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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 March 1888

V',"SaaxHMHiJjllMH ' t Indian Chieftain. Vinita, Ind. T En., Mrii, 22, 1888. Local Railroad Timo Tables. Mtsaoimt pacific) iiailway. (toitn south. TAimivr TiWi.m ssosn.m IlKI'ART. Titoii.m. 4:08.m. Vo. ROT, M.K. T.KPtt Ko.MI,llanb'l3t.I..&T Kx noiin stonTit. 1AHH1VX. 10-I7p m , lt.:y..m niTAHT. 10.37 p. m in. .vi . m AT, 1.0UIS A BAN FnASCISCQ UAILWAT. nolo wiit. AnniTK. ll.lftpm. Iltxoam. UKI'AIIT. ll'Mpm. Ex. from St. I., to Tnlsa, Apeammo'latlnn ootai) KAST. IAIIHITK orrAHT. 3tJ0ii.ni. I ipm. Thrnugli eoac 1i from 8t. Louis to TnU, q J. TIIOXL'SOA, DENTIST, Vinita. - - - Ind. Tor. Tj-OItTNElt A HAUIIY, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, VIN1TA, 0. N. Offlco In Hftymond building, room 10, second lloor. ' A W. FOHEMAX, , PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. cSrOfficc In frontrnom of Skinner, Kntclifl & Co's building, upstairs. VIN1TA, IND. TER. r T. DAVIS, 'physician, surgeon fc OBSTETRICIAN. Residence on Military road near Sul pliur Springs. Calls attended to day or night. 71 T 1'. DLEUSOK, A...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 22 March 1888

;-"?( MB & M i R I y'T -. - -" ."-I- .. ILL!!!,!!.' LJL-l'Jll'.ILfi-lh-i.-J.'.lLll'S' "'"!" ' n ' " ' ' ' " . , , ' '"" ' ' '" ,l a INDIAN OHTEFTAIN, MM4NJ..AAIN. Editor. M. E. MILFORD, Mnnogor. TINaTA. - INDIAN TEIMITOUY. I llfs worth Urine! Bo tlia oneatlan ffoea Biunaina;aionffihawiaryagoal I.lto A hopelcaa tragedy of osr sod woe, 0( useless Ktoaj, nnondlng atrlfe t Ji Ufa worth llrlngf TI a lit, cheat, A farce, whoto tears and mirth allko aro feigned, A race-course, where the rate la to the licet. And bitterer than death the vlcf ry gained, la llfo worth living Empty, fordid, mean,' Thourfi we haro cleared all fallacies away, And faith, religion, virtue, 1.0 moro acrcen With painted Tall truth from tho light of day I I life worth Urlng! Lo, tho Tery nlr ta dark with tears, the ground beneath la fed With brother'a ble.A In hatred or despair, Dy hla own hand or by hla nolghbor'a ahed. Llfo li worth llrlnjl Far beyond the creed Of coward hearta who carp nt life, I kuow It la 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. — 29 March 1888

'W"1' "'.. rtmrnat INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. Dovotcil to tlio Interests of the Cliorokccs, Choctaws, ChlckaiHW,8omlnocs, Crcck, and all Other Indian of the Indian Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1888. VOL. VI. NO. 29. o CURRENT? COMMENT. Tun Sioux rcsorvnlions, onc-linlt of which it In proposed to upon up to roU tiers, contains nsnrc.i of 37,000 squaro tulles. A (meat mnny drawing rooms In Wnshlngton ixro now mora or less ndorncd with lnrgc-slzcl photographs of Joseph Cliaiiibcrlnln. Tin'. Into Josluh II. l'ltitnb, President of tho Cniimlinu Senate, wns for ninny yoiirs previous to 18G1, a resident of Albany. N. Y. Du. M.utv Wai.kkii lms hcen nt tempting to ohtnlit nn increnso of ponslon from Congress. Sho now draws 68.60 a mouth from tho Covet n ment. Senator IIawmsy was icccntly nc cuscd of owning it ten thoiisnnd dollar lolln. II wns explained that Hoynl I). Hnwloy, nml not Joseph It., wns tho guilty mnn. A new Husslnu law decrees tlint n...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 29 March 1888

