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   Indian Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 14, 1900, Tahlequah, Oklahoma                                VOLUME X INDIAN APRIL NUMBER PEARLS They Fall Like Dew from the Lips of Senator Origin of iipllnl In Hi il rlriiliil In liiim from HIM M1llllln mul AIllillmliuii Nd one ot the very few Miriiiliers of t he seiuiie who have no lalasplra lloiiH nor hopes In 1 1 in I direct I can afford to as mid talk as There Is no danger Mint any Of my lltlcninees be ipmled iigahiHt tinMil any jiresidenl lal cam Thou spoke Senator Chaiincey of New on the pint fotm in thin city givat The gathering was for the purpose of or a oidoUrailoip Ill AUNIKV Jiililur tlilliil StiiliH ui final Nfw of the transfer of the perniiinenl scat of Ihe government ofiiur repuhlic to the desert Uimwli ns the Itis t of What wits said and done nl Intold Inter lint Siiinlor iliparleil from the original line of and lolil tonic thingsof a glliekal vvhieh We worthy of ilaliiira I s lie Maid tieorgc never Supposed Unit he vvmilil ihe great ligure In wvirlds history whl ih he ice 11 files in 11 un inliil inn His am bit Ion wnslike of the men of I Hiilid vvinil lluiiilin linlis lo super drill him In of the lie did not wnnt liuy displae him in t he lie as ill Mv Ing He had no of fame for the Ills life work was doiie when this city was located and given his II was only when hi was Hearing Ihe tomb that he saw his great country lonming he niiiisl have seen what fame to do for men do nol work for TJjiey work for I lie Abraham live Ior Irani did nol live fur They only Ior vv as i inniedialely lie 1nie II istoly Iceiifds of only one mini who sicms lo have lived Co ihis niche In history and was 1oor lclluvv n wreck bis lilc If be bad lived ninl vvorKiil only Inr hnTr niiUe nohle vvonlil have been his pietuic on the page of Il is true honest inin Is Ihe noblest work of because sti few nre honest and true lo the noblest IdiMils of higher Afnhjlion Is usually and all silllshncss ruins They who live for heir own agg ra I live only Iu narrow Truly great men like live Ior their fellow Of iuurse they look Ior Ihclr own In IcrestHi but above their desire in benetlt heir fellow I like lo see a shoemaker who has an ambitionto own a shoe hontlcd days but his pencil paper oldeiillmi rapidity as ho caught thojtc they fell fromUic lips of the great ixa Nona or Do pew Is nsiuilly a ty talking for It In sel ill ivy tluil imliilges 111 flights of se In Unit he Is be cause the plain people attend public mcciliigH to lie and 110 body iiovvs fact better than Ihe sciinlor from lOmpire who has cut eel allied tens of I On IhiK he had a learned and serious anil Ire tilled his speech to The character of his horr People cvcly where migh I be ben efited liy dwelling nil his The occasion was an unusual gather Ing of great men men of prominence In local and national It Is pro posed Mint lit this city shall boa national celebration next of the origin of the national There were rcpru business doc preachers ami publicspirited men of walk of Iho governors Of It stales were present to show 4hoir npprcclat Ion of I he If conid accomplish what they this cltj would Hprlng at once the froijt rnnk of capltiVI cirtcs the el vl Tliiy that the shall buy all of tlie landain the south nldu of Ieitnsylvaiila aiul bnlld iv rcTitcTtnialareh at sonijmil I able paint They wiiirl lo have a Centennialavenno Jroin I eapltol lo the while running along the botanical through Armory along the ar boiiil grounds of the Nalionul mu I he Smil hsimlan iiist il ut by the agriciilt urn I departments broad past bureau of cugrnviivg and priii I Ihe nion u men I to I he proposed I ion of n bridge across the Ioto nnd Ijienee to They also wfiut a new while house either by down the historic resilience of the or by ex tentUug and claboral in1 the si rue I nre aicoiiiling lo I he dcslgus pre 1ianid by the laic wife of Har when he was I he chief evceul of I he nil I Tliry want make Ihe cenleiinlal