The Indian Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 4, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 27, 1894 Page: 1 of 4
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VINITA INDIAN TERRITORY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1894.
VOL. XIII.-NO. 4.
Whip and Spur and Frantic Efforts PAIL in HEADING OFF the MODEL. No back seat goes with us. We are out for the race of our
life and nothing can prevent VICTORY from perching on our banners. Our greatest success made to look like variest child's-play in the
light of recent achievements. LOWER PRICES BETTER GOODS and greater inducements than were ever before known' are the lucky
talismans that PUSH US TO THE FRONT.
They are all here and to look at them you would surely buy one. You can't help you can't refuse to buy one of these suits at prices
never heard of before. Now is your time while the stock is complete. All the sizes are here; styles and shades to suit most anyone. Our
line of boys' and children's suits is complete with all the latest novelties of the season; all fresh and new and this season's make. No old
stuff or old styles that you see in some stores.
WE ARE NEW OUR GOODS NEW OUR PRICES NEW. SOMETHING UNKNOWN TO THIS VICINITY!
And entirely new and new customers are what we are after gaining daily as you will stay with us after trading once at our establishment.
Local Railroad Time Tables.
Ml taUUltl KANSAS A TKXAS.
Ni 1 M. II. X I Kxpress .
No Hannibal St. I.. AT. Kx
No. 37 Freight mi J Accommodation
:') p in
No. Mo. K & Texas exprc.s .
o.t. Tat. HI. I. A Hannibal Ex
No M freight ami accommodation
I0..V4 a m
ST. I.OU18 A SAN KIIANCISCO RAILWAY.
Ex 81 I. toSapulpa
AHIIIYB. I DII'AHT
St. LauIi express l:Wm. J"r'"-
Aecomn4ouaiion i .... . i f.
Through TOMBes from ot. ixjuisio animits.
rl.tlTA Clllllllll IMIlrCTOUV.
l K Uiurcli south II U.areathouiepailor-
iabbatli school at 10.00 a. m. imaehlnKat H
a. ra and 7 p. m prayer meeting every ed-
nesday evening '.ommunlon itivlce every
rreabyterlan Uiureh-8 A Caldwell pas-
Ion presetting Sundays at 11 a m. and 7 p.
m.l Sunday acboolatlua. ra. prayer meet-
UK Tliurtday nlghtt. ... ....
Congregational Cliurcli-llev. A W Illshop.
Piston services every Sunday at 11 .":";'
1 p. m.i Sunday School at 10 a. m.l Christian
Kndcavor Society. 4 p m.i l'rayer meeting
tvery Wedntiday evening.
Ilsptlst church. -Ilev A Carlin. l'tor
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.W l m Sunday
achool lo a. ra. l'rayer meeting Wednesday
W.O. T V. Meeta every Wednesday at 1
a'clock p. in.
I'ltlALl'lllAN I.OHGK No 11 K.
of l'. sleets every luesdsy evening
)i) In their cattle hall at 7'3u. Vljlllnr;
Tim ghtain goou etanuinginvii.v4.
' " J. It SiiaaiiAN 0 C.
K. U. Landrum. K of It. andH.
VIMT.VT.ODOK NO 5. A. K. A. !
Meeta In Mssonlo Hall the flrat and
third Saturday night In each month
Will meet evrry Saturday during the
month ending April II.
OLlVku lUuiir V. M.
T. I nurrimiTOK Sec.
VINITA LODOK. NO. 18. 1 O.
O r. iiieetsjlnijlispnlejialtsni
Monday nightBtftacIT wesarat'
tr ..... D..I.
... .-. . . r . ... . ..-
I'URITY ClIArrKU O K. 8.. meeta In Sla-
lonlo hall drat and tlilrl llmrtday In each
month at 7 iJo o'clock i m
ANalit) ULIKKiCALKa XT. U
HiaacoA M. 8f aik Seo'y
WOODMAN OK TIIK WOIII.U. meet aec
ond and fnurth 'Ihnradaya In each inoiitti In
VT. Y Waud C C
J. 8. IiAVKKroiiT Clerk.
Jamra Kgau and Mat llanklna each
had atray horae nutlcta In
of AuiuitMi on theUth Sir. Hgan
found 3 horaeti Mr llawklnt found
I lioic (all they had loat).
