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THE BEST PIERCE
CITY
FLOUR.
B. R. TATLOK.
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ATTXXVIJE CLXKKS, FAUt A;fD LIBSSAL DEALLVC.
OIYE ME A TRIAI AKD SEE IP I DO NOT SATISFY YOU.
J Branded on both iLr Crop officii
t4 aadtplitin right. Bisoi Icoit
Crei.
tried larfere ti rt the
Cbtrvke !TaUM. If tfcfct m
Tixt it itti4 lh wbofe ca.
writ to enqHlre
of Murgan w f rapetfr kW. If 1 , ... .TT. . . ' . i y " T JM tn"T Ym,
f tfc Tij: prartka f tb aw-, WLut,. D C Jf-. 7. 1M3
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Mtfetjr who m beta! to b aaeto- J
tLi trs carrnt am awjeal aga
tuc! a. dtx&tioH eovbl net kn
lftn imUtl, aad erdr ( gat
It orermWil it waald W aafcanry
to hare tbe en fr fem sfc eb
j4ion in eriler to g4 at tfce mac
rital trti8 of jari!tMA. I
b), tkesreAr, a.nHHtat aaen
ttttb fxtf ngdgd UmuI
JOHN BULLETTE,
pry Goods,
aartW td wHh mm aWanoa
far, that wa 0
Wm th Cacrvfcae Kalian m
eewHatr7 It aodovbtoify wu.
Srral act of cangreat xnd traat-
i aatfcorirai th reovaral oY Umm
Vt Oan HC
Th aaMtioB of oftVamr bjr the
atioaal OmariS Urt week, raaaJt.
ad ia th choka of aura irha mil
pmra MnptikW. to the people at
ljr.
Hury Chambers, trtarer-lect,
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- ww atacr iimau ww ot ui ilia- I n mmta tor MMUt yar near
(iaoippi rfter, wbtn thr woold ! praatrtAiioaof Clareoror. 00
b fni fraa Utff farrixtLMuwi af w th FnCO ftaL hr he t,A .
i mm .u. -t, 4-11 I i " mcjiim7, hs ire , )- iywiiw muij ana
v. ,-i JZT, Hoaaufce their na Uwv in thk new 1 eomanuW hoaae,
tosoMag other eaatiect. if aaid
m BMni 7kae to ather rI
x'drt waaualaa. Caartc o&ea
U.M,
r!t araaetlr trwwwtd or th
which the parties rt-ij
broat to it4 4tota.
Jvrfntliede3iloii awtf! I es
uaine U text, I baJl briefly ex
axoine Uic prBrj-o-itwn, Ia tbaCber
olee Xstion to be caIoril mi
the Mm footiitj at a "Territory"
under the IaaiMce of the tow.
Happily thi ho been token out of i
tae fJonufn of theory and perad
rentnre by decision of the a
prerr.i eocrt. A rny cpaee is Him
itod I sbtll only qtjole one to be
fwmdin lath HoKard, pae 100.
Theeroint-nt jarist. Judge McLean,
dIlTcred the opinion of thb eoart.
The ewe mn "fcky et al v.
Coze" end turned apon the que,
tiun whither an adrninbtnitor ap
pointed tin'ier Cheruiree jurisdic
tion ra entitled to the mow ,e-n-ridcration
and aotbority and in
clndd ender tbe stotutoj eorering
the mi of adininiatrstora appoint
d in a "Stato or Territory." The
opinion qaote entire the otii arti
cle of ths treaty of Mareh I, 1836,
as presenting the material jxiinU
wto Cherokee jariitdietlon, My
ttutainin it. On the question at
iesue it ay:
"A questiiu hat been roggested
whether Uic Clierovee people
should he onuidered or treated a
a foreign tato or territory. Tlia
fact that they are uitdur theeoneti.
