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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 11 June 1885

BB w j a INDIAN CHIEFTAIN tv Devote! te the Intoroiti of the Chcrokcct, Choctaws, CIilcknsRW, BcmlHoIca, crocks, nml nil Other Indians ef the iHtllnH Territory. CHIE FT UN PUBLISHING OO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1885. VOL. III. NO. 39. -& CURRENT COMMENT. Tub Btindcsrath, at tho suggestion of tho Swiss Follco Department, has do cldcd to expel twenty-ono Anarehlsts from Switzerland. The Manufacturers' Flro and Ma rino Insurance- Company, of lloston, has voted to rolnsuro Its risks and dis continue) business. Miss Julia. .Iacksok, daughter of tho lato "Stonewall" Jackson, was married tho otlior evening to Mr. William IS. Christian, of Richmond, Va. Joiik Dkai-ino, an Inraato of tho lunatlo asylum at Anchorage, Ky., met with a horrlblo death tho other morn lng. lie jumped into a scalding bath And died almost Instantly. ' Tup. roport of tho excisions of valu nhlo portions of General Gordon's journal is donted. Tho journal will be published almost Intact Nothing o...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 11 June 1885

4 rft&a jiillilMMtMiiyiiiiMlniinM L: ..Ml&.H., .,, .... jcSSy. ?&MJWH &Li.L....x ,.,., HeHLVHHHaiHHLHMiaieViaHHaHalH i I QfcfK 0 . m U wtf I3x A. Vi iJ Hill i""wi'."i"iiM fcpimn. !.' Iwlbin Chieftain. CH Ko3iv t atJKtxli Tax Yy. J PnMltbwl Tlinr.lare" hy Tirt Ivdmh UimrrAiM rvaMfiiixn CrA-r &J.T)iompn ft X. R. MilfordEiirtftn. VINITA, I. T.. JUNK I , 1835. The army worm Ib getting In his work in llic Kansas counties bor dering on tlio Tciritory. He will descrvo must at tho liarttlo of his countrymen who boat teaches that nations must not live in tho past. Rkv. Bam Jones convortoJ 2,000 people in Nashville, and a marked incrcaso in tho Democratic major ity of Tenncssco is expected. Two sons of ox-prcsldcnt Gar field will graduato irom Williams collcgo shortly. Another son is teaching school in Now England. It ib reported that a Fort Worth man has to employ tho polico to run his faBhionablo wifo in homo onco a wcok to inquiro how the children aro getting along. ThE...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 11 June 1885

1 t Indian Chief lain. VINITA, I T , JUNE 11, 1WC. Local Railroad Time Tablet. MISSOtJM I'ACiriO ItAlLWAY . (ioixo south. jfol.llenVlflt L.ftT.Kx. no. a.MH T Express AllltlTK 1:10a m 3:(np m himiit t ion m .1 flip m. aotMuxrmrii. Ko8.Tex.flt T. Atlb'lox Ko 4iM.K.AT rspreM, ASntYK 10'Snpm -LliPJSL nrrART. 1oJV)p m. I'Htjim. BT I.OHI8 AftAM F1UNC18CO KAILWAT OOIKO WK8T Ex from Bt. I. to Tul, Acrommouation " AlItllTIE 12 I0m 8;3flpm liri'AKT 8 Mpm. OOIXA SAST Aeoommodallon . Bt Ixmln express innnt lmtSaiu rACT, l:.inpm. .V.Vpm s. J. THOMPSON, DENTIST, Vinila, Ind. Ter, o LIVER BAOBY, .PHYSICIAN d: SURGEON. Offico over Bkinncr Bros', grocery store, Vinitn, I. T. B F. rOHTOKIt, rilYSIQIANA- SURGEON. VINITA, C. N. OflTico rooms up stairs In south end of Skinnor Bron'. building. Ofllco hours from 8 to 11 a. m. and from .1 to 6 p. ra. TTESHY EIFFEUT. CLOCKS, WA TCIIES,JEWELR Y Kte., skillfully repaired. An experienced Jew eler hat boon employed and all work entrusted to him will bo guarante...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 11 June 1885

