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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 11 August 1892

is.;;3 m .,-.U M.ZB-ta, " J&'gagaH '"" o(Ut5. W 'MPM mwtwif-!;" 1H -tnlnm Wsiffl !!U Jl'J .1 "l II i R Li K ill I Indian Chieftain, rnbllshedTlisridays by tnn IHOIAK ClIIirTAlH I'CIILIlltlMaCOMrAKY, . M. MARKS, Teller. X. B. .XH.FOKB, Mmwrw. Vinita, Ind. Tkr., Amo. 11, 1802. UP HILL ALL THB WAY. Tub Chieftain extends con dolenco to nil who woro credulous enough to pay John Jordan twenty five dollars to sccuro to thorn places on tho Strip, to bo rosorvod for tho Immortal sovonty, in caso of a.ratiflcation of tho Strip agreo tnbntT Jordan wont to Washing ton with n flourish of trumpots; ho was tho "hero of tho hour;" ho carried a majority of tho seventy in his vost pockot; ho had bocomo their guardian, and nothing was lacking but tho ratification of tho troaty, and ho was in tho capltol to see that it was dono. Tho del egation, too, was whooping it up. Thoy probably wero to sharo Jor dan's fortunos on tho Strip. Coun cil hod lined their pockets with plonty ol tho wherewithal to ha...

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 August 1892

&r Indian Chieftain. Vinita, Ind, Teh., Aug. 11, 1802. Local Railroad Time Tables. MI330UUI. KANSAS A TF.XAD. aoixo south. Alinivi itOfa.m 6i3Sp.m nxrAin. 4:08a.m. sissp.m, NO No l.M. 1C. A T. Kxproil n, Hsnb'lSt.L.&T.Kx noiKonoKTii. Ko. 4, T. 8I.T..AIItbex No. 1, Mo. Ki ft To i ex No.M, freight and aecom a mm. 8.M.m. lojiAp m (linn m. J1RPAHT S:Mnm lOilSpm flslftam 8T. LOUIS A BAN ritANCISCO ItAlt.WAY. ooiko mil. AIlBlTlt. lliMpm lliloam, K. SI, I(. toSipulua Accommodation .... DIPAIIT. Ii40nm. OOIHO BAIT AH IVK. I DCIM11T 1:50pm. 1 .1.19pm. .... . 3:nm. Lonlt to Sapulpa, SI. Lonlt exprert AHommndMlftn Through eoaobee from St T1.HTA uiiuiir.ii utuECTcnr. II. K. Chnreh Sonth J.W McCrary, petlori Sabbath arhool at 10.00 a lu.tiua. m.i preaching as ii rayer nicotinic every Wed ommanlon acrrlcc every a.m. ami 7 p. m netdajr erenlng, 11 rat Bandar. Presbyterian Chnreh -I). N Allen, rut in and 7 l. tor preaching, Sundays at It a m,i ounu day aehool at 10 a. m. t prayer meet 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. — 11 August 1892

?VM pto PeMSsBftSESKB WHS i 'iinfiA liitij ijiiiiiipi(Wei8SiairtitijiiiwiiiMwiii i Miim.li. miwwi wwmmaagaj M l! ii A QUACK IN AFRICA. tIa.Tnok Cnttlxna 1'rr-snnil Soon Acquired n Tliomanit Animate. A Ocrrtinn flfrcnt In ttio southwest Af rican mtvscsslons of llertnnny writes to lirti(lfjrtnrU'if In Jlerlln that couflilcnco won and scnrops Vinvo invaded even Hint sparsely settled anil hnlf-satago region, die snys thatayenr tip, n white mnn went w nnu'crlng through the conn try carrying on lil bnck a bnff filled Willi medical nostrums. Little atten tion Was paid to lihn, but II wns found ,'nlcr Hint ho ltnew nothing whatever of 'ficillolno, nnd Hint his little piasters 'wafers nnd drugs wero worth no moro tlinn sd much ictlsh. Ho hcrnlded his coining everywhere, just ns tho qtinck doctors do In this country, nnd tho slm-plo-mlnded natives llochcil to him from hir nnd near to scciiro tho benefits of Ms ivotulcrful treatment. He remained only two or thrco weeks In n plnco, nnd then wou...

