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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 April 1886

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. if ' Devoted to tlto Interest of tlio Clicroltocs, Choctaw, Clilclutsttus, Scmluolcs, Creeks, ami all Other IndlrtH of the IhcIIhh Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 188G. VOL IV. NO. 32. '; OURBENT COMMENT. Gr.OllOE AW1U8TU5 Sala. tho well known Kngtish nowspapcr correspond ent waa reported sick with fever In India. Tim first edition of Mr. Gladstono's Homo Utilo Mil, which wns printed for tlio iiwo of mcinbc in of l'nrllnmcnt, wns entirely exhausted tho first tiny. Tho domnnd for copies of tho bill wns so grant Hint It wns prohablo Hint ns ninny ns four editions would bo required to meet It. Kuitot'KAK newspapers nro ngntn de voting n gront dcnl of space; to record ing tho oddities of King Ludwlg, of llnvnrin. It is stated Hint when tho Kmpcror of Austria wns recently In Munich, tho cnpltnl of ISnvnrla, King Ludwlg took no notlco of him, nud tho 1'rlnces Ludwlg and Leopold, tho King's nephews, wero compelled to as su...

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 April 1886

J (i . ,, , . "" " ' m w I . A IndMn Gliiof tain. 9LSO J"er Tour In Advanoo. XhlhllKliftfi TlmrnilkVa hv Til ItfliUf Ihio-taik rui:Mmitfi Compast. J0M5 I AH.UK, . . . r.lltor. M. i:. JtlLHjKI), Mnnnerr. Vinita, Ind. Teji., Ariui. 22, 1880. A CoNcmEsaioXAr, commlltco will make a thorough investigation of tlio groat strike in till its features nnd report nt as early a day us practicable, Tim Chieftain wishes It dis tinctly understood that it docs not endorse any communication orcon tribujed article thai may appear in its colunis, unless it expressly says it doc, or its approvnl can bo in ferred from any favorable com ment. Its purposo is to givo an open 'field and. a freo fight to thoso who linvo an inclination to mako the fur ily. Freo speech is a glo rious privilcgo in any country, and besides being tho most potent means of fetching ovil-docrs to the last ditch, for which purposo it is better than tho law, it furnishes any amount of genuino fum Tho public must bo either entertained ...

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 April 1886

' BBBI 1 v . ... . .. .. r i ' - - i n t iiitiW WTWilllBiHHiWtJBWWW "w"""""WMW"iWWWM'MglWWWWMMliMWMWWBWWBWMMWBWMgWllBIWawWiMIWMMtWiMiMiMBMIMMWWiWWWIWMMiWlMWWMWiWWiWMWWMBMWBWWBMWW '"'" ,Tmmu m. . 11 pwbwwwjiii ii mi immii i m i btt w -., i. . .. . . - , , , OB" Indian Chief tain. VjSita, Inn, Ter., ArniL22, 1880. Looal Railroad Timo Tables. 1IIS80UIII I-ACIKIOKAIMVAY. iuinii south. No.lll.llnnl.'ISt I, AT F.k Mo. 151, l l( AT Express JtllHIK 4il0n.ni S:IOp in IIKl'AKT. 4:1(M m SMOp.m. (10110 kohtii. w.. ... m a. t 1ll.lt - 'U. IU., I ,n, , Allll ISA Hn.lM.M K.ftT mpress, Aunivr lOAIrm. 12:7lm ItKI'ART 10.iMi.ra. 19:1711 m. NT. LOUISA SAN MIANCISCO ItAIMVAT. nOINH WIST. V.x from St I. to Tulsa, Arcomtnndnllnn . AIIIIIVE. U-noiim II :S0nm llirAIIT. 12:'pm. .r.. aumii east. Accommodation Kt.Loula express Through coach fnim St AnniTK I hkvaiit. . . I 4:15pm. Jil.'.nm luYipm. IxmlstoTnlsn. s. J. THOJirSOR, DENTIST, VlniUi, Ind. Tor. qmveuiuuhy, . PHYSICIAN A SURGEON . OITico over Skinner ...

