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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 7 November 1889

v . . Ji - nai- j . ' chf (j2 ".' i Indian Chieftain c1pl.0 Xwr Xr Is, AAv8. TlN I'thui UillrtTH I'uri.nnixuCouiMxr, M. X. MlLfOKHi JUMjrrr. VmifA, Inn. Tkm., Nov, 7, 1880, r b UroV the outside of tlilfl paper Trill Ito fount some Interesting nutter upon tho subject of the Cherokee flrip, ISIiJfl. ,,L-!l1.1 W Tim Frlico railroad lias nbont arranged for a lino to Kansas City, Tlicy will build from Nevada In, to which point they tmve already nccurodn Hue. Gov. ShalMvooii, of the Choc Ihvt tuition, ,1ms rocommendod to Ms council that n commission bo nrrntcil to incut Hint on part of the United States which is now nt Tuhlvqunli. Cot., John O'Dav, gonornl man ager of tho Frisco, line prepared a bill which ho will nsk congreis to pais, chartering a number of now rnilrond lines in this territory, ono of which is to pass through Tali luijunh. Tho colonel mutt man ago to miss tho old town mile or two nt lonst, for wo cannot think ol hnving our nntionnl capital depop ulated, and a railroad wo...

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 November 1889

K.mLX.TmsMmm.f mm L1- . ""Ad rt Endian Chieftain. IVinita, Ind. TrUt., Nov. 7, 1889. Lel Xallroad Tims Tablet. MHSOGIU, XAMJASaTKXAS. Q0I50 SOUTH, ' Xo. I, M. V. T. Kxtirete AHUIYK 4:6a.na S:gp.m IHtfAIIT. 4l05e.HI. SitKp.aa. n, a. i,h.i.Bx o.liroKoartt. ADRITK. I tllPAUT :tt.m. titftam IBilAp. ml 10:18pm tills m. f illtpm y. 4.T. Bt.L.it lll'b.i No. 1, Me. Ke Tex tk Xe.M, freight end eeeom tr.LOUIt HAN rHANCHCO BAILWAT. aoiKO nit IU. fram St. I.. I Talea, AnalVB, 11.45pm, Ililoam. IttUsra. nnvaiiitn OOlrO KAtT. Atearamee'attea I ...... . I sioopm. AUml.fc I BtnlTt tl Louie etnreti Iliiop.m.l liMpra, Through coach front At. Louie to Tnlaa. '-H.f J .U - , ! TIXITA CBl'BCH IBSCTOBr. VI. X, Church Booth I.. W Rivers, peetovi abkelh tehool at I0:ooa. m.t preaching at 11 ra id4 7 p m prayer meeting every Wed. eider evening. Comrannton service every flrtt Sunday, Freihylerlan Church W I,. Bqnler, paiteri preeealnr every Sanday at II a.m. and 7 p. m t Sunday school at 10 a, m. prayer nnt l...

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 November 1889

rf't .",.' '- "U '" V ,1 a Cj aaaJaaaaataaaaaaalalaaaaa J ' - - i mm iMiMTinTiir rw-aTT iti ii '"itti i n irn mnn imin iilmir m r n n mn - 0 a (V . H fl J . i" K 7 u tM MMOCm. I THC OUTLET. ' I , aWjjfJW Wersaem H Her IMnvhter Taken ta Ksmaas rrow Mlc-hlsran Charred With JwU of (b4 Notorious Bender rawest?-, j WciiaUa.Mo Not. l-Dopuly Sheriff 1. K. Dick, of Odnojro, Latatto County, Kn.t arrived In tho city yesterday Afternoon tram N'llett, Mich., hating In eharjrt Mm. AlmlrA Monroo nnd her daughter, Mr. ElUa DavIa, of Lansing, alleged members of tho famous Mender jjanjr ol murderers and outlaw's. Tho jiatty remained In tho city upward of three hours and departed for Oswego oror tho Missouri, Kansas & Tcxus at sight. Mrs. Frances H. McCann, of Topeka, Kan., aeromuanled tho party. Accord Injl'to her slbry her father was murdered in tho homo of tho ltcndcrs, and sho has never toileted tho story that old man man llender, his wlfo nnd Kato, tho daughter, had been killed In tho Indian...

