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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 28 December 1883

THIUCWEFTAEN 1.C0 PER YEAIl. Vl.MT, I i. "--U. J3. 11 ; JU-s -,.. sjc Journal, our tiny neighbor, irgrtt in learn, linn Uiien olscoiilin. i M.nra. Win. N'obles nml Albert Mor- fclloj't all th:If hay lJ ,lr two wjoki ."ti .i.i.n wn.. a brlxht. nleasant dtiv. W! ,i ,,'ei1 milc1' t0 lu 0"JJ'ment by jj(y.iJ oUns ,. Mr. Fry of uiomu r.ir.i)iM i unmim ,. ',t tliroiii-'li V'inltn last SumUy on 'litl )' tiomtyru'" i-iwuM. nnrii N'elmeyor has boon rc-oui- t0veil la "hi former PnHIn " fore a,n of the Afton ecctlon on the 1'rUco tMIM J.T.nnlW. F. McSpsdden 'e n from Chelsea Monday nml '.pent their .Christmas- nmoiij; their ur filcmh I" )'H Jlr. C. W. ;McCIellan caincjln from Irks'iiea Monday morning, nnd loft oil Jhe Frisco train west In the afternoon & his homo ncnr;Oowala. The report that a mnn'had been killed ca Chriitmas Eve at Catoosn was In correct. A roffln'.was required, but it waiforone who lind died from sick- Itor. J. W. Serous, our associate, Is eiportod, home'wlth his family t...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 28 December 1883

tf INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. '. T. RQ3. I w. scKodda.f Editors. VIN1TA, INMAS TI'IUIITOIIY HAIL, THOU NEW YBAlt. Hall, thou Now Year I tho thou hast come Mfoon, l m hanlli- wllllnjr jrrt to f ay good-tiro To thn old friend who In) s usldo hid crown, Amlln thoprmoof Tlmn lies down to ill. I luttl Rrown fond of him. And learned In know , Tlio faulta niul virtues of thn dear Old Yrnri Ho brought mo many it comfort, runny n Joy, Although ah, yes ho cauptsl mo many a Icar. Hut for tho tear. n often n they flowed, llognvojno peaco, hr garnmosmllca. again, And taught mo to look upward to llopo'a aklca. And wo tho inlnbowglcnmlng Mirough tho ruin. TIio iKnr Old Ycr I lie rnmo ns merrily Aa thou tlottoomn, Juat twclro thmt month nirot And now, because ho lia irrown old nt last, Bball wo fortfet thr lalthlul liter Ah, nol Thou nrt n stranger! whnt know men of thoof Thy pmmlsca mny nil tio falrnnd brlghti Hut many n morulnir dawning cloudlessly Has brought b weary day nnd ttnrinr night. well, wo will ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 4 January 1884

V INDIAN 5r ' sw . Beveled te tUc Interests of the Cherokee. Cbeciaw, ClHciia.avT. Scralnoics, Creeks, nnd all Otkcr Indian-, of the Indian Territory. YOL. H. NO. 16. YIjSTTA, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1881. CtMEFTAM PUBLISHING CO. CHIEFTAIN. A WEEK'S NEWS. T 1ltCTHl MHt Matt M& Xmt fiato asst m . M aad ay 'e Speaker wwwrrag taa tr rriiaMtas Wjrjmf the nrt of tie Mir, i Ua ee RtM asst h li i n mt nir to the 2i"55?" aaocnUoa of the late J""'- ""' ill The Baesfcer aanounced -3m.Bcc3t,Chelriim efthe Cossmlt-VeoBaaUacaadCarreaef-,wsTeerted tebepreMriag'a stt to iatraaaee when Cnmgt was HMTtni. It was provide for theissalugot fctaistj aates wsskowt the sagalsaa oeruaiMhj, to tabs Ihe place at haakiag aosas aatag .-astwirr. Ike parport of the aseaawre is the satae as that of the bEI Irtwiiimi ay Mr. BaekaMrtba tost seaessa. of tost Caagress. jbjl. Bun, Cfcsiraaa at IheCeasilttee m Coinage, "Weights awl 3teant, is said Tor reeoiidec trade Mian lafcj stand ard, aad thakB-J Ua...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 4 January 1884