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 August 1892

Km8?SS2LLJJis tt?-.- v. ITrn v i TTV"T I T A "1." CHIEFTAIN. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1892. VOL. X. NO. 50. i tFTualfe iif CURRENT COMMENT. California reports a very short pruno crop for tho season. Tub rubber trust combination goes Into effect November 1. Nrw conl fields lmvo been discovered In Lancashire, England. 1'iiBCobden club lias condemned Lord Salisbury's Hastings speech. - ' ' Tub governor of North Dakota has raised tho small-pox quarantine. The Mexican loan of 000,000 was ad vantageously placed, showing tho good credit of tho country. An unknown Infect Is doing Its best for tho 'bulls" by worltlng on tho wheat crop In North Dakota. A convention of rabbin w ill bo held nt New York lit October to tnko action regarding tho circumcision of converts. Senators Allison and Jones havo ncccptcd their appointment ns dele gate to tho International monetary conference Tim omission of an Item of N.OOO In tho sundry civil bill to nudlt pos...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 18 August 1892

mmtmtmmrM. MWMMMMkMiM o 13 P IXN Indian Chieftain. 9UBO 3Pr Tur Xm JLaVv-avMo. pKBllstiaclThiirtdaTa bj TUB IKBIAK UHUrTAIM roLIMIKaOOMrAXT. . X. MARKS, JfAlUtr. IT. K. XILFOKP JCgr. VimtA.Imd. Tjck., AOo, 18, 1892. Jake Guthmb sems to have al u most a monopoly of the cattle bug. inwfl en the Strip this season. Treasurer Starr reports that John V. Jordon la holding 10,000 head of cattlo on tho strip for Dan Waggoner. The democrats of the torritory will rncot at South McAlcstor Sept. 28 to nominato a candidato for del cgate to congress. Tug noxt groat question that will agitato tho minds oi tho pow ers that bo will bo how to oust "Appletreo" Smith from tho Fort Gibson military reservation In rekeiience to tho World's Fair, it is cortainly dcsirablo that tho fivo tribes in this territory tako united action in tho matter and thus lnsuro a successful as well as an interesting exhibit. The unanimity with which tho leading men of this nation aro ex pressing their views on tho subject of 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. — 18 August 1892

nBRPHO ISlBB .Tr,f- r-wy r3 "n "Vi'if tea - i-7. U Indian Chief tain. Vinita, Ind. Teu., Auo. 18,1892. Local Railroad Time Tablet. M 188011111 , KANSAS A TKXA8 . ouitin toutii. No. Ha, . I AllllirKl riXI'AUT. I,M. K.ft T. Kiiirett 4:0ftn.m r.Osa.m. u llanb'l 9t.l..T.K I 0:8i.m I OiMp.m. nOINO NORTH. So. 4,T. t.T..A lll'be No. !), Mo. Id ft Tex ex No. 113. freight and accom A HIVK. IIKIMIIT SiMa.m. iiSUm loilitp. ml loiinpm Bil.'a m. n-.IAatn 8T. T.OUI8 ft BAN KltANClSCO ItAlMVAY, ooixo meet. V.x. St. I., loflannliia . Accommodation ... AHH1YK. l:.Vlpm 11 iluam. tlll'AIIT. H:tO.m. down bait . Lnnl expreat AH IVK. tlKTAIIT HWpm. I .1. 1.1pm. I ait.ipm. fit Accommodation Through coeehce from St. Louie to Sapulpa. YI.1ITA I'llUtltll IMllKCTOItV. M.K.Chnrch South J.W McCrary, pailori Sabbath achool at 10:00 a. m.i tireachlngat 11 m i marer meeting oTerr wed- j' a. m. and 7 n neiday evening. nruaunuar rretbrterlan Chnrch. 1. N ommnnlon aervlce etrery Allen. na- . '.. . ... . - ior preacni...

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 August 1892

m A DAY "AT CAPE MAY. Wo Ca All Go Tboro Whon Oar Gulp Oomoo Zrx. Mmimlillfl Wo Hnvo to l!o Pnttifleil with Heading of Ilia Meanly nml tlrnnilenr of Hie Orrnn nml tlio Clinrm of tlio rlblx llencli. (Special Washington f.cttrr.1 Tlicrc Is no linrm In enry unions It Is prrnilttotl lo grow Into Jealousy. Vou will nil be envlotn when you hear tlio story, nml yet I belle vo not ono of ray renders will be jealous. Having rvcolvcl nnd accepted nu Invitation to ranho n trip to Cnpo May, N. .1., nml bo n litest nt tlio princi pal hotel there for our days, I started on Frldny morn. Iff with my wlfo 9nd baby nml arrlvod nt the Cnpo about lour o'clock In Ilia afternoon. First lot me tell yon about tlio hotel. It Is ono of lliclirgcslcKtabllnhmcnts of the kind on the Atlantic coast nul con readily nccommodato n thousand ptosis, Rivlnjr Rood bedrooms as well us the best of food with prompt atten tion lo every one of that number. It It fclluated about one hundred yards from tlio beach, nnd Is so p...

