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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 24 September 1885

CHIEFTAIN. & Icvoto1 to (ho Intercut of tho Chcrekcci, Ckectttwi. CklckRHW, ScmiHoIcf , Creek, and nil Other IhiIIhhi of (ho Indlata Territory. J- CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1885. VOL. IV. NO. 2. INDIAN J" i i ; Mfr ... i hf'fm CURRENT COMMENT. A cosipltatiox mndo nt tho Treas ury Dopnrtraont on tlio 17th showed thnt tho bullion vnluo of n standard ill vcr dollar, nccordlnj to tho London rate of silver, was 79 7-10 cent gold. The hog cholera has again broken out In Sangamon County, 111. John U. Jones, n wealthy farmer, lost over ono hundred head of good hogs In one week. IN tho cast of tho hazing of Cadet Drlggart at tho Annapolis Naval Acad imy, Secretary Whitnoy has Issued an ' ' rthopunlshmontof Cadet Wlloy In neco-daneo with tho finding of tho court-martial, which recommended his dismissal from tho service. The London papom contained column obituaries lamenting tho death of Jumbo. Tho Telegraph, over Its re port of tho death an...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 24 September 1885

.1 O a h ' " t 7 " il .i m ifj ( w .J i t I ' U i I f i Indian Chieftain. Ono Uolltxr & a ZXalf For Vsar. Pnbtlahed Tlinr.dny by Tun Iinu CnmrTAM rtiiumitiu Commut 8.4.Thonino k M.E. Mllfor.l,l:llfor. VINITA, I. Tm.SEI'T. 21, 1885. Chief BuailYHEAD had bnltor bo careful how he talks of railroads or tho Advocate will light on hla col lar nil "gpraddlod out." Tub Advocate of Inst wook Btntus Hint Oo-tn-ho-tab has just been con rioted in Talilcqunli district of hog- stealing. Whether or not tho pork- ers wero stolen from a widow woman, and tho cars cut off, the editor doesn't say. A 51'MHRti of cattlemen have been indicted at Wichita on tho cliarto of driving cattle infected with Texas fever into tho Indian territory nnd through certain im proved herds. Thoso nro tho parties who wero ordered to bo allowed to nass through by Secre tary Lamar, in violation, as is charged, of tho animal industry Jaw of tho United States. A srcciAL to tho St. Louis Ro- rmblican from Jefferson City, con...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 24 September 1885

rf. A. ' r0TmfmmmBmwwmmitwj ac Indian Chieftain. VTNTTA T 'P qi.mi i 01 sooe gjr ' ' U-l-.-l, JW. .v -i iumi (3 J. THOMPSON, DENTIST, . Vinita. - . . Ind.Tcr. QLIYiiB HAUIIT, i, i'ii YSIUIAN ,D SURGEON. lt nnun o. ai.t .,.. n.i . . Btoro, Vlnlta, I. T. ry p.fortner, rilYSICIANA SURGEON. VINITA, C. N. Office rooms up stairs in south end of Skinner Bros', building. Oflico liours from 8 to 11 a. in. and from 3 to 0 p. m. T.TESBY EIFFEHT. CLOCKS, WATOIIES, JEWELRY Kta ,eklllfiilljr repaired An experienced Jew eler dm btrn employed and all work entrutted lo him will ba guaranteed. Agent fortieth Thgmat' and Anaonla Clocke and Elgin Dd Walthem Watches. Your work Sollcltwl. H A TV. FOHEMAJf, PHYSICIAN l SURGEON. -, . - -.. .. .. .WW. oi mo upcra nousc, VINITA, IND. TER. yM. P. RASMUS, ATTOENEY-AT-LAW, Tahlequah, Chcrokeo Nation, I. T. Will practice before all th conrta of the Oherokee Nation, and tha United Statu Dis trict contt at Fori Smith, Arkantaa. Attendi to all matter! coming up bef...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 24 September 1885

