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BUSINESS DIEECTOEY
t ARCHITECT.
,i c v r . BROOKES. ''! i
a'Afbhiweti Cirll EmtineoT. kei
1 ' ' Office over the NaXiooal Exefaaiiira Bank 1
' ; ! i-ri ; ii i . i ii. i . in i. i m in') -iii f
BMa&& lAH"'!:ot '."""".
" OfBoeiTo. 09 booth Hih street AOfbosBam'
w.Ucivl j . ?ili . . . -i i - i .. n
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JAMB Cr. BUtL 1
..ATTVBNJSXtAT-UAW a mator.
m
OttlRD DetAN.'""" ' -!''
V ATXOEHIBl'-A'r-LAW A Kotary PobHo. "
'' Office Wr-outb. High street. Am bos BaUniiic
BEAL,
Anetioaeer and Dealer in BaiLEitata Bonis
hold UoKU,Jh)thiOf and Notii.iiB.7' - ' -o)
fii.r.-it . Oi7 Wait ii road street.
M ,17l J lTj.' ,- . . .. . , - p . I if - f .- 1
AJT : .iiarfear aad. Haw. Doss:
Hot aaa Col
jbaths.
iJasemeot tostoffioa iijildia. ,
-v:i -BOOK' BINDERS.?'
T7 "Book Binders T Blank' BnhV Minfnn
tarers.
tMntenand Pablishen. "J ! J -
i , - .-. . r. t Opera BnilMns.
boots shoes.;
V W . ' W 1 .1-;... .
I AA CnM.k i . . - .. .I .
JlessjM aesortmeaW
as sirtes, iow yhosK
4ies. sleasaaH..
-:T ..lip art txa
sAc.shsswtad 4wiu for food Boots, and Shoes
artJWesjJiiafltookjoirireoeived. . .-,;,(iJ
S76 South Hifh street. '
totI ei(t
(r AyUAAi..XiAiiU' -i .;
obiis'm '' 'A'co ';"'1V 11 ;' '"'3 t '
B "Jealor?irl FitteburVh and
Xrtko, iraia Tiieod Sumh Sewer fine. -:-
-, H.M bonk tlvsh street...
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
. ,. . ... . .... .
-TJT tilFtTCH 4k S)Wt,T: .?id o-lt i r:Ji:i -'!'!
XX Commusion, Forwarding and Produce Mer
chants, dealers in Urain, r'luur; ST W. Broad
atreeu s--.T-i. ,h.::.jv-:.j.j.
-pv n'kAxsrt4m -sjo i, : ai
JLfs, Jlanulaetarars and stealer jn French, Gt;
Suanahd American t,orets. Also , faop nkiru.
Umio i.-idl iii a:.rf a ..I ..aat 4pera tioiue.'!
ill S
'--crockery; &o.-
,if. . . 1 1 . .. .. . j . . . --
U.. Wholesale and Ketait -Dealer
TJueengware, 0il4S, plated Uoodt, Lamp;
v- ia .China,
ps and Lamp
lxtnres. ': - ; " 4 North tit
if u erreec.
VJ4 'Importer and Wliolenle ahd: RetaiF Dealer
la Orookary.Ohina, Ulais, Sutler iawdiiwods,
f!nlliU,mu M .
350 South High street.'
nr. tJHUVt AAO AXvXai .-.-J
.1SW
ABNAvit Ac iiiTl.UIlSUliK, ' ' 1 ?
Nn- 18 Kant Knmif fraaC?'
W o to he the to..
fMW sHJISN, DENTISTTheksststyreS
JTief xDeBtistrtKrinriuding Uonn's Improrej
khaarsl Plai.. Otfioe, 10 and ll4)pra Bloo.i
t'C.'K ,r.l
DRYGOOPS-.r.
"V. JUKKJUl' Ac CO..
