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   Tahlequah Courier (Newspaper) - December 3, 1893, Tahlequah, Oklahoma                                youwhen in iieed ol Gents or fur nishing or anything neces sary for your comfort or happiness to come to us and we will furnish you pleasantly and with the most reliable grades of STAPLER A OnreftUly Prepared Account of tho Proceedinga in Bptli of the National and MONDAY Senator Stan introduced thu on day pf The bouse yesterday concurred Tfie joint resolution providing fora committee o flve bo ap three from tho house and two from tho to investigate into the condition of nil the nation al tho said committee to report back to council its find It thought it will take thi commission or five weeks to complete its Scarcely anything of i n forestwas accomplibhod in the house this A bill incorporating own of Nowulfr bo Absolutely nocojsary to trans hfe wni an nttODney act the business Ihttt mnst Monroes educational is n good tncnsnro and went through tlio sertato Now wlmt tho Iionso do with it Cherokee people for many tended to by that over proved ful4o his to the ih of the Cherokee people in congress deportments at Washington j bo it resolved py tho senate and council olf tho ptforokoe That this peoplehas losU faithful ever ready to tight tbeiv wo deeply deplore his HA DEALER IN tENERAL AND Tue Oldest EstablisberifMercontile Firm in the Terrritory Tho of this House needs no 36 COLLINSKThe Goods are high and money scarceLthis is why ourplaup should h e Our prices are rock By eivine full weight in articles of food we have the So long as existing tlik long as existing era Into of Fjancy Cigaisand g and Fruits cheap in Go to COLLIN the I fol lowing peti missioi to which woro refer red to the committee citizen ship Martha Isaa W T D Ar J J It E A A M S N Ellis W A M II L Hannah J A Mary Ira Lizzie ChasMen ilenhnllj S J Nellie M M Faugh A F N A Tom McCau S R M L Sam Senator Ross introduced Iho fol lowing resolution which passed the Senate Tho present indobted neiFof the Nation exceeds 000 and in national institution m the nation its from 5 to 20 ppr cant itis important that the national council bo fully informed of thetrue condition of the several iiiStitiUions in to bo enabled to provide tho necessary wants for their further success DEALER IN of all All Roods delivered free anywliere in the city and SatiHfaction as all his BROWN has just received an elegant stock of Patent Toilet Perfumeries and Bo it resolved tho nationn That a joint committee two and three members o tho council be appointed Ijjtil president of tho senate and th speaker of tho whoso dut itshall be to visit each of theedu cational institutions und other nit tional malo andfemaii colored high schoo and insane national prisoi and orphan asylum and to thor oughly inspect tho said institu tions to their condition ant Be it further resolved that the iSTILL IN THE Carries a full and complete line of Clocks and Jewelry 9j 1 Eilei Pis Qeptfal Tl u P51 Jf Tables supplied with the bes market Pohte courteous treatment and reason Call on MS whWln the Capital City Mm saidcommittee is hereby autho rized and empowod to summons witnceeB and compel their attcn dance in such matters of investi gation ns tho committee in their judgement may deem proper to in quire Bo it further resolved that tho said aftertho complo tion of their to make a full and complete report to the with such recommendations as they may deem Senator Sanders bill correct an error in the of passed the educational bill is up this evening Ju the senate Tho important amendments that has so far been made to it is a re duction inthe proposed salaries of the members of tho board from to 8400 per mornings session has been devoted principally to Mon roes educalional Senator Ross introduced a resolution memorialziug Congress i of the United States to investigate j the mannero in which the allot ments were made to tho seventy Cherokecs who woro entitled to thoir allotment of eighty acres on tho Cherokee Senator Benge of Tahlequuh offered a substitute to senator Sanders bill to prohibit citizens from joining fences railroad The substitute is quite lengthy and coversWcry inch of the The remainder of tho morning was spent on educa tional This ovning the senate is endeavoring to settle on the price to be paid to theteachers pt primary The bill is still subject