H ('j INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. I. Jr. THOKfCOS klLS. Ml tFORD, Editor!. vitfiTA. . iNtwAtf TnnniTOUY VEILED SPIRITS. "Where do thn angels dwrllj" you ask. Whr. hnm unit fill nrnnnd Aro rnln.lslerl.ia; spirits, clothed In ttrawro dla. pilsesfoumlt Know them In tough And homely forms, In rudest trartnonts clad, Keitrnlnlnjr men from aril way, encouraging inoeani Look keenly under human shells In CTery . . strangest placo, And Deo behind tho th'.n dttglllso an angels patient face. look for them In our humtilcat hornet) In tYianalntia trvi thMVriwnlL She houiichold nngoli which our eyes hitro norer seen loo well. , Whllo looking oil afar to eo tomo spirit ) clothed in pride. And norer rocognliing onoo the angels at our aiaoj Vet Micro tho Heavenly tenant lived In somo familiar form, And there tho sacred angel Oro kept homo s affections warm. In Hold and highway, liouso and street, thoy dally (rather round) . . .. Ihcy tread with wear hearts and feet tho cold nnd ilnnv fri-ntllldl Thejr shlrrr ...

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

y INDIAN m CHIEFTAIN. '- DoTotoiI to the Interests orilio Cherokee, Choctnwf, ClilcUamiwii, Scinlnolcs, C'rcclm, mid itll Other Iniltitu or (lio I ml Ian Territory. "' 1 ' ' ' ! .J "iM I " ' " I . ! ' ' " -L. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1885. YOL.IV. NO. 8. "; Q OURnENT COMMENT, w Tub German Government has ex pelled from Frtissia Count Knmmerlskl, ft Polish nobleman nnd tho largest land owner In Prussia. The Gorman East African Society announces that by treaties with natlvo chiefs It has acquired territory In .nst 'Africa extending tVo degrees of north latitude An application ha been mado to Sccrclnry Whitney for a position for Mrs. Parncll on account of tlio services of her fnthor. tho late Admiral Stewart, In the war of 1812. t'niNcr. To.Hsimii. tho brother of tho Mikado of Japan, wa? recently In Paris. He was making a tour of tho European capitals, for tho purpoi-o of studying governmental Iavtc Ho wdl return to Japan by way of Now York...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 1 October 1885

aB? 'WHto jMwir 5 ,a tBweweaeaare: u-- n fc. f . f " 4'-. Vd m 1 .J 'fe' m v v 3 , 3 I rV IV ;.., I" 1 V A 7 T.J - y .- Ji P- E Lr"i lri . 5 : Indian Chieftain. JDwUeur J . Hall rwTMr. reblleaed Tharadaye by TIM IMMIX CH!RAII ruUHH50 OOXrAlfT. H. J.TInwf nw A M.K. Ml Ward, Kill tor. VINITA, I. T., OCT, 1, 1885. TMB FOURTH ANNUAL FAIR. Srorythlng Movea off Smoothly wmi. &U ko Home Satiated Wlwt tba Stockholders did Be m(4m MeoUa New Offloere. The long-talkodof fair is a thing of tho pnst And if anyone loft with a fcollng that ho had not absorbed enough fair for ono year tho writer did not hear of it. Tho town wob full of peoplo overy morning and evening, but during tho day a seine drawn through it from ono ond to tho other would not have taken a "baker's doicn." Where all tho peoplo came from was a myBtory no ono could solvo, but they wcro hero on that question all wore agreed. The weather, which tho season beforo was Badlv -Jnst us seemed determined to do every thin loaaiblo to ...

