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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 24 November 1892

Mji fBA mtmmimimmu uu hww.ii.hwii) ..!, Tniiiiiii iflMiM.-i.li MninMM pw fi O et iv O i r r &. if," tf "!.', rv ' ft. ,& D Indian Chieftain. itr .q. . JUSO Par Taw 2 a Ad-ra.ti.oo. PnhllthtilThnrsiUratlir ItDiAx CmtriAin l'unUiitimiUoxrAXT, niT MARKS, Etilter. ' X. K. MIliFORH, Xanagrr. Vinita, Ind. Tun., Nov. 24, 1892. THANKBOIVINQ. A sweeping niul far-reaching tldo ebbs and finws once a year nt Thanksgiving n beautiful Uilc thnl spreads out nil over lliu coun try carrying good cliocr uml lipp pinetfl into Ihoucands of lonely' homes uml cheering the faithful hearts that may be near the last turn in tho tido of life. Ah, what ft lime fur family reunion. Many nn old homcrfcad will he made glad to-day, " I urn backward. 0, time In your flight," eprlngs to the lips to day, but time makes no rolrogrado movements. We may, however, turn backward the leaves of the record of remin iscence, page by page, till almost the dawn of life bo reached, and to-day is the time and the old homc...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 24 November 1892

vjr CUtfcMtl . . .. i IJ - f-t-r-i If 1! Indian Chieftain. , . .! . P Vinita, Ino. Tbu., Nov. 24, 1892. Local Railroad II mo Tables. 11IMOUII,Ka"n9A8 TEXAS. U01XI tQVTll. .'in. I, M K. A I'. Kxitron Vo. 1, llanuMSt.I. &T.KX I AIIHIVK 4'OHB.m 0iWi.m UKFAtlT. 4;Ufa,in. 0:38)1. m ndixriKAiTli. Jo. 4, T. St t.A IIIMie Ko. !, Mo. Id A Tex ex Mn.M, freight liml accom aiiivk. I nxr-AM SiMa m I SiMl&hi lOiiAp ml 10-if..m (I.IMi m.. n tanm ST. I.OUI8 A SAN F1IAXCI8CO UAIMVAY, ooinn watt. Kx. fit I. to 8Knl( . Accommodation VMiMVK, illillpm I lliloam. nrrA"!. lJ.43m. OOINO KAIT St I .mill express . . , Arenlnmmlallon Through cr aclict from a am ivr. SiSopm lIRPAItT l.aiim. hilMim. touts to Sspolpa, VIMTA til flltll IMUKCTOIIT. r.K Church. Sonth J Vf MeCrnry, pailori Sahhath school at lo 00 n. m.i lireachlnfrnt II Ami 7 p. m i nrayermeetlnit every Weil- voinmnnion aervico every a. m netilay evening. urn similar. l'retbyterlan Clinrch. I) M Allen, pat tor preaching, SnmUya at II a m. '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. — 24 November 1892

hZS1? i ) ' s tii. ..J liXuyJy HWtWWKWWWmilUW H ynpwMinuMi MmiilMVJ$bii$mAtm E&EI . :l te ' fl L.V m, 2V hi " I fi - Christmas Wide Awake. Tha December Wide Awalto Is a Inw Clirhtmas trimbcr nnd has, therefore, tho (nil Christmas flavor, from tho beautiful colored frontispiece that open It to the fantastic flower plcco tlnt emit It TliU frontispiece U a representation of the IcciQuetu In lief grotto, drawn bj Henry Uondhnra to accompany Mrs. Handham't article, "Tho Vagaries of Banta Clans." VTliO Illuocoat School," tho famous Knjrllsh school In wjilch Charles Lamb And other noted iefjjllslimon vrere flu catcd, by Lonlso Imo;ron Gulney, U highly Interesting nnd fully Illustrated by Josopli lVmnall. "Sir. Van CHtt's Case," by William O. Stoddard. To this stronft story succeeds on equally strong Chrlitmas ballad by It Mncdon nld Aldun, "How Lajla Found tho Christ-chiid," beautifully Illustrated by Merrill. Tho new serials that commenco In this Christmas number nro of unusual excell...

