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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 29 October 1885

4 ft Q fT" i" J - y t; f t ,, INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. i Devoted to tlio Interest ofilio Cherokee Clioctnws, Clileknsmvs, Hcmlnolcs, Creeks, iinit all Oilier Imllnna of the Indlnn Tcrrlldrr. ss CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2U, 1885. VOL-. IV, NO. 7. k ; i Vjj i i I 1 M& OURBBNT COMMENT. A DiSKAsr. called "black leg" similar to Texas fevor, was recently announced ns breaking out among tlio cattlo of Massachusetts. An illicit still, operated by Alfred Prey, a farmer, was discovered In Scotch Grove, Jones County, Iown, ro ccptly, tlio first discovery of tlio kind that has boon ninilo In Iowa for j cars. Frederick Warner, n professional ball tosscr. formerly conncctcil with the Philadelphia Baso Hall Club, was committed In that city recently for Jieglcctlqg to support his wife and two children. The Popo recently called a meeting of tho Vatican ofllelals to draft Induc tions to tho Fronch bishops. It was believed the coalition of tho Fronch ' ltndical...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 29 October 1885

sil62 t. J c - . ' O 1. '!&' w Ll: i a FK K &r Jiirtliii Chieftain. ' - ,. "-- ; PnMlinml Thttrrt-,re by Tim Iim CiiiwtTAii I'l'LUrnixti Commit M. J.ThnmpKOR & M.E. Xllford, Editors. Ten mow subscribers nml rcnow nla Inst Tuesday wo accept as n very pronounced "vindication." The Ncohlio TlmcB rclera to Iowa as tho" "bndgcr state0 What's tho mattci' with Wisconsin, noinlibor? Do not complain if this issue is a trlllo cooler than last. We'must give tho old man n breathing spell you know. Wr. have perfected arrange ments for furnishing our readers with a fall nnd intelligent Weekly report of what council is doing. The Arkansas City Traveler and tho Advocate seem to be "sawing off " with each other on reprinting Bushyhcad news from tho Qlobc-Dcmocrat's telegraphic columns. The Arkansas City Democrat prints n snako story vory much resembling tho ono told by Mr. llonch of Locust hill which wo gave two or thrco weeks ngo. Wo fear tho Democrat's editor has been reading tho Chief...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 29 October 1885

m M a 1 Q & - stM t . 1 i'i ' -, n,n. iimiiiiiiis iiiiiw Ihiasii iiimii mi siiI iwiiiii iii"i Ism Ii " '"' '" " '' " '""'' ' -1-- ',1- -' "' -'-- .1 , Illll I S uult-lVnMBWn 9 t . I T 'I era i ah T "IMian Chieftain. l?TM'mx 1 I.T.7 0CT:rig ,ardraweeIV,,y,"rC,0nt 'M local ItallroadTTimo Tabloi. T1, Ppn'rity of the Frisco hotel 'W .. Is daily increasing. A. MISSOUniPAcik-miiAtr.wAv. . 2 "flsf colxo Kinn. Ne.i.mnVlRt.t.AT )Cx. 1lS! m I ' 'i M W A T Etlirrts Silgp m flRPART. 4:init.m vwp.m. omro Vomit. Ho.t.Tek.St.Ti.AllbMex Aimv. lo:!wpm. liHpm, nKPAIlT. lo.sop.m. .Iij;im.. No. 4. iiK kt express. BT. LOUISA SAN FKANC18CO KAILWAV. noi.vo vrxiiT. Mx from St f, to Tulsa, Accommodation . .. AlmiYK 12:10pm. ll:.xm. nr.PAiiT. li:Um. (10010 BAST. j AnnlVB.I I1KPAIIT. Accommodation I 1 dlSim. St Ixinl express 3:S.a;h. SuV-vm. Through couch from St. IontttnTnlsn. Q J. TH0MrS0, DENTIST, Vinlta, - - - Ind. Ter. QMTEB iiAanr, PHYSICIAN .t SURGEON. Ofllco over Skinner Bros1, grocery otoro, Vinl...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 29 October 1885

