ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Indian Chieftain Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 4,123 items from Indian Chieftain, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
4,123 results
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 1 January 1891

--':aHM-'' aoktfoXHoHHioXoXoXoXoxVoakloXkvoXol '"" limm jwtwpJfm-4 ,"" "PfcsMooMiWBWPiioWKaPlK' w 17" S3m -tWPR5SWH klM 'iV CD M Indian Chieftain. 1H.OO SerW Xhw Is Aitoim. ttht Hathi OtittTAl rritim"' CoxrAtr, ' - -J' -! - Vimta, Inn. Tk'k., Jan. 1, 1801. What postmaster was to hlamo for thU falluro of Iho Chcrokro commission to negotiate to rt pur pose, Mr. Noble? No Aorekmkst having been nr rlvctl nl by tlio Cherokee and U. S. commissions it is now proposed to placo the matter in tho hands of the delegation to Washington. Ii this is done, look out for "per cents." Tin: ftill.hloods say that if tho half.urecds and while man don't wnnt liio Cherokee Advocate, they don't, and aro willing to kill it. "Be merciful gentleman. Arrow. Will you join an honorable, open movement next summer looking to its abolition, as at pres ent conducted by tho nation ? THB riOHT ON TURNER. Tho status of tho adopted cltl eons, by an act of congress, has been referred to tho court of claims and thoy shoul...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 1 January 1891

WMlWBIWMtiBMiiiiMMMiMBilllMliiiiBMliMM TsfrTnxexffl OT r .-L4 I J t c v w li) V I lUUiail UlllOIIftin. VyjA.Jut IS UXJfflS. KWMAI.. IUWU.V. 9Tllfr30AHK. n,i n, , , ,,,., ,. . -iWl. -tunmaii l atrioms upending recatloe, eirlllr by "J Frlrsd" ea Ik Dm Ik ef IB I XT..... y..- m -. . .An. .. . J.M. tltnlthttlA hunlnmxl rri.mr.ia. Iharlrt Tactrr ' ias c v lAiii. ism. i r.H.. J1K, i. inni. m.i'viiti. . --, -. . . . . - - -, . -....., v.... , N,V. - -.,- tf g--a-l-l l-JB-g-aHMJULLLIU JS . i Leeal Xailread Ti Tablet. leettl XailreaA Ti Tablet. KUWUm, KANSAS Jb TEXAS. 0010 tOCTH. AltniTR 4ia.m Wo. I, M. K. A T, Hxvrere N. I, Itanb'l M.L T.Kx mttMIIT. 4:osa.m. 0:ai.ra. noiienxoaTU. Anaira, I imrAnT :f,n m. I Sitlam loiiip ml loiispm :! hi. llUpm No.t. T. Bt.L.&llt'bex Mo. 1. Ho. Ke JtT.i tx Me.se, freight and aeeom 8y.louis& sxNrnANcisco railway . OOIKO WRIT. xnnive. I nurAHT. II. Mum. I U-.topm. Ilslnam. I ......... . ham St.L. to Tnlia, AsciarAodatton notrn just. Iaimit I DtrADT. tS...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 1 January 1891

km h. i 4- Gh r ft -BO, YOU WANT THt EARTH, A WtO Of T't ' TQntmnlw t iSlSSlBiV'' tnftrrcWhs how apMH'tho deYtloptnfcnt of a new terri tory folldws n. puMle jriowled(fo of Its 'YcArmrees In tlreso go-ahead "ays, A friTnp($rt!on ofcornii? "ssaybe seem 'tirjjiyii hotVllria; wlt(trrfcss today, yet tweMei months hence tho hardy ploocrt Mt sett'emcut will bo firmly established Inltrntall flvo years hence the wilder tts I jrone fdretcr," tmBfoTrtt4d lnle) frrlouUnral regioft of Inestimable vnltto. This story hns been told over and over jroln upon tho Atasrlean conti nent, and la nptv tnilnjr repeated onco inoro llrbn Ihfs great 46rttlo prairies of Western Canada, where the millions of ttevwot rnlunhlc lands open for bcUIo went nro attracting- an of er-iacrcaslnff tinn of 'colonists from crecy lv-Ulred portion of the U loots Only ajfew yeat!i ng the prairies of Western 'Canada pferd simply a vast game ranc, yet toilay towns, vlllaffcs, settlements, farms and ranches aro dot ted'nlt 6arVhnt...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 8 January 1891

