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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 6 March 1884

Local Y tiUl JUighta rrjr flfews. at Jf.'K. "1wch Time are 9T '( tfe Cherokee Orpbaa Asyi JtTseaJKtt gsed health. KM.J.(kntekMNtiad to his .ff cr at Jftascagee. froaa. a- visit to Iowa aad Yebefto. G.W.Gwsa. shipped a carload of hogs to .Little, Jams & O Decommission raer- r m XaatSt. Lesis, last ?eek. KaaafeiOtoaAcrr frosa Catoosa. isvjaiaiag iuiaaa ia ; aijra this week. Set. Gkar tea Jefcraevcafce of Allnwce stopped a short time ia "Viaita, Mon day, en route to Leaveatrorib, thence to WaabiBgtoa. The Viaita Jockey Club hv decided to have a few days racing at their coarse on the Vinita Fair Grounds about Jane 20th. Farther particulars hercafler. CawattH Bw oJUltiwe, last week beat of W.D.Cliajea SO bead of Jtwo-7ar-W ateec, for -which thy aii$20 perhoaa. foe the sew aarartigcatest at Beard & Stake, at GlaKtaere. To know that 4ay aMaa. eaataeasyou seed only in terriew Je4w Beari- J.S.Syar,f ae Qaapaw Agency, liatlMaa apyoiated Aaeatfor the Ghey .emfces J. Arapajwog, ia slaee...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 6 March 1884

KDlAff CIIMETA jr.-. TLVCKJLX3 FJLLTXS. nerewt'itavme'lMttv, Aa 1 toM OtaemeB as. 7or ! cwMk ktd eo te tUso, Bmmniiii erf fatta aaat'd caster Aoer weak she rt . An It MitHMnke wiUa Sa Imi . tke kant -ww Mt eBf-. An' com ati penateea eea'ce. An sot wm a( artktar ftar b' ebeap act water a' m " lot,tket-MlleMOtaMk- it wa.'Bt aayaseterroaB. - Tor tak an' tM eMMt fa It; aa be Wm aotkiar kat aUa aa teae. "Ssttevi! TTM'acmls'keetdfaiB. AaayBCa-reisM Baste. , J-prarin' eat at tfcat eteect there, Xwaat haw eat yeas eraxy quite. T jaatcaeal Ska bMM at tsaeee trousers Vkb eUttk MC waa awTS tMa. SutftaeeaBtataaef the afecca vote oat As fast a I set 'em la. To aw be bM majktrWl Je Of the laorwywy we trod. Butatlaaeta aaaea ttmea a day Be talks it ever with Cod. Da n oa Ma kae- la that closet lac ataatoC aat Maw vaa juaed; Pre OwiTlaa hwewhew topmy Jfuca betaer taaa how to last. Hat lata tBatwarcoctralry. Tkat ef tUafs dea't so Jest rbrbt. Ileal Ilka robin mya'earresupfaiaTh As rrSVa: reaey b arb...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 13 March 1884

4&k BcTeted ta the Interests sftbe Ckcrekcc. Ctaeclaws, Chlckasaws, Scmiaelc. Creeks, and all Other IhIIhb oT the Iiidlaa Territory. OHttFTAW rHJUL!KIMG CO. YINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1881. YOL. H. NO. 26. INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. A PALACE STORE! Jfefwi al ewBfftriMK tfce fittest Hi efetest store Is Ike IwilM TerriSery is that or W. O. PATTON fe CO., YINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY. 1h mm get aaythlo-g J wt asd that ribe very best qulitj to be had la the coi & 17. WE KEEP A GENERAL STORE. JLbJ a fall xasertBcit ef ererytaijtg wasted by oar customers- CTJKSXST COMXEHT. A heavt movement of grain East from Kansas and the Missouri River is reported, and some of the roads aro bothered !o furnish enough cars to carry the stuff. As a result of the work of "spotters" on the Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St Louis & Chicago Railroad, several of the conductors on that road have been dis charged. The spotters" were disguLv?d as drunmers. WKMtT WWaPBfc, Mm JLiaTXOT eeatahtt am kweas...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 13 March 1884