4i W S. ! U O && &1 KVJ5 ka 1 3 ! -' K :!. lU 11 ' ST Mi MmmMjJmMmm. r i.i.. - . JJ-.Ji TTT..I f . . . . II i i ii i avpMM mm- f . ii , i a .- - IXDIAtf CJUEFTAIN, B.7.7earWX U MltFOIlD, Editors -V5TA- .-tMhtJIV TEHTITTOtlV - Il I " HNDr'YOUR LEVEL. Ten run I Sshlnf shallop if you wn not bo Myr.u eannotbonlighthouso be at least a , tallmr dip) yeu can bo a valiant soldier though rou way not bo a host. You can watch a alnilo headland l( you enn not guard a coasti There Is e crythlng that' noble In tho wisdom anil the grace Of fuinillny every duty, whatsoever be your place. It rou spend the dar In pining and In staring at the sun, Foil will find that rou aro blinded long before the dar la done. Better be the humblo limpet that li eafo where'er It cling-, Thau attempt an emtio' aoarlngi when you lack the carlo's wings. There aro some as awlft a swallows, thcro aro others who must creep. And rou never saw a turtle try to tako a tiger's leap. If rou can not bo a Palxhan with ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 18 June 1885

'"rc " r Sfes S k. INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. Devoted to the Interest of tho Chcroltcci, Cliocfnwi, Ciilckiunw, Hcmlnolcs, Creeks, ami nil Other Indian of tho Indian Territory. rj CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1885. VOL. III. NO. 40. i CJi o t OtHUBNT COMMENT. Tub grasshopper ravages In Califor nia aro much leu serious than at hrst supposed. Tho damage, to grain by them aro mostly conllncd to tho south ern portion of the San Joaquin valley. The South American Commission was cordially received by tho Govern ment at Montevideo. Tho Commission was asked to uso Its Influence In favor of extending the American cablo sys tem to Uruguay. ' Adjutant Genrual Diium has com peted a list of tho casualties during tho rebellion. Tho number of deaths was W3.-19C. Of tlieJo 2'J,-t98 occurred In tho rebel prisons. Tho total number of troops engaged during thewnrvvas 2,772,108. Tilt Surgeon Gcncial of tho Marino Hospital Sorvlco has notified tho health ofllcer nt Daltlm...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 18 June 1885

TifiojJiiiilfcaMheltla n ' ;M-.a-aieeaeMaaaaa)eiaa 1jhltjlMialWaia8aflMMiJa m m kh Tj Iro I. Li Indian Chiof tain. Qejir) fiallaxr J m. XaUi Par Tear. PoMUlicd Thnrtilr hf Tim Imut Cmnmts J'tnamtiimi CoKrAsv W.J.TKomen & M.K.MIironl,l.'OItom. VINITA, I. T., JUNK 18 ,TSS5. Tub Advocato "editor" Is no( Hcbrnlo In oririn. Jews detest pork. Neitiieu of tho CiurrTAiN'B odi lora woro ovor accused ol appro priating other pcoplo's pork.' If THE dramatic critics Bot lld of tho Advocato's now play "Whoso Ox was Gored?'1 it's a "goner dead sure." The harle'quin of King BtiBhy- hoad'B court Bhould anoint his addled nato with frosh lard. It will Xccp down inflammation. Thk helmsman of tho "old ro llablo" should interlard his viows on tho western lands question with hints as to preserving hams. "And they that fed tho awino fled, and told it in tho city and in tbo country, and they went out sco what it was that wns done." Mark V:14. It is hardly necessary to say that prohibition doos not prohi...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 18 June 1885

---. , ,. f, 'J-41. J ?,, ,-iImWnwiiiI !, I'n.lnmianiauaiini i i'ii twiii ii, m.mlw it. i i nf ill miaiiiinMliii 'I llnOii n f 111 g i ii ifi i1 1 fiigiiaiiiii-aiisa i i- biaittilCMoftain: v1n7tX,tT,NE13, J8S5". Local Railroad Timo Tabic. MIS3QUIU l-AUiriOItAlMVAt. noiso BOtrtu. No o.l.lUnh'IBl.IiAT.Kt. j, U.K. AT. Kxpnws AIIH1VE 4'10n m 3:Mp.m nrrAiiT. 4'fli.m. il.Wp m. tioixavoimi. Ho.J,TT,Bt.t..AIIl)Mex in iM.K,TMiriii AmitTr.. loiSopm. liHpm. nxrAiiT. lo.Wp.m. l:pm.. "flT. LOUI8 AffAK I'ltANClSCO KAH.WAV qoixo wT. Itx. from "t. L. to Tntsa, Accommodttlon AnntTic. 12:10pm. frtopm. PFTAnT. S. (pm. noma xabt. Accommodation . St.Loulaexpre . amuyb 12:15a nj. Dxt-Airr. 1:30pm. s:Mpm. O J. THOMSON, DENTIST, Vinita, Ind. Tor. QLIYEB IIAQllY, PIIYSIOIAN & SURGEON. Ofilco ovor Skinnor Bros', grocory ntoro, Vinita, I. T. B V. FORTNKR, Attend tho races. Tho nrmy worm is getting in bis Btah. . , A lltltu less tain woilld bo preferable. Just now. , t i Orccn tomatoes nro now in tbo marke...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 18 June 1885

