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Th« Wtiinemnqea Silver' tobte off thé-SHeH, It. tnFieiiig ttfe passage of the KrfOtleinen composing the committee . through that j>!sce, says : ; i '>J 8t 7 da y menibers of this cm uiisiHnti fahere in the Director 8 | car ol the CJnioB Fnfiiif.e Railroa ! on | their \v .y to Oregon. Hiy arc thus «n'irdeiiafc» opportunity ■ m seeing the country ut t he, expense of the public, | tytfl do Û. ' purpose to inctuivcuiouce i themselves hy loaving toe railoads url steamship line«. Had they been thv P 1 '«cd to th'Toughly invi'S'igat. (!. ■ IKl(' , Hl>< ,l IIWhdl!ttllJ.HI(l Uie tläd tuent when they were on the warpath . 1 Summer, they wvtitld, instead niitro Oregon* wherfi arc np^n i log«» teitfrn writ*?# arc Op'V'tt ; lew Indiaos, have taken the sl'agd here i it on gone direct to Silver and Boise ciN tot, Id» no» j it if* thty uo tmr-iu country infested with hastily Inderin rduho, S»gteru Oregon anil Northern Nevada that lins expressed an opinion on the sribjj^cj' here or elsewhcro that we have bear'd of, but behoves that tho military should hare charge of the In dians, artd that while (he présent sys tem of turning them over to the tender mereies of Indian agents prevail, there will be annual outbreak». Thd milita ry givo the Indians what the Govern ment allows them ; the agents do not apd thiç, consequence is Indiau war», in whîott dottier* are the victims, s' The Wait »bur g Thins has the fol lowing^ Coftnel Krank J. Àrkér, rfl' fdulio Territory, wag interviewed at the Palace Hotel San Francisco by the Congrcs pent ttf thtejenasp: tu Took into The Indiau question. Colonel Parker gave it as his opinion that th Francisco, thence to Portland, and will j be as wrfut <4 tb<a reaj yause ol t! ■ Indian (roubles and flic manner in which they are treated at reservations as if they liad remained at nt. Louis or Omaha, i here is not ß man frotq tfco Indians were very badly treated; that ! * 1 ' L ' ' 1 they were forq#d ,mor the wnr-pat*h in copeMifnce of bad faith and the unful. fill lillraeiÿeef by the Interior f>e- ; j I ! partment, and that the only method taauso a Complète cessation of Iiostilitie and satisfy the Indians was to place all j the Jhdlâfil tribes went <&¥ tfie Rocky j Mountains under the control of honest ! army officers; with full power not only j to feed, pUnisH- and protect, the Indians, but •Isiÿf.j'} jfyiptysh; (bp, whites, who are now shooting every red man at sight, stdâlïng UÎW MiS and doing «very thing to jarweipiMp, Upstiüti*'$ .in ordei to appropViafi; tmf fiwflbw fertig» on the \ Umatilla Reseunitiow,, IJe-ssid that unless immédiat« mcjmfo» ffern taken ! to ion fir in the. Iffdian/ntto *o the land-! claimed by M*ses aikFbis wtfriike band j _ --O I nd num ;d, with j Howard^ an ontbrenk second to Poo which has ypt occurred would ensue th fortboomiug Spriug. Moses' band mini lier SOO warriors, all Well armed, with ; tho latest improved firearms and ammo j a««n and rich in horses and cattle. j A Wemanwlth a M^w Pair of Shoes. When a woman has a npw pair of ebo«» • Ink permnn) altogether different from a man. Hhe deter shoves her toes into them and yanks and hauls until she is red in the face and all out of breath jnd then goes stamping aqd kicking wound, but palls them on part W iy oafn fllbè. •twitel es them'riff again to fake a last ie«lv tud fn.e'it'4tn» has got the right OMupntU »ti«m on -»gain, looks \t thhm dreamily, k^js jiiey are just'ri .Tit. then tflke% a« u j bur look, «tons auddenly to •»«utbp.