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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 31 January 1884

V Los&l Hews. "If at wr BesTer correspondent give Witt Ward retaral from the Osage 5 Sabuday. A Co. expect to get into their hMldlag next week. Wart wM commence on the Congre- 1 chinch Hexttveefc. - Wlwt&s become of the talk about jeering bosses off of railroad land. TfccCLiErrAtxisnow niaJLing $3,000 jeer, with circslation, and business rapitih increasing. Will Foressn is on the streets again. He aHs family have had a remarka ble scge of sictaess this winter. ' OapeeaHt ot the muddy condition its race ting Monday evening. Tke Postmaster General has xliscon liaaed the postoffice t Kcma, Peoria 2TtJoa,OB roate 32,102 from lnita,LTl, o Baxter 9prings,Kaa- Sane kfea of lb business done at the Vkui peatoSce may be gained Irom tfee Etc that daring January there were 1ST advertised letters. TfteSkawsees have finally settled on g. Conatzer, Dadlcy Tucker andThos. Xteagherty s delegates to Washington. They expect to start this week. Oaeveetof mod costs the business jBor Yinita more,...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 31 January 1884

ISDIAN CIIIiFTAEf. Siltors. TrXTTA. - INDIAN TZUlUTOItT. TME MESSAGE OF THE SA'OIT. JM aioaaa ase. through the forest As Iff), rlalaj-wMte In glittering rrdlsnrri, Lies she snow? Tfciauah the Blent. auvelcs air. SwriHWut-cteijaherc et nad n8et. pure anil fair .KalU the snow. AteWHaerlrirfct lies buried 'Xcath the noir: glft-Mag brooklets ceauo their raurm'rlnff Klentfiow. Bemad le mater's Icr chains. WHe Kkur reset triumphant relmt; SfcsaaaaaL v tsei s sonr-hlntr males. Tlay K3ow-Aroj peep already Through he snow; Flowretsblascaerl wilh timid terror Or the snow; TeC ther Bessie closely here, WMeperiac aofUrr prinirlsnear; t Scsa will raaian Winter drear. And the snow. lose, I tread with Uacerinr footsteps O'er the scow. 'Waflatt oa sua spell upon me. Fortheanow OaBc to acrad the vanished rears. Severed ties and troubled fears Hopes that aeiLM Into tears Witt the snow. TetZfreet with loving-vclcoma Virgin snow. Tjye of Heavenly poritr. Eeat below; TSU unbidden taonjrnts ariw "Taeoc a...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 7 February 1884

O INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. -J-' sr .- BcTetcdte the Interests flkc Ckcrekcc, Chectawi, Chlcknsaws, ScmlHelcs, Creeks, and all Other Indian of the Indian Territory l&H'KrTAIH PUBLISHING CO. VESTTA, 1OTIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1884. YOL. H. NO. 21. A PALACE STORE! r fi aM eMfMim the faest iri etaIett store I ll IaUft Terrilerr is that ef W. C. PATTON 6c CO., YINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY. 7m fvCujtkiac j ttE KEEP Aad a Ml. CR-MC,Y WSBf. aARTXEST -T ya .45. naue Oat Uir jCriOT to aS a MatsasMee OaV iWGLTDlUL BtPLESEST BfFAKEXEST joa cai art Weas Baggies, riows Sprla? Iragoas, Eta E fjJWTAn SSaRTXEST Is weH stocked wH Ss Screw, daias, Hinges, Tinware, Axe, Utensil, Tools, Jc XwTiSa4hi Ci &1SP jjb qcmSSWlKZ SEPJLXTXEST every Tariety of Blsae, Crocks Jars, ln, EU. While la W J3iJ OTWUt SPAXXXOT yea wlH sd a satd stock of Pare, 5le Brass, Medicines, complete la every re . PiamtoMoat earcfagy eomaoanfed ay a skHtod afieHiecary. la tkb tanaecUoa we liare also aa Ia-.Bease awH, t MWMI...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 7 February 1884