SB v y u o if f 5 . i .'. & -: si. $ LNDlAiN CHIEFTAIN, I.J.rHQMPEO.-J 4K E MI170SC, Editors. !'!' ' VINI'M . 1vmN TPtUUTOUV THE BOflES. Xbcrca the man vtbo let'e Ton shake hi) llmpy ind tho mtn who leans agalnityotfrrricn you eland Ofthleirore. There a tho man who hn fear That Iho world Id, year by year, Orowlnffworwi porbepa bo's near Dolt lbs door. there's Iho fellow with conundrum quits an tique . . Ho'i a boro. And the man who arte you "WhaU" when er you epoak, Thoueh you roar. There's the man whoalapayourbaok With r hutton-lmrttinir whack It you think bo'n on your track, Holt tho door. There'! tho punttcr with his orcrlattlaff pun And tho man who make nllltcrntlvo "fun" Woreo and morel Thero'a tho man who tells tho tale That a year turn waa stale ' liao as not he'i out ot Jail Dolt tho door. CMtagi Xexeu BEHIND CRIME'S CURTAIN A Poop ot tho Way Ohoatod. Justloo Is Sclenttflo HurElnrt The Champion lloe;nea , of Hie World How the llnrglar Illtlilre Ilia l'lnnder Two Startler...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 5 November 1885

tt o INDTAN CHIEFTAIN. Devoted te the Interest at the Cherokee, Choctnwa, Clitcluisitwn, ftcmliiolcs, Orcein, ami nil Oilier Indiana, of the Itu'lan Territory. ".j CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TEItRITOllY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1885. VOL. IV. NO. 8. r.i Wu t. II . ICi P- k Fri 'W . OURUBNT COMMENT. BTituPAitr, tlio Hudson Tiny observer, whoso fnto was In doubt, nrrivcil nt St. John, N. P., safely. Obkkrai. Vox Moltkb cclcbrntcd Ills clghty-flfth birthday on tlio 2Cth of October. Ho win enjoying excellent health. Tun skcloton of tlio Into Jumbo is now nt Trof. Henry A. Ward's nnturnl neloncocatnbllslimont tn Hoclicstor, N. 3T., whoro it is being mounted. A Tkxas cnttlo thief win recently ne)tilttctl nt llrownsvlllc, his wlfo hav ing confessed In tenrs that herself mid child wuro starving nnd alio had nskod that tl'.o cnttlo bo killed. Tiik llonmnnlnn liovcrnmcnt hns expelled a dozen eminent Jewish edit or. This action is supposed to lmvo orcn promoted by tlio attacks made ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 5 November 1885

i 75 i?95t Kr it,. , -? SY t, ,.xitii y,L tL : HjaSjSyj y l?a L .9! tea. t4 & 4 i: Indian Chieftliin. -- J' KI'J. O. XJollnf & a ZZaU I. Yoar. Pnullshrd Tlmrsilaye by Tnit litMnNf CiimrrAiM 1'cukiinuAa ComfAr S, J. Thompson & Jf . E. MJ'.fohi, Editors. VINITA, I. T., NOV., 5, 18S5. This Clierokco national council nsaomblcil last Monday. It is etntod that Indian Commls eionor Atkins bo at Muakogco on Friday of this wcolc. It win. now bo in ordor lor tho Advocate to prove that it was lying last week when it promulgated tho interior department decisions nnd reports. We feah tho doliborations of council will bo somewhat delayed. The arrival of Bushyhcad'e treas ury statement has not yet been reported. MONTBITH Sandeixs, of Fort Smith has been appointed prosecu ting attornoy and Col. John Car roll, of Kuroka Springs United States marslial of tho federal court. The proposal to turn tho pur chasing and distribution of Indian supplies over to tho war depart ment meets with man)'...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 5 November 1885

faha Indian Chieftain. VINITA, I. T., NOV., fi, 1885. Local Railroad Timo Tables. JIISSOUKt r-ACIKIO 1U1MVAY. ooito aotrrii . V 1 tf.-1.ll ft. v l r Mo. E, M K. A T. Kxprett l AiimVn liioa.m nirAitT. 4:in.m. il oip.m, 41 )IKO HORTII. tWo.,TJr,8t li Allb'l ex I go ti,n,T exnrem. AKHITK. 10.3Opm l:Hiiti DEPAitr. lo.tOp m. liUpm.. p. I.OU18A-8AN FKANCIBCO HA1MVAY. 7 ,v ootxo irm. Rx. from Rt T. (A Tnlit Accommodation AMiim. !lOpm. lliWem. llRrART. U.Vifim. coma XAtT. .Accommodation I I i.ir.nm Vf Ixult epreti I iiiinm j'.oopm! '""" coecn rrom bi. lonn to inns. Tlio llrao for fattening tho thanks giving turkey has nrrtved. ' Subscrlfio for thoOmxmtit and keep posted on what council Is doing. M. Frnzco & Go's, now drug houso presonts a very hnndsomo front. Mayor Trott's proclamation ordorlng a city oloctlon appoars In thlslssuo. It Is about timo to put your apples and potatoes In the collar for wlntor tiso. Bond In your Job work and it will bo printed on now typo and with now rollers...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 5 November 1885