^L y, vtrlukK jw-ats around and surveys them sideways. ekclaims: "Mercy! hpjf lonsa,phey acrt|" looks at them square ip front, works h r foot around so thpy won't hurt her quit« so ranch, takes them off, looks «t tho heul, the to«; then bottom and inside, pnt-s tbett on egara, walks up and down tho room once or twice, remarks to,her bet ter half that she won't have them at any prio#, tilt» down tho minor to see 'bow th ey l w fc; l ui m d u t m | T BIWl tl d 1 tion, ati tag . ' ">ps^p*ragatw^»a»«? tairty or forty farewell looks, says they make srftfc* ffttfei.. three or fou^nuretr wore, an<f Aks hfr h«ftb|Q^ lataiUil and then pays no attention to what he layer goes through U she'' mnht^i ii tout wWfcfMiwoiitffe fa*. -WmUdS press the poor, the fatherless, thfrwtd i owed. Avoid bargains for large cûntiij gent fees. They corrtf|t* Be not too technical. w » Ä tiMrai öoursB"«■ pursued with^.fthWl. %#nse ' firing^ pHat^ office cito .s'il I'M imoe, Baliuess men avoid the nollt «n, knowing that be ne?lcct*"bls Wsrrrtbtti'i tfiV i'«■ .. A -^WtVP 11 ^ 1 "" BtciUuu. The !a%Vr#'t he United Sùt#s require ! that au applicant for naturalization' be . fore, he cm be admitted to etri»en»hip, ; »hall sTiovr that he has behfvcdas a man of good moral character during his rrsi-1 | dence in this country. Upon an a pp! i-! | cation made to the I uited States Cir-, i-uit Court in Oregon (held By Judge JJcady, the District Judge), this Sunt-i | tuer, it appeared that all the other re- ' i quiryujenit; o< tho statute hat/ been com plied with, hut some doubt arose upon ttrtwsubj'lcé ot <*ood moral churactrr [t was proved that, in 1870, the applicant hail .»efch duly Mnvicted of perjury in (an Oregon pourt. and bad been there dpon sentepeyj to.I^ve years'imprison- : nient in (no penitentiary. On the other ment in the, penitentiary. On the other hand he produced an iiàf|ua lifted pardon hy the Governor of Oregon, upon which ! h * was released after an incarceration of fifteen months, and which was granted expressly because of doubts as to his \ guilt. This pardon he contended, made his crime ns though it never was, and forbade the Court from regarding the judgement of eauviction as evidence of misbehavior. There is certainly strong j authority in tho reporta of this view, ! but the District Judge refused to adopt , it. Mr. Justice Field, for example, de livering tue opinion of the Supreme 1 Court ill ex pane Garland (4 Wallace's Rep., 3,801,) said: "A part! on reaches both the punishment prescribed for the ofleuce and the guilt of the offender; and when the pardon is full it releases the puuislnncut and blots out of exist cnee the guilt, so that in the e yes of the law the offender is as innocent as if he had never committed the offence." Judge Heady held, however, that, not withstanding this lauguttge, thç effect of • pardon is not rotmapt-eti»«, and h'o denied the. application tu bo admitted to citizenship.-- Er. A Striking 4*rc>pliee,y. Macnuley once said rtf America: As long as you have a boundless ex tent of fertile, unoccupied land your la boring population will be far more at en«? than tho laboring population of the old world; but the time will conic when New England will be thickly settled, wages will be low and fluctuate, und sometimes many will bg outofwi&k. Then vour institutions will be brought to a test. Hard finie- make the laborer discontented and turbulent, au 1 incline him to listen with eagerness to agitators who tell http that it is a monstrous in iquify "frir one to have a million While another cannot get a full meal. When a-legislature is to be phortn, on one siik will be a »ta^wman preaching patience. respect Uve« od rights, strict iobsebv ance of psbliei tVith. On tho other « demagogue, ranting about the tyrannv of capitalists *■ *■•••" luxury while thousands id honest people ai o in want of neensaai ic«; Whtfwillbe lik. ly to be preferred by- this discontent eJ element, nu 1 vAtat sort rtf a'legisla 1 tv mid uruper^ asking why id ba permitted tà ?ivé in ed element, and ■V.Atat sort rtf a 'L ^ turn will you be Iik.t-.jy to •expect? fear in some siich season ofadver poilatiou will ineegase (jist n>s. Big I'otatocK. V Seattle paper say* : "Wo publish this item (or the beuafit. of our eastern readers, as ft will be nothing new to people who have lived in Washington Territory long. Mr. Harkne«s lias potatoe at bis cigar *twnd on Mill street that by actual mens.iremont is twenty two iuelies in circumference the small way, and th irty ii ihlies. or two and halt (cot iu circumference tho larger lengthwise, and weighs just five pounds. It i* perfectly so Bud and will keep a year. Any one desiring to see this po tato WO atop in at any time und they w-ill find our oieasuremetjts correct. This "spud" was raised by F. McNutt, of Duwambh river, along with many tathars of similar kind, but "perhaps not quite so large." Soldiers'I'rk k mpt ion a. -- Gen. Jutne* A. Garfield, in response to a telegram from some gentlemen in Wash ington tnterrsmd in the matter, t thtt,#il|owing , as bist Aopstritoi«» the born este* J law : A 2 ''Pejlln* »nt »ring tt.miestendsdiffer tley have ceased to be soldiers get a ,>e diers at the date of entry, ■w who béhome so afterwards, if they erye fiyo years require no tcsideuce. ['|te commissioner s decision is right. I I'd not frame the law, but qoacttr witlp luilge ; La wrence, who iÿd . i 4eWl«t<Ai ff fiolkaäe Âfe»a. j j Prf Si4*r per th .,..........isj j ! 35^' W ^ 8 « •• •••■" sivc, R. Coffee, per"» f,^ 0 t- > " " " , Clihue ffiço Aisles ' P m^ és» p ui 121 ........... It ........ Si ........... 221 Ul ..à*..«.. * 43 ■4 ....... U P«'»« ».....:r.r::.r.r * M " •' ........................ 4 >0 " " ......... r ,...... 4 00 (i ho to r 25 8 tl 16 : hjat.ijpor buyij<i .............«it» ro -.........3 rrr.rtrrïtyg* Joaeph'a Hiuict. [Special currespondcnco of the Chicago Time*.] Baxter Springs. Kan , Oct. 17.- On Tuesday last Mr. Flayt, commission- ; or of Indian affairs, accompanied hy Mr. i-! Kingsley, of th? board of Indian con)*' missioners, arrived at the Qdapaw ! agency, Indian Territory. They came with reference to'(he grievances of Chief ' Joseph, of the Nez Perce Indians. Chief 1 Joseph and his people have never been satisfied with their removal to the Ter titory, but have always insisted on being j returned to their old reservation, ae cording to the terns of their surrender to Oens. Howard and Mi'cs. : 'i'his cohdttion the department could ; not comply with, as there aro thirty two I not comply with, an there aro thirty two indictment?«, in courts there, against ! Chief Joseph and ! i i j- principal men, for murders committed hy them at the he ginning of their raid; therefore the next \ best thing to do was to Compromise in some way satisfactory to the Indians, for so long as they are dissatisfied flier nil! make bo progress in civitfevlon. The ormini."sion"rs propose that Chief Joseph j accompany them to tho head waters. M ! the Canadian, in the wc-teru part of the , Indian Territory, examine the lands there, and if he found anviluug there 1 which he preferred tu tlioir present n.s ervation (he governmet.t w mid remove them there. Joseph accepted the prop ositirtii. arid île and his Inttrpreter, Chapman, wont with them last nigjit. The probability is that tIit>y will "go west," as Joseph is obstinate and lias been determined from the first that lie will not remain 1 çre. llijs principal pb jeet seems to