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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 18 February 1892

fflHBIHkBIIHHllHiBHiiBfHiHUHInHHBHBBBKHHHH' raHBBMFIHMIHHnHmK"' H iF 'i MM'WWMW IMMM MBiiiiMlMi ' 'lMlM lB IMM III t I H BM IMHIMimflmMaMMIK2Z73111ZKZ,3KlBiafHHK;SHBni!HHHHBHKBBKi:3.VKKmWKnMIOMnnBHa1'' .' ' HH tasvmjxjK-y j$p& :jl .t Indian Chieftain. 9L.SO 3Pr Year Xzx Advanoc . rnbllihed TbnrtiUra bj crk IitDUH VmxriAin 1'uni.iBmiiiCoMrAnr, 1. M. JCAKKS, Editor. M.K.MILFORD.Mnnnscr. Vinita, Ind. Tun,, Feb. 18,1802 Bland's frcocolnagd bill was in troduccdin Iho lower houso of con gress Monday. Ex-Gov. St. John is leclurlng in Springflold, Missouri, this wock on tomporanco. Hon. John Wanamaker, post master gcncrnl, is a Sunday school superintendent. The Sentinel having disposed ol "John William Browne" can now put on its coat and rest. , Did you snoak around and buy tho moauoBt Valentino you could iind and mail to somebody? The fact that Oklahoma land '3 mostly nontaxable is suflicient reason for refusing her admission as a stato at present. The courso oi study in tho med ical 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. — 18 February 1892

" V n i ("! . 'A . jJMJM TfW v jlndian Chieftain. Vinita, Ind. Tkii., Fkb. 18, 18D2. Local Railroad Tlmo Tablet. ilfSSOlfltl, KANSAS A TKXA8, notnn south. X). 1, St. It, ft T. Express HM, llanb'l t.i,.AT.Ex AitRirit limn.m oiWn.ni rrAiiT t.Ofla.m. 8:S8p.m, aomi north. No. 4.T. St. L.ft llt'be No. 9, Ma, Its A Ti ex Ne.M, freight and aecom AnRITK. lllKrART fl.tfa.m. I A:Mem lOilftp ml lOMftpm Sinn m. B:1Mm ST. LOUIS A flAN fHANlJlSCO KAlt.WAY. noma west. Kx St Tj. to flspnlpa Accommodation aiiiiitk. lliMpm Milium. nirANT. UM0im. O0INII (AST St 1,onls express AnnlTK. 1 :50pm. tlKPART S.lApm. Accommodation Through coaches from St. Louie to Bapalpe, auburn riiUTpptmui Dinr.cTonr. .If .K-Dinrrh Rnnih T Vf Mn(Vtv nulAvi tSabbath tchool t 10.00 a. m. t preaching at 11 a. ni. ann p. m prayer meeting erery weu needay erentng. Commnnlon aerrlce exery Bret Sunday. Presbyterian Chnrch. 1) N Allen, pal lor) preaching, Snndeys at II a. m. and 7 p. m, i snndar school at 10 a. m. prayer meet In-Thu...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 18 February 1892

rrlrMofilJnAroiil)7thMooiitdMM Carriers of the Karat South. The (ilar-route mall sorrlco of thts country ha mado many men rich and Jcartt many mon poor. Tho mall carrlor who IfWs alonir tho muddy country roads In this atato goncraUy ha not an eatrn coat to his hack and a fow extra dollar In hts pocket Tho hg con tractor, on tho other hand tho man who buys tit.1 many routes from tho gor emment frcnuently ha moro money than h knows what to do with. At least tthor persons, especially the liutn lile mail carrier, somotlmos thinks sa However, tho proIH In this buslnoss Is not what Itoncowas hy a, great deal, for competition, that levolcr of Incomes, Is now close. On February 3 tho contracts for star mules will bo let for Kentucky, worm Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi, Ala bama, Florida, Georgia and South Car olina. Tho proposals ore now all In. Tho contract lasts from July 1, 1893, to Juno 30, 1890. Krery routo must bo bid fnr aonnratelv and a separate bond trWon for caoh. Tlio governme...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 25 February 1892