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 August 1892

StSJa-w i tl Wtj,, --J Jit,, jj H -J . - !- . THE INDIAN CfflEFTAIN. jdfKS&JMttPf CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING GO. CURRENT COMMENT. r'.n '1nl,JJ Vr!co cwr-t sl'ow nn totton. h'l"'n in tl.o price of been rrcsteJ s kpfcl! at Myslowltz, nl",lB.VJ "tOWloMWi lighthouses 11,1,1,0 bu '-vn tahon up again. HiILprt,',ent ,ms "PI'itl William E" Umdlcy. of IlHnoIs, Unite, t duniMi tho first seven months of thin car I'Vnnco Imported from tlio United btnles moro than thrco times tho vnluo or goods slio ynt hero. Tub oratress or Ituula in tho flint lady to nnirwer from n European tlirono io Invitation to take part In the wom en tvork of tho Columbian exposition. Soiir.notiv used dynamite and blow out of their graves tho bodies of a ' moonshines and his family, who had boon murdered somo llmo ago, near round (Tap, Tcnn. rr.:uKKT DiAr. han declared forfeit ed tho frovemraent contrail with rrllchcr for tho Improvement of the ?F of Coatsceoalcc. Tlio contract or failed to deposit tiro guarantee re quired....

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 August 1892

iMsxaMttmsai trntmisstM O5 o Indian Chieftain. U30 3?ar TM Zn A.dvamoo. PnblltheilThnrtilsr T tlTBIAn ClIIKfTAlX l'UHLIl!IHonOMrAHT, H. xrx)tKK, lliflfor. M. K. JULFORB, MannRC-r. iiS 'VlNlTA, INI). Tun., Aim 25 Hah for tho rain maker I Tin: national pnrty passed reso-' lulions against allotment at its nli nunt convention. t, 'fur. sub-troasury nt St. Louts' pnld 7,000 pension checks Tuosdny, aggregating 8 1G0.000. ir ,. The soldiers nro driving tho cat, tlo from tho strip but nobody ktiowB whoro tlioy are driving tli em to. It has iieen suggested that tlic Nationals nro running tho nation,' nlbeit tho Downings carried thd cloction. Eight weeks from noxt Monddj' and iur Solons will assemble nt Tnhlequah and again start the windmill agoing. Tub beer bill was tho only one of all tho bills affecting this coun try which becrfmo n law during tho last congress. The contest over tho congres sional nomination in the fifth Ar kansas district will bo settled to day at Eureka Springs by a conv...

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 August 1892

HSgaM liWMHu" iiwhiit - rpm!f tt &. (j i'i ...yt'Zudi fc I i i i mi iiMMMiy; Indian Ohiof tain. VinitA, Ind. Tkii , Auo. 25, 1802, Local Railroad Timo Tablqi. MI88QUIU, KAH3A8 A TKSA8. IIOINO OUTi'. No.l.M. K. AT. Kxnress Nu. 8, Hanb'l 8t.I,.&T.l.lr. AHIIIVK 4 :08a. m fliUdp.m tlll'AUT. 4:08.m. 8:S8p.m. OOlHd HOllTII. No. 4, T.St. L. A Itl'bex So. 2, Mo. Ke A Tex x No.fi", freight mil accom A HITX. SiMn.m. I0ilrp. m nXrAUT SiMsm loilnpm ST. I.OU18 A BAN ritAyCISCO ItAlLWAY. noma urn. Ex. St. Tj. toStpalpa Accommodation . .. Attaint. ItiMpm lltlOam. nirHi. 11:40pm. 001110 EAST St. I.ouls expreii . . . Accommodation Through coachee from 8 Alt IVK. 2:60pm DKrAIIT 3.1Srni 8:4nm. Louis to Sapnlpa, YIMTA lllUlttll IllllECTOnr. M fe. Church South -J W McCrarr, pastor I Sabbath school at 10 00 a. m. I preaching at 11 a. m ami 7 p. m prajror meeting erery Wed nesday craning. Communion itiTlce tery first Bandar. Fresbytertan Chnrch. I). N Allen, pas tori preaching, Snudaye at II a. 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. — 25 August 1892

