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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 14 January 1892

fjiiii.T-i.iuiSlLjjii1'!! 233BBBBfia)BBBflBEBSu9BBLBBaaB9r44""'i9A iMffiaT'lwfT8laBWHBaeTraMaBeffreM Indian Chieftain. 9LSO 3Pht Tsar I Advatioe. Poblttbcd ThtirnlRT 7 ' -' ma Iwouk CnntTAIn roRMiitlNuCourAKY, , i i - i I ill Til I I . ' x7xAKirv4ltor. If. eilLFOR,Mnnnscr. Vinita, Ind. 'fun., Jan. 14, 1892. Rookii Q. Mixta ia a candidate for UD United Slates senate The Khodivo of Egypt, hammed Towfik, is dead, Mo. Inokrsoi.l is having a livoly tilt with tho clergy of tha country. W. McKinlkv was inaugurated goveraorol Ohio last Monday with imposing coremonios. The present cold snap extends all ovor tho United Stales east of tho Rocky mountain) JudqkSkay has been appointed governor of Oklahoma to succeed ox-Uovcrnor Steolo, resigned. Qahza, tho Moxican revolution' ifll, is credited with beating a lio tol bill in St. Louis some years ago. The politicians of tho country may now throw down their poles as there aro no moro persimmons to knock. Four ghost danced aro in prog ress" in tho C...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 14 January 1892

f IV imimmmaiMmmmmmmtuiii0tmmmmmmmimt ili' ii tain in n n i iTtas f Jr. . i' 4 . Indian Chieftain. e. ..i f.m .1 , i in r fa T- i. .... Vinita, Ind. Tkii., Jan. 14, 1892. Local Railroad Tlmo Tables. " MlaSOUrtt, KANSAS ATBXA8. (IOIKO 10UIII. AlllllVK 4 oxfi.m e!38i.m liKl'Atir, 4:osa,m. OsMp.m. Mo. l.M. It. A T Hxprete Xo.S, llanli'l st.I, AT.EX T noinnKORTii. AKHItl I IIKIMIIT 8 Ma m H 61 m loilftp ml 10 IHim Difia m QiMam No. 4. T. 81 LA lll'bex No. I, Mo Kt ft Tex ex Ne.S8, freight and aecom ST. 1.0U13 A BAM F11ANC18LO HAIMVAY, ! OOIXO Kit, ' ' AUMVK. lliMpm II ilonm. nxrAiiT 12 40pm. v. Kx St I. toBapulpa Accommodation noma bait AlllllVK SiSOpm imrAtiT Bt. Lnnlt express , . , Accommodation . ...... Through cotchee from 81 ft','1 -r 3 npm. 4 i.n. -oal to flapulpa. PLtTLOO IIOUTI. KAy8A8CITY.tr BMITHABOUTIIKONUY. noma south. Train No. 4 leant .loplln 7i)a m, NeoinnB 41 a m arriving at Sulphur Hprlnni at llil.ln m train Jto 2 leaves Joplln ffilJm. N'eosho Dull )im arriving at bulph...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 14 January 1892

.; mariS V 'i i r a n n 11 I a I it t i t r I i t o i- I B m t I) 11 I a 8 ii o T 3 " lS , "i 't1 .'l 0 2 Where the farmers make MONEY. Farming on poor land or in localities tvitcro ilronglit, hailstorms of other ell mntlo clistnrbnnccs are proralcnt doos not pay A Rood .roar does not compen sato for the scrernl bad ones to which It is neighbor. It has now been clearly demonstrated that for wheat, oats, bar ley and live stock tho successful farm ers tiro those who havo gone north and west. Their wheat yield U heatler, their cattlo of larger alio and better condition than any raised by their southern friends. Not only Is this so In tho United fitntcs, but our Canadian cousins find themselves with unexpect ed -wealth In their now provinces of Manitoba, Alberta, Asslnlbola and 8u lmlchewan. Tliclr crop of 1891 has sur passed tho flyures given ven by tho boomstcrs. Manitoba Is sought out by tho eastern Canadians as tho Israelites sought for tho promised land, but with more expedition nn...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 21 January 1892

