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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 16 February 1888

( liWW7H- 4 v4-mm8iiwe- K-XrG . U S b I 'JjC?HE-r nSMMrMnamvMwti Indian Chieftain. VinitA, Im. Tr.n., Fed. 10, 1888. .local Railroad Tiuo Tablet, sussotrnt lucivi'o ii.mi.wat. 001X11 aoUTIt. So. ROT, M.K. AT.r.v.rc KoSOI.IIaiib'ISt I. AT.r.x AnnivK 7 !). m . m 7it0i.m. 408a.m. MOIXU SOUTH. Iakmivb. Ho. anlr.8t.T,.Alll'li ex Mis-p m yo.ftort.Tsit. Ka,A Mo en 1 lOiMa.m phi-art. I0!S7 . m lO:Sde. m AT. J.OUIS A SAX rTtANClSCO IIAH.WAY. ClOlVoi WMT. AnniVK. I lirrAKT, 11.40pm. li-.ttpm. Ilttoam Kx. from St. L. to Tulsa, Accommodation noma xiiT. IAIMITH I HaTAIIT. -l 4:oopm. Silop.m. I :30pm. Through coach from St. Imle to Tulsa. ip.m. It to 1 XTlOFEaaiOlT-flX. CAXID3. SB C J. THOMPSON, DENTIST, Vinita, - - - Ind.Tcr. TORTNEU & 1IAG1SY, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, VINITA, C. N. . Offlco In Raymond building, room 10, second floor. A Vi. FOREMAN, PHYSICIAN fc SUROEON. 2r Office ill front, rnom of Skinnnr. I Katclifl &. Co's building, upstairs. W VINITA, IND. TEK. T 1 IILEUSOE, ATTOR...

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 February 1888

MI , ggjga i ii in yyinrTWMg,l'llMl'fl iii'WPIillillPliili IH'I'lill"1! illiiill'll"!1!' ' 1 bwwM Jas.iswwwafJBWa HpP l M -' LwBT 1 V" I ..,.. , . ..,. .,.. ,, i.-L-.... -m.L.. Kipr-i i hit-tit ti Tr " -- -- aa n i - an. m " K ' Jfr . -y --wmmmmmmm'aMMmmmmmKmmmiiMiiiimtmmmm iiinmin aajMaaaaaajaBaaaaaa- isMtrnfeSfelfcAU II r .. I A, . TtoEptost OHP3PTAIN". MHN L. ABAia. Editor. Manager. m. a. milford; .' VlNITA, -' INDIAN TEKUITORY. ILDI3H ASPIRATIONS. I . tr It Ml rear ago 6a a sutamrir Anr. Throo children sat tir tho bnuk m tdt Hj tbo brook whoro tho 6ras grow Ull and rank, , And the) willow swayed on tho qnlot bank, Whcr the 6ak trcot wared their branches crecn. And tho sunbeams folt llko gems between I While tho birds that sang In tho greenwood tree Had no lighter hearts than tho children' throd. All tho day long tholr feet hnX strayed In tho lonfy paths In thd beceh-troo's sbado) .nil tired ntlast, anil with, beat o.ipressod, Thoy tnhk ort n thoss grown mound to rest, And thcro ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 23 February 1888

W5t;J3 - ii.tfi ,m INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. fj"i es JDfl PoretctI te tho iHtoroiti of tho Cherokee, Chectnwi, sihlckasHU s.SctHlnoIcs, Crocks, HHd nil Other Ih!Ihh of the IhiIIrr Terrlterr. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VIN1TA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1888, VOL. VI. NO. 24. o ' ; T it ,. OURHBNT COMMENT. A ci.eiiotman hat boon caught mak ing clippings frum books nt tho llrlllsh Museum. m 9 Nihil William, ot "Holland, linn lind n violent nltnck of nctiralfrjn. His con illtlon, however, caused no nlnrm. Caitaim Gr.onor. W. HuonAitD ha been appointed chlof of l'ollco In Chi cago, vico Frederick Ebcrsold, resigned. A miKAT drought prevails In tho north of Chlnn, which Is having tho good effect of facilitating tho repairs of tho destruction caused by tho Yellow river Inundation. A nr.riciEJ(cr of t-CO.OOO has nrlson In tho Judiciary Department of tho Gov crnmcnt,owlngto tho passagoof tho bill forbidding tho employment of United States prisoners on contracts. TiiKRopubllcan members o...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 23 February 1888