'iV? fffWff.TsflMsfn tiMltMiMiT'llWBKwl mimmtimym"V''mi lr MltHliIIIUUIIIWtf'ftlIWlUMUllJI-IMIIimLllllll iWllllll - ... i-o L-' ' U MtECOCIOUS PAGES. Ittportcnt Aldo-Uo-Oamp of Our National Legislators. Yonnaatere Who Knoir Thnt tho Monn Isn't Mmtn nf rtrren Cheese Maw Thej Atlil Many Dollar to Their Itecnlar Income. (Special Washington tetter.) n a recent conversation with ono of tho piifrcA of tlio hoiito of representa tives I taction Dcqunlntctl with isomo of tho Insldo facts ntioitt llicso Important aldiMlo-cnrnp of our national legisla tors which may bo of soma Interest to my rcadors. These pnffes, who norm to ho con necting Units between t'je members of congress and Uio outslda world, dd not obtain their cnvlnhlo positions In tho employ of Undo 8am without a ffootl ileal of endeavor both by themselves and their parents. Almost dally, from tho dale of adjournment until Decem ber, tho scrfcantat arms Is compelled to listen to an account of Wlllla or Johnnlo, who. In tho opinion ...

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

WA ;mtuwmmMM mmm mmmw- W V a 'MM J ' "BS? .' tf Jt a THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN ! I CirjnBlA.YNTUBLISniNG CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1892, VOL. X. NO. 52. W'JAJSAj ' -- miS3immmatWW mini T-fe ' -S Ttf- 'W,, TWifwr; Hw . i ' ," - ' i is 1 ,. If G .', I, 1 i it i J 1), 6 IHr 1 ft ? rAW-HT COMMENT. Tn . .., . .... j owras gunrus, P 01 the ? VX ,' household, nro to bo tllannnsed "' .th. Tiik Clilnoiro, Japanese, Malays, Klamcsc, Jr-w Zcahindors and tlia North AtmMcan Indians nro nil beardless. v?o hundred business places of San Francisco cloned tho other dny to allow thfclr employes to attend revival scr "'" Thk editor and owner of a. paper In Mexico liavo been arrested ni.d tho editor put In prison, charged with Incit ing rebellion. Hors In Sacramento valley nro threatened with much dauiago rrom a email red spider which ban nppcarcd In largo numbers. Tiiihtv Hebrew families were swindled by n New Jcrhcy rent ostnlo agent, and liavo had nothing but green upplcs to ca...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 1 September 1892

"flQrfrtf lv?: rniierr-. t - ESK85" &TWFfT -t? " i . ' ; V" 0 w"f T'nL ; HHBiwsP .:?'.$SIL .",: -". Lm N r .. H-t A -' Efc m Jtv ': MWBkg Indian .Chieftain? JI.SO Tax- Toar in Jldvano. PnlilltheilTharailara by Iidiax t'TimrTilH I'tflcmUHdCoMrAKT, . M. MARKS, Editor. X. K. MII.rOKH, Manager. Virita, Ind. TKn.,SKrT 1,1802. TEN YEAK3 OF AGE. With this issue Tiik Indian CitfKFTAtfJ closes the lonth year of iU existence anii it is with n feci ing of pardonable prido that wo mako this anniversary announce- mont, For a decade Tub Oiiibftain has been ono of tho in stltutions of tho Chcrokco nation. For ten years it has stood in tho . front rank of progress. It has r,boon n witness to as Well aB a par ticipant in tho most progressive and eventful era in the history of , the Chcrokeeg since their romov al from east of the Mississippi riv- or to tho land they now occupy, and to-day, at the closo of its tenth year, It will bo read by the most intelligent and progressive portion of tho Choro...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 1 September 1892