MPtl'ia I&IIP w S7" SSSSSaM-"-8 SBsra-JUKBra:vw' wm& M7wwitxvw i w wIm &: ogr-.-'.4-,afe.yM 3iJkfa...t.....w..,.?gft.Ajtf-",i ."i tr-.. Ar 1? J t M M t I & rl lr.l IV: A: 16 ,m ?TAiJN I. J. HOKrSOS A K. E. tolLFOBD, Editor. r " viHrrA. iNorAN TEtmrrony KEYS. 'lour ro In tho ol! nranada, when tho Moon i Tonxnt to flco, Each man locked his home behind him, taking In his flight tho key. Hopefully tner watoherf n! walled for tho tunc to Cico when the jr Should return from their long et'lo to thoo homes io far away. put tho mansions In fJranada Ihor had left In all tholr prime Vanlshod, m the yoars rolled onward, 'ncttb tbo crumbling touch o( time. JJkolho Mocrs,wo allhara drrolUmrs whero wo valnlj ( i.irto bo. And through alt iiro'i changing phases over tut wo bold the key. Our fnlr country lies behind ui; wo tiro exiles, too. In truth. For no more shall wo ItohoM her. Our Gra nada's namo It Youth. Wohavo our doluslro dny-d ronms, and rcjolco when, now and then, Bomo old...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 25 June 1885

I !,llw, I ' ' ' ' ' ' " '"" '"" "'" " '" -- ! . II ! I , . ,.,., ii, .! IM..I.I I.I I n I . Ill ! ! lll.J.W.WMMM.MWMl MW",.tMl.m INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. n , t Dorotcd to tlio Interest, of tlto Cherokee, Choctaw, CIilckasHWi, ScmlHolcs, Crock, and all Other Indian of tho Indian Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1885. ' o s VOL. III. NO. 11-. i CUimENT COMMENT. The Ttut'Jatl, of lloilln, nnnouncos thitGooiue's complcto autograph dlnrv from 1777 to 1832 bus been discovered among his grandson' papers. Tun Trcnsttry Departmont hni do elded that leakages of spirits through worm holes or spring ritaves aro 'no't entitled to tho bcncllts allowed In case .of casualty. . The Central Pnclllo Is cutting down operating expenses by consolidating divisions, reducing clerical force, and putting In practice rigid economy In all branches of Its sorvlcc. In tho New Ilampshlro llouso re cently a resolution, which was con curred in by tho Senate, thanking Con gr...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 25 June 1885

CO m m m ti I'M C Indian Chieftain. aa Sollour At a. Xaill Ttnf Tt.x. ratillthixl ThnredtTi st Jux CaiirrAiM rosLtiiiiMu Comtaht. ya vy W.1Tm1i AM. RMWora, Editors. WHITA, I. T., JUNE 25, 1885. w ' ' Tmb CtiineM of San Francisco hte become bo clvlliiod that thoy gti drunk on lager. I Governor IIoadly dcclinca to ,b a candidato again in Ohio. Th'i will increase his reputation for .Ability. i Thk Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fa railway company proposos to 'disinfect ito stock cars and will charge a dollar a car for it. ' A Texas paper is responsible for the assertion that "a postofllco in rterUi Carolina is named Maidon'a i Bosom," WosnppoBo ovoryman Batsrally wants his hand in it. A live Btock insuranco company ie orgnnizod and do'ing businoss in Chicago. It insures against loss of cattle in transit by rail or ship to that pl&co from points in tho Union. Tax logislaturo of Illinois has passed a oivll rights bill, guaran teeing to colorod pooplo tho priv ileges enjoyod by othor ci...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 25 June 1885

