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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 2 June 1892

" Vs.. h :& Wx && &V Indian Chieftain. $150 Xor Tear la Advance. Published Thursdays by TUB INDIAN CUISrTAIX I'UBLISHIMI COMPANY. 1. M. X ARRS, Editor. M. E. MIXFORD, Manager. Vinita, Ind. Ter., June 2, 1892. John L. Sullivan has at last consented to write a book, and the t adage that "all men have their weak points" is again verified. The Muldrow Register, after having convinced the country that capital punishment is wrong will now please tell us what it thinks of poliganiy. According to the Arrow, Chief Harris expressed himself in Wash ington recently as being willing to sell the outlet on credit, provided the agreement be ratified. The Muskogee dispatch that appeared in the Republic last week to the effect that Cherokee claim ants were to have 160 acres on the Strip and S250.000 was a hoax. The Cherokee commission have failed thus far to reach an agree ment with the Poncas and have broke camp and gone home for a vacation, but will return in June to complete the ne...

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

T-VSl J m tS.1 -? '-. jr J IS- t -V ' v J7 r& Ik If I. i .i J&s t K u -TV -r- l L 3' - auuiif etf Y -f Indian Ckief tain. Vinita, Ind. Ter., Jose-2, 1S92. Loal Sailroad Time Tables. UI3SOUI1I, KANSAS A TEXAS. r.OINCl SOCTI1. AKIUVK 4Kt?a.m C:3p.ni JJj. l.M. K.T. Exiires 4:0a.ra. X . S. Ilaub'l St.L.A iT.Ex r.oixo VOttTII. A KITE. I 11KPAUT S-JSa.m. I :53am 10:15p. mll0:15pro No. 4, T. St. L.A Hl'bex No. 2. Ho. lis ITex ex No-SS. freight ami accom 8:l'a m. I 8:m ST. LOUIS A SAX KKAXCISCO RAILWAY. GOING WUV. AUSIYE. DEPAIIT. U:S5pm 112:49pm. 11:10am. . .. Ex. St. L. toSapulpa .. Accommodation GOING BAST I AH ITK. DKPJtUT SO'im. I 3.i;(.ra. I 5:t:im. Through coaches from St. Louis to Sapulpa. mm cnuittii nmEcrouv. JI E.Chnrch South' J. W.McCrary, paster; SabhathschoolatlO:Ooa. ni.; preaching at 11 a. m. cadTp. m.; jraercieetlnsevcry Wed nesday evening. Communion service every first Sundar- rresbyterlan Church. D X Allen, pas tor; 'preaching, Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Sun...

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

" "&. JT V r r VT R j r TERRIBLE STORM. A Tornado Passos Through "Wcll irstoa and Harper, Kan. .Fifteen or 2Ioro Person Killed and Many AVoacdr-' The Sccni of Terror aad Wreck of Ilnilil- lae. Weluxotos, Kan., May SO- Death dealing- tornado swept down upon this city and vicinity Friday night -without varninjr from the signal service, and when it bad passed on its fearful way it left at least ten dead and scores of wounded and f500,000 damage in its trail in this city alone, whllo at the towns of Ilarpcr and Argonia almost as great duastcr is reported, and in all the surrounding- country there is every reason to believe that there is death and ruin. It -was just 9 o'clock when the storm descended from the -west upon this city. It came in a manner that no two can agTce in describing-. Some say it was in the shape of a twister, -while others say it did not have the characteristic funnel shape of the tornado, while oth i ers say that it simply descended in the ' Ehape of a storm clo...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 9 June 1892

" v.?k I t ..'.. : l- I J. lJ-- O-' THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNEl), 1892. VOL. X. NO. i). CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. ' ?? . OUnRENT COMMENT. Labt year 20,174 men offered to enlist In tho United Stated nrmy and 0,047 were taken. Out of tho 3,000,000 that Inhabit New Yorlc nnd llrooklyn only 111,000 own tholr own homes. Hackxkv conches woro forbidden dur ing tho reign of Charles If. oil the ground that they destroyed tho Icing's highway. Tub ocean Is more prodttctlvo than the land. An acre of good fishing ground will yield mora food than an aero on tho best farm. NEWS OP THE WEEK A iYBTKHtot!S ringing of electric bolls In a house. In Switzerland was traced to a spider, whoso web had con nected two wires. Japan has 700 carthqualco observing stations, nnd tho records of tho COO Hhocks that annually Visit that country aro accurately noted. Tiik longest brldgo in this country Is the trcstlo which crosses a portion of Iaako l'ontchartraln, In Louisiana. It l...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 9 June 1892