THE CHJLEi? TAJJN ?abttt Nto fcr te Ispiax CaxsKxnr Pnunm Co r. P, itOM iH X. W. 8cMM,Xtors. TIKTTA, L T JAK . 4, MM. Tsk cuw f tk year 1S8S is wag&iAbnoC rrtwyactioa. The opMjitg of tke ysr 1364 encour ages Mitidpli(M. Tke experieace aodobtanrstieA f mSridoal life for tfa laat katf BMtary are full of . impxMiv.MMM6a4 stirring in-eyjente- Tiuwt f iMwJIcqcinin- nity like, the Cherokee Xation much Jeas than there of a rreat cation like tfeUhd Stt.ad inlrita ly leee f the irorM f aaaakind, are too many, loo T&ried and too importest tole MtBber4 or epit omai Fiftyjr Mrs ago the Weet- ' CherokM'wre ew settlers in this portion ef the coveted Indian Jfenkory set apart foe their hoHsee, Kiiilt the najentr, the JSastern Chrok,te's4ul eaet of the MUneeippi River, among the hills, alog tfa Talkys ai beside the Jtotiau and booWiag fountains where dwelt their aaaootors from whteh thera ie Q record. They were then experiescing the faei-sceeedtBf; threes -which, a badoaea years hkter, ende...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 4 January 1884

B"ews. -Im H Happf HtM-Yearf T "OtrJSnt mr year. . -mite tte bw Thra tmiwfaiacfccf aaewtMs tee Bet tw fcttfte. c't wear tight shoes Look wit fcr mv tMw cni os Frisco SaibMML Iw. Qa-aa. Jiaajaefcet wa ia town thU Tte wilt f prayer will be observed la Matt W. C?afcOa. ecpvel to occupy their aw kmaMia t aMStk. Wm4 mk wilt be tfcea for sh zriptio to the Cwtarrxm. -Mora bwUteftx eg n i Yinita tha Turitr tawa erer Wfew. 8- A. Bfajackcit baa baSt a aw real Aamen, ami, te eaattf faed aywa. g.W.Owoa ahipf ai Jws car load of hofa.tkia wk Lctta. Jacria tCo. fftty Mwafct&iwtfc. Ther- i mart of the wT MBC3VBF JUBSMBBvR vvfJIBQ 14B tar tent 9m. M, wtta proi.cia better JTbe taadMra af Wereester Academy arrival TSwsiaf mb, and began work at The jlg aH jw aeeded a abroad. " so tae aaow Vaaaa to feU a. tew boars ibt Us aVapartaie. The Gaagi?9tieaal Chvek te to-be papered aad miuoi an the iaaiae ia a few wrufti. ItwHfceafraaaty. How ,at this jr eeeae Use awes, ad the ear aahe, ami eafci feet, aad ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 4 January 1884

. c imm ciiiiftais. W.T. T.W. TLN1SA. - - isiiiix TniaiTnnr. JL XUXAL JJCMOXSTJLLXCS. O-a farsaer'WIatsa saaistasaacaa. AM MM I Ski Tiai bysna Use twt sasaner I . 3aeyve gone s' shafted ress'tk 1 Aa wire stasias is ceacfcrsrT. Of MurtMar to bmw. 1 In1WM . IMTfM Aa wheat Is tike I pea la here? ;I . Taasiwafeea'sa telact. vi IMMthr .- In mtm flrMjNjimtnd aqasasteeicck AinrMrutteauiab'. fca' tsted ta waai, o-4-raer-HinM ttoe Wiauataalea.er U sir. " Bat tKM Jec nrfermK a selS. - IfltewtaWauia. A asean :sa ctb Ssy every day 9 Hn eats woes a laaata'. - hey say te'ds wflsa. solcpeoaes. Or soaoa ttpw-tam&as s-raaacs. 3t7esssutoae-wheeled raflVay trains J eyeciaaaa a-nasanr .4b rfc saey be nor misZel Wl: a the caMotrt tbor her alandcra. SattaraH(t2nB3' 'ruinate A. new aa' ftneh -TiToe eftnirtsrd.' -1 ra soa14nt be Krprtrcd, Bar say aM woman. 'Macr, II faasa thxr ray ltraaUcs, SuaM dnsp tissa aUoaTcaacr. Aa scene few dejr, when weariaa, Oen-sleilv tstae to run. We'll aca saeiwsl w're bin ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 11 January 1884