THE LESSON TAUGHT
U that you can hunt Lortra cheaper
and mora auccenfully
in this Banner
Than you can n any other.
ri Nnllco of M) word two
a- wrem loroucenia
In the V H. Commlialoner'a Court at Vlnlla
In the Flrat Judicial lilvliloii of the Indian
0. O lllll. dfiplJo
The defendaMru. U WMVI warned to ap-
pear In ihlaaixH wlWn rhlityiUyi and an.
paarin muina nwnin"l' ""
U tba CMMMH v plalnllg
V " ' T J.
Be)!. 8 i VHI U 8. Com
J WORKING 'SUITS
THH NEWS OP TUB COUNTRY.
Gatnorod From Many Sourooo
Ohlofly our Exohangos
J. J. McKoin of tho Quapniv
niisfion school tins boon trans-
ferred to tho Albuquorqiio Indian
I' U. Ioomis prnnd clinncollor
of tlio Knights of Pythias of Kin-
snu died on tho Mill at Galena his
Henry Polron son of tho Into
Dr. Poison of South went City was
iiiarrird recently to Miss Mamie
A railroad is being talked of to
connect the Peoria mines seven
miles northwest of Seneca with tho
Frisco railway at that point.
Democrat: Sunday word camo
to Chotoim that Marion llolderman
had attempted suicide by taking
poison. Dr. Hoon was called and
applied tho "pump" and left him
in a fair way to recover.
Mih. J. T. Adams of Neosho
thus ndvoitises: "A lady of 52
years possessing some property
desires the address of somo elderly
gentlomaii who has a good hnmu.
Best references given and required.
Triflcrs not answered."
Tho Delaware grand jury failed
to find an indictment against Jim
Veargainlast wtok for killing Hill.
1 hero was no oviuonco to prove
that Yenrguin did the killing al-
though tho body will found about
109 yards from the latter's houso.
In Flint district
k place at
while IhouicauSe o
was not Mated it
is thoucht to
havo originated from a drunken
row. liuth are Indians.
John Poyntor aged 22 was hung
at Ft. Smith last week for tho
muider of two young men in the
Ciioctaw nation Deo. 20 1801.
They woro roturniiiK from Toxas
and brought Poyutur along at his
' Hfilipttiittnn. tlinv iinvlnir nil r.
peiibes. Ho murdered them for
their team and was arrested a day
or two later at MaAlcstor.
Oh what's tho use? Demooratic
Popuhft and Hnpubllcan local pa-
per are chewing tho rag about po-
litical IssuoB and especially about
their respective candidates pro
nndcon.nn though they woro all
worked up ovor It. What's it lo
you follows? Unless you aro pot-
ting more out of this campaign
than wo aro you havo got a mighty
poor job. Seneca Dispatch
S.W CityKntorprlso: Thehoavy
rain last Friday icht caused tho
pooplo on tho reunion groundato
do some tail hustling Tho rain
caused the creek to ovenlow its
banks and the water rushed down
through tho low places on the
ground ami caught many of tlio
people ndup in their tciiti. Hnr-
lioss food and oven soma wearing
oppnrel was washed away and ono
MODEL CLOTHING STOR
Leaders of Low Prices and Outfitters for All Mankind.
wagon was carried down and
lodged near tho mill. Consider-
able excitement prevailed for some
timu but help arrived and thn-o
who were so unfortun tto as to be
located in tho low ground were all
carried to places of safety.
A man named Watts a night
watchman at tho Southwest City
distillery went ho no ono morning
last wook and engaging in a quar-
rel with his wife shot her twice
with a pocket revolver. He than
ran away but was arrested be'ore
noon. Watts was an inmate of the
asylum a year ago but returned
homo in April. Tho woman is se-
verely wounded but may recover.
Out at Pitwhuska a man from
tho states proposed organizing a
society known us tlio Golden Rule.
After tho houso had been called to
order a sham fight wr.s engaged in
during which revolvers loaded
with blank cartridges cut an im-
portant figure. When the supremo
house cleaner had carried out thir-
ten loads of smoko a.id an inven-
tory could ho taken tho "tender-
foot" was missing. Osage society
was too lively for him.
Afton Herald: Dopuly Mar-
shals Tool and Morrow at l airland
had quite an exciting time the
othor day. Thoy saw a man for
whom thoy had a writ and pro-
cecded to swoop down upon him
but tho individual wIhho name is
Charley Donncll caught them in
the act and sailed away Tlio olli-
cors gave cluiso firing at tho fugi-
tive as thoy went. About fiftoon
shots woro llrod and Mr. Dunnoll
divested himsolf of his mrplus
clothing and finally dismounted
and escaped on foot. Tho mar-
shals gathered up Donuell's horse
and saddle anat gun and tobacco
and lotuniou to town.