mtm tctS"") & , i? , HE INDIAN I, ... ?- 5" . ' ' OFFIOIA.Ii PAPER, OF TI-IE IISTDUSTRTATi TJNIOIST. "In Tilings Essential, TJnity; In nU Things, Charity." ! i C3J chieftain Publishing co. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1891. VOL. IX. NO. 18. ggSRrlj CHIEFTAIN. V FARMERS' ALLIANCE. News of the movement. The people must care for themselves. 1 lie first stop toward this Is education. Iconom(t Congressman Pleklcr, of Jduth Da kota, Introdiuscd on tho first tiny of the session a Ufl providing for tho freo and iinumltx-d colnngo of silver. Ho pro poso') to urge its passngo vigorously. ' Trotters, telegrams nnd resolutions were received from nearly all parts of tho country asking for tho next nnntml meeting of tho Alliance. It win left In the, hands of tho executive board to tie tcrmlno that question. KconomlsU The Cincinnati convention, called hy petition clrealuted nt Ocaln, during tho Alliance convention, has been post poned. Tho date llxcrt wtts February "J3, which...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 8 January 1891

-' o to o fc &Pv h f to. O ' . itlcian unci to the sorrow of tile la thM It wis cm! aVMwwM of otto foorot-the "eciencs of economical or the ikhfrjMtotjil prtlw to government" rws en ll rely lost dfel the dirwl 'Wolr If this fur- Ifttian Chieftain. a ca W Zm AirM. . t'nfclltliedThti-'ttUva T TM ttrm UnixrTAIR rrm-nniHuCfiMPAxr, W. K. .mV0RI, Manrr. VtJflTA, Ind. Tkii., Jan. 8, 1801. CoUNCir. ntljnurncd irbI Salurdny nt fivo o'clock. Thr Eufnuln Journal has a nnv editor n the person of Mr. I. V?) Singleton. Dick Volfk nnd Davo Rowo innku n .good delegation for Dick nnd perhaps Phillips. When tho rnilwny across Siberia In completed, It is cftlimntcd that tho tour of tho world in fifty days will bo feasible. 1 i ii ISmua AnrtOTT, tho most gifted of American prima donnart, died at Salt Lake City of pneumonia Monday morning. Why not sell tho two seminaries nnd havo another per capita pay ment? They might not bring 8300,000 but they would soil at eomo prices Tn order to oven up with th...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 8 January 1891

v"I . - BBaB ' iiiu.iuiiiiNii.. .. i-imii n i.,,.,, ..rT,w ;aip ifrnr if ir im r i - ' ; i -t w hwiiiiu-i-jl m mffir .iiajMumtawaai m nrrfflrriMiii.. r huLI aW Wrw5MJW' ' ' ''jf'f. fliTO';fc:-.i 1&. f ; Indian Vinita, Ind. Tun., Jan. 8, 1801. "Local Railroad Time Table. "MISSOURI, KANSAS A intAS. noixo ioctll. AlinlTR tinda.m a;ti.m imi'AiiT. 4:CNa.m. CiMp.m. . rta. I,H. If. ft T. Bmnn Hi. I, llanh'l M.I..AT Ex noixoMonril. aiti, I nuPAirr cm m. I Rii.iem loiinp. ml loiiopm Oil'.a m. Sil.ipm Vo. 4.T. 81.1. ft lll'be Mo. 2. Ho. Ki ft Tax ex Jfe.M, freight and aecom ST, LOUISA 8AN FIIAHC18CO ItAlLWAV. eoma itiit. Annivx . I re r A III . lll:0pm. i K. from St.T,. to Toli, AocomniMdntlon . . ll.SSpm IHIOam ooirn tut. AnniT I DrART. liSOp.m. I Sll'pm, I HiUpm. I.inlitoTiilin. St.t,ouleipreii Aoeommeilatlon Through coach from St timta cnurttii mitFCTOttT. It V Church Aonth I W Ttlrere, pailnri SahbalhielioolatlO.ooa. m t I0.oo. m l treacmngni 11 prayer meeting every Wed Communion terr...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 8 January 1891