tutionof the Union, and (abject to
acta ofconreiea regulating trado, i
aHuOicicrit unnwer to the u9t
tion. They are not only within
oar jurisdiction' but the faith of
the Nation in pledged fijr their pro
tection. In 01110 retpocU the
hear the camu relation to the fed
eral government at a territory did
in ite Hceond prade of government;
under the ordinance of 1787. Such
territory pawed ite own lawn, enb
ject to the approval of congress,
and iU iuhnbitaiiU were aubjset to
the constitution and act of oon
grcn. The prindjial difference
cuiu'itU in the faet that the Oh' r
keen enact their own laws, nr.Jer
the restriction stated, appoint their
own ofb'eora, and pay their own ex
pcriccH. Tllis, however, h no rea
Aon why the laws and proceedings
of the Olioroboo territory, to for a
rlates to rights claimed under
tiu-tii, sJiuuhl nut be pUcd upon
tlio same fwitin; as other torntor
ies in tho Union. It hi not a for
eign hut a domestic territory ,a
territory which originated under
our constitution and laws," and
again,
"Iw question could arise irn to
the validity of tho Chorokou law
under which letters of nliiiinintru-
tkm were granted on tho estate of
.Mcckey, and as the power of at
torney given by tho administrators
to lliiinos hccius to have been duly
AUtliencatcd and jiroved, a pay
ment to tho administrator, by the
goyorninent, would have boon a le
gal payment. Tho Choruko
country, wo think, may be ronsid
ered a tornlory of tho Ujiltod
SlatoHmithiH tho act of 1812. In
iio rgpoct can it bo considered a
coaaaumhy The MjCtgiMge of skmi
eftheHr dearly stoles this. The
act of 25th af May, 1830, authoriz
ed the traatietc of 18 awl IH&V,
giriae; or rceogniring jurisdiction
to the Cherokee Natton, The
aett did two Uig4: flrit, conveyed
the title oi these JamU to the Cher
okte Nation; aad teevred in the
oth article polftieal jttriadlettoo
ovrr thctn, as touehia? thU and all
ether property and the paraeas of
their own people to th Cherokee
Nation. No one can question this
authority to so recognize and ac
cept this Cherokee government as
a part of th territory system. It
might differ from other territories,
but It wa jnet as competent to so
create. Ito constitution and laws
G-xo c oxrl cs ,
Arc e?t7thtoz ara&lrr ksat ia
a veil aitsrtoi itore. I w!! leu
as tbs kvest fer cuL Call .ad
ia: xe sad price 27 geedi.
CLAP.EAIORE, I.T.
-a.- a. s"r2coiNrzD cfe Co.
HOLDvS THE FORT
OxvT THE-
CM.
Kevs
& Co.
enx-
ruuodet by a good Una and oreh
ard tA choka fruits and well nip
plied with stork. He has repre
sented his IMsUiet ia the Mask
branch of" the Cherokee National
Caaeil aad ir everywhere known aa
a kind aei-hbor, a patrtotic ritizew
aad a man of storliag bjaty .T
ami integrity. J
I). H. Itoas, the editor of the 'i
Ainroeate, iom Soken weekly forpGiyer
miv nv . yean u? me reaoerf
of that paper and it is qniteenoogb
to say that no more t tritobl e elec
tion eoeld. hare been made. The
charaetor f tbe paper has been es
tablished ander his managemeat.
The jKiaiUon it on nt to be cov
eted, hedged aboat as it u tiy legal
rcstri'-tions, and a virtual Censor
s.iip of the b.gi e.- sutLo;ritr.f
LIVE STOCK
Commission and
Forwarding Merchants.
OaVrrXos. ailOEsrba9;Kailaiiir
aTBE. LOT7I8 ATIOItAl. STOCK
Largest Line of Hardware, Stoves and
Tin-ware kepi?in the Cherokee Nation.
5TARD3.
CLAIR COUNTY, ILLS.
1-21
jjBggg3SK3aaaa7fcjBal
FURNITURE
B. P. KILSTEAD.
P. 1 .it. c
Pralrio City, I. T.
fSp
DraatF4 with same bra ml on I
Mas anl Loth hips, xjxue l!tal
ileue Crcekr.
J. V?
rjion &'
Vtoits, t X
lrt-t .n 1
AXD
CTOV2US.
H ttrlci t !
mfr .. ..- I Ik. 1 if. c
rt-t m
I.tt fli -.
Ecto, I. T.
are republican in form and consis
tent with the eonetitation of the j the Nation The man who succeeds
United Statos cud the laws regulat-1 in imparting respectability and
ing trade and intercourse, and I neenilnees to tbe Natimal paprr
more, this jurisdiction is afllru..d 1 is therefore as in tliis tase, juUy
entitled to a continued connection
a ilh it.
John Alberty, succeeds a worthy
man on the beix-h of the supreme
court, in the person of Judge Bigby
He is a substantial farmer who
has represented Qtanfroake Dis
trict in th Council branch of the
National cotmcil and eatoys the re
spect ami confidence of his neigh
bors as a good citiaea aad upright
in tho decision of the M ackey cane
I have quoted, by the supreme
court, which quotes the oth article
of ths treaty of 1836 in full, aUirms
its jurisdiction and its right as re
lates to state and territorial govern
ments, snd its legitimacy as part
of the American system.