PoblWlM X wy Tiinrsdy by Use Jjcdlix Ckuvtaxx Pubobhtng Co TIXITA, L. TL. FEB. 7, ISSi. Tue Hon. John H. Rogers, M.C. fro u Arkansas, has Introduced into the House of Representatives a bill to provide for the building for the pse of the Federal Court,poitoflicet internal revenue and other civil offie. and a United States jail, in the City of Ft. Smith, Arkansas, and afpropriattng 8250,000 to be .applied to their construction. Sen ator Walker introduced a similar bill in the Seaate. Cimcr Charles and his delega tion of Flathead Indians, bad an interview with Secretary Teller of i 0e Interior Department, the 30th alt., oa the proposition to remove ths Flatheads in the Bitter Root Valley to the Jocko Roscrvation in Montana. The arguments of the Secretary in favor of the removal irere supplemented by the elo quence of Sanator Vest of 3fissou-ri- Tempting offers were made, "but old Charles remained silent, and refused, with an angry gesture, to sign a paper offered hiia by the '-Secretar...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 7 February 1884

Local 2f ews. The Citmiphix boometk. JTt Z- "U. The ii uwamktwriMe.au cattle. gamorar. aeTwiTy business changes City Fathers! tre perish 1 Siva ns drainage, or Hon. L. B. Bell Las been sick since sola; to Washington, or was at last rc jwrte? Joka DaJBeron4s open to conjjratula tioa a the advent of a-son in his Cun sly circle. -C&vi , Sead thMWTiliAmrUmefts insert ed this wKThT -wiK.slishten yon Jt-ii - SCIasJws, aLJog.Creek has ar rived,a(TMkeap acanrse of study atWroeicr tcadcwiy- Tfcfee wagoaa loaded at this place, Jtaa&ay,Trith household poods forJ.E. .Ski&Mr, at tin Oeagc Agency. "If an ill wind that'-ijowp-hobod y any goed-yTh Mtegfimble'and last vreek has mm( A.MttiB down of shout lQrJtt selt in Vinita. Maybe a MMe mHMit! will give as !raie. im tMflTJk. uaurca next tafcfcatk. Treachiagiathemerniagby the pasar, Bar. i. Dobeon, and at sigfet by tWa-PresidinsJElder, Ber. Mr. JSbapbartL Quarterly conference will be held Xaaday soming. A. little stranger, feminine w gen...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 7 February 1884

IXmiS PITT tiVTLi IV I JU1WUL.1 VH A.JJJL XZXJ.il. "vrxrrX. STBUX TXttnTTOnX. TMT GIML IXX9UXXIXG. x wiunr ava-u.m. JLmA fee Ma Hie te every ttatb WWaswKawwetaeathr KtslalaKlJM. IadaateamleeWH. . . That wore Mwfc rfkfeeas sa kw . VrhamtbKTrmmmmtTtklmKfer. SwuiW, Aad aaeatteiied astat her teatwa dead. Where attd jmtrvattt nHt, r dear? "OwW MaHaory." IW. 'SacktltwihtMeBMCiainr. JUed aat3fcKiKetBC Bay eaa Aadlwe((keiketHnKlV My heart wttfctateasaaM Baett A mdamleardrMi WH way. Ton nrjWtMBMHMW ris aril dwelt. Way; WHt LoC. say dear. lUpttakrM TMTM taa WeH, m was a afeeat a year Bntsac teltClfo saowMiim prig.' SM IMIM1U1I U1MWWTW Was Mtt af water, fcw? Mid I. TWati limn L acres- heard before. mouwtulrHU'irralr: re MM yaa twfce. a wont no orsV" ipriaaee.weere.aee aai. yrhatwastthalli lTWrmerii ajfceaswsrered: -1 will ten yea. then; Balfneut Isaaav Saw dfedaCaawebeoaattHB palsy. MaaaayaiiBilMUii.aattetoow Xore Um MM tMM oTrfne IwiMkatofNrwtlilUd low, WkkwCiUmfMotrirtlw! Via imalmi knew me ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 14 February 1884

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN r -'. "j-y.?t Derated te the Interest of the Cherokee. Choctaw., Chickasaw, Seminole, Creeks and all Other Indian of the Imlian Territory. VllTITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 18S4. YOL. II. NO. 22. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. A PALACE STORE! Jfejwri & (MftriuB the Qnest ami ceaplctot store In the Indian Tcni'orj is that of W. C. PATTON fc CO., VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY. Ye m t Myth!; WE KEEP Ami fall tCK JWr CM9BS BEPARISE.YT cwtalns an isme-ise stock of every variety or the tiest and most KrTlccable Dry I2aaJj lit SCR CLOTXRW SEFAXTjfOT yen will And the largest Stork or first-class Clot .inr, Boots Shows Hat, Ladle. ard MIX 30LLX5CKr WKAXTMSST is roily up to the times In all th Lale! Style .nd Fashlrni. CZ CWKlirBEPARTJIEXT is replete wIlhCTcry kind orstaple and Fancy Grjccrlcs, Flonr, Baron, Canned Goods, CnekcEs, Chewt, lie. H7X KAB&B&S W&XKOrSX hs a fall line or Saddles, Harness and Leather Goods or all kind. In K7 A6KICCLTUX1L IHPLEXE3...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 14 February 1884

