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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 2 April 1885

V m j , fi' ' J ; 'if ' J OHIEFTAIJS sm":; O-o - -! Devoted to tlio Interests oftho Cherokee, CTioctavs, C'hlckiisitvvs, SomlHolc. Crocks, and nil Other Ih!Ihh of tho iHtllaH Territory o l.i i t i ,Li I J i ' FTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY; THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1885. VOL. III. NO. 29. .-'i J rATTM A Al H aW H' aw au m " dSjsa l H2 jBa- A -aaa-. .aa. ' r- i. ka i i fENT COMMENT. Mju-MAllriV l" rrrtlnff In XWltdob'ogrnphy. . Tpnos of llto Dopnrtmcnt of iMusf ro sold nt auction nt "Wash- Unjjfm other day. r' XL to minlOi wife-boater with thllnilu-s on tho baro buck has t'paho New Jersey Assembly. 4 linn. .Tntptili V. Afrflonnld. rif i Inti, said recently that ho was 'toll ono of tho foroiijn missions, but I'dd it. ? aatsssjasasssstisaaasssassssaaaiassssssaassssissaaBasaat It l'ljtKKirrox w'n killed nt Green- .. At. .. 1.11. I 1 i ...I t.-i WdT nimu irjiui iu niu uui i uu uuuiu wiuiv uii uiu unuis ui II1U ytics while n train n passing. ITilVlNO huco breakfasts to .ycd workl...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 2 April 1885

ns, 'BBjBtBBHjBBnBBBM - " d u: iv. PSi 1( e? C no ft sal S$ kSH r I I'OU xftTftftn I !ll I A if rt 11 1 JXMXjX II.! He I .f it '" ,-" Oe SUur In a Xailef JPawr Tr. Published TJiottdaya by Tw ImnAir Ciimrram rrmMinmn Cohmst BJ.Tliflwi)io & M. K. Miirord, Editors. V1NITA, I. T., AI'IUI, S, 1885 Tub president line reappointed Fcarnon, potmnstrr of Nov York. How mno can tho people be kept in ijjnonmco by thoso who riavo tho power to enlighten them? The death of General Grant is dally expected. His physicians and friends have given up all hopo of iccovcry. Vt'lio is there with tho audacity to deny tho statements mado by McsBrs. Taylor, McCoy and Bell to Secretary Lamar? Im comparison with tho Chero kee administration tho carpet bag government of tho south was spotless as tho frcshly-fallon snow. It takes columns and columns of the Advocate to tell what did not becomo with that $22,500. I to editor, if ho felt disposed, could tell what did becomo of it in two lines. What must tho coun...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 2 April 1885

Mai. P )i i 041 eM I orof ' 1 1 A r t Fidian Ghiof tain. I fVtTA, I. T. APRIL 2. 1885. local Railroad Time Tables. MISSOURI 1'ACiriO RAILWAY. NT- aotxo KU'Tii. f'l..i'aah.8l.I.T Kx. i,M.K AT Kxpreea A-. KIT 4 llOA til .VWp m nrrAirt 4:10a m. II :01p.m. ooixa jiobtii. m - . v a. .... - A-niTF. inisnpm ItHpm. nxrAirr lo.-op.m. I.ltpre.. 1 JiM.K.ft T f Il'T.M. MUMAJSAH FKANC19CO RAILWAY, ooiwa win lannrn. llilopm. 7lpm. from St t.. to Tnlsa. mtrAKT. ll.SMm. .Vrnirnodatlou 001110 X1T AniT 7:Josm DirART. 7 '4.1am, iiDOpm, ,vmroodtlon ,ouls express Pi J. THnwiHini " -w-.mW, DENTIST, Ind. Tor. kUVEKHAQBT, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Offico over Skinner Bros', grocery htore, Vinlta, I. T. Il' ITtlUBlflliB) A mrvoTrtr tr j. t)TTnnrfr v. A ALA A AJAvASlAT IA U ISAAUAJ VAT . VINITA, 0. N. l' Offico rooms up stairs in south end of Skinner Bros', building. TJTKNXT EUPFERT. AJ- rOC-TO, WATCHES, JEWELRY Etc.. skillfully TfPlrd. Anexi hm eler he b.n employed and all i Iifl( I htm will be guaranteed. ....

