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OregquMwka ta Pay Back ou Waehlng
tM wkat She once Received from California, to-«rlt: Domes tic Interference. , Orsfigp, whço a Territory, and like otunckes obliged to play a second fiddle to an adjoining State, was always anx ious that her representative, we are told, should be in harmony with the Califor nia legation. We know that this is tV pH sé in Wyoming, as regards Ne braska; was the case in Colorado before she became a State; and is so with all Territories. It has always been so with people have always understood that a Delegate from this Territory, if ab variance with- both ike Administra fiou etid the Oregon delegation, could accomplish nothing in Congress; that his success would be proportionate tt|e personal influence he might exert ! tlierc. us he was not in a position to do j ill and, but ouly to ask favuyx. I Nolwithatuuding this fact, however, it i ,1 , B , , , . ' is generally understood that there is no love lo.it between US and our older sister, r Oregon. She has always,, it is claimed, I arrpgftted to herself the right to preside j over our destiuies--to make our interests i , • , I , , ■ subservient to her own— to place and -cep us in tlie very subordinate position of a mere trail to lier political gown. Vet it is uot Oregon that has done all W sf it is not Oregon, properly speak ing. of whom we are,so jealous, and who ek'eii now so positively denies us the right of setting u > political housekeep ing for ourselves. It is an unscrupulous mug of political plunderer- and monopo Mastÿ, who havu long controlled th. rvwWcàV patronage of that State, and of whom the people, as » whole, have at 'outfit tired as effectually as we have of our Konditioo of vassalage; and from whose thr.'Tdonj they have just now s - lut.dy cm time pitted th-Mnseive-. The Ihwgpn interests whiefi are so adverse oaiur owo centre at Portland; and the opposition to pur Stale movement, to our railroad enterprises and other popular projects have all come from this quar ter. The people of eastern Oregon have uo'jtSW, In this, and we may, thoref re, congratulât« ourselves upon thtrsuccess of eastern Oregou in securing a Senator, ftl'nxtor ©rover and their present repre sentative, also stood in about the satue relatton to us as does Senator Slater. Fortunately the tables have at Ieugth been turned in our favor, and we may iixpect great results in the next two years, if vre take proper advantage of the presout opportunity. Senator Sla tbr Wilt ctert a marked influence in Congrew in no wise secoud to that ex erted tty Senator Mitchell. With him rlff|r«fnr« depends to a vory largo extent ijld atieoess of certain very important measures with us,— Pacific Tribune. it '.lt-i* w-ll that the Washington press twt'tigiatiiog to be conscious ofthesilout ptipor the riohemers of Oregou, and es 'pi'cialby'of Portland, have wielded and t j*R* now wielding over the destinies of jJVf^qngtOn, to the great detriment of .tbei latter. Take for cxumplo the lato SJMmM ho Constitution. The counties bordering Oregou with ono exception are th<f only ones that have east a ma* ! joritÿ vote against Washington begoui State. -The whole force of the ^monopoly power of Portland which finds »pridit upon the resources af Washington ♦to'-äggr«nd«e Oregon, was brought to hcif'ftjjalnit the Constitution. In Walla Valla it ptifled the freedom of the press, and, without giving the text of the Con a «^t(ition so that it might be understood by the people, and what was said hv the press was only in ridicule of the Con . Area HOD who framed the instrument, and ' Mdverslons of »he meaning of the Cotx »-'hWiPÛyn -itself, -and induced the judge district to deseentt from the bench and upon the stump proclaim an .jiot^rpriaction .of the instrument that no -aMihool boy of sixteen yea s would dare dive as a just criticism. by these mcaus hj# Minded the people of that county ; T'te. .gainst their own true- interests t tb • interest of these m mop-dies. I! /ClA G d, will» a few tvunties **>♦'» p wer spent itself, find ■ p • .. 'u - ui t ue Territory spoke |Jj/y r^.-cü tHlien'..- I .