40. Letter of C.J. Harris to the National Council giving his idea of how the census taking should be executed. The treasurer should be the keeper of his own vouchers for the payment of money, January 12, 1894.
41. Muskogee Phoenix --January 11, 1894: "Editorial on C.J. Harris" re: a resolution passed in the lower house of the council withdrawing the impeachment charges against Chief Harris. Seems to hinge on the bonds and the successful sale of them.
42. Letter of C.J. Harris to the National Council re: the recommendation of Indian Commissioner Browning and James H. Slade, Chief of the Finance Division, as agents to be appointed by the National Council to help with paying the money due the Cherokees, January 12, 1894.
43. Cherokee Advocate -- January 17, 1894: "Reward of C.J. Harris" for the arrest of Walker Bark and William T. Hewett. Both are charged with murder.
44. Cherokee Advocate -- January 17, 1894: "Act Signed by C.J. Harris" re: improvements on public domain to be considered to be the property of the Cherokee Nation. Warns citizens from purchasing improvements.
45. Alliance Courier -- January 25, 1894: "Message of C.J. Harris". Strongly against statehood for the Indian Territory.
46. Cherokee Advocate -- January 31, 1894: "Council Bill No. 2 of C.J. Harris". An amended bill setting the specific terms for the commencing days of the court sessions in each district that the judges shall hold.
47. Cherokee Advocate -- January 31, 1894: "Special Election Proclamation of C.J. Harris" to fill the unexpired term of the deceased member Tickeater in the National Council.
48. Muskogee Phoenix -- February 1, 1894: "News Item of C.J. Harris." In lieu of the passage of a bill for a commission of five representatives of the Cherokees to meet and negotiate with the Dawes Commission, Harris suggests that the Choctaws, Chickasaws, Creeks and Seminoles appoint representatives to meet in an international Council at Checotah for the purpose of laying out some definite line of action in regard to the Dawes Commission.
49. Purcell Register -- February 2, 1894: "Editorial on C.J. Harris and Cherokee Delegation" re: the opinions of the Cherokees and the Choctaws in treaties with the Dawes Commission. Conference held.
50. Alliance Courier -- February 15, 1894: "Editorial on C.J. Harris" urging the unity of action on the part of the Five Civilized Tribes in their meeting with the Dawes Commission.