IBIHVIMBIilHIHIBHHHlK8PHHQVBHBBHIPSIHtlfllHODtLMBVVBBnHID!KtIj!SIHRIIBHHn9VKrK1U i gr iK i ' i hi i i ' jill n mij ijilmiMiiinMMiMi j i 111 i " ' """"""M' TK it o Indian Chieftain. c (PL.C30. Par Yaar 2 Adiranso. - ;. ' ii y f ... - 4 " rnnllened Thnrrtyt by Till INDIAN ClIKrTAItt 1'unLieniNfiOokirANT, H. .M. MARKS, Kltor. JC. K.' .MILVOKI), Mnnnffcr. Vinita, Ind. Tun.. Jump. 0,1802. TUB CONVENTION. Up to this morning no dofinlto notion hns boon tnkon by tlio lie publican National convention nt Minncnpolip. As etnlcd on first pngo of this pnpor, J. Sloal Fnssott was mailo temporary clinirmnn, nml Gov. Win. MoKinloy, of Ohio, has since been elcctod permanent cbairman. A very bitter war bo tween tho Harrison and Dlalno men lias bocn developed, nnd it looks as though tho lattor was bonding cvory effort to secure tho nomination of soino ono else prob ably John Sherman, of Ohio. The Indian Territory delegates wcro allowed no voice in tho convention, but whether they wcro denied scats in ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 9 June 1892

H 'V'Vh ' i ' ..,-k? ! fR!T Indian Chieftain. VinitA, Ikd. Tkii., Junk 0, 1802. Local Ballrond Time Tabloi. MIBSOUItl, KANSAS X TKXAB. OOlKd SOUTH. Sf Ni. 1,M". K.ft T. Kxiifl No. 3, llanb'ISt.L.AT.Kx AIIK1VK 4:(Sn.m I1KIMIIT. tsusa.m. aissji.iii. noiKnxonTH. J A IIIVK. I IIRPAIIT NO, 4, T. St. I,.A lll'bei: i:Mi m. I Hilam Mo. ?, Mo. Ke Ti ax li)sl5p. ml ln!lAmi No. 58, freight and acenm 0:1 Mi in. ll:Uiim ST. I.OUIS A SAN KKANCI9CO KAII.WAY, , it il7n notxii wkst. AKH1VK, I UKIMHT. IliMpm I Itiloum. ll:lonm. ......... Kx.Bt I.. toSapulpa ;. Accommodation (I0II1O RAST AH IVK. H'.Mpm. DKP.RT Rt. IxinU express Areommodatlon ,. Through conchas from 8 Jl.l.iHm. ilil.tum. Louis to Sapuli&, TISITA CIIUlllll DlllKCTdlir. H,K. Chnrch flootli J-.W.McCrary, peatori fltbhath school at 10:00a. m. I preaching at II .m. and 7 p. m. prayer meeting ecry Wed nesday evening. Communion ssrrlce elerjr nrstSnndar. rresbyterlan Chnrch. II. N. Allen, pal lor; preaching, flnmlsys at II a. in. and 7 p....

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 9 June 1892

Q8?-VFr-v h )i V - wo HHHI"HPiiWHBHI!.VBL?L?LH ' u , .Ja ' ' J''.: JHswttfk " aMi!iS!! WWWttllllll!lWIW1WIWMMIWIHIWn" " i I BLAiHe resigns. mictaxenjdentity. HETA1N YOUIt SENSES! o " v IM itlr i 'Ca rreslilent Very ftrlef its tninieillata AtetptAtfCu. WAimsnTO.v, Jano 8. Mr. Mnlno's rrnlfttiAlton n decretory of Rtnto lias been nccrptcd'hy tho president Tlio letter of resignation Is-ti follows: DirAliTMEKT or Statu, I WAtninoTOK, Jung i, 1831 , To Iho rrmldehti Irrspectfallr tiritaToto submit my rest. nation ot the ofllco or aerrttarrot itnta of tha United Sulci, lo whlfh t u appointed by rou on the Mh of March, 1689. Tho condition of publlo business In Ihs do. rmrtment of its to Justifies mo In reqtiosllnif m resignation maf bo accepted Immediately. I haro tho honor to be, Tcry respectfully, Your obedient wmni, James O Hi-aihe. KXECVTITB MAHStOX. I WARHtXQTOK, Jnne 4. 1 To tna Secretary of Slat1 Your letter of this dtto tendering your reslirnatlon of tho of fice of secretary of stat...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 16 June 1892