U,i .JT. wfebw nmrnm i ii wiim t r. ; 1 f fc- If. w ift n i-r , to , $r w t Indian Chieftain. PUCO fr Tom In Advaaoo. I'llUllsticI Thundnye hy TltKltnlAV ClUCHMX IVIIUMIIKOCOMI-ANT ceraiS'-- -r- r - JOHXI,. .Ul.Ult, - IUllor. M. I!. MII.FOUI), Mnnagcr. Vimta, Jno. Tbii.TFrb. 23,T83& Wk cfbkiltt name two- cilizciiB of this nation who already have their eyes set upon that delegate's Bent in thottlst congress. In xnn house of representatives, on Tuesday, a bill passed, provid ing for n biiIo of the Black Dob rcs orvnljoh in Kansas, nt$G per acre. It is rcpnrtod that a deputation of the cowmen from the Btilp called upon Cliiof Mayes nt liia homo last Friday nnd urgod him to call an cxlra session of council almost at once They desiro to have tho lcaso. tuattor settled, that thoy may know how to shopo their af fairs. Pnfii.'s bill for tho election of a delegate to tho 51st congress pro vides that tho dolognto shall bo elected by the volos of tho pcoplo of tho territory, thomalo meinbo...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 23 February 1888

f--&&jss&r -" 2 4 .Am ; I M ll ,ir i a ft idian Chieftain. Inita, Ind. T r.u., Fun. 23, 1888. Loeal Hoilroaa Timo Tablet. Mrtsounr PAciriGitAiMr&Y. CIOIXII SOUTH. . 1 AlMIIVIt , WT7, M.IC, AT.nxtiret 7:l0p,m .MI,lnb'l8.I,.a.T.Ex 4 ;'. rrt lixrMKT. Jtwp.m. 4:ueit.m. noisn koiitii. VaiitvB. -yil Ni at f fill. ... 1 )?. . nr.i'AKi. lom . m 10;la. m I JMO.Tc, Ka.A Mo ex 1 10-iWa.m I figr. i.ou a sax rnAKCHco railSvay. noiNci wen. innivit. I rrAiiT. ll.iopm lliillpm, IliJiism itx. from fit. I, to Tulsa, Accommodation if noKi) jessr. I I jtnniric I bKi'Atrr, iAoeommodatlon I I lioopm. lt.t.Toulatprpa I H:10n m. I Sisopm. (m. uirouKii coach rram St. i.oiiis to miss. -r t 2?IlOFX:33IOXTAX CO.HES. J. TilOMP&OX dentist! inita, Ind. Tcr. rpOIlTKEIt & UAUUT. physicians jk s una EONS, VIN1TA, 0. N. flf fitn In 1itmnnil litst I Itn mai 1A flBdeond floor. A "10UEMAJ' PHYSICIANS S UltQ EON. HSr Offico In front mom of Skinnor. ;J Uatclifl & Go's building, upstairs. k VINI...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 23 February 1888