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 2 April 1885

!SHfe..id.1ifl Wl.kl fetf M . ; it i i- Si I r I jl S 4 I1 tit les ill no CjL v( i:4 til UK 'i, i '"I if ai ff nrtian Clucftam. compel) i rn A llZJU .J.r8rte.X X ,Ktr.rOBB, Editors. ..VINJTA, . INDIAN TpimtTOTtY 'NOT HEHEJ HE IS RISEN." Thorn sra for mo In H the srorM one grave. Ana In IhotOoir end allcnt apnt there Ujr 11 1 hart fomlly lnrv ana called mjr ownt Ami life aeemca hosr u dark and lonoaorab way. ttnade that quirt rrnvo a sacred thrine. I boot nr footsteps thither hour by hour, I gathered blossoms titim to wavo It fair. And with mx tours 1 watered every flower. Pons the daya went on,th(it grassy rnoSnci A frrr hnwrr of f ri inijrrnni ncamjran , and perfumo all eautjr aocmed t v)or, ana graoo, there. were And them all flir-I lingered and I dreamed. Untcnded and uneullod were mjr home flowers ' Mr poor, whom I of old had clothed and Went cold audAmtijrrr, Jbut their wistful Haunted motwtfUtlnir hostile tor dead, i - - . . T -. - - . J . . ' . " Surely th (rortd hero to rema...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 9 April 1885

"k: I NUT A N JlxIJlLJu JLAJLES o l';ff. d .- ?r ..'tb'iilU.bl-., r in' 1(0 Dovotod to tlio Interest ofUIio Cherokee, Clioctawa, Olilcltnsaws, HcthIhoIcs, Crock, and all Other Indian or the Inttlnn Territory. "H. ' , 'jVlUiL '.T-..r , l(li.A ilt..fc. V..' . ,,..,.. ., -,-.., , ..a,. r- . i - t l i. j i ii A Or" vT Tr ..Tt ) CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO.. ,VINIXA, INDIAN-TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1885. VOL. III. NO. 30. 1 ' , new ? S f ' ' I i t t W1 OUimENT oom&ieint. Jrymtsox Dayls. wn,srcportcd suf fcrlugfrom rltcunvUtom nml fromnn unhealed Mexican Wnr wound. Tnr, bttckctslio'n , bijl iiroiilbltlhg speculation In grain stocks and other futures passed tho'J'oxrtS. legislature. Wiiii.k ltov. George IL Ida was preaching In Milwaukee tho oilier Sun day, a conllilcheu. man galnc'd gutraiico to lii holiso ninl slolotwo hundred dol rlnrs worthof property. IlKXAtf Is-sa'.il ttfJmvd.bccn.hoccptcd by tho Collcgo of Franco lu jpllo of Ills sweeping 'heresies, bccatiftu of his perfection I...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 9 April 1885

IfRfUFtll i ft f tafiul OTSlS!LJ222!'t of lananitUn Kavcu-i - ...i - - fctaM - q K lc) i VI Si dt Pi m AC IK th ) t n t I r t 4 1 K u n no ca. wit laj id ICB ta-J Ui a '1 H !a 'I :t I W hf.j 04 Mm i. 3 M '? Indian Chieftain. Oat PoUk.1t 3e a. XXali Per Tour. rnbllthnl Thnradere by Tin Umax Ciitarmx rcMJauiRU Comi-art K.J.ThompM X.K.Niirord, Editor. VINITA, I. T., APRIL 9, 1886. TO OUR FRIENDS. The project of establishing a Cherokee department in tho Chieftain has for somo timo been under con8idoratlon mid wo nro happy to stato is receiving moat flnllcring encourngement. As surances of largely increased sup port aro given in many sources and when these shall reach a point which tho management deem suffi cient to justify, tho arrangements will ho made. To bo sure tho expenso will bo largoly increased hut hardly in comparison it scorns with our increased facilities for doing effectual work. The present time, for many reasons, appears mOBt favorablo for a doparturo of this kind and shou...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 9 April 1885

