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Our Brother In Red (Newspaper) - March 9, 1893, Muskogee, Oklahoma Rev. F. M. Christian the Hope of the i 11.35 To VOLUME XI r. indian march 9, 1893. number 10 SERVICES AT THK METHODIST AND MUSKOGEE Preaching every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 p.m. Sunday School at 0: r. Prayer Meeting every at 8 p. m. Young Men's Class and Meeting every at tt in. Epworth Leacue every fit 7 p. m. Communion First Sunday m each M. L. W. N. 8.8. Dr. President or FIRST BAPTIST Sunday School every 10 a. m. Preaching every 11 a. m. and 8 p.m. Toung people's Meeting every 8unday, p m. Social Bible study every C: 45 p m. Prayer and Praise every 7:45 p m. Lord's Supper first Sunday of every other Covenant Meeting Saturday before the Art Sunday in month at 3 p. m. 8tranoeks and acquaintances are Rev. D. j. W. H- Oc ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT South I. T. Practice in the United States Courts of the Indian the Tribal Courts of the several Indian Nations and the Federal Courts at and Ft. Collections promptly made and all business given careful Correspondence G. w. m. M. & A - I. T. Will practice in the Courts of the Indian Territory and the Federal Courts of the adjoining S. 0. Hindi ft Will practice in the States Court for the Indian Territory and in the United States Court at All Legal Business promptly attended Collections made and remitted without E. ATTORNEY AT I. T. 3^. B. Physician and Office a to 10 a 1 to 3 p. m. and to 9 p. m. BONNELL & Resident I. T. south of over Mrs. millinery Office hours from 8 to 1- a. and 1 to 6 p. m. He Is a Second Time Installed as OATH OF OFFICE It Is Administered by Chief Justice Melville H. The Same Old Loved and Cherished by Cleveland's Ik Great Multitude Witness the Inaugural Distinguished Persons and Noted Politicians Section of the United States Cleveland's Address Was the Uest He Kyer March 4.-The gayest of all the thoroughfares in or even the despite the wind and is the famous Pennsylvania which leads from the executive mansion to the Iti is a sea of Its smooth pavement resounded with the tramping feet of a multitude of soldiery and civil If there was ever a thoroughfare whose very ground adlai e. 8tevkns0n. enne in the building on Fifteenth facing the north part of Pennsylvania would not allow her to see her husband in his triumphant return from the capitol if he left the line at the place selected by the inauguration In the morning President Harrison went to the with President-elect Cleveland went to the room of the vice and waited for the inauguration ceremonies to while President accompanied by the members of his spent the last half hour of his term in the president's disposing of the closing business Of When he to the White House it was as a private citizen and for the purpose of removing his personal effects prior to his departure Indian The visitors in Washin estimated at from 200j 000. At any event the im of hotels and boarding h begin to furnish is 400,-number s cannot u. upon by a question was forever With unanimous consent all persons conceded the correctness and justice of his It is a remarkable fact that no decision of Carlisle as was ever from in tlie When President Cleveland had a vacancy to till after the death of Chief Justice Waite he turned to but on account of a misunderstanding nominated Melville W. Fuller of Carlisle has firmly established his fame as one of the really great men of An epitome of his career is a long but quickly the state house of of the presidential lieutenant representative in speaker of the United States senator and now secretary of the Secretary of Daniel 3. to whom has been assigned the war is a New YorKer by and first saw the light of day a little 40 years Mr. Lain on t came in to prominence as President Cleveland's private secretary at and when chief was called to the presidential 7 chair Mr. Larnont accompanied him as his Daniel 8. It is related of the new war that when the president requested him to go with him to the White House in 1885, Mr. Lamont claimed it was impossible for him to do owing to the cost of living in Mr. it is told the secretary his services were and offered to augment his salary out of his own Be this as it no man enjoys the confidence of the chief executive more than Daniel S. and his assignment to the war department is a fitting Specialist on the Eyes Tested and Glasses Office a. to 4 i m. grover seemed full of the it was Even George Washington trod this though it was then simply a path across the All the elected presidents save Washington and John Adama rode np this avenue to take the oath oi Other presidents were escorted down the avenue with much pomp and but the procession which accompanied President Cleveland wad one of the largest ever seen in It was but that his followers should wish to brate their restoration to power with unexampled with the exception of Cleveland's last have been out of power nearly 33 Long before old Sol made his appearance crowds began to gather and early in the forenoon the avenue was packed with to see the The crowds were simply Every stand Pennsylvania avenue and iii the parks was People were herd from every section of the United The parade was one of the finest Mr. Cleveland on taking the which was administered by Chief used the same Bible that was utilized in 1885. This Bible is one used by Mr. Cleveland's mother in all her married and on death it became the most cherished loom of her illustrious On its pages be was also sworn in rid governor of New York on Jan. 1, 1885; A slight change in the programme was adopted by the inauguration committee at the suggestion of Mr. It was intended to have the president leave the procession at the southeastern entrance to the White at the corner of Pennsylvania avenue aud Fifteenth so that he might reach the in time to see the head of the procession Mr. was that he should the reviewing stand carriage and leave the line at Executive half a block marking tbe western boundary the White Houso grounds and enter at the central western This change was made to gratify Mrs. whose A Short Sketch of the Cabinet ning With Secretary of Walter Q. selected by Cleveland for the first place in his cabinet like all his but of old English The Greshams came from witli a grant of lands in what is now Kent and