"k ' e'a!mmWVBi9MWMmm!? 'MMKZ rl M K i . rfi J i , i p. V, n ; l ik j " -------- W , - ... " .'in "MM Mil Mil , 1, .,... ,.....,1 , .,,-.. ... r3 IKDIAW OmEPTAIN". om t. AAI, Editor. Monogon VINITA, INDIAN TERIUTOUY. THE TOPMOST DOUQH. ,M I want tho fruit of the topmost bough. Who cares for tho prlia that costs no tmln? Whit boot Iho bay ou tho light-pressed ii brow? .slhclroncromiMofCharlcmngno; TIs tho fmlacelrt with tho lion guards! The Eden teyond tho stormy seat Lot thoo Rlro way whom iho toll rctttrda, Hut tho strife and tho bt at and tho dust (or j mot "Thorn la Alexander1 bitter tear O'er tho lack of world for tho victor' qurat; ' Thoro U Cromwell stretched tm hit gorgeous lnor, Taking tils Onit Mid bis only restl Thcro Ij Mlitoit, blind to tho suns nf time, Btar-ovod, In Jasper courts at last; Uko tho bird that steers through the cutura dlmo , To tho cyrlo with hard-won ropMl. I want Uio fruit of tho topmost bough) Let Mm who trembles doscrltho frayi I thlnlt of Uio crown o...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 1 March 1888

lCWlSimMiPlmi nt"! -. a- jj w INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. Devoted to tlio Interest of tho ChoroUcoi, Choctaw, ChlckaiRWt,ScmlHoIcf , Crock, BHd 'I Other IntHiino i IhiUhh Territory. in m m CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1888. VOL. VI. NO. 25. l 9 u liV CURRENT COMMENT. Rev. Hit. Tai.maob 1ms bconsworn In na chaplain of tho Tlilitccntli regi ment of tho National gunnl In Urook lyn. This Is tho snmo rcgltuont which Henry Ward llccchor served In tho saino capacity so long. A iiivai. to Dakota for tho chant ploiuhlp In low temperatnra Is Wcrclio jansk in Siberia, 'llio mean tempera tnro In 1885 was thirty degrees bolow zoro. I'or January and December It was slxty-thrco degrees bolow. W. P. Wood, of Clayton. Ga., has patented nn clovntcd railroad Inven tion, by means of Which it Is claimed that ono man can propel 1,000 pounds sixteen miles per hour wDh perfect case. Wood, who Is n poor man, has been offered 120,000 for his Invention. It is stated In San Franc...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 1 March 1888

... ,,,w.e.WWW ttt wrtn sin)Wi,iiiii.ln ii 'mun'WiiiiiH wwjpi rw-'w - uS? " H i 1"i frWifiiWTHHaidai iihii i lumMiuii ,tMiitntm.nvt1iBt91ifUnn Ipip'Tti iimiurniirninBninTiiiiiiriiii rw rnn wimni i n 1 1 1 m i m i' s.iiMMirirrTs,ni r i -Tirrrrrf -r-imr-i nmi i fii-rrrnirm-iTTtrrrniri mrr ntwim i iniiiim'ii f i Tift" wirmrnTiin-- itwcw1 fit liuiuin & Mr y ,i- $ fh" u... l t ci tnw as j t i i bieftain. 0?LS5O JPr "STaar Xn A4-vwnco l'nullsned Tbnuiltx oy Tltnltnuv Cniprrox lVnr.HTUMi CompJkv JOIIM AiUIlt, IMItor. M. K. .im.roUl), Slnnasor. VijfiTA, Inu. Tku., Mcii. 1, 18S8. Tiir Fait Smith Journal nomU , nates Judge Parker for vloo presi dent. ""t ' i Tub sonato bill to extend thu fiouthorn and western boundaries of KansaBso as t inoludo what la known as tho public land strip within tho limits of tho stato, has boon roportoil favorably. Thk Western Catawba Indian association,, with hcadquarlors at Fort Smith, proposes to petition congress to Eot aside for tho use of nil persons 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. — 1 March 1888