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 November 1889

iSatoti&$F4 PJSSSf'VSE'-PJ o A THE INDIAN ? " ..,.:,, ..,... ...Al.jJK , Kp CHIEFTAIN fcu .' P "ti&Jas !efi88W8HpBflC2 $ l r? . t &t r M i ftj f CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO, tThoi. Blujaoket ftt t N(m Lint if SkftrC mnI Fancy firactriM. QUEENSWARE, TINWAHE. fruits and Vegetables Always V Kept In Stack. Jltrl decorlptloni of Country Fro, ' duo, iuoludlng HIdei, Fun, Uaael Woolboughtand told. Giro Mo a Oall.- dEC. BALENTINE (KAST BIDS OB" TRACK) Staple & fancy Groceries Flour, Foed & Provisions. 'Makes & specialty of ril kinds Vegetables and oi TJonntry Produce of Erery Description. Xare la addition to the Keoda named a line el aiiaae wir wsa.newere. i-arucmar at teatlea called U taa took of Tebaocea aad alien. jr. a?. GHjjNra?.xait LIVERY, FEED AND SALE Good Bigs at Reasonable IUtea I HORSES BOARDED -t By the day or woek. Careful attention given to all tock entrusted to my keeping. 'Stable on Wilson Street, j. - (tttOl Miller's hardware store. T. 1IERMA5, Ohetopa....

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 November 1889

uraMJes.. "" ulMH ..&. HK--.MM t-k.lUl .JUtntiei I. 4K.-VIM 0 .!. - iJt tN t. V ! . . -KtttfM.r V IHI ,4 '.4 .All r ". '-. fS"Wi - - ' Iilll(kiiiitfiiitiiiiiiiafcifiihw4iiifi,l I- c- co flttkaitti(il if I IV a." R& lMMlWllliinii)",r"i"T7pmi-TTiTiir i t - ' U1IJJJ HJ-- , Indian Chieftain. 4HUH3 )Pmt Tr fat AA-ra. f nbllahed TtinrS'lriya .y Tent tw Cftntmi JVMMHtoCorAkTi M. X. SIWWtM, Mmmircr. VimitA, Ixn. Tkk.7 Nov. 14,1889. Thkkk's Wen a terrible tempest in (ho 'fahlcqnah teapot. Oxl.Y nlno por cent, of the oik tries of tli (J Kingfisher land office, Oklftliomn, nro under contest. TtlK chief 0:1 6110 sido, tho com wlssioiiera on another nnd tho pco jlo on ft third. Stiroly this is na fonnidnbio a triangle as Hint of the Cl.in.na.gael which disposed of Dr. Cronin, in Chicago. Cor,. W. bnck Into last woek. ClIIBPTAIN A. I'liir.t.trs ventured ttio Cherokee nation As n vicitor Tim welcomes tho colonel. but a visitor and n national attor ney arc two different things. Waiire.'0. S...

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 November 1889

fiavis Mill A? Clb. have, a foil aupply of Parlor and Kitchen furniture, coffins and caskets, M o . cr i !tf fndian Chieftain. inita, Ind. Tun., Nov. 14, 1880. Looal Railroad Time Table-. MtlSOURt, KANSAS A TEXAS. (ioikci sotrril. AMIIYX :0Kn.m fl:p.m nxrAiir. siftaa.m. g:8i.m. Ifo, 1, H. K T. Express ko. S, Hlllli'l St.L.&T.Kx oemo NORTH. IAIIHITX. Bitta.m. IIKrART 10:111pm OilApm fi. 1. Mo. K tTti ex MOilftu. m Xo.M, freight end eccom ila m. SBT.LODIS SAN fRANCISCO RAILWAY. OOIHO WJMT. Fr.t, from St.ii. to Tulsa, AttniTK. ll.llpm. Milium. nxr-airr. ll'.Upm. rAeaomtnMimon ,. ooirn east. DicrAnT, Areommedetloa . .. . liOnpni. SA. Louis evpresa ..S:10n m.jSrWpm Throng U coach from St. Lome to Tnlsa. T1KITA CIIUlttH DIBECTOBr. it. X. Chnrch South I.. W Illvers. pastorj Sabbath school at 10-noa. m.i preaching at II a. ra and 7 p.m. I prayer meeting every Wed nesday evening. Commnnlon service every Srst Sunday. Presbyterian Church W t.. Squtcr, paitor) preaenlng every Sunday at It 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. — 14 November 1889