t WtWVmirmft ;a,at1rt&LAi WiJF.fr. r0. j K. U . tt? f .1 if J 1 I 4 i3 i m J.1 ' j ! IH R MJMMMMMMMMMIBMI Indian Chieftain. tfSLSO 37oir Yaa Xn .A.dva.n.00. PuMlahiil Thnradaya l,y Tin Ikdux CiimrriH ruuiisntxiiCnurjlir JOHNL.ADAIIt, . . Editor. M.E.MH,t'0Ui,3f annsrcr. Vixita, Ijjd. Tf:n., Men. 20, 18S8. THE EXECUTIVE AND NOBTH CAROLINA OHEHOKEH3. Information having boon receiv ed from Iho delegation Hint n prop osition had been madoby tho com miseionor of Indian affair to pro vido tncniiB for tlio removal of tho North Carolina Chcrokees to this country, and that it would be advisable (or tho chief to pay it somo attention, tho executive' coun cil was called together in txecu tivc session last week. Chief Mayes submitted tho question to them for consideration and advico, there boing no law authorizing any legal action in tho matter. To promises and recommendations only tho chid and councilors could commit thomaelvcs. They pledged themselves only to that which might bo considere...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 29 March 1888

4rf Itidianhioftoin. Vikita, Ind. TEnTTMnt. 29, 1888. Local Railroad Time Tablet, MISSOURI PACIFIC UAILWAT. noma south. AlltllMC T'20i.m 4-OBn.m DErAirr. 7'SOp.m. 4:W m So. M7, M.K, AT Etprats NO oni.iiinn'iBt i til V.x noma xonrit. IIKIMRT. 10S7 p. m 10 son. m 10 Tlp.m IQ.Wa m 8T. LOOM ft 8AK FRAXC18CO RAILWAY. aoma n. Anni7. 11 0im. lltioam IIKPAUT. 11 Clpm Br, from St. I. to Tulst, Aa4ramodtlon . uonta KilT. IAHHITIC I Dtl'AnT, 4 '00)1111. .1.1011 m. I X mpm. Through coach from St. Louis to Titian. rnoFESszoxTJi.X! oaxuss. q J. TIIOMWOA. DENTIST, Vinlta. - Ind. Tor. -piorcrxEii A 11 AGIST, PII YSIOIA NS A S URQEONS, VINITA, U. IN. Office In Itnymond building, room 10, ecoml floor. A W. FOltKJlAjf, PHYSICIAN k SURGEON. cssr Office In front room of Skinner, Ratclifl & Co's buihlinpr, upstairs. VINITA, IND. TER. r t. iuyis, 'physician, surgeon & obstetrician. Residence on Military road near Sul phur Springs. Cnlls attended to day nrnltibt. 7 1 T 1. HLKUSOL', 'TTORNEY-AT.LAW,...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 29 March 1888

IFI ', ';!.. 9Kk aftjm ra;ia.isrtfc & -"v.. s. sssui & win inww'riM ''wwggwiwf iSfc. M i i ;1 j: i r I 9' I 1, :i i i, w Indian ObieftJjin. .MrHIl L. ABAIR. M. E. MILFORD, Editor. Mnnagor. YlNITA. - INDIAN TEIUUTORY. MY VISION. Up thro tht mists of childhood'! tender mem t orlcs Floats desr vision which I often sect Morn, noon nd night, with gentlo benediction, On sea or shore, It kindly visits (no. At morn, between the sleeping nnd the waking, It comet, and hallowa all the day for me. Arms me with high resolves, my strength re newing! Mr father'a face, then fondly do t see. At noon. In all hit rugged, manly vigor, Wearing the marks of anilous toll for me. Hearing the "heat and burden" cncoropl.'iinlnff, That lorlng face again I aeem to e t. And In the twilight, when the day U fading, The-chlldren'a hour thenbrlnga him sweetly near, Ai at our fireside, toll nnd caro forgotten, 1 aeem again tu hear hit wordi of cheer, Ills tender counsel, rise, nnd truo and lorlng, Ilia ',Ji ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 5 April 1888

