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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 19 October 1883

"I J wmmttmmtmml4 f m tt INDIAN CHIEFTAIN ssisasatesssc Dcrofcit In Iho Interest of tho Cherokee's Cliocttuv, Clilcluisiiw.s, Seminole, Creeks tuitl nil Oilier Indian or llio Iiiillaii Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, FKIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 188:3. VOL, II. NO. 5. i 'A A "WEEIvS NEWS. Gleaned l)y Telegraph and .Mall WASIIIMJTOM NOTK1. It l stated that the Civil Bcrvlcn Commis sion lins asked tlio President to direct tlio ftvrtlior classification of employes In tlio Uovornment ervlco, so na to brln" vtthln tlio operation of tlio Civil Borvlco niton tlio data of employe now lccclvlnglos tlmn nlno hundred dollar per nnuiitn. Tlio I'rosident Is believed to favor tlio proposi tion. Tun opinion prevailed In Washington that tbo President would noon pardon Her Reant Jlnnmi. Tlio pi tltlou for Ills pardon segregate inoro that 000,000 signature. An order was recently Issued by tlio 1'ostofllco Department establishing n dally exchango of through registered pouches ltwe...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 19 October 1883

KWitiTiwpwttowwun;" ft. JT! -l.i3. Srr sxz&z?Trertrsr'rr'TY-rltxytK4ir''Sr waiitie?tf?aw(''',.-- '-. $.? m f 'f fc ' Ij ' !'l I "'. fi u I n r rtJBOlflKFTAl.N CZ Foe ttaenti) thatlscl assistance, For tho arong thaLiifvri resfotaiire. f'w the mtmv !n the rthtan.f , And the ch1 llml wcfsu 1" Published Kvory FtMfty by Hie IxtllAK CltlKITAtJ Pmitsniso f Wh. V. It- :.l - A0 Udlter. J.'W. SrlHkMS, vinita. i.t.. oo i. 10, im. 11-1 III I I I I I II lllll'L llll ,l Give uh betlrliool house. Give us decent court houses. Instruct our prison iiimntos in noine useful trade. TJtf Chieftain U rnplilTy extend ing its circulation. Vinila with ils Competing line ofi Jtailrond, possesses superior advantages for shipping Block. Vinita with its kiIiooIh and Churches is tiic mnit desirable point in the Territory for family residence. Uelter nmdswill affonl ooinforl I nd economy of time and money to j every person who Ira o'a for picas-1 tiro or on hUBlnoi"!, on whccla or on lior-'obnek. foot, on - j ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 19 October 1883

s Sx ft'-' w Bjh WHM THTC CHIEFTAIN $1.60 peh xnAn. VISITS I. T.' OfJT. tO I'M. - ,lrt',' 3-Cfr r- - Iowa Vffnl U pulillcnn. Itls not too Into to sow vvliratnnd rye. Hon. I). W. V.tisliylifH.l, Principal Chief, Is i" lomt in u"al health fc'ev ernl artl-l, editorial and rom tniinitaUd. mwdul ont thWm-fU. Ohio Heeled Honilloyilomorrnt gov ernor by a i.lumlity of 12,000 vol.- When Groan tlfeef work n he lil thisweofc, youiimy know that it meant lltlRlllOliO. w Oreitt fcoud order1 ha mnrke.1 the lomlurt of tho rwiilo RlMllillllKtllf payment. .. It will hoa nood tltno to set out fruit nnd shade trees booh as tho (round be 11IMI08 dry enough. 'rhc llvcoblor .M..:-rol have phi" entertainments In their pflvlllion tout nt nights to crowded honwa. HlilcvnlKlo tho Arudcmy nnd to the Congrogntlonnl and Motliodlst ihti relics nro next hi order, Mr. Maor. There Ih an unusual doRroe of sick mH in vnrioti parts ot tho rouetrj nnd It him resulted In quilo a number of dentin). .. Snv oral davsBlm oil...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 19 October 1883

