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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 3 December 1885

kS, . .- INDIAN Ss:-7r: SSJS Devoted to the Interests oftlio Cliornkcci, Choctaw, Clilcknsnwi, Seminole, Crcclta, and nil Oilier Indian of (ho Indian Torrltorr. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, -THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1885. VOL IV. NO. 12. H 9 :r ootmEirr comment. Mk. Glad.uo.vb recently unvollcd a cross nt lMlnbnrfrli, nnd JolncJ In a hearty mnnncr In suglng llio ono hundredth l'salra. A dill to redtico the Mexican nrmy to fifteen thousand men has been Intro ducoil Into thu Moxlean Congress. The Ciovoriynont oppos-s tho measure. Glmiany nnd England Imvo signed nn ngrccmrnt to rccognlzo Spanish Bovciclgnty over tho Carollno Islnnds, Spain having conceded commercial facilities In that quarlor to tlioio powers. ' I'nEJiiEii Hitissojt has explained to n commlltco that the r'ronch Government Intends to cstnbllsh a poll tax, n land tax nnd an opium tax in Tonquln In order to defray tho expenses of tho v, occupation of tliat country. RIn tho early part of October Will A J...

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 December 1885

Essa mMWMftMMil 'w " . v1 t . I ' " ) NUMWyyilMHllIJi1 'I M" ..-a, AS . ;425 Si J sift d i V J Indian Chieftain. J$Jl.GO Ior Toar in Advanoo. l'nbtluhH Tlmradaja by Til Iimah UiimrTAf l'lll.UIIUMl CowrAVT H.JTIinniivin Jt 3f.IT. Mlfford, Editors. VINITA, I. T., IiEO. ft, 1885 A JIEMARKABLH DISGOVEIIY. Tho Advocnlo has mado tho re mnrknblo discovory tlint it is clear ly tho duly of tho sonato to confirm tho chiefs nominations regardless of if b own profurenco. Tho nniimis tho insido of thoso expressions is probably tho fate of poor old Phillips. The dupes of this con tcinptiblo whelp have been unablo lo sccuro a suflieient numbor of Bcnntora to confirm his nomination. An attempt is now jnado to whip the senate into submission through tho national organ. Wo hardly sco how it can succeed. Our contem porary savs: "Tho sonato has no nioro right to dictate to tho chief wliom fie shall appoint than it would havo to mnlco tho nppoint ment indcpontlontly; for by so dic tating all power that ...

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 December 1885

W Indian Chieftain. ,IITA, I, T., DEC. 3, 1885". local Railroad Timo Table. Mi8suimi I'Actnr it aii.way . noma sorrit jibI-ai-TilOa ni U.i. TyiprwJ s itp mj3iii aiisy m u ... ...... . I A HIV I lllsfvAHT 2 .''iT Sl !' ftlllM W Ml'in in)' m &SJUaI AT ,iimi, 1 1 J Hnm ltj4Tli,m. 11 . nL I- T MlJIS.tSANIIAVUS0 RAIt.WAV. (IOINII WWT I'x rrom Al T, lo TnUn, II lopm llrBpin. lAemiinmudatlon irv,im I 1 i tali ii s I nvniii noixn RlKT. ahhik I tvKVMtT Accommodation 4mpm t 1-oul cjprrse I Siirmm S.Krpm lliroiiRli roach frr.m St Iroln ttiTnlan. a J. THOJU'SOX, DENTIST, Vinita, - - - Iml. Tor. Ql.lTEIlIIAUUi, PHYSICIAN & SUIIQEON. OfTico over Skinner Bros', crocorv ..More, Vinita, I. T. t-n r.roKTSEii, PHYStriA .V.C- SWIG EON, VJMTA.C.N. ((lice rooms up stairs in south and J Skinner Bros', building. Office lours from Mo lla. in. and from Wo 0 p in. IT. FORUMAX, ! PHYSICIAN A- SUllOnON. i$"Offico Rooms on Second Floor ot tho upcra iJotiso, rINlTA, IND. TER. I A UUU.STUS E. IVEY, ATTORNE...