' aBaaBS INDIAN CHIEFTAIN C a.-. Berated ta the Interest eftko Chcrekccs, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Scralaelcs, Creeks, am! all Other Iadlaa of the IndlaR Tcrrltery. C14MEFTAIM PUlLISHIPrG CO. VESITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1884. YOL. II. NO. 17. " r l A TrtSEK'S NEWS. aa fTamaraasals - Va wy -aV CTsTWa.My aaJWYn. Mnn rjct: Le the 7th. "In tbe n a3ifc,B8hee3ates Jf pc-UtJun from laC Brag ami Washington Ter ser the- Tin- I Brant of e Omasa Central-': ail- i 1m OwMMMcot rtBlft the aaate SSSSiSLSZl 2?ii525: MexlaaattetBdoaendajcMifcMio'i which was J wia.miMijrecrao ma m lit to ruraisn - . . .. . .. .- " . - " -M '' JH" """" I"""- Vr ." unuuo, NUHMnHM iwo ks ports or I """'ji - - ---lafAatarieaa full, aad rwhwvor jro-1 killed br the cars on ber war to church the "aaaswiBss the Predtatt, sapartatsaalsto fctt(M ST MCB U litm, ftttem er fees other mer- , v1- ....A .... r.H i C w uu u j m tae president late nnUUilsn to rnn- , the vreedbttioa of vuch rorebrn asawftea. About seven hu...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 11 January 1884

-l Fubliabcd Every f n Jar by the lyjius Chxsttauc PimusnccG Cof JTC.;P.itojJi J. W.-Scnoccs, Editor. Gas the cattle fever be stopped without crippling the interests of tiir cattle &U3incs. The stock meeting nest week .will be one of the'most interesting .and important yet held. 0.- tcay to care, the icaaflhc Is to cut off the head. Stopping the cattle business wity -e sarc to stoP lhe cattle fexcr. r IXD. TEH-' Calls promptly aUendaJ tot day or ' 'nisht. Special atteulton jnven to ' Surgery and diseases of women i and children. vTHE CHIEFTAIN Cc"Mdlanj'authori to pwmmw.r.:d.a.vis,:i.:d 0. s . railroads from can-ving anythLia -a : -m. n - 7 - - iiautiuj-ui; jaLiimi. ui:njs win v-iieruKci; iauun : cer tainly not. No state can make such I vixita, prohibition. The power to regu late commerce rests, nndcrthe U.S. Constitution, absolutely; with Con- ;ross. Neither Council nor any state has-the leastshRduw of power to legislate on that subject. It would have been no mofe unrea sonable...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 11 January 1884

lX . --- -r local Hews. Stool: aacetiag aext Monday. Impress w yghteaiag a-p a little 2fat. SUmk skipped a. carload of ;hog laet week. Will Trett. has received- three car loads of lamber. We will publish a business directory of Vinita soon. 31r. Little la puttingup a nine bam on bis property. A- H. 5brwood-of 51 ill Town was ia town last Friday. . The Frisco train from the East now arrives-at Yiaita at 12:10, and leaves at 3e.x. The cold -weather ia playing havoc whheattfe. MrvGeeembas lost seven teen head." f G. W. Qreen shipped one carload of hoes ad two ol cattle to Little, Jarvis & Co. this week. -Tb6 jaaior -sditor of the Cmcrxasf is putting p a small barn at the Congre gational pmtmam- H.1L TroK, Win. JfeCracken end W. P.Som, the a - Tewa Commissioners, have received h fir coataLssions. E. O. JtaLtt, ia charge of G. W. , Greea's cattle ra ach, was in towi San day. Wiak Jte could see him oftcner. Take aetiee ot DeJanette Bros, card in this iasae. The old reliable firm still...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 11 January 1884

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. J:J;X&.- mm. SiStAX TXHKTKWr. rmr riiar of xxass. K I ettaa to the nmWs of rtateeM, -! wv m iiniMii II of Slim BiaasBfi earjaBBV aWBs 0 eneRettNeTZBSV BX OTii !tiii,iiswiis erne aelel arias. I saete wt fc uiu spy Malarias et beteg Aanias HwtrMl reach of the years. Brvr tSv5xlg NVa Bit pCCxtw IKMII8f 1 rTaieeg-ef Tears. K li Bevsr a(te last te bm- visaoo. Teaa lortens Hli 3we liiwi nories at the rommWi elrea -That we Km bte wings fort Aaet eaeaav aftes I leaer er a-er te fi- 2eei wetn uuub ike Iraes. aty- heart waa ttmraltaeus throl) Mit Take ip the sad Uwm or men. I ya o he imM elarnlnr aad aohuiaa, efltaaal aBacE oW Vm vMSsTf Wna A Bataaa'ae'' aAAaaaeBesWabeBj aasft&aaaeAae'la'&JB av JJlt MBBWn ptQBVnni We BtkH we journey aJoar. WMk CXteT ter er selr IOM3Blos. A. fanera atrge far ear soa-. Taere are Kei above as hnr bendlae, BatwtK a Hli as over ear wow Al lae aM et the Beaataln. dcnoenalac Beat matt tee way a we go fetae dark, orewrdu Mors mitt toy We...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 18 January 1884