VtZ- " ;f HE CHIEFTAIN r.iiHJiiT"T'T Tbaesday by the Ixbiax Cnmui-us Pdbushixg Co TV P. Ucm jam , W.Scsocbs, Editors. YurrrX l r fed. h, issl LheroV.ee Antiquities. died. All possible means were re- nVe propane to give from one to. two sorted to, to bring back life, bat in 3Er ffirTwU'E&r. ? vain. Being overcome in this first Tflwrv one who knows any the ancient history of the I race weriH A To Oklahoma. What are you go&ig to do hero'?" I am going to ask Sir. l3rXoxIl f of Missouri to introduce a resolu- . fnem of the ancient history of the instance, the--whole tion appointing a conimitl.- f the KllhJtom rT, "1 '" '" ! doo,nod to "oV.notonly to death, hi'iisc io mveriignte'the matter. If msb tt m f..r tins ivlum . j but to misery aftenvards, as it was thai committee is appointed I pr - j pti,liti r0.'ffr.'in, 1S!. supposed thnt that person went to noK to irove that Senator Plumb , miserv. Another tradition says ? Wrac verj few andinconsidcra- :&hr exoepanathc report Jrot...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 14 February 1884

Local T$ ews.. rSeetfce torn laws. Xwsily evctjbodjris-rnnniag'short of faeJ. Sidewalks towrun to all thechurcbes ia town. Ball Kiver has been on the rampage ior souie da j s past. . Tfck? is about the time of year to ex .pectajrood crop of mod. Tew Wingfield has taken leave of Yiaita, and gone to'Columbus, Kan. TheCniEJTAxeouico has turned out sous- splendid job work in the last two weeks. ' Eead the new town ordinances, and obrain a. knowledge of your duties to "Allow liamaus." Prof. Cnndall made an unexpected trip to St-Louia last Friday. Sickness 3 bis family was the cause. Uc re taraedoa Tuesday. The Bible commands nsto walk so berry. If a man tnes to walk some of aheee sidewalks in YInita he will hare to wa& toherly if he walks at all. A steer took up quarters alongside the black smth. shop opposite Fields store, Monday night, end calmly bhnf ad off Ma mortal coil dating the hours of darkness. Charier Boblnson made a business -trip toiussoun last weeK, ana was an aawilling...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 14 February 1884

I vni-l V niT T i?rT t TXT O IHAil tlllAi? 1 Ail "TIKITA. - 1XWAX TERlinOBr. 3 1 WMB-XIOMT AXD QOOD-MTK. ittaaMaa I ) settlor sun iBMfKwceonoinrr tor m over aim done, I Mn 114 srevr rwttfelwiiluthirl!i. ftrwIawwWwaiiiinirwtilcBaM' ttsa'u. naatksaed-aifltt. yWiKwHK ws-k HlHlnghed at night aVthefpent'trb tore, we feel resm. AjK ttrMVUB heart takes w3h It the jaxTjff wm om,helfatonc;adyct. hiih M hoc aosicie-ss pwa. sat the frieed will come again. Wbea'we leave lbeafceretbth3kvraonr h- ljtaa-ajght K SB vMk mb'im ef sorrow and mirth. ' 9XfeebrekaCesmtatiofiare5ail: 4at mate a. wWte serein oar eyea Mr Wok. laat Wek Is or pai'adUe. ftis bawd-tret Vtn fovt fetcae frosa the busy crow. TtTMdtkMfcof ascclrV way bt ai all m af Hfct lHcrf Cf the shroud. Asss w took emr tost ca the torn at day. We kmrve haw Said oor last adieu. Jhat the bi kuL vows we can not renew. 1Mb to goo bye. Whmnwt afkheaatntt ems with him WV JBBsa MPff wwC Xtv J with lo Or nolo. WWa Mck Hie waste- MM. crow dim. Jssslaw a...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 21 February 1884