ggga g hig..,. MSJ" aw faxs-fl sAwfK IS" " " THE WALKUP TRIAL, PiOgfToss of tho Emporia Poiaonlnjr Oaso. After Oeoopjlnr ftlx Dari In Examining ' Witnesses th Prosecution Rests Mrs. Yratltnp's Attorneys M-lVlnj a Vigorous Defense. 1). Tenth Day The Defenae. EurontA, Kan., October 37. When the Afclkup cat opened yesterday morning ' the State announced ttint It had no further nrldencfl ready and icave way for the dof ense. Mr. Scott then addressed tlio Jury In ex planation of the defenie which lit client ' was prepared to makn. He spoke for over an hour, during which he said he deprecated any rrltlclim of the dead, but the prosecu tion had been inch ai to compel the defenso to exhibit Walkup's prlrato character and habits ai they really had been. Ills address made a marked Impression, Ebon Baldwin, of Lawrence, was the first witness called by the defen . Ue related how N went with Walknp last December to visit the Now Orleans Expoiltton. Walk up bought mcdlrlno In a St. Louis drug sto...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 12 November 1885

I? ft t INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. -a. frs VINT), it v -- J.Txr--Jii. 3SB CMI1& Dcvetcd te the Interests of tho Ckcrokcci, Chocttuvs, Chlcknunivs, Seminole, Crocks, and all Other Indian or tho Indian Tcrrlterj-. cuiidjv publishing co. K A VINITA, MDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1885. VOL-. IV. NO. 9. r '( I h 0004 - "' . '.T lha itlfrtni ". 7U ML rocrsslt lik reoeieaal a cl-ne isska v .r am ' hniUrie Jib starvi io tho aneST ntnJ i ntrt starvation m no hnon annual rnwtiil eWbrropew IdanoTor- JfttocM half f iW drop .fijmlnUeti of tarn Tnr- 'tnT ventr-an Umts- re growing in raid 'f 'Jam! IL in Superior ronn of DavitaCoin 8. C , roccntlv cmtalilMietl a nroce- VK I nt in law Le Turner aird Abraham Initji wore eent to tho I'auktonttarr 'o vpr each fur Mealing a wnter- iMon It is tin lint instance an rd in law annals of Uio Mate. dtnptli) nnl rnlinrti fl still ttevw riTT; in Auttln, Tr a ti rnldaale. was c nllm-d pr'oi'ipallv to aaylams. inonp 'Jirt imp yMiuh tru Mrs. 1i lincl 'l mnor, ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 12 November 1885

Iftglm 8 mo is&iii W-TS?! -- o ai. 5, F 4 & l Iei '-TJ W I2 n, Indian OhioftaiiL 0 XJollair St a. XXatli Pew Teu. Iltbltilicd Ttnm.1re by Tub Input UiuirrAlx ririi.taiitxci Co v taut fl.J.Thompiwi jfc M. E. Mllford. .MHors. VIN1TA, I. T., NOV., 12, 1885. THE OHEROKHE NATIONAL OOtJNOIL. Taiilequaii, I.T., Nov. 0, 1833. u Last Tucutlay evening after it was 'J determined by llio senate to oxam- ino tho iiiclosurcs of tho envelope that purported to '-onta.n charges and ovldcnco in tho J.ipo-Clinm-bcrs' contest, tho investigation bo gan in earnest, and was taken up and continued to a closo next morn ing. Tho friends of cither con testant watchod tho proceedings with an interest that becamo so noisily exprcBsivo that tho pres ident, who doubtless had heard of if not seen, tho galleries of congross cleared of an "ob stropcrous" crowd, ordered tho chamber to bo cleared, and proceed ed with closed doors. Between 10 nnd 11 o'clock attention on tho outside was attracted by someone aski...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 12 November 1885