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

"i,.S.. - &i- & mimm Indian Chieftain. . . i . , 'VINITA, I. T., OCT. 1, 1885. S. jr. TKOHfttOft, 'Vinita. DENTIST, .v Ind.'Tor. o LITER BlijfcYi. PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. Office over Skinner Bros', grocory itoro, Vinltrt, I. T. B, P. FOKTHER, PHYSICIAN SURGEON. Office rooms ityHtrrirnlu south end of Hkitinor lirov. buiiuing. umco hours from 8 to 11 a. m. and from 3 to 6 p. m. TJEHRV E1FFERT. CLOCKS, WA TOHES,JEWELR Y RU., lYUItally repaired. An experlereed Jew eler has been emplsyea ana an won enirseieo. to Mm will be ratL A(t for Beth Thomas' and Ansonla eloeke and El Kin and ellkasaWethe. Yonr work Solicited. W . TT. FOREMAN, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Office Rooms on Second Floor ot tho Opera Houso, VINITA, IND. TER. W. L. Marks has a new baby at his house. . Weaver's mill Is to bo moved in a short tlmo. Dennis Kicks has been dangerously ili but is now ablo to bo about. Wo have a number of communica tions on hand which wilt appear shortly. Business with tho stove dealers is im...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 1 October 1885

tvm w t H mMtmrnmi i iflTi j i ,'T ,,.: C5 M M j r Sff m ??? It. i I?. ff ?M ' :-.? " & F? It- '' I?- 9 B H 6? PF 2 ISs iw ,t)t Ir- Izi rjf mn Indian Ghieftefn. wUer. rrTiM. riMMwl Tifys by M MMMf UHISTTAIII fKIWI1ll OMtMffT. ft. J. A M. X. Xtlfert, JMHtn. VJMITA, I. T., OCT. 1, 1885. M rOPRTg AKMTJAIi FAIR. vrytfcl Moves off Smoothly m U o Ho Bti8(t TTlMt Mus Siook)oMr M B atM MoMsc Maw CMBm. The long-talkod-of fair is a thing of the past and if anyono left with a feeling that ho had not absorbed enough fair for one year tho writer did not hear of it. M'ho town wrm fall of peoplo ovory morning and evening, but during the day a eeino drawn through it from one ond to the other would not have taken a "baker's dozen." Where all tho peoplo came from was a mystery no ono could boIvo, but they wcro hero on that question all wore agreed. The weather, which tho season beforo was sadly figainBt us seemed determined to do every thing possiblo to retrieve itself and was as pleasant as coul...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 8 October 1885

flfflXlE" -1. Av 9BS tap INDIAN CHIEFTAIN t; Devoted to the Interest of the Cherokee, Choctaw, Ctilckasnws, Seminole, Crock, ami all Other Indiums of tho iHdlnn Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1885; VOL. IV. NO. : i;ttffafikiiff&AiaE it iifMri 1 r K ) bt OUnilBNT COMMENT. Tiie death rata In London for iho wcuk cmlcd September 20 was only 13.8 per 1,000 ntiuu.tllv. This figure Is tho lowcsUvcry rcconlid. Tun phnnbers of Nqw York City re cently majo a ,icman,i 0f u,0r cm. pioyors. Tor ft reduction of hours of labor trom ten to nine, with no ro. dueon of wnjres. A movrsiknt was reported on foot, with fair prnepcets of success, to pro cure a pardon for tho Younger broth ers, now serving a life sontonco In tho Stdlwntcr (Minn.) penltontlary for Jinrtlolpntlng In Iho Northlleld murdor and bank robbery several years ago. A bi'fxial from Laredo, lox., say n romoMvns, current thcro that tho sec tion men on tho Moxlcan Central Hall way, b...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 8 October 1885

Rr 4. t ;i A w .4 Indian Chieftain. OeaslPoli.sxr At a. Xali JPaMf Yonr. lfclMH! TJir4r by Ta heaiAit CenarrAiir roMjtniio Comtawt. .4.Tmim A M.E.MIlttni, Editors, VINITA, I. T , OCT. 8, 1885. ' Tmjc National Cnttlo and Morso Urowcrs nsnocintion Assembles in St. Louis on Monday, November 23rd. " Sam Jones wants 8200 per week for his services. Salvation is n good thing, but it comes mighty "high" this fall. The Stondley family havo abatv doped journalism and dismounted from tho oditoriitl tripod of tho Champion office last week. Fresco statistics show that not more that 60 per cent, of mad dog bites aro fatal. In some years the percentage is very much less, never mora. The Denlson Gazetteer, last Sunday, issued a twelvo page pa ppr, the occasion being its thir teenth anniversary. It wm in every respect a beauty. TnE annual messngo of Governor Wolf, of tho Chickasaws, is in construction decidedly below what might havo been expected from the executive officer of either of the five nati...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 8 October 1885

