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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 20 August 1885

CHIEFTAIN. I"? :'t P Devoted to tho Intercut of the Cherokee, Cliocluvvn, CliWUusitws, ficmlnolcs, Creek, nnil nil Other Incllnn of the Indian Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1885. VOL. III? NO. 49. INDIAN ", Ht , r- U.'s. V1 CUJRRENT COMMENT. Geiimany's colonization gclicmo for Zanzibar is condemned bv- mnnjr of tho Gorman newspaper. Foon brokers who noted for Fnrqu hnrson, tho default' ng manager of. tho Dublin Munstcr bank, lmvo failed. Tin: nrstocrnths citizens of St Petersburg nru donating money for tlio purchaso of n silver toa scrvlco to bo presented to Mr. Gladstone. Mim Josie CitUKP.it, nn actress at Chicago, was In court recently charged with tho larceny of tho manuscript of Hartley Campbell's "Gnlloy Slave." A couple ran away nnd got married nt Birmingham, Ala., tho other day. They were both nearly sovonty year old, and eloped so get rid of tho oppo sition of their children. The business failures for tho week ended August...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 20 August 1885

atfojjgjIJPaMMMiBaMIKB MiBEfMPak.. , '(St'3ytfJitiBn&JfeZ3Py'"fe,' VJJB&rJMeZ?&jjTiltfK1ZWBMIS51 ZMprrMmmu,9 v fri'ki frftllXl tWIli IflHiiU. )iiiiHiiii Wfcnii jii iaiiiiriipri1 r 1 1 npiiiii i.j.i 1 1 urn iWtiiiuwtc JVfcngtitrt in. t. ffir wfc-rfraaBii. .&. a.ifo -AM "V- ifcJiAi"t''' liigiBliwtifciifjsiwfet:! jf '''aKamSB! Ill I nil I Ki, r): i R 0 j.,fc -,... -" " Rlmlian Ohiof tain. 0k XJllx fi a irali XWroar. ETim l.DU'i CutttTAii viiiuiuixn cojirAr Pntili.!i.u1 Ti....lt I... IM. Thompson k M. r Mllfonl, IMItnrx. . VINtTA, I.T., AUGUST 21), 1883. . . j ..,-r When the loneo of the atrip Is '"busted" llio ring will not linvo qll an much money to scatter (1 around nt council. I Bei.va LorKWoon is lecturing to empty benches in California. rjp Despito the hcaithfulncss of the lcllrrmlo thoro aro sorao things a t' California mnn 1b afraid to tacklo. 1 Red Cloud requested that honosl 'men instead of tliiovos bo appoint- l .' cd as Indian agents, and the vC jds i aro ful...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 20 August 1885

-VP'-'-"- ' " "",' " ' ' "Z-ij - ii... -j- i ii nijiin I jiii ii ' i'i ijm jr r - ' - -- '.''' " "i;1" . tztt ,"' ..F7HWWffBffBgMi V Tll(1ilTI fillinftntYl Write lor a prctnh.ni lilt. 1 FERSONAL MMTKHf. Account, tor It -Tho follow Ing mr.Mtmtw. Stop in and SCO Our Coiulles, they TCamto&HOTOBCT. ,"' a J'-itiEi ,r JT XIIUlclU LI110I tain. ft-.-B ..r-r, nn .1 r. r Tr-T , , ,., , Hon from Springfield Herald Tl.,M,Ml...7ri.n.,w will certainly tnako your mouth losi ottto.tf and lot, I-d Tor. pv3loffi, if.fta, IfitJ Tr V -- - - . h.Sn? " one worth -.m.F. I, Cocker U visiting at bab , J tftl pflpcr hM - l'lVr.rin . Im m, k. I .tnt .t water. -Frnzcc & Co. ' k,f V ' - - . vntiim T .... having. flrAllhv. .. '.'I. , ' ,(...,, i -Woodt who thotand killed Mllke U still It 9r VE. ., r-9HF Varie fct ar v ra iii i'i' n inn u'i ijii i uur: - " nonn rnrr.inff nnrn fin tim 111 ihhiiiiii VINITA, I. T., AUOUST 20, 1885. Local Railroad Time Tablet. MISSOURI PACiriO nAlf.WAV. OOIKH tOUTIl Ho l.Ilan...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 20 August 1885