'lyw; ft r U dMM eD I 1 r. -y f ' JUrlKt. lo lrl to Indian Chieftain. VINITA, I. T NOV., 12, 1885. lallroad Timo Tables. gum rAcino railwat. JXI A-OiUiIiV iV BUJiUAUlV. VINITA, C. N. Ofllco rooms up stairs in south end of Skinner Bros, building. Ofllco hours from 8 to 11 a. m. and from 3 to G p. m. A 1vr0REMA,r PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Ofllco Rooms on Second Floor ot tho Opora House, VINTTA, IND. TER. A TJUUSTUS K. IVEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Tahloquali, ... Indian Territory. Will practice In all tliB Courts of thu Indian Territory, and Urlted States Court at fort Hnillh, Arkansas. 7 Badgott &, Blakeney Are norr buying nil kinds or Q A M B! DBCl3.o-3 efts 37iajf 3 HIGHEST PRICES IN CASH ! I rj"All partial ara requested to call and eeo at boforo selling lelnowhere. We offer mom nu meral Inducements than nnr nthnr Itnvnra In till, nil, UADOETT A RLAKKNElf, Opera Home Ill'k, Vmlta, Indian Territory. Mt FRISCO HOTEL Vinita, Ind. Tor. Only Frst-Class Homo Between rar. sons nnil Denlson. 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. — 12 November 1885

w!Bffwi "cv;j.'w 'iMf p h r-i fcXT 1 Mftv, t& ! 11 fc it lr.. ? IV p I' IPIAN CHIEFTAIN. K J. TMMtraff ft X. X. KIirSEB, XAItors, YlNITA. INDIAN TEIUtlTORY A CUNNING SCHEME. But It Didn't Work to tho Author'o w Entlro Batlnftiotton. His parishioners watched Hot. Mr. Brown with peculiar Interest as ho lo't tho graTo-yard, lending his t littlo girls by tho hand. They wondorcd, knowing how much she hnd been to hlru, how ho would enduro tho tcrrlblo blow of his wife's death. Ills (nco was llko mftrblo as tho oolTln was lowered Into tho grave; thcro was no outward sign, of anguish, but no one doubted for a moment that ho suffered kconljr. Ho had been rather a mystery to his con grogatlon always; but they know him to bo cnpablo of doop fcollng, In splto of his cold, impasslro manner. A noisy, demonstrative show of grief would havo bean Impossiblo to htm. 31o was n man of groat tranquility of mind, and with littlo onergy of dispo sition. Ho took all that I'rovldenco font him very dutif...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 19 November 1885

T ' " " L"-'""-1-' - ' -'" si WPifwirpf-uiiiiiini H-nii i i p. .mi in.aa. m jiwf i .. -p ipi, .w .i i'i . imiw n ww i i 1 1 ! a . i i niMi.ip ! ip miimi wmpi-WMi i mmii ifwwiwiww" 'W p nwTwwi uiii m mini tumnmnniinwi mmmnMmvw rwi wiKwywMi ys.- -j-ji w.-t pi ' iyjMiyywjyyy(iiip' "T JIM. rJ I . INDIAN Sit r . . . rTTTT?T?nn a ttvt DoTotoil to tho Interests oftlio Cherokee, Choclmvi, Clilclinsnw, Scmlnolcs, Credit, nml nil Other Iiullnns of the iHdtnti Torrltorr. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1885. VOL IV. NO. 10. f i v i V 1 i T CURRENT COMMENT. Commissioner Fink Is quoted as sny- mg that tho word pool for ngrecmonts botwoou railroad oompanlos crates , upon his car. It has o borsc-mclng lingo. ! f Wrrrv ihn t,i,t. nni. - r..i. I rnl rAnHitM . -ir.i. .L .- . ... .vvuuiijr i-uiuu w uisimcct mo , lintl.ll urltnM nn1t ...... H..l. t 1 tiled, a cat was found to bo covered n win small pustnlos. i The distinguished l)r. Carnontcr. of tfl Londqn, di...