THE CHIEFTAIN CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1892. VOL. X. NO. 20. INDIAN A v CURRENT COMMENT. Br. rKTitnsnuno official papers con demn tho nntl-llritlsh occupation ol Egypt agitation of tho French prow. Aluminium as tho com.' g motnl ii making Its way to tlio front 1'lcld flanks of aluminium Instead of tlio or dinary, glass flasks aro being introdmed experimentally lnlo tlio Ocnnan army. KusstAN agents aro distributing througliout Hussion Poland manifes toes accusing Polish land owners of causing distress by exporting corn and declaring that tho czar Is doing his ut most to alleviate tho suffering. John A. McCaum, a manager who lias brought forward more popular comic opera pcoplo than all other American directors combined, Is n hopo leftll Invalid nl fiU l...m l lililul . .....,. .,, iiuuiu in jmimiiuro nnd Is In poor circumstances financially. Bin Edwik Aiinomi, tho distinguished English Journals!, Is reported as say ing that South America...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 21 January 1892

e?H 4 " 'I JM rf 'ill II IWIjWMMMMMMWMIII II WWWCMWWliWMftaW.l I II 111 ' WMWMWWMfchMMMMMWMMMiM ini lHlfll UlTM Mil' I l.fl I Ml I'lMftgMittMa M Indian Chieftain. 9lSO 2Pe Yau Zm. Adva.rxoe. - 1 rablUhul ThnrtiUr ljr run Ixdiax CinnrTAiK ronumiiRnCnurAKTi M. M. MARKS, Editor. X. E. XII.FOKO, Mnnnecr. Vinita, Ind. Teb., Jan. 21, 1892. Ik their fl nut n wnr with Cliili t'wonl bo Chill's fault. TitK man that is madeat about tlin Strip steal is the ono that is not "In It" A nusT of General Phil. Kearney wan unveiled at Kearney, Neb,, last week. The probability at present Is that Judge Dufllnglon will be long in Washington. An oxtra session of the Missouri legislature has been called to meet February tho 17th. A mm. has been Introduced in congress providing for tho admis sion of Arizona as a statu. A CAniN having "Uender" ar rangements for murdering people has been discovered in Oklahoma. Cardinal Manning, tho great London Prelate, died in London, and Cardinal Simcnni in Rome last week. ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 21 January 1892

gjjjjaahafcaBjEiakSags. ,aiMg' Jjiara"..35aig&MEIBe rJ0 1 - -,- 5 i . . - . ... . uW . ..- MT"-BMMMrlTtnnrinrriirfnm(1IMrllliTiMMBMBiiri niTi i 11 Tiirnii-r in riiiatut ifiimamiiMBi iiiliiTiiiniai -1 i ii n iininiii i m, i tmiim hhmm eaaiwMwwnniaetwiijLaaaeaiM V. kwi iniMiMt,limaC'iiijiMiM Indian Chief tain. Vinita, Itto. Tkk., Jan 21, 1802. L'ocaf'Xailroad Time Tables. f"' MinOUIir, KANSAS A TKXAH. k i .-rs..-X- 3B J. I aIiiiin it I iiKi-Aur, ., I.Silt.t.T. Kiiirtn 4:in.m limilmi 1.. .1, llni1i'll,l.,AT Kx I OiVji.ni 1 Sjjpjin, nnltrn win,,, ' noiwnxonril AIHIIVK I tlKIMIIT 8 Ms m I 8:ftMm 1ii:M ml 10 mpm 0:1 a m. I 0:Iam No. 4, T.St r. A lll'bex No. i. Mo Id A Tux x No.fW, freight and eccom 8T. I.OU18 A SAN FRANCISCO UAII.WAY. 9.t- tlOIKO WIIIT Kx. At I. loBapiilpk Accommodation IHiiOpm. ioi.id rttT t AHniTK. iTnarAiiT l!.Vipm I .1.1.1pm. ... . I Siltym. l.onlaln 8apilpa, fll txiuli nxprcu . . Accommodation Thrdugli enaebea from At -m- 8 trilTLon itourai KAN3AdCITY.Fr SMITH A8...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 21 January 1892