LiO fe t t i 'ndian Chieftain. - .. . R Vikita, In. Tei., Men. 1, 1888. !., ., I j j , Looal Railroad Time Tables, itissouiti PACirio iiailway . noma sonn. A mi iv it 7:'Mp.m 4:08 m Vo. f, U.K. AT.Hxpreit Ita.WI.IIonU'lSt L T Kx tUtlWIIT. 7-Snp.m. 4'OBn.m. (lOIXtl MORTIf. . . . I Amv. No. mir.st.i. Ani'ii ox lor-n.in W.SW.Tgic, Hi, A Mo e 1 10 Wit tn 10:37 y. m IftiOTn, m ST. LOUISA SAN FIIANG1SCO RAILWAY. aolNd Mil. AHMVK 11.40pm lliZftam impjiiiT. Mit&lim. Kx. from St. 7.. to Talis, Awoinuiodatlon .. . nnma kait. DEPART. Accommodation :0"im. BiSnpm. 8 t.LoaU express SilOn in. Through coach from St. J.onlt to Tulsa. 3iorx:aaioiTAX. oAnua. Q J. THOMPSON, DENTIST, Vinitn, - - Ind. Tor. poinTtiii: iuuiiy, I physio i a ns&s una EONS, i VIN1TA, 0. N. Office In ltayraond building, room 10, bocouu floor. " A W. l'OltKMAN, PHYSICIAN A SUHOUON. CSyOffico in front room of Skinner. Ratcliff & Go's building, upstairs. VJWiTA, INU. TJSK. T 1 DLEDSOK, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Special attenti...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 1 March 1888

sfsobW " " 4 HVTTr . . MikaMk'iutfHl&kM '"l - . -j.a '.., H; - - - - JU-- - , V ,1,. , , n . .. - '. JMZ.. - ..'"J.!"," ii'"' m'.. , r l! t ! i I ; ' i 4 I l& U A, INDIAN OHIEFTAIN. tMN L. A8AIR, . E. MILFORD, Editor. Monngor. VINITA, INDIAN TKMUTORY. DETTER OO IT SLOW. t planted trees st twenty, And gate them llmo to grow J And noir cood fruit la plenty I tAtitlc From every row. itaough for you, boyi, Knounh for mo, boyi, There'll always be, boys, f If wo let It bare time to Brow. There's neighbor Hale, the rich man's son, Ho could not wnlt till fulls Ho ato hit applet green, poor chap, And dow hat none at nil. Ha, ha, my boya, ho, hoi . I tell yon what t know; 'Tit fortnne'a waito when foolt mako baits I You'd batter go It tloir. X got my wealth by ialnEt I alwayt worked fc,y wy And I never ejed a abating ror'lofV lntrado or play. &.r drank, boyi, for llrcd too high, boyt, And thafa Jnst why, boys, . Vm a hoarty old man to-day. There's Kapld Ned, who sowed wild oats (A...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 8 March 1888

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. Derated te the Interests ef the Chcrekcci, Ckectaws, CkIckasHT9,ScnlBecs, Crcpki, Hd all Other ndjap flf the ladlaa Terrlierr. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO, VTNITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, iggg. VOL, VI. NO. 2G. CUSSKT nnwrrrp, Babox Mabociieth. tho new Ital .'B&MbassaJbrtSussia.isa. bob of irctrtptor of that name Two officers-shave been arrested in -Bulgaria for liig treason. It was bc lieved Uiat Prince "fcrdinand would bo compelled to sanctivVi their execntion. Wiixiax Haskttt, Jk., one of the sews editors of (he Boston Herald, died recently after a long illness from consumption. Ho was forty-four years old. HEWS OP THE -WEEK Gleased by Tologrt-p-- and Malt iT'h&s been ascertained through re Iorts from the various county superin tendents that the number of persons frozen to death in. Dakota in the Janu ary Uiczard was one hundred and nine Judge Fjlttebsok; of New York, has granted Ber. Dr. McGlynn a perma nent injunction restraining Henry Goorps ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 8 March 1888