u a I hi w kH' tVi l 1 m Ii"' Indian Chieftain. 1i VlNITA, I. T., OCT. 8, 1886. g J. THOMPSON, DENTIST, Vinita. . . - Intl. Tcr. QWWiR BAOMT, .' PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. Offlco over Skinner Bros', grocery eloro, Vinlta, I. T. T P. FORTNEB, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. VINITA, C. N. Office rooms up stairs in south end of Sklnnor Bros', building, Ofllco hours from 8 to 11a. m. and from 3 to 6 p. m. T.TK5BY E1FFERT. CLOCKS, WATCHES,JEWELRY Ktc .tklllfnlly repaired. An experienced Jew eler hit bMn employed end U work entrusted to him will bo guaranteed. Agent fortieth Thomas' and Antonla cloekt and Elgin and Wallhara Walchit. Yonr work gollclt. S3 A W. F0REMA5, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. D6T"Oflico Rooms on Second Floor ot tho Opera Houso, VINITA, IND. TEU. Tho Creok andOhOctaw councils mot this week. It Is said tho school fund will ran 20,000 short ol what Is required. Sampson Cole, a Choctaw ihorlfl was thrown from his mule last week and killed. Supreme court should have begun last Monday but was adjou...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 8 October 1885

J&" h,- O K FT B- i -:? ?sa? Ifctf jffl I i " la Sua? Fs& H I! : - ra .-1 4 6? E3. &. INDIAN CHIEFTAIN, I. J. TROUPEO ft M. R. MlMTORD, rdltors. . . ,, .,, f. VINITA. . TNDTAN TEimiTOilY I A rOCM BY WHITTIER. (Th following poem b the Quaker poet Jrae read at the recent HaTerhllt (Mass.) meet- nv ua nil ousssranicv.j !Tbo rulf of eeven una flft yean. Wo stretch our welcoming band loroMt .Tho distance but a feeble toss Between ut and our youth appear. For In life's school we lln The remnant of a once I lirer full en list . uonnin our lessons, undismissed, With facet to iho letting ton. And romo have rone the unknown war, And soma await Iho call to rest: Who knoweth whether It li best To thoso who went or ua who stay? nil TtU despite of lost and 111, If fnlth and lore and hope remain, purlengthordaa la not In Tain, fid life la well worth living still. BUM to r. gracious Provldenoo The thanka of srntoful hearts aro due Vt bleaalnira when our tires were new, or all the good v...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 15 October 1885

,. jmMOimmmmmiti 0 , - u CHIEFTAIN. INDIAN sts: ' r Devoted to the intercut of the Cherokee, C'linctaui, Ciilcltnsmvii,, Seminole, Crock, nnI all Other Inillnn- of tho iHdlaH Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1685. VOL-. IV. N0r5. i-yWjft?. r- ,. w V HlKSvtlnev f Austral nl IlcraUl on- nouuees tho innrrinco ot l)!on ltauot JjJ, r.wi to Miss Thorndjke, Saplnmbor 0. In Hid Circuit Court at Newark. N. J., .Ititlpo l)oiuta held Hint umlor Uio civil rplits Itvw u hotel-keeper was not obliged to ftvlmU colorcil persons to tho common dining-room. A iioiiv wm found In lho whirlpool sapid nt Niagara Tails lho ollior after moon wli eh Ims been lilcntlllcil as Hint f James Thompson, of Now YorK State, who iml fceen missing omo time. Tiir Danish uxpcdltlon to Hast Greenland nfter an nbjcnro of twenty rtliio months, has roturncd to Copon liigen. Tho o.xpedit on mndo n special chart of n hitherto 'unknown coast tcnelilru; latitude CO. 08 north, nn...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 15 October 1885