"1V i - a V"Wfrmzs$&f - pf- m'WFWW" " " "T," ?. -?" e ywr'mwfmi9&r'tTij: mmUm Indian (iiiof tain. I'lNITA, Ind,er'i Sbpt. 1, 1892. looal Ealioad Time Tables. MIMOlTniltANSAS ATEXA8. ItXQ SOOTH to 1, t IC AT Exnren .i, nanu'l 8i'.r kx Aiinivr 4:06.m 8.18i m tiKrAin. I 08a.m. 0 Mp.rn. notRONOftTII. 4.T. 8 rVAIII'bex 'i. Mo KiA Tax ex f o M, frelghtfanfl accom a nirt s Ma m lOilftp. in lima m DUPATIT 8. Mam lo:l6im fiilfmm IT, LOUIS dSAN KltANCISCO ItAHAVAY, ootno wilt l.x at I. toBirmlna liccommodsllon . AI1I1IVK. tl Mpm Uiloam, DtrAIIT. llstovm. ooixo xAr ft I.oaU exnreta t-CUIIIUlllUBIIUn ..... I t Through eoaehee from 81 An lvx. 2 Mpm nxrAiiT .i.iiipm. ailtiim. I-onlito Sapulpa, TIMTA CHUlttlt DIBECTOHf. : M K. Church Bonth --J V McCrarr. PebhatlilclioolatlO 00 a m.i Breadline? at 1 I m anil 7 p m prayer meetlne; eTerj Wed fenlar evening Communion lerrlce every irisannqar. 1'reibrterlan Church. D m.i braTer tneet- hk iuuritiHj- niKiiia. wviiKCCKBtiunBl v.NurcilUBT x BTetto ...

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

iA- aaa EaW "WTO ?TW 5,'3Wii TT, SW?" fr. . f iWWfiiMiUi(vflmimiiM. "&2 .niaBr!" i-njr. ,. ... .. .'W.;- .WSfca-- -ph w W rW ';;'' "' """ T- kl - . -. .-. -t i '" r-a '""'"a t-BBa-P 7 , 1 ' fc """'" &s B''W-'?I" K .',Vl , i m.v 1 USE" m ICttr Sbm1 w mm HRi F'; Bhk- f I Aifft CLAltA MOItltlS. Iftaeoafcrlo Tfamosako of ,n faawus Ahi6rlonn Actroso. t, -n circttnrnnnees WJiimt inrnnii Awlvnt at Wnnlilneton Itoir Sho Wm MMnlbal Hnmlln'i rrlemlslily Her t'rosent Occupation. Jf, f ispcciai wasmnRton i.ciirr. i IreryboJy who has vlsltcil tho cap- 'Maumtiainn'mirtin tua insi uuriy years "mm seen uarn, Morris. To seo iicr onco to remember lior for nil time; for ecccntrlo dress ana quaint tnanncr- , leave an impression not easily Aimxl from tlio mind of any ono of tho Ititudo of slp-lit-secra vuo pas 1' through Washington. Of her 11 rat nnpearnnco at Uio capitol, namt r me i-oj ' ,,tCaft. Bassctt, tlio ci.craMo ottoclio of 1 Tm eate, ha tills to says "Clara Mor- m camo hero from ISow 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. — 8 September 1892

R9ES SESisa "L "W"" WW" r t t Jr THE INDIAN CHIEFT Al JN . CHIEFTAIN 1'UBLISHING- CO. VIN1TA INDIAN TEltlllTOllY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1892. VOL. XI. NO. 1. CURRENT COMMENT. A. twttrAfrs hlch was used by and bo Jonped to Jacques Cnrtlcr In tho years JWI to 1.W1 will lo placed on exhibition bl tlio world's fair. Patihck Hawi.kv died near Wllkca Varre, To., from n rnttlcsnako blto not withstanding tlmt lio drank a largo quantity of whisky. IIkxiiy Haynik, formerly a Chicago 'Journalist, now In Pnrls, lias been dec orated by 1'rcRldcnt Curnot with tlio cross of tho Legion of Honor. Piikriukxt MAKVEr, has signed Iho contract for tlio Inuncdlato construction of tho Cripple Creole (Col) branch, and work will be commencud soon. A HE80I.VTION lo assess tho capital stock of tho Pullman Car Co. nt US.083, 750 has been introduced In tho board of equalisation nt Springfield, 111. FonitAi. orders hnvo, boon given from tho navy deportment tor tlio shipment of four six-Inch guns, wlth their car ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 8 September 1892

