Correspondence: J.W. Grant to Charles Kroff, acknowledging letter about the 11th Indiana Infantry Volunteers, near Edwards Station, July 14, 1885. Includes transcription.
Business card of W.C. Butler. Broom Corn, Calhoun, Missouri. On the back is...
Bill No. 33. Proposed act proposed to pay delegates attending the International Convention at Eufaula County, June 15 and 16, 1885. Passed Senate October 31, 1885. Passed House and approved November 2, 1885.
An act making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses of the Choctaw Nation for the fiscal year commencing August 1, 1884, and ending July 31, 1885. Passed and approved on November 7, 1884.
A letter from A.H. Garland, Attorney General, to Secretary of Interior concerning a contract dated November 8, 1883, between Mrs. A.G. Ream and Robert L. Ream, Jr., her husband and the Atoka Coal and Mining Company. July 29, 1885.
Bill No. 2. Proposed act to move County court grounds and election precinct of Gaines County from Boiling Spring to a point about five hundred yards south. Passed Senate October 13, 1885. Passed House and approved October 14, 1885.
Bill No. 3. Proposed act removing Hampton, election precinct in Red River County to Bok Chito Church meeting house. Passed House with amendment October 14, 1885. Passed Senate with amendment October 14, 1885. Approved October 14, 1885.
Bill No. 11. Proposed act changing the date of holding circuit court of the 2nd District from the 1st Monday in June to the first Monday in July. Passed House with amendment October 16, 1885. Passed Senate with amendment October 16, 1885. Approved...
Bill No. 12. Proposed act granting to Thompson Cooper privilege to turnpike portion of Scullyville and McAlester road, and to establish a toll gate at a place where a road leading from McAlester to Scullyville crosses at or about Ok-Cha-Muk-Chito....
Bill No. 17. A resolution to appoint three delegates to Eufaula, Indian Territory, to international council on December 10, 1885. Passed Senate October 16, 1885. Passed House and approved on October 23, 1885.
Bill No. 43. A resolution that the Principal chief is instructed to press on the Commissioners of Indian Affairs and the U.S. Indian Agent the necessity for the removal of intruders. Passed November 3, 1885. Approved November 4, 1885.