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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 27 January 1887

CHIEFTAIN Dovolcil to tho Interest of41io Ckorokocs, Ckoctaws, Chlckiumm, Seminole, Creek, hh1 all Oikor IiiiUhhs of tko IhiIIhh Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO, VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2 1887. s .27-tt t VOL. V. NO. 20. INDIAN 15- li i MM 4: !l w ft W k i i i' fc c b p 'OURnENT COMMENT. A btvtue of tlio flitit Artec Kinperor will bo unvfllcil In tho City of Mexico, February 28. J'OSTMABTKIl Ul'NkUAL Vlt.AS Id Wild to slow with illi-gust tliono nppllrnnls foroillen who mo hugely Instrumental in hmlng iiost-olllees iinnicflfor liliu. Dii. I. 8. HofKtNs, president of Km oiy College, (icnrrln, Is iilnnnlnfr reor jrunlwttlon of tlmt institution in tho sllrectlon of gtcatly enlarging tlio tueli iniluglc.il department. Tlio cnllcgo Is tho pioneer Industrial school of Iho Stat". TUB recent Writer centenary brings to mind tho faet that that Illustrious composer recched only beggarly re muneration forhlswoiks. Silviitm" only brought him $152, "Abu Hassan" $230 and "Pre...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 27 January 1887

jtamp-:mrw9 ?. t mtm uijiijj ii ijmMinmtaacuwMmJmwmMmtntiiiiMbtaimmm in u j- (I -- n r- a N, K ' : i - i -r c-? vw InAian Chieftain. LSO Vax Yon in. JVdvaauo- rulifltlint Tlutrxtayt liy Tnx IviiIit CitjtrrA'i I't iilihiiImi UoMrAXY .-3ET-J2Z J m. L. AlUIR Editor M. K. MlfiFOItl), Mnnaeor. Vixita, Ind. Tr.n., Jan. 27, 1887, With neither pride nor satislae tion wo announce that this issue of the Ciukftain contnins less adver tisements and moro rending matter than nny paper over issued from tlio office. Wo havo however one causo to b grateful our subscrip tion list contains moro names tban It over ditT boforo. Wo call tbo attention of our buisnees men to this fact and will gladly furnish them with our advertising rates on application. J. P. Upohurcb, founder of the Ancient Order of United Workmen died at his homo in Stoclvillo, Mo., last week, nged sixty-scven. "Somi: are born great, somo achieve greatness, and somo liavo greatness thrust upon them." But that can't bo said of any livin...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 27 January 1887

f t WIJjrijJuwyyWMJiiMLM Indian Chieftain. VmTA, Ind. Teh., Jan. 27, 1887. Local Railroad Time Tables. iliMOont PAcirin railway. OOIMO lOUTlt. No.Ul.HanbMSt.t. AT Bx .Vo.lM, M.K. AT.EtproM AllltlVK 4iloa.fn l;Mp.m tmrAirr. tiloa m. Ip.m. oomnNOnTK. IASMVE. lOi-ttpm. H:5Qpm. OKI-ART. IO:Mp m. H:8nji m. ST. I.OU1S A SAN FTIANCISCO ItAILWAY. noma wrii. IAMITK. 11. 41pm lltjnam napAicr. lt-Upm. OOIKO BAIT. IAtniTK I Bal-AnT. I 4:00pm. SiMp m I S:pm. Through coath rromSt. 1inJ: toTnlia. i , i i ' 7 T AliE & LINN, 6-21 PHYSICIANS rfc. SURGEONS. C Calls answered promptly, Day or it. Oo-wa-la Ind. Teh. Q J. TH0MP40A, DENTIST, VinlU. . - - Ind. Ter. J70RTHER & HAG BY, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, VINITA, C. N. Office In Unymond building, room 10, second floor. A W. FOREMAN, PHYSICIAN Jk SURGEON. MrOfHco Rooms on Second Floor bl the Opera House, VINITA, IND. TER. T . AKIN, Atiornty-al'Law and collector of tad debts. Offlco: room 6, Opera Ilotiso block, fee. Will practlco before nil tlio...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 27 January 1887