NSt ... --. f- ' 1 i f n i u 1 1 Indian Chieftain. VINITA, I. 1 APRIL 9, 1885. Local Railroad Timo Tablet. rVtl830UJII I'ACIKIO itAItWAT. amxa noirrit. Eo.l.IhnbMSt.l. AT Kx l(o. i, U.K. AT. K-iireae abiiit 4.10 m :ntp m hii-aut 4:11k. m. 8 (rfp.m. noixii xnirrn. fo.l.Tex.Bt T, lll,'lx ln.l,lt.K,:T curro. AiKlvm. 0:opra. l;ltrm ln.-oii m. IUpm . 8T. LOUIS ?1VN rUANUlSCO UAH, WAY. ooi.io wk-t. Kx. from 8t. I. to Tulift, Accommodation . Annirx 11. 10pm. 7rinn nsrAirr lt.30im. aoiia xat Accommodation ., flt Iinl exprea AKI1ITK. 7:30am. nrrAirr, 7:iAm, SiVrpm. Q 3. THOMl'SOS, DENTIST, Vinita. Ind. Tcr. QLlVKll 1JAG11F, P1IYSIOIA N A SURGEON. Offico oyer Skinner BroB. grocery fltoro, Vinita, -I. T. T P. FOUTNElt, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. VINITA, G. N. Oflico rooiriH up stairs in south end of Skinner Dros. building. T.TESHli EIFFERT. CLOCKS, WATCIIES,JEWELR Y Etc.. iVIIIfally repaired. An experienced Jew eler baa been emplo) nt ami ill work entrnatcd to Mm will be guaranteed. Agent rorSeth Th...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 9 April 1885

111, m !ji I?'' K fl '.cT LW ;v., St (1. ft in c w tit w a,' L-llll li M .! j$Jfr u ZA'!&'W'A ' ' I hnmliAna)iAnAH i MMMMMMMi '. J,r0rMH It, . WiHsO, Idltori, YlMTA. w&jm? AN ENQIrfEErtiS; STCMJY. Tlio hour til ten, tha nlRht was datk, The runt express u I tin, And It thoro M In railroad Ufa -Ono thing- I Ocrcoljr hate, .,T)an!hinitiir,uniiiniko ' An ow( tra in or a freight. The dear old en((1i.S ("hot ahead, , Though trip tho toad shs drew! . ltoRanilpiiultoorcloi?.lind night, i She shook herself and flows And. splto of irrsdea andcirros and cuts, 1 droro tho darling- through. I thrm'nhtl know the tricks and wars tn" every nno-horso road Tnrtcrosod tho trnok. and small rospoot TonnTniioh I showed; But whlaUcd for tho crossings, whlla Ourapood was suarccly flowed. Just to we flpVr h ton, i1 tho curve. ill And dnrtod through ncuU lf,Wit that roado me ttKii " As If I lelt aahoti .. . a. ,-f,-, A rocht Irnln lay before us, tile - waguu in rut,:1 v " 'Across tho track III length...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 16 April 1885

,. U " o u r - o . . - """"""" "" ' '. ' "' !!! ' UL iili', " " ' ' ' J IUJI1. HJI'I INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. ,1-1 Ucveted to (ho Interest of the Chcrekccs, Choctftw, Chlckftsnw, SomlHsIci. Creek, HHft Hll Other IhKIhhk ef the Ih4Ihh Territory. rf A CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 1G, 1885. VOL. HI. ffO. 31; r S fc t m s OURHENT COMMENT. t Alt. tlio public gambling houses in Clncinnntt Wero recently closed under notice from tbe nowly appointed I'olico Coramls..sloncra. Revenoe officers recently seized an Illicit still in the homo of John Stntifcr, a farmer near Iliirllngton, Iowa. Ho was an old offender. - Miss JUrAitD, daughter of tho Sec- rotary, is an accomplished horsowoinnn, and -is sold to bo at her best in - tho . society that goes in for mild ntlilctlo sports. Kx-Judoc John K. roiiTErt, tho . well-known lawyer, was stricken with apoplexy recently, at ids residence in t Vatcrford, N.Y.. Ho was not expected , .'to live. CouirTNKr, tho oarsman, inter...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 16 April 1885

"r.t ifpiwyjullji ,m i,. - p.. l -: 1 p : ' !.- u - -, 0--, V- T y . "f7" " f WJflilWWliTv ; !' .""t"M r 5 . dk fl -r i CJ nam i cgMfiniamMflwrftfin-" f y fb M' ?.. 1&r r k IftUaii,Cliioftaiii. OuS r KaU PorVanr. 1'nMlihr.T'Thursdiiya by Trta ixma Cmnmi rrtitHifet. txr-tir SjrTllM)wo Vm.1L JHlFord, JMHor. avfMT A-Xt., Al'TilLlO, 1885. "JJubted" aro tlio boomers. Titn "old flag and an appropria tion," particularly, Uio latter, is vlml tho Ailvocata-nian ycarna for. As f,oxa as. jnaiti colid with, tho peoplo wo aro w 1 Jrtg to tako ouf chp.ncc3 of making tho ClHUrTAIN a BUCCCS3. J ' . . WltBK a- man ularls out to hc- Li oil Titllo liimsdlt in tho minds of lna follow citizens and bo contemptible ho can gonorally succeed. Since congress has adjourned and Rev. V. A. Duucan, president of tho board of education, lias taken to writing five-column com- ynumications to tho Advocato, llro. V -Ross is having a very pleasant timo of it. l'oon old Dead Head Koss; lost his temper last week and...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 16 April 1885