v It .? v c3 ! ' !f S 2 il '--" AV INDIAN CHiEl'TAIX. wHwWWlaj I S4itra. VIXITA, - INDIAN VKIItllTOnr "TMBBASI811 nOT 8 WHISTLE." "Oi. wfcwlJc an' Til coma to you." JuretVTyeii1ni-er ob the New Tork a4 Mtv Eni"ant lUHrnvt hu a wcetaart nr trh In New Union Owin. Every train wosM wMitle a aalat t w fair iltmf, and fCiln arm an fMrfntfv Mtr-entltllnr; that tw authorities bar bad It toppL ! ruav-, rf noon when "Thfrty-BiV 1 doe, An'hitrnvon tlm. irtna flaiho? llfht. An" yon Imr Her whittle, fiwMe-MnoP' Lon 'for In pilot falar In tlaht. ttrtlMa1'tnndrlrtn'hrln l-dy An'ke'eraltiit bit '.?re1lwa.t far owav flrrtrwd" Hurt 'lrr down y tha raltl Vou mU hi frw h' rMusMn'i ha innws Iff DIM, Tu-dia! ftowel TtJ-lfcet Tut" It-ire a. m. Ibem" a local wries Mate up r.t Hriainl, runnln fatl An" tlrswar her whl.tlolni an' hot I ! a ltrln caution to man an Ijcast. Every one know who Jerk Whit" ra'l Mil In Wnodtoiry, down liy this r alUi 'fwnmctcr winter, afwar them. e b ar lf Vrrrr cMHn' hnr nam "Lou-n...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 26 October 1883

a SSS5C INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. C3 P Devoted lo Iho Intercut oftlio Cliuroltcc, Clioctuus, Clilr-Uitiu, Seminole, Crocks, mill nil Ollior Indians of tho Iinllun Territory, Ifj CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, Fill DAY, OCTOBER 20, 1883. VOL. II. NO. G. t i A WEEK'S NEWS. Glcnncd tr Tctcgrnplt nnil .llntl xrAMIIM.TON NOTK, Tnis Postmaster General has mnilo tho ruling tliat the reduction on the first of Oc toticr on tho domestic rate of postage, from Ihroo to two ccntj, reduced nlio from tlio samo dnto from six lo four cents per linlf junce, tho double sostnp;c, made In per litnnco of section 3,915, revised statutes, on tetters for delivery In tho United (States, commonly called "ship letters," which nro conveyed to this rountry by vessels not regularly employed In convoying mails. The claim of tho United Htntes ngnlnst Wj Central Pacific Ilallroad Company, pending for soma tlino In tho courts of Cal ifornia, for a large amountot Internal rove into taxes, has been u. promi...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 26 October 1883

' v K, 4 S WMPjWgwWMewwiiiiiimiiJnijiiiM KS TUE'CITIEFTATX Fr tlte bc ttiil Vjk aftJta, Tor I be w7(j ITrttf tgl rflJai. fw tbe Attars In lle ifUfam- Aad thereat! that neaatt'lo "r 'iirfif I4Hh Krerj- Friday fey th TXPIAJf CHIKITAIS PtfnUKIX O ae " ' ' VH. 3. XV. T. . VAHct. INfr A. J.T.. OTi . I0L Work th roada. Tlte comjcrof! to large Mid the demand o email that (he Ui thing tbe prodecer east do is (0 feci it (o clock and pwt'that on tit mark si. Let no shert-figntd folly or ig norant ohi curiam defeat the prop ortion to build a bridge across Grand River. ThpJmjeMy of tn law might b as groat in a log: cabin ae anywhere but it in't, If we have any re rpcct tor ctsr courts let ptrt then jo pxxl aoae. Lei the Council approptfet $10. 000a year to bwiktiiag icfeool 1mk es. We can easily ppare U Mid no other investment wosM pay so Abase your neighbor aliv and fob ever hia ceffin when dead; Jot (hc you will prove to th world that you are cither tradneer or a hypocrite. On dit. That tbe P...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 26 October 1883

-.1 A If ? 1' ftV UW-llLl-WfiW gl KvmfmanfirwntmtiKatnjar9Kfjrtvi9mMtmtii6mmMitnn THE CTIII.FTAtN 81. CO VElt YMAn 6 VIMTA, I. T. OCT. 20, KS. 'rlio Sail FranclBeo loWl Is doing n rflnoUitHliKMH. A nind dog kcnrc Is ruimrtfNl from TllutJiBtrl.t. Hevernl rnttlo litiyora wore in town i during tho past veck. There 1 contlJembli'slcknoe In the I Tlvlnitx of till llitco. A bunch of cntllo from Texas wait brought hero limttvcok. Urmihcerfontho Western liranch of tho Frltco ruUvr.iy Is Increasing. Tho repair of tho.'cronslng of tho Kriseo wad, near tho Knglncers oflleo, I tlmolj'i Quito n uumhor of our citizens at tonded tho races at Independence, Knnt.fl, Iftht week. A hfcrd of nearly 100 Texas ponies him been held on tho prolrio oast of i town tho past week. In localities heyoud tho Kansas bor dor corn la reported to bo selling nt twenty cents per bushel. Quail and pralrio chickens tiro com inn to this market In abundance. Dcr is likewise plontlfnl. Tlie "payment" was suspended Tnes day ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 26 October 1883