rv - f MM jpHPWapiWi vo .- PR E&- &" i 8' J I m . "3 si tr L i J l-.c fe 53 B 13.4 m m i i$ P DM Indian, Chief tain. DUtur Ac te, XaJU r Xmmt. I's)IIfc4 ThwreiaTe by . ThIwiak CilirtAln PuicHiiiKo Ooxrainr. ,4.TVwtiHifni A X. E. MitfoH, Mltor. VINITA, I. T., OCT. 15, 18S5. Vihita would not object to being inftdo the court hou of a. new district. The defeat of the Nationals sccma to ba morb complete than at first claimed. Cherokee affairs received an airing last Monday morning in tho GlobeDcmocrat. SoCTirERN Kansas papora say that thr boomers are invading "no maa's land" by hundreds. EniZABKTH UAMiETT of BaltU moro has a fortune of $12,000,000. Mrs. A. T. Slatrt has two and a half times as much. A street car striko was inaugu rated at St. Louis the second day of tho fair, and it has been in progress over since. Mns. Faib, formerly wife of the Nevada senator, is worth $4,000, 000, and tho first wife of Senator Tabor has $2,000,000. If tho members of our national council desiro...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 15 October 1885

--.-- -rmi.mitT.MiWW-tllMtttWift'iWafc ( ' & P) It 1 t He" Chi Indian CMeftain. VINITA , I. T.. OJJT. 15, 1886. Local XailroitiTifflo Tablet. Missouri rAdrio railwat . doixa south. Na.l.ltanb'IBt.L.aT.Ex. Ho. , 1 K. AT, Eiprest AitnrrK l:10.m H:ip.m rntrtar. 4:lo.m. S:0"p m. oomaxorrn. No.t,TT.Ht.I,.Allb'l ox Ho.l.M.K.&To-press. AtBITK. 10:10pm. l;ltjim, DH'ABT 10:sop.m. Iilfpm.. RT. LOUIS A BAH WANCISCO ItAILWAT. aonra wist. Ex. from St. I. to Tolsa, Accommodation . ... AHIITX. 11:10pm. Uigoem. DIPAT. lMJpm. noma xxn. IAMBI I. I DirAET. I 4:pm. I:l5m. 8:90pm Through coach from Bt, Louis to Tnlit. g J. THOMPSON DENTIST, VinlU, - - - . Ind. Tcr. QUTEBBAUBT, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Offico over Skinner Bros', grocery store, Vinlla, I. T. T) F. FORTNER, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. VINITA, C. N. Offico rooms up stairs in south end of Skinner Bros', building. OfTico hours from 8 to 11 a. m. and from 3 to 0 p. m. A If. FOREX., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. JMP Office Rooms on Second Floor...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 15 October 1885

z ft" I;,, I k- .' F Bit '! ! H - z. r.r m li J 2' ? 3 INDIAN CHIEFTAIN, &7,TBMro ft K.X.MILFOM), Editor! . !, Y1NITA. INDIAN TErUcITCmv THE WOOD GIANT. From Alloc nr to Sandwich Dome, Krom Mad to Baro Wrcr, For patriarch ot the primal wood Wo doujtat wlta rain endeavor. Ami then wo nl J t " Tho tttanu old Aro lot beronl retrieval. This pigrar rrowtb tho axo has spared Ji not tbo wood prlmoraL 'Look where w will o'er ralo aiidTilU How hue ara our acarolica, For broad vlrthcd maploa, wide limbed oaks, Centennial plnoa and birches I " Their tottiirM llmba tho Mo and aaw llarochanfred toteamand trcstloai Titer rest In walla, trior float on teas, Tliejr rot in aunken s cssele. Thla thorn and wnsted mountain land Of underbrush and bowlder Who thinks to tco Ita full grown treo I Must Urea century older." At last to us a woodland path, To opou auntet leading, llerealed tho Annklin of pines Our wildest wish exceeding. tflono, tho lercl aun before, Ilolow, tho lako'a frrcon Islands, (Ter...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 October 1885