Pnigross: A man by tlio namo
of Herman died vory suddanly at
the edge of Claremoro near tho
Valloy road laot wesk. He with
another man ounio to our city a
short tiiMM ag.i all their belongings
consisting of a hurfloand road cut.
Thoy worked on our etroots soveral
days when Herman's partner went
to work fur George v. Eaton on
his farm while ho worked at any-
thing lie could get to do camping
on a straw lied in tho woods. Ho
had boon complaining to coino of
tho neighboring campers for some
time ot not fooling well and on
Monday evening ho wout to a
neighboring camp saying he had
hid ft. chill that day taking soino
suppor with them. The campers
shortly afterward loft for town
and when they roturned fuund him
dead on his hod of straw. It is
supposed that ho died of a congest.
lvo chill. Ho was uuriod next
day. Ho wan from Gormany ami
tho only relative that ho is known
to Jiaq In thi country Is a brother
who livos in Salt Lake City.
Mnj. Fitzpatrick of Halloa Kan.
administrator ol tho ostato ol Col.
Win. A. Phillips was In our city
this wook and purchased ol Dr. J.
0. llushyliuad a putt Interest in Mb
slono quarry on tho Strip
. S. Wimer Proprietor.
THE FAMOUS GROCERY
Still leaiU tho Von and c.itifcs its many customers to
rejoice for the goods sent from its doors aro invariably
JUST AS REPRESENTED.
If you are not a customer of tho FAMOUS lose no time in
looking up its standing.
T. F. THOMPSON & BRO.
Aflotlier Pel' Capita Distilllou!
Not of Strip Money But of Merchandise
' At Chouteau Ind. Ter.
I have bought frum eastern markets a well
selected stock of
Especialy Ladies Dress Goods and Trim-
mings Ribbons Htc. We also carry the
popular line of
W.L. Douglass and A. Priesmeyer shoes and
Geisecke boots also W. A. Orr Shoe
Co's. line of Children's
OUR STOCK OF
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Always complete. In fact our stock is complete
in all lines. All bought for spot cash and at
the lowest prices and we offer to the cash
trade special inducements iirYvay of
price and courteous treatment.
We solid your paronage. 0 HA. X DEN.
Nor must you pay exorbitant prices to
keep you from Etarving.
"Uini-ba lad. Tor.
Lime Brick and
Harness and Saddles.
Fine Dress : Suits
THE NATION'S TREASURY
Sorxfo Flguros Showing Ita Prosont
The Oolil Itreerre Steadily Cllmblnc l'p
Fulllue; Oft of Itecelpta In September
Owing to the Withdrawal ot
Whlikr (ram Hood.
The Gold lleaerre.
Waitisotojj Sept. 15. Tho net cash
in tlio treasury at the close of business
yesterday was 8127102441 of which
f.V3049S24 represented the gold reserve.
The gold rcserro has been steadily
climbing upward for tho past month.
On August 8 U cached its lowest point
in the record of the department 852-
189500. Since that data it has In-
creased almost 85000000 and iho in-
crease has largely allayed tho fears of
the treasury oftlclals. During the past
neck It has increased over 81100000.
This Increase is accounted for by the
surrender of gold voluntarily by tho
banks and its exchange for small
notes. During tho past week 8210000
have been so exchanged. The balance
of the Increaso is due to the purchase
of bullion at Helena Denver and Char-
lotte N. P. The largo increase In tho
output of gold in Colorado and Mon-
tana piles up the gold reserve as it
finds Its way directly to tho assay
oQlccs of tho government.
Washisoton Sept. 17. The revenues
of the government have fallen almost
813000000 during tho first fourteen
days of this month as compared with
tho last half of August. Tho receipts
from customs for tho first fourteen
days of tills month amounted to 8V
227000 (in round numbers) against SO-
JjO.OOO for the last hajf of August
while tho receipts fromTintcrnat reve-
nue were but 82202000 compared with
S20C34O00 for the latter half of August.
Tho lo&s is due to tho enormous sums
paid on whisky withdrawn for consump-
tion just before tho new tariff act In-
creasing tho tax from 00 cents to 81.10
pcrgallonwcntlntooffect. The receipts
from Internal revenuo for the first four-
teen days of tho month dwindled to
82037000 about 8450000 below tho
normal and were not counterbalanced
by an luereuso In tho receipts from
customs duo to heavy Importations un-
der tho reduced rotes immediately fol-
lowing the enactment of tho new law
the customs receipts Increasing only
about 13000000. Tho receipts from In-
ternal revenue nro now confined al-
most entirely to tlio tax paid on beer
cigars cigarettes and tobacco and
average nlout 8-50000 per day while
for July and August when so much
whisky was being withdrawn thoy
averaged over 81000000 dally.