( t'-xrawRT-fifv ; ,4 , nwa1. - i zrr$zmmm CHIEFTAIN THE INDIAN wj CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1892. VOL. X. NO. 25. . .... -T"fc5arwB5tii5El3Mi ' '- LjSKMmmm U i r -v l ' I- ClrtRENT COMMENT. rnnsiDKNT Diaz, of Mexico,, la op Jiosed to tho erection of nlj-.nnelout Astec building as n partot tho Moxlcan world's fair exhibit. HxroiiTS of corn for tho seven months ending January 81 wcro 82, 840,848 bushcli Tho January exports wire 14,133,010 bushels. Catt. John S. Stout, a famous Mis alsslppi river pilot and hero of tho Ilob erl II, Leo dtjftWr In 1883, died recent ly at his rcsldcnco In Now Orleans. Mns. Thoiias Ihirtur, o( Clay City, III, bolng in tho last stngos of cot. numpllon, was recommonded to oat dog meat, which sho did with bcnoQclnl cf fects. Tni Omaha fc Grant Smelting Op., of Colorado, nro about to erect a smoke stack 850 feet high nnd 10 feet In dlnm clcr. This, It Is said, will bo tho larg est smokestack In the country. NEWS...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 25 February 1892

51 m&mmm&.M n'M ' "uv ff- JM BtB K,?irfJ. 87 Indian Chieftain. 91.90 3Pmt "STmm.v Z Airanos. ro1sllti(i! ThnriJ7i by CKK INBUN CHItrTAIH l'UnUSnlHuCOMrAXr, . M. XAKR8 Miter. M. K. XU.FORD, Manager. VmitITInd. Teb., Fed. 25, 1892. Congress hna reduced tho appro prlatiort for military academy t5,000. j A ruBLio ofEco is a public trust, but tho follow tli (it holds it feels more like master than servant, generally. A national conference of all tho industrial organizations in tho United States is in session at St. Louis this week. Which political party in the Ghcrokeo nation will be tho first to assist our darkey friends in Now York back to their nativo heath? Quiot ! no rushing. A thais in fivo sections loaded with congressmen, lobbyists and nowspopor men went from Wash ington to Chicago last week to look at tho world's fair site Utilize tho wasto hay about the barn and iced lots for mulching newly planted trees. Pile enough around them to keep tho ground moist and provent tho ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 25 February 1892

HP,J2 WftJIIHH "V ) I ( r t .1 nr i . h i i Indian Chief tain. - JMOLS. I'ig nui-jmmms&MBms0MKB&2 r-"ar- j-i a j :f ''Jtj Vinita, Ind. Teh., Feb. 25, 1802. Local Railroad Time Table. MISSOURI, KANSAS TKXA8. ooixn jotrtn. K.J. 1,M. It. AT. v. t. iiftMi.ii at 1 , Biurets So.. lUnli'l t.L.At.K AHRim DKrAIIT. .(W.m. fl:3Hp,m. nOIXOMORTII. IARKITI, I DKrAIIT I'M m, :Mam 10ilr.p. ml lOilSpm :Ha m. eilnam ST. L0018 A BAN mANCISCO IIAH.WAY. QOINO OUT, Ki. St L toSspnlpa Accommodation AntlTK. lliMpra llilosm. nirAKT. lliiOum. noma K1IT t. I-onli express itlo . -It ADcanmiuiiion ., i Throngb eonelie from SI aiirit. I ntrim l:6flpm I 3.13pm, ....' . litsiim. Louis to Sspnlp, YIHITA CHURCH DIBECTORT. M.K.Chureh South J.W McCrary, ptilori nr as u Sabbath school t 10 00. m.i preach I I prayer meet Commnnlon rarer meetlne: STsrr Wed eeruce every a. m nn 7 p. m neeey OTening, nrsioonaer. Prssbylsrlan Chorch. I) N Allen, pti lori preaching, Sundays At II A. m. And 7 p. m.i Sunday tchool At 1...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 25 February 1892