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 November 1885

l&Z i 131 3k :3' Jf It f K " IV 7 Pn Indian Chioftaln. Ota 33alleir to m. Kalf Fov "Teavr. l'nbllahrd Tl.nreiSaya by Tra ImlAx OniBrtAin lVnuatuiia Com-ahy. 3fi S.J.Thamp-oa.t M.E.MIlfonl, Editor, VINITA, I. T NOV., 19, 1885. Good morning Mr. Uouilinot. Wk TAKK yrldo in calling niton Hon (o Oils issue of tho Chieftain, D. H. Ross," tho rotiring editor of tho Advocate, lias served Ills friends bettor limn tho people. The executive councilors recent ly clocted, nro Ned Christie, Daniel Kedbird nnd David Muskrat. "We oivr this week a copy of tho Bonalo resolution providing for nn investigation of tho $300,000 matter. Wo only hopo it may bo thorough and unbiased by party consideration. At the council elections held Inst weok James M. Keys was chosen supremo judge; E. C. Coudinot, editor of tho Advocate nnd Allen Koss, auditor. All were tho regular notnlnoca of tho Na tional party. Louis Rikl, tho leader of tho half-breed rebellion in Manitoba, was executed last Monday at Region, 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. — 19 November 1885

' m 1 I r V ' ndian Chioftain. VINITA, I. T., NOV., 19, 1885. local Railroad Tlmo Tablqs. jhasoum rACiri'a.nAH,WAY. aoimi South ARII1T VIlVAltT. 4!l0a.m. SieOp.m. M.ISl,lIaaVim.t,.AT M So. lj. M.K. itT. Express Sitrip.m 4:Ob m oolita onrn Ito. Ul.T.St.I. Allb'lex itnlti. lo-Mpm. :17pm, ukfart. 10:1.1p.m. 11:7r.m. Ko.lM iM,K,TimiM, 'ST. I.OU18 AflAN FIIANC18CO BAILWAT. noma wist fltt from St. L. to Tnlse. tlXPAHT. 11:20pm. liiiopm. UiSftam. Aeeommodetlon . . aomu sait. 'Accommodation I 4 .num. I itvi I nfitlHT -, t LouleerprcM I S:16m. Siscpm. J Throngh ooaeh from St. Ixmle to Tulsa. J. THOMPSON DENTIST, ij vinita, Ind. Tcr. QLITIRBAUSY, PHYSIOIAN& SURGEON. MfflftA AWAH QlrlnnAH TlvMflt grocery , store, Ylnita, I. T: 4j r.roKTSEK, ."i '. . . MY8I0IAN& SURGEON. VINITA, 0. N. Offico rooms up stalra in south end of Skinner Uros'. building. Oflico hours from 8 to 11 a. in. and from ,3 to 0 p. m. A TT. FOBKMAJf, PHYSICIAN k SURGEON. f r0flice Rooms on 8econd Floor oi Uio Opera Hou...

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 November 1885

; s '3 ,-- w i-jj-i w w h T.; Iff. cJ r V ij- INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. j. tftMfrox x. z. xiitoxb, wum, VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY e HURRAH FOR OLD WINTE&. Harrri for Old Winter! Hurrah for tba snow I 3turrh for tboMItranls, and oold mnrther Wowl , ' We'll bask by the flro so ootjr and warm. And laugh at Jaok Frost, who can do us no barm. We'll rot vl on pie made of pumpkin and And tlaunhlpr preserrea of pluma, poaohes luidqulnoet rVo'll least upon JelUet and tarkeri and And buckwheat oakot swimming- In 'lassos .iro'll tamo. We'll tkate on the loe and we'll ride In the I sleigh. And danco at the ball, with the tnaldenj so And alss thorn at partlos and spark by the irra to I TU1 bounoM by their pa'a for remaining: ao late Woll nestle up onus; In n bis; featherbed, ' And pull fleeor blankets up orer our head! And lltt to the storm as It rasjes and roars. And answer It back with a roller of snores. Hurrah for tho winter! becauso we are round Whon old and rhoumatlo this tune won't bo sunsi Th...

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 November 1885

' it' , I 'I , O '1 INDIAN CHIEFTAIN Devoted to tho Intorcits of (ho Chcrokccs, Clioctmvs, Clilcluiiitws, Seminole, Creek, unci nil Other Indian of tho Indian Territory. a U W CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1885. VOL IV. NO. 11. P fc. 1 I CURRENT COMMENT. A new emancipation net lias boon IntroiHicod In tlio llrnxlllnn Parliament favoring nn curly emancipation of the i'aves. An Anglo-French ngrcoment, re pro Renting tlio Newfoundland fisheries, has been slgnod In Paris. It Is ro garded ns a satisfactory cotupromlo on tho questions Involved. Tiik stonmshlp Switzerland rccontly nrrlvcd nt Philadelphia from Antwerp, with a party of ono hundred and twcnly-flvu cmiginnts, bound to Chi cago. Tlio party was undor the direc tion of SIgnor Dancst Lulgi Chan, n Neapolitan mtislclan. All wcro sup prcd wllh instruments common to Ilapnn Mrect wnrblcrs. It Is understood that n party will tart from Ottawa, Can., shortly to niako prcllm'nary survey of tho p...