Indian Chief tain. VINITA, h f ., JttNK 26, 1886. Local Xftllroad Timo Tableii HlSSOUltt rXciKIO BAILWAY. aoixa ioom. (ro.l.tUnn'lBljt.AT.Rx. lo. I, H.K. AT. Express AM1YK 4:I0e.m 8 Olp.m ticrART, 4:10a.m. 3,0Ip,m, ooma Monrn. kort.Tez.M.t.Atlb'Icx no,:"- ,Tmirii. AftlUTS, 10:SOpra. Dxr.irr. IO:Snp.m. .liltjim.. 8T. LOUIS AAN FRANCISCO BAIWAY. ooma west. tt. from St. h. to Talis, kceommodatlon 11:10pm. l;K)pm. Diriirr. 1:03pm. ootxa mr, Accommodation . Bt.Ixrale expresa . 1HRITI. nsutm. 9e vxrxrr. l:S0pu. S :50pm. tt J. THOMPSON, DENTIST, Vinila. - Ind.Tor. QUVEKBAQBY, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Offico ovor Bkinnor Bros', grocory Btoro, Vinila, I. T. B, F. FOBXSER, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. VINITA, C. N. Offico rooms up stairs in south end of Bkinnor BroB'. building. OtHco hours from 8 to 11 a. m. and from 3 to 0 p. m. "Did you drop a hot?" Candidates aro "coming up." Tho way It rains "boatg thunder." Ono week from Saturday Is July 4th. Tho "wlro worm" has about lost his fctlp. Tho nox...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 25 June 1885

: 't j- ti i $!S I fi K 1-4 I?- ftj . so t i" &$ iwmj!! twlasiaapapsnElwqsBssawaps Sfti '''''"''""'"'i i iiimuwumi i m inn' ni INDIAN CHIEFTAIN, M.TMHfSeX K, E. KltFOtiD, Editor. ' -i . vim. - indtan TBiturronv ' SEBMONETTES. hi eowerm-SOTise Is wisdom 1 Eo observe theso . ttnt rules, Tkouirh hewed and fashlonod far away from coIleve anil schools! Discriminate discreetly between enemy anil friend And norcr irrasp a. hornet by It active busi ness end. Afatntt a curtain lecture place yoursllcneo aodasmllo; fern a poll rour'tonruo, or Jack-kntfe, If you wblttlo on a Mo. Avoid an evil temper and tho alcoholic rrclsi In shaking hands with donkeys, norcr tako them by tho heol bon'tpttsh a stubborn human) driving pigs .. will never fall If you simply pull tbo porker by tho kink upon hU tail. Don't be to blind for honor " to bllo Into a boot If you ruih along too rapid you aro not to apt to tee. Pont look forflowrrt or frultngoln sandy desert wallet And don't expend lung pressure- on 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. — 2 July 1885

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN M - ! .1 m ! II I II - I III - i. i..,. II I... I.. . I...I.M..- Mill. !! - .1 . .1.. .. I . I .1.1... ......... I I I - . i, .,., , HI l'W!tHWMl H.l-H.f III I SJ Dcrototl to (ho Interests of Iho Cherokee, Choctaw, Cfilckniiwt Scmlnolcn, Creeks, nnil nil Other Incllnna of the Indian Territory. ' ' - , i . . . . .jt. chieftain publishing co. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1885. VOL. III. NO. 42. m i OUilRBNT COMMENT. Tun Russian Government lint luncd ft decree increasing tlio tariff on Im ports ten to twenty per conL Thk South American Steamship Company's etnan.nr Cnehagral reports that tlio Itnllnn steamer Italia has been totally wrecked. Slxty-llvo lives wcro lost A CoMMisHoNKK wns reported to havo left Honolulu for Washington, empowered to open negotiations for tho annexation of tho Sandwich Islands to tho United States. Tub llrst edition of General Gor don's diary, comprising ono hundred nnd llfty thousand copies, has been sold. General Gordon's priv...

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 July 1885

bteMBi JihIIhti Cfiieftaiu. SUr Ja m. itali FfflrYoir. J'nblll,i.l Yl.nralajra hf fW nMn VnlnrTAtt ltim.tiils DpicMf fUNTMmpfDM A M.E. MHford, Editor. VINITaT I."T.T JULY 2,"l85. !! "' I'l I III M It'o a cold don't got left. Jay whon Vinita Poon old Vinita was ignored as mua) at the cloven lion. Vinita gctu it in tlio nock 90 to peak with great regularity. "Where nro tho Amorican poets?" asks an English critic. This man has never been ponnillcd to gazo in our waste-basket. o SEnaGXKT Mason, who was made a hero of becauso of his attempt to aoBasslnato Ouitcati, is in ja.il charged with robbory. A Small Lot of new Virginia wheat was sold in tho Baltimoro market on Tuosday. Tho Ksiisu wheat is turning out bettor thin the crop estimates. The Rummor romancers nrj do ing well. In one and liio satno ky an elophant has broken up n circus in Michigan and a doublo hcodod and doublo-tailed rmako has been found in Georgia a state whoro prohibition gonorally pro Tails. Several Marjdand gentlemen...