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 December 1885

S2f9WMl m i ' fWy, . 4K - ,; rMgfc4vm milMmiimmmim t mvw iiliii lnai ?.BiVI W X lii lr. S3 l " f r 1 fj ? -J I -n ' .i LOs' i- ULA '?V7X &. ka J .r; 4 ' fe $4 Hi LND1AN CHIEFTAIN, . J. TxettFseir x. x. kiifohb, niton, VINETA. . INDIAN TERWTOI.Y LOVE OAWE AND WENT. rke rpnH grow men beneath her feet, f At she wont slosrtr strarlnir. When noma one called I 'Oom, ssrrotl Oomn, . SWrOtl T will not brook delsrlnr." Bhe raised her oyes, this foolish child. And when ins taw 'ta-na Lore, tlw imltcd. Sha let him tentljr press hnr hand. And blushed beneath his cUnccs, AfTrctlnf not to understand Ills earnest, warm advancesi And when he spoke th'lmportant word, lrctcndcd that ' had not heard. 8he found In Love a wondrous Jojr, A dear and glorious treasure And yet the used It as a tojr. And not as life's belt troasuro, Content to wear It as a crown. Or blight It with a careless frown. The jrrass erosr brown beneath her fact. More swift her steps while straying! lore called no moret "Oome, s...

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 December 1885

(V) INDIAN CHIEFTAIN (j Devoted to tlio Interest oCUo Clierokcci, Clioetiius, ailt-liiisuws, Sciitlnolcs, Creek, unit nil Oilier Indian or tlio Indiuii Torrltorr. 9 SEC CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. ni VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1885. VOL IV. NO. 13. 1 & I K. OPnnBNT COMMENT. Tub lYrnnt) nnhtnnf i.. .ti.i.i . consider tironnsnl tn -.ii. n, ,in. "Jongn wj,0!lt The Giirman-lliisslnn extradition i treaty Is threatened with cnergollo op. f"""" hi mo iieiciismg. TnlCIIINOHH ropnnflif UL. ..... 1.. . f family named Feldt nt Strcntor. III. .iiiwoi the children hmt died nnd flvo -titer members or the fihnllv w4.r0 in n. critical condition. Tub recent navnl maneuvers havo ,..-... ,..u wennness 01 tho ticrmnn GovcrnmcriCti defenses along tho ll.il. tic roast, t,n,i onlcrs havo boon lastitd for slri'nglhcniiiff them. Tiik military tulcirranh line between .Port Stilly and Fort Yntos. D. T.. has IJbccn bought from tho Covuromunt by I A syndicate, who propose to orgnniro a j ...

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 December 1885

,2CS . mUffMwjw" -rv-JtW-r1-"" ,o i H M t 2 ! ! 3t , fc. 5 in .if. x IV . e. Yhi1 w tvr i j iUiJ-igi-J---l-i-.J Indian Chieftain. Tnlitlthixl Thnrwliit by Tmt liiiun L'ltmrTAlx rirni.iiiiq ConrAit ,- r -- - K.J.TaompsW&M.E..MIirorn, Editors, VIN1TA, I. T., DEC. 10, 188B. 59 AS USUAL. tllO ClIIKFTAlX Is tl 10 first iinncr In tlio Indian Torritory lo present nn important pleco of nowa sec the prcsidcnt'n message We too should Hko to support the "representative head of the Cherokoo nation," but cannot do so until n radical reformation hna taken placo in his heart. CoNniiE38 assembled last Mon day. J. O. Carllslo was chosen speaker of tho house and John Sherman president pro tern of tho senate John A. Logan was first nominated by tho republicans for tho latter placo but declined. William H. Vandemult, tho great millionaire railroad magnato fell dead without warning last Tuosday afternoon. Ho was at his home in Now York engaged in con versation with President Robert Qarrctt, of tho B...