• the Constitution ■v ni tit. hr i limel,and the instrument has ft] II nd rseri by a handsome majority. AH Iu the Name Boat. 0 riJI he foue I, • in and **e *»**>vvtB I.Coi iiliHt è -il I e pe|. rs - 'J -tute ..via. »hubuDem - -oil .es ii. have thrown void y r '-ly-iu Ihr Mit» movement oi IV»»h iiegton, especially as the electioa was ap proaching. The Oregonian and Standard • did each, in an article a long time ago ad vance arguments in favor of Washington as a State. Bui they spoke then ns independ •nt journalists, aud had uot their cue from the twnpoliste upoa the question They would net have dated to republish the same article* two weeks before the election. 't'tianksgiviug Proclamation. BY TUB OUVKBNOB. The President has set apart Thursday, the Twenty-eighth day of November instant, ns a day of Thanksgiving and prytiyy to God for the nhundaot and varied blvs-ings that have crowned the year. Ifecognoping the sublime fitness of this net of national con seem 'too. it is recommended to the good people of Idaho that they suspend their ac customed employments, and devote the day to solemn and grateful religious sert ice; the practice of charity; to the forgiveness | 0 f injuries; to the assembling of families; !_"> the recognition of », riaiiùet ; r to tigt- eu joymaut of those temporal arid spiritual blessings which Divine benefiueoce has so Itottirtmillv given. Peace, prosperity and returning health ft.ess tile land. The hand of savage war has been stayed, amPthe people rest sentie The pestilence that swept across the southern horizon scattering firebrands nr r0 " 3 ,ln, l death, has spread its sable wing departed, flic fruits of an auspicious sea ij''',' b n c *" 8* lbe red in our valleys, and 'he hidden treasures of our rnountaius wrought out by the hands of industry, In the perfected union of these Stales; in ,,1(! "'didit.y of our free government; in the P'cs'rvation of human rights and liberty; jj! ' e VVVIT* S f -° f cducRll °" an 'iI ennobling I'leas; In the triumph of scientific research ami discovery; iu the recognition of the ;ogrt great truth that Ilightcousness cxnlteth nation vn- may find reason tor gratitude for the past, and of hope lor the future. In 1 cstitnony Whereof, I have hereunto set my name and caused the tirent Heal of tho Territory of [L S ] Idaho to he hereto affixed, at tested by the Secretary. Done hi Boise Oity, this Fifth day of November, A. D. 18"H. l!t-st, M. Bhayjuk, It. A. SIUKUOTTOM, Heere t«rv. Division by State». Politicians are speculating en the chances 1 1 the respective (nifties in the to e-idential contest of 1880, should the eh 'tint go to the house of represents» t'VM tor decision. The Henuldicnns in Hitt event, would control the following named States: Kuns-is. Maine, Massachusetts, Miehi g in, M iiiufsn'n Nebraska, Nevada New Hampshire, New .Jersey, New York.; Pennsylvania, l'hnde Island, Vermont and Wiseon in—18, Democratic States in the house will be these: Alabama. Arkansas, Georgia. Indiana, Ivenlucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Missis sippi. Missouri, North.Carolina, Oregon. South Carolina. Tennessee, Texas, Vir ginia, West Virginia, Delaware and Ohio—i 8. Florida is divided, one Republican and plus Democrat being elected to the house, wbieh would neutralize the vote of that State, The only remaining Stc'te is Califor nia, which will elect tnetuhprs of the house of représentatives in September next. There tiro four districts in the State. At present the members aid equally divided. At the lost* election tho Republicans carried three of the districts, but. the partisan majority in the house unseated one of their members and "cloeted" « Democrat in his place, In case the presidential election should he thrown into the. Louse California will decide, unless her next delegation he equally divided. The contest tor a ma> jority of the districts in California will there flirt! To a sharp one. Rut, it is not vory likely that the elyetioo w^l devolve upon the house. The third party will amount to nothing, aud one or the other of the two great parties will pretty o r tainiy have a majority in the electoral college. Should the Republicans carry in 1880 the Stales carried in 1878, they would have the electoral college by a great majority. There are two States,-»Ohio and Ore gon,--ranged on tbo Democratic side in the vote hv States, whose electoral col leges tlie llemocrats cannot carry. And there is another—Indiana—which upop a straight contest they may lose. It huh been going Democratic of late because tho National partj' has lioee- recruited mainly Iront the Republicans, who iji that State have hitherto tried to dodge the financial question instead of mooting it boldly—a foliy they will never com mit again. The Natienal party, so call» d. will cut no figure whatever in the presidential election. Its bri#f day is ruu.