ir B i. I " . r. 5 -s f ;j :i 4- n i 1 i i D I 5 ? w 3 a li INDIA OBXETTJim. fM l AOAIW, m. k. mtiFOftp, Editor Managor. nxiTA. INDIAN TKntUTOHY WITCH- HAZfeL. "Menw lay vrnir tlrceurne work lu'do. Ami Otwl t Im Rlirnia rmvlinK, ' Willi wnriiia; vo cj anI k D-trig lip' , My little lovo rnmo loiitlri "J vrnt.t u, Monro. Iiimlk In mo" . Tiintyceworournvcninl steady! to In my (nil 1 took tho lint, Ami told iitiu 1 wnt MikI. fc Nmr It lo iW n fnlrr came, tier pr.ckt.1 fun of w slice. Aim o.lrrel you thof.nifinjr loaves, Tliti lnlk.li blnlior Ctiliu. Wow, Imnoiir, uli.itwoill'l lou chooiof " Ttio beliy fronnihl siivorolr, TUeu IucikIio.1, nnd lltpodi " Oi, hurry, I'lon.'o. Ilocnuio I lovo you denrtjr. 'IlhlnV." I mm, "if I might ehoojo, Ami fnlry lonl or Ifuly ehouiil moot mo In tho t ummcr wood, wimio I'll wniRrfon nml atiiuly, I il pan tho pools w.th nlio liy, I il tuts Iho Unworn blowing. Aiil par. tho li r.K lo find tlm plnco W lioro lalry trees wro irruwinj. "i'diMknlliht wllch hard...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 3 February 1887

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. aes Dovolctl to tho Interest oftho Cherokee, Choctaw, Crilcknnw,8oinlnolc, Creeks, and all Other IiiilliiH of the Indian TcrrltoiT. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1887. VOL. V. NO. 21. i ST OUItRHNT COMMENT. TiinCatimllait Minister of Jtistlcolins pigiKtl tbo Wnrmuit for tho extradition of Hoko, tlio l'corln (111.) bunk do f mil tor. , 1m tho Chlcnpj City Council Uioordl nnncd ndvanclnjr, saloon licenses to fl,000 ciuilt wns defentcil. Tlio voto wns 28 to 1. II. ne LKSsnrs H going Into toctoly moro than ever slnco tho downfall of tlio Kinpln, and Is nt n ilnnco or dinner jRlmost ovory night. JIosa lJomiEi'it Is spending tlio wing j&iua ice, nun litis bought two lions Jscrvo jib models for a jialiUing tx- '-!w. "" Ainuricrui. lKj888tlioifljj pin ownen Tire,' the lotnl vnln Ttuimjni aoulncrlsj tfHt JIBcrpi iiiOiU lo ol ucor- rof 'land, -and wonoflr'owncd ty iboBvloretl iicopT3iaf3,C55,298. "nffiilJjnKrbind Mr. Wok, of Mex...

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 February 1887

rmmrnmgwmmmmfm "Jbr ii WX u Pi n-- .. - M J 5 i rf I!-. . r, M a Indian Chief tain. 91.00 Tr Year In Advaaoi. If WrtitAK Qiuxttaik rtreuiniia Oommrt. iMX ti. ADAIR, . . . Editor X. X. XILFORD, Manager. VwifA, Id. Tkb., Fed. 3, 1887. t The territorial legislature of Montana has Appropriated 500 for the relief of tho British Croo I Indians. " Akothkr eight-hour movement, ' of even greater magnitudo tban tho ono that failed last year, is be ing arranged for in Chicago. May 1st is the dato mentioned for tho change. It is said that if thu Indian eovcr ftlty bill becoiroo a law thcro will be added to the public domain no loss than 75,000,000 acres of agri cultural land. This bill 1b of course claimed to bo in the inter est of the Indian. The secretary of the interior has directed tho commissioner of tho general land office to havo sur veyed and platted, preparatory to appraisement and sale, about 700,000 acres of abandond mil itary reservations. FortsDodge and Wallace, Jn Kansas, are incl...