BOEfc SPIES IN flic Mrtlcc IliiiHlikiilly oil lln tli for The olllixls of Ihe special brauih O cri invesl iua I ion depart him at SenHand Yiird ami have heel Ior some time act ively cngagci in keeping Hinder obsiivallun Hoc ugenlN ami spies at vvorlt Iu London i he I After the Invasion of Natal man nl these men thought il prudent sltill their ipuirlers lo or but someremained mid an pursuing Invesl igiil IIUIM ul and other military with i ami nol rceuaella hie with a knowledge t hlrt their iiioVciiivnl Is Ihcdiivs when the refui mil lie m tlier liei taking open nillde ipiarlers of suchiicllv iiy which Chief Inspector Melville is tin head a I There Is nt show of increased vij duties entailed have inv Ing unrcinil ting on Uic part of I lie ulUiors t be Yesidts achieved It of be undesirable li make more a passing1 reference Ihe llocllogiiljoit in IllilsMcIs is eun slaiilly u louHt Ir and every intrigue and de v to is within he of our aulhoill have shfiwn a great nciilemM in int rust ing llu itiuininiiiiieii lions lo tinpost Kviii I hecode iiini Inguarded and Ncjil in order by I hipeople through ennel mcnis Jot lal 1 1 In the lies dc live iei I many were made lo t did temporary stale al Uvc VViirlds Iu bhMgo The Isagooil Itobably the bestsnggesi Ion madr was ch was ul by tclcgruiu tins no faction Ior them is not a far to and even it the police did intercept them a silinl would be insullleicni o establish heir for tbev havi nindIn the pi i The l into may conn necessary lo ml certain members with lueli who lire tinav ovv ed ene of Knglaud in the prrsont glc Sbouhl this be Mime inlcr a mil nral ubjccKiua to h icssioii of iacrliniiiiil ing1 duiir Aiuiinisiuti mul tornur I tosoo u who iiopcs to own it I like to see a pcoachciwins hopes tu ti I lo sec a wlii U bo a I liko tu see u 0 vv hu hoped tu bo a jjicut edit Ul t UVtt Uv svv u vwvVt bupsK U tu i hotel puipiu lui 1 like to si e a wK t whu hupi s to Uu piipi It lui ut U I Ilk m HUH I i douii uu lm iiu u tu w ml all tiiiblium itu idv In tU tiiv U Uvi tu ml H I l MI aiitoit um l I i 13 vOitlti i vl of who Iuriiig my years of scrv ice in con glcss I eivpsistcnl ly and pensisl cut ly ailvocaleil the purchase of the ground borderingon the south side of Icunsy Ivauia and I he erection thereoii of federal The gTeatcsl parade ground In t hi unrivaled liy that of any national capi is disgraced by the unsightly build line Its southern Con gressman Springer hi Id years introduced a bill containing lids lull was not wise enough to adopt the TCI dv and it will lieeoiman inevitable ne cessity hi I the government must now spend many millions of dollars vvhfeb would not then have been re wo can accomplish thiionc thing It will be without doing all the good flings which arc and urged al this other good improvements will follow nat ural t AM of thm is Those who have visited the capital of our par ticularly on our presidential In angiinitmn have been by ihe coiidiliou of our great thorough The south sille of Ivauia avenue is lined with or ricUeiy iv thwart or of a iniVi of the ciipitol building hero are two blocks occupied Ihhust saloon keepers and wom en of iheUtvMU Thin brief description of ho grcal the best best graded in the will d oomjnoiiiil tho words vvliicb woiv tiius spivkvit by tho governor of n sovorolgn Who for a xvuic of vi ms held u piouuiuut plaoo u the initiiuuil hoiiM ot l I hi uuo tliuntd be Ui tii 1 iii the icnitii of n mul Uu idiA of thtf oumt lite osling may be and Scot hunt Yard ami of the deloelive dcportnirlil of Im cast le will supply infurina ion for the public is unpropii red at tin pvetteut inehent at will scrvr show uielhoils aduplid tu ciiuivcut the llocl A Daily NUlil rtpleseiUal Ivc opposite tin When a pica Ily dressed nr tisan passed close lu avoid ing1 an involuntary ol entered lie Imir ale bar ul an adjoining public ihca Iliroiigcd with iiieu who Iiml left the The artisan was a knovvii delect Ivc ulliccr w lui had smncd Unit disguise for lime lie Admission to the jvionnd In now regulated