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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 7 July 1892

l V -dt T .sWS ?e - . j E. 7 Indian Chieftain. 1.50 Par "Teajr la Adn&oi. Published Thursdays by T Isdias Ciiiiitaix PcBiisnixoCoKTAirr, 1). M. MARKS, Editor. . Jt.E.MILFOBD, Manager. . Vinita, Ind. Ter., Jcly 7, 1892. Don't undertake to hold your breath until the Strip trade is rat ified. A picnic and barbecue will be held at Chelsea, Saturday, July 9. Republican and democratic speech es will be made and a good time is anticipated. Everybody invited. The Cherokee nation has in funds and bonds held in trust by the United States $2,636,634.12. This with the eight and one-half millions arising from the sale of the Strip amount to about $40. per capita to the citizens of this nation. The decision of Judge Landrum, as published in these columns last week in regard to post and wire "'fences was probably in full accord with- the law, and the fact that ether JHctgegftadnotimadeTewlkg, rulings before this is no argument against the correctness of Judge .Landrum s position. While it is 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. — 7 July 1892

v ' , Ttt V i i cS T , V - r H t- t '.-& c ', '4& Indian Chieftain. Vinita, Ind. Tek., July 7, 1892. Local Railroad Time Tables. Ml -SOUUl, KANSAS & TEXAS,. loisr. ouni. IAUimicI nrfAirr. t.OSa.m M:(Ha.m. G-Vp-ru 1 C:S.-ii.m. nOIXil NORTH. A IllVk I nPPAUT SJ3a m. I 5:.viam J. r. St L.A lll'l.cx N. i. Mo K Ttx rx in. lip ml 10-iS) in No . freight anil ncrom j 1.I a m I I.Kim ST. LOUIS SAX FRANCISCO KAILWAV. GU!R WKfcT I miVK. iirrjuiT K Si I. toSapulpa . I ll-Vlpm I liMlpm ARnimmoilation Il-liiatn. I . CUIMl KT IAK IVK I DEPART SJOpra I s.ltym. ..." I 3:45pm. Through coaches from St. Louis to Sapulpa. riMTA cucucn DiEECTonr. M.E. Church South ).W McCrarj. pastor; Sabbath school at 10 -00 a. m.; preachlngat 11 a. m. and 7 p. m ; prayer meetlnc every Wed nesday evening. Communion sen-ice every first Sunday. Presbyterian Church. D X Allen, pas tor; preaching, Sundays at 11 a. in. and 7 p. m.; Sunday school at 10 a. m.; prayermeet ing Thursday nights. Congregational Church R...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 7 July 1892

fr-i; i' U TjK, PEOPLE'S PAPtTY. Meeting of the Actional Convention at Omaha. The Delegates Welcomed to tlio City ISy the Major Ellington, or Georgia, Temporary Chairman lint Day of the Coarctation. Omaha, Neb., July 4. When the na tional convention of the people's party of the United States opened in this city at 10 o'clock Saturday every person present seemed to be in a congratula tory mood over the large attendance, and there was a general opinion that harmony should be selected to lead the hosts in the coming campaign. Hags and bannerettes floated from every pillar and arch of the Coliseum, and a slight display of evergreens, something in the nature of triumphal arches, added a degree of freshness to the scene. There was a sl'ght lull as Chairman Taubencck, of the national committee, stepped to the front and announced that the first national convention of the people's party was now convened in regular session. Then there was a burst of applause. Prayer was offered by Hcv. Itcnja...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 14 July 1892

THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. Q CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1892. VOL. X. NO. 15. CURRENT COMMENT. Htatub scrubbing li at Its height In Washington now. Homo costly works of art Imvo been ruined by tlio practice. Bksatou II ill Introduced n bill chang ing tho dnlJ for t!io dedication of tlio buildings for tlio World's Columbian exposition from OctoW 13 to Octol-cr SI, nnd after a statement by lilm us to tlio r-nwns for tlio bill and ono from Mr. Ciillom nsfccntlng to It, tlio bill was flawed. Tint JMImlssippl registration books iiuvd ciohoii tiirottgliont tlio state. Under tlio terms of tlio new con stitution, tlioso falling to get on tlio rolls will bo debarred from voting for ono year. Itcglstrntlon In the state , wns very light Few negroes, compara tively, registered or tried to. - Chautauqua. generally U-llovd tbat tlio mconltig of ChauUiuijuu Ih "light In dark places," but there are ofllclnl doe iiiucits to prove that the present namo Is a varia...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 14 July 1892