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 November 1885

wTlWnSBWJIHsVjlBHI3WBI BtfllHMKHnKmHiKVimKVBPls gwiiiM lfa,w'ifrira JWiBJlWWlW T "'$ " ' g'jfatf'.'t'y1' wyywyfMiiju lc S,3l, l"l 1 n Indian Chieftain. Okt SoU-tr 8c m. WnJi Petr Yasur. rnbllsbed Thnrsilays by Tt InfoU-i UmmAiK I'niiLMiiiiin CommUt J'.Tiftimjno & M. K. Xllforri, IMItors. Cukorxss will soon absorb tho public nttcntlon. The coming ono is tho long session. Wis auk glndlo bclicvo that our renders foci that wc nro rendering tlicm full vnluo for their money. Want um A niicrnscopo of suf ficient power to reveal ono or two of tho strong points in tlid chiefs Ihto message. 0, that tcrriblo investigating committee. Tho way thoso four senators nnr harrowing up tho souls of Romo ftlks is nwful tb- contcm pinto. Poon Quilikl Phillips; what; a chango has como o'er tho spirit of his drenms. In days gone by he wns tnt-tfecf to talk; now ho is re quired to write. Among tho portraits given in tho Globe-Democrat of gentlemen nt tending tho cnttlomen's convention, wo observe that o...

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 November 1885

.L . v B r flndiaii Chief tain. VIMfPA T ai iirwt on soar 4",u,"l in iiuii, '! ioou. Local Kallroad Timo Tablei. MISSOUM PACiriO KAII.WAT. OOIXO SOUTH Altnivi 4 ins m S:toyjm DKPAHT 4.111 m aitop.m. Wa.lSMimVIBt.Ii AT Ex go. im, M k at Knprti OOIXO WORTH.- AtniTi. 10 xspm rrrAKT. 10.11p.m. H'tlp m go. ill.T 9t I. ATlb'lex go l,l.M.K ATenrm, K. 8T LOUIS A.SAN FIIANC1SCO KAIMVAY. ooixo WXIT. anniva. Kx. from St L. to Tali, inopm. Accommodation 1 11. turn, lt.Upm. ooixa Mitt. I imiu nirART Accommodation I . . I titipm SI Loula exprcre . . I SilSitm I :S0pm Through eorh from 8t. Iml to Tall. G J. THOMPSON, DENTIST, Vinita, - ... Ind. Tor. QLIYEKIUGUr, PltYBIOIAN A SUIIQEON. Ofilco over Skinner Bros', grocery Btore, VInlta, I. T. o r.rOIlTNKB, PHY8I0IAN& SURGEON. VINITA, C. N. Office rooms up stairs In south end of Skinner Bros', building. Ofllco hours from 8 to 11 a. m. and from 3 to 6 p. m. ?$'A "l F0REJU!f i si iniuiiiv vouuunuiv. Office Room 8 on Second Floor ol tho Opora Houso, ...

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 November 1885

', fr'TWSsSwal, r M fc nnfai imMWfcwliMi -.-v- f V j0V'A K '- , ,-( erv ' J 'hv ' f - , ' v" IM w. n irtj INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. I. J.rHi'KrBOff 4 M.E,MH.rOBP, Editor "VlNITA. . INDIAN TEnniTOUY ONE OK THE PACK. I see how It tsr I'm one of tle pack A paltry playing-earrti nothing-more. Tnu shuffle una deal, then Ink inn luick. Or toss mo to lie where 1 was tierer. There Mrs royal hearts nt jour mlinlo court. Hut they Jure no bctlorf they're in the tnmo for Ton vary the usual order of t norli You tako what j mi pleas, while -you tai your tricks. No doubt It serves well as a eouroo of fun To iniMcli your lovers, this one against that! , Though ven-r,!, when the evening' amuic mentis done And tho peck put aside, we teem rather tint. Sulsuppore that by chance In tho dead of the n'Rht, When you iircam wllh disdain of our being hint, We should break your repose, riling; up In nurtn'glit. And deflate In your faco that our fccling-s io uurtr Tor, MlintoTf )uu fancy, wo each "lave a oul, - I And ...

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