The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 229, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 2, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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VOL.4. NO. 229.
VINITA INDIAN TERRITORY; WEDNESDAY EVENING JULY 2 1902.
PRICE PER WEEK 10c
Corpe to Viqita to Spcsqd tfre Pourib of July--Fireworl? at Nigbt.
Brigadier-General Stan "Wirtie.
Men Who Followed the Stars
And Bars Under the Gal-
lant Stan Watie '
MANY WILL ATTEND
The Reunion of the Old Brigadji
whicfc Will be One of the j
Moet Interesting fea-
tures on the 4th j
' The reunion of Stan Watie'e gal.
lants who lollowed the Stars an d
Bars of the Confederacy on many
hard fought fields wilt be one of
the moet interesting features ot
the Independence Day exercises.
Many of the old "veterans have an.
nounced their intention of being
present and their presence wijfl
will revive inspiring memories
of the stirring feats of acaas of the
The following is a synopsis o
the history of the celebrated bri-
gade. Cy authority from Gen. Benja-
min McCullough commander of
division embracing the Indian
Territory; Stan Watie who wa9
previoelv captain of a volunteer
company' organized at "Old Fort
Wayne" the 1st Cherokee Mount-
ed Riflse and the following officers
Col. Stan Watie.
Lt. Col. Tom Fox Taylor kill
ed July 27 1862 and succeeded by
RobH C. Parks.
Maj. E C Boudinot.
Adj. Charles E. Watie.
Qt. Master Geo. Wgtn. Adair
died April 22 18G2 and succeeded
by Brice M Adair and Wm. P.
Adair successively. ; i
Surgeons Walter T. Adair and
W. D. Adair.
Chaplain Rev. Slover.
Sgt. Maj. Geo. West.
The command enlisted July .12
18G1 for one year's service
The troop-captains were:
Capt. Co. A Buziard killed in
an attack on federal commiscary
ttin near Lower Falls of Vtrdi-
gris and buried at Ft. Gibson.
Capt. Co. Bt Robert C. Parke.
" " C Daniel M. Coodj-.
" D James M. Bell.
rt Joseph F. Thomp.
Capt. Co.-F. Joseph Smallwood.
G Geo. H. Starr.
H J. T. Mayes.
I Moses Fryer.
K.J. Poram Davis.
L iL. James Thonap-
eot ( white).
Tie let Cheokee Mounted Vol-
unteers enlisted at Ft. Smith ia
July 1S62 withhe following offlc
Cel. Stan Watie.
Lt.Col. Jas. M. Bell and H. P.
Miij J. F Tbooapenn and Mos-
Ql. M. John L.Adair
Chaplain John Ifornel.
2nd Cherokee Mounted Volun
Col. Wm. P. Adaic.
Lt. Col. Jas. M. Bell transfer
red from 1st. C. M. V. .
Mai.. J. A. Scale John S. Port
er Hammock and John R. Hardin.
j Qt. M. Joel B. Mayes with rank
Surgeon Walter T. Adair.
Chaplain John Hornel.
In 1863 the Cherokee Brigade
was formed by consolidating the
1st and 2nd C. M. Ve; Frys' and
the 1st Missouri Cavalry battal-
lions the following is the roster
of brigade officers
Brig Gen. Stan Watie.
Adj. Gen. Thomas F. Ander
son died Nov. 16 1900.
Brig. Qt M. Joel B. Mayes.
1st Cherokee M ounted Riiles:
' Col. Jas. M. Bell.
Lt. Col. Clement N. Vann.
( Maj. E. J. Rowland.
Adj. R. W. Lindsey.
Qt. M. J. L. Adair.
2nd Cherokee Mounted Rifles:
Col. Wm.P. Adair.
Badg?nSaDderS Mercantile Co..
No two slower gardens are alike. The Jac-
queminot roses of one garden differ radically
from the Jacqueminot roses of another. It all
depends on the gardener. So it is with coffee.
No two plantations produce exactly the same
berry. After quarter of a century as coffee im-
porters we began studying the plantation. 25
years had taught us coffee 12 years more taught
us where it was grown. The pick of the world's
choicest berries goes into your coffee pot when
you use Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand.
. In 1-lb utdlUb tin cans (air tighlfl.
Other high grades in richly-colored
parchment bag (moisture proof).
R Badeeff -Sanders
Mercantile Co V
Lt. Col. H. P. Brewer.
Maj. John S. Vann.
Shortly after the organization of
this brigade Col. Wm. Quantrell's
command was attached to it.
r Oliver Bagby. Pres. T. O. Hall. V-Pres. W. P. Pjttt.t tm rnKWr
w. ju. chapman Assistant;casmer
First National Bank
C. A. Davidson Announces Names ot
Several of His Assistants.
Chief Clerk Charles A. Davidson
has announced the following ap-
pointments of deputy clerks of
court in the northern district. Mr.
.Davidson will have ae his assist-
ants at the court here P. M. Ford
T. A. Chandler N. P. Johnson
and possibly R. D. flrn. Mr.
Ford will be chief deputy and Mrj
JBert Chandler is promoted to a
higher grade than the office he
previously occupied much to the
satisfaction of his numerous
Mr. Owen will either reoain
here or be assigned in charge of
one of the offices. Bob Lybrand
will go to Miami
The assignments to the courts at
Pryor Creek Claremore Nowata
and Sallisaw will not be announc-
ed until later. ' 1
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Parsonage Day wa9 observed by the
ladies of the Methodist Chructa yester-
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
J. M. Darrough. About thirty ladies
were most pleasantly entertained by
A. R. Bass of Morgaotown Ind.
bad to get up ten or twelve times
in the nhfht and had severe backache
and pains in the kidneys. Was cured
by Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by
Peoples drug store. ' ' dw
Summer excursions Tia the Katy to
polntg in Colorado Utah Minnesota
Michigan and Wisconsin. For rates
and other information call at Katy
CAPITAL $100000. SURPLUS fn.ooo.
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Oldest and Strongest National Bank In the Cherokee Nation.
OLIVER BAGBY B.F.FOR1NER E. B. FRAYSER A. L. CHUCHILL E. N.
RA TCUFF H. A. GRAHAM . O. HALL G. W. CLARK W. E. HALSELL.
Does a Safe General Banking Business.
Fresh bacon and lard at Balcatine's.
1 . P;:t ll
Break Open any Bunch
Break ODen anv bunch of shincrle; vni
buy from us and if you don't find then)'
just as we represent them best shingles
for the money no matter what kind or
grade you buy bring them in and get your
money back.That's the way we do business.v;
We handle the celebrated Washington red cedar and '
southern cypress shingles. If ther; were better aild
longer lasting shingles than these we would certainly
carry them lu stock. But these are the best shingtes'
made so when you get shingles here you will be dead !
sure you're getting the best. Everything in the lumber
and building line a right prices.
P. G. Browning & Company
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Marrs, D. M. The Daily Chieftain. (Vinita, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 229, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 2, 1902, newspaper, July 2, 1902; Vinita, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc774461/m1/1/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.