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 December 1885

iidian Chieftain. 'IN1TA, I. T'., MO. 10, 183C. Local Railroad Timo' Tables. Missouri' PAcrrio hailway. Ini.ltann'lRt t, AT Kx i-ii, m k jt express AIIHITR 4 ma m HSfAIIT 4 ilun.ro S'lojt m aoiin NORtn. I.T 01 T. A lib l i A." ouprei I A 111 b'l ex la sip Mil sipm I'm DrrnT 10 ip m H I7p.m. LOUIS A HAN FHANCISCO RAILWAY noitn m (from Rt I. to Tntsa, kmmodetlon 12 Kpm 11 .Warn nrUT. li.Mpm OOINII JUST 'k I AUHIlft I lKHAnT nmodatton I ..I f-tlpm Js express I Sil.inm I J:5opm hroqgh roach froM 8t Iinla toTnlsa. Tho tclephono bill has "Uellol" passed. AVI 1 1 Word had closed his rcsiauranl and lunch rooi'rf. was THOJU'SOa, DENTIST, Ua, Ind. Tcr. t 1UC111Y, IIYSICIAN A SURGEON. ico over bkinner uros'. crocor . . . . ... w Ire, Vinita, l. T. V. t ORTXEB, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. VIN1TA, C. N. ho rooms up stairs i- south end (skinner Bros', build . Ofllco Hrs from 8 to 11 a. m nd from JO p. m. BtrOdo's clovator, nt Ghotopa, destroyed by flro IasI weok, Tlio cane of tho WnRl'burnc heirs v....

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 December 1885

"&'. T'll fw:? k s: "fwp W (eft fi 1 K. a rfr. i Willi i Jtft"yT: .-ii-lfp?--. "jK&''&V4fittWV'"qP , -.. a minimi 111 rMKRMlrtmM&MKIUKR'TTf4imT ffTyBn"1 " iHmWIBB&mBrYTnm. J&'BmiaWInpaa' staffaK. , j . Y .,.., l. PIKSIDKNTS ItfiSSAGE. Ttea Frasldefit Offers Ills Advlco " to GoscreM. W IHceniKi th Bllvsr and Chtnse Qnti MisH Penounoe Mnrmonlim Ml Views on Civil Scr vie Reform. WAnn0T05, December 9. Tlie first yge of President Cleveland vms ilollv tn& to both Houses of Congress vestoriUy. It l m follows I To Tim Conorkss or rat United Statxs; Your asaotnbllnir la clotidnd tir a annaa nf Suhllo lOTeavpmcnt, caused by tno rrcont sud tn dontJt of Thomas A. Hendricks, Vice Pre Went of the United state. This distinguished rmblla torvlcos, his complete Intcgrltr and devotion to ovcry duty and till personal vir tues will find honorable record In Ills country's history. Ample ami repeated proofs of the confluence In which ho was held by his countrymen, were manifes...

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 December 1885

o ti' INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. A ncrrotcd to tho Interests of tho Chcrokco, Clioctiuvs, Clilcitusim', Bcitiliialcs, Creeks, liutl nil Oilier Indians of tlio Indlnn Territory. VOL IV. NO. l - CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1885.- OTJimENT COMMENT. Ia. census or Berlin, completed Do gnucr 1, snows npopulntlonof 1,310,- TOE7IE wcro over seventy doecrllons fcrn tho Jefferson Unrrncks. St. Louis. iiring tho month of November. AN addition to Gcorgo Eollot'smcm- rshas liccri disco ercd, rclntinz to Lho most nctlvo period of her literary Mfc. mo work le nbout to ho sub- ilslicd. Gkikiial Lr.w Wallace, cx-mlnls- jur to Turkey, was among the pnsscn- 1;crs on tho steamer Atirnnln, which irrivcd at Now York from Liverpool M 1110 Bill. ifteen persons were recently re- ygted suffering from trichinosis In iv lork City, tho result of eating jham provided by Frederick WclUcl lis birthday parly. 104S7I. l.i 1-.1- if arli ,m,j "iy iirown, ru- fjffljly died at Snllna...