sa- sWoariA.ffl.Tgr.a.im . Ai till' CfflEFTAIN. I '-i yr'BJP 'BJR INDIAN riJlj CHIEFTAIN PtJCjLISHING'GO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 1G, 1892. CURRENT COMMENT. China, with nil her -100,000,000 people, has only forty miles of railroad. Wars during tho last thlrty-thrco years havo cost 8,500,000 men and (3,000, 000,000. TjAtk statistics show thnt out of Lon don's 6,000,000 lulinbltantn moro than ;:00,000 earn less than 8 shillings a fam ily iv dayY A Fiikncii Rclonttst lms devised a sus pended camera with which photographs may lo taken on a ship when tho sea Is running high. In tbo Old Testament, although great numbers of women nru mentioned, tho ugo of hut ono is given. That Is Sarah, Abraham's wife. NEWS OF TIIE WEEK. lmnb- In Tim queen of Knglnnd has ordered two moro life-sized pictures of tho duko of Clarence, ono for herself and ono for tho prlnco of Wales. It Is no longer "good company man ners" not to have any cholco or prefer ence when ashed by the host at dinner...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 16 June 1892

IK Mi Iff w I? i f N Indian Chieftain. St-BO Var Yaur Xn. JLdvn.o. mblUheilThnricUji bjr. til IifDtAN CiimtTAin rqnusiiinoCOMrAMT, . M. MAKKS, Ei?or. M. K. MlLteKl), Malinger. J Vinita, Ind. Tun., June 10, 1802. Matjauk, chief of tho Osagos, died on tho 7th Inst,, of kltlnoy trouble CoNanEssMAN Tunny's bill to ro duco rhilrond faro in tho Territory to thrco cents a tnilo tins been re ported favorably. Tub Iioubo committoo on Indian aflairs have reported favorably the bill to ratify and confirm tho Chcrokco Strip agreement. lluan A. Dikbmorb, "tho silver ton trued orator of Aiknnsns." will ' succeed Sam Peel 'i tho iifth con gressional district of that stato. Bon Fonn, tho slayer of Jesso James, was killed at Crccdc, Col orado, last week in a similar man ner to that of his famous victim. There aro at least 500 men in tho Chcrokco nation who havo mado "valuable and permanent'' improvements upon tho Strip if their word is to bo taken. Some of our citizons havo just returned from a pros...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 16 June 1892

. lb Indian Chief tain, A - ' I . VimitA, Inu. Tkii., Junk 10, 1802. Local Railroad Timo Tables. MlSAOUKI, KANSAS A TKXAS. (lOI.Vd 40UTI1. 1 aiiiiiv IV7 IHfAllT. .m 4:08ft. m. .mlai.wit m. rf.i. I. M, K. t. Kxnrei 4:ftn N.M. llnli'ISt.L.AT,K 1 8iWi noinn Kotini. No. .T. St.ti.A lll'liex No. 2, Ma. ) A Tex ex Nn.H. freight and nrcom a mr.. HMn m. 10ilp. m ,.QiH m. DKfAIIT s.Mam 10:lftm PilAam ST. LOiriSJt 8ANFJ1ANC1SCO ItAlMVAY, " noinn witsT, . ajibivk. I imi'Airr !J!Mim (li:0im. 11 loom. . . Kx. St. Ii. toBapnlis . Accommodation .. U0INO KAST. ... I An ivk. I nitPAKT HI. I-onls express .... t:Mpm. a.iinm Aeeommodallon ... .vnpm. Through coaches from 81. I-onls la Saoulpa, TI.1ITA (JllUlttll IllllECTOUT. M.K. Church South J.W McOrarr, paslori Sabhath school at 10 00. m i pleaching t II a. m. and 7 ti. m i rtraver meet lingerer? wed- nesder erenlhg. Communion aerrlce ererr flret Snndar Presbyterian Uinreh. I) N Allen, pas tnr preaching, Similars at II a in. and 7 p. m.i Bunder achool...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 16 June 1892