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN Dovotcil to tlio Interest of tlio Uliorokoo. Olioctiitv, ClilcKiiiutt ,rjiniHolc, t,icelts, uiul all Other I ml Inn of the Indian Torrltory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL fi, 1888. VOL. VI. NO. 30. Jl CUXWlBWr COMMENT. Tiik Husslnn Government, on thond vice of tlio Uovoinor3 of Iiktitsk nnd Amur, proposes to send tlio nmjoilty of Husslitti convict, to prison instead of deporting tlipni to Slbctln. "Mits. Julia J). (I n an r, through hor nttorncys lias sen ud it general denial on Stnnloy, Clink & Smith, tlio attor neys for Genera) lladcmi, n hor answer in tlio lladcnti-Umnt case. Saw Kiiaui' becmno Sultan of Jfan ?lbar In placo of lliiifrnseh Hon Bald, deceased. 'Iho accession of tho now Sultan was ciieclod peacefully, tho jico do Approving. All tho forulgn Con suls olllulally visited tho now Sultan. The Northwestern Itailroaikr pub llshcs n summary of tlio en tiro cost of tlio Western rate war to tho railroad companies involv...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 5 April 1888

t B SUBMflfaT VSTs , "mn.KJtok i SMlt v. tHHtiIJKP1,!i o "fl 1, tl M -T1 n lY ( IS7 4 1 r I fe fJiMiiMWrwiwajii Indian Chieftain. HHJBO for Yoar Xrv Advkoo. rnhllthdl Thtirs.lars hj Tm Ixmak UniKrrjiix 1'uitLisniMi Coui-Arr JOHNL.ADAlIt, Editor. M. K. MILFOIll), Manapcr. ViwtTA, Ihd. Tun., A rim. 6, 18S8. such nro tho properly of tho Choro keo nation and should bo sold for tho bonofit of tho nation. EASTER. Prior tho council of Nico in tho year 325 tho early christians cole bratcd tho 14th dny of tho lunar month Hint fulls on or follows tho day of tho vernal equinox, or tho 21st of March, when tho sun cross es tho equator. But most of tho christian churches eolohrnted Easter on tho Sundav followlnu tho 14th day of tho month of March. Tho council of Nico ndoptcd for Kastor celebration tho first Sunday on or after tho first full moon following tlio 21t of March, when tho days and nights nro equal all over tho world. That day is nccopted by the christian church overywhtro ns tho proper...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 5 April 1888

fj r vh S3C5 Indian CMoftain. Vixita, 1st). Teh., April fi, 1888. Local Railroad Timo Tablet. Miasdunt t'Acirio i.aii.wat. ioin ioutii. AIIHIVK TsSOp.m 4:08a. m uirAitT. 7:rop.m. 4:oea.m. No. 07, M.K. AT.Kpre Ko Ml.Ueub'lSl.I. AT.Kx oolinKotiTii. AtlllT. 10'S7p.ir IO;.Vi.tr IIKCAHT. 10:117 p. m lo.Tflit, m Ne.Ml.T.Bt T..AIM'box Mo Mej.Tex K,& Ho ex ST, LOUIS SAN FRANCISCO RAILWAT. aoixa mil. AIUIIYK. 11. 10pm. llrrnam DKTAUT. 12:19pm. Ex. from Bt. L. to Tnlta, Aeeommodetlon OOlKIl E1T. JXI'AltT. Ateemmodatton I I 4:00pm. at, Louis express iloiim. I X:pm, Through coach from St. LonletoTnlsa. PHOPE33I01TLXi CASUD0. Q J. THOIirSOA. DENTIST, Vinita. - - Ind. Tor. TpOItTHKlt & llAUUF, PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS, VINITA, 0. N. Offlco In ltnymond building, room 10, econd lloor. A W. FOKLKAX, VIIYSICIAN& SURGEON. t5rOiT.co in front roo'm of Skinner, Ratclifl & Co's building, upstairs. VINITA, IND. TER. J T.DAVIS, 'PIIVSICIA N, S URO EON & OBSTETRWIAN. IlcBldunreou Military ro...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 5 April 1888