)? ?mas ijpf ??T - -- wnMl wMtWtMS!raf!g! "m, r' v fm?:m ' r 4 LvVf &J 'j '1 t . i i Xi. PV 4. ?fr m ! nsmiHiiiltttion WrtMsMwe bwm '.JilT wj"1" " ftiil 11 (1)0 MTl Of MM JJMJJjrMte ms utters a a 4 Agates pMa ST! THt! WENALtY 0' POLISH. trier etnMr's homo f torn board In' school ( She liven Ihrrt now Hires year ut thirties she's Icnrnt ft beln' there, fltrfko me as mighty n,necr I Somehow wa don't do nottiln' right Irteiliwy Ann an' me- Tboush Hiildy nevrt noticed this afore film went away, ytiu . I'm b'.Owcd don't b'llcvo tlio cash r rW to males hif bright, Mnlnt yrtill-nlgh land n dunco o her An,' invbbo It has qultol tt.6 ays, wo tnuan't cat out lond, An' forks nn' knivr shouldn't clash) An' forks want mado tor atlrtln things, Jf or knives for catln' bush, An' then wo innsnt "foiip" onr tea Or ponr It out tho cop) Ko Matter It It burnt our months, An' loinjnes en' palates npl Jfcr ninst we ever "snap" our food As hoptoads do a fly, Unt put tilings alowly In our mouths. Then c...

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 November 1889

vwr v & ; THE INDIAN W CHIEFTAIN "v.. Dnvotqd to the Interests of tho Cherokee, ChoctHws, ChlckRiawf ,8cmlnoIcs, Creeks, and nil Other IikUhmii jf the Indian TerrHtury. 2JJL o CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1889. VOL. Vttl. NO. 11. H. r iT i 1 1 - Sf 4S :m t. iiWt los. Bluejacket -)Eat of TAor( a Nice Lino of Staple and Fancy Groceries. 1EENSWARE,- TINWARE. rrults and Vegetables Always Kept In Stock. L&ll descriptions of Country Pro-. uuce, including Hides, Furs, and Wool bought and sold. "Give Mo a Oall." !H. BALENTINE (BA8T .SIDE OF TRACK) Btk Oonv u, mna til EVANS-SNIDER-BUEL CO. (lXOORrORATEO) eUOOBBSOR TO HUNTER, EVANS A CO. CAPITAL 8TOOK, - - - f$200,000. KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS, I'MSftWfllrMSVrBJlBa! KAN8A8.0ITY. MO. I i'&X?2i!C"aa' "" lu "urEr' UNION STOCK YARDS, Corre$pondenco alwayt ha CHICAGO, ILL. I prompt attention. NATIONAL STOCK YARDS, OT. CLAin OO., ILL. LIVE STOCK ffiMMKfflE Attention! Stockmen and Farmers. tach...