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 December 1892

vg'flai mkm.m&3mut wmmm mm p 3T t c'TS'jc'"' ir o r- CfflEFTAIR THE IN DI AN c .K.vi.r CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INDIAN TERUITORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1892. VOL. XI. NO. 13. mi jIBPBEv CURRENT COMMENT. Chicago pollco stntlonn arc to be equipped wlih bicycles, no that hurried call may bo attended to. As Indiana coon recently sent to Mr. Clovclnnd hns been presented to tho Now Yorlc zoological menagerie. The SpnnhJ cabinet has decided to osk to cortcs foi vtKO.OOO for tho Span Inn exposition at tho world's fair at Chicago. Tub discovery has been mado that the wheat crop of Minnesota and tho Dakota Is many millions of bushels shove estimates. Miss VntnistA TiiunMAN, daughter of Allen W. Thurman and granddaughter of Allen () Thurman, has been mar ried to Kclley Cole, of Now York. Tun Mexican chamber of deputies has approved tho contract for tho establish ment of a steamship lino between Lon don, Antwerp and tho Mexican gi f port. , Tiik shopkeepers of Lisbon havo de cided 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. — 1 December 1892

IdffT WV J'Eag! tMfitmtgttf n A frmmimiti mmiivimmimmi'm r-.vnt mmi r- mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm O f fc.tf I ii. i i i :? u fl r rv 1 1 Indian Chieftain. 91.33 3r TTr Za JkcLvaxxoo. rnbllihnThimctnj bj Indian CmirTAIn l'oiiLianiiKiCnurARTi M. M. MAKKH, Kdltsr. t M.E.MII.FORt), Manager. VtKiTA, Imd.Teii., Dec. 1, 1802. Giyr. us home men for homo of-ficed,-)lth no foreign jurisdiction. An exchnngo pays ''law is pup rcme when it tries". Now lot's sec it try. Tlio nnmo of Ourllrothor in Red is to ho changed to that of The In diun MethodiBt. Tub Australian bnllot would bo n gravid thing to have about next Monday in Vinitn He who cxpoctt) to build up by tearing Another down alwuys ineelii with disappointment. The comot is coming but will not strike Vinitn but a worso thing may, about Monday. It is thought the commissioners who came to investigata the in truder question went nway with n fair understanding of the status hero, and will report to congress accordingly. The senato coni.nilteo visited Ta...

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 December 1892

1 Indian Chieftain. Vinita, Ind. Teh., Dec, 1 , 1802. Local Railroad Time Tables. .MIS30UHI, KANSAS A TKXAB. ' ' ' dOINd SOUTH. tfn. t,M, K.AT. mtiretf Vo ..I.Hanli'lSt.L.ftT.Kx AitnivK 4:08a. m 8:8mi.m iiKrAni. 4:08a.m. 0:88p.m. nolun notiTH. So. 4, T. St.Ii.A lll'bex No. I. Mo. Ke & Tax ex Ho.iw, freight anil accom ARITE. 8 .Ma m. 10:1ft p. m ;Ha m. DXrART ft :11.1am 10:15pm Oilftam ST. I.OUI8 A SAN ritANCISCO ItAIMVAY. nomii west. Ex. St ! toflspulpa Accommodation AHJira. llilSpm MilOam. DtrAIIT. 11:40pm. IIOIMO (AST I AH IT.. ( DXrART St. Ijonla express I 2:60pm. I 1.21.m. Accommodation I ... . a:IMm. Through ooacheafroruSI, Jxolsto Sapalpa, TIXITA CIIUIUII DtnEtTORT. M.K. Church Sooth J W MeCrarjr, peetori jebhath school at 10.00 a. m.' preaching at II a. m. and 7 p. m pTayer meeting eery Wed nesday arentng. Communion service etery tret Sunda. Presbyterian Chnrch. D. N Allan, pas. tori preaching, Anndajra at II a. m. and 7 p. m.i Sunday aclioni at 10 a. m. prayer meet lag 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. — 1 December 1892