CHIEFTAIN. Sfe, -,B.- . Devoted to Ike Interests of the Chcrekccs Clioctnw, Chickasaw. ScihIhoIcs, Creeks, and all Otkcr IhjIIhbr of tkc latitat Tcrrltery. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1884. YOL. n. NO. 23. INDIAN A PALACE STORE! Jjm afi eparisoB the finest and coaplctcst store in tbe Indian Territory Is that of W. 6. PATTON fc CO., VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY- Ik cm get anvthln- you want and that or the Terr best quality to be had in the coi n rj. WE KEEP A GENERAL STORE. Aad z full assortment of everything iriateilbf oar enstomcrs. iC Wtr CTWS MPA5T.XE5T contains an Immense stock of CTerj Tarleij of the best and most crTkcabIe Vrj vrve9 A fiat dTKLS MPAXTXEXT yon will find the larsest Sto-i or flrst-class Clot'ii? Boots Shoes, Half, Ladle,' std f gate' FnmirMwy Goeis. While TO aSLLISlir BPAKT3SX is fully up to the times in all ths LalcU Styles :nd Fashions. UK SaACESr BFJLSTXHT is replete mlherery kind or Staple and Fancy (iraxrics, Floar,...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 21 February 1884

O muM '- -. PHP C H T PlTVA TM The PreiJefit taa ppved t16 Iinu ittssvu uji wuugitsa fnwi.- lOJ.OOOfor destirnte Indians ?vbeate Emq Taaataa? ar ti v.jta csntnoir rcwimi) 's uo ttoa avp J. W.iicec.e,Icitors. isita. i s TU TEB. 21, 13S1. in MontanaTerritory. - Ail r wwmM like is to set ap a nows- iper mar with yo fellows, and get . c-ee aavcraamg. tw . ri.-miicr, u MamamtrCmtcrrxxx. rhe ebverBark, saadc by Mr. EM .Her to tfca aitior f tkc Journal, explains mir recent malici- u? nitwewMMaus concerning i.: Jottmtd. JWiu Journal. Bravo "Mr. Jmtrnal! "We ap plaud yorwi4 aad discretion. It lu so easy aad wrens-helming to say You an another I" aad aim a Par tisan mm at r mue Auier, as th'iagfa he fin-aifaed tke grist and did also the jria-dmg for JLhe UnrEF 5 vis. Yoar tactics amuse and en rapture. '-Hy, sly-, sir ! Uiought rrShJ' Ther claimed to have more than esse naif as many Cher okes aahmAens -are, and we of fered to Malta Usts. They claira- dnsore stock Wands than we, and rjid fe ats...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 21 February 1884

"vT r, e Br 3, Local ISfcws. JUrGmayooaatt9t. Lsats f&ckea nd Miss Kate -CwJkafcM -wave married ct Catoosa. last Ifcwsiijr. We tender litem our atebeias continued ibis a a GeagFegationat Church, on af whick work wis discontin- tWfC aatil Tiert week. aHaravy society at Worcester y elected tbeibHo wing officers : Jriiaat, E. M. Landrom ; Vice Presi- i Durham ; Ysdle Conch5ec- StissJf yers, Critic. xmiI ok Monday, because tt so aaail aeat b4weea Tinita and Fcirce Cbtj. Mr.A.F. Caamberiln. made two taipc Itwefcto help oat, bat can't ge all tfee Xiatt. He. St. Clair is still Chotaao. bar. too late for this nam- .IT. E. ITrigbtof St. Louis, Mis- i, agaat of the American Bible Soci- -tjr -maia to vm this week. He visited YfMter Academy ok Monday and WMMwk serprieed at finding such, a jchselawe. TfccAaicrtgaa Bible society has ade yeatt of JMn C All kinds at J. W. Gnw'iWfek They are sold at cost sat of 0c society, or for what a t pay, or if you cant bay, one -vfH be fives to yon. Tfcc A...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 21 February 1884