VWj l eaters in Ur Qoosss; rTogonsjOsrpetsJ Qir
Ulotns, alatungs. bnades. oats, Caps and rurs,
corner Bign aud FrienuUela
fj'l
A. OSKtlUN r. ,
l'iJ iin-nr o; . 144 doath Hifh street.
sfattrnca.Od Clouia.Uurtaina. Sta le and
Xle ' W holesaie and. Retail Dealers in Staple'an'd'
r ahey Drr Uuods, ' and atanufaotorers of Ladies'
lteaav I 7? jnr on-.- 1 133. High sr
SMKHi'fit 8'. s f tOOS)l'r4tsk,. a
X?' .. r'. Krmm A Uo.caab dealervia iry tioods and
oti JvUM.-sxHibJfoiutnsiXeMi,.1 ,-,tr;
"tAWkftf WAeiMtlV, ' -; '.''
ti '. WhoiesSla . Ssteil Dealer in Dry Goods,
Jaog htQbu)lfliisllS and IU Sooth Mis
KS.')l3.oi.WIU4ill.,ilr:. .1..,
, Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
Gents' Furnishing Uoods. No. Weil Hods.
i y AsVCAalaas A'. UliAV Ac CO..
J(" Dealers in Staple and Fanor Dry Goods. '
fed .f-w
.. i;j ao. WBontfe rtMh street
a V. Ht.Avl.t,l oc CO'.53''-'-
A Foreign and Domeitie 4ry Goods, Vtotas,
r, etc. 100 a zsioontn nign street.
DRUGGISTS.
i'AT ahu sn-oss;. "
1 vOHN'S. HUnliBTiS.-
aoactiMaad ApetAeoary. . -: : l- L- " ' ;-I
,j . 354 ortk High street .
SHrLE SairMK,- r-w i ..iV
WsUJiASALliA Kb fAll. X)KUiaTa.r
lW OOUth ftlgn St.. UOIUIUDUS. ci.
. . W holesaie and Ueiail Drnggists, and V
inPruprietaryKedicines. " - ' -
alera
;i.sd 1:
4 North High
.rsm . J2NGRAVERS.l!
-' " .ti.fi.' . . ... . ..1 :
KICMfcat At JtlOOMfe, .. . .
..Designers, tngravers and Publishers. Nota
rial knd pther seals engraved to order. v:
. -.f a Una. 107and loi oath Htahstraet...
el.:
jfurniture; &c:
COLUMBUS 4JAMIWET CO.,
Mannfaotnrers and Whoresato and Retail Deal:
ara4j. A'axxuture. Chairs. Mattrasses. ete.
u Ao. ultSeath Highbt. (Opa House).
rviiin psTHnsTlJlgsccu..
Vl Manniaciorarsof arstolass Furniture. Whole-
Bsla and lie tail Wareroouis. 6, I and 8 Uwjrnne
lock. ...f : ' '
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HOUSE1 BURNISHING.
KVJ. -imta ibunu 'Ac 5s.yj'-'.p
Dealer- in Mantles! Stoves" and' BousS Fur
ninaGooav;Al.'lU.tJoipr and Sheet Iroa
Warn..
-. -. . : f r.aat aowu ttreet.
a' AAAiAiJJ Ac TUAtt'T. -
A.w Jdonssv Furnishing .Uoods,. Mantles. Orates.
voppet, auu duett iron, stoves and JUanUea.
' ' , .,' , Sontn Hish street. -
AkTVNi 1'AVLOU A HUFF,
Dealers in Hardware, House Furnishing Goods,
ilarble ana blate HanUes, Grates, Sh ves, Hot Air
V nrnaces. Ao. 30 Jierth Hiah straaU
HOOE'SKIRTS
T..sAEIkIH
XLu-..
klanufaclnrar and Wholerala Dealer in Boon
Kkirtji and Corsets. Also, dealer in Berlin 7..nh.r
SBA I SDOJ UIMWI iW duuui U1KU flUHl li 1.
. a . 1 inn .U T I : , . "
'BUSfeESS iI)IRECTOEY
"X
Oe Dealer ia-Mni-icsJ Merchandise. Boots. Sta
tionerj and Fake (yadt)esenU, Special Agent
for the celebrated EilaaHoire IMdHedal Sewing
Msmhlae. r-rr-v a rA-lpMAh. HissmtMak 7
HATS,& CAPS.
I ;HScesortoB.-4iSnO Dealer in HaiS.-Cbiws.
; Furs and btraw Goods 29 tiouth Hifh, street.
! ' (Sisn Golden HsO .
i ' HOTELS. '
3")
d3
Proprietor.
UKs'JYtvD 'I ATl:-OTEI.,
(JornoTsBigk and Towrf streets,;
r 4. BLUUNJ', Proprietor.