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 April 1886

hm o u ! J' i I ' l3 r f Indian ohieftain. 4riM L. ABAIR, m, c. miLF&KB, Editor Manager VINTTA. . INDIAN EUMTOlir. KEAP bUDT OVE DET. IWIlh Hie usuM Intricacies of Kngllih orthog rapy.J A mn In ilobt No rett will gebt Until ho' In tlio tomb. Hli carat will weigh . ... Ho henry thelgh . Will throud his Ufa with slomb. Ilo'll practice gitllot ... Aril norar smuiloi . Ill head with rln will nohoi ' v Ilo'll grloro nnd nlirti And wanttodigh And thus bit troublos shacho. ' Hut nwlnir nono He'll have moro fono Than any king thnt rolgnti Ilo'll foci Iwnlgnt Hit health Is tlgn And ho lone llto attofgtis. Without n doubt All enn keep otibt Of debt If only thoy Will norcr bur To ptcato tho cur And cash down always poy, 11. V. iiuriue, fn IMlrvd tytt Fret. TILE PAPER-WEIGHT. It Flrjruroa as tho Savior of llu mtin Llvos. In ono comcrof tho lone library thoro stood nil ebony secretary which was ohl and Klnlnud with tin when tho jiro pent century was yet unborn. Ito ono know wliero this nntlq...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 29 April 1886

E. - ei P U W'''''l'l'''',,,1,a'"w1S' DK ' ' ' ' ' i " i n ii i i')liliri"i'i",jil ui1 i ti 'j l -" - ." J.1 j u j ; .' . t . i ' ji i s. ' i . j . j j i ju , mi i u i. , m ' ..' n ' '- '" ' Si s . U J WJf i.S. lf.ti -)'f1"TH- INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. DoTotoil to tho Interests oftho Cherokee. Choctaw, Chickasaw, SomIhgIci, Creek, anil all Other Indian of the Indian Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 188G. VOL IV. NO. 33. fft OUnnHNT COMMEHT. TniNCB DisMAiicit wns left 81,880 lately by tho will of n Warsaw mer chant, who wished tho Chancellor to lmy a kecpsako with tho monoy. W. C. K. CAim, United Slates Mln lstcr to Constantinople during tho ad ministrations of Presidents 1'olk and Tyler, dlod nt Ashland, Va., recently of paralysis. Mit. WmsTJ.r.ii, tho artist, It Is said, wns recently Invited to an evening party in London by a shoddy family, whoso head fancied that ha really de rived his fame from being an accom plished whistler. Gkeat forest...

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 April 1886

, wa' ' " - "-WH-HSH5H , M 'i ntf t ? . i x 5' n ,!r WT wWrtrf'W1'' Indian Chieftain. lt50 For Votvi- m .AtXvArioo. ruMltlicil Thnrwloyi tr T1IK IXUM OlIKrTUK I'ltlMallllfl CowrAKT. itim U ABA1K, ." . . fclHor. M. !. jflt.i'OItn. Mnnngrr. VlNlTA, INJ). T KB , Awitl. 20, 18Rfl. It la rumored that llio chief linn said that ho didn't caro a whistle about a delegation; that nono woro needed nnd nflitlrs could bo trans acted without onv. Poon Wolfo ntid ltos must fool humiliated. Thoy woro Ghorokco t uontpurs una runups was oniy n $ hlrctl ntlirnoy and yet thoir bontl was fixed nt tho paltry sum of S2,MX), vhilo ho waa called upon for 810,000 Tub prospect 1, just now, Saturday, April 21th, that thoro will bo no delegation, no por capita, and "no nothing." Tho call ses sion of council, as it econiB, will provo a failure, oxcopl in demon strating tho fact that ono man can't have things just aa ho pkwos. Tin: council haa enacted a good nniondmont lo our jury law. It provides that at all Bpc...