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 November 1889

O IS. h& p tit ISBBWKlBBBKBWwSMi .tfST v WffiSPF Ufa """"""'f"''l,l''"!,!T??,,TT!?,,,!!I'?J Indian Chieftain. zr -r .n fil.tSO 7?mx Tour lit JLdva.ja.ee. , 1'flblUhrd Thimdaje by Tit Iinlai Cmrrratf rcaLttniMi CourAKr, M. E. XiXt'OKH, Mnimsor. Vixit,, INI). TKn., Nov. 31,1880 Two or fout delegates to Wnsh ington, is tlio quostion which the nuthoriticB nro considering. Ono or Uono would bo llio Verdict of tho people, if thoy could bo heard from. A modification of tho liny law is emphatically insisted upon by tbo people of Coowecscoowco and Dclawaro districts at the handi of council and their wishes aro like ly to bo complied with. A 8 in nil royalty will probably bo enacted perhnpB ton cents n ton. . The Downing party of Dcla waro district is threatened with the loss of ono of its bright and ehining lights, in tho person of S. S. Stephens. Since Judge Adair's nomination and confirmation as stewnrd at tho fomalo seminary Spcnco's flng is at hall mast. It is not a national attorney...

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 November 1889

. W. ff ' fravis Hill & do. hae a full supply of Parlor" and Kitclien Furniture, coffins and casfcei. MteMaiBWaHsIr ' Indian Chieftain. V;nita, Ind. Ter Nov- 21,1889. Local Railroad TIrao Tablet. MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS. aoixa sooth. AIU1IVB 4:04a. m oiwp.m DXrAIIT. :0sa.m. SiMp.m. Ma. 1, II. K. A T, Kepreei No I, llinb'l Bt.L.AT.K-, 0811IU KOBTH. I ABftlTlt. I DBrAHV No. 4, T.St. L.ft If "hex :M.ra. Sitsem No. S, Mo. Ks ftT.x ex 10:lAp. i. lOilsrm Vo.M. freight .id aceom :! m. tiltpm T.LOUIS & SAN FRANCISCO RAILWAY. SOIKO WMT. AI1DITE. I UltrART. ll.fUpm. llitopra. Illlosm Xx. frees St. L. to Tnlee, Aoo,ommodatlon aoiro bait. IABH1VB I Dl taty m. I t BSt. toiUe'ioTnl DBrABV. tt Lnnls express inpm. AlHWUIVXIIa ... Through cosek front upm. a. yimta cnur.cn BiftKcroar. v rrk.t. land. V. W ftlv.r. i, peitori .1.. ., 1 1 Sabbath achou! (110.00. m. pr-eeli . m iidlnn t nrav.r meetlne1 evere Wed nesday evening. Communion service every SW nrst aunucy. Presbytsrlsn Church W T.. Squle...

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 November 1889

n . ,ISiMmli&S W ' .TwSHHHIBSr 3TO.- '"" MHLW , '.V ' C Q 8 'laaaE" " 1 D amissaaaaaaa.aaaaw. VA1jTJJ3 OF GBEAT MEN. AlrOU Bon Adhom Is Movftd 'to T11 ft Story with n liornt iHoit bn ad- IIHM, tho inn Ipclan, was slt ting under his own Vino anil flg trco, in front of his tent lu New Jorsoy, one bright morning In May, Abou vmlatm ndmlr oblo fromo of mind. Us had killed tno life in- Ylftrtffwi surnneo solicitors v .WIVjuW he day boforc v uju ho had subscribed tor tho last book that had been put Into "o liasils or canvassers, so ho had a fair pros pect for a quiet da;. Ho was musing on llfo, nnd trying to solvo that Rroat problem, wherein ho was dolntr a most foolish thine. for lit Is a riddlo which will solvo Itself It you wait long enough. Tho solution can bo hastened somowhnt by lato suniicrs and whisky, but it will como to all, cooner or later, without theso or any other nlds. Wlso ns AbOU was, It novcr occurred to him thai if thero bo a futuro bo would know it In time, nnd If ...