i: t - Indian Chieftain. 9190 Ta Yr Xn. JLAvm.xom. rnMl.hrl YhnrtitaTa hV t The Indian umirrAtx I'unmiiixoCoxrAKT, - . O K. M, MAKKS, Eltr. M. E. XILl'OKH, MitMgcr. ss -ar Vinita, Ind Tr.n., July 14, 1892. Who said brfdWnT" (Y. Phillips was a Wheat throughout, this section is grading much higher tlinn Inst year, . Tim silver1 (Wwns burlod yes terday boy'ot.d )iopo of rc8urrcc tion at this session of congress. Sii.knck novor bhows itself to so great on ndvantago as when it is mado tho reply to calumny and defamation. John Joudo.v is in Washington and aftor having Inspected tho workings of congress and tho del egation, expressed himself as be ing dolightcd with both. Ho also roports that thoro is no money in tho United Slates trersury. Bad nm t it? The contest for the nomination for congress from tho fifth Arkan sas district is waxing warm with tho chances very much against Mr. Peel, tho present incumbent. With Peel and Mansur out of con grcBs tho forco of "Indian fighters" will bo ma...

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 July 1892

NlpMM E3!l ' 7;3$&"' JtJm.1. irti iilTfl. m4$mmi?mn.'dvM ihm fmmwm Indian Cliiof tain. Vinita, Ind. Teh., July M, 1892, Local Railroad Time Tablet. MmOUItl, KANSAS ATKXA8. (IOIMO 10UTII. , ' I AIIIIIVX Vi. It M It. AT. Express itOXit.m S.i. 1. Ilanb'l St.L.ftT.Kx 1 1'V'- noi-tn toitril. T ."""iiit it .t lll'liex H:.VIa in A Tut ex IlinlAii m Vo.l. T. fll I, Soil. Mn. K 1MPAIIT. 4:08a.m. asMp.m. IlKPAIIT H:Mnm lOiifipni Sn;M. frnlglit anil arrnm n; a ml 1t:l.,m ST. UHlis A SAN PIIANCISColiAll.WAY, (lOtXIl n. v.x. et r to8pui.n . Accoiniimdatlnn aiiiiyh. f niTAifir. lli.Tlpm (Uilniim llilOnin, HOt. Id XAST HI '.onls express jvcrninmiuauon All IVK. XioQpm nrpAHT S. Mum. crninmiuallon ,... ., Silftpni, Thrnugh coachee from si. touts to Sapulpa, Tl.MTA ciiuiicii DiitKCTiTiir. M.K.Chnrch Snath J.W McCrary, paslori Sabbath school it 10:00 a. m. preaching at 1 i.ra. praye ilnr. Comrn drat Bander a. m. And 7 n nesday erenlng. in . prayer meeting eeery Wed uommnnion aerrice BTcry Presbyte...

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 July 1892

wv HHHHIHflBiHHHIHHyilMfliHHIIHIHQHWnniM9l!1iyMIMI',lra VS . " ii r laaiy 1 . HBWM BwKw'?B,TffwvrffWlWWffHfRTfflPnl1 ;'awvrtt , TffiifflL.u hi. fi rff; 1 i j 3 J i ' it '!: I! $! I i 4, . ! I ! bbiPb'sb1bbbbbbbWbb,b -,-- KrJr t lllliiillllniiM.nl I i n'i ' N ii i.i ii i.Uimim a, in i r I M mi i I f o d CONGRESSIONAL Tha K'l !'rncrilna Cnmlenamt For- OnrrnlrnmnfthA Meatier, In the tenulo rn th Mh Mr. llcrry (Ark.) FPoVoon tha tariff Dollclcs ot tho twn nsrtlc. Tlw oonfrrriito report on the Dtatrlct ot Colum bia bill km dljctisaoil At length and th acnato lnlinl on III nmcnilmcnt appropriating 1109, . um lor tno u. A. II rnloriainmcnl. Another omfrrrnM was inked and tnoacnataailjoarnrd'. ... The. m-nalo frofl coinage Mil wea laid bofora the liouao for tho vimker. Ttio apcakcr atatril that under the rule tho bill would bo referred to tho rommlttrfl on coinage, weight and mens. urc. Mr. Tracy (N. V.) moved to refer to tho committee on banking nnd currencr, which was antagonized by tho o...