WllMMfrtt && MflfJfWt i a up a) )p tv w Atrfet-l'MW')tAlft-JrF'WU'l'' ' ! ""- A. s-p - o w3I3' mM&mmmtmmmmmmKmmmmmmmtmHMmmmmmttmMmmtmKKKmmmtKHnHmmKtmmKttMmmmtmmitmttmmtmmHnwHmtKi t N.il it .lit.tjrn fif llnrmii Nuliifr. ''Have yon ftnytMnr rtcntatirt becottv Injf lit votta?" laiiulrctt tho young troinrn. "Wo liixti inattna," briskly answered the ailcamau, liltxlliifr out several am pie of a, Uile't, hears pattern. "These, I think, will atiUhdmlraMy." It thl nhouUl nwel tho eye of Mr. Kpolcaati, nontor proprietor of Spotcash & Co. 'a dry goods emporium, It may help htm to understand liotv he emtio to lose lho trade of the wealthy and oris lojratle Mtai I'laynoface, Chicago Tribune. ronr Work In IJrc" A arlos of 13 articles by successful men In in many pursuit Is onu of tho many tlronfr arciips of nrtlolcs which nro an. uniiiiooil in The I'miM's OtarwaKw for 1SIO Tliollrm Decd t Krcr Haw" IHlio topic of ancthVfitcrieslij United Blatrsdcncrali I ho prospsKus for tho com...

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 December 1892

iWi sswtwga isS K rj"1 r, ' ,w ii CHIEFTAIN. THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY, TIIUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1892. VOL. XI. NO; 14. i nwwi"', .MRHhVkV THE MESSAGE. Prcsldont Harrison's Communica tion to ConjfroBa. If. Believes Tnrltr Revision Hhould II. Left to til. Next Congress A General He view of ths Conditio i of the Country The Treasury. WAsniNaTOM, Deo. . Iloth houses of congress wcro presented with the pres ident's message on nsscmbllng to-day. As will bo seen It Is devoted, In addition to tho usual revlow of oxccutlvo woik, to a consideration of tho effect of tho changed political conditions on the com mercial and financial business of tho country. Tho messngo as read Is as follows: To tli. Sonata and Itouso of Representatives! In submitting my annual rncssags to congress, I hr great satisfaction In being able to say that tho general condition affecting tho com mercial and Industrial Interests of the United Stales are In the highest degree favorable. In...

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 December 1892

mmmmtmm 4 i U toi IM I I i' Indian Chieftain. tU8Q Tmx Taa.x In. JL'dv-uana. rnhllthilThnriix by IKOIAK ClIIKrTAtK rORLlFUIIHuCOM. AKT, W. M. MAKRS, Editor. X. K. M1LF8RD, Manager. VlNJTA, Ind. Tkii., Dkc. 8, 1892. Cot. II. it. Ilunruni) will ngnln represent tlio Cherokee Citizenship Rseocinliun boforo congress. Tiik peoplo asked council to pass an anti-monopoly bill nnd tlioy did ho. What ol80 is wanted. The sennto ennnot ttust Chief Harris nnd Chief Harris will not trust tho senate find, ain't it? Mn. Ci.RVKf.AND'fl pprsinunous will not bo ripo until next spring, so what's the uso of sonmibling for 'em now. Council has abolished tho offlco of revenuo collector. But how is tho nation to recover tbo money already collected and not turned in? A "stkino" ol resolutions havo been sent up to tho council from Cowekin prairio, in lino with thoso sent from Vinita. Moro traitors," chi Thomas M. Gunteii, cx-con-gressman, of Fayettevilio, Ark-, is an applicant for tho position of United State...

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 December 1892

r 1 Indian Chieftain. .1. raj VlNtTA, IND. Tutt. Dec. 8. 1802. Local Railroad Time Tabloi. MISSOUIll, KAN?AS A TKXAC noma joutm. AlllllVK IIKPA11T. fu. I, t. IC. A T. Kinrets 4:08. m Sn. -I, llanli'l 8t.L AT.Kx I -Mi.m noisii xonm. 4:ona.m. BiMp.m. Anirx 8:Me.m. lOilftp. m BiHa rn. DKPAIIT loilApm nilAim .So. , T. St L.ft lll'bex Sn. J, Mo. Kt. A Tx ex Sn,M, fmlghl wnil aceom ST. LOUIS A BAH FIIANCISCO ItAIl.WAY, " auiifci trtii, AIUITK,TDtmilT. Kt. St I,. toSapnlpa . Accommodation lliUpm lliloam. llHOpm. OOlKd KAIT IAH IVK. I DirA'IT tiMpm.l l.ni-m. . ..' , Dii.ijim, Tnrongh coaches from at. Ionlito Sapnlpa, TIMTA CHUIItll DIRKCTOnr. M.K Church Sonth J W McCrTy, paslori Sablialti school at 10.00 a. m.t prcaclilnx t 11 a. m. anil 7 p. m prayer meeting eeryWn! neeilay atoning, Commnnlon aerrlce every Urst Bandar. Presbyterian Chnrcli. I) N. Allen, pec tori preaching, Snmltja at II a. m. and 7 p. n.l Bnmlay school at 10 a. m. prayer meet ing Thursday nlghta. Congregational Church Iter...