rv PubKahfstErwy Thursday by Um ISMJUT CWKJTAIX POBUSXIXG C8. VIXTTA, I. T. XARCH 13, l&vj. TKKlfexican Ce&tral Railway is aooat flxsfilttcd, and trains of cars -rill b rw to the City of Medco from tb TJwteti States next month. Rodtaey D. Wells has been nom inatedby President Arthur, Post Xter&t Saint Louis, Missouri, i0 in place of Mr. Hajs. Txntaat oxbxos hoed his own rofr aodate ost 6,000 ahead for Congress, despite the Eiggs run upon Hm by his opponents in the lai election in Kansas, to fill the jtl&sd of the deceased IJaskelL A. Kaasa-s paper complains that .few trcaltby and distinguished hogs of that state are allowed to fat ten by grating their herds on the hills In the Tndinn Territory, voile the common herds arc cr clttfed. Don't rorry about it Sirs. Just hold oa till they get fat and sITck, aad then go for them. - "5Toor appetite "will be all the shar- - pr, you "U find such lid-bits far more juicy and savory, than ; en; toegh Indian Eteak. CnG Woo Tsasg, 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. — 13 March 1884

j 4 v Local Sews. March wiaas aTail. The lad-Wew udaiglit. -. Stoadsy, day CbMf hyhe&d has oar thanks for .papeni aad psblic 4ocnmeat3 from 3Ta aiagtoa. Springfield Association of Cbnzrega--4iol Gfasrchcs mill meet iaVtnita next f 4aeday, and coalinae-thrce days. Xekes aad coaHaaictions for the jCanrrAix nst be accompanied by the jmm of ike writer, oerwfe Uiey will receive JM atteatiaa. A gtaad cetcut -aLbe-fcwcn at the -CsagragrttoiriaT Caa, Friday sight, March. Wtfa. Tickets to concert, 25a; 'u Tae vary high triad en Monday blew 4oi th exhiWlioa building at the ViaitFJrGro&ds. The Joes will be .waaratirely light. The oaly damage .aoao me demolishing a baggy that was stored ayia it for protection from the -weather. XrsJdata . Gaard, a grand-dangh-er of cr.JohmJTSeot, apro-inent -stive areacber of the Methodist amrea.iaaisd-. aad -wife ot Dutch , gwj, o lies a few miles from 4kis place, died 3-tmrdar sight last. If 3C Fnzee & Co., the druggist, do not eaeeeed, it is motf...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 13 March 1884

INDIA!? CIIIEFTAIS. W.T. J. 3ir. - " - dtdiax xEEarronr. UFTER-BIXXER ORATOR. Jfa saafaaaid the social throne; X liunr. silent sua: r Krccy oace Baa spoae or ibu asaee aest tae least rxwan: I acecs Kjffrrcr nndcr soma bus. cruel ban. JJVs ooop has passed tratastcd by R was not to his wish; )ie tavkfts bo interest in the plots Ttet bears a peceof tub: aaeu 1 sabae-iuenlly ttna sC every other dish. awratfeelaJratMstlde n Btctaaecs woum aisruar; ir loots her la the lacs. LaeaMos has to oar. wer. u ne sjw-nas ax an. I laaprropilatn way. 7fcrs strikes op a merry tune: ' Koair ssakes hia irroan: X Ttxceor mocJdcsr laashter seems To osd la error tone; "Bo! Bar remarks the fiendish flute: Bo! bo!"" the deep trombone! AmshrriM now to speak Wish eks-jacsice and wic His es-ery word draws smiles or tears, Ortwuaaers alter It: Bwt writaj- Btan in acony More dreadful seems to s.t! Bach BosseBt his sad spirit seems In deeper ceptits to fink: He rata would take a aia of wlce; - (tat noi he may not ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 20 March 1884