-- Oregonian. Wk auk in Kakhkst—F rom ottr ex changes we learn that the pebpte of three counties of Idaho which are proposed as a part of cur coming State, have mad* ar rangement« to vote on the question or the adoption of our Constitution to-day. It Is generally conceded, there as here, that the voie Will he nnantmoh* iu favor of its adop to it» The Tili.sk, the representative jouf fisl of that section, is a strong'advocate of the movement — Pacific Tribune. 4LO\ZO LEL4i\D, Attorney-at-La w, I.EniSTON, IDAHO TERRITORY. Will practice in all the Court« of North Idaho, and also th** Supreme Court. Also Commis sioner of Deeds for Washington Territory in and fur Idaho Territory. JOHN BRÜ4RIÆ1 BROKER AND AsSAfER V tV. for. .tlanti.nrrr A Poartti Street». II W/STOX. /. 1\ U if Re-Opening a Thoroughfare. In order to guard against results utterly Subversive ol health, it is absolutely essen tial that the graud thoroughfare or avenue of tlie system, the to «els. should be re opened as speedilv as possible when they beeorae obstructed. It they are not, the bile is misdirected into the blood; the liver becomes tor| id; viscid bilious matter gets iuto the stomach, and produces indigestion; headaches ensue, ami other symptoms air produced, which a prolongation of the ex ci'iug cause only leads to aggravate. The aperient properties of Ilostetter's Stomach liitters constitute a most u-eful agent in overcoming constriction of the bowels, and promoting a regular habit of body. It is infinitely superior to the drastic cathartics frequently used for the purpose, since it dues not, like them, act violently, hut pro duce? a natural, painless effect, which does not impair the tone of the evacuatorv or gans, which it invigorates instead of weak ening. The stomach and liver, also, in deed the entire system, is strengthened and regulated tiy it. 2 lm. They all Take it. When the system is ruu down to that extent that you pass sleepness nights, are nervous und irritable, have gloomy fore bodings. sour stomach, sick headache and 'dated tongue, do not enroll yourself ns high private, iu the rear rank, under Gen eral Debility, but cheer up arid try White's Prairie l lower, The Great Liver Panacea, now for sale iu every city and town on the Goutinent. N'o medicine ever compounded is half its equal lor the cure of DYSPEP SIA and LIVER COMPLAINT. It has a ipecific power over the liver, and by cur ing the liver, Dyspepsia and all other dis uses arising from it, vanish as if by magic. Sample bottles are sold nt the small price of 25 cents that will convince you of its merits. Largo size bottles 75 cents for sale everywhere. 41-tf, Lewiston Wholesale Prices, <'r, Sugar per It) .............................$ No 1 . Island " ....... No 2. " " ............................. No 1 . C. K. Coffee, per lb ............ No 2. " No 1 . China Hice *• .................. Dried Apples " , ............... " Poaches " ................. Coarse salt, per 100 th.....................3 Fine *..... . 4 L 22 * Nails, per kc^ ........... ('»»lie:», per bolt, per vurU ... Cabot A. " " «« ... $11 50 tu ....... ïÛ to ........60 to P>lea Muslin " Wheat, par bushel ......... Potatoes per 11> ........ Putter " Egg« per duz ........................ Columbia River Conference ACADEMY. Tho Fall and Winter term of this Institution will begin at* GRANGÉVILLE I. T. NOV. 4th A thorough and practical course of study has boon nrrnnjfcd. The PREPARATORY DE PARTMENT will be in charge of Kkbkcca E. i\ ii.KLo.v, recently from »South Rend. Ind., while Miss R kin Ufa tit. a graduate of Helen's Hail. Portland, will teach INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC und VOICE CULTURE, l'upils can thus unite the advantages of an Academic and Musical education. Hoard can be obtained at reasonable rates. TERMS. Preparatory Dept................ $10 00 perqunrter Academic " ..........?.... 12 Ü0 " " All bills due the middle of the quarter, for the whole quarter. For any time less than a quarter to be paid monthly in udvauee. J. J>. Flknnbh, Principal. GREAT BARGAINS -IN-. SADDLES AND HARNESS —AT— T. S. BILLINÔS NO.