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. Sj 'X w ."saw v '? B-'i Berated te the Interests ef Ike Chcrekccn, Chectawn, Chlckasaws, ScwIhgIcs Creek. aBd all Other Indium of the Indian Territory. VINITA, INDIiVN TERRITORY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1881. VOL. II. NO. 18. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. if A WEEK'S NEWS. W A VSOaTBfHB BvrCK .IKslstn flBMBliiSKUAH ft T Ir Ik B mats, e Mb, Mr. Anthony of Mtaargolaa'ja1imim flatthe Committee i la inquire Into tho el- enable the Execn- w n ateit our Interests at whiea nrohlhltnd or rr- mei the lawiailalsoa o tmatbTal ndlu ineCiMilMaL Xr. Marfan offered tecSaSa7SwM CmrrSTn MZ j 8eorrV AiUiiii ami Ton. which was mmm. lMraw wye then discussed watfieseeattre enter.,., la the Hou.e Mr. t. t a resolution, which was ; 1Mb the fact that certain 9 lawwrtation of Aracr- Comxnltlec on i Jaeestiecte and u-poit arxaaaeatT UaWattoa should be re- f aaetaaV .DUMafMa-: The Speaker laid I -J. ' WWW I Ml lil I ttellBmii.aienwsieoftB President, se aasnal report .or,- Mm Osmatiaston. Also ' ilea ...

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 January 1884

TBE CHIEFTAIN . rSHr Ivwy Friday by the jtSMAK CMIETTAEC PuBLISHIXG Co 1 WIT. HMt ahvJ WVicGS, Editors. TKHHTA.-I. T JAX 18, mi. Tke muting lav passed at the te lewrioH. M tic Xational Coun cil k mk e great importance to Wtk tfce material aad political in- tewta of fee Cfeerokee Nation. Jt $g a rw&e! departure from the txa dittaml petky awl uniform prac tice af its gererient from time hnmrimriil. We refer particularly ia fee pw virions of the lav.' which aotfcoiw tbe iBfre&action of capi tal mm! liuumcDB associates from afeiwd, irkea deeaed desirable or r, as Aey Trill be m every ibf fee looDoag m casdacting feeic "burin one operettas. It is Hrae-tkie h to fee deee under the Imps f fe , Tt as there arc jo laws feat 7reTide for or con- gcfc, relations, the whole raa to be hereafter de- jM4UrMt toacc. That the afcangtt wade to fee existing law aaoteid ef.beisg carefully and rleariy drawn oh, are vague, -while napertoBt, indeed vital, to all con- ttrad, M) erkicjtt from two con...

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 January 1884

r Ifwsr Citf FaiBaiar.Oaa't yea give hs les mm!? c rWLCaa , Kas iat. Saaday 7a ar-fMM Jar 3Cewei Acad aa at to fc aaaa At sseek- . m4 Lie brother Tay ae aWck Beetias this HH.3Ba8ton,5r-.leftoaMbadaT Jarataa aan'MeK tola Oiagfcter ia I , Caariay.fohatoa kas tol J bis wacon shop to A. B. Nichols and Caleb Gon- Xeefiw. XcGlellan, Waikley, Deany and Rodgers treat to Ft- .Smith this week. aaraf awrjtoiiaiititVlte were sot bese r aaBWfWWalT M "fSaia tkaa wer TUtui do they all At irtnlh will addfiwr jmriaaTi IMmhhh's oHJGrioe3 W..E. Titt weewea aaer earfea anMbertaM-waak: MWwafts about & caitoaajfc woo- LMktrtfo-MNMs. Seep warm nJVif iiTt'r " of wiBd, " JmIIw A t f teoJira. Q linn uJJuw jrifrr- to collect ti ii ufieiat nf in uatoTf r"1 lar, as provided ayJa-,fM aai any ite&agaent. ataaLaaaar..Ja4aar f aVSaager, ' WKne JirafcaQaksxaMk oath at tea. Mt Jar We aeeiaKassas A section toss and flue oae of bia hands, at McAllister, ran together in bleating and broke through tbeice, both be...