CHIEFTAIN. INDIAN Derated to the Interests of the Cltcrekce. Cl'ociRwn, Chickasawf. Scmlaelci. Creek, and nil Other Imlfan of the Indian Territory. YOL. II. NO. 27. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1884. CHIEFTAIN PUILISHINC CO. A PALACE STORE! "ejsi ail eeoparisan the flaest anil eea-pletest store In tbe Indian Territory is that or Wo C. PATTON fc CO., VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY. Ymi ea get ajUda7 job want aad that or the very best quality to be had In the rot a rj. WE KEEP A GENERAL STORE. And a fall assortment of everything wanted by onr customers. OCJt Wtr CIBDJ BETAXTiOT ewitalns an lamcasc stock or every variety of tlic best and mo.t MTTircable Dry tswsfe. I OCK OMTEtSS RPABT03T ya will And the largest Stork or first-class Clotfiinr. Boots, Sho, IlaL, Ladle. atd 6ete' JfaralshlBg 6 fc. While OUR XILLDTERr 9EPXRTSEST to folly ap to the times In all th La!et Sty let snd Fahien. OCr QClItr KPAXTXE3T is nrpfelcwllfa every kind orstaple and Faaey Urjcerics, Floor, Baron,...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 20 March 1884

,.c Thi Mm GhitftaiR, Published Every Thursday by tha ISBIAX CHIEFTAIX PdBUSHISG CO. LBO JLXJWUJf. r.iMt. 1 W 2WP9WS J 8. IT. MBer.. ....BmUcst Xxs?er. ..Editors. VINITA, I. T., MARCE 20, 1S. The reply of the Cherokee dele gation to Executive Document No. 8S, dead y explains the subject to "wiicfc.it refers It is full long for er limited space, but relates to a qaestion or such immediate inter est to all the people o the Nation tht it is inserted, to the exclusion cf articles of a more general char acter. . It is tafortunate for the Nation tfctttaay occasion ever gave rise to ach question, but now, that it is. ap. let it be definitely settled. The ground assumed hy the reply as to the right of the Nation to control her om foads, not oaly under the' Act of CoBgress which appropriat ed tie particaJar fund in contro versy, bat of all other funds, under "treaty stipelatioes with the United States, is clearly correct. This right has heen too long recognized hy eTery fegarfcnent of the ge...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 20 March 1884

GMjUi), !lMQ5f L 5 'J 5 goro- V- H.DA.-V1S, jtf.1 T1X1TA, - EJO.I Calls ywgtlv Hcm4ed to, Jay niche. Spew! ttetioe jiverc Sugirjr a4 diseases of svomcc ai ciuliwa.- I S. J. THOMPSON, ? X)E2STTIStJ VmHa, -- l s TULSA HOUS. C- OWZX, Sssy'ss. tVw Bua aii Vptt FnnTP- TJie bat aeeocamodatioas in to?!; TULSA, I-XJ V. B. URUt. t. J. d LITTLE, JAIWS & C for the Purchase and :alel ISXaieaal 5k Tarit,X.S. P'i BIibraI Advaaeac Jtie Cct- DeJefcrne&e Brc 231 JravUMsHiriieALar- ketPncoI t so WHi, 1W, Li && So T O -v. YDflTA, L T. j Houve, S3gn & Ona- mental Pauatr- V PJLQOTf A STlUlTY. kBhop oa Illinois AscaJppositc Bajrmond's Hardware Stored 19tf .WORCESTER A6AEMY, , JBet iiMec NJCundaU A. Lt Prin. fir Bttt Sfxtc.' , A CtQaadcMaBleteFsralfT-.TjifTHiili. Ui- CI iwical, JwgiBOM, JCaocaftdKia- Fwimm,!!,. Wthf Teat tyK snfe, i FJMFari ZiT Earn, aitate Wire. 4 mitoa am gieiawar iRstr-.ct. loader cultivation - rocmwuTiowe. with . - necessary oMboild ati "By atrtfaoiHy of Act Makntr...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 20 March 1884