with a strict nest hithcrli prccauiioa is rciardcd as owing lu Uic desire for informal ion ivinccil at I InItocr legation iu Scot hind Yard lias been lo t hv uc and a manv inquiries made at and elsewhere huvc been rivv aiilcil vviih eotuic opera Aniciicjin who was lo dis Iliisc his pro llnii1 pf I i v i t limit up Iris riittillv in a hold near Ilccl lie was ill u Ituci1 he made I ho mlpminl amc at lireak fast of u gentleman of Ilie same po litical views UN who hap pened lo occupy the licdioom lo there was an of eontl andit toiik the plo Itocr the best part of a to dis iiivcr that his newly made tiliee wu a Then ho tlcnly went in search of plensiirc Up In Tew pcopli would be gralllicd they should Iiml aiicellli their rain water ami probably the last eoueUtsiou come to would hi thai llu jyotor thereby ae eording to of Ihis be the The protossdr has recently that cols should lie used us puritlcrs of AU ouc bus to do in order to keep the water lu i he cistern pure is luput nr throe nol very but into YVitu rapidity willjdcvoiii everything objectiiuiublc dial may Ill to lie water or gencrati All thai ho vvutec may 1 to contain in the Wjiy of vegetable mat or or animal able to Their mission ciyl they may in turn bo may lie saved as scavengers in oilier depart Modlcal SHRINE OF I Sheltered from Curioui Eyes by Overhanging Ihr lilrat Mini Ulm Ililulil Ttvii of IU OrlMlioil ieii Specliil IlinOalx tnUir I AND nriv years ago the Spaniards entered the heart of what nre now the territories and New Mex lor and subjugated them for Uud and the king uf They found a nuiiilicruf strange Ihr mosl interesting of whom lived In great six and seven stories These houses served as for a whole village and arc now generally known IN cotiimunlty One uf the host knowit of those aboriginal peoples known to us today us the Uiid sliit iiihiihlt Bcvcii villages In ndifnr from the lioundarv of that torrltoty and Is the to hivm liy others they called themselves the Ashull tho The chief Is In tho heartof a plejurcsipic which suddenly to the traveler from t lutop ofa ridge oil the sandy Slopes Which hisweary horses have slowly dragging Ihe laden wagim A sandy dotted I iere and there with and I with a tiny ntreum mcaudoHug through itslawny and redcolored one who had bcrn nllowrd to nea So one day I prevullcd upon the ftirmcr of Hiul UK old frlenrl of to take mo up u longaliandoiied iiill lo the sum Ile did not know the hit tv yviniu miin of U or a could he Induced to go and they knew the trail Am what a elinih we AlmoNl all gel ting Here and we had to creep on hands and Knees over sliding which sloped frightful yawning and now and agatfi wihail1 to lie hauled by sheer main and with ropes around our up cliffs where it was In credible that even tho Indians eonld At Innglh we slood liy the side of the ruined abandoned tMul years when the and the made and soon looked on Ihe comical figures I ha I rep resented the twin childrenOf the often come to Now I began with Tsnchay about the shrine I was so desirous of 1 asUed hlni to take me to Me he iVouseiise I You Well enough Whew It H nil I want to il lielorel go No Me never see and no amount of persuasion or talk could get any other answer At somewhat I declared I know llnliikah has a shrine up here and Im going to llnd you aie not until I Seeing thatI was I horonghly delei mincd he held a long and private con sultation with UKtwo young and then announced that lor a Considera tion son would lake me lo RUSSIA AND Muscovite Intriguers Are Planning a Momentous a black uf that he hlwmelf had spoken only the lava which once lowed In I rut h when hesiild he did not know of llcry rods from a neiirly i iln In the three mile I here rises from u tluy mound right Itjiuk of the the sov eoniiiiiiuity Infuse iVhlcb denotes the presence of tin Slowly we wcnileil our way across Ihe mesa l InFar distant valley w n could see the on the very edge of a rightful preci the sou slopped and nald Here SIIIUNI Tit IB AUlMOIt Tlltl ities of the aigest of the seven mi lint