from this and other facts it is inferred that they were a branch of the noble the most noted of Walter Q. whom was the Sir Thomas finance or rather negotiating of Edward Mary and and the first to set forth what is called in The family of in and Walter Greeham was born in Harrison March 17, 1833. He gained but an imperfect education in early studied was elected to the legislature in 1860, and in 1881, was commissioned lieutenant colonel of the Thirty-eighth He won the rank of brevet major general by good service and returned to the His career as postmaster general and for a few days secretary of the treasury in Arthur's then as judge again and finally as candidate for the Republican nomination for the presidency are familiar to all Secretary of the John G. the man who Cleveland has selected for secretary of the is a native A country born Mr. Carlisle's education simply what a country school afforded in which afterward he was the He is 58 years His career has been He was a yer of a town directly across the river from He J. g. earned a large income there in the practice of his principally as advisory counsel in important cr difficult During his years in public life he has served three terms in the high office of speaker of the house of thereto the last time without He is as much admired by Republicans as by members of his own In the opinion of many Republicans and Democrats Carlisle the greatest speaker that ever presided over the of Once ruled leading lawyer with a practice worth a a large real estate head of a great newspaper firm and now secretary of the He married the youngest daughter of General T. R. R who is a neice of the famous Howell of J. Sterling Morton of Arbor Otoe who is selected for of agriculture in President Cleveland's second was a picturesque and a familiar figure in Nebraska for many a year before he became known to the nation at He was editor of the first paper published In the the City News in 1856. j. sterling He was appointed secretary of the territory by President In the absence of the governor he acted ua and thus got the title which has stuck to him ever though he failed of election in many subsequent He was bom April 22, 1832, in Jefferson N. was partially reared and educated in but was graduated from Union New He has served two terms in the legislature and been three times the Democratic candidate for In 1860 he declared elected to but before bis term was quite out a contestant was declared entitled to the He originated and secured the adoption of what is called Arbor a holiday for tree He is an enthusiast on forest also a radical tariff reformer and hard money a after Mr. Cleveland's own Postmaster Wilson Shannon who was Mr. After leaving tne national 1889, Mr. Lamont became interested a streetcar company in New York and is said to have a handsome Secretary of the Hilary A. Herbert is the man who is to boss the naval affairs of the United States in the Cleveland and if one may from his action in congress he is well fitted for the He is 59 years a lawyer by has served 16 years in has beon most of that time a member of the house Hilary a. committee on naval and for some time chairman of that Mr. Herbert was born at S. March 13, 1884, his family removing to Alabama in 1846. After studying at the universities of Alabama and Virginia be read and in 1861 entered the Confederate army as a cap- When wounded at the battle of the Wilderness be was a Returning to civil he resumed the if law at where he lived 1872, when he removed to bis place of residence from that His experience in congress began with the and has been unbroken until the close of the rather an unusual and only attained by a few men of commanding Secretary of the Hoke Smith of who is to be President Cleveland's secretary of the is but 37 years and has the appearance of an athlete who has neglected to train till too much flesh has In he is an immense Mr. Smith was born N. C. a His father was a college recently from tbe state of N e w H a m and his mother was as a maiden Mary Brent Hoke of the family famous for jurists and soldiers in the The sou was quite a precocious studied law in boyhood and was admitted to the bar in Atlanta in 1873, being at the time not quite 18 years In 1887,. he organized and became president of the Atlanta Evening Journal and under his management it has He combines extraordinary enterprise with sagacity and all this attested by the fact that in 20 after reaching Atlanta without capital or influential he is a second to his chief in the matter of He a great society man and a perennial fountain of He was born in New Oneida N. 31,1847, and when 6 was EVJ bis wilson b. where he had ever since He was a graduate with high honors from studied law with A. P. and in the fall of 1873 formed a partnership with Hon. Lyman K. A year or so later Grover Cleveland became a member the and after Mr. Bass removed Colorado on account of his health the firm was Bissell & Cleveland till the latter was elected governor of New York in 1883. Since the retirement the law firm has been styled Sicard & Mr. Bissell made a specialty of corporation law and is considered one of the best railroad lawyers in the He has been president of three railroad companies and is now a director of several Mr. Bissell been an active Democrat all his but wonld never be a except for elector at large in 1884. He was earnestly solic by Mr. Cleveland early in 1885 to take a high official Dut and his acceptance of a place in the cabinet now will be a great financial Attorney Richard who has been for attorney general in President Cleveland's is one of thebest known corporation lawyers iu New He is a in mi of large and his income from his practice is believed to be fully 150,000 a His winter residence is in the fashionable part of Boston and he has a summer residence near Gray Gables on Buzzard's where he has been the friend and companion of Mr. Mr. has twice refused the proffer of a seat on the supreme bench of merely to oblige his party he accepted the Democratic for attorney but was Tbe only time he ever went side of party lines was when Butler was nominated for governor and he refused to support Mr. was bom in in 1835, graduated ai Brown class and at Harvard Law 1858. 15* RICHARD The Methodists have holding a sue protracted meeting at
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