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 January 1884

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. w. . -. TDtm, IXEIAX TnUMTOBT 9LX MXIMS OF ALL ME LEFT. We an ease aeie at aU fce toft; Aad Kw ecuat sac wua o'f jfft V9 HH MVM OCSISO BIS Dv His hat fenf oa tee wan: AsmI there saon tae saMv Uo Ishhooks aad ba aad bail. Jawrty l!tto tunr; He era laraa tatl Is Ufo Of Baits aad stria aad fcai&r-e, Or wr&bc, top aa kalfe. Aa la the dnwrraasas Mrtaday cards, Aadhfalajtanliiliimboofc. 5Hw patets that passed the ralay days, tTacyi lata that ha took. At that test boar. w.a parttBg aaSa He itaM: "Come here. latTnma; I leave asy lorn, asd aU raj- tame. So job attd dear pap." Bete keen are ve e aH lie voo la Me few. pleasant year; Aad we. wtts breakiar hearts, ataal still Aaa eoaat U na wan tears. BatTet ae areat tae treaanre Is. So sweet, so aaaniroid. Barth eouid set kite bs Ui exekansa Her s-recioas jreassaad fold. r Is that Jart bear ke let an fan Freai oat hi aeart aad band. " I taall bare mater tfciteV he said, la jsmaersterietn Laaar 4ncKciTTe eball let them ...

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 January 1884

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. Derated te tbe Interests of tkc Cherokee. Choctaw, Chlckasnws, ScmlHelcs, Creeks and all Other Indlam or the iHdlaR Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1884. VOL. H. NO. 19. r CUXKT3T CQMXBXT. Ir ie rTstks&ied that foar thousand pa pie emmiiAel eakadc w Paris tho paetpecsc. CMg SttT&Gos, of FultoL. K. Y-. k rep artist! as afty years old and as Bavriwg aer Mien atest. Me is evi rtwHr afraid of the American hog. Tm City CotcQ. of Halifax. (X.S.) Ttentir aassed a resolution permiuinir oicrd esuldrea to enjoy the same aehoei privileges as white chlldrca. Ifa- I., , .in rJYmmcMji Wlr intm. MX. 1' Jin ! M ot JLaasas. lately intro-1 daeed a WB CeMmss to appropriate ffW,V?V9V IMSIHBt BUm ULUZl llill 1C1' i of the cpBBtry, to aid in the ffuwaauMft aad rapport of common . , rl aeaoofe. :rr Tw TTnianr PmJsKc Tms Onmm'tfrw. Ves-eaUV esafc8(se?sl the ajjsltmcnts WMBii MaTP ogfa raaae seinn!(TttnniN. W -rntriT In fcafeit ti...

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 January 1884

a ,i THE CHIEFTAIN ?.lkil Kmtt Thursday by the Ixds Chwtix Pubisixg Co TB. P. aW? a J. W. Sccocnf!, Editors. YIXITA, I. T.. JAN" J, ISSI think the amendment a mistake. Thp lair ought simply to have said that no brand was legal unless rcg ifctered. But the law as it stands must be considered as a kind of ' compromise as tlie best that could We publish this week an unpre cedented list of disasters. Tnc Chikft-iix will hereafter be published on Thursday instead of Friday. Tf Council won't build bridgos, ire must find some other way. In one week of high water Vinita will lose enough -to build two bridges. Think ahout it that way, gcnlle-acn. Tnx list of primary schools and teachers, Vith aggregate and aver age attendance furnished us by Hr. Adair, member of the Board of Ed ucation, is witliheld this week for want-of room. Sold them out is what the au tjtoritics of ihe Greek Nation, did last week with the hoasdsr and im provements of Cherokee and some other unauthorized peisons who -ttid...

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 January 1884

Local Heirs. Sfectiags ererT-Eifrbt t' Tcet. 3fad J Xad ! Unprecedented mad! W.E. Hotel! went rett on Sunday Kigkt. TMXrty-nine nw subscribers in the Jut six jars ! Thejatest suicide : A mule blew out fci kBS here tot week. John "L. Eodgers ol VTacooIa has le turacd Ig "Worcester Academy. Hhy is a loaf of bread like the-sun ? Because it is light when it rises. AlbertSTorris came to town-Tuesday, -t adleft Wednesday forFi. Smith, Ark. TSThy is Give it p. Engisad like an old hen? Because her son never sets. Mrs.lL Cox is attendingto the busi- ut C C Ironsides' daring his ab- TTe give on our nret page a oettcr of all the news of the world thaa any paper in the Territory. Asc. of Rev. Charles Bluejacket is" very sick with pneumonia- Dr. Davis i called, SosOay, going on the train. Greea famishes tho skates, and Pat-ton-iCo. the arnica liniment for the katfs at the rink in Baymond's hall. Doctors say it's healthier to lie on the .light side Ke know better. Lawyers jut; as healtliv as anyb...