to amendment and discuss The following is a bill introduc ed this eveningx by senator act to Amend sec tion compiled page enacted by the national conn In the senate noon Monroes bill occupied tho attention of that body most the Senator Bongo of moved to atncnd by striking out the second and third grade after the wovd qualiflpa making thu section read Bo it further That from and after the presont term of school the pay of the teachers of tho teachers of the primary schools shall bo per Voto taken and amendment car Senator Vann moved to amend section 2t by and that he principal teacher and qssint nit teaghers of tho high schools nil orphan asylum shall be gra luates of some firstclass and they are required to hold a liploma from tho Bongo of moved to mend section 24 by inserting and 11 other assistants 845 per tie number of whpm shall not ex eed throe to each tho scmina inalR nnd orphan That it is fit ting ihat by this foi whom ho labored long Gns friend Ivey is n popular a to every body and every out with sails up nejt The in Millions oif a ylum and colored high Beugo of moved to strike One assistant teacher at colored high Senator Smith moved to amend section 26 by that tho di i octors of each primary school shall pign the report of tho teacher at tho closeof i On motion of Ross tho rules were n vote taken and the bill A special mersngo was received from the principal chief ting the numus of the sevenrj per have trnlfctntrlotnuiita In Ihg and faithfully that wo pay this res pect to the nnd that a copy of resolutions be spiead anUJthat n copy ho furnished the The commission appointed tho president sometime ago to treat with the five hooded by ex spnatov has Jbosn notified To meet at the interior department nextMonday to receive thoir in Thelinstructions are already prepared and first diioot commission to treat with tho chiefs of the five nations nnd then lay their propositions before the In the senate this moaning senator n uill to reduce the tariff on cattle to fifty cents per head ami tfrat persiihs desiring to introduce cattle must obtain licence fioin Senator M VBenges act to abolish of medical su perinteudent of male and female semi colored high insane asy lum and national the of steward of insane asiltim and board of trustccu and to create the ofOce of medical has up in thn Tom Smith represents mv n und thnl the com munity ns voll as lio towu should oast a solid voto Tor Biscuit iioss is one of tho candidates for alderman and every body will agree with us when we there is not a bettor young man in thetown ToiTEe Lets give him a rousing It is probably very correctly predicted by tho colored Nation asthat of Coowee 8coweo district will got the ardf hip colored high is a preacher of no small calibre and well qualified for tho 1 SAVE Mft f yniir jitur KrutcilOH lyum Q get rrch by sellingyou inferior OxtJSfr oil that when any person been arrested as provided in the above section and fail or refuse to give eiall be the duty ofrth sheriff to deliver the The citizenship committee re jortod ij bill recommending that Mieesiq be readmitted to An act incorporating the town f subject to the same HB Gibson was ap ioved by the chief An act to correct tin error in the of Caldonn C Taylor bus eon returned from tho executive esartment Joint resolution providing for omt committee to inspect theedu ationalinstitutionn of tho nitioi as approved today by the chief Tho bond known as ill is Ah act to secure foi 10 Cherokee Nation a loan upon the contract and obligations of the United States for the proceeds ol tho tale tho auditor the election of three Financial Agents to negotiate the same anil secure live sale thereof ami thlw prompt payment if tho pioceods to the Cherokee Section 4 of this bill pros that tho cial Agenth in securing the sale of tho4ptids together witTrthe Prin cipal Chief and may poi form my act necessary to eary out tho provisions sot and tho Principal Chief and Treasurer are authorized and directed to ex ecute the agreementsus directed in thf This bill passed tho sciiate all The bill to incarcerate prisoners who to give in tho unv tional prison to await id before the Tho following resolutions passe botfc houses and werosout to the executive office this morning Clinton Lodge 28 of IlenderAo Texas hah add tional evidence of TLat fraterna and brotherly feeling which over has and wo trust over bhalUontinu