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 July 1892

I Vj '" -. o Bei THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1892. VOL. X. NO. 4. fciMWfeluwiKMBKJ O V CURRENT COMMENT. Natuhai. gas Morrlllten, Arlt. lias been struck nt 1 loo us Chlncso ccrtlllcatcs art) afloat In Sati Francisco. A cut In tlio Wo Grntula linn given tho Unltcd.SlatcsZ.OOO acres of Mexican land. An cntcrprlho Is under way nt New ( York to manufacture alcohol from cheap inoiusscs. lluitai.Alts recently ransacked tho city engineer's dcpai tuicnt of tho Chicago town lml 1. Viiiv,, w,, .it.i..,.. i. , lias been lined at Crawfordsvlllo, Ind.! fH nn.r.ni.. i .v I'.UIUMlfcjr, Tub native- Hnsl Indian press is Jubl- , r KaoroJl to I lant over tho election of Mr. tho Jlrltlf.h parliament. I Chicauo has expressed her ludlgna tlon ut tho stipulations saddled on thu (5,000,003 proposed loan for tho world's ialr. I.v a pjper left by tho guillotined an urcliist, Uavnchol, ho declares that nil work, mental and physical, Is humlll tatl...

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 July 1892

IB5HbM Tafl i i,IJ i ;-; I . f !! ! ' Hi L o Indian Chieftain. 9L.BO Tmr Yeew, Jm. JtArw. - Fntillaheri Thnr.rtaj. by The Inoiak UmirTAtx l'onLiHinoCoPAxr, l. M XAKMft, Kdltw. VimitA, Ind. Ter., July 21, 1892. John Jordon stock lins "took n luinblo." Tub dologfttcs nro expected homo this wook. C'ongrcna will adjourn noxt Mon day, tho 25th irfst. The prosa throughout tho coun. try is decidedly ogninet tho Pink ertons, Another term of congroas ia about closing nnd tho Chorokeo 'nation ia still intact. During tho last thrco years 27,- 10 Indians havo been naturalized and taken thoir allotments of land. Good hay is bringing eoven dol lars a ton in St. Louis, of which tho railroads get four dollars for hauling. Tiik prospect of waiting another year for tho oponing of tho Strip Beta heavily on tho stomach of tho average boomer. Tiik Tahloquah press has at last wakened up and discovered that thero is something wrong with tho Strip transaction. L. L. Duckworth, from Going snake, roports tha...

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 July 1892

jmmmSm Indian Chieftain. VtmTA, Inn. Tku., July 21, 1802, '" Local Railroad Ximo Tablet. MIS80UUI, KANSAS A TEXAS. , (101.1(1 SOOTH. I". ,M. f. A T. Kinross' i, t:i.nli,ISt.t,.AT.Kx AHMIYK 4:0Da.m AiiMp.m tmi'-MtT. 4:08a. m. Ortup.m. nnixafnriTit. No. l.T. fll.T. A lli'bex So. J, Mo Id 'A Tex ex Sn.lW, freight and aft'om A IIIVK niCrAIIT k.Mh m 8:Mam lotlN ii ml loiinpm 11:1 n in. I l):lftin f. ST. I.OUIB A BAN fHAKCISCO KA1I.WAY. noiNii wilt. Y.x Hi I. toBnpulpa , Acco.tiinodation AIIUIVK, HiMpm lliloam. DrPAIIT 12s49pm. HOMO (AtT St Louie axpnas .... Armmmndslron , Through coaches from St All tv SiMpm narAitr .1.13(.m. SilRtim. Louis to Sapulpa, rixiTA uuuntii niitECTuiir. M.K.Chnrcli Sonth J.MT.MeCrary, paslori ominunton service every N a m. prayer meet Sabbath chool at 10:00 a. m. I preachlnir at 1 a. m anil 7 p. m prayer meeting every Wed- nrinnr evening, ui ureiriunuar. Presbyterian Churcb. D N Allen, p- tori preachlnir, Bunday at II a. m. and 7 p m.l niinuay scnoniaiiua Ing T...