-4 s rf s M V I f t' I' f'i p I. i If. n: , L v- INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. W. . B0M. 1 " 7. W. &MaM, f JMltora. IXITA, Indian TrimmuiY THE TURKK-OKNT STAMP. hrti. old aSanm. li'a naasr luck ini mat our incnaanip so, X Vest other failed you gamely ituck, niH no ynu'rr not to tro, So hero's s flood of honest tcirl, AM hero'e n honett llfh flood-bye, old friend of many year Good bye, old ttfttnp, rood by el Vestr life ht been mrlftd ona, With curtotia phatoti frnuirlit ttosnetirffe n check. eoinrtlmes dun, ' inuritelly coming brought) BMYt to t. xaltinir lover' faco. Trar ti n tnotbor cyr. Or Joy or pain to evcrj- placo flood bye, old atamp, good tiro I Ton bravely tolled, nnd bettor Jnon W 111 vouch for what I anri Although you hnvo boon llckod, 'twai when Your faco tu rued t other way j Twos of Mil In a bo 7011 got (As fun will not deny) I'nr irolnjr thrnuirh tho malls, I wot (tool byo, old ttamp, good byo I Ah,lnyoiirlatoiplrlnar breath I 1 lis tain nr year l heard Tim wun 1 of voices 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. — 2 November 1883

rHrffT INDIAN CHIEFTAIN i'i Devoid! to llio Interest of llio Cherokee. C'lioctmvs, ClileUnsnw, Seminole, Creeks, mul nil Oilier Iinlliui of tlio Iiutlau Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, Kill DAY, NOV WM BE It 2, 1883. VOL. II. NO. 7i A WEEK'S NEWS. Gleaned br Tclcernph and 3Inll WASU-MITON NOTE. Tub mnchlnory of tho (lovernmont for tlio punishment of frnud and tho protection of disabled soldiers and the parents, Mows nml orphans of soldiers lias Iron act In tlgorous niotloif, and as tho fl-st result tlfteeri petition nttorn6y and Anns were recently suspended by Secretary Teller from practicing before tho Depart ment. It Is reported that further develop tnents nro to lx mado which "wilt startlo the country." TiiEollIclal leport mado to tho Commis sioner or Internal Ilavenuo nays tho organ lutlon of Hed Men In West Virginia Is not engaged In a violation of tho Internal rovo lino laws. The Commissioner of tho (lencral Iind Ofllco Is graduallrrcdticinf; the ...

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 November 1883

wwMnMrMw i I1' 1 1 WWW WWL1llHlWW TIIECIIIKFTMN T'.J I ' Far. A BOVDIOT. x i ' r " n. ) &r fu ' ' fh l r , - l -I ,. 1 ' HI, i"nr the caiip that lak aaal'lance, Jor the wirniR that nr-Hx reMataiv-, Kor tin' future in lite rh ;tn, And the cood that we rats .j- A.,- i,t t t tl c irr. l o.1 Nf.i'gm, Jvu.-- lb- Kxjiitli-if v- mak'r j t iiwm the d-mamf of t!i Chief of & f.'lowing r xtr.ieta.anly regret- j ili' ! - V N" If ; ,-!' nt lit j that n iiin: -I ap, , v. , . t UK N'T I .ST. VfHtit, r ' IWMBWjWqanyHwwiitll 'J i!;j"n "I ',." i j m iiw'Mxniji irfi SSr fPPlif2 & P"R 1. (I H . ill ) 3 I : J Published Vrrrx in (m l. 11,- Inman Chifftai pi ,nmxn Co, i ,.ii i il , r i'r 1 i r ' ' i f unt' ri'i i' i '. n c i i' I , . , .; . t' 7 Jl-'l .tw r. lit. ) J. iV K sows, I Mri. i The llilrea ( as-pa l . Tb btf-r T . tf r." ' P ft i in r- I t ii ' ' i i i ! ,f .Iiidir. Parir. ' f lln W. t. ii, I .tti t " Arkan.i. in th , - , .11' I. ( :"! I Mm Iff I tiilf- T- i i','' i f w r-ini-k- i'. ...