fiwi iiHMffiNial H5 INDIAN CHIEFTAIN ) Devoted to the Interest oftlto Cherokee, Chnclnwi, Chlckuinwii, Hemlnolcs. Crock, ami nil Other IihIIhhr of tho Indian Territory. ': a CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1885. VOL-. IV. NO. 6. nS MMMmm CUimfiNT OOMMENP. Anvicns from Asknlmd sny Hint tlio Hngl'sh engineers nt Hcrnt nro prepar ing for tho constructon of n railway to Cnmlnhnr. TilKl.omlon Slumlord snysi In many o!rclotho death of "Josh Hillings" w 11 ennso moro unaficctod, regret limn woulil tlio loss of a moro omlnont In structor of tho people. The suit of Mrs. William Noumo'slcr ngalnst tho Centonnlal Mutual Life In Burnnco Company, of Durllngton, Iowa, for a jiolloy of two thousand llvo hundred dollars on tho llfo of her deceased husband, was deo'ded nt Dubuque In favor of tho plnlnlllT. Tho company refused to pav tho policy on tho ground that Ncurao'slcr committed suicide. KonKHT 11. UoosKVKLT. of New York, Augustus S. Mcrrlman, of North C...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 October 1885

jv t 'j-msmmm T 4a H .1 itt ?" 3 I"' Til LW a i us r: I .- ' O a fe. E iue. 'U,&,w.fss '. .. ii mt piimtm xhtlian Chieftain. On JDollnx & n, ZXiOi ror Yoar. t'nlilUfif! Tfinrmlat liv Tnr liwx Ciiim-tah J'i iiumifui Compakit S.4. Thnmj)0Ji ft M.E.MIlforii,rlllori. VTSITA, I. T., OCT 22,l&i Asvuiixa tlio mrtller with this JcMio of tlio Indian Uiiikftaix? Frank Ja.h:s, the notorious out law, is clerking in a store nt Nevada, Missouri. Times nro reported good in uest orti Kansas. The country !b rapid ly filling up with settlers. H. W. Shaw, "Josh Billings,1 died on Wednesday of last week at Monterey, California, of apoplexy. Ciiiek IUrsitYiii'Ai) had an inter view with tlio president and is paid to havo left Washington in a vory happy mood. ,A LETTEn recently mailed at tho Galveston postofllco for Palestine, Texas, found its way to tho holy land and camo back. Chief Dueiiyiirad camo down yesterday and went to Okmulgoo. Ho made, while in Washington, tho effort of his lifo in ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 October 1885

5s t it !e I i 7 (' as Indian Chieftain. VINITA, I. f., OCT.' 22, 188o local Railroad Time Tablet. MW801TIII 1-AClPIO RAILWAY. tioixri south. Ns.l.ltanbMSt.LAT Ex Ho. t, U.K. AT Kaprcea 4:lo.m S:n.m nrrAirr. 4:10a. m. :Wi.m. UOIXU MOUTH. Ho.l.T.v.fit I. A 111, h'lex 1 10 "ii. 1:1 .sinpm. HIVI. IIKIMKT lo:snp.m liltiim.. Xo.l.M.K.&Torpres 17pm, BT. LOUIS ATjAX FRANCISCO RAILWAY. nnixu Kinr. X(. from St. I,, to Tali, Accommodation ABItlTK. ltilirpm. 11:30am. ttarairr. lt:Mpm. 00110 KAtT. arritc. I Dti'Airr. l..ltlMinfl.lllni. St. Louie express 3:Mam I S:Miira. Through eoaeh from St. Lirals to Tulss C J. THOMPSON DENTIST, Vinita, . . . Ind.Ter. Q LITER 1UGHY, Pll YSICIAN A SURGEON. Oflico over Skinner Dros', grocery aioro, Vinita, I. T. T F. FORTNKK, PH YSICJA N6S UilGEON. VINITA, C. N. Office rooms up stairs in south cud of Skinner Ilros'. building. Oflico hours from 8 to 11a. m. and from 3 to 6 p. m. A TT. FOKKHaX, PHYSICIAN A JUJiQEON. SOffico Rooms on Second Floor ot the Opera ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 October 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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