an y . rkz.ifwti'HW' ,WWW l jJ83.Wi-, i , c hi -I 5 1 a -t E I-. lv B IlTDIAir OHEEFTiilN". i 1 1 ii Mtmn l. abair. m. e. mil.forb, Editor. Managor, VlNlTA. - INDIAN TEIMITOUY. PAOV'S. AtaDj'a lips ara etisrins romplote, Like red rose-blooms tkrj brown beo stpst For low's beat kits what l more meet Than baby's llptf In streets past where the blue iky dips, Where Annols congregate nd greet, Doth noght these carthl? Joys ccllpiof Dow-Uden, toward the light and heal. No scented bloom Its raljz slips In nil the world could make more sweet A baby's lips. A baby's cheek where beauty blooms And bright smiles play at hide nnd icolt TIs Ilearenly splendor which Ulumos A baby's Vuwk. Its sweetness blesses still the meek, Its Innocence tho wicked dooms, Its mng'o makcth strong the wentt, Old hge, thai droops amongst the tombs, Orows young agala, however bleak. To kiss what Iloaron Itiolt jwrfuinct A baby's check. A baby's word, nliln to tears. Ho nowly coined, doth blessings gird Yct every hti...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 12 April 1888

VrH INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. Devoted to the Interest of the Cherokee, Cltoctuw, Clilcluuuw, Seminole, Crock, mill nil Other Intllitn of tho Indlnn Territory. CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. VINITA. INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1888. VOL. VI. NO. 3fc OUIUtBNT COMMENT. Ktoiiiks of rich gold tllncovoilc In Southern California, nro denied from San Francisco. . Tub l'rcsltlont 1ms signed tho lluf. fn1j lWofllco Hlto bill, nbout which Uiero lias bcon much comment. Tun ltopiibllcnns of Now Orlcnn rmlorscil tho city ticket nominated by Iho Young Men's- Democratic Assoclii liun. Sinck tho ronctlon of public opinion In hli fnvor nt lloilln, Dr. Mickonzlu, tho Kmpcroi'g physician, has bcon ilally Jloptlcit with limitations of 11 so clal'i'inttirc. Tub Spntilsh Minister of Flnanco has pieacnted llio 'budget or"l88U. Tho rovfinno' receipts aro .'stlmated at JC31,p90.0bOjinil tho total expenditure nt jE33,0G0,OOO. 1'lkvf.n lncmboru of tho French Itmllcnl Loft hnvo resigned, as a pro test against (ho n...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 12 April 1888