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 November 1883

ML? Uf TIIKCIIIIOFTALN 81.G0 Pfilt YEAU. VlSlTA. I. T. JJOV 2, IW Cabin Creek wnson a swell again last Stuitltty. o1ulrrliiiS truvol. dipt. Kut Skinner has returned from j n brief Visit tnfrt. limits i uumnini VhAt Ih rciiorted liiokinit m-ll nliiiih' the RrtiliirntMnliT ! T .7. 7 i,i r,ir !.,. S,v,.,al W,.lr.. , ronio for Km, Han, ttcro lnJon lM. . An Hinislinl Jiinnhoi- of iliumnicri. won. In o VndnitaK ItalHWii oH. Tor t'irre daj'H rat Ihe wihIIk r hn heen quito ntlii ntut iilcinnt , hurulies ! Knrvlpon In t:io illllelenl n u,..l,,t Inul ttftriiuull iltfonilitil oiill.ov '"" " - "- -'- j Sovoral ii( dwellings are l-em , nrnni.ul hi illdiirent tmrtS nf town. o, . ,--7T;T."!iTmo frmo fc'itfrtrlonilsofcifttle onm up rrom ...... .u,..,.inv i.i.t Tlmv worn lnll.-il - 'Jdlrinfctuiua) lust, iiioj won. "'"" furSt-t-outg., TrwiHUtOr I.iiK, iipto KriiUy morn - liiBlnist.hn'i paid itllrlnlinantc 0.1 lux roll except about 13Q0. Head A. Cllayinoml AC'o.'anpw ad In thlN Issue. They are tho liv...

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 November 1883

ss I 3 i Li 'I hi li' H I . f ft i t I. tf, " I' I". ' I i, i i r i INDIAN J51IFTAIN. VIXITA, 4 INDIAN TKIlltlTOIlY. "TMK QAY YOUSQ MAN FltOM TOWX" With fork In hand, ono summer day, MakltMT feint of tannin bar. The mj rounr man who nunu from town TalfeeM with maMen small and brown, WMi bascl Cff and chctnut hlr, And rmlet war anI modest lr IKor dM ho awn, to turn or know That her Mush vn quick and Toleo was low, for nrrrir to flirt with the maiden brown Was the aim of tho ay young man from town. M nooning nrtt the jonnx man rat fsencath an applo tree tour at that Ai.d chatted with Hot) (uch her namo) About ths rltjr from whence he came. It lonir, wide avenues, biilldlnirs rait, Hs run and luxury unurrecil fTuHrt she. with a bashful talr and thr, Jrvrel low rach eyelid orrr Its eyn, A deep fluh rcddeninT features brown At worOl of the gay young; man from town. Fome days ho ha1 tpent In this rural snot, Where health m plenty, and ttylo wat not) Had left bH club and hit friends behind...

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 November 1883

: ' INDIAN CHIEFTAIN SXSmU mGETmS Devoted to the Interests oftlio Clicroltcc. CIkkihui, Clilclumius, Hcinliiole, Creeks, unit all Oilier Indian of the Iiutliiit Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA," INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1883. VOL. II. NO. 8. f, " A WEEK'S NEWS. (alonucd by Telcgrnpli and Jlnll WASHINGTON NOTES. OxitEnAL Hiucmdan nssumed command 'of tlio army November 1. Tub Treasury, on tlio 1st, purchnscd 400,. 000 ounce of silver for tlio l'hllmlelnhln, New Orleans nntl 8nn Francisco mints. Tub War Department bin Issued n spcclnl onlcr appolntliiB a Court of Inquiry to in vcstlgnto tlio cnuse of tlio fnlluro of tlio Droeloy relief expedition, nnit to report whether tlio conduct of nny ofllcer In tlio premises cnlls for future proceedings lo foro rAlencrnl Coiirt-mnrllnl, nnil the rcn pons for the conclusions they may reach, i Tub Becrctnry of tlio Interior has sus tained tlio Commissioner of Indian A fin Irs In his decision to tio eft ret that tlio Depart m...