o BDIAK CHIiHAIS. Try. tMm,f -aw. .' jwew-wmE K"UriakW Tsw awed -set. tell aw so. For tn Ac srfh st Bay window-pano HrrrvMlMw saaaja ass mric ma surely The ftJrias sweat these oH tricks again. san vasca a Meat strikes thro the frosted " AniamAssassaa'c palace rear its towers: t--x tr3M MvaVMMs w that bunch of mats, aare taose tnj-nawcrsi coaKaeelrn of mwtr Teaiae- aaa It wMi an tc air! aalrftoftielce Ma 2tssc w31 here, that is UiU aateachaBsJntdericc. . -trSsrjat cataen la mx brain. O a! If I could As reerctef ibbgov- tssttltatfai ifmi Ko-frettiBtvebr the breath of God. 2 And all am ataa kisassa waexcour?es flow Aad wanv'aaavatea hi fee Gew. that Rrlnrs Her losnriy smarts npnsi the meanest weed aast -what in Lit snla-artnr lnCueace briers r 5TTs Tasssgoaa aj.liuala tram the trivial teed I CcaM I act 1M0 toe South wind and the woe, Jt Itot SftulvM. St tfc.. nrftnfM Hm-- T-lld JSce few Ac MahtBlse. leaplse- wildly forth. A4 how hie turbulent thunder Is oon- ? .-? trotted ; I wosiM !. ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 28 February 1884

D .' INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. "? Berated te the Interests el" lac Cbcrekccs, Ckectatvi, Chickasaws, ScmlHelcs, Creek, and all Other IadlaB of the Indian Territory. CH4EFTAIN Ptf ILISHINC CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1884. YOL. H. NO. 24. : ' 1 .5- A PALACE STORE! Befwrf g eMepuisM w - Tm m yet sjth!a tor wt sad ttut f tin Tery besi quality to be had In the roi k it. WE KEEP A GENERAL STORE. lad a foil csse-rtasat f ererjth:5 wasted by ear customers. Cat JHtT m9'S 31FASTXE5T ctataias (fee. t (3TSftW BflSTXEryeawmftdfJMkr;cstS(eorftr3t-cIassClonin?, Doots, S'jojs, Hats Ladte ard If fwwHsbSit; S is. While tUX KLir MFAXTXEaT Is fully b to tic Maws la all th) Laic J Styles ?sd Fashlcnj. tt3t 0B8CKET MFA2TX0T is replete with erery kiad ofStaple and Faacy Urjcerics, Floar, Bacon, Canned Geods, Craeteers, Cheese, He. K1SASS6 MEFASXXE5T has a full Esse f Saddles, Harness aad Leather Goad or all kinds. In Cat JkdUCCLTCsUL IXFLEXEST SEP1STSSST jm cm ret Wagon, Busbies, Flow., ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 28 February 1884

lift Mm (Mai. ?ublibd Every Tbucfey by the Uic United States. With said , it and one on Lis pig sty, and woud- plat shall be submitted a report j era if he -trill have to move it spin. -t au.a0 m. gv vr a,w w Someone has had, something i from the said Cominisfioners civ-; He means the sty, unni,mTUBntjiifu ,. ,, , ., . i.i.J I CJi ,,, ISDLUf CHIOTAEC PUBUSHISS Co. . fa nrnfr. rf-Tmin-. nVrongne ' stmnpor-thWanolIinaris water, we 1 said buildincs. house, erections, riudce. -Why are we not all Mur- i the kind of business, if any, done phys and Mqllovs? Truly the har- the committee within the next 30 1 BL fe a V . I days. All Beearities furnished must MB .. A ff" . B A Va A 1 ;be citizens of the Nation. (Signed) flT killfl I HIT WOT 7 Jons A. Fobema.v,D. Judge, WW II I JUlllU II WEI B Jesse Cochiux, Sheriff, ilwl rll P . WK I I-OO 73EX J-K.XUJX.. i in ! - - 1 -" - , - - -, - ITau P. Sam. 1 -, . in the same, and whether owned , vest ia irrcat and tho reapers few. T&!"8 " """."""" : ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 28 February 1884

Local Sews. John Hap, a stock ' living ob Ivor's Craafc. ia towalriday. Edrard CratchSeWflfLecnst Grove, Cherokee JlbaSbn. report loss of cattle small U taaUeealRr- Hr. Qoiaa, representing the Kansas City Joaraal, spent Friday and Satur dayof last week is, ViaiU. f ' . The mk of Robert Tittle; pending Tjefbrs tk XT. S. District Uonrt at Fort Smith, -baa been contumed until the 10th of Match. ,V"g ' It ia stataktWt aMtifty persons have uuitiJaaahtluihafru itchnrchea at Tahtoqwk aMK a UiMin of the MoHoywSraat, aail foam 15 to 20 at iortGibaa - - r.Jwii gaatcr oCCooyrafc, for merly oflaaw, aad JGaa Xila wuson irTalilrnpnt- Vieirict, were . Baw Bandar last, iae CKrarxAX exieaa: congratelatiaas aad best vislis. Xaj. John A. Foreman: I from. TTaehikgleafaaeTaaaaiwwtfetaiBed In Yiaita laag aaaaea. to "attend the neetiag aC MkOeik Poat, G. A- R, and aaak a?aaaH iiirtm,. H. C. Tffaiaa; af Xaalaaaahcame sp ftsw. Tort 9afit SetSiayaal retnrn ed the day following. Be informed us that-aahad SSae...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 28 February 1884