It Is not expected tho receipts from
the tax on alcoholio spirits will reach
normal again. before January 1. ISM.
This will havo' tho effect it is believed
of keeping tho receipts ot tho treasury
down to about two-thirds of tho nor-
mal or In other words to about 822-
000000 per month until January 1.
Tltis estimate leaves out of account auy
large increase In tho importations aris-
ing from tho operations of tho new
tariff law. Tho expenditures have
averaged about $34000000 but without
the sugar bounty whtelt is now a thing
of tho post thoy will be reduced to
about 841000000. Tor tho next four
months it is estimated that tho receipts
will bo about 884.000000 and tho ex
penditures about 81? l.OOQ.OQfS
I'olnt au llc. an annex of Murray
bay the well-known summer report
about 70 tulles below cjuebec was de-
stroyed by lire at a low of 900000
COL. LAWLER CHOSEN.
The National Encampment Chaoses New
Commander-in-Chief The lleeolntlon
Adopted Tho Next Meeting Will lie at
PlTTsntmoii Pa. Sept. 14. Tho con-
test for commander-in-chief of tho O.
A. It. ended yesterday morning when
Col. Thomas O. Lawlcr of Rockford
I1L was by a majority of cloven votes
elected over Col. I. N. Walker of In-
dianapolis Ind. The closeness of the
vote was a surprise to both victor and
defeated. It took forty-five minutes
to cast and count tho ballot of 049 dele-
gates. Then Commander Adams an-
nounced that the vote stood: Lawlcr
330; Walker 310 the Illinois man win-
ning by the narrow margin of eleven
votes. As soon as the election was an-
nounced peals of applau v. rang through
the opera house. When some semblance
of quiet was restored Col. Walker with-
drew his name and the election of Col.
Lawlcr was made unanimous. In a
brief speech tho new commander-in-chief
thanked his supporters and said
he would work to the utmost for the
advancement of the O. A. B.
Maj. A. V. Ilurchfield of this city
was nominated for senior vice com-
mander and as there wus no opposi-
tion he was elected unanimously.
For junior vice commander. Corporal
Tanner proposed Philip S. Hlglln but
when Charles II. Shuto was named by
the department commander of Louisi-
ana lllglln withdrew and Shute was
O. W. Meeks of Marlon O. was
without opposition and was unani-
mously elected senior warden.
Chaplain T. C Haggerty of St. Louts
was elected unanimously chaplaln-ln-chlef.
his only opponent Comrade
Sothard of Maine withdrawing before
a ballot was taken.
Tho council ot administration is as
follows: Utah' C O. Famswortb Cal-
ifornia Col. E. T. Itlackmer; Vermont
i Ebenczer J. Ormsby; Virginia and
North Carolina A. llager; South Da-
kota Gov Charles IL Sheldon; Dela-
waro.Charles Zerbey; Ohio It. A. Coch-
rane; Mississippi F. M. Sterrctt; Ne-
braska J. F. Decker; New Jersey
Emanuel Sanols; Rhoda Island Charles
A. Harbour; New York DavldS. Urown;
Michigan George I. Hopkins; New
Mexico Smith II. Sampson; Minne-
sota. Albert Scheffer; Pennsylvania
Charles W. Ocrwlg; Washington C. II.
Holmes; Tennessee W. II. Veasoy; Ar-
kansas A. D. Thomas; Iowa Albert
W. Swalra; Indian territory Robert
W. Hill; Potomac O. JL Hustcd; West
Virginia I. II. Duval; Georgia Joseph
11. Thlbadcau; Kansas O. II. Coulter;
Kentucky Charles W. Herdman; Ala-
bama O. II. Patrick; Wisconsin O. W.
Carlson; Illinois II. S. Ileltrlck; Con
necticut Courtland S Harrow; Arizo-
na T Guthrio Savnje; Indiana W. II.
Armstrong; Maryland Dr. Hugh A.
Manghltn; Massachusetts Allison M.
Stlekney; New Hampshire Satnuel N.