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 December 1892

n i wmmmmmmmmmmm a w IWaaawia,aMaawaaaaBa,aaajw,MaMaauaaaaBaaaaaMMaMaa ' " K o v I . o iv & A Ctillrt Rnjnya Tlt plensant flaror, rrenlla nrlldn and aeoth. Jntr effect of Hjnip of Firm, when In need of it Jnxnt vo, Mid If tlio lather or mother be .sostproor bilious, thn most trrnllfylna; milt follow Its tine; co tint It U tlio beat family romody known and crcrr family rJiould liavo n bottlo. m Y6t cannot expoot n tniin to keep an un moved fnco whin lio lot bis countenance fall. Wn6 rrntiis with lilt liver, constipation, lilllona Ills, poor blood or Mtzlnnss tnko Jlcccham'a rills. Of druggists. 83 ccnU. A TntMr 1 nltvnya witling to receive n cold shoulder, but bo prefers a porterhouse. Ulnclnimton Itopubllonn. Sirs. Sarah Jfiifr Of Minneapolis. " I was for n long tlmo n sufferer from Fomnto Woaknoss Mid tried many remedies and physicians, to no Twd purpose. Ono bottle of Hood's Sarsapa- rllla mndo so great n dlflercnco In my condition that I took thrro bottles mora and found myse...

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 December 1892

rJ THE INDIAN CHIEFTAIN lJr- ' ,y CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA INDIAN TERRITpRY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1892. VOL. XI. NO. 15. '-- r ) rV -- I 2BK : ii( Ko 7 J CURRENT COMMENT. Gkn. Dvnr.NFOitTil professes to havi implicit faith In his rnln producing ef forts, but It ts tiotlceablo that ho novel carries an umbrolla along When ho ll making n deluge Jat OofLO'd original Intention wni to bo n country editor, but ho finally selected another road by which tc reach tho Immcnso fortune which he had In view from tho beginning of hli career. Tiik secretary of tho trcosury ha In formed tho Bpcakcr of tho house that tho deficiencies of tho government foi tha current fiscal year aro estimated at f 14,030,829, of which f 10,800,000 is on ac count of pensions. SiitE. Watiuns, the railroad magnate, Kays tho most costly plcca of railway ltno in the world Is that between the Mansion houso and Aldgnto stations In Iiondon, which required tho expcndl tnro of closo upon 110,000,000 a mile. M. MAmso.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. — 15 December 1892

MtomnlMrr.1 ) - I i Ci Uti 1 I i IS a Indian Chieftain. $UVO Yaw Xr In, JLAtraHjaaa. rtlti(! ThnrxUri by Insiak CmarTAtn Frjar.ttHtiinCoMi'AHY, . X. MARKS, Mftor. M. K. MILFORU. Manager. VimitaV Ind. Ter., Deo. IB, 1802. Tkr man with a petition is abroad in the land, but qtiito harm less at present. It is not probablo that any leg islation will bo achtoved in con gress until after the holidays. Council will hold an txtra scs sion, but thoro will probably bo nothing extra about it, savo timo. Undku tho now pormit law we, it seems, aro to givo heads of fam ilies a monopoly of permitted la bor. It is thought all tho territories except tho Indian Territory will ask for admission into tho union next year. Yes, tho Daltons woro deputy mashals of tho Fort Smith court, but the Chcrokco nation had no hand in making thorn such. Whatever Vinita wants sho will havo to hustle out and get without help, No favors need bo expected for this town or tho dis tricts in which it lies, from any source Ch...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 15 December 1892