A treaty is tho supreme law of
the land. The last paragraph of
the treaty o 180 (Vol. S Page S72
States) provides that all fugitive
from justice useing into the terri
tory of the United State shall he
"delivered up to the Cherokee Na--tion
for trial and punishment."
Did this provision require a statute
to execute it? Certamly not. In
the Uoudlnot tobacco rate it was
determined that a lav was of the
seme force as a treaty and might
repeal it, and of coarse, vice versa.
Judge I'arker in the Ben Ileese
ease in the .May term, 1H78, ably
held:
"This treaty is subsequent in
date to Ihe act of 188 which con
tained the ca;m that the lauds
should revert to the United Htotes
U toe Indians became oxtlnct gr uiwl
abandoned tbe aaiue. There ia no
limitation to the title conveyed by
the United States of 1H33 if such
treaty is inconsistent with the luw
of 1830, it repealed so mui-h of it
as was inconaitoiit," and iu the
I'ayne case May term, 18S1, he
held: "It cannot be preumwd
that for fifteen years the govern
ment he had a tract of country
within the very heart pf the Indian
country which it purchased and
hus permitted to rojuain iu ouch
condition as it might become a
placo of rafuge for criminals and
George Ilenge, anditor, be
longs to tbe younger cmm et oar
officials. He has had two years ex
(terienea in the c4Uce and his re
election may be safely regarded as
an approval af the manner in
which he lias discharged his trust
Watt Stat, of Cooweescowee,
Adam Feeling, of Ctoingsnake,
andJohneon iJowning, of Saline,
will compos the Executive Coun
cil and will doobUee give tbe
Principal Chief their conscientious
convictions on all subjects present
ed fur their consideration, coopera
ting cordialy whenever they jji
and differing res pectfuly wheo they
E. HSndss,
Mannftttftrrr nf aari Ditlr ix
IUR5E88. SADOI.EH, COUAIO.
BRIW.RS, WII1W. C(JMBh.
HKU8HKS Ktr, Kte.
Itepairing neatelr done. All work
warranted. St..Loui pr.'-e duin-!
catod. Orders front a diUn.'
tilled on short notice.
TEXAS SA!DLEA A SriXIW.TV.
Ciive na a call before you
boy eUevrhcr.
J T fUbrts,ftflallas,Tr.,laaarse.
Muskogee, ... Ind. Ter.
Doors, Windows, Window Glass, Paints and Oil. ,
In fact everything yon want in the Household Tnife.
ISwsmmw co's?&i3Si&
t2C
llrjn I . r. ., , .,'
-en , !! r .! 1 . r . ! 1 ,
ear. Ransr It r ( .k. f
(
Utf Irft
Ike Live Steek Market sf t Loaii
TUL' ST. LOUIS .YATIOJfAL
STOCK YARDS!
Looatod at Saat St..LOBto, ill.
llbertrr nnonte the eitjr ef St. Urni.
Barer) for all description af tire atork
alwars in aitadaaee sad witbia the
fruend of th lx-k vanis sr bf
eaaaiax roatpaar, uita a caeaeitv for
Uaahtenaf lylM bead of cjitW uly,
aad pork packiafc establlshoieota with
a capacity let slaBabiarias lOOu boys
Uily.
IHAAC H KX0X, 1'raadeat.
Cuxt. T.Josn, aMnBtealeat. 1-t
For Good Coodc at Bottom Prices go to
SVAJIS, UtJNTZP. iz liSWMAL
J oat Off co,
Evocavjlle, Koasas.
Vinita,
Ind. Ter.
Clareaiure.