fWilHalwilBBBBHMBBlMMBfflMBIiBMMjJMiMTHBiKfejiSg'g MAJttJMKaJlcBM3i?Sv- irHKiBiMirTwfeyJfftTllriEifflPTy'Mf iL'h3aaUaaaamwmMaaamwww "H.'Zi.' -""" "r;,- " n v ' "" ' 'gygWEFwsfegpffE " mmmfunn-n-n"1 HP, TWD IltdlV ' . -- . v.Fr :- T- - ' " - issi rm - -i .l. . . : - - - jmV in " . ' Jar1 " o ' IT. D r r 1 1 I'. r l.miklfcBHLA fa' t lltl Vntei HyMMths' . Vftten otus I nffilctftt with any form ol Mood iHow. ho certainly appreciates trues rmUiy. 11 ehould bo rctaombcred, how. ever, Uintt'oiynipntbjr does not conlt Iramylnir, "I " iorry lor yod," bat the, Mmpttiliy mutt bo shown In nraaterlal way. Ifithcr rot or roctmimnnd a remedytut Will cure. Thla Is truo aymrmthy. When the) fair tkla Is dlaflfrurol by blotches and the complexion blemished by pimples, whoa unyielding aores, bolls and carbuncle break out On tbo person, when tho blood Impurities Impair tbo dltoatlvo funo tlona, when tho urinary orpins show signs of decay, when tlid lunRS grow weak and tbo rliolo system feels achy and fe...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 15 January 1891

:v "t 'MSHHUHll lllln nnimiyn""i1"' av 11 ( mRPnpPq - c o HTi1 a ' ' V- 03?jnXOIA.L PAPEB OIP TECE INDtXST&XAJL TJISriON'. "In Things Essontial, "Unity; Xn all Things, Charity." li CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1891. VOL. IX. N.0.J8. INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. 0 CURBrNT COMMENT. ' Ii:t.AMi Stakfoiid linn been renomi nated by tbrt ltctntbl leans fo- United tilutejj Senator iroin tallfornif.. TiiBMInncnotn Houso completed Itn orgnnlrttU-.a by the election of ttio Fn rIou tAYilaucc-Dcmocrat) ticket. "BKcnETAitr Wiximmi lias nxed tho 'salary of Miss Phoabc Couscns, of tho board of lady managers of tlio Coluin blan Exposition, nt W,000 per iininnn. Ay agent for Clnclnnntl parties has purchased tlio loff ichool houso' near ancsvlllc, O., where cx-PrcAldent Onr flcld tmight In 1831. Tlio building If wanted for 'exhibition at the WorMc I'olr. " . "" , A tllSPATnlf frntn Mniiti'vlileri iLnva That the Urngunyiin Government has issued n decree announcing t...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 15 January 1891

- -j- . . I HfflMHTHll 'f'h' iB r TT tbKMMI l- -"- m ... , J7 .i -V .... ' V A '. V . - a vi ht V4Vy i" rf? ,( rtmmmmni .t KPfti :n few' AJ ft M ' ' 'it, hi If i l r V & I $ t f m ' ! a 7 i , i i' Indian Ciiieftain. L3 rawYaMurZea. Hvmm. rnbllihfil Tknra.lere 1.t Tm IidUk CHitrMIK rt;).Lm!imtCocrxr, X. K. XII.ro KB, MRMgcr. VlHITA, Ind. Tkk., Jan. 15, 1891. The Arrow lmB assayed tho rolo of It humorous pnpcr wo conclude after rcadfng the last number, Thr JSoux War la rapidly draw ing to a clouo nnd the Indians liavo liccn comk'g in this week and sun rending. Without going into details it may ho stated that very few mora. hers of our present legislative body tloservo ro-olcction. Everybody who has anything to say of tho action of tho scnato branch of council, which seems to have been responsible for closing tho seminaries, condemns it. TniC Indian Sentinel has bidden adieu to Webbers Falls, tho town of its birth, nnd is issued this week at Tahlcquah. They aro getting pretty thick...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 15 January 1891