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 December 1885

ngSCTiTpfcu, , ra , ' -i -lm.. - . t i xiJMt a11- "W!glffft7' " Jftt- Hrr V- ft iiim'i iii n mittfii ii ii imttjw i 'lKiMiKiiiii ....,--, .- IT" 7Wr V7WP.- ?'"" O - - T ,15 7V0" as ir Imltan Chieftain. tpUOO 3Mr Yen l JLd-ru3.oo- rohii!ii T)ioriiri iy Tie Ikiak UiinrtAlM rimmmmi Cor.r g.J.TIwtp'M A X.KXnforsT. Editor. VINITA, I.T., DEC, 17, 1885. l" Council lias adjourned",. "My BOWLOKttB," worn magic words to Mr. Phillips for years, but wouldn't work this time. The Chieftain, its editors and ils,corrc8pondonls,nll seem to cause the Advocato a great amount of dis tress. Lot them alono if you don't liko them. Ip'tiie United States will ncqui osco in llio new citizenship com mission bill, and if tho decisions of tho commission aro mado final, it ought to provo a good measure. No ubk to mako a fight on Phil lips, hoy? Wo hopo a number ot our friends who thought wo wcro wasting our ammunition will tako cognizanco of tho fact that thoy wcro mistaken. The Chieftain is an independ. ont new...

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 December 1885

ia Indian Chieftain. vinitJT I. T., DEO. 17, 1885. Locaf Railroad Tliao Tables. iJfssouni rAcirio railway. ooiita luirtii. A... ......... i . . 1MITI 4:li. m ;IOp,m depart. eiioa.m. 1:40p.m. a. lit, M.K AT txprcta aoiRO XORTII. AtniTl. 10:Upm ll;47rm dii-art. loiWp.m. 11:47p m. No IM.T.StX.AHb'ltx No.m,H K AT axpreit. I; ST LOUIS A SAN FRANCISCO RAILWAY. anina ir. Aiaivn. 11:10pm. ll:Jfim. mriiT. ll.Kpm. (i from St 1 to Tulsa, keeommodetton aoma ast. I ABUTS. I DKPABT. aeeommodatton I I titSpm. Louleexprctt I liuera I sioopm. Through eoeeh from St. I-oule to Tuna. J. THOMPSON DENTIST, IVinlla. Ind. Tor. i LITER BAUUT, PHYSICIAN fc S una EON. )fllco OTor Skinner Bros', crocory tore, Vlnlta, I. T. B. F. rORTKEK, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. VIN1TA, C. N. UOfllco rooms up stairs In south end rT aV-InriAK Tiria Imildlnrr OiTinn iu ub.ii.iu. u.vu uu. .... ... Ahoura from 8 to 11 a. m. ana from to 6 p. m. iM YT. FOREMAN, PHYSIOIANA SUIIQEON. ItVOttico Rooms on Second Floor ot tlio Opora IIous...

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 December 1885

n v&. CrlP.lPM t&H&XRWft& MMBHMMHMnMHaMHMIMiiWiiHa IKD1AN CHIEFTAIN, t.7.TMMrseX AK.K.MILFORD.Editor. VIMTA. INDIAN TEMUTORY , WANTED, v A Uttls) Olrt. Wtipro hare they gone to thn lltllct trtrle, 1v"lth natural manner and. natural curls? who loro Ihelr dollirta mid likn their torn, And talk pt something- besides the, borsl f.tUlo old women In plenty I find, (Mure la manners and old nt mlndi title old torts who talk of their -beaux" And rle with each other In stylish clothes, j41t)o old lielles who at nine and ten Are sick or pleasure and tired of men. Weary of travel, of balls, or fun And find no now thing under the sun. Once In the beautiful long-ago. Pome dear little children luted to know) Olrls who wero merry as Unix at play. And laughed and rollicked the livelong- day. Shey thought not at all of the style of their clothe. And never Imagined that boys wero "beaux" X)lhrirlrl'a brothers" and "miUos" wero thoy I Spl""'"'l fellows to help them at play. Wicro liayo ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 24 December 1885