1"FT. ',,' ..uY ... .X !. .' ',& JV . iiiWUiL ''", -,tf " K . r r ,t? t nw MMMwjMjpimiiHr wjBBaaBBBBaBmjaBag;awBBjnfBaiiBBiaBBwBBT .isawaf j iaaaakTu jgvcayvip-KTTiiCB JaKBv BMaaaaaaaaaSBanBaaaaMaBaaaBBaaVBWSBaB . Ti'W 8 w - KITWTf: "' ' ' aaaaaaaBagaaBBaBaaa .iaM...igwBMiwaaw 11 it.,if.,ffrw!ir,''t?w.ff TSK-9nnmK, .v. ' ?W - , .. aaMTO ' """-Tl""l"'"wwiiiiw(wi(iMiiuiiiMil a ij.ii irTwht it ili ifaWlfc immii JWi V U P IM i - i " !i t I I i W W. W i- CONGRESSIONAL. Kpltomo of lh I'fnroodlngs of Roth Hnni.pt m I'ml Wk. Vfnr.tt ibd senate hie ton tha leih tbo crertoiH tlals of Hfrator Hti'rrnan tor hi new term (ttio lln) were prrsentca and filco. Mr. vaneo, r portct ortif rucl j tho bill to proYldo nn Inonme Www pension. The nnscticy deficiency bill waa Ihrn taken up and after notnodebnto parsed. Th bills wife, then pissed npnroprl tMtit Mora, ."or constructing a Military store honsa at Omaha, Ami STOVM) for n puMlo bullet- ingatsau i.nud rity. rending consideration o( the Tutiho 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. — 3 March 1892

if.,,7)rBr ,.j.3 THE INDI CHIEFTAIN CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1892. VOL. X. NO. . AN 4 t U ST. J.0U1S CONFEltENCE Of tho Industrial and Alllod Or Bfinlentlona of tho Country. Vim llnclnnlnr or Ilia flreat Political Revolution or Modern Tlmes-A, Declaration or l'rlnclplr l'ut Forth, l!le. IBpodally Reported by Klwood 8. rafter. J St. Louis, Fob. 21. Tho conference of tho confcdcratlonof industrial organ Iratloni, which convened herolust Mon day, camo to tin end thin evening. From Its deliberations, tnnny thousands bcllevo, will Unto tho ffrcatcst political revolution of modern times. However that may be, It Is assured that tho peo ple's party can cntortho campaign with Additional strength and rencwod life, becuuseof lu actions. Tho confcrcnco opened at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon, In Music hall, with nearly thrco thousand delegates nnd visitors In attendance 8. It. Snider, of Kansas, chairman of the committee on arrangements, Intro duccd Hon...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 3 March 1892

I I T f W ! Indian Chieftain. fUBO Par Tear In. JLd.van.ee. rnl.llitiJ Thiirnliri bjr ik Inoiam 0uri-TAln 1'unutniNuOOMrANT, It. X. MAKK8, Editor. X. K. XILl'OKH, Manager. Vinita, Ind. Tun,, Men. 3, 1892. Interest in tho Kccloy euro Is snid to bo waning. ' The national convention of tlio people's party will meet in Omaha, July 4lli. ' Till Cherokee delegates aro ex pressing some anxiety at tlio do lay of coitgreflB in ratifying tlio Strip deal. Adei.iieiit Si.ye, tliu Glcndalo train robber, was sentenced to twenty years in the penitentiary by Judgo Edwards. There is no nation of pcoplo on tlio western continent, nor in Eu rope, that pays as much tax per capita, as tlio Clierokces do. One of the leading issues in tbn Indian Territory at this timo is "beer or no beer," and Undo Sam's forces are about as badly divided on the question as tlio Indians arc. Whenever a man or woman in yoiir neighborhood assumes an at titude of "I am holy and nearly everybody clso aro the very mean est kind...

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

A 1, 1 & Jf w L 1 lv i m--. r i whrTnii "'iff i tr ' ' .hiiteL Indian Chieftain. ??l.tl:", -zr VtfciTA, Id. Teu., Mou. 3,1892. Local Railroad Tirao Tables. MM80UIU, KANSAS ft TKXAH. OOIKO SOUTH. S. I, t. It. ft T-Uxprcte Nl-1. Hin1i'lgt.L.ftT,.K AllltlVK 4:0n.m Si38p.ni nn'AHT. :08(i,m. B:gi.m. nOIKOMOHT'l. So. 4,T. flt.I,.ft lll'be No. 3, Mo. Ki Tex ex No.M, freight and eccom AKnlTK. I HKTAIIT BiMa.m. I Ititviam lOiMp. ml 10:tft m 0:1.1 m. I 9:ttnm ST. I.OU18 ft SAN fRANClSCO UAII.WAY. QOINU 111IT. V.x. St I. toBapulpa . Accommodation A11KITH, lliMpm 11:10am. DKrAKT. l'J:IOim (JOIHd KAtT St. Ixnl eapreea .. . A(,nmmndallnn Through coaelme fromSt. Louie to Sapnlpa, ARRITK. X:CUm. IIII'AIIT 3.1.1pm. TIXITA CIIUIItM DIIUCTPItr. M.B.Chnrch South J.W McCrary, peelori Rabhath achool at lOiOOa. m.i preaching;! 11 a.m. and 7 p. m prayer meeting every Wed naaday renlng. Commnnlon eervlce every nretaunaar. Freabyterlan Chnrch. 1 ! tor; preaching, Snndaye at 11 a. ni m.i mi mi ay ecnooia....