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 November 1883

,i( ! ' 1 o.: ; I; THE CHIEFTAIN For the miiw that lark aMUt&nrc, for the wrmijj thai titmU mtUtaur, For th futnrr in the illrtonrti, Ami the ciKkl thnt we ran tie. Inllihcd Kvcry FrMrir by tin I.VIUAX ClUBf-MIX PtmUlHIXO C W. I. Ho.) J, tV. Si ftvjrtfX, VIXtTAl. T.. NOV. 9, I8S3. Thr tlierolec Xatfonal Cociirll. Tahlwiuali, Kor. 5, 188. The members-elect to t.w Na tional Council met t-day .Vomit 10 'o'clock and effected on organisa tion without delay. In the Henata S. IT. Benge was elected President; John Drew, Clork; John II. How, Assistant Clerk; Win. Ilewbanki and "U'ni. Mayes, intrprlr. In Council, Itird Jones wn elect ed Speaker; 0ar Adair, Clerk; Ilonrjf Critlonton, Assistant Clerk; A. X. Uhainbpriin and John So vicr, Inforprctera. . The Union party organized both I lollies. The attendance of mem bers was full except two member of tho Sonalo and ono of the Coun cil. A Alt organizing the Houiaa met in joint soiiion and proceeded to open and count the returns of the electio...

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 November 1883

9J MMtMMMMMMMMW INDIA CHIEFTAIN. m V"v sac Devoted lo llio Interest of llio ClicrAkcc;A'lfflrlh'v, CJilokitiuw. Seminole, Crcoka, ami all Other Indian of tlio Indian Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDLTERlUTOllY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 188:?. VOL. II. NO. 0. v!Bk MESSA.G0B Of the Principal Chief to the Sntlonnl Council of the Cherokee Nation, Nor. 7th, ISSlt. lb Hit UonnraUflht Memhtn of f'i Stnatt mid Oiiiiuit In Xntlnnal Council Owrtiieir Obnti.kmen! Hnvlmf been elected by tho pcoplo to servo them, nml meeting many of you now for thnt purpose It I proper lo re mark nml to rcmcnilier Hint, should thn Nation fall, or s tumble, or ko astray In any of thollncaof Itscarccr through our selfish or nrcllircnt handling of Its affairs, tlio lilnmo will lo our who have accented tlio rcponl Mlltynt KUlillntr It. Wo will. In audi event, sustain n lemllnir part In tho Ins of iiatlonnl chnraotrr nml credit, cvon nc mny, on tlio other hand, fnlrly expect honornblo mention nit loaders s...

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 November 1883

manmi$m f - f. s. t J. L' ""t vRLr "V i " -" -- fcJUJRw. 1 II il V ' A BOtJXrtrTGT i - INESS! r ui' ( i u tr ie t. 4 ' , A .e,.-S'.. I HT '.. .1 -'rrSa M'f fyn ' '. 4 i - sa ' : Iw , x ris rr rise fcforr i tfe ljw, AsI tr riwl tferf 9t ito. '-r-f -vrt tkfc Xsffahaft, i uW n fcaad fa... w .. Ta. sr fHi I' -r i r--r ra I & tr trAr '.TiAa ! - wxmmrjhrrMrmm hhjmi m7I idKHEtrm m m rA A '-if'Tti t rr . .1 IT H ir-rt f f ftfb Ivr ' I fc CVro&m in OtwvU. Is tln rav k t :r, 't or' ; ,f & i4Vtrt fecrtmy. Frtt ica trKl rngjiijurMM law tr- JsthaJt Cworxw JVrtwir f " UraaJni a tefl i-2nL jm.eri.so i.ssozrtrLeznLt 00wU aalsbWiTr f L-r 4Up. Kumpt lffinij rirtr, 4 tf ? . wV Mii iimii ji ; Bator. J W !-, a34dtMM rf !, SI; ih V'vtUr, 'Ah Pttrrt, hm -WwwJ tKa tic (f"Vr .Vtiw m a WiR M9Bi He; fa trslj ) : k ux ctxakUy 'i fcy lb Ifctrefcee. ! s H-t-7 Vi U pn ' i side. - t Hwh ; -O- I. IK r lift t , r I! V- I ; Ifcr flaW rsTj-a C l ! Cir W.TitUt aTVrrltsrjI 3Jx. itomfc; 1 racefead yaw kiad no...

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 November 1883

THKCIflEFTATN ei.CO PBU YEAR. VINITA, I. T. XOV 10 Thnnlcfiplvlni: day will bo Thursday, (ho 20th of XOVonllit'r. K' n-TvU'iw at tlio MetlioJistuircli next Kuiidn) Mrs. C (J. Ironside, who lins been very nick for somo time, Is uow convn lcicriit. Klituriiils mid niniiproui locals left ul tblx wk to make room for our many corroHpouilcnU. The eloquent lLipllst dlvlno, Itov. JoiiRthan T. Prlco, of Newton, Kim., jirfflilictl At the Metlioillst church last Sunday. , MoHsrn John nnd lk'nry Chambers returned from Talricqiiili Sunday night and went west In tha train of 2;t5 p. w. lion. John (J. Turns, U. P. Agent Tor tho Union Agency, ltadu n short stop nt Vlnltn, Saturday Uit, on hU return from Washington. Mr. J. C. McSpaddcn was In town last week, aud was onqulrlng'for cattle that will do to feed, for which ho will pay n liberal price. m Married, In Vlnlta, Monday, Nov. 12, WS3, by Hov.W. I Haworth, Mr. II. C. Bhueti, of Texas, nnd Mlf0 Sarah Ami 1'rlce, of Tcnncufceo. KHorts will be jnud...