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 July 1885

W i in H iiitJtalt-p r--- J i i i" nil V V P Fi EjT Indian Chieftain. VINIT?a71. T iULVl, 1885. Local Railroad Time Tablet, Mi69omrAciFio hahway. tiotKit aovtrt. fc: .1,11 .annua 4-io m 8lWpilH IHfARf. liioa.tn. II imp, m, M?K. T.Ktftl ooiko mouth lfo.,Tx,Bt.l..AlIh'lex AIHIITK 10 THpm l-ltpm. mrAiiT. 10 sop.m I.Hpm . flO.I.M It ,ATel'TM, BT. UOUIS AJSAN FKAKCI8CO KAII.WAY. 0010 WIIT. I AI1HIYX Kx from St. I,, to Tuti, I Ittinpm. Accommodation . . . Illi-Toem. MrAirr. n.rm ooiko raKT I amiivc I nxrAwr. Af'ommodatlon .... I .... I 4;V.pm. St Urala cxpreta I 8:.ara a.corm Throngh coach from St. Ixml to Tulia. g J. THOMPSON, DENTIST, Vintta, . Ind. Ter. QMVtBUAOllF, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. Ofllco over Skinner Bros', grocery Btoro, Vinltn, I. T. B. i rORTKEK, PHYSICIAN J: SURGEON. VINITA, C. N. Ofllco rooms up stairs in south end of Bkinnor Bros, building. Ofllco hours from 8 to 11 a. in. and from 3 to 6 p. m. TTEiBY ElFFERT. CLOCKS, WATCHES,JEWELRY, Xtaaklllfnlly repaired. An aiport eneed...

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 July 1885

:-? r TO !4W: sassa aatg.jui, r.tAi. . jwiNarasLuiittJrt4JiAJi. 2EfflEi-3 tsawiaunu at SSW1 ;Kmmvmwak ..,iw. iwf. , ff .ffls . jdnlaaVaJk.. fniM iii"r'"iiJ3ti-miilni MWrtWffrW VtWeWrtll"Ww,wr J A. ,rU. ' 1 ing SViT clr $9E)ica ha 1? unl wot m fcii srci; ft Tit h ?! p? p I V p? Kin, foil P m m v inn m M m r,.i iW an .Tl If. Wn, iijva hi K:. lUl I m. is Mi: Q wj ft fw INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. tW.TRSMPMrT t. 3E.MlI.rORD, Editors VINlfA. TNnHV TKIiniTOnV KINSHIP. t nm nf rural kin. All lnTelr llilnon TliM wear bright charms to glorify the , , f-arth, All blnls, sweet voloos flontlnp- nil fleet wlnn. Ml llnwors, ml streams, are bound to mo by ? u.nni lio hand of ono jrrcal Mater formed us all: Vo bavo ono Uod whom w our Falhor call. rho IhoiijrM e teals on ma when I walk alone. When timid forest hares, as while as mist, l)srt by me, and mr pth overgrown With friendly ferns, by shadows oood and kissed. And, ororhead, trees frinjred with sunset irold Fins; broozy song with leafy tonguus untold. t...

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 July 1885

v Cp a INDIAN CHIEFTAIN DoTotod to tlio Interests of tho Chcrolicci, ftioctnwi, Clilcknsmvs, ficmtiiolcs, CrcoKi, and nil Other Incllnns of tho Iiullnn Territory, ' CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1885. VOL. HI. NO. 43. OUnRENT COMMENT. Nkajilt nil Iho glnss work of South ern New Jersey put out tXntr fires on tho 1st for two months. A foiick of Volunteers has defeated tho Sanchez bnndjln Culm, and cap tured Commander Pedro IJstrnda. CoLONr.I. WlLL.AM It. l'AXTON, 0X- Clcrk of tho New Hampshire Homo of Jtoprcscntatlvos and ex-City Solicitor of Manchester, was committed to tha asy lum for tho insano recently. Tiik I'opo has Issued an order ill Tcctlng tho Ultramontane newspapers published In Homo to maintain a friend ly ntllttido tovvnnl the Italian Govern ment. This action of the l'opo Implies an Important clinngo of policy on tho part of tho Vatican. If was reported that largo mercan tile houses in Vera Cm, holding Mexi can custom housoccrtlllcnt...

