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ge the hope of reconciling Creek and Seminole, Choctaw and Chickasaw, under a common rule and a single flag.
Still more, their hearts go out into a day when tribes still wild and pagan-Cheyennes, Apaches, Kiowas, and other Bad Faces — will have ceased to lift cattle and steal squaws, will have buried the hatchet and scalping-knife, and will have learned to read penny fiction and to drink whisky like White men.
That day is yet a long way off.
A new policy has just been adopted by President Grant towards the Red men, with a view to their more speedy settlement and conversion.
This policy is founded on Franciscan experience, but adapted to the principles of a secular state, and the existing order of things.
In future, the Indians are to be received and marked .as wards.
Driven by bayonets into nooks and corners, they are now placed under the guidance of certain sects, who feed and teach them, and under the inspection of certain captains, who watch and shoot them, should they b