r ; Indian Chieftain. Vinita, Ind. Tek., L)ko. 15, 1802. Local Railroad Time Tablet. MISSOURI, KANSAS A TKXAS. AOIN'I SOUTH. No.l.M. IC. AT. KtiitcM No.S, Hanb'ISt.L.AT.Ex A1IIIIVK 4:Mn.in :38ii. m PKrAIIT. 4:06. In. rj:!h)p.rn. OOIKO NOntll. Ke. 4.T. St.t.ft lllbe Ko.3, Mo. K. A Tex ex No., freight and accom aiiuk. I in-ranT SsMa.m. s:!V)am 10:111 ji. ml 10:ISim 0:1: m. I aiHam T.tljQVt A SAN rnANCHCO KA1LWAY. ' OOIKO (Till. Ex.'St. Ti. to8apnlia Accommodation AltllVK. Ili43im lliloam. uepaiit. 12:40im. UOlKOKiST. I An IT. I DltPAItT 3:W(itn. "i.aiem. .. Sit.liim, Through eoaebes from St. Lonlsto flapnlpa. TIXITA CnUlttll DIHECTORT. M.K.Chnrch flonth J.W HcCrarjr, pastori Sabbath school at 10:00 a. m.t preachlnirat 11 a. m. unit 7 p. m.i prayer meetlnaeeery Weil null; evening. Communion ttr-lce eyerjr IrttSandar. rresbjrterlan Chnreh. 1), N Allen, pas ten preaching;, Bandars at II a. m. and 7 r. m, Snndajr achoolat 10 a. m. prayer-. Inf Thursday nights. Congregatlonr Clinrch Her. F...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 15 December 1892

iliiMEgiiKtSl i iiiimiuiiiii -nmummMMMMMMMMr mm 3 niHwnaim P '.' T IN 1 1 i r i .j-f i -I - 5 j ii o U i ,v ik u h U h ,'i ft Xr. Kat'fd Jf. Jbrdcm Of Edmeslon, N V "Fourteen yearn ago I bad an attack of the Frarol, and havo alnco been erriously troubled with my liter anil kidneys Three years wro I fotdowttBOIowthallrmitiliMiirrrlrtrnllc. looked mora llko n corras than a ll1ncr being. I had .110 appetite and for flro weeks I nle nothing tin I cruel. Had rio mora color than n marble tunic. A'ter I had taken 3 tattles Ot HOOtl'S NltSMAUIM,A I could eat anythlcff without d!lrr Why, I Rot to hungry that 1 had to cat times a day. Jhiio now fully recovered, I reel svcll nntt nm welli All who know mo marvel." D. M. JonDAK, retired farmer, Kdmcaton, N Y. Hooo-8 PllLearethobcstaffir-illnncrrilla. Ss OKTI5 EJNJOYS Both tlio method and results when Byrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho tasto, und nets f entry yet promptly on tho Kidneys, liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sy...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 December 1892

i flo & j iv - ., CHIEFTAIN. INDIAN c-u u h v -i ,r CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1892 VOL. XL N0.1S. Mi. THE IIBd h J 'r -.irfijPi & rxJ' 11 wmu r sKfirfTlzr'" wn$??mmn OlinlSTMAS l'AHTY, and, na doubt, A loaded Christ-mas-trees I And girls end boy ' f--M -W "" wl" "" . " noise: What do they want with meT And yet her little friendly note Declares Ihrlce underlined I mtut not fa.IL Well, well, I won't! Sho'l llfrays aweetand kind. Now, lat mo see. I had not tbouchl Upon lay wurdrobo's state; I mum loo tin tat evening vest Ay Jorel (t'a rattier lata To rummage ftr a satin tie And nab out glow to mutch. ' Great Seoul my beat shirt's at tha wash. And tbla one needs a patch. ril thread a needlo-lt I ran (I am tlio man w8o tragi Of slnglo bltsseducsst) and ice . . It I tnn't mend these rocs. ! This thread's too coarse; or else, perhaps, My needle la too slim. The lght Is poor or It may be My sight Is getting dim. Why were men's fingers ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 December 1892

u.MMIMUUJjg ffls i HaWaWialMl lllll HI IHf SUM IIM iliilMIMIWWI I HH I "up t--iMjinwwpp(wp II 1 fk y n'i .. 'i iipiaiaaiiaMlpSlliaSppaSjSWassailawW iii,Lnm.ni mm r. j ,M - i S" $ 0 ft !,k , 1, nl J M I 'i i s Sii u r Mo l n Indian Chieftain. IpUSO 3PHf Yaar Za JLiranoa. rtOiihd Thnriur br, Tm CHlirrAiu runLHnmo CoxrAXT. . M. HARM, Mlton X. K. XILFOXD, XaMffcr. VixitA, Ind.Tkr., Dko.22,1802. MMtRT CHRISTMAS. Christmas-time in hero again, the greatest of all the fcstlvnls, bo cause it is tho only holiday which the wholo civilized world observes. "Peace on earth, good will toward men," is no longor local, nor is It only national, but universal. It marks tho anniversary of tho di rect revelation or God's interest in and love and caro of tho human race. Tho birth ol Jesus Christ was the grandest event of nil the centuries. No wonder tho world with one accord sings out its glad hoe annas, and celebrates with won derful unisanco the coming of tho Lord. But ahl may tho effort to celobrato 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. — 22 December 1892