be to make condition* with the civil as he did with the war depart ment, believing that if the department concedes to him the situation qi' a reser vation other concessions can 1m'made to follow, the first of which will probably be a reservation in close proximity.»'to the blanket Indians: second, ponte» for himself and principal warriors, and then, with the first grass of the comint.' Spring, look cut for another raid across'Kansas and Nebraska t^ tlioir old re*.nation Our military most know that condition al surrenders only lead to treaty stipu lations that cannot be kept, anil which if not complied with must cud in war. Indians on the warpath n ust be forced to an unconditional..sui-jamler, must be deprived of their arms, ponies, and their annuities, s'ipped'nf their blankets, breech-clotbs and leggings—put into citizens clothes,—removed from the in iiucoco of blanket Indian« placed under tho care of an effiejent agent who will put them into 'dwelling houses, take their children from them and educate them in good manuel labor schools amt who will make the adults learn to he self sustaining, law abiding oitizousk The Modoes, alone, of all our Indians, have been so bandied, and they are the only tribe on the concluent to "day who are hot Indians. They are a peaceable, law abiding, industrious, self-sustaining pe pie, and have <july.baui in the hands of an agent since their capture in the lava beds five years ago .the 117th of uex' month. IXWi'T pOHJiin' IT. If you nre troiflafetf' with us-rvlmin <■--.» are pisheatened tirad of Iffr, f"»r death or feel I Ôut of sorts ns the sajiag is, you may safe 1 IV ronctudo that you have tbe Dyspepsia or I-irer Complaint, The liver is very npt | to become torpid this season of the year ns j poisons nrising from stagpnnt. water (,r d. cnylng ve|et«tiun are more iiilinoroos ned are! through iubaUtiou taken into the blood. Unless *lic liver is strong and ac tive. and furnishes a supply of fresh and pure blood to drive out the impurities, ihc shove mentioned aymtoms surely follow, nnd if not heeded, end in more terrible dis eased nod death. White's J'rHirie Flower proves itself the tirent Liver Panacea. Its action*on the liver is different, fi".o> nny me^wMiy eeen eonipoiwrlfdj Its cure? are trueljr woumlerfill. Try it.- Pricetwenty five cents and seventy-live cents. 43 fluid SoLptalpa Adililiotivl ILiuinitaff Sctip can hfi located without settlement, upon any yev urnment lands subject to entry by Homestead or Pre-emption, and is the only paper that car. be looted .without scttlcBiant' .in juoh laridr. Te ivll »ho detire to purchcsc I .will sell the , only"first class I,f such paper offered at S3 2s | per note for 80s and 420« ; $:l rfr per a era for, 40g ; iraetlons at special rates. Deed can is- j sue same day of locatin'. Patent is issued to' party holding the receipt. No other can sup ply » doed for. the lurid- located direct from j ths original claimant to whom the Scrip was' issued, end as much nfth.it class is now on the market, would advise oautioo in purchasing. Ihiy that only which will stand the strictest scrutiny. «»<1 is guarantied to th* UOTMftiS*. Tha other clasa *f Additional 1Ieme«eads ron be sunplic'l I sell known hy its dealers "floats at 82 30 to ti 85 per nore. Tho olass..... can not he sold at any such rate, and I will pay to any one in this section who is the original claimant, nnd desires to dispose of the same $2 90 per acre, anil in addition pay all lees. Do not fail to see my agents and investigate this matter fnlly, as this I* the ouly way to be come convinced of the purity of tho scrip of fered, and its advantage In tanking location My agent a'. Walla Walla is .M. c. MOORE. E5Q , To whom any wanting scrip may anuiv. u. H. TALBOT, . General Land, Scrip and warrant broker, Sioux Ctrv, Iowa I j can make money faster at work for u& than at j anythingelse. Capital not reipoiml; we will j staTt you. $12 per day at home made hy the ! industrious. Meo, women, hoys and girls j wanted everywhere to work for us. Now is tl.