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 February 1887

Ml J " a 1 f. , t Indian Chieftain. Vjmita, Id. Tun., Fkd, 3, 1887. Local Railroad Time Tablet, M168QPIH PACIWO HAILWAT. 0010 tOCTU. Ro.tM,n.ub'Ht.L AT.Kx Mo. lM, M.K. &T.KxTiree AIUUTX 4:109. m 4:08p.m 4:10. m. 4:Wp.tn. 00150 HODTUi IIUTI. 10:ttpm. ItiSOrm. DITABT. 10:23p.m. U:80p m. Xo, lM.T.Bt.L.aiib'Isx o,I,M.M.. I esprctt. ST. IDtS at BAN FRANCISCO UA1LWAY. aoixa watt. AIUMV. ll.tspm. ll.totm. Ex. freae It. L. to Tolta, Aaaonnnodallon aoina bast. AMUTK DirART. A Anw.AAstlAa . :0Onm. SiSOpm, Bt LoU CtpTMt . . . TVfiSih wm it; it' " In m T AUK A LINI, 621 PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. MV Call answered promptly, Dsy or Oo-wa-la, .... Imp. Ten. J. THOMPSON !-- DEtmST, ; VJHlU, ffi ; et T70KrWK JIAaT,V 4 PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS', VINITA, 0. N. Office in Raymond building, room 10, aecond floor. A TfT.FOKEKAH, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. MrOfflco Rooms on Second Floor ot the Opera Houso, VINITA, IND. TER. T H.AK1K, Attornty-at'Law and collector of bad dclt$. Offlco: room 5, Opera Hous...

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 February 1887

tr.'Mmwlr '2''isVss)ssJBiHaiaia J II. iiinn.ii.si ,..,., n..., .,,,.,, ..1 .iu..ii ,,, uii M i ....a.. i,mw mtwUmmm.wtwmmmmBm,mwMmiwmm ium ' mHmmja "" - -" ? 1 o 5f! . -I o I: r k- ' IS r ji , sp ! 1WDUK CHiXFTAIlT. sJOHtl L. AOAi. w. k. mttroRo, Editor Managor. tWWA. INDIAN TI31RITOIIT 'AN OPEN SECRET. Aldfmtilmii loronnil dnro not tell It? And can.t limn liulo It in tlilno eyes Anl canit lliou from thy I-ovo oontvnt ttf And rlot thou laugh to drown thy tlgliJ? Alnsl 1 lovei and intiel hnt aitrltt Hy scctft cot 1 mint not .how. Icoso m need lestlhoy Leirarinai I oloto nijr Up. that iioiio tuity know. Tct can 1 hofo to keep mr secret .When nil earth' creature toll It .3? Jhcvlnrlt, lirhlt. ntiil rebuilt, 1111 all tlio world mint know my wool The nodilln(rirro tell mjr lorr, Tho flower Hep It to tho aunt And nil tho Willi tho ell rplnff tnlllor They .coin to know It every ono. toud they Hn It nt my window, And I nt hippy wn !c nlmio: Out 1 trumhle lost they .Intr a To ionic thoughtle...

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 February 1887

Istwv 1'hb Into General Charles V. Stono slrovo llio first nntl last rivet In tho Statue of Liberty. A hand of Indian pijtmws who enmo Into Hnngor, 1). T tho other day, nil Inmicil in corsets. C'iuno, tho Chlncso giant, has rr ,lttrticd to Shnnghni, niter Woking tho t-Jrcnltof tho globe. Dit. Petkiu, nn eminent 1'nrls phy sician, repudiates nml denounces M. l'nslcur'a famous treatment for hydro phobia, ritiKOK Louis, tho second eon of lYliico Napoleon, ha tnkon service In tho Italian nmiy, nml thus forfeited his 1'Vuiich nntlonnllty. Ooid.v la in London. Correspondents t1ecrllia her as nn absurd, discontented nhl woman, without human companion loi.hii or sympathy, and deriving no comfort from her literary fame. Tub medical colleges of tho United States huro graduated over thirly-llirco thousand physicians during tho past nlno years, nnd tho present rato is nbout four thousand per annum. lUitON DC Joest of l'arlt, noted all hlsllfo for his cmol treatment of nil men and nnlmals ho cam...

