waW fir tar- wtMBMC. SWMIft K 1 " m.? totrnmiitm. ja.;pajeet- IicTlmMf . JtMSIM&T DENTIST. Vinite. - - - li.Tc. Komm awttMMt kewe, eecosd atoer. -p! rasas t baiwt, PKY5ICIAKK 4 SURGEONS, TOtTTJL C. W. OlMhtMrtlMWtKKtkMitcx- tMTtl laWT. ni A W,fMLJr, PSYHCLAX SURGEON. OB m frMt rea of Skiaaer. Kat cliff CVa. kWr. ajwtairs. Office hoars: 8 11 'teck a. .; 2 to5 YIXrTA.IirB.TER. M: TaUBK, PHYSICIAX fc ACCOTJCHXU. -- u...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 13 November 1890

AOmcULTTURAL. DEPARTMENT. mtnyAatUitlseue ta Hae Frwwt. Wjw3Wtos; 2fov. It. Tk Secretary a Aaricaltare kHimnM his aaaaal Hint to taa ffreataaa t. Ih exaMaser tctiy aeee'alTiew of acricriltural iaaicatisfr, the obrious benefit i M certain tecislaticm -which aa speelftes. Br eoparir prices at CaSaago far October 16, 1894 and of 1931, SOLDIER'S CAREER. WHAT CURES? among- tho officials. Who was tho sol dier who bad so many friends? It was sot tho soldier" nor a soldier,' but plain "Soldier," and ho was only a do. ll4t 1.1-..1. r.ti l. t i r .. TS?.,BkedI-BC,SeI,ltb-0,Ti!n6, w a familiar character around tho at acaltnral proeuc peally of ; a ETerjboay hIs Wend. not r? .Bers?mS,riU,outEaoli only for his own sake, bnt on account . wcia l i" cu as OB- nf th r.lrwr nf h owonrfnl ilrV. W-M-, 5WtmUf Accoast or ths HUtory or a Editorial D-Xfcrcnce or Opinion 01 an Ira. Bti ETBSrtfoI Lite. , partant Subject; Soldier is dead. j TVhat is the forc6 last ousts disease: ana There was an air of sadnes...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 20 November 1890

CHIEFTAIN Bcreted te the Interests ef the Cherokee., Ckectaws, CkIckasaws,SciHlHeIcs, Creeks, and all Other Indians of the Indian Tcrrltorr. GHMEFTAIM PUBLISHING CO. VTNITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1890. VOL. IX. NO. 11. INDIAN r P : THIS B NO IDLE BOAST. fi ssX mm Nfe art siti tta (taper M any otter louse in Ghetopa, why? I J. PLANNELLY k C X it Mt bm to payild iMtAsetkM prints.-. Bres Calicoes..... -. Seed Qiayaamv, fact colors. GaedCastea Flaafecl.. ...... - '-Ke. - c. Sc, 5c, JiJfc, AU weel BUia Re. Flannel. , All weol Twilled 2dFlannel, lSe, Wckavejust received an elegant assortment of Broadhead cheaper than any other house can Buy them. Wlaefc Beat&tta Cloth, all colors. 25c. i wMi marietta uicjn, sc 'liae-of Plaid -plain, Buckles. 'Buttons CMHmk's 8glfUtwi Shes, 8 Ut TZ J - .-w.-- JT I'lStefiMf, f t.5, sH fcewe jsea's tiraia we m$ rf r stak if V r (eras are strictly cask. We tare bo Iees far job to pay. a aIeMc8 yrtrik ef geefa aatll jch kare seea arsteck...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 20 November 1890

Indian Cldcftajn. i-BO 7rTrIa AtII- raMtab4 Tkandaya 1r tCmsrTjixirBiimtCaxrjixr. Visita, Ixtj. Tes, Nov. 20, 1S90. It looks very ranch like blood of the Cherokee sort is to be at a premium of about S15 per capita eoojc time along next spring. The Choctaws are to be con KratElated; Uieir council has ad journ ed. A few more such sessions as the late one will put the Choc taw nation out of its agony. Vb beg to suggest that our coun cil report is the best ever present ed. While it has not thus far been very startling as to its contents, the fault is with council and not the report. WtEAT sowing has been going tight along to the present time. whea the ground was dry enough to permit. That portion of the crop put in early gives excellent promise for the next year. JrcsE Mokt Saxdels, TJ. S. proeeratiag attorney at FortSmith u4er Cleveland and twice elected associate justice of the state su preme court, died on Wednesday of last week, aged 39. He was one of the brightest young men of the ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 20 November 1890