to our near Is a rocky met knnwu oeill parlance as is two ami nearly I but m II Is I looKeit about and could see While my attention was thus diverted the youngmail had he I lad he com IllIt ted I looked over llopreci eel several visits u he I learned that this great uesa was inseparably eonmdcd vvllh he my I ro lance and iraedy wl that simple Tin1 littlo threcyciiV lil SKII 4f of Uic Johy utotor recently gave father ami 001 omplmo longeeiilurics licfore the Spoillards they had established religions and shrlucs upon Its Here thiir maidens from iniiiiemorial had runic to petition 1hose Above asthey Called their gods lu give llum lovinghim OK and tho young men preferred thoir roiptests fur Ilouio and childluv lug iobolleij against the Spaniiiitls und drove them from tlicir and by by fciircil the vengeance of the wdrliltc white they tod ts tho summit of his fortified tbo ImiocossTtiUi rail and estallishcd Vhoic where they felt they would bo moiv Hut they vvsfstluallv and ugikiu Kulmuttsd tho Uovlv nor his mangled remains at the foot of he Where was I was ihtis I Jnard a voice Non come lint where Again I looked and this t imc t he young mans head a p peiircd from a roccsA in the face of the pointing to a fringe of rock that stood out iijiltle way from the dangerous he suggest od that ilstep I iUin1 think I inn verv cowardly at such but this was more than I dared to That feet drop seemed I oo far dow I one of I he I ropes I had the men above hung ml tu i while 1was liiwcred u the rocky And shcHerei under the hanging the Then1 may have other wjkiliineti who have seen it before but 1 never heard of Thirteen wiiodon oarvod oednr with the rude stone knives of n primitive Indian stood in a reared against the wall in this cunningly hidden ariny might seek for it In 1 doubt I could myself I had photographii oomeand make ii pholugraph of and though vviiK much I IlicJilly prevailed upon my guides to me to take two of tho Khtiuld uf uy voiuUis over visit whore my homo I shall glad to show hem the iirst and liflh ijnagis from the left which I srcrued from the shrine of warrior god of the il the The V itdiUkiiK Mviiiury Scholar yovuumomouio is uud t tuu that aftor uuisuring can learn to ccmoiubor lUa I am handiciippvdi by ono Scholar I cant romomboitho rutov Ucooklyu llmv ProiioKPn to Almorli tlir Nliiilin Ilio ituioilnn Ail vii Ciiwnnt lie Mor lIlIH II T 1111 Important Intelnation al Topic of the day U the holt which Kiistda has within the Ins few gained In ancient Persia Knglnnd is HO occupied nt present will the Doers that i lie in giving IONS that her usual attention to hcncastcri if fairs and has left considered the key to the territory hwMhrfng on hei lOasli Indian exposed ti danger from a Jtnsstan invasion bus figured prominently li the History of the from thtvtlmo of Alevandcr lo the and bus withstood many It is four nliled and Hiirroundiil by Hi fee each less a mile In U hold by trained Noidlcrs any native attack but II could olVcifcry lltllo reslstuniO to the guns nf a KM poss sion IIIIM caiiMid two warn for with Icisln and one Afghan The surroundliig It Is the only region In AfghutilHlan In lie soil repays the labor of till ami from its earliest history lias been t he of supply for all the of the physical features of the country whleh Is Very Herat In the natural center from which Ihe roads of southern Asia ItX position Is of the utmost from a si rn logic of It IN now principally because It is the only gateway through which India eonld be attacked by Uus only route which u largvi army eonld Vie dcspalchod Is vlu and iorty years ago Knssias boundary was hun dreds of niilis and her pledgee to keep irvvpvr tllsiancc wcto read ily us any hostile move coiild be easily i Russian acquisitions since that time have glveiuhcr a Iorl wllbfn Oil miles of Her I roojisTmbeing massed on Ihe Persian and while two woitld enable them tjt sur round Ihe it would take Ihe llrlt Isli miles a month to reach whleli Is garrisoned by only four cavalry and live Infantry with