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 April 1886

Mm ''it Indian Chi of tain. Vinita.Ind. Tku., Armt.29, 1880. 'Local RailrCatl Tlrao Tablet. MISSOURI rAClFIO RAItVWAT. (I01NU SOUTH. No JM.Hanb'lSt I. AT Ex Ho. Mi, H K AT Kxprost JtnnivK 4 ina m il:lop m DKrAIlT 4:10a m. g;l"p.m. HOIitO N01ITII. No. 1M.T St 1. AllTiMex No IM.M K.ftTexnrcm.' IO:rtpm. UiWiim, IIKI'AIIT. lo.-rip.m. 13:'7p m. OT. LOUIB A BAN FRANCISCO RAILWAY. (101NO WMT. Ex. from Ft I., to Tulta, Accommodation AnHIVK. 12 oopm. Iluioam nKPART. ll.Mpm. noixo hut IAmUTK. DKPAIIT. I tillpm. S:15am I :BOpm. Thrnngh coach IrepinBt. Lonli to Tulsa. s. J. THOMP&OA, DENTIST, Vinita, Ind. Tor. QLIVEItlJ.vauy, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. OlTico ovor Skinner Bros', grocery store, Vinita, I. T. T F. FOItTJJEU, PIIYSIOI AN A- SURGEON. VINITA, 0. N. Oflico rooms up Btairs in south end of Skinner Bros', building. Oflico hours from 8 to 11 a. m. and from 3 to 0 p. m. A W. FOREMAN, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. COT Oflico Rooms on Second Floor ot tho Opera IIoubo, VINITA, IND. TER. JONATHAN (J...

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 April 1886

MP wfliif r X . '' INDIAK CHIEFTAIN. 40MN L. AAIR, tftJIter. Manager. VmiTi- - INDIAN TEBEITOKr. EASTER LILIES. A little mnl.l -miked tmlllnffon Vrwny, Meftrlnr white lilies on an Kattor Dayi Memoir ft 111, pure Ana rnlras tho, .Hut M til) patted tho boro ftlnng Iho mart A llttlo child who.li dentil hail set apart, llli email hands lying- empty on bit boart. Ctoso to tho bier tho llttlo mnlilen pret'cd, Aud laid hor lilies on tbo pulseless breast, ttaylngi Tnkathcsotolliihtthootottiyrcst, "Jftomyl,ortlbr'ne: no Illy bell. . , Hols so near my heart Ho knows full well 1 lore lllm mora thn an tonguo can toil." il'Ur and rhnnoel shone with rnillant bloom, .llrcalhlngswcctodoiv through tbo ralntlur'i i moutn, TjpOot tho llfo that triumphed o'or lb tomb. Bhe In heard tho organ's solemn toIco thnt roared. At If Heaven to seek the risen Lord Crowucd by IIIsanco!s,by llli taints adored. Jhlle, out ot sight, r woman enntrnlono, with such. M Wiindrout rapture In tier tone, Bbo scot.cmI a serap...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 6 May 1886

mtmmmmmmttmmmmm INDIAN CHIEFTAIN . .Devoted to tlio Intorciti of the Cherokee, Choctaw, Clilckitsitws, Somlruilcs, Crock, hhc ell Other iHdlHH of the ImllHH Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLI3HINQ,CO. & VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY G, 188G. VOL IV. NO. 84. ?l OURHBNT COMMENT. 1'JIF. filibustering alenmer City of Mexico has been declared forfeited nt Key Went, Fin. Tiik law for tho Immcdlnto execution of train wreckers when npprohcmlcd In tlio not has passed the Moxlcnn Houso of Deputies. Tutj Houso Commlttco on Military Affairs hnj reported ti bill to nuthorlxo tlio President to confer brovel rank on officers for gallant services In Indian campaigns. It was rumored that tlio (Jcorgla Ta uiflo was seeking to obtain control of tho Mississippi & Tennessee rallwny which will then bo built from Memphis to Mroilngham, Ala. A LAitOR lot of dry goods and other freight has been recovered from tho sunken steamship Oregon, and It Is ex pected If the sea remains calm that nearly all ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 6 May 1886