:,"&&- V S Indian Chieftain. Vinita, Ind. Tku., Ukc. 22, 1892. yLocal Railroad Time Tables. MI3SOUIII, KANSAS A TrfXAa. oomo south. No. I,M. K.AT. Kxprcse No. .1, llanu'lSt.-.AT.Kjs OOlltcl NORTH. Aklll, I DKIMRT 8iMa m. R:A1nrn 10:lnp. m I 10'IAHn n:Pn tn. I fiil.Mim Kb. 4.T. M.T..A lll'bex No, , Mo. Kt. A Tex x Ho.M. freight anil accom ST. LOUIS BAN F11ANCI3CO IIAIMVAY. OOlKO tTKST. """ AltllVK. lliim 11:10am. Kx. SI I. to8amlo . Accommodation niti'AHT. UiOpm CJOIKO Kilt. Alt IVK. liiBOpni 81. Lonli express.. . . Accommodation naiMiiT V'iAm. mi.'.tim. Through coaches from St I-Onlsto Sapalpa. TIMTA CIIUHtll DlllKCTOIir. M.lt.Chnrch Ronth J.W.McCrarjr, paslori Sabbath school at 10:00 n. m.i tircechliiR at II a. m. ami 7 p. m prayer meeting every IVeil nesilar tenlng. Commnnlon aervlce ererj SritSantlar. FresbTterlan Church. O N Allen. pas tori preaolilna:, flumlajra at II a. m. and 7 p. m.i Sunday school at 10 a. ra.i prayer meet lng Thursday nlxhta. Congregational Chnrch I...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 December 1892

ywffwffnjfifflsss 17 sjB-nt 4., . J L V J i f, J.! '( Wow's IMsl W Oh Hundred Dollar Retra for My e9 of Catarrh that can not fee rag1 br Ha'J'a CnUrth Ouro. F. J. Ckbkbt Co.j Props., Toledo, O. "We, tktindorTirnei, have known F. J, Oaenoy for the last 15 ycsrs, nnd bellove him perfectly honorable la all business transactions and financially ablo to carry Mil any obllfc-.llons made by their firm. Wet Trnnx, Wholesale Druggist, To lode, 0., W aiding, Ktnnsa &HarvIn,Wbol Ala rurit, Toledo, O. , Haifa Catarrh Curo It UVcn Internally, anting directly upon tlio Mood and mucous surfaces of tbo system. Frlco, 75o per bot tfc. Hold by all Druggists. Tcstlmonlala fre , Talk about your transformations! Wo save aren nnquoro man turn round. Yonk era (Statesman. Helpl Rplpl How often has tho cry been uttered in vain I Butthcrols belp for sufferers from ilTcr complaint and constipation, those ex coedlnely prevalent dliordcra. Acoursoot Hosteltcr's Stomnoh Bittern will completely removo tliem. ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 29 December 1892

THE -INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. 9 5 CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TEIililTORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1892 VOL. XI. NO. 17. . , 1 feiirtk m CttXfr 'jy Yk o o n u y n, oia Year! We hare 1ot1 theo veil, Though thy skies were cold and rrrAY. Though otl we have a 1 b h o ft o'er ur near ones tauen awajr. Ihou hist brought us atrenzth for the dally Uslr, Thou halt Bhown m gleams of light, Thou hast brought us near aomo trlendamnjt dear, and glren us "aenga In the night" tho hours of thy life are numbered now, And wo loole with food regard Dn all tho pleasure thy days have brought, And forget what we fouud so hard. It Is erer so, when wo reach tho end, And the pressure of work Is o'er, hat wo gather our sheaves aid count our Bains. And remomber our toll no mom We know thou art bringing us sifts. New Year, Of wealth, of pleasure, of rest, And our hearts best high as thou drawest nlgb, For wa hope aaldnlro thy best Dut, ah, -of sorrow, of waiting, of los, Thou bast also a hidden store! God...

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