I v HnSHNBrSlH' tit JBaff ywydaBefleWHeaaara jffvOHB t r f Tr'T TIFlFTOpyyyv. " ffiMSW"T "" "Vip 'J5C?' "" ---. WE , - " ' HjBBB agtVTuuBngOi ' us4 - v.' c9Hk 1 K, JSeWiW2P0ejMBHHieSe "' ilflBBB ll - ir - --BUg.ii'1 il-"ii,"-"Jlrjyii '- '"'' "' "" ' a-.. ii tmi m, tn .. eur sleWleeiii.i ,m,; ,m.i. mn.kuinafrai l iMM"iQiaBWlMMiiMBMft' S '-; "" 9BH I " " TT ' ' " " """ i ;T" ' ' v ' 1 . ir J'" , nMHBi I T fr A T TO"vrriT7ta .... irv. w;. uu wrmeieMiKe rexierr tin nrirnlr. iath. -m-i . . i .e i aaaje . x I rnnaMW(iMiMfMM 1 m ? gv Indian 'JEW MISSOURI, It AMi ft TEXAS".,, n T " j ' ' ' u (lOlxq iotti AIMtlTK gin.m tUtPAHTi liOSa.m, 8:p.ra. No. 1, . K. V.E;I!T,, Ni. 8. llanli'lSt.L.AT.Kx noixnxonm. Anm. :Vi m. lOilAp. m ill m. Mr!? lOilSpm tilApm Ni, ,T.8t L.AIM'bex No. t, Mo, Ke A Tex K K.M, freight iodateotn 9T.I.OUI8 BAKrHAMCISCO KAILWAT. 00IXO WIT. ARMY. 1I.Mra. UilOtm. nKrAirr. lliMpm. . frim Si.T. to Tolt, AocommQ'Utlnn . ooirn hit. IAnniT I icrAHT l:Mp.m. I siMpm. .........l:'m. ,...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 15 January 1891

taiJ'"i. ii jwjts- S3 ' jfr A x tp "ftvv. wiHIJj, o v hj J Wet Weather rsrlfee the Miwd frort thfl snrfsce of the bod. ae easliil cfaefiian or :h liter ,na kidneys, Vh(rtit Wios nnable to Inllr perforin their dulr erf thwlnnlln Impurities. Hfnt-r Ucil acid ti i jisiiiatlaod n lh Mont and dlptelted In Ihe .in mimnM.rdinltlti In Itieftina and ehe erewttltrHHinMtlem. llood'D rrtparrHa hi fcsd treat occes In curlnt tali dltea.a.loib chronle and InSamntalorr ,11 pnttBoi Ihe blood, neutral, tremens lili,c(l, en reitorei the llrer aud klCncrs U Asters! action. Hood's ' Sarsaparilla Sold by nil Jmrll. II (Ixforti. rreperedonlr b C.I. HOOD ft CO. pothtcsrlei, Lowell, Mats. IOO Doses One Dollar tta If upffiqs tm-9& IE"1 f1r n. aaaaa oisn isisrjo'sr Both tlio tnottiod and rcstilta when Syrup of Figs is taken ; it Is pleasant nnd refreshing to tho taste, and acta ecntlyyct promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver nnd Bowels, cleanses tho sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head nches and fovers nnd c...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 January 1891

sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssPWMilM.lii.Pa II)TI ,."! L&JaBPB O .' Lsslssssssssssssstsssss'PMsJW .--ti-f - nmnm m. w"rrniimni wwml mmw(iirari t iitwtlWlWIMatlWWWUKT'BMiWfMa V ' BAH Wig V TN 7 '! 'J MlralT' V - 3j? EC " ClIIEFTAtN gSlXING CO.; "" "ifi Wi!J!rrffllKrmf I r DEMPSEY ...WHIfiERD. jjl,,u ttSf$ Ho Is Laid tgRo-it fiy'thjsjf Au-J-v Man Mlcjdte Wolh17lr) 'Yhlrteon Roundsf 't .dLr- " jjiiKifiUTr.i ih Tnn yiFjr nqum irtHl-rs fot Only DemiHcr's , ju$lhi igntlro inMInr rlii.WAri neeonnt of tho i meiii Jock Dompsoy nnd Itob- Simmons. 3t t In tho nmphltho- tei-of tl'0-Olvn-.p"c Club at Now Or leans; both 'In 6xc75U"nt apparent con aitltmjSbut'nftcl'Hhe unlucky number of thirteen, round-, Flt7.dminons wis very llttlo tho wmoiorw"'ari 'laa tno t'" or ehnmploh' middle wolght of tho wor id and 111, 000, whlio Dompsoy hud H,0u0, n broken nojo, a battered foco and body, And iprosjvctlvo oblivion, Dem wy wolgncd'l pounds: ritzslm mons. 150 pounds. Timo was culled...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 January 1891

HP M i I Mil T r'M iMkwfllffWIlNg " J 9 M 'yflW , -- j-fr. t.. it ,,.41 Indian Chieftain, I.BO Psr Ytmr 'Xm. AdL-ra.oe. . I'ablUhnl Thnra.laya liy Thi Iinnn UiiiKrTAit I'lpilhiiikii CoxrAxr, X. F. MUiFOKD, XAMKPr. Vinita, Ind. Tr.it., Jan. 22, 1891. Tub Kansas City bnnlcs hnd A flurry iliis week but with few con sequences of n sorlous nature. Tun Sioux wur lino passed into history; with what credit for thoso concerned will now bo determined. i Geoiiok P. Hanciioft, tbo emi nent historian, statesman and scholar, died in Washington last Saturday. Wn learn tliut Moses Whitmiro has been officially notified from Washington of his recognition as trustee for the frecdmen and that J. Milton Turner lias already been confirmed as attorney. Mr. Tur ner will at onco tako steps to so euro for tbo colored peoplo a sharo in the next Chcrokco payment and is expected hero next week in that interest. Tin: total population of tbo Cborokco nation, as given in the U. S. census, is 50,775, comprising 25,...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 January 1891

HHHHiHHiHHHHHHHVi ""v") wipW ' T ,J( IMMHIWMMMWliMMMl eWHrWreLBeP "v I '"Ullbiil WlllltlillWWI m Ullm! HW'I I HiMiiilWHimi iHEL " JppppHP" tLw' "-", . W r m P ' pppp F' kTHI '1 i .. ... .....- . .... -- 1 IndiaiiHfoftain. , 29.4 .Qst "i!!!1- k - -Bp-r -Muddy days wo'vo had. I Vinita, ixmm?.. Jan. 22, 181)1. 4 -1 U Kallroad Time Tablet. MtVlOtlllt, KANSAS A TKXA8. avtrin touni. .1 Local Aiimrr liMn.m :Vlp.m imrAiiT. 4:03A.m. ai.THp.in. " '. f. A T. n-viirevt Si, a. Ilanb'l at. I. T.KX noun sonrii. AIIUIVK. IKrAIIT No 4,T. 81.7 fttll'bev s-l.in m S'JSam No 1. Ho Ka A Tex ex ln-lflp mlintinpm Ne M, freight and accom IH a m. I 0:ISitn 8T.r.OUI8 A BAN FIIANCISCO RAILWAY. OOIKO Mil, AnmvK. It.Mpm. Ildiiain nieiwnT. IJ:40pm. B from fl.ii. o rnita, Afeniamo'latlnn omrn mvr. IAnntTK I IlltKAltT. SiMp m. I Hil.lnm. I Siirt. nm St. Lnnla to TillRR. At Louts avprrtt k ...Amniodilllon Through conoh from tisita cnuiitii Diur.cTonr. M. K. Chnrelt Honth I.. W invert, paaln-i abhalh school At 10:04 ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 January 1891