-,.-.9. tfT"i y-- it -d-s. 3 o INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. a o DovotctI to (ho Intcrcptri of llio Clturokccs, C'lioctitws, C'filcliiisnws, Seminole, Creeks, find all Oilier Indian of tlio IntllaH Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. V1NITA, INDIAN TER1UT0RY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1885. VOL IV. NO. 16. It l ii - OUItttaNT COMMENT. Finn; delivery irvlccs havo been es tablished nt Duluth. Minn., and New port, Ky. Akdhkw, Frank mid Harry Ilughoy, lliree Ik))s, were recently convicted nt Lllllo ltock, Ark., for robbing trains. Tub wife of Abu llttxziird, llio West cm IVntixjhnulnii niiilnw, vlslteil lilm at the I.anrjiHlcr Jnll llio other ily nml hml nit nflcnllng farewell. Abo was sentenced for tlilitcen years. Tub Dakota Legislature went through llio forms of orgniil.ing tho Territory Into n Slolo nl Huron on tho loth, nml elected Judges Moody and Kdgcrtuit United Slides Senators. PniNcu lliMiAiicit was pnli.fully In jured tho other dny by tho stumbling of Ids horse. Tho muscle of tho Prince's l...

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 December 1885

7- tV (. 3 mi at ... mm, 1 rti M . I II. Hmilill.illllUT.IMllJM.1.a.l.L lltoMW ...... I, HI J.I Mi I II Ill-Mi ln'i HI l1ll iM"i TVVW, g- ' - - ". . T-; hi mi', ii n . -w r 1 - . - - - - - - - CklefUln. Pnbllehfxl Thursdays b Tim ffMrMi ohim-tai iVoiidiiliKi CovrAxr A HAIR, . . . Editor. K. MlLr'frRrt, Manager. - . VIN1TA, I. T., DEC. 21, 1885. , Ojs -- VAtiEDIOTOHY. In fevering my editorial conncc- tion Willi tho Chieftain I nin nvvaro tlmt tlio loss to it is small nnd easily roparnblo in another. However, what littto I have dono in tlmt capacity tins been done coii tuicritlously nnd with duo respect for tlio opinions of thoso wlio have fionoslly difTorcd. I have believed nnd do still think there is rm im pprtant miss-Jon in this field for nn independent pnper. I conunend tlio Chieftain to my friends ns such nnd liavo renson to believe its future management will sustain or it the reputation already enrned of being just, ns well as independent. It has been fettered by ii" party cons...

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 December 1885

&- tm . -j & 'mmtm'mi ndian Chief tain. VINITA, I. T., DEO. 21, 1885. Local Railroad Tlmo Tables. MI8SOUIU TACIKIO RAILWAY. DOIHOj IOITH JIllllTK 4-10. m .0p m n(rnT. siioa m. litop.m. w..M,Hanb'18.I. AT Kx H, UI, M K AT Express aoixaxorrrit. linivi. lo.upm. lli7im. IlIFAUT. 10.33)1. in Hl.Tp.m. H. lM.T.St I. Allb'ltx Wo IM.M.ICAT express, ST. l.OUIB A 8AH FnANClSCO RAILWAY. coiko wxtT. innirn. ltiloiim. ll:Kam. mriiT. It.Mptn. Kx. from SI. L. la Totia. Aae.mmodatlon .,. . cioma ii. IimmTX I'irint, . ... I 4:41pm. Iiltam. I Siiwpm Through eoeeb from 81 Loull to-Tulia. O J. THOMPSON, DENTIST, Vlnltn, - - - Ind. Tor. qmvkr iuuur, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. Offico over Skinner Bros', groeory otoro, Vinlta, I. T. T F.F0RT5EU, PHYSICIANS SURGEON. VINITA, C. N. Office rooms up stairs in south ond of Skinner Bros', building. Oflico hours from 8 to 11 a. m. and from 3 to 0 p. m. A IT. FOKEMAX, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON f Me? Offico Rooms on Seconc' Yloor ot tho Opora IIouro, VINITA, IND. TKK. N...