'S A ?Ta!3H:. l!VTiACJvjf: 1Ah tasrWprPsplsBj',aJt MBwHPBB"Pwfc" attj s r 4 1 '. a Q 1 -? 1 U TO ,Q W -si rl ill I ryH 1 K r'w ;il a. ?. INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. eW.XsMXrMff K.g.MILrOHB,g.mofl, VINTTA. . TNTiTAN TKMtlTORY. k WE ALL LIKE PHEEP. ' Jf Ml libs s.rp," too lotion thrill Resin, nil then the ohurcn : (till. While bck and forth across the alsla II ton to pass tho "catching" smile. We, all like ihcop," tho altos moan In low and rich and mellow tone, while broader grows the merry grin And nose cell further on from chin. ' "2 " " ahcep," eopranos ilng Till all tho echoes wako and rlngi The jroung folk tllter, and tho rest , Suppress tho laugh In bunting elicit "We all like sheep." tho bassos growl The titter grows Into a howl. And e'en the deacon's face Is graced With wonder at tho slngcn' taste. " We all like sheep," runs tho refrain, And then, to mike their meaning plain, ..Tho stager Altogether sajri " iVe all, like tberp, hare gone astray." Cohmbut lOJDitpatch. ARSENIC EATERS. How...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 27 August 1885

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN Derated to tho Interests eftlio Chcrokccs, ChocttvtVA, Chlckasaws, Scmlnolcs, Crocks, ami nil Other IihIIiih of tho Iiullnn Territory. o CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1885. VOL. III. NO. 50. t ' ' OLTORBNT COMMENT. . 'j- Tue Ihlnl annual raoqtlng of Ihn National Swlno Hrccdors' Association will bo held at Chicago NoTcmbcr 11. The Issuo of standard silver dollars during tho nock ondod August 16 was $360,401. Tho Issuo during tho cor responding period last year was 1203, 908. Tub business failures throughout tho country during tho week ondod August 21. number for tho United States 168, Canada 10, total 177; against 1C8 tho wcok previous. It Is Stated that the French Govorn mont has ordered tho most inlnulo In quiries bo mado Into tho circumstances of tho death of Oliver Pain. Tho rosult will Influence Franco's attltuda toward Kngland. CmcAno, which has becorao noted ns a great dlvorco contcr, has gained additional notoriety on...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 27 August 1885

e?t i Z Vt Kf v n -.. Indian Chieftain. H . PnbMeavd. Thnndara by j idia uiiurtAin rctaumsa coxrAXT I' d J .J.Tfcat-WWH A M.E.MIlfnril.Filllnr.. aNITA, IT AUGUST 27, 1885. tjiOAsxyour cyo over Una papclr nd if you seo anything wrong r clcgraph ua. t, I The idea of Bomo tlint Phillips f j(n lake $10,000 nnd sccuro a re 1 rj jlcctlon is preposterous. Tho i, ( lays of iheso methods nre passed. Tmet wouldn't let Bob Inger i j toll's dog como on tho Manhattan i c cach property, and ro the colonel i a Jcpartcd in a huff for Long Beach. 8 Senator Brown, of Georgia, is i reported tojiave mado his money j a during tho war Li blockade run- y y nlng. It was a risky business, but 1 c when successful paid fabulous profits. Sous of tho Choctaws it is snid 1 $ nro opposed to Mr. Owen for In- (t j dian agent and will attempt to dc- ,j feat his confirmation. Considera- blc fooling in this direction is also maifested at Fort Smith. t ' ' ' I - -! The brick bouse in wnicn was held the last meeting oi ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 27 August 1885

" Indian Chieftain. VIN1TA, I. T., AUGUST 27, 1885. local Railroad Timo Tables. hissouim vAario kailwat, . aoixu sorrn. Ho.l,iInVlBt.L.AT Ex Mo. , M.K. AT, Biprcss AI1H1TK 4:10a m S:Rp.m tlXTAHT. 4:10a.m. J:tnp m. limp i ooixa xdRtii. No.l,Tex,Fl.k.&lIb'le7: Ho,4,H K jt T eapress. Awttv I DttrAIIT. 10:svpm 1 10:)p ra. . l;rm l.iipm.. 8T. LOUIS AJJANFIlAKClSCd UAJIAVAY. OOIKO MT. Kx. rroii. IX. L to Tulsa, Accommodation Amur. IMOpm llssnam. irAHT. 12:13pm, aomo XAT IAtUTX I DlrAltT. ... I 4:IApm. S:Sem. J:.vjira Through eoaeh from St. Imls to Talit. a j. Tiioxrsos, DENTIST, Vinita, - - - Ind. Tcr. QlIYEUBAUlJy, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Office over Skinner Pros', grocery store, Vinita, I. T. T F. F0RT5EK, PHYSICIAN A 8URGE0N. VINITA, C. N. Offico rooms up stairs in south end of Skinner Bros, building. Office hours from 8 to 11 a. m. a.d from 3 to C p. m. TTENRT E1FFERT. CLOCKS, WATCIIES,JEWELRY Etc., sUllrully repaired An experienced Jew eler nil been emplajed and all work entrust...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 27 August 1885