.'fil . . 1 1 1 1 1 A ' 11 r i 1 f 1 ii
ZfcTTLF.H HOU1E, -f
Corner Court ft ' Friend' stsl Xlommodions
hssBM aaVxtensiT stables. 1 v '-" . o 1
L. A. BOWERS. Proprietor.
UsSURANCE.
COHlMKCrlCCT' ItltTPAL XIFE ,
snranee Compsnjr. Assets. 18,(0o00f . .
,r.r. WM, JAMltSOS,. Agent. Uplumbus, O. A
NEWKIHH A niLTEKBKRGCRi
GEH kRAU AGENTS Seenrity Life fosuranee
uompany. ' v iimiujJ i- To. auaata 1
SOME 1NSUKANCG COTIKAI V ' OF,
Columbus, O. 1 apital and Assets, t4tG.tl4.37.
W. 0. M. BAKSK, fWy..- v.. ;
. );.: ) -. umosos.sI Opera tlonsei
MILLINERY GOODS.
, mJl.Monsr
Wholesale and Retail M illinery Goods.
191 S.
tilth street. Opera Hoose moeiu
UH, A. UOWNINO. . ' n - i- --i-
JX Dealer in slillinery. Straw Goods and Trim
mings. No-67 .North High street.
-f H: TVI.LKI1T, -
Dsalerin Millinery', Dress and Cloak TrirflJ
mines nd Fancy Goods. 130 Mouth Hub street. 1
MERCHANT. TAILORS.
i J!
I
SQHIFHADSF.N ft SOHLLEBEW,
' Merebant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' For"
nishing Good!
ioods,
. J, 23
K Korth-Higk street.
1 . . .,..!. .' k
c.
xr. NisiTAKiyeK, , . - .;
Merehant Tailor snd Dealer in Gents . Fnr-
Oiahinc;li.ojds.,AUokxentforthe Diamond Shirts.
WaW. v-f?. Kl HnmhHi.k,lr..l A
TI
HEfrfenRHeHilNTTAlLdKING
M A UtOTHlNG CO.. 185 H. Highst. GenW
suits made to order.' BJrady-made Clothing al-
wstysosJiand.
' ' ' T-. '
U3 TJ J-SHMtfK
)
.Merohanl
erohanr tsitndJJfiaJelnaQtbitii aid
Knrnisbing God.K .J". -J- . . v
' A-TWtift JoVth'gh'street.
Gertts'
NTEB.
ijflnf eonStaoafona
... .
unssoe ihi
NEWSnDEALERS.
ABDBtWg At IH)tln r
News Dealers. jtookcffierg and Stationers.
No. 66 South HTkh Street; next Moirr to Postoffice.
I71K1. tttiITIAV(V,
J? Mews Dealer, Bookseller. Stationer and Bind
er. Publications in both German and Enx.ish.
t A t- v asi South Hiahetreel.
U'rinHeWSt) fHMUV A C4 VVj V"A
t HanuRaatorers and Ileal erg la WVitina.Friirts
fng Snd WrSppii.ii Papers, 93$. 85 or th Hgh et.
tYrfceSrers Jo Rrmling , Bboft. Writing atfdTlha
Paeers,MA40JioihsiiihstreaU
m Siitr-I 1 Soath Blktt stresi".
i4W:sfc4,l fc4 ttii i'i
U,vi'ay?WOAPrit;B.i0T Soatfa-HiahAtreek
Potnres made. in every style and sisr. ...... .,
i'A i 4-.t " I'.ii .' X . r.ei.iifll'.vi . L
ALK.CHCIK
rtmocTaoW. 4Afe.rot Aes Gemste.eld'
f: jo.y4gtontB uvgnstfeot. i
t7KIX.MIWN!a, KV1M
AJia ). Opera tlouse.
Xreata Disea.es of the,
and Lungs. ' Also, Diseases
Ee,' tar. Heart, 'lliruat a
of.Wwo4 sndUhaidsaru
,iowana fJANOSsvi nnniiiG.
J WhsUesaUs.anU Kstsnl fles.lsr 'fori LirttecA
Co. t and, iiLue 4, Bro.'s. Pianos, Also, Organs,
eledoode sm erhes music instruments;"
v A -aa Morfh M;gh Oreay
U Asent foi
nicKericcs. ani
enng's and fcmmerson's Pi-
ani Ateb.'OrjaPns,
Melodeone -ane? Whee Mnsw.
, 3.tt4ourii bjighstreeur.