oldfashlonedean nun the The attention of the overnlueni has re peatedly called ihe Importance ut KocuHnjf ayalust The ameers of Afghanistan again received pledges from tho KngUsh wt heir country would bo pichcrvect of on OATK VO JKWMAN For t Ids reason Knglish boon allowed ts dom AfglukH if to againsti Herikt how will it bo uv thwivrt hor iu 1 hi tit of tho eastern nnd northern morn by Intrigue than HtorioH havo told of he wealth of During1 tlio hint rolgn thmo an eunudiitloii TIN could not have boon 10 When MMznfaTetU the present nimbi won orowni bin rcMldonuo was near the Minn Ills older loo deidred thn and it thought tint prl ncn agreed to bo n mil to Itiimdu If the would Ids nilo Tho loun In Intended to deceive the world whioli thn true condition of will be ooiiii gradually Kusfdan of ficers Urlllnd the Portdnn and tho troopH urn acouBtomedto not under their If JorHln In entirely under Russian both countries will Vorsln by moru rapid prog1 reHH In civilisation and Improved ollltltii for the Persian are Rhrewil money makers nml cure Uttte who governn thorn HO long nt thnlr business and Ituaila by the luiqulttltlon of 11 1ml f million square of tltiplrnblo 6f now NubjeotHt Iho advancement frontier and u noattt with porU from which 1 ltd InIN cattily HiiKMlu hfw nhvnyii manipulated of fairs HO that other have novor bucu able to obtain railway nlohH In Now nho will cover thojumintry with a complete network of They will develop but the advantage will bolonpf to ivlthough doubtless Amerl cat will construot ol lUmtdu Mulled tho CaNplah sen for bub treaty oC TurkatniuttGhftl no Iortdan bus been allowed to dUplay hlH oouulry nor have ropcau goadn for along time been oU lowed trnmdt trt Trndora hnvft been compelled to go ivround through Turkish Thus has u market for Kusslaii boon In One grout reason for the Brlaure ot by Iront HrKnln IB the necessity for depending on the fluea etinnl for tniiiNport of gooda to I ml Knglnnd mimt havo Independent of for means of easy coin uunloii The Bttfefysrfhw met ehant miirlno IH alHo the reuJroh f ov hep to provont IltiHsliin Ittg Illuck mu to throated Hut nravlotiH jivooitutlonB foe the protect Ion of India will uVulllUth It KtiMsIn oblulnH control of the gulf and almost at tha ludlan Ureot Britain will bo lo maintain vfttit for tho protection of her merchant Iho tlodtH of IttiHkla could attack tho ot hullu uud obopirato with lever sin is In uost vS PKHStlAN IHAVlNO iriules transporlcd by niciins of slan ciinlrol of Herat to that portion f the liocdor where tho mouhtalH iiisscs not Kngland could fool whllo KilBi the most paclllc promUuM firmly in her Kiissian are being coivstiuotId n our ynrdx which luivo no aupiUlorH ilher In or Tluv tloM lules of all nations are likely to be in tho events of tho next four If KugLand Hiieceods In tho the Knstdan boar will prob ilily keep his clawH oouoertlod for and bide Ids If wu hall see what wo shall As a wo nro on vory frUuidly onus with but Vvo havo iv long oast und Hhould our nlorcsts clash with rtiny wlnh hat UttUi bettov ace of Herat and that the civilised orhl had ttono soiiiething to prevent eucioachiAoiit on tu iuitU hnertnV Is so much This ho conutiy of tyrus Qt mint ry from in all htkvft ome most vvoudorftil tales which ouu over bo To Ieraift we rst indebted for tSurucenlv Tho northern jwrt of tho insO along tlio Caspian sea in by dense ancient in whk vutns of cities famed tu now Nottr plulniy UrUish tuto uu 4kt his Mio lino of ho load oMitnig Ho uu wu vlaiidiiift m v ul with llil MKkllt Oil tlllll opuud till tattu In mnv Ho ivlV o tld III HII tt H ilium d tu U but vvlu u IS 11 ion w i i tu ii mi imo tu hUllit I Ml UU II UlUll II I l tl ltd IMli 1 I VV U tl O t ll 11 ill It V I M1 liuv of uf ull Kinds vt uuti ttic iteik ot ho vuul upon u vv ulu I hnvii uplud the twit m tu vi utis t st ttiN v it t t iv u d Uiit t Us up MO I i lyll VV OU ttl lilt US III II III I I tllO ttu nt Uu I nitnl uvvuv tUtU UlO Hotstlt fiom llktMIUO 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