1 FRATERNALISM. A Clovermnent Of, lljr and For thi I'eop'e l Hratrrnstliln, I n nrniit Simple. Tim best erldcnco thai the Tory c Mnco of o'd parly Ism Is really monarch leal, Is that It always refers to any pro jfjntd action Of tho ijOvernmnnl. In bo half of tho pnjpto as paternalism. If tho rcalcr will atop to analyze the Idea bohlml that word It I this, Ihit tho government U something: apart from nnd nboro tho poop'o just as a father U tho natural provider and, therefore, nboro and superior to his children. This Is monarchy. And our old parties are monarchists becauso they simply substitute tho word government for Ung. In a true republic paternalism cannot exist ovon in tho thought of Its citizens, l'rnternnlism, not paternalism, Is tho Men behind n real democracy. Patof nallsm means authority fraternal Ism, co-operation. Tho republican and dem ocrntlo patties see in our (jovernment exactly what tho Iirlttsh try to sco in tho llrltlsh government, something apart from and greater t...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 28 January 1892

re L arJtW j j J-4. tj -i"l? i THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1892. VOL. X. NO. 21. APOLOGIZE OK BIGHT. Tbo Prcntdout'o Special Mostmgo to Oonuroso. Ilia Chilian Alftilr To-ssly ntikteil The lUlllmnrn Insalt Stunt He Atnneil Fnr Minister llenn Upheld -1 lie, Chi. linns Not Kveti Ciiurtenu. Washington, Jan. SO. Tlio prcst dent's and Ilia Chilian situation was transmitted to congrcta yesterday. Ills firm In lis tono nod denotes no weak ening In tho stand token by tho UnlU'd tjtatcs, Tlio galleries of both houso nnd acnato wero crowded by people ttnxtnus to hear tlio rending of tho Im portant docuncnt. Tho racssago la us follow s: To the senate and house of representatives: In my annual messago.dcllvcrcd to congress t ILo t-ulnnlng of tlio present session, after a Xirlcf statement of the facts tbcnln possession f this guveirnmrnt touching tho assault, In tho streets of Vnlparntso, Chill, upon tho sailors of 'the United Stat...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 28 January 1892

I,. i v a -t Indian Chieftain. LBO T "JTaar In JLrVrjio. . PabllihrOThtiriilara by rniLipiAH CiiurrAiK PoiaumKriCoxrAKY, J. X. HARKS, dllor. X. E. MILfe'OKU, Manager. Vinita, Ind. Tun., Jan, 28, 1892. Tmk NuldrowTteglstcrslill sticks to it that the editor of the Advo cate is a gentleman. It is said Hint n strong lobby litis gone '. Washington to defeat the ratifWtion of the Strip salo. Tub receipts of United States apples nt Liverpool up to Decern, bcr 23d aggregated 690.200 barrels. What has become of tho 80,500 that the lato Chief Mayes once upon a timo urged council to ac cept? Tub agreement of tho Strip sale Is in tho hands of Secretary Noble and will bo transmitted to con gress soon. What will bo tho "intrinsic value" of tho delegation to Wash ington? And nothing from 810,250 leaves what? To urge the' ratification of the salo of tho Strip seems to bo tho burden of the business of our del egation in Washington. When tho loud-mouthed editor of the Advocato gets caught all ho has ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 28 January 1892

W'WI (C W , - I M r h 1 Inrlinil nillAl'fniTI Memos!.. I A box supper will be clved at the I GoffAOmiJM. ' BUSINESS I0CA1S. m.Mm.im..Tmm w w m.M Ind. Teh., Jan. 28, 1892 Local Railroad Time Tabloi. MHSOUllt, KANSAS ft TKXAS. ' ' - - ii nolNQ south. A 1(11 1 VK 4:08a.m BjSSp.m imrAiiT. 4:08a.m. 8:88p.m. I. M. If. A T Eipreie S i 1, llanb'l 8t.t AT.Kx notivn north. AltllV. I I1KPART B:Mn.m, I fli.Mam loilnp. mlloiiepm 0:11b m t 1:lnam fco. l.T. St.I..AIIIbex No. i, Mo. Ka A Tex ex Na.le, freight and aecom 8T. LOWS A BAN FRANCISCO ttAIMVAY. OOlHtl WIST. Anuivt, ll:Mpm lliloam. T.i. SI Ij tofiepnlpa Accommodation DtTAhT, U.lOpm. noma CAST ARRIVK. IlltPAKT S.lSam. St. Lonls express Accommodation Through coaches from 8 z :00pm. .. . . 1 iMfliir Ijoalato flepofp IMopm. aruiLon Hours. - KANSAS CITY . FT.8MITH A SOUTItKIlN IIY, aoixnaotrrn. Train Nq. 4 leaves Joplln TtOO a m, Neosho 8:14 a m arriving al Sulphur Springs at 1 1:1.1 a m Train No Heaves Joplln &i42m, Neosho 8i p m arriving a...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 28 January 1892