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

m U L i i I ), .1 tMPORTANf DECISIONS. Tlia IVted Mtntrn Snpreme t'onrl Uphold tint MaKlnlxr Art-Tlie tiering e llat- ter-Jfo llnpe for the uoiHlemnea Chlcn go Ariarelititt. Wasiiirotox, March 1. The three; ensca la which Importers sought M (est tho constitutionality of tho MoKlnler tariff act were) yesterday decided by the United States supremo court The business firms who bronjrht tho suit were Iloyd, Sutton & Co., Herman Kternbach & Co., and Marshall, field t Co. Tho grounds on which It was malntalnod that tlio tariff was unconstitutional wcro that tho loboceo rebate section of the hill had been omitted lo enrollment after rtassago by conpros nud thcrotoforo the bill signed by tho provident was not tho bill passed by tho legislative de partment of tho goTerninont; that tho reciprocity fenturo was n transmission to the cxeontlre of tlio law-mahlng power and thoro' foro void, vitiating tho wholo act; and, last y, that tho act was void bo causo of the sugar bounty provision....

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 10 March 1892

THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. 1 M f fr .&. ra CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO, CURRENT COMMENT. An English correspondent traveling in Russia reports fearful scones. Tho peoplo aro mad ami desperate from wont. In order to stimulate tho manufac ture of cotton Roods In Russia, the rot. ernment has Issuod a decreo that the import dutjr on cotton shall bo refund ed to tlii expor.ors of tho manufact urcd pirjdvtct Tub Cnthollo CTgaa of Moxfco, Kl Tlcrapo, has openod n register for all Mexicans opposed to ncccpting tho re turn of the flags tendered by the United Stnlcs. El Tlompo has been publishing scries of virulent articles on this subject and claims tho dignity of tho nation was outraged by tho offer. Tnit Vosslcho Zottuug severely con demns tho German government for prosecutions of nowspnpera on tho charge of treason. It says that tho cfloct of this will Inovitably bo to lower Germany in the eyes of forolc-nera. Nothing, It declares. It moro harmful to a crown than tho forcod allonce-of a notion....

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 10 March 1892

kC ril vr M i hi V 1 ESS r r b?'",! ' fJ Indian Chieftain. 9lSO Par Year la Advinoo, fnbllibed TfanrtiUfi by Tmi India OmiriAin I'unLumKnCOKrAHY, J. M. JUKKS, Editor. M. K. MILFOKI), Manager. Vinita, Ind. Ter., Men. 10, 1802. Cnin wll) mnku no display nt tlio World's fair. The Ardmore Chieftain 1ms be gun the publicnlion of a daily. Tun ccnsUH of Now York just completed shows a population of 1,800,000. Johnstown, Pu., lias contributed ono thousand dollars for tlioso in diutross in Russia. Democratic and republican clubs nro being organized in various parts of the country. SrniNOFlELn lias oilcred 8250 000 and ICO iicrcs of land for tho locu tion of tho Missouri Slato University. A motion to increase tho pension appropriation some ten millions was voted down in tho houso of congress last week. Hon. Ilumi. A. Dinsmore has announced himself as a candidate for congress from tho fifth (Peel's) district of Arkansas. Under tho homstciid and pre emption laws 114,000 patents were issued last...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 10 March 1892