i;-rv VwTTrvQanVSrvSrHOaWQ , jIMnanrnii mmmmmmii ia.im.tai mum mm . urni n i'i ji i nlWii'MiiiVWwgHr'MnlllWl -..e. - , v - ... ..ja. a.n.A,.,, y... . .. 4lJsA "ift-i. "J&Li Mil ill .111. HJ ,?. awaata'sosBTKKn;. isa:sr-.-ri.n;: r ' I" II A ' c. If" a U tt 'If! ! l RT H. I E . L ;., f v . i. i i t i INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. W af.tiMxrgfnr fc.RMir.ronp,Eaitoit Y1NITA. TNDUV TKtmtTOUY M'"' A NOVELETTE. In Four Chapters. fittknxn I. A second's touch vc hands not ranch) . Hut intent A maiden sttrhn, Attdecel iicrores, They glisten I A thriltlnjt dance, A killing glance, ' Acipturer A now; glore, ITlO plod go Of loVS 0 rupture I A twllieht ehado, Wbero plans aro mado . Dellithtfull A fond embrace) A prying faa Jlow apltorult A swift goood-hTO, A stilled eight Conjecture. A mother room, A daughter's gloomt A lecture citAtTKti ii, A harried fllitht, Adarksomonlght Thatcoror.1 A hcartrelt prrT, Urethral lijr h pair Of lorcrs. A sacred aisle. An angel's emllo, A marrtagoj ATowrorltfo, Ahappj-wlf...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 3 September 1885

o je.ibim,"j Devoted to tlio Interest! of the Cherokee. Choctmv, Clilcluisiius, fioinlnolcs, Greek, nnil nil Other Indians of tho Indian Territory. CHISFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1885. VOI. III. NO. 51 INDIAN CHIEFTAIN NEWS OF THE WEEK, Gloanod by Toloeraph end Mall. " YrARIlIMlTON NOTK. Tn publicity given to tho fact that (In United States Tronsurcr Uml rcsumod tho trnnafcr of gold coin from Ban Francisco to Now York by registcrod nmll has again cauiioil a suspension of that moilo of trans portation. It Is not expected that any moro gold will bo sent through tho malls for somo time. 'Jiln. Gannon, Comptroller of Currency at Washington, rccontly received n telegram from Bank Examiner Uelman, who Is In chnrge of the City National Hank, of Fort Worth, Tex., reporting that tho bank was unquestionably solvent, ami would resuino business In a fow days. The Chief of tho Unreau of Statistics re ports tho total voluo of exports of domestic calllo a...

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

T. ' t n i1! fl Hi r iiH : "!i! rt fli i MM m i a . Indian Chieftain. 0veXeU- At a. XaU FerTtw. TaMMe! Thanaaje by 1 Ikmaw Caiaml 1'oauiHina Oommxt K.J.TVwiwwi A W.K.Xilforil,KIHorii. VINITA, I. T., 8EPT. 3, 1885 Attorney GFNEiut. Gaiu.anp is M his lioirto In J.Utle Hock. Moody mid 8nnlccy nro bolding meetings at Newport, Rhode Is fendi President Clkvet.ajd fa expoct- ed to return from the mountains By next Monday. Would Mr. Bushyhcad as chief allow n new cdrtor to roform tho Advocate?' Or, would he suspend Dim at the first indication of such a chargo? What would' tho pcoplo thfnlc if tho course of the Advocato was diverted to honest purposes? Such a thing sounds preposterous and yet it impossible. The new Missouri insane asylum is to ho built at Nevada. The towns competing were Springfield, Carthago, Saraoxic, Clinton, Boli Yar and Notvton. Mns. "Walkup, wftoso husband died at Emporia, Kansas, about two wooks ago, under very bub picious circumstances has been held for mordcr. The 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. — 3 September 1885