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 November 1889

jgygygg oi o a CHIEFTAIN. Devoid to tho Intoroits of tho Ohorokcos, Choctaws, ChlckHtawt.Somlneloi, Crock, am. all Other Indian ef the Indian Torrllery. r THE INDIAN 8P K . i . 1 1 . . i . i . i i .... T i 1 1, - i - . i ... ..- Hr I CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. PMWMMMMMMBMWMBHWMMMHMMMMa ei a a MWW I Thos. Bltuejacket E )Eat or Taox( Ma ii Nina I Inn rtf Rtanla anrl . I lh.r Jnformtion IncMtait w 111 bujueok will b. lnJwi Fancy Groceries. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1880, VOL. VIII. NO. 12. H&9 a Nice Lino of Staple and Fancy Groceries. QUEENSWARE, -TINWARE. Fruits and Vegetables Always Kept In Stock. iA.11 descriptions of Country Pro-, duco, including Hides, Furs, and Wool bought and sold. "Give Me a Oall." EL BALBNTINB ' (BAST S1DH OF TRACK) EVANS-SNIDER-BUEL CO (IKOORFORA.TKO) 8U00I8S0R TO HUNTER. EVAN3 A OO. oaktaTj BTOcar, - - - aoo,ooo. vi'Acie niTV eTnrir visin. iirysAnovAOTivE experience inti.. (! . I lh.r Jnformtion tncMt.it w lb. favum will I Cach Ofti...

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 November 1889

1 jrV iM felv tl T rr'llllHPwwS -jlju hzssJSHK,MjMiMi& Tiffiwli8wiLi.i.i!E-ii J2.4I 1 0 M& a W T r Indian Chieftain. 8UnO Xer 'Taox Itt Advanoc. - i 3 rnbll)itl ThnwUr ly Inn )nu CnirrrM PtiatiiiiiwiCnjirAXT, u ' r" M1LF0RI)' Vikita.'Iwp. Tun., Nov28,1869. The prosent would bo just Uio best limo In Hie world lo wipe out tho unjust permit tax. Pn, Hicks, of St. Louis, prophe sies slorms during December for the following days: 2nd, 3rd, 4th; 12th, 13lh, Mth; 2Ilh, Mill, 26tb, 27th. That Williamson-Blair proposl tion has tho decided savor of a "back number." Tho less timo watted on Willlamson-Ulair, cl at., the better. Who guarantees that bid, anyhow ? Tiir selection oTJvsdge" Wyly s editor of tho Advocators In many respects a good one. The judge has tho ability to publish a usoful and readable paper and if ho pos sesses the "courago of his conric tions," ho will do so. TiiANKsaiviso day; in ordor that there may bo a full comple ment of blessings for which to bo thankful Tit Ch...

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 November 1889

J' I Davis Hill ft? Co. liav-HffnTOflfWl! AT IIII1I3III 1 illllM I. SI. I II I --jw w-..- - -- sevu-w SSSV 'I ! I II ' . . .Wtll.MH. Vikita, Inb. Tnit., Nov. 28,1889. t' , ...., :.j ', j Local Railroad Time Tablet. MISSOURI. KANSAS A TEXAS, ootxo ioutii. Ho. I, If. K A T. Kxprete No. I, llenb'l St. I.. AT Ex AllKIVS 4:Wa.m 6-M;i r. llXrAHT. :OSa m. gn.ip.m. naiKOKonrii. Ne. 4,T. 81.Ii.ft lll'bsx No. 1. Mo. Ki A Tex ex Ne.M. frtlght and acrom AnillVK. lilia.m. lO'tllp. m Villa di. nxrAHT Siiiam loiinpm tslftpm BT.LOrU A SAN rilANCISCO HAILWAY. noino wit, Kt. trim St. I, to Tnlia, Accommodation . . Anmvx. ll.Mpm. lliloam DXTAItT. 11:10pm. antra sait. It Louit expre.it Ateotntnodttlon .. Through coich from Ht ; Axmrx I oumi It. LoltlltOTItlia. 'AHT. ipm. m. TIXITA CIICIICII DlttKCTOnr. It. K. Church South I.. W Wren, paitort Sabbath lehool el 10:00 a m I preaching at II a. m end 7 p. m prayer mw tine every Wed ntaday evening. Commurlon tervlce every nril Sunday. r-reihTttrian Church W....