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 February 1887

sjtagsiaMBEia.aW.-fclaWa.WaaM " """ " " """ "' 'x' "" ) Dl 9 Indian Chieftain. $LS3 Ver Tear In. Advanse. Publlahnl TlinraiViyi by Tux ixdiah OnnrtAiH I'l-kUiirixu Uoufakv JOHX L. AIKtlC, . L'dltor M. II. MIU'OKl), Manager. VtNlTA, Inn. Ti:n., Fkd. 10, 1387 Tiik Mexican voturan pension bill lias been approved by the president. A Four Scott meteorologist pre dicts the worst Btonn of the season to occur about the 23rd or 21th of this month. Tukhb aro 18,000 oporatlvca en gaged hi tho ehirt,' collar and cuff trado in Troy, N. Y., and tho amount of their wages for a year amounts to nearly 87,000,000. KvKnY dead soldier is, by an act of congress, entitled to a neat mar blo slab or hcadstono to his gravo. Whenever there aro any such with out such hcadstono, if tho nearest Q. A. It. post will send tho name or names of tho deceased to Wash ington, a noat headstone, properly lettered, will be sent for the place. VERSUS RAILROADS. Tho law enacted by tl Cherokee council, authorizing tho instit...

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 February 1887

w C.I M ii W r M A. 4 Indian Chieftain. Vihita, iNn. T in. FKn.oJm. Local Ettllroad Tlmo Tables. MISSOUItl PACIFIC UAlI.WAY. ool.in aotiTU Ke.Ul.tlenb'IFU.I, AT.Kt AltKITK 4:lo.m 4:Wii.m imrAiir. 4 :10a. m litnp.m. !te. 1M, U.K. aT.Kxpress OOIKO NORTH. .Xo. tat.T.St.L.AIlb'lex Me, UI.M.K. AT express. AIMIYK. Hl.TOpm, nurAUT. IO:I1p.m HiSp.m, ST. LOUIS ft BAN tttANCISCO IlAiLWAT. soma writ. Ixi-frem St. I., to Tall, Aiamodtlon AHUITK. ll.f.pni. II :3(m Dm-AHT. lj:ttpm ooina fait. IAKtIITK I nierAnT. -l(iW. 3:r.p.m. I SiMpm. Through coach from St. Jonl to Tulsa. T ANE Sc LINN, 5-24 PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS. aw 011 answered promptly, Day or Night. Oo-wa-la, .... Ixn. Ten. q J. TUOMPSOIS, DENTIST, VinJU, . - - Ind.Ter. -17ORTKKR ft rUUIlY, physicians a s una EONS, VINITA, C. N. tifflce In Raymond hulldlng, room 10, second floor. A W. FOREMAN, PHYSICIAN SURGEON. r-Office Roouib on Second Floor ot tho Opera Ilouao, VINITA, IND. TEft. T H. AKIN, Atlorncy-al'Law and collector of bad debti. Off...