1 n saM-ay iMiw ii Wil " " ra5-?Tw'jK!w-. "" ! i !- o mYmt ?Tmw'fm'm" ( J t It r I if t; u 5 r aaVa , BLOWN INTO FRAGMENTS. The Flielt ftoorns of tlia Mare Island ttart Ynl IMplotle Mtteen Men l'-rl.li. SLi Fiu-tci-co, Juno 14. A torrlblo cxplo-lon occurred In the shell rooms nt More Island navy yard, rcsultlnfr In tlio denth of sixteen men, while sovcral others nro fatally or seriously Injured. Tho shell room caught firo Immedi ately after tho explosion, and It vrns with dlfllculty tho Injured wcro res cued. Tho following Is a list of tho Ittllcil: T. Gcorjro Flttlnger, gunner, U. 8. N. CoL Bumlcrbcrr, gunner's mate; Thorn ns Seymour, chief gunner's mate; Will lam Itcnclo, apprentice; A. Kctkcll, eenmnn; C, W. Smith, Inndsmnn; Will lain Wnshbnrnc, seaman; V, Tjcgctt, seaman; W. O. Strandcr, apprentice; II. Joss, npprcntlcnj William Hush, sea man; Johnson, seaman; R. Rclnlck, nca raan; J, It. Motion, apprentice. Of throo men tatcon to tho lio-pltnl two havo Blnco died. The ono survi...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 23 June 1892

Ji THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN rfW CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INDIAN TJfillttlTORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1892. vOl. X. NO. h. CURRENT COMMENT. No fewer than 020,897 pcoplo named M tiller nro now living In Germany. ii i in i i In 1833 n tnmo elephant could lo bought In India or tl'ZZ. Now tlielr prices range fain $750 to 4,000. Ononoi! Sasi nlwtiya wroto nt night, niul .vlicn llio fever wan on lier sliu uever ceased until late In tlio morning. Amimixox Ciiaiilks Hwixnuian was ta years old recently, and is Bald to have llttlo dcslro now to do any now work. It Is estimated that over 100,000,000 pcoplo now speak tlio English language, over 09,000,000 German and over 41,000, 000 Frcncli. Miw. llcitNKTT Is- nald to havo nearly ready a number of now things, tlio most interesting of which Is n sequel ti) "Llt tlo Lord Fntinllcroy." HllKWiOX llKN.NETT, Who Wroto "rrnlrlo Flower" and somo llfly other American novols, Is 70 years old, hut is still halo mid hearty. Tiik biggest university In tho w...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 23 June 1892

m iffiMS V- I Indian Chieftain. 9L.!90 SrVr "XVavr In. Advtkiass. Fabllthed TflnrnUjt br THB Until! GlIItrTMM ruBLHiimoCoKrAKT, J. X. MAKKS, 4ltr. M.K. MILtOKB, Mawmrer. Vinita, Ind. Ter., Junk 23, 1802. A TKAUD ON ADVHrVTIBERS. Ivey,tho Tnhloqunh Tolophono's editor lias nwnkoncd from a two or thrco wooks' "rotiromont," and his first oxploits aro, as usual, of a decidedly shady character. Last week ho got out a uupplomont con taining thrco columns of Tub Chieftain's old list of stock brands, without authority from any of tho ownora oi tho brands, for tho purposo of deceiving tho live stock commission morchants and other advertisors into tho be lief that tho Tolophono has circu lation and standing among tho cat tlo men, and also their pntronago. This silly attempt to pcrpctrato a fraud upon tho advertisers will hardly materialize It clearly il lustrates, however, tho weakness and duplicity of Gus Ivoy, and will doubtless causo ablush of shamo to mantlo tho cheeks of his frionds (if h...

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 June 1892

I " i '''f", A tW '?,-- ,,. . t p., an 1 jj&j 4i-v-C3l5MiaiiJ:iais1 TT- I Indian Chieftain. Vinita, Ind. Ti:h., Junk 23, 1802. Local Railroad Time Tables. MfSSOUHl, KANSAS ft TKXAS. ooDco louiu. So. J, K. IC. 7-. 4lVm- .'.otf.E. N.i. .1, Ilanb'l St.L.ft'f.Kx IfliWii.m I fltWp.in. AMHtVXl IIRI-AIIT. notmi north, Si. t, T. St. X..& lll'bex So. 1, Mo, K Tex ex Nn.M. freight and mynm A THVK. hKIMIIT ll.Ma m I MtlWnm Wilnp ml losuvpin -jiiib in. Mjiflwm JIT..I.OUI8 A 8AM ritAXCIACO ltAlMVAY. OOIKH VlftT, Iaiihivr. T I llt-Ylpm ) ilitnam. AllHIVM. T tin.i. Kt. HI I, tuflapnlpn .. Ar-minmoilatlon Mt.yipm )i:19i.nx' UOtKO (AST . , I " 1VK. DKIMI1T 81. l)iil express :S0pm I iAlimtn. Aiwomiwidatloii I .... ., I n j , m Through-coachea from SI. 1-onls to Bapulpa! TI.X1TA Cllf It'cil UIUKCTOUT M.K.Chnrch South -J. TV McOrary, paalori Sabhath achool at 10.00 a. m.i preaching nt 11 a.m. and 7 p. m prayer meeting every Wed nesday evening, Commnnton service every flrat Bandar. rreebytorlan ...