' sl ginti Indian Chieftain. VINITA, I. T., SEPT. 3, 1886 Local Railroad Time Tablet, Miwoom rACiFio kahavat , ooixo intrrn. Ne.l.nanb'i St. L.AT. Ex. yo, i, M.K. AT, Express AnnfVE 1:10a. m ,VO?p.m tllFAXT. lilOe.m. SiMp.ni, noixa Kontn. Xo.i,Tex.Bt.I..AHb'Iex No, 4, U.K. & T express, A1IUTX. lo.snpm. l:lTpm. niPAKT. 10..Vip.m. l;l?rm.. ST. LOUIS A PAN FRANCl-SCO UAILWAY. 0010 wxt. Ex. from fit. I.. to Tall, Accommodation AttRlVI. IJ-lopm. ll:snam. M.Hpm. aotxa xait. IAnniTc. I DKPAIIT. , I 4:llpm. J:5Bam S:60pm. Through coach from St. Louis to Tulsa. g J. THOMPSON, DENTIST, Vinita. - - - Ind. Tor. QLIYEB BAGUY, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. Oflico over Skinnor Bros', grocery Btoro, Vinita, I. T. B. F. FORTNER, PHYSICIANS; SURGEON. VINITA, C. N. Office rooms up stairs in south end eT Rrvrnr TtfAal tifitlrttnrv flfilrtrt ,....v. A,. WD .U.t...,t. xs...i.w hours from 8 to 8 to 6 p. in. 11 a. m. and from TJENBT EIFFF.RT. CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY JKe.. Icllirallj repaired. An experienced Je...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 3 September 1885

h I? t, rm U - M y I i I f i i lit 4 M. r f '' lii frt ftAN CHIEFTAIN, .TnOMrfiOS fcjr..B.MII,rOBD, Editors. N .1.1, ,. I riNtn ?i tvrvrtv TrtTOt?V r THE OLD BAIL FENCE. I'm told that tenygn tonrlsta without few ef eonsequt.'ace, Ujrbtlr speak ot ono cU landmark-of oar slrra rael split fence When tailiFnc f ttaolr travels. They wcmld have anderstand Uher thourht nute ot tills treasure bold no dear in Yankceland. But the rail fence In Its wlndlosuhccdrth not the erltle, Itibtlr tpomme.ntinir emits symmetry. On It winds so r and f reel And caprlolous convolutions ot tho grain In careless sway rTetro lines of besuty round 1U form which no Milst oto portray. Oft I've lingered In IU angtos busy with a hundred thought About Ita weather tmaun stains of moss, IU shariry, oaken knots. And hosts ot reminiscence and objocts quaintly iti, And the changing light and ihadowi of gray and saun aheon.; -. Ve old rail fence content Itelf with wroathi of cowers tod ress. There creeping mallows all con...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 10 September 1885

2 INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. Devoted to the Interest of tho Clicrokcctf, Choctaw, Clilcknsnvvs, Seminole, Crock, nnil nil Other Indian ef the Ih1Ihh Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1885. VOL. III. NO. 52. 19. ? (S. I .n.. J '. rt. ike to. t J GURIf.BNT COMMENT. Pkkik advices stnto Hint tlio Princess Kiitig 1ms bcon converted to Christ ianity. Tup. Cziir ol Russia was enthusiasti cally received nt Klcff nnd St, Peters burg on his return from Krcmslor. It was stated In Hong Kong recently that ltusscll & Co., who acted m pur chasers for tho China Merchant' Steam Navigation Company's vessels during tho Franco-Chlnoso war, will rccclvo one hundred thousand taels for their services. Tub proposed new treaty with Spain Is conilned to reforms in tho Cuban customs laws. Spain no ccpts the Interpretation of tho modus vlvctull signed in February, 1881. which was contended for by tho United States. Tho settlements of tho claims of American citizen...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 10 September 1885

5 M- k-:? IgflHHreuiftuaLlBKt tAIV. lajlo-SNr.JLW, . See" J-. iWr 1I (Wftoct. m PMt"W bM KKKmmtsssmsmm J.iliX Al-. I ! Will I Wl WUBV.fJhlU.UMi.nv - I 'SVi .. JWs ifr " VX'Mtwe Indian Chief tain. Dim I5ollr & a. Sail fer T"mr. nihihf.nl TTmrilT(i try U. TfcomjHioii M . E. Jlilron1,?:iTlTur7. ilwlA, I. T., SEPT. 10, 1885. Don't lot ynurpnpcr bo stopped. , M Doks your subscription cxpiro wl'i "i ' ' ti',' Tnnnw it it once. tVi '.' ' ) di " t priming, unyliow ? The vonr.R mnn with the. Bon Butler eyo peetns to bo Again ntthe liclm of tho Arlvocnle Rmnrtman lie in liis own citimntion Tiik Atirocnto feels hurl becnuso we sniii the zeal of Its righ-thand mnn mjfilit far bettor be dovotcd'to raibtnnking They don't however, deny tho truth of the statement nor attempt to disprove it. Poon old Advocate; tho idea of running a newspaper on business principles and on monoy honestly earned, is way boyond its under standing. Tho Advocate is noth ing if not an organ and a most contemptiblo ono ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 10 September 1885