t-j MWtWBsiisMWsaa ' P M&J a M 1 CHICAGO CHOSEN. Tito DomosrfiUo Nntlormt Conven tion Oooo to tho Lako City. riftren Mnllols Napessarr lo Decide tha Contest llie Convention Called For June 81 Ilia Contest nn Kl- ceed ncljr Mrel One. Wasiiisotok, Jan. 21 Tho national dpmocrall? commlltoo mot nt noon yov Urtny In t'jo upaclotts banquet room of tho Arl.igtoi hotel which had been lieautlfnlly Jcco ntsd by tho demo cratic cormnl too of tho I)lttrlt of Co lumblr- Chairman llrtco presided nnd ntonco Introduced Hon. John W. Itoss, tho democratic mombar for tho District of Columbia who delivered tho address of srolcoms. The call of tho roll allowed tho va rlousatalca and territories all ropro tented. On motion of Senator Vllns the com- mltleo wont Into secret session for tho purpito of touting all question of proxl's nnd o intents. It being reported that tho rljflit of C, A llroadwutcr to represent the atato of Montana might ba co iteatod. Chalrmnn lirlco siif-f-cstod that as tho nationa...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 4 February 1892

o u tJ THE INDIAN f 4 CHIEFTAIN. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING GO. VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1892. VOL. X. NO. 22. i. , -il I i I k . THE WOULD AT LAME. Au-mary of tha Dally Nowa. WABIIINOTON NOTE. SKcnr.TAi:r Nom.r. has sont a formal rriollco to tho Choyenno and Arapahee Indians thnt under their ugrcotnent with tho government ratified by con- gross March a, 1891, ho has extended the tlmo In which thoy may mako so- lection of their nllotmonti to February S3. "D. R IUvitNS, of Washington, has 'been elected prcsldont of tho National (Farmers' Alliance, dofoatlng President H'ow-rii, of Nebraska. Adolph D'Allo j iroand, of Nebraska, was elected Bccrc- star y and treasurer. 8KCiiKTATr Nonu: has ordorcd tho tlvo agents now In tho field to proceed ntonco to tho allotment of land to tho Cheyenno and Arapahoo Indians In tho wostcrn part of tho Indian territory. Ills the secretary's purposo to have everything In readiness It posslblo for the opening of 8,000,000 acres of sur amin...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 4 February 1892

vjfi ' ;HIHliiHBHainHHIHlBRIBIPHHHBBiaCaHiaBHK.rHHitfKUHaC9BFiTr. tiiH -&'"' ';- 'j'V-r' -"" - - ' - W f iBftrw JJKaMljagKaaaBiaaaaaaCJiJiiaLJaSiiaaB.u.aJaDLC3SZa3mimL.JU-J !.-H...mj-.'gWT n-y. T' H ' m , v - J- - ., -. 'L. r - :.r-My ..-r-v.. - ,- N,;. v lirT ,- -- v m I 4. u Indian Chieftain. eLBO Tr Ta.T In Adv&noo: rnbllatiadTharnlara 'T rmlioiAH CninrTAl 1'rutnmxiiCOMrAKt, J. X. MARKS, Editor. M. K. MILFORD, Mnn(fcr. Vinita, Jnd. Teii., Fni. 4, 1802. Tub Smir doal " ultimatum." was Council's Judging frojn tho tono of J. M. Bryan's Inst communication from Washington, it will bo somo d.tys beroro tho " Old Settlors " got their money. Sknatok Warhmouknk, while in tho city Inst Saturday, expressed, himself as being well satisfied with having registered his vole against tho Strip steal in tho Sen nto atTahlcquah. But few things aro moro oppros sivo than unbound llmorios of gov ernment or abuses in their admin istration. Tho administration of good government is of moro impor ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 4 February 1892