RESTAURNf.
TS KcKXCHAROlf: tl EST AUK AHT?
A,l Aiorar jalate iid' Hich rtreets.r it ttoru
, ra .... - .JJI aBLE t - Al VfcR, Propetof,.,
, oSEWING MACHINES.,
UTW A.
, The best In the wdrld.' Nos. 1 and Opera
Hae
UWMA
Wv' PIHMeLrbeneral Axentr.
"WATCHES -AND JEWELRY.'
. a. nn.u. 1
. It k CO., ,
In Watches:
fWTOfalertfn Kin Wstcbea.- rroelrs;-Jewelry,
Platedware,
Spectacles, Ac, Ho.
11 iiat Town
street.
CiAYfeSAr. tiAKKIflli'lON,"
I (HiiooesBors toWa, Blyan dealers in Dia
monds. Watch s, Jeweirx, Silver Ware and Speo-.
taolaa,sio. a Bail Honrs. : ' -3
rj' A' sY A-EqOKKEtlX.: V i'. .4
X7 Wholesale and Retail dealers ia Watches.,
Clocks and Jewelrr..' Ho. 71 South High street. , .,
STRICTLY7 WHOLESALE.
;DiJCuOFr VKOtl. A CO.,
XJVTioloanle Dealers in Dry Goods snd Notions
I . -' 3 snd 4 Gwynne Block. Town street.
DliED, JONK3 Ac etY..'i
AWMnfaetafrs and W holesaie Dealers in Boots
and Shoes.
No. Gwynne Block, Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
OTICB .IT'HEBtBlf GIVEIW .XO
aHwhom. At nlT concern, that th nitrr Runlr
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organised and carrying on business aa an Indepen
dent Banking .oinpany at the city ol Cleveland,
Ohio, uuder an act of the General Assembly of tha
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
iika-Stat Jtaak of Ohio-and other Banking Cont
jpanies," passed February 24th, 1845, being desirous
ut'etias)iakiag snd closing its Banking business,-?
to tl at end has- in pursuance of the statutes of the
said r-tataof Ohio io suoh ease made; -paid and re
jdeenssd more than ninety per oeni. of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said State of
Ohie-to.be ees1royd; andhave provided means and'
given-seeartty to the satisfaction of the TreMorer,
Secretary and Audit r of State of said State of
Ohio tor the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at lbs office of the National City Bank
of Cleveland, at the said city of Cleveland, where
f aid Cii Bank is located.
i Done by order of the Board of Directors of tha
CiyTBankof Orerelsnd, Julytth. Isa&V. -
jyll-dltawOnx iu-jii . ! . 1
NOTICE.
rm 4Jank or commerce, 'r 51
1 r'.'i " CLSTtXiAND, May 43, 1BB8.J i-
VJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TOTHE I
pi holders of tha outstanding notes of tha lata''
Bank of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
that alter the expiration of six months from this
date, application will oe made to the Auditor, Sec
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said
Bank the an elu deposited tosooure the outstanding
circulation ot said Bank in pursusnce of the fort-
trstr4l septiun of the act to authorise f re Bank- .
tug. passed klarch a let. 1851
I ' ,j .. . JOSf PU BDDima D. : . . -
; H. R. Hoblbuv. Cashier.
(inay25 d6in
JIhe Sisters of St. Marj'g,
Qr no. ktuiauj, sas-tjKriiTsv OF
Somerset, Perry county, will open their larae
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
the first M'.udar in September, 1808. ForBoardand
Tuition. t75, t80. 85 gud B80, according to the de
partment of the pupiL - bK. BOo. Snp't.
i AddretsBoxiSl. - sug3-dtf
pvANOlNQ ACADEMJf IS NOW OPES AT '
; ,'NAUCHTON ' HALL. '"
' For juveniles. Saturday afternoon, from 3 to 3
P. M . Gentlemen's evening class at AM BOS,
HALL, 23d inet.. at 8 o'clock P. H. " ooU4
latesman.
Ma S
Letter from George Alfred Townsend
in Regard to the Indians.
(Special Correspondence of the Cleveland Leader.)
WASHINGTON, Nov. 10, 1868.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 10, 1868. A TALK WITH AN INDIAN COMMISSIONER.
SIONER.