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. TIXtZA. - IXBiAX WKKCTOIIT. JfT JfOTMXM-IX-LAW: evenly hi turn m i a arsasu as astdffli Her t ware a betas aa astaSamsaer. HertMOimreuRptMWcifian. JUkaadwnMnvI StSW, Bast tnwmln freyieatlr whispered; Bwwet raacMifcti'lw taw. faatotKes' taeaeiaeef. the tews. Art haf as crtetes Batted. Wa meant ceaaswleaty down. Iw MMMbow It jnweentlr happened . -That bwMes aad UImim 1 saw J M isto Hn deer C en- kitchen. antutgtturreaiByolfcetbfI SouysAces Haea iy taaar was heavy, Aad wiwewiin tfiow. . wmkcg asy trtgw iHtcou raged, 1 Bewatlitvrat totals aad woet Bat twtte waa SHddsalr Bftod. And ley ffi-aaonr wsKtid thaw, WTaan. remci retMa (tmiimn woald tlacte Ftwa She tnVad of riwaTtT In kw. Bat nw cm x eo'd whfcf morale-. Wfca twow tntatleil vaster Ud aiH. SaMwUelhadeiievaastadaBfoadlr' Loy talent aad f LiaaUgs-aad atiH. lMtIMtiN IM?e ehfldrc ws left ! tke wmM Bit Moao. laar Jar a satis aai has eaniiaed, L 3PaifefiBra.Me(ataadcoae. I tfcoaaat the aanewa about aw, I taHMBttt of tks...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 6 March 1884

9 INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. --' 4 '.- i'-vrl -v--' - -- Beveled ta the In r erects ef tke Cberekees, Chectawi, Chickasaw, gcmlaelcs. Creek, anil all Other Indian of the iHdlaa Terrltery. OMKFTAIM PUBLISHING CO. YINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1884. VOL. II. NO. 25. A PALACE STORE! CURKKNT COMJttEST. W aM eewfarise the est aad ewtaletest store Is tie Ia4Ia Terrflery is that of O. PATTON fe VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY. CO., VJ a set aajlalBr yoa want aa tkat ef tie wry best qaaHty ts be had la the coi n rj. WE KEEP A GENERAL STORE. Aa x fall assertateut of ererytsalss- waateaay nr enstoaers. . Ovek $60.PH) has beca collected for the foundation of a free public library in Philadelphia. When the sum reaches $250,000 the trustees will begin to erect the library building. At a meeting of citizens at Kiev Sa lem, on the Northern Pacific, vest of Bismarck, was resolved that the first child born in the place should have a choice lot assigned to him or her. Eight men working in theOrrendorf...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 6 March 1884

. o LfDiAJi-CjmnrrAor PcauaHuw m. LBO araraoc ... ..Miiors. VINITA, I. T., XAECH 6, lSi4. F The Branding Iron is the mellif luous use rf the paper started at Atcka fcy the Jtefcsrta Brothers, of b Indie. JaurnaL It is, seenx ingr, the gM Journal outfit with a ivewitamc. SeiBfpthe official or n of tke Chectew Haticn, and - published ia the southern part of the Territory, where there is no paper, it eeght to be able to furnish ; large ke of interesting news. The Ckhhttaix wishes all legiti mate aaaatprkes of the kind all -"the ataaaew tkey Bay merit and and jm?Mt. The HUowlag dispatch to tc GUMDamcrol shows that, so for, the ekatgeo ef Boadinot respecting the 182,500 paid out of the $300, 000 fund appropriated for the Cher okees at the last session of Con gress, "which, haveheen so pom pously paraded against Col. Phil lips, Chiwf Sashyhead and the Cherokee felteioB, hare not been aaeiaiaed. 1st few have ever supposed ska they would be, or that ike movement was for any Other purpose th...

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