to actuate ths Masonic fraternity in all thoir dealings with our pco and realizing that to tho Ma sonic fraternity the ll is said this council will get another chance to passi the Ju diciary as an act similar to thoono killed last week in tho senate will bo introduced in the that flmone will bo treated inoro favorably by the members than the other one AjuVyin United States raissioncr Qroeks court at Vinita last Mondajreached n verdict by tossing up u silver Tho case was a civil suit involvmga bout in which a former jurj The educational bill passed the house this morning and was re turned to the senate without any Senate bill 9 introduced by Senator Bongo in relation to the election of financial agents passed the house and was sent the principal chief from the Senator duced a bill tp incarCeiafe prison ers who do npt give in national was a big sgeeeb in tho Starr moved i0 adjourn and tbe motion jeaving Soggy gesttcula ingand speaking V for many privileges whicl we now enjoy and which tnighi not have fallen to our lot bad i not haveLeon for their brother v assistance in the hour of our need Beit resolved by the National That the Chero kee Nation tender to Clinton Lodge und A of Hondsfson our heart felt thanks fur their kindness in having restored to the Nation and people the sword formely tho property of our chief Bowles whocs memory WexevejJBn it f ui t her resoJ ved that we l ccognizo in this act of Jhat lodge the hand ofGol in His dffcclfng the men as well as of nnd that we pledge otir faith and good officers to tho said Lodge return and in nc knou lodgement of its kind und Be it further resolved that these resolutions bosproadin fullon our Journals and bo printedin the proceedings of tho national coun andthnta copy thereof Impro perly cngroshed and forwarded to iniBiriodge Henderson Bo it further resolved that tho Nation recognizes with thanks tho kind officers performed by the oxspeaker of as the medium through whom the presentation of tho sword was to Beforo throw ing the coin tho jury naked tho court if such a proceeding would be legal and an answer in tho Tho attorneys for each of the litigants flro asftri and the will 60 appeal ed to Judge Stoitojtls court i fr 7J r wr A suit involving the Mightof woy of thn Atlantis and Pacific railway through was ap pealed to tho United circuit court at that point a few days Itwas the case of the Atlantic And Pacific Railway company against i rjs fit if 1 tf 7 500 damages and a piece of and in The railway compa BR claim the property under a laud grant and a treaty and ullogo that the defendants took possession by force of Tho railways won the suit in the lower having been given posses sion of tho land nnd nominal dam and the defendants t to the supremo The Advocate is out under tho editorial management is a creditable as Butler is a good WIN wo predict paper will give entire Judge Walker as surprised at the y the senate onthelato judiciary the proposed who vpted We nnrferiiland James nflcan jpd Frye are aspi for1 juectioii us members 6f education Both are adherents to the ciplea oOheNulional party jlL A supposed to bo one of the Bill Dalton was shot at Tulsa Monday by Sam Itia said hat about month ago Yockey raded horses with and he horse Uhildors received proved o have been stolen and ho hud to ivo it Yockoy refused to make good the and when Childers spoke to him Monday Si bout the matter ho attempted to draw his but Obilders was quick One phot torehis right hand to pieces and thu second entered his right side just below tho and can npt be Yockoy participated iuthofighf between deputy mar shals and tho Dalton gang at In in August Since then ho has been scouting and sell ing Smith 4 4Does all kinds of Soot aipd feoe islaction in epery Parties and lar the done in the boot business than n An Editors a newspaper man formerly editor of the Democrat of this und widely known TIkonghoiit the was horribly beaten up by three brothers named Stewart at Tsmull town eight miles of was play ing a game of billards when 4 dis pute arose and one of the Stewarts hjt him over the Ifard another hftl in the tface younger brothel oot a knife and slashed him across the Immediately after1 the the Stewarts made thoir were captured by officers this prnoon yitpHf iy Hie is oll known infix rnnnity beart an LIVE STOCK CPHI KANSAS iiTl   

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