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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 18 November 1886

i-r. INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. Dorotetl to the Interests oftlio Clioroltccs, Clinctuvv, Clilcluisuws.Soiiilnnlc:, G'rcclis, ami nil Otlmr Inillium or (lie Indian Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 188G. VOL. V. NO. 10. OUIinBNT COMMENT. The holdore of tho boxes In tlio Metropolitan Oporn Houso in Now York this season represent $780,000,000. i The trustees of tho great Ilrooklyn bridgo liavo decided, 80 it Is said, to permit foot passengers to cross free. The cstnto of tho Into Ucorgo L. Lorllltml was sold nt tho Now York Ileal Kstato Kxchango tho other day for $348,700. The owner of nn itnmcnso refrigera nt Sturgeon Hay, Wis., 1'itouds to All it with ninety tons of frozen fish dur ing tho present season. A btkciai, from llardstown, III., says that efforts nro being mado by leading Democrats to Induco Congressman An derson to resign his scat from tho Twelfth district in order that Morrison may bo elected to tho placo. Tho dis trict is solidly...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 18 November 1886

Indian Chieftain. LEO Par "Totue In. Advaftao. 1'ulillilifil Tlmriiliiyi liy TlIK 1111 V C'lUKrt.tlN l'l r.LI'IIIXI. Comtakv. J6MX U A1UIK, Editor M. K. MILFOIll), Mnnngrr. Vinita, Ini. Tf.h., Nov. 18, 1880. Why not submit tho question of salo or no snlo, totlio people nt the next election? Wouldn't tlio pcoplo bo rathor surprised should tbo strip bo re leased to tbo fiamo company andnt $100,000 a year? What do you think of that, follow cltiajnB? The offor to buy tho Btrip lands lias been formulated and is now in tho hands of tbo chiof. Probably it will be submitted to tho council soon. If eighteen millions of dol lars don't mako tho people rcaliro that one hundred thousand is a farco in comparison to what tbo lands should bo leased at, wo should bo termed a nation of idiots. "THE MILIiB OP THH GODS GRIND SLOW BUT FINE." Tiro members of tho national council arc far from being gods or tho8o fellows at tho other end of tho contest, but surely they grind "slow" and as to fineness their...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 18 November 1886

IndianChioftaiii. Visi'tA, Ind. Ti:h.,Nov. 18, 1880. Local Railroad Tlmo Tables. MISSOURI rAUiriOUAlLWAT oowh tuctti. Aiimvr 4 :10a. m 4:niip m .'..IM.Ifanh'ISt.L.JtT.Kx No. IM, M.K, T.Kprcta prrjtirr, 4:Ma.m 1:01p.m. CIClMfl KOHTll. AII1TI. 10:.pm. :3Qpm. tmrAiiT I0:p.m H:"P m Ko. IM.T.dt.I. Allb'lax 1ildii .H.K.TnTai. T. LOUIS A BAN FRANCISCO KAII.WAT. aoma whi, Jtntivx. ll.4.ipm. ll:Sm Kt. from St. I., lo Tulie, AcYsjmrttrHHtlon narsirr, It :23pm. uoixn BAIT. , I Anntvi I rf.i.nT, Accommodation I I 4:00pm, St.Loulietpreti .Wp.m.l .:Mpm, Through eaeh from St. Iionlt lo Tnlit. J AWE A LINIT, 6-21 PHYSICIANS fc SUIiOEONS. ar Calls answered promptly, Day or muni. Oo-wa-t.a, .... Ind. Teh. a j. THoxraoa, DENTIST, Vinita. - - - Ind.Tcr. QLIYER BAUBY, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. OiTico over Skinner Bros', grocery store, Vinita, I. I. T F. 10RTNEK, Ptt YSICIA N A- S URGEON. VINITA. C. N. OfBco rooms up stairs in south end f Skinner Bros, building. OiTico hours from b to 11 a. m. and from 3 ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 18 November 1886