o m ISMAIT CHIjSFTADI W. T. XT. ,r yjsrtA. - - ixuiAT TZKiirroBr. T2EE TJSOOffifi'S STOIIT. JU e trala wWrled oa bywood and late. Aaa pk-tireao saouBteki mp, Xm I hud seu.'ed sayri o o 4ji after sanrtwlek sap. lo Seat away f rem this dreary world T .rrI where, bate! sma- Lara's lyric to ranee dew-bnpeariod. Anl ai taut rt cf tains, ' A rtiy aaoJs d-rasMBcr aae and sat assist dowa ta Hn ssadLby bo. AMMnimtr aebBSjaatocbzC 1 isi Mini firm Jkmi waa eo'd reason! hi overcoat, Aarfkaarhss hat oa Ms knee. Wast aa air mK bold he ailbly told Taos earioa tale ta at: I aaee kaew a aaaa srtt a ascrry gait, Jka4 a aatira aar at oaalgt to aeer ssaeaaaes vc iki mast, iflve feextarce. aaraw.atayetak I've an cssprr pater Jswiaainalad; -Xo. ear-reel at has ieaaac scaa soacttascs Are feet eight; lilt iiiiih I Inn II fin fi i f TTi i r r " r I cried, fori ceeklnlwalt. the riddle to aas Qt who was sometimes Bra leec jfci re feet three r T7a tc avssamcr milled a smile sedate, Aad Btanaaard: -Oertatnlr ra...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 27 March 1884

CHIEFTAIN. INDIAN Bcretcd te the Interest f ike Ckcrekcc. Chectaws, Chlckasaws. ScalRelcs. Creeks, and all Olkcr Indiana of the Indian Territory. VHNTTA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1884. VOL. II. NO. 28. OrtWPTAIN PUBLISHING CO. -" k PALACE STORE! Befwri all ewftrim W. 0. PATTON fe VIN1TA. INDIAN TERRITORY. Xm h get aaytklag yw want aad lt or Ok very best qaallly to bo had la the coi n ry. WE KEEP A GENERAL STORE. Aa4 a Ml assertawat of everyhsiae; waaled by oar customers. MTS r MS 9FJUtTXOIL ewtalai C CLSTBOK. BfiPARTXOT yo will Beats' Faralr Umg Sds. While , X&USERT MFAKTSOT Is fally an Btuwvr BirrrET t. vu Ct," HAR&BS6 MFARTXEXT tas a fell Use of SaHcs, Harness and Leather Goods or all kinds. In -CJt ABKiCCLTUKiL IXPLEXEST BEPARTXEXT joh cm ret Wagons Baggies, Plow?, Spring Wagons Etc Cm BAftBWARE MIPARTXEST to well stocked with 5ILs Screws, Chains Hinges, Tinware, Axes Utensils Toolf, k. leawHUtodla tC. .AS6 AS CEEXSWARE BCPAJtTXEST eTcrj variety of Dishes Cro...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 27 March 1884

hi ineiM 13 PabiishKi j .ry Thursday hyihe dlls Chiutaw PtrnMsjjxxG Co. IHflpct S JLsraroix. MiteCS. k WJOBk- .Baria'tc Xaaaffcr, This body convened ialhe Pits. was Lcptj u ua5 sai(1 thc byierian Church at Muscogee I T. ticd down into tho earlh , fire set tled down into tho earth, where it on Thursday evening of last week still Uvcs nnknonn to thc until I nnnnlA Tlin TilnppivfinrA iViPvlnsfc YTXTT,iL T., If.tRCH 27, ISSi. Th dytrina f eminent domain aa.tk nights sovereignty put Jartki&tiwrcfti6 ef committees to Cacfrees i favor of granting fee nSfeads in the Indian a violation of treaty h sthing more than of the principle that , sokes right- It has no force M bwIi, and. no more existence ia feci 1fara.it had when the trcat- iea while disregard it is asserted to tKWt ad justify, were nego tiated. It affords but a flimsy pre- j text fee an act of bad faith and wrof fciac, and is utterly unten able t My principle of law or de ceay. If carried into effect, and ibaTaa ac be chartered...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 27 March 1884