\TGO)lEUï ÜTIi'ËET, IEWISTOX, r. T. IMPORTER ^MANUFACTURER —OF THE BEST-» SADDLES and HARNESS, AVlIIPS, RPf'RS, OITRHYCOMBS, BRIDLE BITK. fiTIRKL'PS and HARNESS TRIMMINGS EOR su.i:. CARRIAGE TRIMMING Done on short notice. REPAIRING OP ARTICLES IN HIS LINE. ALL SALES and ALL WORK nt LOW PRICKS. Folly to go ELSEWHERE to PURCHASE. April 13th, 187S, tf. [ oan wake money I'muer at work for us than at auytkingcDe. Capital uut ruqoired; we will start you. $12 per day nt home made l.y the tuiiustrioua. .Men, women, hoy. and girls wunted every where to whrk for us. Now is the time. Costly outfit und terms free. Address Tnu* A Co., Augusta, Ma'.uo. v2-nI9-1y. J. K. VINCENT. AUCTIONEER, LEWISTON. I. T. ALL BUSINESS ATTENDED TO A Promptly and Faithfully. 1 -tf .businessyou can engage in. $5 to |t$'-C per day made l>y auy worker ol 'cither sex. right iu their own locali ties. Particulars and sample» worth . $5 free. Improve your spare time at thil business. Address Stiksox A Co., Portland Maine. vî n29-ly. I.oe\venberfpBros\ Column. LOEWENBERG BROS. TO THE IROVT AG AIM. THE LARGEST —AND— MOST MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT OF GOODS IN THE MARKET. —AND— PRICES LOW REASONABLE CiOO DS JUST IMPORTED. THE FINEST LINE OF DRY liillllh —EVER OFFERED IN THE— LEWISTON MARKET, LADIS3 CANNOT FAIL OF BEING SUITED, . OUR DRESS GOODS (S/ftMiT il OfeiEILILi®. GENTS AND BOYS ' << Î CLOTHING BOTH FOR UNDER AND OVERWARE, HARDWARE —OF EVERY— DESCRIPTION AMO OF Tin; UK.vr^F mr FAMILY GROCERIES Of every variety. LIQUORS and CIGARS OF THE BEST BRANDS. OAR PEWTERS, UL.AOKSM1TI1S & .AllIVOR'S TOOLS. n COUNTRY TRADERS , Cannot ilu better thuu to call and examine our stock anti prices. IF YOU BOX'! SEE WHAT YOU WANT ASK FOR IT . Orders from abroad promptly filled and with as much fidelity as though the purchas er wero present in per We dont Intend to be out-done In quantity, quality or prices ol our goods, by any trad er East of Portland, and we are assured that we can meet the wants of the purchasing public. BACALL AND SEE US AND MAKE KNOWN YOUR WANTS.-«# LOEWENBURO BROS., LEWISTON, I. T. April 13th, 1978, tf. J. Alexander's Column. LOOK HERE! AND SAVE VOI R MONEY! J. ALEXANDER. lias Bought Goods this Season low, And will sell as cheap as can be bought any where East of the Cas cades. HIS GOODS ARE FIRST CLASS. Ilis stock consists in p»rt of GENT'S & BOYS' CLOTHING, Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Hats &. Caps, LADIES A GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS. HOSIERY Of every description. Carpets, OH Cloths, Battings, FANCY NOTIONS, î - GROCERIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Wall Paper, Paint» and Oils, Crockery, Queensware, CIGARS AND TOBACCO Of the best brands. OCR STOCH IS COMPLETE, Aud was selected wilh a special re ference to the HUMAN I)S —OF THE— LEWISTON & COUNTRY MAUKET in this SECTION, And they are now offered at tho lowest rates. Dont send East to purchase cheaper or bet ter, for it will bo useless. We will take Farmers, WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY, BUTTER & EGGS la exchange for goods at fair market rutes. WE have also AGRICULTURAL TOOLS and IMPLEMENTS for sale cheap. COME AND EXAMINE And you will surely not Go Away Without Purchasing, —The gouds yuu need.— NO FURTHER USE IN YOUB GOING TO THE LOWER TOWNS To purchase any BETTER or CHEAPER. J- ALEXANDER, Corner 2nd and D Street, 23—tf LEWISTON, I. T. ©rostein ABlnnard's Col The Best Bargain, AND THE BEST GOODS —AT— GROSTEIN & BINNAR FIRE PROOF BRICK ST0 On Second Street near Montgomery LEWISTON, I. T. A WELL SELECTED AND EXTENSIVE STO Adapted to the wants ofthe Xj-A-IDIES OF BOTH CITY and COUNTRY. farmers, .tir.cii axick AND MINERS GOODS 01 every description. WE ItOUGUT LOW, PAID LOW FREIGHTS AXI) WILL SELL LOW FOR CASH. WE have the most VARIED TENSIVE and best STOCK 1 1ST TIIB CITY. In CLOTHING, DRY G0Ö" AND Groceries We can't l»s excelled. The BEST of LIQUORS and CÎG Sold by the PACKAGE. Crookery and Glass ware, SHELF HARDWARE, iROJV AND STEEL, STOVE AIV DTI AWARE CORDAGE, CARPETBAG, MATH« HATS AAD CAPS. BOOTS AAD SHOES, FOR LADIES, GENTS' & CHILDREN You can't miss the ARTICLES want in our STOCK. REMEMBER THE ONLY FIRE PROOF BRICK STOKE IN LEWISTON. •M>ril 13th, 1878, tf.