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 February 1887

C i... .. ' I'1 (K X3' ' t. a&aSBBBBBBBBBeJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMBBSBBBa 0 , U- 6W I iicdiak omuFPAiir. .OH L. ADAIR, M. E. MILFOII0, Editor Manager. riNlTA. INDIAN TEIUltTOIir MOTHER. When tiro l j-ottnr, nntl words nr ir, Niirvarslnw every-other. Tiro dnrrt wonl among the fT No sultlv I spells mottier. A mt mother's rs n tnlrror tirlgtit, llollrclx mr nil bt pldimimi Anil e.vort hor vralchrul slfrlit Is tfrougM our dourest trctisuro. Tm mother "ooltms tho troiililcsl lieftrt, Anil siHtlks n pind in inorrowl Vi check tho tenr-drop at Its start, Aua UkIiIciis every soriw. But time rolls on, yearn como nrutco, llchlntl Is IftK ewret childhood, All jot mi dearer sound wo traco In oily or In wild wood. hato crour llfp, whcro'rr wo roam, nor lortj fornul.cn in norrr. Ilorort of hor, tho HcM or homo In wrapped In cloud form or. It, Childhood, routli. or Inter nso, If cluicMoomos lo m-loo us, wo turn to her vrhusp words nssuago And ooihiii(flj relievo us. All. not thoro iiovtr c...

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 February 1887

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. Devoted to tlio Interest of tho Chorokooi, Cltoclaws, Chickasaw, Semlnolcs, Creeks, and nil Other Indlani el the IndlHH Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1887. VOL. V. NO. 23. CURRENT COMMENT. . Oakkv Hall, formerly ninyor of Now York, lins becomo a nnttirnllscd English subject. (Iknf.uai. (Iaitia, tho last of tho olllcors who fought nt tho hcglnnlng of tho wnr of Independence In Uollvln, i dcnil, Aged over a century. lr.NVF.u is tho highest of tho Stnto cnpltats, being 6,17fi feet above tho sea level. AniiniKills, Mil., Is tho lowest, being only four feet nbovo tho son lovcl. Ik I'nrls there nro 490,000 unmarried men nnd only 380,000 married, whllo there nro 110,000 unmarried women. One-third of tho children boin In tho city nro lllegltlninto. William 11. Sewauii Is tho subject oi a statuo now Inking slmpo In tlio Mtttllo of Walter Q. Koblnson, nt Auburn, N. Y. Mr. Sewnrd's nltltudo i that of n speaker with right ...

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 February 1887

YHWfc lr?; 1 Y WElf &-K 7?.' PL Wr ;rs sx u 1 1 ill' t l.i1i . f.M to man&an ttMiiuitmi ' ,..&$ T vf'- ? " Indian Chieftain. sSl.CC) Par YaYavr la Advanos.. Published TlinraiUys r Trial Ixim CinxrrAtR I'irnusiit.. UotirAXY. JOHX U AlUIR, . . . Editor M. E. MILFORI), Mansircr. Vinita, Ind. Teh., Ftn. 17, 1887. "Iter, Umlo' Imke. ami brltherScotta, Fr lUrrlen Kirk to Johnny Uroat'ai If tber'ae-liole In a' j-onr coats, t rule yon tent 1 1 f A eMel't imang yon tnktnfc notct, And, faith, he'll prent It " Mr. Geo. 13. Foster, author of tho life of Soquoynh, is on n visit lo tlio Indinn Territory, in search of inntcrinl for n contemplated history of tho Cherokee, in whicli other tribes, its cooperatives, will bo historically dealt with. Ho is now ntTuhlcquah, where lie is collect ing inntcrinl by observation nnd otherwise, ns to hnhits, clinracter i8tics, tnstcs nnd peculiarities of tlio people. Tlint ho is fully com potent for tho tnsk, his histoid of Sequoyah is sufficient ev...