fsSin. iO 3?e3r "SToar la. .sievc-asso- rabtiabed Tburadaya uy tax Itoias CrUKTrt rcnuiitxo ConrAXr JOOL-ABAIR, - - Eallor. JL E. XILFORO, Manager. Visita, Isn. Teb., Men. 8, 1SSS. JtTOGB PARKER ON EMINSNT DOMAIN. Tho recent decision of Judge Parker in the case of the Chero kee nation against the Southern Kansas Railroad company, for what may be called trespass, goes further in fixing tho political "Status of the Indian governments. if affirmed by the supreme court of the United Stales to which it will be appealed, than any other that has heretofore taken place. TJia ilonrpe of that conrt in the case of the North Carolina Chero Jcees azainstthe Cherokee nation reaffirmed the tide of Cherokee land?, and conceded to the Chero kee nation the right to question claims to citizenship without let or hinderance, which right rests in the title, hut determined nothing as to sovereignty. To have with held this right would have been an interference with a title acknowl edged to be perfect, beca...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 8 March 1888

a -! w . I h. v; f- , Indian Chieftain. Vi.nita, Isd. Teh., Men. 8, 1SS8. Laeal iailrsd Tiae Tables. Missouri rAOinc uailwat. count went. Aiutirx TiiOp.m trONi.m uxrxcT TiSPp.ni. :ftta.jn. To. !m. X.K. AT-ExpTeee Xj-l.Hnb'lStJ-AT Ex cocra xobth. ASUTX. lOiSTp.m DCrxKT. 10:17 p. m 10:3s a m No. SM.T ."t.TAHl'b ex y.am,T K.Mo e ST. LOCK . SAX FRANCISCO KAILWAT. XKK1TE. ll.tcpm. ll:um. hetact li:Sptn- Cr. Crn St. L. to Tulsa, AeeMWB!tfoa .... - cotxa astr. CSTJUTT. :onp2i. JL,cllBWHtoB .Lewis express s-.ipo.m. I nsopra. Itamt eearh from St. I-oul 1 itoTnls. :OXXXi C1SD3- O J.THeXFA. DENTIST, Vinita. - Ind. Ter. PHYSICIANS SURGEONS, VINITA, C. N. Office in KavxioBd building, room 10, A W.FKEXaS, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. J9Ofice la frontmom of Skinner, JUtcliff fc Go's building, upstairs. YTXTTA, IND. TER. T P.BLE5E, ATTORNEYA T-LA IF, Sped! attecUoa circa to looting andcollect- UCCIKMM. BT pCZVCTTZCCVa BBByi WM IntecritT io; bone to molt oaironare. CJwtea, jjhlxcx. J K.JLKIS, Vinita, In...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 8 March 1888

lNiiA2r Chieftain. JOHH L. ABAtV?, M. E. MLFMB. rwite VETIXA. - E&2J rERRTTORr. THE RIVER OF DREAMS. There's a rirer tint Sows to a Inttaby soaft That never was set to an earthly tune; There the days are brtxat, as4 tie Tcarsara lotas, Fes-evcr soramer, cad always Jane: Aad the LUat of the tsamins athwart It. streaBV Aad we caU tt the beautiful RiTcrot Dreata Ahl never a mortal foot hath pcsl Its shining borders, to green sd low; 3nt over Its deep, antrpubl&d breast The fair lost eerie tit the long ago Youth' s arcK3, br tho sweet winds blown Sal sotltroTl to tho port Unknown. Fr Hits vanished toys r our live ere there Tbc glad bright things that were ours ot old, Ere the Might of Borrow, the canter care. Had dulled aad tarsished then-virgin gold Had burned to attes the bone and trnst (tae tore and faiths that are dead end datl. Is aes aad shadow U ldddca are The path that lead to tberrvcr idc; " And only in rUSoav aad tar away. We see 1U taystical voters glide; Rot florins,...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 15 March 1888