jimJolJP INDIAK OHTEFTAIir. JOHN L. ABAIR, M. K. MILFORD, Editor- Monagor. V1KITA- - INDIAN TE1UUT0MG BEYOND THE HILL3. What's herond tho Jlitnnt hill tops, Plrrtclilnc wcstwaril, fnrnwji) Jinihcsl in million inista nt sunwt. l'uirloliaza throughout thodnjrf What's bcrond ttiod Inrstlo (tiinmtta, Ami that mint Ijorlr.oii rlmf Is there somo "Knlr IjwiI or I'romlia' Jusllioroml Ilia lilll lops dlmf O. wr (lltnnllnn Amrel. toll mo, If Irllmli Iho distant hills, Bhnll 1 Dm! what limit 1 lunir for. What my wlllcitit ream fulnilj? In tho valley, nil nbout mo, I Iclil are full of rlrtniinir Rnnt Hill 1 long In mount tho lull-tops Unto f con tor bolghls attain. 0, my fn'thful (liiantlnn .Anrol, Why such crate, rrtinmchfiilp) ltniitttllinb thoso purplo hilltops) fco tho ttMt or l-'nino nriso. 1 inmtiro. find win, and conquer, I mil sronr it laurel crown Aim Iho worlil (hull how Ixiforo mo, .And ahull glvo mo great renown. lint my faithful nnnnllnn Angel Whisper softly! "Turn thlno oyos From ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 25 November 1886

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. . 31 Devoted to tlio Intcrcsti oftlio Cherokee, Choctaw, Clilckusnwp.Sciiiinolc., Crocks, mid all Oilier Indian of tlio I ml I tin Territory. 'it. , -- CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 188G. VOL. V. NO. 11. K 17 vl, IU If I, ft r ly - i & E CUnitENT COMMENT. VmoiNi.v In preparing to nbnndon tlio barbarous dud for tlio refined and racy libel suit. Jay Goulv Is assessed for ono hun dred thousand dollars and no tnoro, In Now York. Fhei AiiciiF.n's career showed that nn honest jockey can mako moro money than an honest politician. The manuscript of llcncdlct Arnold's vindication of himself hns been found In an old loft in New York. It Is said that tlio Rate receipts of tlio Sulllvan-ltyan eluding match In San Francisco reached $12,000. Tilt: Itnllans now havo tlio largest cannon In the world, which weighs ono hundred and twenty-ono tons., Tim Ameer of Afghanistan reforms n rebel by culling oft' his head. This is to prevent a ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 25 November 1886

WMm.?.$mm wmim..m";mi$& . Indian Chieftain. W.SO JPmx Tew la Advanoi. rntilltlxwt Ttinrsdfiyi by T liUt CitmrrAin 111 I initio UuxrAKY. J0M.V U AMAIK Is. AKAIK, . ; V. K. MILFOKt), Mamgrr. Editor Visita, Isn. Ti:a., Nov. 25, 1886. -U'-Jf-l. UKD3JHY VS. THE CHEROKEE NATION. This suit, Instituted by plaintiff to recover damages sustained by him in the alleged Illegal soizuro and salo of his cattle was dismiss ed by the supremo court a few days ago, because, as held by tho court, of irregularities and improper pre sentation. Mnny aro tho criticisms of thoso who ventures on opinion, at law, as to tho propriety of tho court's action. It appears that tho citation was originally for Mr. Buahyhcad, principal chief, but on his absence from tho country it was changed for Mr. Hunch, as principal chiof. Both names appear in the citation, and henco ono of tho causes for dismissal, and the question as to which one should answer to the complaint of Mr. Lindsoy. Anoth er cause appears to be tha...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 25 November 1886

0. Indian Chieftain. Vikita, Ind. Tub., Nov. 25, 1880. Local Railroad Time Tablet. MIMOUS.ll'ACmCKAILWAT. ootxd loorn. IAHKITK 4!l0.m i-Mp.m 4il0.m. 4:0.p.m, SOIKO KOKTM. DltrAKT. 1033p.m. IVSnp.m. Ko. lST,T.St.L.ftHb'Wx K'lM.M,K.ATipre-i. lOUSpra. ItiSOpm. T, LOUIS A BAM TBAMCIBCO RAILWAT. oomo win, Kg. from St. L?to Tall, Accommodation ARITM. I DirArr. ll.ttpm. 1 11:13pm. Hisiutm. ooiRa XAT. Accommodation I 4 :t3p.m. from St. Louie to Tnl DICAIT, :0O)im. :50pm. Through eoh lie. Iv ANE ft LIMIT, 6-21 PIIYSICIANS A SURGEONS. Calls answered promptly, Day or Oowala, .... Imp. Tm. Q J. THOXMOIv, DENTIST, Vinita. - - Ind. Tcr. QLIVER BAQBY, PHYSICIAN A' SURGEON. Office over Skinner Bros', grocery atora, Vinlla, I. T. T F.F0RT3ER, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. VINITA, C. N. Offico rooms up stairs in couth end ef Skinner Bros', building. Office hours from 8 to 11 a. m. and from 3 to 4 p. m. A W. FOREMAN, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. -Office Rooms on 8ccond Floor of the Opera House, VINITA, IND. TER. r B. ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 25 November 1886