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 February 1887

- Indian Chieftain. Vinita, Ind. Teh., Fkh. 17,1887. Local Railroad Time Tables. MISSOURI PACiriO UAH.WAT. IIOINO IOUTII. AllltlVK 4:10. m 4:tt1p.m DXTAIIT. 4il0.m. 4:wp.m. No.Ul.Hjuib'ISt.L.nVr.Kx Kb. 1H, M.IC.&T. Kxprese noinn xuittu. ASIIIVK. I0:pm. U:30pm. DKrAnT. 10:1p.m. H:ttp.m, Ko. i.ll.T.Rt.T..llbMex Nw.lM.M.K.ftTenirrst. : ST. I.OUI8 A SAN rilANCIBCO It AH. WAY. noma w. AIUtlVK. 11.4.1pm. 11 :.Viam. nartnr. ItiSSpm. Kit. from Bt. t.. to Tulsa, Accommodation aoixa iT. IAiiniTK nuPAiiT. I i:!!i'm' :pm I StSnpm. Throttgh edteh from Rt. Lonlt to Tulsa. rnorESOxoxr-ax, c&xis- T ANK & MNN, 6-21 PHYSICIANS A- SUIiOEONS. so- Colls answered promptly, Dsy or Nieiit lr.li Oo-WA-LA, . Ind. Ten. a j. tijoxpso DENTIST, Vinita, ... Ind. Tor. TOJ'.TNKK k lUdUY, physic ansa s una EONS, VINITA, C. N. Office In Raymond building, room 10, second floor. A W. FOREMAN, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. B90iTice Rooms on Second Floor oi tho Opora House, VINITA, IND. TKB. T 11. AKIX, Attorney-at'La...

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 February 1887

HVi nfe'Jl.a.fyafJylwJjmtw..T!BitiE' K it b- k r INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. JOHN L. ADAIR, M. E. MILFORD, Editor Manorjor VIMTA. INDIAN Tniuriouv YESTEnDAY. Trlpnlnr, itnrttnir-nnlr jrcstrnlnr, Tlio hrrrtpns wcro bright, nn.l all tlio earth m fn'rt lorn's ci1on rnillnnro fell upon our war lioro a dreamy ins a tlllwl tho srento-l nlri A lliousniid wild rioncrt trembled round our irot. Anil henrtl tho wooillurk Intrmir high nj I swpct, Tcstortlar, tlnrllng onljr jcstcnlnr. T'strritajr. drilling; onljrjeslciilar, ith litis npurt nil hnlr or raw t brown, ou enmo, ikr heart, ncross tho llovror deckel war. Esreeninif tlio yrassos Willi your trailing irowni . Upon your check thrro ft wild roxo plow, Ami In your c)cs llu'ro sins nstiiuet run iou came with arms outstretched you lored 1111, Ml, YcMordoy, dnrllng only yesterday. Yesterday, dnrllng only yeftorday, A sou tiroozo stealing from tho tunny south Diow from your brow tho tangled frlngo nnaj. And stnood tho klssos from your crimson mnullii ahe ...

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 February 1887

ac INDIAN CHIEFTAIN i Devoted to the Interests oftho Cherokee, Choctaw, ChlckHsnwft.Boriiliiolcs, Crock, anil nil Ollior IiKlltum of the Indlnn Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1887. VOL. V. NO.-A CtUUtENT COMMENT. Votjutkkn thousand flrohnmlroit l)Hli havo liccn presented lit Congress for consideration this, session. . Hknatmii ltibni.K.iii:imKi! recently nl 1 nihil tn Mr. Kilmiimls ns "tho eminent liulhjKirrtit from Vermont." Tub MaMacliinotta nnlo has tulopteil thu resolution abolishing tho poll tax its it prr-ruiiulslto for voting. Tunnel no probability of nn oxlra f-cMit of Congii-Nt. 1'ho only cause or duo would bo llio falluro of somo of tlu appropriation bills. Tun Crow Indium In Montana liavo Hindu nbout ton thousand dollars tho mt jcar by iliarglng cattlemen for tin) mhllegu of driving stock ncross their ivserrnlloii. Assistant Statu Vrteiiinaiiian Rwinoi.y, of lYoopurt, III., litis onlcreil four liorpi-s kllleil nt lroi!...