O Q f? W Indian Chieftain. VINITAj I. T. A I' IU MO, 1885. Local Railroad Time Tabic. MlflSOUIlt fAUIFtO HAILWAY. (Ifllftl SOUTH. i".AKifrrnKP.MiT. V.loa in 4:irm m ylnjjl tfpni. nniNo toimi. " I Anrinis. I ih-I'aut Ko,t,Tx.m j. itltb'l ex loisoj.m. 1o.Wp.M Nol4.M.K,TcvtTM. 1 ,1il2im.l 1) pmv 8T. louis .sjj rnXciaco iiailway. 1 r IKlKn WffT. Kx. from M. I, to Tola, Accommodation , . Ainmr. lit Hum 7rMm iiKPAirr u.wpm. noixn xakt.. Aiimvit 7.S04m nti'AHT, 7ittam, SiMpm, Accommodation . M.Lonla cxprctt s 3. TIIOMl'SVX, DENTIST, VinllB. Ind. Tcr. PHYSICIAN t SVItGEON. Ofllco over 8kinnor Bros', grocery store, Vinita, I. T. 33. F. FORT.NER, rilYSIOIANA SURGEON. VINITA, C. N. OfTico rooms up stairs in south end of Skinner Bros5, building. Oflico hours from 8 to 11 a. m. nnd from U to 0 p. in. TTESItY JEIFFKUT. OL00KS,WATOIIES,JSWELRY Ue..tklllfatljr repaired. An esperlencrd Jew eler hat been employed and all work entruatcd tr him will bo guaranteed. Aarnt rortfcth Thomat' anil Amonla Clm...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 16 April 1885

Jrfr -Tljff ' V,? Ty-y XT "Sf. ,.T,SJ W r r 8S tt" v-i-Wr- V- ,r V.i ft 4 K O nk (i i i. .i 4 Hi I l' I. it p IfcJ! w !u. r Vi & rij is - "'d Ft v BEL. . Pmi Snun K , m MKvl&Wfl- ..Hi BBmffiK INDIAN 'CHIEFTAIN. H.TatapaoK x,ax xii-roia, Mtterv. VINITjU INDIAN TEItltlTOIlY. A SPRING POEM. . Ifm iAA rmi K In tko ennlen chair, Jfpmm, toritwr, hfiuitlful Bnrlnir, Ha MM to , Ills head In bnro, '' fyritf, tyring. U-.uur.il Pprlnjr. Itwic-ftfTartii Tupr r. It makes him woon, An eawa fee falta In a calm, deep Bleep, Uprjiyt, rfulnff. beautiful Bprinf. Th wirlf S-c hlh a vldmis look, Bail lata, sprltitr. beanllfiil Bprtna;, -A In comrth out of his winter's nook, prlf . fprinc, beautiful Pprinr, He, win tho oUI man's shiny pile. And nts wild era r learnt with n deadly bate, , Sprinf, eprlnjf, bcimllfulSrrlng. liAf tlm old man snores In the sun, , Pfrtn. Sprln?, Iwnutirul Hpilnn, Qnfcklj tlio llttlo wap hies to tho fun, Bnrlnr. Spring, boautirul Pnrtnir, He Mle him down with a nenrll.h...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 23 April 1885

sgaff- a 'A f t , ' - - "" ",''''''o'naMassaswwasssaaasaasasMMsassM O .' W .. V -1 "1 . - - . w - - f - .... i ' i t " 4 ' W t O J). '". ' J -kP -sMs h. : wf i I 'im --' Y U . W A k. '? . -' CHIEFTAIN. 1 M ifv ' Vf. I Ol inn vi ft', .. V-C: m DJAJN t u:: '! w O U ;Ie0X ! ,.' - JUL.. QTotod fo the Intercut of tho Cherokee, checttawii, ChlekHBwn, BchiIhqIcs, Creek, ami nil Other IhHhh ef tho iHdlMH Torrltery. TSS!?r m k I CmEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. CURRENT COMMENT. Amf.iiicak rnowcM. horse-fork, nml ;. hay-rnkes nro very extensively used In Saxony, being preferred to Iho liorao mike becauso of their lightness. Ax Alton black tiger was killed re cently In Gttonvillo County, Vn'., after It had killed suvctnl hogs.. Tho animal hadesenped from a circus mcnagcr'.c. The ngcnU of tho lako marine In surance companies formed n hull pool nt ''Buffalo, N. Y., rccontly, the;.. result , : of. which .will ho higher rates thar ever boforo known. 8m IlENitr PbNJONnr, Queen Victo- rla'ir pTivnto secretar...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 23 April 1885

pHsiaHiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBiiiiiriBBBBBBHHiHiiHiiiifliiHiiiiiiiHHiiifli & m ntjijji i tnwm M i,s j-jm-j-i-jiMvtijp:lMlllMMlllll lHIMhOiMrMMMiBfTi, - --X? 1". . .VVi..J..JL;i!'lilssisggy t. B fi m 13 J a I V9i ? tt ' i Indian Chieftain. OmSoUmtIi ex IhU rT. tBblthed Thursdaya by Tna Imk OimrtAiit runiisiiiNu Oomfant. . J. TlMmm k M. X. MHtardjlMHw. VINITA, I. T., APRIL 23, 1835 m Genkhai, Grant won bo much improved last Monday as to able to go out for a drive K.soiand evidently docs not wish, to get "tangled up" with Russia If alio can avoid it. "I ruEFEK writing humorous articles to telling what became of that $22,600." Daniel II. Rofs. It nAS generally been supposed that tho Advocate oflico containod a "Corps"(o) and a very old ono at that. The troops at Fort Reno aro ordorcda north; tho calvary to Nebraska and tho infantry to Dakota. . "Wondeii whero tho 'littlo patent shoot' will rcmovo to now that I havo crushed it forovcr?" Cousin Dan. It's a mighty fortunato thing that t...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 23 April 1885

L9T ' T ' ; f e Indian Chieftain. VINITA, I. T, APRIL 23, 1886. Lecal Jtallreed Tle JL'-plei. MISSOURI rACmpRAILWAT. ooivu locm. o.i.HanVIRt.L.AT.Kx. a. 1, H.K. A T. Kxpreee abiuvk :M.m S:Qp.m DitrAttT. tiioe.m. S:orn.m. OOIKO XOKT1I. No.,Tex,fit.T...Hb'lex yo.l.M.K ,tT irM, Aum, louwpm. Iiltpm. mrjLKt. 10:90p.m. liirpm.. ST. LOUIS A AN FRANCISCO R.ULWAY. ooma in. Kg, from St. I., to Talis, Accommodation ABIIIVB. Itilopm. 7itflpm. Btrxm. lliSOprn. ooma itrr. Aotommodatlon .... Bt.Ijonleexprett ... AMITE. TiSOem. nirAirr. 7 idem. S:BOpra, a j. Thompson. DENTIST, Vinita, - - - Ind. Ter. y-UTKBAGMT, PHYSICIAN & SURQEON. Office over Skinner Bros', grocery store, Vinlta, I. T. B, Jf. FORTNEK, PHYSICIAN A SURQEON. VINITA, C. N. Ofllco rooms up stairs in south end of Skinner Bros, building. Ofllco hours from 8 to 11 a. m. and from 3 to 0 p. in. TTESKT E1FFERT. CLOCKS, WATCIIES,JEWELRY Xt., r,lllftilly repaired. An experienced Jew eler dh been employed and all work entruttad to him will...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 23 April 1885

o AQSEiELlnRiBHixttHr , jWCBBBBWBBHWWWBjIwwiwjhm 1, lMsftWMMM - - .fr-wi...,., xxrtW'Wfv'mvvnwAm , -i-,----- . -hv- '"Wirt' ' " "SS, rTKafc-JIU -WT U (". t 5! I , V jfi. o 1 ' u; IV' S (1, M. Ml fi W m vm r IMDlANCIlEFrAlN. .J.IllMirM.t .MUVF6ItaVB4It6rs, VINITA. - INDIAN TEttMTOrtY THE MODEL YOUNG MAN. Acandld, tlnrora j-nuni-ms.nl , A coilntensneo-clonr young ftiant A rare rem foroolh, And a worthjr-of-lmst jrotinr r .rwuTeroi iniui, r inan. A prudent, discreet VnwwUHtniJsV AUdr and nent oun.emirtlB i' OWtHT Writ r mania f onrC. is MDiimra o no seon . In attparcl unclean. A And tclMepcUoir youMff imm. ? Not a boastful, pcdnntlc young IMP, Nor nn over-romrntlo rouog-mani jNoiniriiffcrin iiiups. Rut it tileckn-his-nmi-ahrMHL An- J a hclper-of-solf young nu. A ptaetlcal, plain youn mant No-nso-for-acano young mutt J. - No allly "ha, ha," Nor abuser nf "tit," -J . A But a throsrd, cormnori senso young man. VI ' s"k A truly amhltlotis youn? mtDju No Immoral or Vlclnuayniina; tnani 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. — 30 April 1885