v "V Yixrrx, - - IXD.TEE CmlU ywyily Hmteajot day xr immci of lumen riH4m . J. THOXPSOX, Yite, - C. X. TULSA HOUSE. c. rr 3PxjT:r- "Xew Hoeee and New .Farnitnrp. The beat oas-in town at . TffLSA.LT. 2S v. a. jr. Jr. ra-cnt tcwik. t. J. B-VSIEL. JKTK. LITTLE, lAiyiS & CO., .- J"r the Pwcbsee and gale of IS XaiMMl Sk Twit, X. S. Law's -JIlhvaA JUwHw'XMe on Cos DeJurnette Bros., Iter the Highest Mar ket Price &r Hftfos. Furs, WMi, TaHtw, &c, fcc. i S iSgl o OPIDPEEKr, TDUTA, I. T.- Howt,g & Orna mental Painter- 2gHBJITXX Jl. 3MCIALTT. "fchop ollXnois ATenuo, opposite 2Uyaoa4 's llardwareStore. iatt WOtttSTER ACADEMY, cr. JmmktJC CWoIIX X-, Frin. A m &.iy,Scltf Aftdl a plotc Facility- Enslish, CUoniwil,3MTiea, Music and Kin- Sank 37, 1S. Ti CMfeiciKS & hiiers. By aeny sf "An Act Making jaa Aptmyiiiinoa to Build Court - Hoasw," -re, Uic committee, will 3ct.tv.liie fewest end best bidder, n Slinky, April 12th. 13S4, the otttraet to bailu Coowcescoowee Coart-HoBse n...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 27 March 1884

t r- H. NMAH CMEFTAIE ,- YUHZA. - EKHJOTTEKSITOKr. rJUr SHOP-GLBLS SC2&J.YREST. cmstmailtkHc eofitalnliHca narrow cot, aefcaar.ataaata.aa'lafcw articles of nccea-ir- liata Xear aaatalsst. Enter a girl jaoerfr hm. aed iKag.xring -shltt facafwe. At taot T Bone, aa eh I se tired, toed, UreS So verydeatat X3 votk, wurfc, work, tin one has neither Mi'iitkla aer e"ren brcsta. Jfcat ttta lftSaeawaay. acre wr UtU pcacc MwA : I can fesre.au 65- nyteir, a good Mar AJtuisauleiewrekrve counted, granted on - sats imlw hoar: laat tfeowet atoac Imm keptrae np. alone rare aetteinnr S tana aH the sreary work, to Ure throngs slays oyi'caod. So tared. turd, and longing; prayicat lor a aaaaayrest. Her? isssy oanle: there's my little, bed. so a tut aad nice TeaTso dear o ate, you little cot. Just now above aH pr-eo: Aad aaee vaea 1'a Is bed m sleep, and sleep wase aavstpyseat. . War lacs tired, so tired, aad want a Ions; tons attaaayresr. I aasat to e. no deaut. but I'm. not hunsry lo fete feast. Am...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 3 April 1884