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 February 1887

!-.' mrnyiK ' J MU1UMMW I K- lit Indian Chieftain. JpLQO rr Ttr la JL&vaiaoa. I'lilitlaliH ThiiNMlnya lijr Tnk Ittovt Oim-rm IN :uiiimi Cimi-asy. J0MV F,. AMIR, . . . KJItor X. K. Mir.FOKI), Mnuatror. Visit , Inn. Tki:., 7S.it. 24, 1887 Tim Pawnees received n pay. mont hut TliurHility of 87,500. Futv-kivb years ngo 238 ncrea of ground where Port Smith etanid wn1, aold for 8250. It Truss out, if tlic latest re port)! bo true, that Gen. Logan got liia Indian blood from his fnthor's first wife, Jio (tho general) being tho offcpriiig of n second wife. Wo expect tho citizenship court will encounter a number of similar cases among ltn petitioners. A ro.Ni of an aero in extent and four foot of water will hold 7,000 carp in growing condition if fed. They will eat anything that n hog Mill, and will gain about thrco pounds each annually till they weigh from twelve to fifteen pounds. It will thus be seen that 21,000 pounds of fish can bo raised on an acre of ground, worth 82,000. This look...

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 February 1887

Lfc IndianMeftaiii. NiTArrrTrFiTtir247r887'. Local KMlroe Time Tablet. MiRsouiti wami it ah .way . IIDIfU JOtTH. IAi.Kir. I in 4 10a ml 4' 4 (Bi m4- RrAIIT. Ka.Ml.llajib'tSt.T, AT K ina.m. o. If!, M.K. AT Kxprei rti.m nniin Kontn. Aimrr I nn-Airr. 10 v.iim 1 1(l:M' n 11 Mpm. I UiOp m. So. ttl.T.St.T. AIlli'lM Mrt.lM.M.K.ATevprfU, ST. LOUISA BAN FIIANOMCO ItAH.WAY. IIOIHO !.. Kx. from St. I., to Tula. Accommodation AltlllTR. Il.npm II '3nm liri'MiT 11 Wpm OOIXII xarr I Aimmt I hki-aiit. Ateommodallon . i2!'"n- Bt InlmxrTf 1 3.Mn ra I Si.Vipm. Through conch from fit. Iionla tolnlaa. ITROrXSSIOITAr. C&XCD&. TANK LINN, 5-M PHYSICIANS A 8 UIIQ EONS. p4r Calls answered promptly, Day or Went. ilel Oo-WA-I.A, - Ind. Teh. C J. THOMSON, DENTIST, Vinita. - Ind. Tcr. -OORTXElt & 11AURY, pit ysicia ns s una EONS, VINITA, G. N. OfAce in Raymond bulldlnjf, room 10, aucond floor.- "a w. forkhax, PHYSICIAN, fc SUROEON. 3rOrrico Rooms on Second Floor til tho Opera House, VINITA,, IND. TEN...

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 February 1887

IV i. u. "a It lf IXDIAlf CHIEFTAnr. HK L. ARAIft, M. st. MLFORD, Editor j MondRor. yrxiTA. . Indian TEnimomc A NIQHT RIDE DY RAIL. Peep Into the night wo l!oir, through tlio great , ,, plains lirmrictiiiip: far Tolliosoulli of hint nml hortbof seas, low under moon and star. And rto scored with n m'dntjrht shriek the .sltimrering- hntint of men, DIveW into the Bloom of forest, whirled out by river ami fen i On end nwnr. nnd erer nway, thronth the a-.,. 'ltlitllkottimnliis ilnroe, Wll tlio folks liiuo rilttorvnt speech nnd the lnndi hntu anotlicr nnmol To had left Ihoclomt hi ourwakn, tho sky had boon uvctciist. But lirrnwa tlio moon stood still and the world want wIMeriiig- pnslt And there grew such a sense of tpaco, liken prisoner s suddenly frcci, in Ibat slumberous rest of motion, tafoboroo tin tlio wlncof tpcvdt And tho silvery Krars of midnight, tho shad .. nwy land, tho stream, Urorr rmrt with tho phantom pictures 'twlxt sleep nnd n waking dream. fo tho nlttl went liy and a wa...

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