Amoug the resolutions adopted wore
Whereas The twentr-elchtb national en-
campment o( the a A. It. hat been Informed ot
the autrcH that has fallen iipoa many com-
rades ana waidi ot the order through the with
drawal from them ot that preference In publlo
service to whlcb they aro Juttl? eutltlud and
wt)tcu mould always bo the grateful duty
the authorities of the national government to
Resolved That the 0 rand Army of thelto-
publle protests to tba people of tho United
States against the conduct of thoso of their
pubtla servants mora particularly at tba na-
tional cU!. who without necessity Justin-
cation o vVW excuse and oootrary to the re-
peated (("ctaratloa and assurances ot tho
legislative and executive authorities of tits
goverataaaWbate deprived atony hundred ot
hoaorbly dUcrd soldiers and sailors f
the uatoa arsay sad svy- and tk widows om
nd daughter c tho lUwased. at saotr aan.
tsenLi for the purpose of appdmilne
or retaining other pcrxon. destitute ot
the loyal and patriotic claim of Hicho victims
or of superior qualifications for the place thus
taken from those to whom they rightfully be-
long. Resolved That we view with great concern
this attack upon those who. In the hour ot the
country's great peril laid aside their political
preferences and becamettcfendersot the union
offering tfcrlr lives to the nation to maintain
Its Institutions and preserve tho honor of Its
Resolved That our comrades and wards who
are holding the employment under the govern-
ment should have and thev have the right to
demand from the executive- authorities that
protection awarded them by the national legis-
lature and any failure on the part of those au-
thorities to td protect them Is a violation of
the law and of patriot lo principle whtchexcltcs
our strongest reprobation.
Resolved. That Inasmuch as the eSorta ot the
national and department officers ot this organ-
ization against this virtual proscription of
members and wards ot the O. A. It. have proved
practically unavailing an appeal Is hereby
made to the peoplo of the United States for an
expression through tha columns of the publlo
press the speeches and writings of publlo
men and (bo proceedings of publlo assemblies
upon 9t occasions of tha national nense of tho
gratitude and desire for Justice toward the
meritorious survivors of the union forces and
those wham the deaths of husbands and fathers
have left to the generous regard ot the nation.
Tho resolutions censuring Coh Ains-
worth's conduct ot the pension bureau
and supporting Judge Long In his con-
test with the pension commissioner
were not adopted. $
m no new corumanaerm-cniet uwtteu
his first orders Ust night upptjisHiig'
Comrado C. C Jrfnoi.of RocklordDM.
adjutant-general and. Comrade J. N."'
Burst of Syntcuso 111. nuartcnnastsir-
genernl and establishing headquarters
at Rockford 111.
Louisville Ky. was selected as the
next place of meeting.
Yesterday afternoon tho Womens'
Relief corps elected the following offi-
cers without much friction; President
Mrs. Emma R. A. Wallace Chicago;
senior vice pruldent Mrs. Helen R.
Morrison binithport ra.; junior vico
president Mrs. Lizzie It. Herrlck Se-
attle; treasurer Mrv Amelia A. Che-
ney Detroit; chaplain Mrs. S. Agnes
Struck by a Cyclone.
Ciiaiu.kstox Ma Sept. 14. Two men
were killed and a 6core of people in-
jured some of them fatally In t cyclona
here yesterday during which a train
was blown from tlio track. The dead
are: Parmnlla Dempsey Ilertrand
Ma.i Freddie McClelland Eldorado 111.
A holiday nnder canvass can bo made
a remarkably pleasant experience If
congenial splrlU compose tho party
but there Is a common mistake made
by too many of those who take to tho
woods at a time when fish aro the only
lawful quarry. I refer to the practice
ot taking guns and rllles to camp when
tho law forbids th t kilting of any wine.
There Is no sens In carrying i wuvon
which U not to 'bo used and I know
cases where the fact of one belrur with-
in reach has inHrie a lawbreaker of a
man who meant no harm bat wm
tempted by an unexpected cshsnee 't
unlawful game. Furthermore country
people visiting camp and seeing kwh op
I rifle included lit the outfit are apt to
conclude that it Is there for use ami
I thut the campers wilt iinvo a ult try
I nt whatever gama appears. Thk ltt
Ho i encourairuH the coiintrymmi bvivMtj
" ' of illegitimate killing filreelt when
get n chance (inn ana rlfto ana -
cedent in thutr projw place hat thU
place la not in it Jalycrtmp. Tha ttftuai
excuse ottered for their yrnmaa b tM
possibility of a shot nt a bar 6V wild'
eat That is all vry ftr. but th
"tiea" and '(cattf" rvsUly kUlasi hay
always appear! to mm tu atraagsily ran
bcinbio does h iwwaa. It la fair btttWr
to I.'hvo weptMM at bntttis u k ra
the risk of Yblar tmpUul to j4s 'lav
tive m aVMumtmoM onmimm.
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