"VHAT things are NO WORSE." Plftm Uie tirie of ou old Revolution, When we Ihreweff tho yoke of tho icing, Una sTeacondea this phrase to rememtier, To remember, to say, and to tlnm Tl phrase that In full of n lesson, It tan romfort and warn tike a fire, U tan cheer ui when flays ere tho darkest! "That things are no worse, O, my 81ml ' Twaa King; Qcorgo'i Prima Minister Mid It, To the King who had questioned. In heat, What ho meant by appointing Thankaglrlng, In aurh timet of 111 luck and defeat) "What's the eauso for your Day of Thanksgtf lng. Tell me, prayf cried tho ICIng, In his lro Bald tho Minister) "This la tho reason That thlnga are no worse, O,' my Sire 1" fhero has nothing conn down In tho story Of tho answer returned by tho King) Hut I think on his throne ho sat silent, And roufessed It a aenslblo thing. For there a never a rmrCcn so henry That It might not bo hoarier still There Is never ao hitter a sorrow That tho cup could not fuller mi, And whatever of care or of sadnes...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 2 December 1886

MJJ-IUUJiu .lH.miiijiuiji in i.m , , INDIAN CHIEFTAIN Devote! to tl.c Interest of (l.o Cherokee., Clioctnwii, ClilckiiRiiwa.Soinlnotci, OroehH, a.i.I .ill other Imllinis of the Iiullnn Torrltorr. orcstfi orilio C'hcroliocs, C'lioctmvs, ClilcUusiiw.s.Sotiiliiotcs, Crcchs, nnd nil Other Imllii VINITA, INDIAN TERmTORY, THURSDAY, DB0J5AIBBB 1 ' 1 I I 1 r 1 . . "uciUTt.f.Wvn'nl 8ENTENOE SUSPENDED. I THE DEADLY DAMP. I STO CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. 2, 188G. VOL. V. NO. 12, OUnUBNT COMMENT. Sbkatou Vest is reported to liavo jialil fifty thousand dollnrs for Ills now rcsliloneu In Washington. Tub Gorman Consul nt Sofia lias no tified tlio lliiljrnrlim Government Unit tho German ling nt present covers nil persons entitled to ltusslnn protection in liiilgarla. Connecticut has plenty of orciI per sons. Tlio oldest mnn In Sterling Is Cromwell Hill, n cousin of (Jovornor Hill. Ho Is 01 yinrs old. Miles Cnmp, of New Preston, Is J0 nnd his wlfo i5. They Imyo been married 71 years, nnd lmvo lived 70...

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

3 .2 ; i i w M Rt hr 1 I A S I -A r.J j " it AJj t?5 t$ f5 i4 5 3! ti S $ A J .?-. c I -Us- 1 Indian Chieftain. 91.G3 For TToar in Advanoo. I'uhllilifil Tlinriwlayt by TUK IxtlMtt UlllKTAIK riTM.IIlltl UOMPAXY. JOHN I ADAIR, . . . IMIIor X. K. MIMOUD, Mnnnsrr. Visita, Ind. Tf.ii., Deo. 2. 1880. Winr nil lis talk about greatness, Fort Smith only cast 0G0 votes at tho Into election. Tub telophono wiro from Fort Gibson is now in a few miles of Tahlequah and will as anticipated by Mr. Eiflert, be completed for business fir n few days more. Some nre curious to know what will bo tho first messngo transmit ted.. One impecunious fellow ban raid ho'd give ten dollars for tho light. A week or two ago tho peoplo of Caldwell discovered that largo quantities of silver existed on tho Chcrokco strip, close to their town. Not to bo outdone, tho Oklahoma fellows havo got up n gold excitement and nro staking oil claims by tho score. Competi tion is a great thing. Wo presume that Arkansas City is 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. — 2 December 1886