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 December 1885

HOI 7y w" -a '.-' "F tfi $ $$, rffij Mi W j,)"f-v mm t m - . t i) it Stl nn nir t tli rcj Pe v , 4IO It tu P Cf J' 1 StirUtj 9t f'WBCl Li n j ruiiin i 10 SUBt INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. tU.IsMMrMS AK.E.M1LI0BD, EAltor "nMITA. INDIAN TEIUIITOKY r.,"", ,"..,, -v,-.:: ITAR3 in the sky all day. Tho tiara are In tho sky nit flay, &ch allnkcM coll of Milky War, ABA every nlanrt that wo know, Mnhlniltha tun Itclrollni' Slant Tboy ivrcis V-ey vtlmti nlth stately tread, "Venus tho fair unit Mars Ilia int. return rca-lnllml with elrar llnhf, Or Ji tiller with tnoons of wlilio. Kaeh knowi hi pith and kropa Ann trytt, Not CYm thQ smallest str Is missed From thoao wild tlelils of deeper sky Which gleam and Hash mysteriously, At If Hod's outstretched flns-orl mitrt Havo sown litem thick with diamond dust) Thero they nro all day lonjr, but wo, Bun-blinded, have no eye to soe. The s'J.-a nro In the sky ali day. Hut stlien tho sun hns irona amiy, 1 And horcrlnir shadows cool Iho west, 'And oall tho sleep...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 31 December 1885

M tV (5'- 1 tf 'fp-.-tfar r& w- r-nZglfrVr-'- INDIAN ClffiAIJV. A .a.u'rr:: DevotOh to ji,0 interest f llto CliuroHoc, Clfoctrm-, C'IiIcimisuus, Seminole, C'rcclis, mid all Oilier Indiana of Iho Indian Torrllorj-. ... - . . iiii't 11 iiim riiinn i , t- ' ' '- ' "I1 ' fl. , l 11,1 11 . , , , , i . , Pat? CH,EFTAN FU0LI8HINC CO. W VINITA, INDIAN TE11RIT0RY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1885. VOL IV. NO. IG. q? nw ;se' jiBiHuuii wfpn7na ,, 'W " ' ' '" .l..... . ! II P M I I, USJ ii 111 PC OUnilENT COMMENT. ITii j bm "E lt,,S!,'nn Government lias Issued ucrco urucring mo establishment of 'ollllcal ngeticy In llokhnra imiEE and n quarter mililonn of dol H liavo already been tialdoutln Win. leg, Man., becauso of tlam.igo done So Kiel rouolllon. L'nr. ancestor of nil tlio locomotives r in uso Oq Amorlcnn railroads was fed on exhibition In tlio lilstbrlcnl rat tho Nntlohnl Museum, Washing- , recently. It was mado In Enirland 1835 by GcorjroStcuhcnson and sent this country. JiiEorntLUs F. Mill...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 31 December 1885