i".;' 1 UmSSSBi R 0 H 1 - . . , -.. t -.-.... . . . tW f - Indian Chieftain. fe Aaooiix'nr. $LCO 3?or Yom In Adtranoa. I'ltltlUliH Ttinra Ijr lijr Tim Ivnisi iKirirtm I't iliiiiv 1 ! JOHN I.. AIM! It, - Editor. JH. tMII,rOltl),Mnnftffr. "c-r a-aj1 rui , u sszr I.SITA, Ixi. Tkic, Armr. 12, 1888. mo nation lias odor- Now wr iln tin! wlah in ..ti.i.i Oil lit IM ftttll Ail Un l.tlk a aI.mhhm 111. I. II. . t . . . I .................... !.. ..,,u, .. w..i... , wh iiupKiKin. uecauso it l "so'. ...... .. rr .. in i.rvo their clniin. lncillien.j plain that wayfaring man.' ,3.!" snip iioiorenn impartial ami com- though a lool,inay not err therein." pclent court, but bo Absolutely Derides, wo have nrent confidonco THE PRESS MEETINO. Ifns it occurred to our brethren of the press Hint the date fixed for tho coming meeting oi the a.oein tiun, June 19th, is tho same ns tho Republican convention nl Chica go? It is more than probable, if wo aro to go upon nn excursion, that the railroads would bo m...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 12 April 1888

Indian Chieftain. Vikita, lND.Tcn.,Arutf,12, 1888. Local Railroad Time Tablet. isouni PAcmu railway. oolcn 101-tlt. So rf,t.K. AT, Ka Wl.llanb'ISt 1, ICtprevr AT r.x MHIlr. 7-tn.m s.in m MTAIIT. Tttop.tn. tiUHa.m. nolviiKurmi. IAKKITI W.Vp i":'a lirtMur. 10:17 1. m inuMn, in T. I.OU11 A SAN FRANCISCO RAILWAY. ooisn wast. Kx from It. I., to TnWt, Aeeotnmodatlon inniYK. I iirT. 11.40pm. lUiMpm. ll:am ooixo HIT. IAtlMTK I DXrATIT. i'Z!'"" SilOn m. I SilOpm. Through' coach from St. Louie to Tulia. rnorcssioiTJix. a3. s. VlnlU. J. THOMPSON DENTIST, Ind. Tor. TOBTHEH luaur, MYSIOIANS& SURGEONS, VINITA, C. N. Office in itaymond building, room 10, eeond floor. A W. rOIlEHAX, PHYSIOIANd- SURGEON. aJOfnco in front room of Skinner, IUtcIiil Co'b building, upstairs. VINITA, IND. TER. J T. 1UYIS, 'PHYSICIAN, SURGEON & OBSTETRICIAN . Ilcsldence on Military road near 8ul. phur Springs. Calls attended to day oriilKl't. 7 1 TOOATj NOTKH. tlio best shot in T l. BLEDSOE, ATTORNEY.AT-LAW, Ipeel...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 12 April 1888

. jjwwrf , fi MAtJaU.i'' -.'-' & .. y-f jai'fj "VUi .i. i i tf li if 'i ' i 3 i v ItP.&If OHJEPTitlN. OMN L. ABAIrV, M. C rWJLFSRB, Editor. Managor. VlNITA. . INDIAN TETJinonr. j AN OLD-TIME PEnAGOQUE. 'Wowly, artown the Tillage street. With grorlnir cane unit faltering feet, Ho Kocs.cocli day, through fold or beat-;', rtA 11af411lAla Thejulrlitcsnthporihla heailf JIM erct are dim, bit noto Is red. And fct his mien It Horn and dread, Old Daddy Hicks. Tho village tadt hit form descry While yet afar, and boMly cry, (for bean are carer, and rods are high): "Old Daddy Hicks." Hut when their fathers meat bis glance. They nod and smile, and look askance; He taught thenr once' the 'Modoe'danco , Old Dado's Hicks. How long we cling to servitude! How lonff wn keep the school-bar's mood) Dtlll seams with awful pottor endued Old Doddr Hicks. Ther feci a cringing of the knee, Thoso fathers ret, whene'er ther sco Adown the walk paco solemn! Old Daddr Uicks. Wide It his fame, of tow he ta...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 19 April 1888