M " i '; Indian Chiof tain. Vinita, End. TKii., Men . 10, 1802. Local Rallread Time Tablet. MHSOUItt, KAJJjAs A TKA8. OOIXQ SOUTH. i i- A Tl Ksnreie 1i llanli'l 8t;L.JtT,Kx tf... 1,M ".i A1IH1YK tiotm.m SiSSp.m IllrAllT. 4:osn.m t:Mli.m. -nnntUKonTii. Jo. I.T. Rl.t. Alllflje Mo. SI. Mo. K Tll x Xo.M, might ml aceom ARtllVII. I DUrART S:Ma.m. I smiem lnilnp.mllO'lspm 0il'. m. o-.l.tam ST. I.OOI9 A 8AN KKANCI8CO ItAILWAV. (ioiko wriT. Ex. 8t I loSapalpa . Accommodation ah iiv it. ll:Mpm llilomn. DtrAhT U :10m aoixoiAiT St. Ixidli expreti w Accommodation . Thiougli coachu from 8 AliniTK. tsEOpm. DIFART Silitpm. SiiAnm. Louie to Sapulpa, TIJITA (,'IIUIllll IMIIKCTOIIT. M.K. Church South J. XT McOrary, pstlori Sahhath tehool at 10.00 a. m. preaching at II" a. m. snd 7 pirn nrayer meeting every Wed nesday evening. Communion tervlce every llritSundar. l'reibylerlen Chotch. I). N Allen, pae ton preaching, Snndaye at II a. m and 7 p. m.i Sunday tehool alios, m prayer meet IqgThnrttlay nlghta...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 10 March 1892

SH inZ.Jl ATA I3LLffla FdraffW j K re I $ L 't, 1 k . r 1 'r el . 1 v t I ;1 . B i: ft ilaTI i Hi , m v a FARM AND GARDEN. A POLE CORN CRIB. The Ml.tt Kronnmlcnl In Xectlons Wlier Timber I Not "earc. In iiuch a pon, If property made, corn will Ucep (in well as In tiny crib or lion io Hint can bo devised. The pen should not bo more thnn clfrht feet wide, rind two feet lets width Is yet butler. The length Is determined by tlio desired capacity, or the length of tho poles to bo had. The poles should not bo large, and notched only deep enough to prevent their rolling, nnd to bring them near enough togeth er to prevent tho corn rolling out; for If tho poles are lnrge, or brought cIomj together, tho circulation o(ntr will not bo frco enough. Cribs nro commonly made tooclo.c; although the crocks be tween tho poles bo two Inches wide. not enough rain to do nny appreciable damago will licat In, bozattse tho poles will project out over tho cracks. A foundation mny bo mado by laying largo logs...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 17 March 1892

M HH1 THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. I ""j-ss CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. CURRENT COMMENT. A rot-ior of retrenchment liai been decided upon by tho Hpnnlsh govern ment Donixa a rocont storm thousands of caterpillar., and small bugs fell In Patcrson, Jf, j, Anoirr K0O.00O havo bcon subscribed In Iloston townrds estobllshtng works lor building cylindrical stool cars. A HUSmiKD and twenty-soven years ago England seized tho first olghtbaloi of cotton ralsod In tlio south and de clared Us production should cease. Thk commerce In grain on tho great lakes surpasses that of tho United Btatcs on tho ocean. Tho cotnmcrco through tho Dotroltrlvcrls Ihrco times that through tho Suez canal TnK Liverpool Corn Trade Nows es timates European requirements tho re mainder of tho season at 157,000,000 bushels, tho bulk of which, It is clalmod, will haTe to corno to America. At Grenoble, France, it Is said that 1,800,000 dozen pairs of gloves aro man ufactured annually. This rcprcsonU a valuo of 87.000.0J0 to 87,200...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 17 March 1892

Vn-VwHilflm 1Mtfl,' yW. iriM a- -i J' -.- i V ! :i M4tttalMai Indian Chieftaiiifcf, JL.SO Par 7onx Za Advanoe. Pnbtlhnl Tbnrtittr 7 r it Iiduk UiiiErTAln I'cnLianiNiiCoMrAtiTi . M. XAKK.H, Editor. M. K. MILFORB, Manager. VinJta,Ind. fr.n MciiTT7, 1892. Tjik negro exodus from Arknn. ens to Oklnhoma In assuming un. looked for-proportiono. TiiS Intliim Territory hn eleven polnii8trcc8C8 nnd Oklahomn ten, 'lhero nro En tho entire United 8tates 0,335. CoNorkskman Perl, of the fifth congrcsolonnl district of Arkansas, lins returnrd home to look after Ills chnncex of reelection. TilK Prcncli government upends eighteen million dollars nnnuully on the public roads, nnd they nro tho host in tho world. Tiik slock ot apples in cold slorngo in Chicago is yet largo, but the demand is good and desir able fruit is bringing good prices. Secretary Husk will ask for an immedinto deficiency nppropria- ,tion of 8160.UX) to carry on the meat inspection during the balance of the fiscal year. Ik tho Strip ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 17 March 1892