Tl j::z -1 4'- r f ', 1 i " iit" t - tS r 'joaia & "JJSMKi ' 'H wlH ' i& fsfc j S3 ts Tart 1 v. 1 I t n n it c qi etl an bid tin rcj pa On 118 i'J !?" no r. mere kwmS 'and a ri I jiicccsa leny. ' Such of iho ' m pi Christ Kics ,rpno turns b o susta. Chorol i-cally vt MJM Ssii sM L. ADAIR, . ,. . KdltoK, 3 . MILfOKD, Manager. $NITA, I. T., DEO. '81, 1S86. tlCH .tAhn h Adair, e-Utorof ttil tf r4ii mill i ill ti -' - " UnC t M him, parties writing ronVn titrations txlltleal or ranrml snfclMt tin iv.- f returns ai mniCTinau ntljr secure publication tK fr tr than iwi.e. unirrerflr this raneftwl i-rt slnir 6 work may also b lih wlthV.J Adair litems ami general tmelnese letters mill .om -....., n r.rnn.1 nuiniinn it ..nt iiitaMi TJSA .4eW1 """; Jesse JoNKR.lha Texas proatijgir rt. who turned etneo rtifbMTSrii rt en received at Chosl6r pmon on- tn year sentenco. Within av"k ur twfrwo shall fcygin the v 'draftflflit of a very in- rcptit , il story by Chief ) hc4hV. 'A. Phillips, Dick...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 31 December 1885

Chieftain. T DEC. 81, 188G. Railroad Timo Tables. IllHH PACIFIC IIAILWAY aoiso soinn tb'ISt T. ATE AT KXpTCBS snaim 4 10a m 1 8 10)' m niTAnT 4 10 m 8 top m oomoiconTn I null b'i ax lOiMpi irj.ajlljlpj SR1TK ll"" t.I Allb l T !! I JJAN IltANCISCO KAI1.WAT nrrAMT 10 MP m lt.ilp m 1RRITM 1. lopm 11 SOem llirAUT 11 13pm AIIK1TE I DErAllT 14 it pm 8 sopm to Talis Dl: W tlUQHY, V4iV&Sl,' If Skinner BrcX2$ji tn, La. ftssy.i v-jaaay.i "4i Tor. leery Happy Now Your To-morrow Is pay-day. Dr. Bagby'a baby is very sick. Wo Waut Job workjnod can fill or J org nt onco. mr. "Chorokoo Antiquities" on salo at tills ofTlco. A patent folding cot for sale; enquire at W. W. Miller A Co's. Alez Hawk lias rcntod his livery stablo to John Htimpliroy. A slight, misty rain foil for a short tlmo last Monday morning. Bomo of tho boys aro reported to have had a merry Christmas In earnest. To-night will bo "watch night" and as such will bo obsorved all over tho country, Jack Bamms is nt Muskogco to-day answ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 31 December 1885

-s j"vr jS 1V ii in i-1 imiHihii iiiiiniliiiili itilallfJltl'r-inf-'tfTflff la li'T -""f- tr I. ii JKj m. t r oni Iratj rortj r tin apc idsti f.e, fflnoti 1 ins b BUStR I'liorol ny vi e $.m 7- fttfew r.iNn,-HiBat INDIAK CHIEFTAm. JMMUXMtfl, .' M MILFIMUf, Editor Manager. VINITA. Indian TEnmrony, SHALL PASS AWAY. Once In lrla reigned n King; Who upon hl timid ring JraM iihulm tnio and vlao, yhlch. If held borora hlsrros tlaro him counsel at Mjlunoo nt Tor orcrr chaniro and chanco. Holnnn words ami ihcao aro thoyi " rrcn llita ahull pas away." Trains of camels through tlio sand llrouirht him irema rrom Pftmarcandl fleets of rallcys through tho sent lYroiight hlra pnarl Ip match Trtth tbi llijt tie counted not Ids train TrrhVaUroS Of thn inlhrtnr main WharJ woalthr" tho Klnir would say. "Kvcn thJt shall pass away? Jn tho rovi rovcli tor hi court .U tho renltji of hl anort. When tho palint of an hla Rueats Hunted with cfnpplna- nt his Jots, Ho, ntnld his flirs and wluo. Cried: "Oh, lovl...

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