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 January 1884

J& IMIIN CHIifiFTAlS. VJ(XA. EtWiX TEniUTOBY. 2iraww WILL OttP SmY I Will SOC St9S9fBw8a lfaT Mf-M iuw. km I tma!)t1- A4WMM (WfVNMS M I woitriaf iiiiiiii njiMinro 1 wnaslac waaOeaaa wsH. aayl IV4wlltTmXteio MMMkatkHattrfraditaKl W Ik carved the otd Sib? to the dark! !WMWrvniMrrrU4oK, saw mhH la tae ureal iiyt lsesaae.1 tat I -with 1 were taWOBxTb. ttl IvariecukK Mas win sayl sy We'. yea ax: sp a letter asac 1 trees ToteMKjiwf kiii mild he better; Asm, wrtl ret en mr knees' Xa; taeniae as bow eat or faaeioa lawf t Vt a eesrel or Btay An, lore Is a Freteaa aa:on! I roa4jr wkat 3be wU! say ! Waafct ye wire fcer a par or m -tony. A psetare ar only a tseofc: A aorel -say BuUer'a -SaaoDi." Oe a iob "Lactic." LaUa Hoakhr -Boo bo as fna Matttajd'a. or a necklace Of pearls, er a Bsaamotai bouquet? MrJwrct.iaaiinteHf reesacaa XI will sayl et the palace at Coroo Whk mmni lw heart of Pauline? ITSan's a twill in of Claude In achromo: wwM job bwr Jt aa practice the scene? Batao: lla Ba iteota...

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 January 1884

ll m.M INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. te Berated te the lRtcrets ef the Oicrekcc, Choctawx, Chickasaw. Seminole, Creeks, and all Other Indian of the Indian Tcrrltery. OHiWFTAIW PUBLISHING CO, YINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1881. VOL. II. NO. 20. GTOUUDTT COIOEEXT. BK WaaaVHsj, -(Mass.) watch -fsx-tcryreaaatiy wife aaether redntloa of wages, creating great dtssrisfacgoa ( WHptOyBS Ir is rr run foil th ",,; tho nast r8y s ,,srUad Chinamen hare ' IW'HUM tli-U.t.n PnlnmWn intn IfceUlJtertJtot,. i.-!L"W'l"U iii""" f fa reported as TeeeaUy .aid that he would "BO'jfers3 to Mm Penitentiary than to Quuun YkteosHA. is said to be in good liPuWu-niUi the xxccptioa that she is washls ta saad upon ber fed longer thaa a few saknte.t a ttes. Sbkatob. Allison aa recently re afacted by the JsepslatH-re of Iowa, rc caiTtag; tfce, Bsaaiaoas vote of the 31 a u skit ef both branches of the Lat-iisktape. ir was reported that a massacre of I UhKntMBB hd ocenrredat Khartoum. . , . ,TT -- t . , It WTW ai...

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 January 1884

THE CHIEFTAIN J"blkhd Every Thursday by the Ixbiax Chieftaet Pobushisg Co "W.T. Ke axd J. W.Sceocgk, Editora. Y1XITA, L T JAX. 31, ISSt. " Tkk Indian Journal charges us ttub jcajousv on account 01 its pros- perity No such groveling scnii uet has ever entered into oar ei wie&ee. If it sees the green-eyed otwter, it is simply the reflection af Itself -from the new, bright, pol kbed surface of the Indian Chief-rxis. saw. Compare it with the Chief taix ! or with the Adcocuie. But what better could be expected of a paper which is only here to gobble up what money it can. and then get out ? Of men who virtually stul tify themselves every year in order to stay in the Indian country ! Of course they will try to reply to this, but we hope, for the sake of the reputation of journalism in the In dian Territory.they will either give -somebody $50 to write it for theni, or hire a. schoolboy to do their, spelling. It mb been so long since the In iUm Journal has had an editorial, that people d...

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