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 June 1892

- - tf Atu.i,:. . '-fEBaHBUBaVfliHELBBVUHBS'lsrlMaHHrnHaV jnmSiTr i i iiJaaaaMBwMMWMaaiaSiWaWaiaWfajHpj dWWflffllHIIIinilWWWlWHBBninBMWMHHWllWHIMII O mSJmm laill i.,.ffiafwaallliaailMIMIiafilfaafeiaaMafeaBaaaMaaMfaaeieffaeffaaWfWMWaM P 11 fe, i " t) TUB ADVERTISING PAGE. Tho Moat Intorootlncr Fonturo of tho Qroat Metropolitan Dailloa. Hnmor, fallion, rnatlon, Virtue and Vie l!lpoil In Smell "Ada" Tho toperl ento of i Crank Tlio IteeoTerjr of Btolen froportji , (SpcclM Chlcaco Letter. 1 Have .von crertlionaht of how natural It h to liavo rccotirso to tho advertising rmffoa of newspapers? When you want liclp or when you need nnythlnp out of iho ordinary you appeal to your fellow men through tho columns of a Journal whoso circulation Justifies tho oxpcnse.1 Tho tlmo wa when you would hnvo pono from 0110 of your acquaintances to rhen vou would have tho oilier repeating your talo of woo. Nowyou simply walk Into tho counting room of a nowspapcr, pay forty or fifty jfM : u rnoxT op a ciuca...

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 June 1892

Vi J !??55teSS!lafciCSB; - i. tit V -If '! i ; THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN f,' Li i ;- O fj CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. H VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1892. Tl TOh. X. NO. 43. bbpbbbbbbbbY'bbbmssi r T T m. 0wpW IIP r I.NO out the Joy wiis-unce again With waving lings and rolltnff drums Wo erect tho Na tions Ulrlhday, when tv liiuriuus majca- tirp Ahl day of daysl- , .ft1! til - uiuuv i Biunus, , mm iiko r, naio round It cant, TTho radiant; Vork or patriot hand. Shines U".o bright record of tho past. Among tho nations of the earth bat land has story Ilko our ownf 10 ) thought of conquest burked her blrthj No greed of power was crcr shown JDy thoso who crossed the ocean wild Tliat they might plant upon her nod A homo for iwaco and vlrtuo mild, And altars rear to Frccdoyt'a Ood. How grand tho thought tnat bade them roam, Thoo pilgrim bands by faith. Inspired That bade them leave, their cherished torn And, with tbo martyr spirit fired, Ouldo tholr frail voxels o'er tho main Upon 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. — 30 June 1892

JLHi'J ,' JWjf i i l! U W 1 TmrMttn filnff ln Jbub-committeb report. A.I1U.1IU1 VIllUl Mill!.' -,tr.nt Vrom n'hnrokoo OammlB. 9USO TMrTMrln AivMUii. I'nbllsheclThnrnUri by Tm Indian Ciiim-taik l'uiat.ntsuCOMrAHY, It M.UXdtUS, Miter. """ M. E. MILF8RB, MftMSfcr. Vinita, Inu. Tkr June 30, 1802. Whkn trio' Intruders nro removed from tho Chorokco Nation will somo nntl-allotmont man plcaso toll us how to Koop them out? It you wish to know anything about tho affairs of this nation, wrltolo W A. Phillips, tho at lornoy for tho Chorokccs, in Wash inglon. A uiLt. has been introduce in tho United States senato providing that the president shall appoint two commissioners for tho Colunv bian exposition from tho fivo civ ilized tribes. The Oklahoma Press Association meets in Guthrio, July tho 12th. Tho fraternity of that city are making grand preparations for a royal timo. Speeches by Gov. Beay, Judgo Greoo nd Hon. Hcr aco Speed are a part or tho pro gram. There has been nothing said lately touc...