ttuaWvH o i; -! . ajmvytxi-VGvmstsmY r- , - ... J,., W 4 MMMUltf4MWiuilrfMWWMaMMihM m A. f IF- uk m Al. Indian Chiof tain. Vinita, Ind. Tku., Men. 17, 1892. Local lallroad Time Tablet. MlSfiOUIll, KANSAS ft TEXAS. QOI 0 SOUTH. Mi. 1,M. IC.ft T. MxprMt S i. n, llanb'Ht.L.AT.Kx AltlllTK 4:06a.m a:l8i.m DUrAllT. 4:080. m. SiMp.m. nomnwofiTii. So. 4, T. M.T..A tll'bex So. 4, Mo. Kt A Tax ex No.M, freight ami ccom a mint. I nurARi SiMa.m. I a:Mam loilsp. ml 10:1.1 m Silia m. BilAam ST. I.0U18 A SAN FHAMCI8C0 RAILWAY. OOIKD WHIT. K St L MSinlia . Accommodation AltllVII. 1 1 :Mm 11:10am. DtrAIIT. I'li40im aoiitniAiT St. Lnnlt express Ar.rammmlatlon .....i Through coaches from St DarAiiT S.tSpm. SilSnm. Lonlsto Sapnfpa, An IT S :60pm T1.1ITA CnUHtll UlllKCTOUT. M.K.Chnrch Sooth -J.W McCrary. paelon Sabbath achool at 10:00 a. m.i preaching at 11 a. ra. and 7 p. m prayer meeting every Wed nesday evening. Commnnlon service every dnt Bandar. Presbyterian Chnrch.-I). N Allen, pas tori preaching,...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 17 March 1892

V IM Irafiff ul ....iszrc.Si J VI A M FARM AND GARDEN, EXCELLENT SAP PAN. "intentions for tlicae Wlio Wish to Httio Nir Maple f-ngar. Hero Is the plan of a sap pan um d by 1. I), llubboll, of Delaware county, N. Y. llo has ono largo pan nearly 0 by 8 feet with two partitions running through It to (Hfido It Into four smaller pans. Tho fan runs from tho storages In nit through a plpo Into Na . and then to No. 2 through a small hole, and from thorn Into No 8 and 4. When ho VilnlioS to sirup off tho holo Is stopped up between 3 and 4 and bll of 'tho sirup dipped Into When thick enough this sirup Is dipped out with an old-fanhlonod shimmer having a straight end ma do for tho purpose When n small quantity of sap Is had to Unlah tip water Is used In Hot. 1, 9 nnd 3 to prevent burning. The house Is tct ngnint a (mall hollot" and dug out nbout 4 feet on the back side, mak ing It very convenient When tho sap begins to boll keep It hopping until It Is ready to rcmovo for sugaring. Keep a stern...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 24 March 1892

-jo. xnxarniMKftT-v THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. Ifa CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INWAN TEltiiTORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1892. VOL. JC. NO. 29. yvtmmaneffmaafWKomfv r - iBK' v HIHsiK CURRENT COMMENT. Tnie Fobruary earnings of llio New York Central wcro tho Urgent In tlio lilstory of that rood over 8103.000 n ' Josrpii Lvov, 6 prominent yonng tnnrchnnt of Marlon, Intl., died recent- 7 nt t.h.tf 1,omo Qt ,,ls 'other. Leon was addicted to cigarette habit, amok lng an Immoderate number overy day. Ilo had bcon to scvoral Institution., but they all fallod to giro 1dm any re- Ir Germany tho wages paid rallroail oulclals and employes Is quite different from what tho American railroader got Tho presidents got 8J.600 per yearj telegraph Inspectors (Ihcro are only eighteen of thorn) get from 8750 to 51,000i nu liters, $300 to $300; olUclal clerks CUo to MToj drivers and tho clcc trlo machinists, Moo to 300, and stokers, C5 to Jo per week. Tiyis hundred grand army mon in tending tho state eneampmon...

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