U 'K 4 i a -r Indiu. CkiefUim. Vjstta, l3tn.TMu,Xv. 30, ISiO. Im1 Jaulra Kate 2Mm. hH3onat, xaxsas atkxas. mtsecjeetH. UKrAITT. (Mens. xc. i,x.r.T. So. 1. HHfc'l St. 4rw.m oisg xocrrt. aexirc. I pur nursarr Ke..T.S.L.rlbexl SrSa.a. No. X.M R A Ter ex 1 10:13 p. si X J. fraif Mil aeeMB 3:1 a ra. SrStam risttra 3:15 pin ST.TjOCK w SAX FRANCISCO RAH.WAT. ARtttTK. II :10am. nrjicT U:fpra Et. from SUU to TaVsa, AatHB-oa-aatrM. . . ... coco KiT. sirtsr, Bt. x:3Bp.aul 3:Upm. I 3:psi. Ttuwac Mch fMntSt. Tol to Tnte. vera wcacm mmctm:. TC X. Church KoMh -L. W River. TVJJ Sabbath school at I0:9 a. in.: yreBeblngat JI s. . T p. m ; J.HT nveettB every Wed ned eveaag. CmwhIw service, ercry trst Sawday. urTrmiiJir. y t n . .d p. bj.j SaaJay Hkwlttlti. so.; prayer Bteet lnglkantar BUM. C13C6. j.titjrew. MESIDSXT DENTIST Vlnlta. --- Lad. Ter. Rmm anrtheaat canter opera souse, secoudatoer. -pH3K 1; baby, PHYSICHNS 4c SURGEONS, 1T1TA,C.N. Ofioe is Cca ae Kartaaaatear- A W.FMA5t PHYSICLAN Je SUKGEON. ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 20 November 1890

CM, lit mm mwt h ad br aiaaatnta so otow local mipUfttoi, fcat. Mat-re i Me reaMrfytaa. cam inn miaaHy roun casstv It has cared cues --aera tfca nictif m to oaainas aad ciaTum lye tat at feat as if ta who he. a bugs of niiiifNLL OUnr mm taffr-aiarl ay &a imawdMe oVttlre to hawk aad afilt tho pafeg-a eoIlcrtiBf Uatoct mar behind UMMft-BaW. & atater oaaea -- tbo -ria rap la aocli large lamps as to aicircMp tfee ostrllaea prevent na sal MaplmUoa. la other cases who-a fid be tatwaaao nftarivelyreroMag: aad fetid tfcat ta penoa, becase a disgusting object an. society, uuer eases waerein complain! e ef a aSrtKastwHeeliagaboTO aad the eyes. aa?, where toe sense ot I eastrclr lost. Other cases trbera Jte rojptBf-, Tell into tea throat and the Veiee feseaaw hasty, and caused a tronblo aeatev coach. Oh! you want to know the aamsof thoracdiciae! It is called Dr. John Bali's Sanapsriila. It can be bought of asj lamggist. : iiaaaugtapBer mritcd another photo ler to lunch trilh hlco. bat ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 27 November 1890

i.ifc CHIEFTAIN. INDIAN S& Dcvelcrf te tkc lalcrcsts of the Cfccrnkcci. tikecUwi, Cklekasaws.ScmlHeici, Creeks, and all Other Indian ef the iHdlHH Terrltery. a-- VOL. IX. NO. 12. VINITA, INDIAN TEERITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1890. CHISrAHfitHSBLISHINC CO. v L& THIS IS ft sti mn gitis ad X Ur O AI1 f f i 1 1 x Xm (it stt haTfl to pay old - - - - - &c, sold ttteesTBress Calicoes.. I.. . iSood Gtagivams. fast colors. iGeed Castes Flannel....... 4Xc, gold, 5c, sold 5c, sold Jill wool plain Red FUnneL . . llKc. sold .AUwoelTwUUdKedTlaonel, ISc, sold We have just received an elegant assortment of Broadhcad Worsteds. We sell these goods cheaper than any other house can buy them. Read these prices: M-UMk Seorietta. Cloth, all colors, 23c. sold elsewhere at 40c I 42-inch colored Henrietta Cloth, STH'c, sold elsewhere at 50c aw-lwfe all -ireel Henrietta Cloth, Sc sold elsewhere at 00c All colors Wool Dress Flannels, 23c, sold elsowhoro at 03c Jlbeid6illieofiPlaidf plain t y J S...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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