aagateaaalaTtna.jasfc.ionTtaMiaaa7 1 T -- 'Tenant. cegr. .. .-jieaara.i' frnnrm iz jjggm1, '.-.. rr aBB'B"BnnB"nnueaeraTaMHannMH .& P " ""J !?'2Lir 'if'fUni -'... I.,, ui 1nmw el,.m.. in-l mill ii ii iirniiMMii n ilHii. . ii I fl III fcuwaiw g aaMavetai t Y' y I 1 11(1 12LI1 VJllUlLiLlTI ., Vlnlta'o "Hound Tabic1' wmMm rye-nd-ieT m n. 'i.t or th nV-tUnoixo siionf tiKEH. I ' i , TiniiiJ. 7 "'"ineuiijr, cms over I - - luesiiorfor a few hours. I VinitA', Ind. Tek., Kbii.4, 1802. I I " Local Railroad Tlrao Tablet. l Ml'SOUUI . KANSAS A TKXAS. Il '' (11)1X0 SOUTH. AIIIIIVK tiWa.in fliWp.m IlKI-AtlT. 4:w.m. ssssp.m, . I. l If. ft T Kiiireo S ,: a, ; llanb'l gt.I, AT.Kx noiRONonTH. AHNIVK. SiM m. lotisp. m oil'. tn. So. 4.T. 8t. t.A Ill'bex No. t, Ho. Ks A Tax ex Ko.M. freight and aceorn tlKPAIIT stMem lo.lApm OtlAam ST. I.OUI3 A BAH rilANClSCO HAII.WAY. " HOMO WMT. AIIHITII. ll:Mim lltloam. niiPAiiT. Il:49im. Ki.St. h. tofllpulps . Accommodation . (lOINd KAST iAHHITK.J 1 . iloalV to S...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 4 February 1892

I FARM AND GARDEN, PEAR LEAF BLIGHT. Aaamonlaral Notation nf Coppr Carbon la h Meet Fmiajlrldav An object lemon h often tho lieat way of teaching. To tliltt end wo Muif tnrte herewith the benefit derived from the treatment of pear leaf blight by mmonlacal notation of copper carbon ate, as shown In tho report of Bccro ta. Rtislc for 1690; 'ihls solution la made as follows; Thrco ounces copper carbonate, nro mixed with I quart of ammonia, and as soon as all action has ceased, It ts diluted with water to 28 j-m.. Bi.vn'v.iMr.w jlL. ;f"l, gallons. Tills solution Is just about m effecllvo for pear-leaf blight as llor denux mixture, and as It Is consider ably cheaper. Is preferable to tho Ilot denux. Averaging up tho cost of spray ings at various seasons of growth, II was found that whllo Jlordeaux mixture cost 8Jf cents per tree for material and Its application, tho ammonlacal solu tion of copper carbonate cost less than 3f cents per tree- Of the results In tho field tho report noted say...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 11 February 1892

i THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. C Iw --- CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. CURRENT COMMENT. Tnie vnluo of the farm products ot the United States In 1891 amounted to 500,000,000 more than what was pro duced In 189a TiiRtcnata commHUo on agriculture has decided to report favorably Sen ator Teller's bill providing for stocking Alaska rlth rclndcor froin Siberia. Thu proposition to ccdo tlio arid land to the states to bo reclaimed by them iym carried by an almost unanimous rote at n mooting of tho houso commit teo on irrigation. A hecknt dispatch from Guthrlo, Ok., said that tho "on to tho strip" moTomont had commenced again and pcoplo were flocking there. Negroes and whites were elbowing each othoi In tho raco for homes. DtmtNO 1691 now track has bcon laid In forty-throe states and territories, on 349 railroad line nnd branches, to an aggregate of 4,U8 miles. This Increases tho railroad system of tho United States to 171,000 miles. A HILT, laloly Introduced Into con gress by Mr. Bunn, of North Carolina...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 11 February 1892

HV!! 'UeiUi PMSt1 ' o " "-' .. e . V Indian Chieftain. fUCO Far "jToar In. Advatioa. rnbttthtd ThnmlRTii bjr mi Indian CiiiirtAin PunusiiiNtiCoMrAN. M. Jt. MAKKS, Editor. JC. E. JHLFOKU, Manager. VinitaTindTTkii., Fun. Tl, 1892. The clectorial collcgo for will lmvo 441 votes. 1892 The Louisiana lottery is about to succumb at last. Another na tional disgraco about to bo wiped out. A im.ij lias been introduced In tlio Hcnalo providing for the en listment of .1,000 Indians in the regular army. Aiikansab 1b asking congress for an npproprietion of one million dollars for the improvement of tlio Arkansas river. The mines at McAleslor aro in tho throes of a great strike, ono thousand miners liaving laid down their tools and demanded better wages. New Yohk has thirty-six dec torial votes a voto equal to that of Maine, Delaware, Florida, Ne vada, Idaho, Montana, Nebiaska, North Dakota and Wyoming com-bincd. DELEGATE ARVBY'S VIEWS. The first number of tho Texas Live Stock and Agricultural Jou...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 11 February 1892