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. ( r-tkiTr -qt.Qlt xausX -:-i if , nj jt rft .4&zfT5Z DortJtct! to the Interests of tlio Cliortiiccc, C'lioctiuv, ClilcIUUiuvs.SoinliioIcs, Crock, nml nil Other Iii'JIiinvof tlio Indian Territory. Tn''iTT , v 1 1T"" as.,.. .,. i., - - - . ns ,. .i, in1 ,w ,s CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. '" VINITA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1888. .. VOL. YX. NO. 32. j 1 OURUENT COMMENT. John h. Looan, of Now York, lias licon conflrmcil Assoclnto Justice of tho Supremo Court u( Idaho! J O f It Is rcpoitcd tlint tlio Into Kmporor of Germany left Jlui sum of thirty walks tokqqry infatitl soldier of tlio TMirlof 1876. ' r X The Eleventh District. Ohio, Ro Itulllcnn comontlon, on tlio 870lh bal lot, renominated Thompson, tlio pros cent Incumbent, for Congress. In the Ilililsh Hotiso the 13th Mr. Gosehon 'nnnonnoxninlmtf tlio total amount of consols converted was iJ73,0pa0O0. leaving 85,000,000, rnost .of hn-h -jvns iujtlto Jgttjds of trustees. Tbero was still tlmo to apply for...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 19 April 1888

xjffl'jjjummwHx- l u K & s MIMIIIIi H l" tt at JWWIWMI1 tfWWOto Imdiaii Chieftain. '(JILCO Zr "Zoo. In. Advance t'nlillstinl Tbtirtilnr t Tuk ltnisx (imrrTAK I'itiunitCoti,T J0H.iT7I)AIIt, "T I Editor. X. E. XILFOKI), Mnnntrcr. Vwiw, Ikii.Tku., Amir. 19, 1883. CONKUNO DEAD. Ex-Scirator Roscoo ' nkling died at 1:50 o'clock Wednesday inoriiinp, Uio 18th. raas Dos't forget that tho corner stono of tho now female seminary "will bolaid.at Tnhlcquah on tho 25th of this month, but como your nnd your neighbors' "uncles, cous in nnd aunts." TiiBlasTinsTnllTncnt o 850,000, on tFio fivo years lease of the strip lands, was paid into tho treasury of tho Chcrokeo nation '.last Satur day. Until October next tho lcaso continues, when a new lcaso must bo effected, if nt all, upon an ofler considered by tho chief to bo of sufficient inducement to convene tho council in special session. To reconsider tho 3125,000 oflor no . council will' bo convened, but a greater ono which has been olTercd. Tjib ...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 19 April 1888

WWWUMWIH (idiau Ghioftain. iuta, Ind. Tlh., Aritii.19, 18S8. Local Railroad Tlmo Tablet. MISHOUM PACIrlO UAILWAY . UHIXI! Solvit. AlrMIVK I nn.m IIKIMIIT. 7.np in t.Wn.ni. ..ft. f tf fcT Vt.... MI,lianb'l8t.i..&t.Hx (lOiNirnuntit. SIMTK Wl.T flt.I..A1IIMjoJ 11:1711. m SOS.Tax Ke,A Mo ex III Kir.it. ni IO:Bi) . LOUI8 Jt HAN FtlANCIACO UA1LWAY.- nniKO writ. I AlimVK. I IIKPttlT. from lit. I,, to TnUa. Il.4im. ll.ni'in. ommo'lttlon lltam I OOlHd KST. I AnniTx I uri'AiiT. hmmoiUtlo-.) I . . . I 4:noinn. mil aittis InilOitm.l .l!ini)m. Through coach from St. LoultliiTnlta. hn morx3sio2T.a.Xe gaxvdb. J. THOMPSON. DENTIST, lilt, ... Ind. Ter. tottTHEIt & It.vailT, ui ysioia ns & s una EONS, VINITA. U. N. flco In Kayinond building, room 10, onu uoor. W. FOK EM AX, PHYSICIAN .f- SURGEON. frOfRco In front room of Skinner, ktclifl & Co'b building, upstairs. VINITA, IN LI. TKIl. T. DAVIS, physician, sunn eon it- ORSTETRIOIAN. sldence on Military road near Bui- ur springs, unus a...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 19 April 1888