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 July 1892

aimmSmSmSmmnmsmmii smmmmnmwrzmMmm . jowr-wrwar J3STV3it iW ffHHffUWpifiiwi !' ww w'i" - . f J. I, I u? '; (o iW .1 I Is ! ! ! ! ' I ' Jl It" : BEAUTIFUL SCENERY. TbO Road from Waaulnnton Cabin Johna Drldrro, to O rrlte TliortrjRlifuro with All Clntica of fioclety Dljitotit.tli nml Btnteamcn la Hniilome Tiirnonti-History of Fimou llrlilgo. Special Wahlnjtmi l.ettcr.1 Tho vicinity of Washington abounds la beautiful scenery nml plcniwintilrlvcs, but tho favorite tlioivtighfnro with nil elasixrt of Washington noclety fa tlie road to Cabin .tohtis brlilgu. Every lirlKhtHunilnyllio owners of fnst horses, ami of thoso not no fast, hlo them to tio boundary of Ucorjjotown, that quiet llttlo nnncu to Wnslilnffton, nnd take the nonilnlt road to tho bridffo. It has been so over since tho bridgo was built In 18 ntid It will probably remain so forever. Let tn follow this red-wheeled road wagon, In which tho "sporty" looking gentleman Is explaining to his friend, evidently a stranger, tho differen...

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 July 1892

"2? " i JMLL ' " ' n ;rfffrff;rnrTfTawf i -- t- - "I RF'lfoJT ,B, u. THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VIN1TA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1892, VOL. X. NO. 47. CURRENT COMMENT. VAnprlcai, continue In tlio City of Meslco for liid ahd iHcnlsf corn hai declined. bt'.SAToii MArini'.itso.v 1ms written n letter dcclnrlug ngalnst tiuuday closing of tlio world's fair. Tub Purls l'cjtlt Journal , hns now renchM tho enormous circulation of 1, 250,000 copies daily: ' ' pf ii) r ';, .H J ,AJcit bull cornerstone, laid In 1770 was found In New Vorlc In tlio rear of tlio present city hnll. ICrki.kv graduate In Chlcngd wnnt to 'jrgAnlz&thtdr vvl.vc,slslcrs and mothers Into nn assistant cluK. PitimstA has only ono factory Oint makes playing cards, nnd Ita nnnual proflts umoitnt to $800,000. lN,I)cnmark Jhcy nitj undertaking to fctamp bnt lubercnlol. lit cattle by vac cination with Koch's lymph, iTissald nll.thuKuropcnnpowerswIll Interfere to prevent trou'itq .between the s...

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 July 1892

' nr 6 'I h s ' : !! r ' '! ;. p Indian Chieftain. I1.30 Par Year In. JLdvastoa, Pn1itr.hft Thnfulivi l.v f M Imdiak C'limrTAiK runusmitaGOMrAxr, J. M, MAKK8, IMItor. X. L'. XIU'OKU, Manager. Vinita, I.Vd. Trii., July 28, 1892. Who collected tho rovenue on Jnko Giitlirio's cnttlo? jEimv SiMrsoKgot Into tho Strip boom in timo to go homo nnd toll his constituents about it. If roporls bo truo tho Indian sub-commlltoo will report in favor or indemnifying tho intrudors lor improvements unlawfully made in this nation. Why was it ncccss' y to send an expensivo delegation to Wash-, ington to urgo tho ratification of tho Strip agreement? Any ono who knows may answer. The Indians ol tho fivo tribes figured a great deal more in tho "exposition" of 1-102 than thoy will in that of 1S92, notwithstand ing tho appropriation allowed by Undo Sam. The Cboctaws aro in tho throes of tho hottest political campaign that country over witnessed. Tho opposing parties havo affectionate ly named each other 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. — 28 July 1892