" J1 INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. Beveled te the latcrcsU aftke Chcrolcei, Ckectawa, Chickasaw. Semlnelc. Crecki, ami all Otkcr IrtdlaHs ef tke iHdlaa Territory. VINITA, BIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1881. YOL. n. NO. 29. CHKFTAIN -PUlLWHIKCrCO. k PALACE STORE! Bert &M eeafftrfeea tie teest aed emffetest store 1 the Iadlaa Territory Is that or W. O. PATTON fe C0.9 VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY. Ye cm get a jthiHg- jm vrast ad that or the Terr best quallt j to be had la the coi n ry. WE KEEP A GENERAL STORE. Asda Tall tssKteat ef eTerythJag; waatedby oar easterners. Cat Ml" 6MK MPJLRTXE5T cwtalas as taawase stack rf every ranety or tlie best and most serviceable Drj tToodJL Jst SUK CLSTHUSe 1MEAXTXEXT yea will Bad the krjest StoLkor Mrst-claw Qotlln?, Boob, Shots, llaL, Ladle j' atd tte'Fanikia7 6M4s. While MJK XLLLUWKT KEART3B3T. is faUy te theUatu Iaaii tho Latest Sly lei and Fashicn. CK CEIir BCPAITXEST is rjte wilh every kii or Staple aadraswy Groceries, Floar, Bacoa, Canned Good?, KI X...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 3 April 1884

Tte Mm GKriMk L Ewrr Thwsday by the IlBMAK CWHTTArS PUBLISHING Co. JL3CXUAC W9LW .Tt JwSRj . -winter... XItsS. ...BiihM Xaaser. "VBttTA, I. T., APRIL 3, 1S84. f Tire reply flf the Cherokee Dele gation to Congressional Document JTov M, whick appeared in the Cnanrjuxtwe weeks ngo, is re- wM. W sefiio of our Shawnee chiaen as not presenting a correct sUtenstiat of facts, and thereby do ins; Hum lnjTr-tirr The agreement L Hiiro mi tfce Cherokces and Shaw bmc. if which the latter were in ccry iwU i to tive Cherokee Xa tiosi, w3 B9eletwcen them Jane 7A, ISW, in Washington, by H J). (ck nd "fHlHam P. Adair repre Mptin tfce Cherokees,and Graham JtogMC tad Charles Tucker rcpre eptiisg Ae Shawnees, It wasap ptowi. by fte President of the United Btatca, June 9th, 1SS9, tut V t railed by the Chero k Katioeal Council for two or Ikn jee, asd ratil the arrival pf the auuraees in this country TOavfa fee Mwasure final. The tersaa and conditions of the grtriwHif irr specifically set forth. On their f...

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

B. E. FORTNER, PMdmiiSlFfNii' f OFFIC1 Wkk Dr S J.Thompson tndMimg TiyteiiaH. isitx, - "- ' Calls 9iftlf atteaced to, nay or aiffeu Jgocial a-tsentlOB gieu u Surgery Mid diseases of women Mid children. S. J. THOMPSON. YInite, -" - - c- x- TULSA HOUSE. C. UINXX, Strop's. j-Sw Baaae and New Esrniture TnebeataceeaWKxlations in town it reasonable tes. TULSA, I. T. 22 Local Sews. W. O. IKTLS8. -sr. v. jabvm. .VCJLVC TCWIS". T, J. DAXIEX- LITTLE, JWIY1S fc CO., -Gnmswi MvelNiS' For tbe PiRMet aI Me of IS Naial YwA, JLS. Lis LibelAavaeJlade o Com--Kgnmeats. DeJarnette Bros., 1 -2 -co Pay the Bigfeest Har ks ftsae for Wm4, TaHiw, 2EUJbJdLXSr, YIX1TA, L T. House, Sign AOrna mental Painter- jrovn msrdk x araniiax -Jfaop wlllfaMisJhTCMe, apposite TiCwtaciifsfclitfers. By authority of "An Act Making Houses," 3f, the comaiittce, will let, to theloweat! "best bidder, on Saturday April 13th. 1SS4, tie -contract W fcwW wecscoowee Court Hmeapsnteite. The rihttoeMtaynt all bids is Tovrrpi. The commit...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 3 April 1884