&' i i mi 11 11 1 m n mill -nil w J ndian Ghioftain. Vinita, Ind. Tku., Dkc. 2, 1880. Local Railroad Timo Tables. MI880UM PACIFIC UAH.WAT. aul.NH luvtn. i.Vo.lM.IInnb'Ht h AT.Kx No. IM, M K. AT Ktprea AiiRirc 4:10ft. m tiOfip.m intrAiir. iiios.m. 4:iwp.m. flOlHO MURTII. iXo. Hl.T.Jt.f. ftllb'lex Mo, HI, M,K..T express. AHRIVI. lH:V.)tn. H:3npm, rr.i'AHT. lOi-Up.m. lltfnp.m. at. LOUISA SAN FIIANCI8CO RAILWAY. CI01XU WMT. jUWtVK PAIIT, K. from St. L. to Tulsa. ll.Vipm 11:30am 1 11:11 1 I . :23pm. I Accommodation .. onita kat. AUH1VK I DEfAIIT. . . :Onpm. S:lp m I S:Wpm. I,aul to Tulsa. Accommodation I Bt I.oul express . Tlirougn coacu irom n. T ANE & LINN, PHYSICIANS 6-21 ,1- s una eons. Culls answered promptly, Day or NiKht. , , OO-WA-LA, ---. iKD.TEn. J. THOMPSON, DENTIST, Vinita. Ind. Tor. -vHYEIt UAUUT, PHYSICIAN fc SURGEON. Offlco over Skinner Bros', grocery store, Vinita, I. T. B F. FOItTOEIl, PHYSICIAN SURGEON. VINITA. C. N. I Office rooms up stairs in south end of Skin...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 2 December 1886

hJM rJ - lit V3 a rJ r3 i 1 1 w i'e I hi M N w i a CI it 1 1 I ) 1 ," :.4 S i -k. ft- IVL INDIAIT OHTEPTAHr. slHN U ABAIR, m. k. m lira HP, Editor Managor. VttJlTA. INDIAN TEWUTORK THE CITY OF IS. In tho wdnl old days of tho lontr figont, llco a city br the scat Hilt tho flshormcn Toko, ono stnttlott dawn. On tho coon of IJrittnnr. To hear tho whlto waves on tho shlnglo blss, And roll out orcr tho citr of Is, And olar with Its n.d dobrls. For tho town had sunk: In single night) And 'twas only jcsiordar That tho brldo had blushed In hor touiis ilellulit, That the prlrst had knoll Irt prar. That tho tishcr cried his wats In tho street, And all tho lire of tho city complcto Wcnton In Its old Umo way. And still tho olt riles unlcr Iho sen, Ith fach square anddomo and splro Ulsllnot as somo cherished fair memory Of a vanished heart s desire, That onco llko leaiitiriil palaca Blood Hnf based to defy Iho wind and tho flood, . limo a crumblo and tempest's ire. And as tho sweet memory burled...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 9 December 1886

w im wwa nxrctgBcqaBiwaaB INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. C-v . Iovotc.l to tlio Interests ortho Clicrokocs, Cltoctitw, Clilcluisruvg.Somlnolcs, Crcoki, nnd nil Other IiwIIhh or (ho Indian Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VlNITA, INDIAN TERRITORY. TIIUItSDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1886, VOL. V. no. m. NEWS OF THE WEEK, I Gleaned, by 'rolorrrapb. ond MnlL I FJSIUdXAL ANU 1'OLITICAU ecncTAiir WniT.ter lias directed com anandants nt oil nary yards to utilize ma irlno guards titular their command In watching nml protecting Uovcrltment property at their stations. Tub Hungntlan eiolcg&traA finally passed -all tlio items oC tlio Imrerlt budget on tho Wtli mid closed Its session. Daiios HKCKtMiottr, professor In th Austrian ColleRo of Agriculture, m mltted suloldo recently by slumilng hltn lulf iu tho moult). t'iMOTiirl).Hbi.McX has been re-elected Jtonl Mayor of I'ttblln. O'Kcofe, tho solr iltor, lias been elected mayor of Mmorlclc, Moth pledged tbemsolvos H refuse any honor offered by tks tjueen during th...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 9 December 1886

&J" X) IVl it Yl 4 H .I fc'J 'i j m w ;r r a ?m I- J-! hM I1 J m iw flu Indian Chieftain. 91-00 J? Vr Ijo. Advaxioa- IJtl sc -l:., Jt - " - MfcX T.. AUXtR. . . Krtltot- rH. K. jmrORH, Mamgor. (jfS.. ,- . -la VlslYft., I.st.tMt.H)iv. D, lJo. Lithijii',jan!;.irg!-J-Ili '; UtTWk.vit foftHwynung men jjjjjur coXmtry'who'buhJIy take iistarAltJn tlio side of honesty in polities, honesty in tlio making nnd admin- isiration ut uws, noncsty in llio transaction of public matters and honesty in all thlnjrB, to tlio Ehnino of tlio old political fossils who have so long been party bosses. It sbkmb that to renew tlio lease at this early data ia Rotting to be condemned by Eomo who were studiously undemonstrative while the question was pending, and not until public condemnation was fully established havo they spoken. It wont do, "fellow travelers on iho road it) eternity," to come out now. You're too late. A NEW WRINKLE IN INTER COURSE AW. Many of tlio readers of the Chikftain have doubtless hea...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 9 December 1886