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 July 1885

2 gp -wsmmmSmmmmSB sap:' "a 1 . HnyiiV -il '$MSlMUUfMN& - ' i , ,.. T HjPHH WKBL. 7 i "W ' ,.;s , VSRRVf, - , ' -TOa''""'"'"',',HrWfTlin!lTfiffli i ... , r--M- i. ..,..-t j .. 5BHMB L- l?n "(. 81 fit n b ', h b T if b !a U 1 t 1 if :ii )u H lian Chieftain. VJ Dollar St ci IXall 3?r Voar. ru1!lhl Thnrtdaye by Oia Ciiuktaih l'iituHiKi Compact dd Jtoininoii it .11. K. Mllfonl, IMIforn. Z3T MtlTA, T T., JULY0, lftSO j(h. (tiMisKi, oi uoorgia, uns neon ir.lcc! Btipcri'itondont of Hid rcnco Indian school. Also V. irviinnn ouparinlonduiit of the occo tchoul, t'r Arkansas ep I'liiutirs must go" scums to bo keynoto in tho coming election. io Oliorokcos lind shaken him irenty years ago thoy would o been hundreds of thousands ollars bettor oft" now. N tiih naturo of things wo sup o tho Advocalo will fcdl in duly .rid to abuso tho Coowocscomvoo ioiml convention on account of adoption of article twelve of platform. Tho platform is jlbhcd in this issuo. T looks very much as though Choyonnus m...

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 July 1885

4 v, y Indian Chieftain. V1NITA, I. T.. JULY 0, 1885. Local Railroad Timo Tablet. MISSOURI rAtlrlO RAILWAY. IIOI'MI BOlIIM. No Ltianli'lSl.t, AT lltTAIIT. 4 ill's m lUup.m. 1-lna m Si(!p in flil.JjJUJT, KXi IIOIXII XIIR1II. No.I.Tox.St.t. Alllj'lox No.t.M.K.AT inprrea. A iin.vr. Hi-Toimi. liWpin. IHtrAHT. 10 .Kip. HI. ST. LOUIS AJMAN KIIAKC13CU IIAII.WAV. IOI(l IT. T7i IB nniTR. I urn Mit. V.x from St. I, to Tula lopm. I li:im. .eeominouauon ;vnin tlutMii KAIT I A mil VIC I HKCAIIT. ... I iillpni. 3;Mom S:8pm. Through coach from flt. Lout to TuU. s, J. THOMPSON, DENTIST, Vlnita. Ind. Tor. QLIVLK 1UG11T, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. Office oyer Skinner Bros', grocory store, Vinlta, I. T. B, F. FOUTNEK, PH YSWIA N t S UllGEON. VINITA, C. N. OHico roomfl up Htnirs in south end of Skinner Bros', building. Ollico lioura from 8 to 11 a. tu. "and from 3 to G p. in. TTENUYE1FFEKT. CLOCKS, WA TCIIES, JE WELR Y J(te.tekllirully repaired. An experienced Jew eler hae bean employed anil all work cntruat...

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 July 1885

IS in d h( hi ism Hi t m c m. x , ef' ' ICTj r it ai( 5' Ii? ft mv a i . g 0 i i i 1 INDIAN CHIEFTAIN, .J,TR0POIT K. E.KtLrORD, Editors. VlMTA- tNPTAV TKnUITOUV SOMEWHERE, fomowbcro Tho idle are Muo and dart aro always fair) The gentlest showers upon tho grnsos licntl And blrdi sin sweetly In tholraroon rotroat Where shadows Interlacing on tho moss Work beauteous patterns ai thoy twlno and cross, what though the winds bekcec and mountains tare When wo but shiver In the wintry air Tho skies am bluo and lung dart f ntt and fair, , Bomowhoro. Pomowlirro, When summer heats oppress us with thclc glare, Tho fragrant winds are breathing; cloar and cool, And shadows play upon tho tinraovod iool Where, moss and Notions dock tho sylvan Rlado , . And tollors rest oonlentod In the ahado. No sultry furnacn-bcAta wlllnp&rchlnir ttarot No desert sands, forbidding;, bnrron,' bsrol Wo quenchless thirsts to rack tho spirit there, , Bomcwhoro. Fomewhcre, When wo are struirellni with our loud of ca...

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