t If ' V u V K luliftH Chieftain. $LSO rr Tosr Us, Advatioo. rnlillslinl Tlinntilux lI III I1IHAH Cltll"MIN I'l'nl lIIINU IJOMrANV JOIIXJ,, AMA1K. . ., Ktlllor k K. JHIIiFOKH, Monger. VNif., !nj. Tkii., May fl, 1880. JIHAW rnliiB lmvo fallen In Kan wis mid Minsourl tliis week. TfiK proposed increase of tlio penalty At stealing horeou ir. tins territory Is n wholesome piece of lojridlalion It is rcporlotl that tho hotly of fu n' 15 Graham, who was Iji. t.nl at RprlinjlUM last .week litu 1rm "tolpnroui Uio grave yard y Tiikiik is nnontf ftcling that calllo brought into this territory to nvoitl noiruro on chatu I mortgages, executions, etc., In violation of the federal lu,vfl, must be expelled. NoNBofthoutriking KnighU of Labor nt Sedalia wore taken back into tho employ of tho company. On making application tlioy wcro told that n!i nu.a needed wcro at work. At the solicitation of tlio Cur- i taill COllLTiiKsinnnl rnmmtllon tim Btriko on tho Gould southwestern railway system was formall...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 6 May 1886

th&Rfc4uiM4fl O o tlO f I I'" I . Ihi Indian Chieftain. Vinita, Ind. Tint., May 0, 1880. Local Railroad Time Tablet. MI880UIII 1MCIKIO IIAIMVAY. IIOIKII HIIUTII. No.lISl.IIanli'lHl b.AT.Kx l.vl, M K. AT.Kpross Aiinivr 4ilim.ni iiiWp.m IIKrAIIT. 4: Ilia. in. Sitirp.m. IKIIHII XOItTH. Ko 11J.T Ht I. ftllb'le No 13 1, M K AT express. I A1IIIITK 1 1 in-vipm nrrAHT. In-i-ip m. H-iip m H'r I.OUIB A SAN FKANCJtSCO IIAII.WAY. (IOIKII W.T. Kt from Nt I. lo Tulsa Accommodation (IIIIKII AT. iAIUllVK fllKPtlll li.nipm. 11 tlpii llunnm J . I AUIIIVK I DKI'AIIT. Accommodation ... i'"l,rn- Ht linli ntirr I SslSam I ,-1l,m Tlirntiicli ronch from St. Vmls toTulsn. s.j- TllOML'Stft.. DENTIST, Vinlla, Iml. Tcr. QliIYKUHAUlIT, V1IYSIOIAN A SUIIQEON. .OlTico over Skinner Bros', grocery Btorc, Vinita, I. T. T F.t'ORTNEU, PHYSICIAN t- SURGEON. VINITA, C. N. Offico rooms up stairs in south end of Skinner Bros', building. Ofilco hours from 8 to 11a. m. and from. 3 lo 0 p. in. A W. Jt'OUKMA; physician &a...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 6 May 1886