I n Indian Chieftain, Visita, Ihd. Tkr.,Dku. 0, 1880 Ttl Local Ballroad Time Tabloi. Missouni rAcino kailway. OOIXII SOUTH. Aitmr lilOft tn l.wn; m iniwr-r. tiioa.m liwp.in .JM,HfinV9t I. AT Ex Ho. IM, M K. AT Express OOIXII NOBTH. AIYX. lOrtfpm. HiiWpm. tlirART. 10:'Jflp.m. Hianp.m. Mo l-tt.T.St.L.A.Hb'lex ST. MUW A HAM FHANCI8CO HA1LWAY. OOIKO WMI. AXaiva. ll.tfpm. DETABT. ll.lipm. Ex. ftora SI L to Tnlsa, Accommodation ll:inem OOtXIt ItR. DtrAXT. Accommodation St LoUlS eXIITCSS . Through coach from St 4 :0011m. ft:Mpm. -ln m I,nnW to Tnlsa T AWB LINK, PHYSICIANS A 5-24 SURGEONS. aitr Calls answered promptly, Day or Night. , Oo-WA-LA, - - - IND.TER. ii , -1 i. ! ' ' c J. Thompson DENTIST, Vinita.. - - - Ind. Tcr. AMYER BA6BY, . PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Ofllco over Skinner Bros', grocery store, Vinlta, I T. "15 F.FORTNKK, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. VINITA, C. N. Oflico rooniB up stairs in south end of Skinner Bros', building. Office hours from 8 to 11a. m. and from :i to 0 p. m. A W....

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 9 December 1886

fflj I ii- ;. ,1 K1 'J 'J 3 1 4 U i to J a -7 ?, n m ITS' .' Lvk INDIAN OHjCEPTAIN. MHM L. ABAIrT, M. K. MILFOR0, i4 Edltar - Manager. VlKtTA. INDIAN TE2UUXOKS THE GOLDEN BrtlDdE. 11 him listen, whoso wouM know. Concerning the wisdom of Kins 'Xt Poli. Mr Is rrkln. with roun'il It roltnt 1'as-o on mi o of Its river of gold t fher Bird 111 wal'a with their ninefold twine, ind tho brldfros that croii ncm ara nlnotr and ntnei And as soon as the wind of morntn? blows, And tho irrnr In tho cmt takes a Deck nf rose, Ppon each brldgo 'plns thn sliunio and boat lit hundreds of lirnfs and thousands or fcrttl And alldar lonrthcrutsduitand din, And Itio cool to elbows tho mandarin, And Rll-oli jrncn, and oath and blow Twill thus lu tho tlrao of King Tco l'oh. It (rrleved thO Klnjf that It should tic. s-t Then out of his wisdom spoke King Tea l'oh. "flulM mo n hundredth hrldio. tho best, lllahcr n.1 wlderthanall tliorc't, Mnh pols of ttak, and eortarn rvll. And planks of sandal, -rlth a.lrer nai...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 16 December 1886

Vy""' a INDIAN CHIEFTAIN jjovotcrt to tho Interest oftko Chcrokcci, Choctaw, ChlckHsavvs.Scmlrio.cs, Crocki, HHi nil Other Indian of tho IndlHR Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. .hum " , ' , ? VJNITA. INDIAN TETOITORY, TITURSDAY, DECEMBER W, ' V ;. !'. ' " 7 - ii inn nnjiw!WM8'gKfr'r'i ii ii nf ii i r r'.tii nn ----- . - . 1880. VOL. V. NO. U. JO CURRENT COMMENT. Tnr. Union JVieillo 1ms niloptcil tho twenty-four o'clock system oft nil Its llnw, rind trains will bo operated no-coriliijrly. ClIlEP .IbSTICK Waitk, of llio United btntos Supremo Court, Is llio first Cliluf Justice to rvncli tli6 position of cllpl Willy to retirement. Louis (Jaim-icld, said to bo anepbow of tlio dead President, Is serving bli llf Hi year of n ton-year term for robbury in tlio Michigan City (hid.) peniten tiary. Ho was caught wliilo commit ting tlio crlnio and Is considered n dan gerous prisoner, having several time; attempted to oscapo. ltr.v. HowAimCitosnr presided at a meeting in Now York tho other ni...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 16 December 1886