. - 'VI ! ndian Chief tain. VINITA, I. TM BEPT. 10, 1885. Leee.1 Xallrcad Time Tables. JO880TOI rACIFIO UAILWAT. ooiao (ODTit. Xu,l(anbl Rt I. AT.E XoYi, M.K. AT.Ear.reie anaiVn ttioa.m s ron m IZPART. tilfta.m. s gp m. aoixa north No.J.Ter.St T. AHb'l ex A HIT. H:Dm . DirRT. lojop.ra. no i.Ji.n.m fiPTH itirpm iirpm.. BT. LOUIS AgANmANCISCQ RAILWAY oomo wiir. Kx. from St. L. to Tnlia. Accommodation .. ' abut it. lt:Npm. 11:30am. DirAirr. oowo T Accommodation "" SYsnm' 6t.LouI.p,e., 4t;m Through coach from 8t. Lonli to Toll. g J. THOMPSON, DENTIST, Vinlta. Ind. Tcr. QLIVEU HAOUY, PIIYStolA X fc SURGEON. Office over SHnncr Bros', proccry store, Vinlta, I.T. J F. FORTNElt, PHYSICIAN, b SURGEON. VINITA, C. N. Ofiico rooms up (stairs in eouth end of Skinner Bros', building. Ofiico hours from 8 to 11 a. rh. and from 3 to 6 p. m. PJEXKY EIFFERT. BLOCKS, WATQIIESJEWELRY Etc .iklllrolly repaired. An experienced Jew I'r hai been employed anil all work entnuted "him will be guaranteed. Agent f...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 10 September 1885

!- ;ir ' : " - - - mmrf . wi-s. I " :'ui JJM -m IKD1AN CHIEFTAIN, I. I.TKfMT AlCRMlLrORD, Idltore, TEHTA. . INDIAN XEBRITORY YOU CAN NOT RUD IT OUT. ta the old Scottish Inn wo met, A nutter irroiip front overy land, Scholar mil artist, peer nna priest. And mnnv n traveler brown and tanned. All pilgrims waltlne; for mi tour, Chnlllnr lnlllotw'-'r, 3" AnJjrotnildtb ttalk. . .( A flu si rnoeta, to mo. It happened thuai A restless tor Unto tlio1 ripping window went. IVIioso a"!as, scarred wltli n thousand, nanus, Hit mlml to Ihommo fnncr bent. Iln sought and found araenntspnt. And took the diamond from his hand, not ere a loiter hud been formed A voice nconotomoil to command Cried i "Philip, Mop: lie Tore you write, Consider welt what ymi roabouL" Katber, why rhwld I he tnteJ" . "llocntuo sou can not rub ItouL" The word fill on my Idle ear, 1 said them o'er nnd o'er aaln, And ftked mraelft Oh, who would chooaa All lliojr hnvo written to remain f TJnlo a loving mother nrt We all hare ven...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 17 September 1885

S4 H m -"wn niiMuhi 'ttetaSBBeSIS tS " ' Tir""J ' ' '"l S e; ijwiii l nnm iiMinwi . ! aimin.mii.i My i Me I iMiaiSSMHs I ""SS''"" v 4p INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. " 03 -M. Devoted te the IntorciU of iho Chcrokccs, Choctaws, Chlckasnws, ScwIhoIcx, Creek, iwttl nil Other Indian ef the ImiUhh Terri(rr. -ja r"- CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1885. VOL. IV. NO. 1. G . " ' OUIinBNT COMMENT. , Tun Hoslon Hoard ot Ilcnlth 1ms rtrdorcd qtinrnnllno np-alnst nil csscls from Canada nud Nov,:imtullanil. Mil Samuel l'ttM$oti,Tho English ruilllonalro phllnnlhroplst aud "sailors' friend," Is to bo married to Miss Wndo, nn enormously wealthy spinster of Hull. s- W ipcaklnir about thn 82in.0(Ki Grant fund Mr Pi,n-.. .... il. . i.i. 4f 'I think It Is safe. Mr. Hoj t Invested $50,000 of It In Nickel Plato nnd tho 'olhcr $200,000 was put In Wnbash ktock by the Morgan estate. Mr. Mor gan gao a written guarnntco for ten J cars to pay the Interest nnd then pay back tho pri...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 17 September 1885