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 June 1892

-iHBfc-f wBi j f eaas Indian Chieftain. Vinita, Ini. Tku., JuKk SO, 1802. Local Railroad Tirao Tabic. MlSSOUItl , KANSAS A TKXAH. aoiiti 40UTII. Nil. l.M. IC. A T No. a, llanh'l 8t.l, Kxptom AT.Kx lllltVK 4:(n.)n IIKI-AIIT i'MK in. nJii.m I it:.tHi.n. noiMii NOI1TII. No. 4, T. 8t. T..A lll'bex &r.. n If.. 1& . r Nn.ftfy rrelgM ami arrom 0 I i m ST. I.OUI8 I A IlltV I Ilfl'Allf 8:Ma m I s-Winm 1 1 iirinpm I ttiom V 8AN KItANCISC O ItAlMVAY. IOIN( WICBT. " Ks. SI J toSspnlpa Aoeom limitation AIIHIYK. IlitlMm liiliinm. IlKIMIlT Hilftpm IIOINII ItABT HI, I.niils express Arrommodatlnn Through coAohes from St S AH IVK. Vi.V)pin, KurAiiT .1.13cm. .lilV.m I-oulsto SApUlpa, vixirA tiiinitii Diiu.cTouv M. K. Church 8rath J.W McCrary, paslnrt irayer meet Aabhnth school at 10.00 n. in, i "preaching at 1 1 i irayer meeting ever; 'ommnnlon "aervlce a. m. and 7 p. m i ncs'iay evening, llrst Bumlar. 1'reabyterlan Uinrcli every Wa.1. every -I) N tori preaching, Bnmlaya at II a. m.i aunusy sc...

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 June 1892

I.'r Baiamf ?: fiiii.Mwo EMrHH! a. Jim ur-".' t .i-tizagiKjraiisag iyiH'1 1 iWi SENSATIONAL SHOOTINQ. A Yfinnjj Man ftlimiK tha rt-ilner of Ilia HlKtrr In n Xerr Vnrk Court llnam. Nr.w YonKi Jane 3S. Mn Clprtt,18 yittTa-old, was Miot anil Itmtntitly killed 111 part 1 ( tlio court of gwipral ncMldtta liy lMwunl Dlvlns, of 01. UWihiKton titrcct Clcffrett liatt ion an nlfpinl be fore .Tmljjo Martlno on tho cluvrffo of rrlmlwilry niwiiiiHinfr Dlvlns' lf-yeni-lit ! UT. Harali, on tlio 18th in-L, anil liiul rlrmlct guilty. TIo wns reranndprt for iicnlonco until 'J'haml.iy antl m ho turned nnd wulkcd Ihrottff Ii tho nlslo to return to tlio pris oners pi-n, youn Dlvlns nrow nnd hold ing a r-lf-ooeUlnff derrlnffcr to Clcrgett's 1rcnst flr-il lfro a hand oonld tia out i.troti'hrd to restrain him. Ills vii'tlm fell dend Itntnntlv. Tho ourtroom wi In oommotton. Women wrenmed and lied and inon Mirjjod to nnd fro to get near tho murdorer nnd Jits victim. Dirlns was very cool nnd wont out vrith tw...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 7 July 1892

-s r '& L D JJclI Sep 92 Y THE chieftain; if a .n CHIEFTAIN PUBLISniNG CO. VINITA. INDIAN TERRIIOEJ, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1892. .VOL. X. NO. 41. v 5 X-L i .Ui.J 1 1 . tl !-( w LI X hy CURRENT COMMENT. All the pawnshops in Moscow owned by Jews will be closed next month by order of the government. IHx months wil be allowed them to wind up their aCairs. rroxec Bimiaeck visits the Brine "baths at Kissingcn daily. He is often bombarded with bouquets by admiring ladies. The other day a bonqnet hit him i in the eye, injuring it slightly. A JirEcuijin colored man in Arundel county, Md., killed an infuriated bull which attacked him by seizing the an imal by the horns and throwing him vil7i violence sufficient to break his xuck. A letter -from St IVtcrsburg says j, Ithc czar of Russia is the largest indi- ridual landowner in the world. The urea of his possessions is far greater in, that of -the cntiro republic of I like to be humbugged. Corot TOO sketches. But 12,000 are been sold in the Hot...

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