IXDIAS GIIIEFTMFJ TOWTA. - - XXBU3T TZXHITORr. ttiSTXI FLOTTKSS. Had heSc raae taao Beater mora, and t aas aad aad W7 ot tae thlna- of line: Hac a sala 1 Ust tae Aaacl choir tiiat uny. sa nortest ajtwoay. so their sweet chitae: Jkatf MM taeir tssef ul Botes sealed on. ustn Ike saeeets aal tae Held, sad all toe air. ware atted was mtHuc ol tae Bactv bells. -aa master bowcm were hbrnin ercrr aan'B. Aad atMsttaeierQaa rlaaiae of tiobeHs 1 at te low. aweet volar of the Far 6sd eca aiswt a them a lonsue to afmaai She heart that cases In this sad world of Aad stitt taar mmiuul, UU mln ear did Jam Bag imlllin pe-an of tae feaypr belli. .Aad 1 stooped low, that L nits-fat hear ones te marr that a simple floWret tell. "I haer that re are Mefct and beantlfo.- -a- Ul'ened; -Aad jots accl breath doth wake i of nm. and bind anew Haas of taeurtif s electric chain: e iHad ae of ae loTed and kC and Jojrs Jbac hoses of dajrs Oct were too Incut fcj childish faith that be could save us, I and humored ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 10 April 1884

s- INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. Berated te the Interests af the Ckerekecs, Cfeectaws, Cfclckasaws, SeralKeles, Creeks, and all Other Indian of the Iaalaa Terrltery. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1884. YOL. n. NO. 30. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. b A PALACE STORE! Beys a ewfis tfce feet a ctetest store hi tie Ias Terri.sry Is Uut or W, C. PATTON fc CO., VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY- Tss 8tTlBg:xHTrBt&a4 that eftteTery lest aaallty U be hadia tlie co:h ry. WE KEEP A GENERAL STORE. Ai a fkll tswrtaeat ef ererjitoff wle4fcr r customers. tCR JWT CSSBU WEPAKTXETT rnnfiini aa Iwaease stock ef eTerj rxrlctj of the best and most s rrlceaMe Drj WW t CLWK156 MFAXT3DE5T yon -win 14 tfce krgest Sleek ef Irst-cl-ss CWjIht, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Lsdtoi' axd Seats' teatehfag C d. White tCX X&LDOKX BtfliTXETT is fully f to toe Uatsi la all tin Latest S-ty let and Fashion. CfflieCEKYPJJtnCESTtawpfeteTTlUieTerTkliftrSt?!e4FHwr Groceries, Flour, Bacon, CasHed Geeds, Crackers, Cheese, He. UK KUQ1S8 B...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 10 April 1884

Tfci Mm iMmt PtabSabed Every Thursday by the 1kiax Carxnvox Pcbushisg Co. . frc investigate q$U cliargcs 0 flSO THR JLX3T.TJS2. J against ex-Longressinan l'murps; The Glebe-Democrat of SL Louis, them Low to cure snrli persons, as Mo., contains a dLjntch iron! Ft. also bor to cure all diseases. Smith, Ark.. April 5Ui, which states' Crazy persons WGre supposed to he possessed with the devil, or af-i Va. 1. 1m, J.-fCSeracrs. i G. W. XHter Baslaess Sauajrer. . .Editors. flictcunll the Xanshi j NrjgsAWi (if Pine Log.) ja VINITA, I. T., APRIL 10. 1SS4. The Mormons arc pairing some endeavors to get foothold among the .Cherokecs. Thev are scatter ing circulars over the country, and have two or three missionaries here. "We publish, this week,, the resol'a tioes of the Presbytery of tho In dian Territory relating to them. The Mormons ara going to find the Cherokecs shrewder than they expect. They can see the fanati cism nnder the pretense of religion. To call a thing religion is not going to ...

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