&Kt 1..-iKSSS -s3rtP-.-, o 1 ' '.- w v ;-o t ' jkJL ll Ml I' I'll' I III ' I II II Will 1 . - w u A. THUE TAL r.ttttnln'a Blnry or On V.nil 4t Sykca' I)oa;. Wfcen Mr. Lincoln heard of IliO nttcr teffof tho Confederates tindcf Hood nnd (ten. Thomas lie km reminded of Uie Jol tarfoc "fcpry-t "Out In lower Illinois, In n Mtte.vlllftco, tliero wns n butcher nnmed Syksy who had n large, wlckcrinilschlev mas burl-dog, which was regnrded ns a town nuisance Fowl vcro killed, clothes went pulled from tho lines, ment houses were robbed, children wore scaled, find 'SykrV dog" mi Illumed for nil nnd bUmcd Justly. Now, there wns a man ttMMd Henderson who had a flno tutkoy killed by Oils dog of Bykcs, and ho sworo revenge. Bo ho took nlput a quarter of n pound of powder nnd did It up In n piece of buckskin, trim? up n piece of punk so that It projected out of tho little bundle of powder. Then ho put tho bundlo In a largo piece of corn bread nnd had It In readiness. It wm not long before Sykcs...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 29 January 1891

.I.HillHLnHLHHi.llllLHiH.lllllllll...llllML.II --"r-' - -t -W'Wivnw "wHHnn rHBr INDIAN '-CHIEFTAIN ; j, i p " .. ' ' OrriOIAXi 3PAJP3C3K. Q3F1 araBCE Z3!TZ)'Cr'Xl3MA.31 traiTIOXT. "-CCa. THlaftgi Xwtatial, TTaaity ; Xn. -all Tlag. dklty," ,, ' " ' o ' aMMIM''l ) ' OniBFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TErvltlTOHY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2y,lcJl. VOL. IX., NO. 2tV W "i m i i i in iiiiihi.i i i ii 'mmmtmmmtmmtmiimmammmmammmmmmmmmmmmmimmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmiamammmimmmmmmmmmmimmmm. .- .. J"JULIM 3 i 3 5 U U I 't: Jf f x w m vmiR Ki RJirA 1 i' h i . t '.' rpDT TJflD X DUTf senator ip-j.ii.Arrit Toi..k.. " heo will recelvo the full party vote. At intkkmtinq to iuiks. I'icayunss. ARflllT TFII IP RTTT RQ newskotm. 9aoaok 8ahiwh. M&m E"l lliLliUiliiflHUi Topeka, January 21. -Senator Jngalls 11:30 the caucus was still In ses- ' ', n.inTTi.t n, b.i..h- .ADUU1 lULIr DULDD. . '&$! f iu4iuHmi BirlnMlIn TotqW at 12 o'clwk Inst on, considering tho claims of Tho latest thing In church lairs...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 29 January 1891

wmmmmrnmmm T-a "jrrnaeai 1 1 liMMllfliMlIM 1 iliiil ilil M .-UMJtaM.mM ??" pi- r w ,tf,e ., f .! i, .- WW " : .i HMWaV? - " innHHi :y i iiit' u' 1 ,?. Wti i V- M I; tiari Chieftain. Ftw Tmr Xa. AivMi. . Pufclfatoit TlmrtilkM t,y I turn OMiarrm runLttmttn I'nLUHIKH COVrAKT, flff.'.- -Si:. m rtV 4 aLVftroRD JhMftffdr. V Siytino BUM, was one of a fow HhrtJx Indiana who could wrlto in Bnfllh, tint autograph hvA to pay p. round sum ignalure; hvnters for Ills It Is not impossible Uinta, rca- enable settlement of tlio cow.law .controversy may to arrived at: 3fculd tho movement succeed, all parties, will linvo causo for con jrkiufijion. The stormy days of February, according to Prof, Hides' calcula ti&n nro 1, 2, , 12, 13, 14, 22, 23, 24 and 23. The first period he predicts will end in one of tlio iTHOstgoueraT and bitter cold wave of tho winter. i The "Pogplo's Party," or about , nil Vinita knows of it, was on a t liig "boom" last week. Tho "no tionnl organizer" was in town, drunk as a...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 29 January 1891