w !! - t UfDlAK OHTEFTAIN. JOHN L. ABAIR, M. E. MILFORB, Editor. Manager. tlNITA. - JNDIAN TEIUUTORT. GRANDPA AND DABY. Ontoa tbs lawn, ons summer's dsy, i i'ft mr tutr tor at pir. And smiled to hear Ills slceful shout And happy nto ring In and out Among tht tribes of the trees, Then dit swat upon the. breetei Vfhlls all tbo playful reboot stirred To ratrrj laugh and lisping word. lint when I mined the cheerful noise. Nor hrd the aoand of prattling roles, I rose, and to the window" hied. And, looking thence, thlt vision spied O Memoir, though, tby name be pain, faint, paint that picture o'er sgalnl i The weaterlne inn h! glory threw Alang tho award ot emerald hue; Rare where, perchance. In plsyfol frown. Boras cool, grsen shadows nestled dono, And Idly ablltlng with the sun Crept slowly eastward, one by one. Ilenealh the elm tree'a waring crest. Where blrdllngt tossed In downy nest, And where olternato lun and shade, lVlta changing fancies, aXIppcd and played, The old rnn-ehalr, sec...

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 26 April 1888

INDIAN CHIEFTAIN. Devoted o tho Interests of the OhoreHcci, Chectaw, ChtekHtnwi ,Boh)IhoIci, CrccHs, HHtf all Other Indian of the Indian. Terrlterr. srjpU'JUHH, l- Jii 'MJitwwmmwv CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CURRENT COMMENT. Jf. I'oLiKOrr, tlio Russian rntlwny lltiR, Is tloatl. Ills forluno is estimated nt '0,000,000. A youno man of Indiana litis Invent ed ft maciiliio to meaMiro wheat by weight as it runs from- tho olovntor. Tun sugar crop of Honolulu Is bolng liftXfcslod rapidly and will equal that of last year onn hundred thousand tous. Formr thousand foroien Jews resid ing In tho province of Kherson, litis da, havo been ordered to cross tho frontier. Tub Department of Education In Vicuna lias prohibited tho tiso In echools of books printed In small typo as destructlro to tho eyesight. Customs Inspectou Homnsok, of 2fow York, has boon suspended for bomg bribed by W. K. Vmidcrbllfs elstcr-ln-law. Mrao. Gaston do Fontc iiallot. The greatest dnm In tho UitlUstl States, near San Diego, Cal....

Publication Title: Indian Chieftain
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indian chieftain. — 26 April 1888

:! mstama wmm. MttfMf'1 - rafc aa ra r !" - "ajfWjiiiggaiSL. : 111 nr ! ikfJUn lllll W . .! I IIII lllll 1 fjlll'l litfl.l 14 vt - n v i "w M a kvssbi -u- ($VOO rrTrIn AdrAoso. rtwiiiThMiw vr .ZZ. - - - iOlt.M-ADAH!, - Editor. ..XIl.rORI,Jfifc3P,r. Vr,)iTA, Jxo.Tr.8 , Aphii.20, 1888 THE DECISION OF VHBOOMM18 8IOW IM THE WATTS OA8S. Tlic late amendment to the lavr providing for tho appointment of a cotnmfMtoa to Iry ariu iinuinnino sppliritiona far Chrakea eUiien ship gives the commisMon author ity r pans upon the tight of thoie who are residents of tho country hy permission of tiie Indian office. The amendment authorizes tho commitalon io isiuo summonses for, and eus Hum to bo sorved upon, all persons roeident and claiming oltizon rights In the country, to appear befora tho com mission and to provo themselves Cherokee by blood. In cote of failure or refusal to appear in per son or by attorney the commission is authorized to proceed in the in vestigation ofsueh cnies and to render ju...

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