An esto-metl correundunt
writes us that Chrrmore, on the
St. Louis A tvtnFrancisco, ia 87
mile Mtutbwett of Vinitn aad 28
miles east of Tulsa, it U named
for Claremont, a distinguished
chief of UieOsages, has beea laid
off into lots by tbe authorities of
the Cherokee Nation ami lias a
good hotel called the Coowaescoo
wao House, kept by Teso Cham
bers, whose wife is a a daughter of
Dr. Kvane, n prominent physician
... .!. til I . ..
outlaws Who noiihl .Im.ra.1at.. ....I ! " "5 '"" v"'' " gm
prey uponthoi, Indian neighWrs I'lT .J? 'V
...1.1. I 1... r "- " "
'"' Jiuuiumiy ironi , i .1 1 ..... ., ,,
1 irMiraiiu 01,10ml liUliette,)Ket-
,...,.., cli win I nmier. T iu confectionprv ..f
and others
punishment, especially when
govsniment has pledged protoc- f Clisinlnsrs & Chambers,
uon snu security trom intruders
to all the tribes iu the Indian conn.
try as much as if it vad been at
ine ousimss
the Chambers
JOHH and GEORGE
Bullette.
Full Xew Sto.-k Josl boaab la Saiat
Loats at lowest bolsasls p- a aad
aow for sal Ht
Bed-rock Prices.
DKY GOOTJS,
GROOERTEa
Q irK122TSAVA.RE,
Cash aaM ax far, Mdea, t. Vh
or aoeai ia exeaaaa tar cattle. Trade
setMled. i
TULSA, T. T.
aaaaaaaaaW icBaK
111
1 IJalr-bretl catle ail bramlcl
I on left snl an I hi- Some par
I marked 2X3 u 1 t..c fy
10c mi- mi trrmrall-tV'Ov'J ej
juiejc- pod mark Texas
,K"rs ..road-buaa-f CW'aon near
tule. Vanous ear- ViSEM n," rv" f
RAsei C'ommanche county pool.
There.a one place in tbe Indian Territory where you can buy any kind of goods you want'. "Vq kcop
A General Store
m.dL tx 3TviJLl AqaortiTicn -rvt of jn-zroir-y-tlxLxxs
"toy Otjjc Ouatomors.
"V77Xi3.toca.
lilts cm.
eery house of Heard & Hicks, a '
blacrfMiuth shop run by Win 1
Chamber, n superior workman,
c
that time entirely on unied bv In. . ","1'"''' 1UI'J M '"& 'fshop, and a
tlians. Yet this is s. t, t'.u u .ut eU';,"n'.',, ' M. McLoud
of the United blatc would not ex-1 mon'hs.
Tie nrTTasr' Onisn l u
iue.1 itrti and btit, eoth
year- 216 rain. 81x111
in. has villi otw U.UOti
lliiiitraliotu a whota po
lure c-illirr. DItui i.)ioIa.
! pricti dirui to toutitmtrt on all fcoodi
mr cnoni cr uiiiiiy uie. J tlU Iww
to order, snd gite exact oott at crtrr.
tliina you vm, cat. drink, wear, or haft
fun wulu ThcMi linaliiaUo LooUcoti
Uln liiformallon glcantil from th mz:
tU of Its ptl 1 We will mall a my
l'reo to any odJroM upon reeeqit of the
poitago 7 cent. It u hear from you.
ltjectfully,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
IF YOU IrVlNT Harnes, Saddlery, Leather Goodj of any kind
ir YOU WAST Wagon Agricultural Machinery, Buggies, Spring Wagons, etc., oto.,
Gro to "Wm O. iP-.H3?T,C3IJ'S-
IF YOU ARE 5CA'and want Medieines, Drugs, Proscriptions enrofully prepared, etc,
IF YOU WAST nothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Cape, Bedding, U etc, s(c,
Gro -to 'ymrm o. jSlTtois..
IF YOU ARE HUXORY and want Grocenen, Flour, Bacon, Canned Goods, oto, oto.
IF YOU ARE IX LOVE and want Candies, Perfuraios, Toilet Goods, Sap, oto etc,
oo to xr o apjaLTajoia's.
IF YOU ARE iiOIXQ TO MARRY mA want a complete outftlt of ovcri thing,
Go to W
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LOUIS ROGERS.
Post-Offlce,
Ohotopa, Kansal.
JBBBBaaaaBr
fcmit and bit in rizhtear and swalMr
fork In left Itoad-brand L bin.
Ri.N0E Cabin Creek. '
Chorokoo Orphan Asylum.
C. P ATTON & Oo's,
Vinita, I.
T
if tj
Mark, smooth- j
untlerblt in rivbt
JANB OAPTA1NH,
Skiulook Post-office, C. N
aMaBS'uF'-E'Ajifi
"wJ5Sa3"
Horse brand eamo 011 left shoul
der. Ranch on Hominy, Osago
iVation.
Mrs.
ISABELIiA NEWMAN,
Pust-oiHee,
Skiatook, I T.
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