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 November 1889

$?, ij8HBww? rWwr' " "T" v--?jvu 'iuwih r - LlP'J!pw,,!VpWy!' rm ' -----"t- -- i o 0 , . . - - --- - - -----. .- - - L r .... . . . TrrC CMMLER'SAJU K1UR cm m itoot tvfon me ay ran ram I Hand nd look toy ora y(iaaaes through. Knowing fall noun I most glr U tM Ifhosi To mnkfj k kellany feast, without adol And, oh, nitmtlUh, t ar4feeUnbt Tor in rooming psper I hOTo f oand That brat class turkeys cow bring eighteen rents per pound I What (bough Ihs landscape, bright about me Ileal VTrint though, the ran Its golden nectar spills! What though th tow In somber beauty Dies Into the patUo glory ot the hlllaJ Mr old an Moray has got the ehlllat I know that soon I'll be stuffed full of (ago. And that Is why my tear bjdow the printed page. My wattles Boon will light the old h heap) My pinions aoon will make a kltohea brush, A eubtlo sadness aeta me all a-erocp. Hero In tho boiom ot the twilight hash I S"o the beauteous maid In crimson plush J .such at tho feast In most exultant tone, U'bllo wi...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 5 December 1889

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. Jto Dovotcil to the Intercuts of the Chorokcci, Choctaw, CrilckniRW,Scmlnolcs, Crocks, and all Other Indian of tho IndlHn Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1889. VOL. VIII. NO. 13. rpTT JB JLa JH-i Thos. Bluejacket )Eaht of Tiuck( Hat a Nice Lino of Staple and Fancy Groceries. QUEENSWARE,- -TINWARE. Fruits and Vegetables Always Kept in Stock. till descriptions of Country Pro- duco, including Hides, Furs, and Wool bought and sold. "Give Me a Gall." EVAMS-SNIDER-BUEL CO., 6U00B8SOR TO HUNTER, EVAN 3 A OO. OArjfTAXi STOCK, - - - COO.OOO. KANSAS CITY STOCK YABDS, I '.KftTOi!ftT;MJISaS.,tMIa5 JlKWBM! KANBAd OITY. MO. I VSiSStaJS" "" -" wurK tmS Each Ofliei In thargo ot a UNION STOCK YARDS, Com$pontfenct alwayi ha mtmbte of tho company, CHICAGO, ILL. I prompt attention. ,!$. NATIONAL STOCK YARDS, ST. CLAIR CO., ILL. ttlREOTORS &f LTANVtdnt. U.TJiXTrX. Pll'ft. r. .W.rLATO.a. it. -. nun, v t-MVMi&lrr'T' jtM i m nivn...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 5 December 1889

1. tf M i M Y? Indian Chieftain. epLQO Jax Yoar In. Advanoe. I I'lltillihtil Tlmrmlnyii by Kit If man uitiRttAit rcLiiiiinii CfwrAtY, X, r SILFOUI), JUnnger. v7frrA7TNi7TEH., Dec75, 1881). Mn. TW.KWI0NI5, have you heard hny'thing about Judge Brewer in iiio last day or two ? His decis ions, it seems, aro regarded highly enough to got him a scat upon tho mi promo . bunch of the United Stales. Hay can hereafter bo shipped upon payment of 20 cents a ton, royalty. Now if tho railroads would rcduco their charts about 35 n car the towns in the mrthcrn part of tho nation would do con siderable business. The fiftyfirst congress asem Mud last Monday. Tho house or ganircd by electing officers as fol lows: Speaker, Thomas B. Heed, tf Muinc; clerk, Edward Mcl'hcr honof Pennsylvania; sergoant-at-nrms, Mr. Holmes, of Iowa; door keeper, Mr. Adams, of .Maryland; postmaster, Mr. Whoat, of Wis consin; chaplain, Rev. Win. II. Millburn. Tho "blind-chaplain" is the only democrat reelected. Mr. CnrliHlo w...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 5 December 1889