flfc .L H.. " V. " Indian chieftain-. JOHN L. MAIR, I. E. MflFOKD, i Cdltor. ' Managor. VJUtlTA. INDIAN TimiUTOUK WHAT TO BELIEVE. H liM no Jov who has no trusll Tlio Kr"iflt fallli lirlnira ercatcst tiiensurc, And 1 ffivo brcnuioi lnujt, .Ah4 would tolleveln iierfoctmcujuro. Thoroftrtt) I flirt Tu ) en, ray f rlond, Thin key to open mines of trensiirot Whatever eljoj our haiula rostrum, Jl faJth bo frr-o, mid truat remain. Botlcvo In wmmct'i tun nml ihmln. Although lc-Oar tho annir to fuUlnjrl Kxneot nuid votonii In tlio iclndo, Though now tho wind) mono nto cnlllnj, llnvo crcatoBco HowXnlr Aig loj Tl lloiio, hot K'ar. prove mot rnthratllnffi And aKIos that tlilno will oftenost tio ftrolclicd lovluglr o'er tlilno and thee. Jfirq lorel faith In all thr kin, itollova tho host of ooo another! Ono Father's heart takra nil men In, Bo not auspicious of thr brother, t four rtccol? Whr dlshcllovo Tho roat, and bo all klndncM smotliorf Jyhn Iha most looks for lon will find Most corts nly Hi...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 13 May 1886

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. Derated to the Interest, of the cherohoca, Choctaw. CIHcliiiiinm, Scmlnolcs, Crock, mm nil Other I.iHIrhs of tho Itsdlfin Territory. -B3L a2h CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1886. VOL ITO. 35. fear fa CURRENT COMMENT. Tin; only owlnlncd clergyman In Congress Is Ilcprcscntallvo Anderson, of Knnsns. Sisci: tlio strlko In llio coko regions lins been declared off, tho Pennsylvania road Las been handling on Its system omo nlno hundred carloads of coko dally. Sknatoii Hoaii, from tho Comhntlco on Privileges ant' Elections, has re ported favorably u bill creatine; n com mission, to bo appointed by tho Presi dent, to select an accurate ballot-box and counting device, which shall bo used in all Congressional elections. Caitain I.kiio, of troop K, Tenth colored Cavalry, had an hour's engage ment with tho hostile recently in tho rinyoo mountains, losing ono killed and ono wounded. Tlirco Apaches were killed, llelng unablo to dislodge tho h...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 13 May 1886

bJ 4 I ht. I to n i IM n a lis in i n-i t i. . T i f Tai-SniN otiii umUr nil Indian agent r.mb juri lAuliill VllCHiillllJrt..,noUie ffkral mum over ... v j- H1.CO Vr Tour in Aavanoe. I I'oMini.H iinirwiM iiy,, . T,X jrH ClMrlf l VI ..I.MII-.I I 0rAVY -tr". ix t- AHAlK. . 1,(1 1 tor K. Mll.l'OMt, Manager. VlXjTA. Ivii. Tmi., May l.'l. -t 18SG. -Ht'siiYlikAi) lull Tnlileqltali one rfiV IijbI week for Wiib1iiiiIoii, as jcj'iorl blows 11, by tlio way f Fort gmllli to bco Jmlji l'fkor about tlio writ of liubcns cdrtius for Ross ntl Wolfe. , Tjib infrinbcrd of tlio Downing parly of tlio district pro called to meet at Coowecscooweo court liouso on July 3rd., tlio first Sat urday of Unit mouth, to Select n candidate for chief. Kansas Citv was visited by a cyclono, t Tuesday forenoon. Twenty-right persons were killed, fifteen of whom were puitils of I.atlirop school. Tlio court house was among the buildings destroyed, Tin; attorney general has decid cd mat as tlio Atlantic a malic rompany, (...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 13 May 1886