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 November 1883

fi 0 IIS- M .0. ti: i . ! !' at In ' IP M ! ft I'll h h Hi f". a i ! ; i - 1SDIAN CII1KFTATN. W. P. MM, I J.. HBeSM,l Editors. V1SITA, - lKMAX TKItUfTOlir. OLD MRS. a RIMES. (Tunci ' Old (1 rimes Is Iesa.") OMMr nrlmeslsrleaA Alis! TTo ne'er shall sco her more. She was iho wile ot stood o'd Grimes, Who JN tome jrwtrs before. A very worthy dame In (rone, JMnco sho iravo up hvr breaths Her ncart was white Ith frosts of time, Kbo Urol until her death. Though riurh the path, her willing feet irer wiael where duty Iwli And never wore pair of th cs, Kxtepl when out of bed. llur the was, from morn to nlirht, fnlte of o'd Time's advances! Although her lmtnl left her hero In easy circumstances. Good Mm. Grimes U now at rest, fhe'll rcsttlirotiirh endless ntfs: The nun ! set, her work In clone, she's jono to claim her wage. Century Magattm. a ' ' TWO IX USE. A Itematkahle freak of .Nature Millie C'rtrl.llne. the Double-Ueade-I Woman Home of Iter Mental anil Physical Pe rllrlll4. Jliss Mllllo ...

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 November 1883

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN Devoted to tlio Interests orilio Cherokee, C'lini'iiiwR, Clileltitsnw, Seminole, Creek, nml all Other Indians of the. Indian Territory. a. sec CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. AONITA, INDIAN TElUU'rORY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 188:?. VOL. II. NO. 10. A WEEK'S NEWS. pioatict) liy Telegraph ami Mall WASHINGTON NOTU1. BEcnrrAnr Tilleii has rendered nn lm bortant decision lit reply to'ho question of tlio Commissioner of Pensions, asking (or n propor nnd uniform construction of tbo ro. rlsed statutes concerning pensions to de pendent mothers. Tbo Secretary main tains Ihnt If tlio ton wns a minor tbo fntbor was entitled to his services, or, If not liv ing, tbo mothor wna no entltlod, nnd there fore tho dependent fntber or motber should bo allowed n pension. Aobnt Witxox.of tbo Ban Cnrlos Agency, Arlrona, held qulto n long conversation recently with Bccrotory Teller nnd Com missioner 1'rlco, in regard to tbo captured Apaches, at which, It Is stated, ho peremp torily refusod to tako t...

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 November 1883

wwwMnOuniiMia.nw -t1 M t - I r- - TIE CHIEFTAIN j IT tti J that larks afritAn, rthe wronjr, thai ned rUlaaer, w the fntarp la the mue, lad the mod that rrcna da. Published Every Friday by the (vxxjt Chicttais Pnntisrtrso C Wk, P. RVw.1 ,sr y Jvditorv J. V. fcltSOHfl, VIMTA I. T. SOV. S3, &?. We remind the. members ojf the rairtil again th.it every town In ic nation ha jnst the am right i the proceeds of the mIch of al rnate lots that Fort ('ihsen ban. Tt I now fJUcoverwI that cy onen are cantcI by the Integra, on of the asymptote of the recession of the ilynamieal pneo tatichyperboku of dffTerentfntetf titer. We thought that wa it all U time, but eoabfn't exprai it. Tn fattamaz fci a csmplete list f tkr oSitm f the Grand Lodge I 3r.u)B9 for the IiwHixb Territory r the eaMfl; yean B. If. Dayle, I W Gr. Jfaster; TV. P. Lceper, W Pepty Gr. 11 F. II. .Vah, iWSr Gr. Warden; P. R. GW. B. W. Jr. Gr. W.; K F. Jiwr ay R. W. Gr.Treae.; D.N'. lUhh, ;.'w Gr. Lectarer, J. N. lfre, i. W Gr. O...

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