snail SfjaluS W-ftf WlWt i""" rtswr-,- T lu SO ' "., ) -, ' Indian Chieftain. 3LSO Tmv 3Tar In. XcVr,ka.oo. PnMIDitrlThnrtiUjr by ltOIJtK C'lllirTAlX I'OHLItlllWaCAMrANTi M.XAKKH, KflllorT " " M. K. MILFORB, Mmis&or. . Vinita, Ind. TEn., Sept 8, 1802. Tile Outlet is said to bo cleared of cnltln. Wito'ix bo tbo first congress man from tbo Indian Territory? The Arkansas state election was lu-ld Monday, giving tbo usual democrntio majority. ConnKTT whipped John L. Sulli van in a prizo fight at New Orleans last night in twenty-ono rounds. Anyone who has failed, nfter a n fair trial, to provo liis citizen nhip is an intruder propor. If 15. 0. Dnudinot takos the stump for the Downing party next year it will bo at a reduced salary. Politics in tlio states is running high, but seem mighty tamo com "pared with Chorokco politics here last summer. Col. Hugh A. Dinsmoke defeat ed Sam Peel for the nomination from tho fifth congressional district of Arkansas. No World's Fair commissioner foi ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 8 September 1892

pi ' ISHlkfcl mlTm Kmmm -., je Indian Ghiof tain. VttiiTA, Ind. Ti:u., Skit. 8, 1802. "Local Railroad Tlmo Tablo. MI3SOUUI, KANSAS A TKXA8. (tOIKII 40UTII. No.l.M. H.ft T. Ktpretf No. , Uanli'lSt L.AT.Kx AKHIVK IsOM.ln fl'Mp m liKrAtiT. 4 :08. m. n:W)i.m ooixo hoiitii. Ko. s, T.8t. Ij ft Ill'bex No." J, Mo. If A Tux ex No.BQ, freight anil accom a iiitk I nxrAtiT Ittim s.Binm ln:IAii. ml 10:llpm :IMi tn. I liilftarn ST. LOUIS A SAN KIIANCIICO UA1I.WAY. OOIKOWIST. Kx. St. Tj toflapula . Accommodation AnnivR. llsMpm UilOam. nxrAHT. 12:IOim nOINOKAST fit. Louis express Accommodation Through coachee from 8 I All IVK. I D 2:&0)m I 8 . Louie to 9a IPAIIT S.nfm 3141IUT1 liim. Ipa, YIMTA iiiimtit IMItrCTOItr. M.K Chnrch South J W McCrary, paslori Sabbath school nt 10:00 m.i preaching at II a. m. ami 7 p. m iirayer meeting every Wed nesday erenlng Commnnlon service erery aretSundar. rretbjlerlan Chnrch. 1 N Allen, pas Ion preaching, Snndaya at 11 a. m. anil 7 p. m.i Sunday school nt 10. 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. — 8 September 1892

"tr u j m fe -rr j i- I i i . r. 'i je A DAniNQ ADVENTURER. Cevpt. William A. Audrows, already tsmous for hi daring adronlurc la mmII boats on tho stormy Atlantic, hoi Ufata oi nail on a novel and infarct hjr rojuffo. He crossed the ocean twice before first hi tho "Nautilus," when ho was nccom pwitod by lilt brother, who has emca 4M, and nffnln In tho "Mormald," both of theso trip bclnjf mado to Land's Und, Mtg lnd. A fow years a(ro ho again at eetiifitod tho lAUsajjo In a boat called Wm "Dark Secret," but, after battling With contrary winds, high seas and ter rlflo storms, ho reluctantly consented to giro up his efforts after a struggle of sixty-two days, nnd returned to Ameri ca on a bark which kindly consented to take him and his sea beaten boat back to Now York. Tho captain Is a very Interesting char acter, lie Is n man of fixed purposes, rery hard to turn from tho object whloh he has In vlow. lie has inado tho sub ject of small boat nailing such a study that he Is prcpaccd to m...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 15 September 1892

UJ s THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TBltltlTORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1892. VOL. XI. NO. 2. eta. " 8 X CURRENT COMMENT. Two Italian recently fired tit the eli.ttio of Garibaldi In New York. They were arrested and fined London's six principal railway line carry annually Over 200,000,000 pcoplo and the tramways about 180,000,000. . TuR northernmost newspaper In tho world Is tho Nurd Knp, published by P, Johansau, nt Hammcrfcst, Norway. AsoTHKn United States cruiser has been ordered to Vcnezuola to protect American Interests during tho revolution SrcmcTAHY Winrr, ot tho stuto board of charities, soys thcro nro somo very bad county jails and almshouses In Illinois. In England they do not chew gum, looking upon tho habit as vulgar Mid low, but tho Australians have already taken kindly to It, and uro indulging freely. An orange fad is among tho ponlbtM tics of tho day. l'rco consumption of tho fruit is said to bo (food for tlio com plcxlon, mid many ladto...

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