'"". ' cissifi .rdritprrr TC3??stl3-"-K y-e A, j, v K , , -, , -v jrj iif Jff fuiT ""-12 ?TiiWi am p 3s 'WW Mg WIHW.IMJHU ml PI IWW MHWflOT: itlian Chieftain. ta, Im. Tkk., May IS, 1880. I local Railroad Timo TabTcs. MIMOlTllI PAi'lKK) KAIMTAY. yt i.oitu iorrii I.ll .. ....... .. I A"IVK I Kfiinsnu-ist i. .T kx 4 ion m I I .1 lu pIM, M k AT Kxpvcaa iioiirtXottlll. I,. Fa inn BlVTSU.juib'lex io,j-,p Pllli, J K ATTl','tL.IZE: nin lm m urrAiiT 10 nip m 11 IJi m I1UIH A HAM FltAXCHCO ItAll.WAV 1101X11 WMT l.c.m St T. to TuN. pfmtnodatlnn oimnii KAUT AiimtK 11 oirpm ll'Vinm Mr in 11 4.1pm. PrfmmOdatlon 'uui avprcaa riihinili conch from ft AI1II1K I IlltlMIIT. i tilVpm. 3 15m I SiMpm I.ntilatoTiilan. THOMSON, Itul. Tcr. Vj DENTIST, liilil, .. k 1.1YEU1IAUHY, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. Mice over Skinner llros'. eroccry hro, Vinllft, I. T. (V F. FOUTXKIt, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. 1 V1KITA, V. N. Jico rooms up stairs in south cud f Skinner Hros kJurs from 8 to fo G p, in. ImililiiiL'. Ollico 11 a....

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 13 May 1886

n report SmithTl Clio wrj jnd j pTilKf party meet jiouso 0 lining j c:ndhlfl kIn cyclone! TwuTiW fifteen! Lathrof wns run Tun cl iftnl ivmpai vulitiibl. rjtrcaVitr courts," bargain Ajnrj Pulavf mH they ! waibj rati' PE x J. '"" -y ' "J'lTA" IWDIAK CHIEFTAIN. Li AOACR. M. E. MILFORB, Editor. Manogor. VlNITA- - 1NDMN TKItlUTOIlT. THE FAMILY TREASURE ROOM. I lift the latch witi lorertT'-o nml tlowtr pass within: I fart I ho curiam t'oliclc))-, to let tlio light rirrplni Vh sunshine streams acros the door, n horo Silcnco rcltrns supreme, Tfhllo.ln this hall of mcraorr I walk ns In a urcam. Thoro are Krm or prloclcsa treasure before . rnc-on each trail, Time-worn p'rlures, dear reminders, that tender seonps recall; There are sourontrs of loreit ones, nhoio stay on earth was brier. There aro pills or lore ami e(T( rings lie sneaki joy and grief. There are records of tail burials, of births and bridal scenes. Of coins- out M comlnirs In, and much that Intcrxttics Or touching- n eft and ten...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 20 May 1886

mmM!VKOHMMl Ml r.iAiBiiuiMSiaatsaiiniiiJ !! 'I'miiWI r "i , mi.l -w iwfragBggLW1' ..,.- iiijiiATywl:,li '-. 1 -- ' .- V,S ' ( T TWeaMacnarr-r rMMM.-. .. -yrtJtrtMattlia INDIAN CHIEFTAIN DoTototl In tlio Intercut oftlio Cherokee, Choctaw, CTitcUiumvs, Somlnolcs, Creeks, and nil Oilier Indiana of tlio Indian Territory. HIT CHIEFTAIN PU0LI8HINC CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1886. VOL IV. NO. 3G. '" ' i . J , XyrU g,f-.-c ..- r.-rr.rr: - "- TT-nnrt OtfRRBNT COMMENT. LAnKtH 0. Mi:ai, tho Iloston sculp tor, hn finished his Mississippi Hlvcr," which Is n colossal water-god, anrrounded by emblems of the majes tic stream. Clara Momtis says that sho nnd Mr. Tildcn havo mado n completo study ft the nerves, and havo learned every thing concerning their diseases except hew to euro them. A linox.i: Matuo of Daniel Webster will lie unveiled at Concord, N. II., Juno 17. Tho stattto is tho gift of Hen jamln Plcrco C'hcnoy, of lloston, to tho Stfttc of New Hampshire. It la" stated t...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 20 May 1886