'jf1' afxui &' I ujtxrt totmi, A1IHIV lingn.rn OiVip.m imi'Airr. 4:os.m. fl:SSji.m. (no l,Tr K. ft T. Kvprete RN(l,3, llaiitj'l St. I. TKx IIOtMrf HoAtII. AimiVK. I nxrAHT 8:31a m s:Bm 10:1,1 i ml lOilSpm 0:1 A in. I Bildpm &.k T. 81 T. Alll'be Mo. Ki ft Tex ex freight (ml aeeom IBT IIUISASANVtlANClSCO nAlIAVAYt t i i - . . , ooino m. AnmrK ll.nipm. Uiluam OKPAIrl. IMOpm t from 1t 1 to Tnlta, knrnmmndsttnn , X ooira KArr I AltnlVK I DKIAI1T. i.taifflratpTtit 1 3.50i in. I silfipm, rcenminodatlon . . ..1 . .. I s "pm. Tjtrongli eoteh from St. loiut to man. Z rniTA ciiurTtn niuF.cronr. K K Chnreh Ffoulh -I. V Riven, pallor) Q.1i1,.tVi mhAnl ., lO'IM M I preaching nt 11 tins? evrrv Wed- -....-... -....., ... ... - .I- "-". . mmnp m MiyinMiiniirrpi' he-day evening- Communion service every ilntStfndftr Congregational Chnreh. S nichardt. pat- lor prea Bin, i Snml i"CTJint reaching. Smidayi itlli m. end 7 X i . nuty tcnooi iwua. m. I prayer meet- rtdar nlghtt. in0rr:a3ioiTii.i4 cax...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 29 January 1891

V, l hi o Co ah thai the citiz poll iT i ..v will natfi fcot out,- W ' I r,Sra Km k H KM ' rkr'8' 1 J8 U I "V W M . cJfK' autWfPV I i'cO! ifjn CIT1OTS .ALLIANCE, $ A KATTOW At. SlAlATHJK I'tfttMKO AWW A .t.Art AVION Of MUX CltXM AtMHTKIi. An rntftlmi Which Has Spreml 1hronfcont the Cllles of rtaruuit nmt "WMcti tlt I'nlr to Hecmno a "woeful Aaalllnry of Hie runn ers' AlIInco--CMHc ers i:lecteit. The Citizens Alliance was In session during Ilia' past wcok nt tho Knights of I.bor hall. Tho object ol llio incctliifr wMto orRnnliso a Nntlonal Cltlrcits' Alliance, nml tho oru-anlzallon was corn et, plelcd. About 200 delejrntes wore pros- JUi cut during tlio session. B ' Officers lmvo been elected for llio cn Bulnrr yoar iwfollowa: 1 President Thomas Gllruth of Kan- Blj bm Cliy, Mo. 71 Vlco president Noah Allen of Wich- "Q lia. 24 Secretary W, P. Iltulitmlro of To- DCrCR Pi Lecturer S. H. Snyder of ICinrfman. $nt Inncrwatcbman S. T. Olmslend of r Marlon. ol ( Outer watchman S. J. Fulltcrs...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 5 February 1891

SSSi- iA wMmii Mmvygi THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN: ' i r OPPIOIAL 3?ufik.aPX3Il OT1 a?HEj;ilT33XTS,raMA.Xj tT?riOiT, 'X. O'fe.ljar 3Eaemtl8l, Calty; la atll a?hlrt C3arltsrV" W-KKm B at jHB V V tf I. 1 " I'- IF v. K o I t n: i i' II" .7 n mi i ft ROTHS ! tLaVI HP- ft u . T CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO, TUB AtLtANCC. Tho worlclniTaan who gtvc3 his voice nrd voto to tho support ot tho enemy ot hla class, ia worthy only of contempt. Congress may dofor financial legisla tion until It Is ovcrlastlngly too lata. If it docs, woo bo unto thoso who oro re sponsible .for it. It there Is a God who judges human . lty, he will hold tho laoorlng, man re sponsible for costing: his voto for the onomlos of human happiness. In tho proportion that a laborer gives his support to monopoly, ho lacks tho clement of pood citizenship. Yo can not servo mammon and tho people, Tho Farmers' Alllanco will not fall to accomplish Its ends becauso tho farm ers and laborers nro ft majority of the people and thoy cannot afford t...

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