Iniliaii Chieftain. 03Dolli At . Xli rarTiw. PuMlshml TtiDTidiir by 'Tyis Ikma CmnrrAin Ptmusmtn Coki-ahy. .3ESai2 J.4.ThemjwoH A M.K.XIIfor(l, Editors. VINITA, t. TM SEPT. 17, ''TflK nppraleomont raisers" liavo got tho lie on all sitlcB. ' Jim and Pink Loo wcro killed near Dcxtor In northern Texas, on Iho 7lh. Place not too much trust in tho almighty dollar, you (22,600 fol lows, for thore is a day coming when this will not savo you, Voters of tho Cherokee nation, what think you of on administra tion which almost openly boasts that by tho uso of monoy H will eubvort your decissions ns declared at tho polls? Because tho Chorokccs had been so used to Booing bribery in tlioir own council thoso brilliant ducks sent to 'Washington camo homo with tho story that tlioyhad fixed congress with tho $22,500. Nobody of courso bcliovod them. Rr.roniB from Salina, Kansas, nro to the effect that oporations on W. A. Phillips' 830,000 houso havo been suspended and will not bo ro3umcd until about tho...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 17 September 1885

cl "5 O r f r Indian Chieftain. V1N1TA, I, T., SEPT. 17, 1885. local Railroad Time Tables. MM80Unt lMCuflG KAlLWAY. OOIMO) IOCTH. Ne.l.IUnb'l Bt LT Ex " ."K AT Express T Express ooixa xoarit. 4:10 m SiOtp.m DxrAirr. tilOa.ra. H:OTp.m. gM1M.K!ftT-ijrgM1- AUIITC. lo.sojrn. liUpm, DtrAMT. lo.sop.m. lilTpm.. BT.LOnWASAX riUrJCISCO RAILWAY. aoiiia wear. Rx. from St. L to Tulsa, Aeeommodktlon . AMU VI. HilOpm. ll:S0am. DirAT. 11:13pm. Of 1X0 ast. Accommodation sn.lpm. 8t Louis sipreis . , s:Mm 8;Wpm Through coach from Bt. Louie to Tulse. g J. T110MT8QJT, DENTIST, Vinita. Ind. Tcr. QLITEttBAUBY, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Ofllco ovor Skinner Bros', grocery store, VinitA, I. T. B. F. FORTNKB, PHYSICIANS SURGEON. VINITA, 0. N. Offico rooms up stairs in south end of Skinner Bros, building. Offico hours from 8 to 11 a. m. and from 3 to 6 p. m. TJENBY. 1FFERT. CLOCKS, WA TCIIES, JE WELR Y Ktc. skillfully renalred. An exnerlaneed Jew. aler has bMi employed and til work entrnelsd Jo him will be (ii...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 17 September 1885

v. ". "i-''Tv w&a5m'r "r p. -,- - y i k h 's ST' t V t . ikutan chieftain. f.THOMfEOSfcM RMUFOBP, Wltora. vinfta. . iNbtvv TKnntTonv BAOHELOW'S HALL. Wn a tone of tea-tbore Where the wire hM Mown, Leaym her poor hutbaml Keeplns; bouts alone, rrlor Oiled with ppers Not a. thlnt In pine Pipe and burnt totacoo Ortr all a trace. Kitchen foil of tolled Dithet, nam and pot Mixed with tlopt and collet jrroundl Dumped In funny tpot. Blnlni room'i oonfuitont Table It a lhtt At 'twat left at breakfast 8oltItatBltht. Cloiet doom I land oiwnl Bhelret alliltarrayodi Ixmkt at If a crnl.ini' Tbereabputt had ttrajred. lied room floorf are cluttered With tho tiuiliand't olothetl Bureau contentt -Jumbled Are one nwi of wont, Ded, not made up ertr. Show the vrrr pldeo Where the huohand tumbled Out to wath hit faco. And he hatband withe lilt now priceless nlfn iTould coino waMi tlio dltliei And pretcrTO his life. 11. O. Ifcxtpe, m Lktrott FTh Prut. "TOWN POOI..'' now Jano and Tom Wont to Uousokoopl...

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