W M if f Indian Cliioftain. tU.SO ror Year In Advanaa. Palillaiird Thufidaj fry Tnm ttfiHX CiinrTAin inmuimitiii Caxr.vsr JOJMC I . AAIR, . . Kdltor r HILt'ORD, MHgr. Vinita, Inn. Teu., May 20, 1880. "OeiiONiMo'a band," says tho tulcgrnph dispatch, ''was struck n heavy blow ngain yesterday mom lug." This item must bo kept in typo by tho daily papers, and tbo ilnto changed oa occasion arises. Thoso blows lmvo bucn struck nt tlie okl man periodically at inter vals of about two weeks for n year or more. As a general thing ho has caught his breath in timo to gobblo All tho camp cquipago and plunder of tho military and to got ten or a dozen soldiers besides. Tho 8trango part of it is that when tho campaign opened Ooronimo had a "disaffected following of malcontents numbering about fifty or sixty men." A great thing is tho United States regular army. COMMENCEMENT DAY AT THE SEMINARIES. For many years tho young la dies of tho Female seminary have carried away all tho honors of learning and...

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 May 1886

Iv. 0? 4 K !' ' Tl H WiirinanjiiwuiMilijmniun i inniiil i n inn ih in i i i , r i i mm wmmmm ilfm inn i I i i i mi n i i mnVJM mm iiunin nmm inn mil n n yi i m in ill i m TugHiiiiii ijigjijiimm hi hi m i uwm i i i n itmm imijiiww l i jw .iwipijij if -tjidian Chieftain, j" w Vikita, Ind. Ten., May 20, 1880. U Local Railroad Timo Tablet. JJ MISSQUltl PACIFIC! UAIMTAT. (K)IM(l south No.Ut.Hanb'tSt I. AT Kx Ho. IM, M.K AT F.xprrM AUII1VX 4:10 m SAixp m DirAirr. 4:10. m :40p.m ooiKOHoiim. No. lM.T.Rt.I, Allb'lex Wo 11I.M K AT express. ASB1VB. la:nin. lxiWpm. DKrART 10.2Ap.in. ;47i m. AT. I.OUIB A BAN rilANCISCO UA1LWAY. (lOlHCt WIST. Ex. fro .- I, to Tali, Accomn. ..lon ARRIVE. 11.00pm. 11:30am I1ETAHT. l..Upm. aoixo cast. Iamitb I mrAtvr. I 4:4Jtpm. :15em 1:60pm. Through coeh from St. I-oul to Tula. O J. THOMPSON, DENTIST, Vinitn. . - - Intl. Tor. QLIVEB BAUBY, PHYSICIAN d- SURGEON. Oflico ovor Skinner Bros, grocory store, Vinita, I. T. r F. rOBTNKB, PH YSIOIAN A S VRGE0N. VINITA, C. 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. — 20 May 1886

jT d jtiL m-4uM a ' f i I. tJ lusW a. --J. IKDIAK Chieftain. iU ADAIR, . K. MILFORB, Editor,! Managor, YINITJU - INDIAN TEIUUTOltr. SPRING, A. lllUo children jrnther round thnlr mother, Ami fopr hor a fninlllnr tnln to tell One lhati rioarrr fur limn anr other, fcllocntifo .potion, hoard and known io well! And m I her watch her, prompting thould he falter. Ami any variation quickie res, Amlcrri "Don't toll It to, don t chango and alter, Wc want It Just tho war It mod to bo." to do we como to thro. O Nature Hot her. And never tiro of Ilatrmlnir to thjr talca. Trll u thy tnrlniMltno alory now no other. Ihat hnth a wondrous charm, which norcr fall. Tell It with all Iho oldllmo strength and Milt with many n happy aonir nnd ahotit: Don t mlii one bird nr blossom in tho story, J)pn t Iravo one daffodil or (Inlay out. Tell ut each shade In all tho trco'a loft green- I - Injr, I Don't akjp ono blado of grnii, ono ben, ono wren Rich littlo thine hat crown to full of mean ing In tho dear ator...

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