How the chief's son was taken back

Shao˝┤ ju┤ba ti┤ ama┤ma. E┤githe ni┤kagahi thi˝ke┤ izhi˝┤ge uga┤sho˝ ithe┤ ama┤,
Dakotas / some / had camped, they say. / At length / chief / the one who / his son / traveling / had gone, they say, /

'a┤bae. E┤githe ho˝┤ ki, ni┤ashi˝ga i┤utha aki┤-biama┤. Ni┤kagahi thi˝ke┤, izha┤zhe
to hunt. / Behold, / night / when, / man / to tell news / reached there again, they say. / Chief / the one who, / his name /

thada┤-bi ego˝┤, Mazho˝┤ ga┤thuadi thizhi˝┤ge t'e┤thai, a┤-biama┤. Ki ni┤kagahi aka┤
mentioned, / having, / Land / in that (unseen place) / your son / they killed, / said he, they say. / And / chief / the (sub.) /

a┤shiata ahi┤-bi ego˝┤, i┤eki┤the the┤tha-bi ego˝┤, ga┤-biama┤: Shao˝┤ zhi˝┤ga wathi┤hehazhi┤xti
outside / arrived, they say / having, / to proclaim / sent suddenly, they say / having, / said as follows, they say: / Dakota / young / you are very stouthearted /

shko˝┤hna-hno˝┤i tho˝ shi˝┤gazhi˝┤ga wi┤ta ho˝┤ the┤xchi agi┤to˝be ko˝┤btha. I˝thi˝gimo˝thi˝┤i-ga.
you desire regularly / the (past ?) / child / my / night / this very / I see mine / I wish. / Go after mine for me. /

Sho˝┤ge o˝┤sagi┤xti wi˝┤ nita┤-to˝ga eda┤be, ashni˝┤ thagthi┤ ki, wi'i┤
Horse / very swift / one / big-ears / also, / you have him / you come back / if, / I give to you /

ta┤ mi˝ke, a┤-biama┤. Ki Shao˝┤ bthu┤gaxti a┤bagtha┤-biama┤ no˝┤pa-bi ego˝┤. Ki
will / I who, / said he, they say. / And / Dakotas / all / hesitated, they say / they feared (seen danger) they say / because. / And /

Shao˝┤ wi˝┤ wahe┤hazhixti e┤i˝te, Hi˝da┤! wi┤ api┤bthe te┤, ethe┤go˝-biama┤. Go˝┤
Dakota / one / very stout-hearted / perhaps, / Let me see! / I / I go for him / will, / he thought, they say. / So /

agi┤atha┤-biama┤. Sho˝┤, E┤di pi┤ ki, no˝┤ape tate┤ a┤ho˝, ethe┤go˝-bazhi┤-biama┤. E┤githe
he went for him they say. / Yet, / There / I arrive / when, / I fear / shall / ! / he did not think, they say. / At length /

e┤di ahi┤-bi ki, no˝┤pe he┤ga-bazhi┤-biama┤. Ki sho˝┤ thit'o˝┤-biama┤. E┤githe 'i˝┤
there / he arrived, they say / when, / he feared / very much, they say. / And / yet / he touched him, they say. / At length / carrying him /

agtha┤-bi ki, uxpa┤the-hno˝┤ ama┤ sho˝┤ge 'i˝┤kithai ke. Xage┤-hno˝ sho˝sho˝┤-biama┤,
he went back, they say / when, / it was constantly falling, they say / horse / he caused to carry / the (ob.). / He cried regularly / without stopping they say, /

'i˝┤ agthai┤ te no˝┤pe. Pi┤tho˝tho˝┤ uxpa┤the ki, Ao˝┤btha aki┤ ki, e┤githe
carrying it / he went back / the / he feared it. / Again and again / it fell when, / I abandon it / I reach there again / if, / beware /

o˝tho˝┤xa tai┤, ethe┤go˝-bi ego˝┤, 'i˝┤ aki┤ go˝tha┤-biama┤. Uxpa┤the shtewo˝┤ sho˝┤
they laugh at me / lest, / thought, they say / having, / to carry it back / he wished, they say. / It fell / notwithstanding / yet /

thizai┤-de sho˝┤ge to˝ 'i˝┤kitha┤-biama┤. Go˝┤ 'i˝┤ aki┤-bi ego˝┤, sho˝┤ge wi˝┤ nita┤to˝ga
he took it when / horse / the (ob.) / he caused to carry it they say. / And / carried it back, they say / having, / horse / one / big-ears /

eda┤be 'i┤-biama┤. Sho˝┤ u┤shko˝ ge te┤xi tho˝┤zha, sho˝┤ u┤shko˝ the┤ te┤xi a┤ta
also / he gave to him, they say. / Yet / deed / the (pl.) / difficult / though, / yet / deed / this / difficult / exceedingly /

pa┤xe, (a┤-biama┤,) 'i˝┤ aki┤-bi te┤di e┤ waka┤-bi ego˝┤.
I did it, / (said he, they say,) / he carried it back, they say / when / that meant, they say / having. /