-;-. INDIAN CHIEFTAIN ti Devoted to tlio Interest of the Cherokee, Choctaw, Chlckninw. Scmlnolcs, Creeks and nil Oilier I.h.Iui.k of tlio Indian Territory 2? szxr: CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1885. VOL. III. NO. '33. H OUfinENT COMMENT. HYt Vienna Iim granted Jolinnn Straus ttho freedom of tlio city and llfo-loni? exemption from Income tax. Fiieuekick J. Faiiquc, better known In llteraturo as "Hugh Conway," was frpoftcuc.ty ill at Mouto Carlo. William Sijlic 11ayi.es, of Kings ton, N. Y., died recently Jn Ids o!j;hty '. MKirdycar. ' He ran tho atnjre coaches "on'tho famous old Now York and Phil njicTpblii mall and stago routo between Now Brunswick iind (Newton nearly thalf 'a century ag&. A. SlIULTgf:, Ihn nnarch'.st, who was fcsjjejlcd from Switzerland In 1831, and twhodieadtd tlio recent anarchist agita tion In Italy, has been Invited to at t(mi(J ,'tho Intorpntldnal Conference) which it tonssoinblo In Geneva for tho tMirjiojo of anti...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 30 April 1885

I a i hi n Indian Chieftain. On Xellaur & u Kali Tax Yar. Jir- rubllthed Thurideye by . Tb Iirnux Ciuami PutiLtaiii'M Commit. K..I. Thompson ft M.E. Mi I ford, KdUora. VINITA, I.T., APRIL 30, 1885. William II. Ilonn, special dinti ngont, lifts rosigncd. In. Tub boomcis hnVo at Inst reached k Bcnslblo conclusion, viz.: to turn to their homes. ro- A man may think himself of ns much importanco as six persons, but tho chances aro six to one he- will never mako (hem rocognizo him as anything moro than a puffed up piece of egotism. Red Cloud has at last got Agent McGilllcuddy on tho defensive Thoy had a joint hearing ladt Friday boforo Commissioner AtkinB, but nothing has. boon de termined upon. ArcEn July 1st tho rato or post ago will bo changed as follows: Letters will bo carried at two cents for each ounce, instead of two cents for each half ounce. Newspapers, mailed by (ho publisher, will bo carried at ono cent per pound in stead of two. The railroad brldgo now Tjcing built across...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 30 April 1885

tn (r-- A Jy . MJRHlaMMHKi Indian ChMtain. 'VINITA, I. T, APRIL 30, 1885. Local Railroad Time Table. M1B80UHT TACiriO KAtl.WAT. ooixu aotnn. No.l.llsnb'l M L ftT Kx. Mo. i, M.K. AT. Kipress AKIUYC 4:Wa.m !l:Mp.m IHU'AKT. 4:los m S.-oip.m, dOIHO XOItTII. No.l.Tex.Rt T.AIlb'lex No.t.H.KAT enprr, AtUlIVE. 10:3ripm. ltltfrm nXPABT. ln.iiip.in. Iiltpm.. BT. LOU18 AftAN FUAN-CI8CO UA1MVAT. flOlXd WIIT, Kx. from St. L. to Tntsa, Accommodation AMH1VE. 11:10pm. T;anpni. UlfAHT. 1 :8tym. ootid XAHT. Aocomrnoiletloa St, Lonls express AltlUTX Tisoam. nxi-AKT. 7:(nm, S:Mpm. s. J. THOMPSON, DENTIST, Vinita, Ind. Tcr. QLITERBAGHT, rirYsiciAN vmrr;:oN. Oflico over Skinner Bros', grocery store, Vlnittt, I. T. B F. 1'ORT.NEK, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. VINJTA, 0. N. Oflico rooniB up stairs in south end ofkinncr Bros', building. Oflico hours from 8 to 11 n. m. uud from 3 to G p. m. JTEXItY EIFFKRT. CLOCKS, WA TCIIES, JE WELR Y Xte.. aklliruUjr repaired. An experienced Jew Icr bu been employed and all work t...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 30 April 1885

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