. jwiad 'Ji;. i WMIMBlWIIM,-WWMCwayt. -Mt'jw,'!' "" ( I'lT INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. I o ,(. l. Devoted to tlio Interest of tho Cherokee, Clioctuwi, ChlckHtn'ivg.flcmlHoIci, Crocks, anil nil Other Incllaiin of the Indian Territory. , 4 -'--" "a- Vf R il I v. (' Ata K ' SV ' Kb n CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING OUIUWiNT COMMENT. P. Marton CiiAwrout), tho novelist, U over alx fcot in holglit. The donth of Mrs. 1'roclor, wlfo ot Tlnn-v Cornwnll, tho noted English nu thor, is announced. 1'atheuFisciif.h, who was thoconfes ior of tho tinfortunnto Knipcror Maxi milian, tiled recently. An undcrKTounil lako lins been dts covered nt Ulehmoiul, Inil., which con tains vnrlotis living curiosities. Uviion W. CiiKEVKit, professor of mclnllin-Ry in tho University of Michi gan, tiled recently in Ann Arbor. GnonaK Augustus Sai.a, tho English nowspnper correspondent, has becomo tho president of a photographic com p.iiiy in London. A San Hemo dispatch says that Trof. Wnlilinoycr found no proof of enncer In tho matter co...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 15 March 1888

I"" 'S! I ."J w-3 ",1 .' 'r i ir r Indian Chieftain. LCD IPov Ytar In Advaaoo. rnliiuhpil Tlmrsilajr 1y Tu Itouv Viurrt Mt rcnuili"iii Commit JOIINI.. ADAUt, Keillor. M. 1- MILFOItH, Xnnagor. Vinita, Ini). Tkii , Mat. 15, 1888. Tub (lologalo fiom "No Mali's Land" urges that Hint couiilry bo attached to "Mnlno, Mississippi, or nnv Blato in thq union ratlicr thnn Kansas." Tub prospects for Oklahoma leg islation during tho present ses nlon of congress liavo grown very dim and Iho boomers is in agony. Tho tariff and revenue measures will occupy about all of tho bal nnco of this session. UrcnnDi.Nu Coinmissionor At kins' recent communication on citizenship cases, Agent Owen states that it has rcforenco only to claims filed sinro tho North Caro lina caso was decided by tho Unit ed States supremo court. Tlio dalo, wo believe, was August 5th, 1880. . Fnon Washington comes tho in formation that a United States court is likely to bo established in this territory, with sessions at Atoka, Musko...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 15 March 1888

?-,rr'-'l!'". tlj !"lii.. l '! " ' '.... ' .1 ii jin jiiiu.. i jm mi in . mil 11 iii m. ..' JJ-JLL.'-L-'LI L jjj.eitsme.it s...iniii . i mi m i-wm mimh mmmmmm Indian Chieftain. Vinita, Ini. Ter., Men. 15, 1888. Local Railroad Time Tablet. MISSOURI PACIFIC HA1LWAY . uoi.io south- AIIKITK lijop.m 4:09 a. m DKrAltT. 7i20p.m. 4:e.m. No. M7, M.IC. AT.F.xnma Ko.MI.Hanb'ISt.L.&T.Ex UUIKQ KORTII. AIH1VE. 10:.V7p.m 10:fla m imi'AnT. 10:.17 p. m 10:Ma m No. ftnlT.8t.L AHl'b ex Ko,Nja,Tit Ke.ft lo ex f. LOI.I3 ft 8AK FRANCISCO RAILWAY. ooino wt, Ann va. I rmrAKT. II ,40pm. 13:Upm. 11:20am. I ... . Ex. from HI. I., to Tulsa, Aronmmtdatlon notivo BUT. I AMUT ITM I DMA11T, . ... I 4:onpm. i m. I UsTOpm, t to Tulsa. Aeeommodallon Sl.Lonltexprcia :10n Through coach from St. Louis pxiorEsaioiTjnx. oahds. O J. THOMSON, DENTIST, Vinita. . - - Ind. Ter. TpORTNEK A 1IAUUY, Pit YSICIA NS & S UROEONS, VINITA, C. N. Office In P.ayiuoud building, room 10, necond floor. A W. POHEMA.N, PHYSICIAN &...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 15 March 1888