TOtftVtM rrrmr"f;ag M- . Jfet ; .E - If V In . :. I M Indian Chiof tain, """ J U- " J '.111' ..... i jy.,.,,,! .,. L ViNitA(lNn. Tkii., July 28, 1892, Local Railroad Timer Tables. StnsOUKt, KANSAS A TKXAH. hoino oi-tii. V.j. l,M. K. A T. Kirf N.I..1, UMlll'I SI.I..AT. I nuixntnirni. ahiiivk I iikimiit. 4!0n.in l:ox.m. 0:Tp.mn!ti.ln. Ho. 4,T. SI.I..A lll'box .So. 1, Mfl. Kt. A Tex. ox No Mi frcislit and decom a mvH. UKrAiiT 8l.Vn.ni I :Mnm Iftslnp. ml 10:1.1 tim H:Ha in Oil.lam 8T. LOU19 ft HAN fllANCISCO UAII.WAr, iioimi wxvr.- Kx. Bl I, toSapalpft Ac.Tnmodatlon .. AI1BIVK. ll:.V,im llilOain. IICI'Allt. l'iMOpm. C10ISO KAtT HI. tanle express Accommodation Through couches from H All IVK. 5 :00pm. nri-AiiT !,15.m. .l!l!,i,m Louis to Snpnlpa, riMTA L'llllltlll lllltr.CTOIir. M B.CIinrcfi Soutli T.W.Mct'rarr, paslori Sabbath acbool lit 10.00 n. m. t preaching- at 11 a. m anil 7 p. m I lrayermcetineaery Wed nesday evening. Communion ssrvlce erery first Sunder. Presbyterian Church. I) H 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 July 1892

TffMi r liiilffSjl u J- i I i 1 I! i !l w A MSTKOIT MLKACLE. Groat Triumph for Canadian Medical Bclonoo. HOAD AGENTS LYNCHED. I'srtlrnlars of Ono of the Hnl Jtomnrlt III C'nrrt on itrront IirserliieU f. lb Detroit Mews A Story Worth s Cixrlfal 1'erutsJ. DnTnotT, Mlcti., Jnn. EOlb, 1803. A can Ban Just romo lo llfflil liero, tlio partlculari tif wliloli nra iilillalicl In tho Kenning. Nows, Vrlilcll tt 111 Iw rend with ponsldcrnlilt Inlorosl tijr all Canadian, na It rccorda tin rcmnrltfililo nolileretneril of a Canadian medical ilIsrovorj-iWlitetiliaaftlKBily, In IU oivn country, won great and enduring fiiiuo. At thla nddit triumph theto la no doubt tho follow countrymen of tho pro prietors will rojoloo, na It aheda lustre on Cniintltnn si-lclica. Tho story la told hj tho News na follows i ThofollortliiR parngraph, wliloli apearod In the Nows n short limo bro, furnished the linala of tills Information -nrnsa that waa lo wonderfully rontarltablo that It demand ed further oxplauatton I...

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 August 1892

"-"-yifiTHT-infiii rrt -i wfc - .-lJy.;.'.'X 3Sm gMfiflS . THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN ;v CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING 00. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1892. VOL. X. NO. 18. vesrr: -ilium, .,. ,U. . . - vlEtl p. I 1 1 CURRENT COMMENT. A ri Xnar. colony of disappointed home ecclccrs nro to lenvo Olclnhoma for Cen tral America. Thoy expect to work on coiTco plantations. The board of trado clllscn of Fargo, N. I)., Itavo undertaken to ralso J"J0,W0 to supplement tho stnto'ii world's fulr appropriation of '.25,000. " j It costa something to fro dowh Into - tlio sea If you expect to como tip again. -Tho cost of a oncrann ca-dlvlng ap paratus for a depth of 200 feet Is W75. , ItIs estimated that tho thlrty-ilvo ,wllrpiids which enter Chicago will ex pend 110,000,000 In increasing and Im proving their equipment and facilities for transporting world's fair visitors and freight. , Tub railroads of Oil country do con 'Bldoniblo business and their Income. Is not Inconsiderable. Tho gross ear...

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 August 1892

HMMMMMMHMtMMM'MMMmwriM'A'MMB jHT h 1 1, I H, 1' I . I, Indian Chieftain. -iv. Htl.OO .Per Ta Zn Advavrxoo. rnbllaheilTlinradra bf till NolAN UnlltrTAIIt 1'CnLltlltNoGoMrAXT, . X. MAKKS, )Mllor X. K. MIMORW. Manager. Vinita, Ind. Tun,, Auo. 4, 1892. -- Wheat 52 to C5 on Blrect. Cat tlo n litllo stronger niul hlghor. A iill-i. passed tlio house Inst week reducing railroad fnrc through ,this territory to thrco cents ft mile. Otiikk neighboring towns have periodical booms, but for n good, steady eubatnnlnl growth, Vinita leads them all. Tim Jones party in the Choctaw nation proposes to keep all the monoy in their treasury, to bo used in Cnao of a famine The effort to enforce tho presi dent's order for tho removal of intrudors and their cattle from tho Outlet was a dead failure Now tho next thing in ordor will bo a petition to congress for tho payment of tho Strip money to tho Chcrokco poople, per capita. The pension appropriation for 1892 is ? 140,817,417.09. President Grant, during his...