01' R-: : - i I ! I 1 I i of Indian Chieftain. L5SO SPar Year In JLdva&o. fubltiliMl TlinreOaye liy TlIC IpIVf CHIKIT.MX rrt'.LUIIt'CII Udmpaky. JHS Ti. AltAIR, . . . Editor X, V.. MILF0K1), Manner. ViKtTA, Ikd, Tkii., Dkc. 10, 1880. A dispatch from Florida says Iho b'cminolcs hnvo been worried boyqnd endurance by whito hunters nnd campers killing their cattle and hogs, nnd nro organizing to jxvengo the outrages. They nro beliovcd to bo in earnest and many of tho settlers linvo becomo alarmed nnd aro moving, thefr families to the islands on tho conBt. A ton.r "passed the lower 'house of congress last Saturday "extend ing tho laws of tho United States over certain unorganized territory south of tho stato of Kansas, known as tho public land strip, providing that this land bo subject to entry by actual settlers under tho homo stead law." Our right and title seems to bo wholly ignored. RBPOIIT OF THE SEORETAIfK op:thb INTERIOR. From an ndvanco copy of tho report of tho secretary of ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 16 December 1886

tt MMrMTl Indian Chieftain. Vl.VtTA, ID. Tfill.(DEC. 10, 1880. Local Railroad Tlrao Tabid, . l JL1 I I LJ J ! Mtosoum PACino uailwaY . t OOIXO iOUTIt. AttMVK 4tl0a.ni 4:6np r MI-ART. H0.in. 4:03p.m. No.lSt.ttenbMSt I. AT.K. Jo. Its, M.IC. AT Knpreie aoninitoxrni AllITK. 10-Wpra. It'Wpm. utrAitT. lo Alp. m. lliSnp.m. Mo. m.TSt Tjtlb'tx Ko.lM.M.K T express, ST. 1.0UIS A SAN FIIANCISCO UAII.WAY. 0010 WXIT. Kt. from St. t. to Tnlt, Aecommodatlon AlaiTB. 11.4.1pm, II 'JOam DirAHT. Uaiprn. ootxo rr. IAKIUTl.t VtTA 4:00i liKp.m I S: ifit. LonlstoTnlia. DrAT, Aeeommodatloa t.I,ulipriit :npm. :nopra. Tlitomh eoaeh from , ii- Ui J j.i '-'-. T A.ME & LINK, C-24 PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS. mtf Galls answered promptly, Day or Nijht. T Oo-WA-LA, .... iND.TEn. J. TUOMPSOJ., DENTIST, Ind. Tcr. -MYER 1UUBY, PHYSICIAN SURGEON. OfTico over Skinner Bros', grocery atoro, Vinita, 1. T. r F.rOBTNEB, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. VINITA, C. N. Ofllco rooms up stairs in south end of Skinner Bros', building. Office ho...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 16 December 1886

mx 1 P UTDIAH OmEFTAHf. eHHMI L. ADAIR, M. K. MILFORB, - rter. Manager) VlKiTA. . 1NDUK TSRKITORX; TWO PUPPIES. One wti llrttlsh Imported, A ro,al, roctaiia-tilnr putf, (mi or Ilia kind that inn Imlttv J'Mrcitmlurc-e. dellatit tohi.ir. W lit a ciito, iilvtrinounlo.l coi'ar, , 1 tie iiamo end mlilivss to sbowi A quiet liTCtUublo Idippr, Aim Kiif 1Kb, rtwl Knelish, j'o know. Tlio other was ono of tho natlr Jniorlcan purip os wo brwU, a nuil.th and vap il reminder Ji' manhood, nil irono 10 cod. Tlie shoemaker, tailor and tarbcr To tnnko lilin had (pa rod no paint. Clod ont mm, do couldn't help It, And imt.iro loft out li bralni. !''" of theso srotl-rt rossed conundrums yas tho puppy of whom I rrtlto. Jlo Inokud n '-sassiest ' ilarllug-, A rcmilar '-heart's dellglit," with tho AtiRloVlctnrln Itrotnahs And hit babble ot "Wollon Wow." Anl what henouMnot liavo Riven '' 3 bo linsllsh, real Kngllsh, jo know. ? no two-lomroit puppy was worthless, llrcnusoot American li.rtti, Am ot this partic...

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