t. 3 3. 3 '.'j '2 U-. v . VI M s M 11 ' iT '- ft m Ihdiajj Chieftain. tHN L. ABAIR. M. E. lyULFOWB, Editor. Manager. YlNITA. - 1KDIAN TEIUUTOnY. STAH OREAMS. The stars that deck lire midnight iky I call the flowers nf Oodl ., In heavenly flolde thick town the? lit At dallies en the tod. They garland every holy tlece. They crown tho pillar of Ills home, Ana twined In wreath and ehaplel, craca Hercna anecllo brows. I callt'jem, tjo, rny mlllc-whlto sheep, In airy patturet fod, Who wander o'er the hlllt of tlccp, 11 Night, tho thephcrd, led. They ranee tho happy meadowi vide, And bj tho ttrcamlctt btcitj At mum li drive them down the tlope, And fold them In tbo west. ' They are my thlpt, ray ttatcly ships, " That mil the tldelnst blue, Till westward blown, nt mora they crowd Tho Kate; of lunscl through. Nor ever anowy tall la furled Nor nnrhor can by tea or thorci From tunrlaa port to tuntet bay They anil forcTcrmoro. I call them, too, my brlcht-halred boys, An eager, Joyous throng, Wh...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 March 1888

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN DoTotoil to tho Intoroit of tlio Cherokee, C'lioctiiwn, Clilckiiiis.v,Scrnliiolcs, Crooki, mid nil Other IimIIiihs of the Indian Tcrrltorr. CHIEFTAIN PUDLISHINC CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1888. VOL. VI. NO. 28. OUKUHNT? COMMENT. ltisiior Bi'Ai.uiNO thinks tlint collba cy threatens this country moro thnii polygamy. SoMr. of tho women of Paris havo formed ti leagtio for tho siipprussslon of Impure1 literature- Ci.Nr.iiAi, 1'aroFr ami other Hulgft vinii oIIIcl'I'h Imro heen nrrcstcd, charged with defalcations. lloiiKUT lll-Acic, n brother of William Iltack tho novelist, Is said to havo mar ried n distinguished negro hello of rort-ati-1'rlnce, Haytl. NEWS OF THE WEEK. Qloanod by Tolocrcph Rnd. Mali A mud's neat recontly found near Bolciirc, Switzerland, was mado en tirely of tho Imperfect watch-springs thrown out from tho shops. Dit. SIackf.kzib hat received iiuiner tius thronlcnlttg letters in Iloill'i and Kinpcror Frederick hat otilcrod that spe...

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 March 1888

E j. la1 Salts' '' 1J1 3 M Y !, a V? K-.5 t s i ;-j k-J T 1 i J 4 M U 13 I 1 Indian Chieftain. 91.SO 3?or Yew In Advaxioo. 1'ublUlml Ihnradirjrs by Tn Itnux Liiivtuc l'ontiiriNO CmirAST JOHM.ADAllt, IMItor. M. 1 MILrOUl), Manager. Visit.v,' J.vi). TKu.'.'srciria', 1888. WANT TO KNOW WHEN COUN CIL WILIj CONVENE. Sinco tlio ndjourninont of the Into council, Chief Mnycs 1ms more than onco been importuned about a call session. The fniluro to re leaso tho strip- lands for grazing purposes !s tho causo of theso in quirios. They nro confined to tho old lessees, who seem anxious to I I know when the call will bo mado, but seemingly not wiso enough to know that no council will be con vened at nil, unless nn oflbr much In excess of $125,000 is mado by them or somo other company not only made but deemed secure, so thai thoro would bo perfect safo ty in convening tho council in spe cial session. Hy whnt manner of reasoning tho present lesscos can expect tho chief to convene the council to recon...

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