- 1 V Wtj MHMN -i I- it 1 Indian Chieftain. '" --" ' " " i Vinita, Ind. Teh., Pub. 11, 1892. Local Railroad Time Tablet. atJ&OfjIU, KANSAS A TEXAS, -, 0010 loutii. No l.M IC AT N.I..1, llanb'l 8t.I Express AT KX Aiimrc 4'0K m 6i)i.ni t) I PA in. 4 oes.nw 6:S8p m. nomrt HontH. No 4,T. 8t L A lll'btn No. 1, Mo, Ki A Tax el No. 68, freight and accom AIIRITK 8 Ma m 10:1.1 p m 9in m. DirAIIT 8'Mam 10:lKpm OilAam ST. LOUIS' A BAN FRANCISCO RAILWAY. noixu tst. Ex. St. I. toSapalpa . Accommodation AnitlVN. llsMpra lltloem. tUTAKT. 13.10pm. nomo AST St Ixinlt express Accommodation Through coaches from St AKIIIVX. 2 Mum pitrAiiT s.npm. Lonlsto Sapn Jim. Ipa. PMTLOn ROUTKi .KAN3A8CITY.rT8MITlI&80tJTIIKtINl.V. (lOINO SOUTH. Train No. i leaves .lopllnTino am, Neosho Sitt a mi arriving at Butphnr Springs at Hits a m Train No 2 leaves Joplln Sill tun. Neosho 0i3.1 p ni arriving at fcntphur springs at 8.10 p m nOIKOHOKTIC. Train No 1 leaves Sulphur Spring at 730 a m arriving at Neosho s 5 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. — 11 February 1892

jjflfrj sV lh W. pi i ' t P- &!,' X r : fcfc ft DB H ,w I If ' SKI: 1M Reward StS. The readers of thla paper will bo picael to lonrn that there It nt lout one dreaded dlseaaothat science ha ln able to euro In All Ua stage, and that I Catarrh. Hall' Cnlarrh Cura l tlio" only poltiro our known to tbo medical fraternity. Catarrh bclna n constitutional disease, requires oonntltuUonal treatment. Mall's Catarrh Cura la taken Intcrnallr. odlna- dlreotlv tipon tho blood and mueoua surfaces of th system, tnerooy destroying mo louoaauoc 01 tlia dlcaia. and clrlnff tho ri strcnirtli by building up the constitution nml naltlnirnatura In dolna Ita work. lotors havo to much faun in its cura- Ths llvo rowers, that thoy offer Ono Hundred Dollar? for any oaso that It faile to our. ivlnst giving tho patient ing oir m Ihoj HrnA for Hut nf taatlmnntalft. Aildrciw.FJ CHKHKY SCO., Toledo, O. Cirsoid by Druggist T5a "To MiKn n long atory short," observed tho olty editor to tho young reporter, "you may...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 18 February 1892

If" I 0 C3 CHIEFTAIN. THE IN DI AN SHIu CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1892. VOL. X. NO. 24. CURRENT COMMENT. " At Ilrlghlwood, n suburb of In tllnnnpolls, recently Hot. David Cau doll, seventy-five yop.rs old, was mar r!cd to Mrs. Kllzi Willis, sixly-ntno years old. It was Mr. CaudoH'a third marriage. Tho ceremony was per formed by tbo groom's son, who Is also a minister nnd who was married by bis father twenty yoars ago. A MlNicn named Latus, living at Myclovltz, In Prussian Silesia, has just nwakencd from a sloep that had lasted for four months and a half. During tills entlro period his limbs wcro rigid, but now ho appears to huto completely recovered and his cntaloptlcs havo van ished. Upon awakening from his lone sleep he converted with his wife. Ik tho Now Jersey sonato recently Mr. Rogers Inlroducod a bill appropri ating ten thousand dollars toward tho erection of a national monument cost ing ono hundred and twenty-five thou sand dol...

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