* ■ time. Costly outfit and tenus frt«. Addn-r.s i TntsA Co., Augusta, Ma uc. 1 u2V-1 r. IN THE MARKET. Loewehbers Bros*. Column. LOEWENBERfi BROS., TO THE EROVI' A0.1 IV. THE LARGEST —AND— MOST MAGNIFICENT ASSORTS! ENT OF GOODS PRICES LOW RFASiO\.| BLE JUST IMPORTED. THE FINEST LINE OF rnn -EVER OFFEKlin IN THE LEWISTON MARKET. LAMB 6Â&ÎNÔÏ Full/ 0? BK1NG 1ÎH F,D, CUR CRESS GOODS GENTS AND BOYS CLOTHING BO HI FOR UNDER AND OVERWARE, HARDWARE i -OK EVERV IDESC^XTPTLOISr I i AND OF THF. HEST QI 41.ITV. i..': i FAMILY GROCERIES Of every variety. LIQUORS and CIGARS üV THE BEST Jilt ANIW. F AR PESTERS. BLtiHSRITliS A RISEK'S TOOLS. r COUNTRY TRADERS Cau.iot do better than to call and examine our «took and prices. IF YOU BOX'/ SEE WJIA T YOU WANT ASK FOR IT. Orders from abroad promptly filled and with as much fidelity as though the purchas er were present in per We <lont intend to be out-done : in Quantity, quality or pricesol our goods, by any trad- j cr East bl l'orttatul we are assured that ttifitrf Uie «sauts «it (Hit-f liaslng piiliii«-. itntl n t tail (lit B@*CALL AND si^K US known vour wants «*» iND MAKE ; LOEWENBURQ BROS., LEWISTON, /. T. April Uttb, 18;s, j i J. Alexander's Column. LOOK 1 IFKK! AND SAVE VOLK l?IO A EVI J. ALEXANDER* Ilau Rough! Clouds this Scasoa low» And will sell as cheap as can be bought atiy where East of l-ho Cas cades. 1US GOODS ABE FIRST CLASS. His stock consists in part of GENT'S K BOYS' CLOTHING, Dry Good«, Roots & Shoos, Hats & t aps, LADIES A GENT'S FI'KNISIIING GOODS. HOSIERT Of every description. Carpets, Oil CloiBis, Mattings, FANCY NOTIONS, Kt'• 'Ki-IKS OK EVF.UY ÜESCÄIP1ION, Wall Pajief, PainR and i Crockery, liiircnswarç, • .... CIGARS AND TOBACCO Of the besrt brands. ' __ OCR STOCK IS COMRI-KTR, And was selected with a special re l'ercncc to the I i DEMANDS —OF THE— LEWISTON à COUNTRY j MARK FT in thi,. SECTION __ Ami they are now i.ffcretl at the lowest rates. Dont scud East to purchase cheaper or bet tor, for it will be useless. Wc w ill tak<* FaiTtitTs, W1JEAT,. OATS, BARLEY, BUTTERA EGGS Id exchange for goods at fair market rates. i * _ WE have also AGRICULTURAL TOOLS and IMPLEMENTS for sale cheap. GOTIK A* 1» EXAMINE And you wü) surely not feo Away Without Purt JiæGng, —The goods you need.— NO FURTHER USE GOING TO» THE ( vif ■ n lower towns lot j ufchasfi auy t BETTER or CHEAPER. fforncr 2nd nnd D Street, -o-lf LEWISTON", I.T. j Großteil,' ARinnnrd's Co|| The Best Bargain AJîD THE BEST GOODg —AT— , GSOSTEIN & BINNAR FIREPROOF BRICK STO On Second Street near Montgomeiy LEWrSTOX, I. T. A WELL SELECTED AND EXTENSIVE ST( Adapted to the want» oft la-A-IDIES • OF BOTH CITY and COUNTRY, FARMERS JIF.FHAXICg AND MIXERS GOODS 01 every dcseriptien. ' ' 1 \K UOUG11T LOW, PAID LOW Pit EIGHTS Axn WILL SELL LOW FOR cash. WE have the most VARIED EX. TENSIVE and best STOCK JTST THE CITY In CLOTHING, DRY GOODS AND ' C» lotteries i V»'f t au'i be excelled. The BUST of LIQUORS and CIGA1 s Sold by the PACKAGE. Crockery and Glass ware, SHELF HARDWARE, 1HOX A\D Si'KLL, STOYEASDTIÏI1WAII CORDACe, CAUPET1MG, .HATTING, HATS AID CAP*?» HOOTS AID SHOES, FOR LADIES, BENTS' & CHILDREN You can't mUs the ARTICLES yo» want ip our STOCK. REMEMBER THE ONLY FIRE PROOF BRICK STORE IX LEWISTON April 15th, 1878, if.