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 August 1892

Elitatafl -SP"" vy-mrrxi3F? "He uirn h. If l r v iyitiaiiiiilin ' Indian Ohioitain Vinita, Ind. Tim., Aua. -1, 1802. Local ltatlroad Time TnbTciTr"" MIMMUIII , IC ANSAS A TKXAB. OOlXn lOl'TII. Hu. 1,M, K.AT. 1 !pr M 4:1 AT.Eilfl:! No.,1, Hanb'lSt.L noi"n kohiii aiiiiivr I iriM. oxn.m I 4t03s.ni. Mi.mB:Wi.nl. Vo.l,T.;it.IAIII'lie Vo.,2. Mo. Ke ft Tex ex Nn.M, freight ami nccnm A IIIVK, I OKI'AIIT fliMn.M. I s SAnm 10:lAi ml lo-inpm B.lMi in. I DiDUm ST LOUISA SAN FHANCloCO IMI1.WAY. GOING WKeT. Kx. 3t. I. toSapntpa Accommodation . , AIIHtVX. I Iltl'AHT. ll:Vpm liiUiim. IlilOam. . .. . OOIHGEAIT fit. I.onls express . . Arcommndatlon Through conches from at . I nitp.tMT . I S.lJhin. ! SiUnm. Louis to Sapulpn, All IV J :80pm T IX IT A Clltllltll IMIIr.UIOKT. M.K.Chiiroti South J.W McCrary, m. (ilul 7 1. in i prayer mretlng every ' uon oastnri I Sabbath school at IU:00 a. in. i pronclilnft at raycr mreiin; cvry ti omnlunlon sertleo eery Allen needay evening aratsumiar. Presbyterian Umrch...

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 August 1892

:'r'-ii ISW9BBSBSBSS9S8S8SSS8S "" . '- r U' f I i I m- THE FARMING WORLD. HANDY FARM GATE. M I Not Onlf Very Ilronomlcal Itnt Ran lljr Constrnrted. Hero Is another simple ffnte. tlio pat nton which expired long npo. Tho Illustration shows a plan and fclilo vlow of It, Tlio posts nro double, or n Bto.it polo or Mat tuny lw substituted for tlio accond of cndi pair. Clcnts just be neath tlio first nnd third board of tho panel forming the nnto hold tho two members of ench pnlr of posts In po- nltlon and servo for supports upon which the ffnto slides. Tho pate Is nn ordinary panel fenco, except Hint ntono cnity tho right In tho drawing, two of tlio boards project boyond tho end cleat of tho panel and enter a mortise In tho post or tho spaca between tho pair of prats. 11 shoving tho panl back these A CHKAV FARM GATE. projecting boards nro disengaged nnd tho panel mar be swung open as Indi cated by tho dotted lino In tho upper figure of tho Illustration. An advan tage claimed In the patent...

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 August 1892

1W -Z fflgFT -1-Jfrwwr-- ' ' U,P,-T' : fi A a THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. , 11 fe CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1892. VOL. X. NO. 19. Bes KWf t V ! CURRENT COMMENT. - Tun medical Jonrnnls nro beginning to Inlto an Interest In tho Improvement of country roads. '"?": con,lllutIon o Louisiana pcr roll women to liold nio oftlco connect cl with public cditcntlcj. Tmi'nntnlicrof juvenile criminals con victed In Knglnndin 1801 wns less than null the number convicted In 1871. ' -Cot LriiAX UtfiNJHi-, n veteran of tlio Jtextcan nnd civil wars, was cruRlied to , death In an elovntor In Chicago re cently. Tun shipment of fruit from Califor nia to London-wns sold tliero nt miction tlio other day, bringing comparatively low prices. ' rf Kino Mambtoa has been given t3,noo fU Ids filinro of tlio proceed from tho nolo of Un vessels wrecked nt tho Sa moan Islands. AnotiT 2,800,000 cubic yards of earth weto used this year on the levees of tho lower Mississippi dist...

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