WW 1 2.. i'J Indian Chieftain. Visita, Ind. Tkii., Df.o. C, 1889. Local Railroad Tlmo Tablet. MtUOUIlf, KANUSATEXAS. 001.10 IOIITM. 1. M. If A T. ETIlTMt AIIIIIY 4 :. m o-SPp.m nrrAUT. 4:osa.m. n:Sil.m. 'No I, llanb'l flt.I. AT.Ki aoiKaKonnt. He. 4.T. 8t T. A lll'bex .Vo. i. Us, K. T ex Ne.M, freight unit accent AHMVK, imrAiiT lt!4A Atn IDtinp. ml loi'Am rw.m. viiii m. minpm ST.l.OUH.t SAN FltAXUISCO ItAIIAVAY. 1IOIKO WItt. Be. from Ht.I.. to Talis, AceeinmnJatlon tmuvit. I I' ilpin. II Warn iiartiiT. IMQpm. ooirn kait. St.Txiulievnre. IAUItlVK I IIKPA1IT. 3:.W.m.l :l.lpm. I StUpm. tcli from it. Iritis to Tula. Aaoinmodatlon Through coach TIXITA til Gil til IIIUKCTOnr. U. K. Chnrch Snnlh Ij. W tllvera, paetnri Sabbath tehool at 10:00 a. m.i preaching al If a m and 7 p. m prayer meeting every Wed neadey evening. Commnnlon lervlce overy aril Snuday. Preabyterlan Church XT I. Bqnle r, pa.tnrt prcachlngeTary fnmliy at II a. in nml7i in Hnnrtay ncliool at 10 a. m I prayer meet ing Thnrei...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 5 December 1889

ammmsmaEfmmmwmm 5 f- : i ;i !'c Ir s ra OUiiroKNIASlK!t NFOItT 8ew Vha Goldon Stato Turns Oat n Kbsad on ft Fla Hunt. ' to-. IrtM' Feellro Raiorback and Hll ear ret Antlee Anr ArU'xxirntlo Oars Jw Mi Welcomes nRtch.-llliwled Ttm. )ii hot An Argonant'a Eprlenc A. recnIW r-xxfuet That fladdene WhlU 11 WnllTenf -in Kntlre SUt. UCII has Dccn writ ten about Iho pccvllar bcaultai rf California, It hi been no often extravagantly pralaod that many ploto.ro it ns a un-llt ndett. In 'which the fttfMM ol discontent is rarely found) Vrtiero the wicked cease from troubling and tho weary nro at rest. Out, n uual, tho story has two sides, Let us boar both of them. Ilocontly a railway car filled with nil man' nerof luscious fruits, raro woednnnd fair (lowers. Vom this enticing land of lWah was rilled thro-tgh tho EaaU 11 was esllcd "California on wheels." In every city whoro this uiilqno exhlblllon tarried for n day or two crowds visited the delightful collection of wonders from I ho UoldenWcst Cha...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 12 December 1889

'- - Devoted to the Intercut of tlio Cherokee, Choctnws, Clttcknnws,8omlnoici, Crocks, and nil Otlior I milium of the Indian Torrltorj'. CHIEFTAIT PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1889. VOL. VIII, NO. 14. I . t - - . . , . ,. . i ' (r J ' '' ' ' 1 ' ' " '' , . , . ii .. .1 I . L ' ... M l.lil )l I I I . .'' '" - - 1 t fe-? i- mm I i mwija u mmn 9 C UISi. V NB SKIXNL'It, RATCMF & CO., Agents DAVIS, ,HlL'L A CO," i Dealers In GENERAL MERC!! HISE! Second door west of Frisco Hotel, Yinltn, 1. T. Wo wish (o call jcir attention to our Hue of DRY GOODS AND CLOTHBWC. A largo and elegant stock, bought for cash, and will bo sold nt price width will - nstonisu jou. BUUrS AND SHOES. Wo din boast of a boot and shoo stock which In quantity, quality, Mjlo niul price, will bo hard to Mat any n here. Ladle, Ucntlciiicn and Children will find n perfect III. GROCERIES. Our stock of groceries nnd provisions Is fresh nnd complete and you will find ' CTcrythlng clean nn...

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