A few days aeo I discovered a party
jof InuUIBtin PUByIf(ave-
nue. One of tnem was sitting in an
asb-barrel on the sidewalk in a maudlin
condition, and a clergyman of my ac
quaintance saw in the Indian's posture
confirmation of a favorite theory of his:
I "They are descended irom the ten
tribes," he said: -,Be:hTld ! the custom
of humiliation by sackcloth and ashes."
A nearer view of these children of the
plains satisfied me that they had fallen
into a benzine quarry. One ot them
had an entirely red cloth blanket, in
which he held very much of i-tcrjiitch,
the same having refused ft stay ..dbwn";
ana anotner was engagea in scraping
gravel out of his moccasins, so that his
shoe presented the appearance of a
chicken -crop." ;j rf thlrtf af life? If
dians was a demure- l4achetir; "gtave
yet resigned as a man over the corpse of
his step-mother, and looking at the
rnins of his companions in arms he
showed none of that difficulty which be
set ourselves to know whether their
faces expressed a lofty grimace of scorn
or a plain grin of idiocy. He evidently
set it down as between the two.
-TUv'tntlamen- of, an aboriginal race
fidilly.gatlilered ".tlrtiri draperies around
them and disappeared down the side
walk, walking, with toes pointed togeth
er, upon the inside of their feet, and re
procctpg brflsrnsjy some figures of
that greed 2ortf flanee
1 remembered that a mend of mine in
the Indian Bureau had invited me at
some time to come on and see him, and
this picturesque episode upon the side
walk revived some ancient desire 1 had
to see the place of directory of the af
fairs of so many nations.
THE INDIAN BUREAU.
Tnrnino- nn Revenllf ItifcetitO jthi" Plfir
ent office, I sought thap- eorrfdor wlrtcn
threads the rear of the building, and
here, in a comfortable room, Brussels
cameted. reclining: in an office chair
and "rummaging Vj ftifoag irjiorrsj I
found the principal clerk, Sir. Ash;
White,
Mr. White is one of the old adherents
nd officials of the Indian office, having
traveled extensively among the tribes
and assisted in making many treaties.
His proper rank is disbursing clerk of
the Indian office, and he is lesponsible
Hot to the commissioner of Indian affairs
but tctoiSecretary of tha itrteriorj
Tr, tj. "Tiit foi hffl.ofi.rnhof llmraim
kboutfoiihuhdred arid 'fifty emplcryes,
J inly about fifty or whom are employed
n the general office, the rest being dis
tributed over the country at the various
ndian agencies, some as instructors in
practical mechanics, menders of tools
for Indians, interpreters, millers, mis
sionaries, schoolmasters, etc.
The salaries of these vary from $3.-
nnn to $360. the former sum beinsr paid
to the commissioner, ttW IafteV to s$inq
!.,.. lot J ..t.li-i 1 - A. Jt
01 tue naii-oreea interpreters.
1 In a few moments I was introduced
to Mr. N. G. Taylor, the commissioner.
lnguJyjpejpecieriacM iormeiiy
Methodist clergymanaiia afterward a
Ciember of Congress from East Tennes
ee. Owing to the war he was driven
(o the mouutains by the rebels, and up
wards of a year ago he took charge of
ibis important bureau, in which he has
B conscientious missionary interest.
It is a popular-beli(f, however, that
amons the older attaches of the bureau
4 those who belong to what is called the
Indian Ring of Fuller, Anthony, Mix&
Co. a system oi plunder has long been
practiced. The Commissioner being a
Subsidiary officer to the Secretary of the
Interior, s-jbuUUtle more, jhan, nomi-
fa tl juri8tSctlins4iupsprlobrt hu
manity are patent among all who know
him, and as fairly as any man beneath
Hercules can labor in this Angean stable,
ilr. Taylor has given it his diligence and
sagacity.
j Few men have more thoroughly mas
tered the diplomacyVof ittae Plains, and
the Grand Council which he held in 1866
was one of the largest collections of In
dians ever assembled on the face of the
felobe, possibly the very largest.
P T. 1 .i r i.j x. .u.
I It was ineir cession i iiuus iu me
Pacific railway, that fiery track which
flashes the,6jgnaltbat .the,. domination
ofjthe3 rel rp anj exists neJ Hra. jAp
possibly it was tne unconscious assem
blage of the Indian at his own funeral.
There he bade farewell to the buffalo and
put upon the prairie a swifter stallion
fhan his own wild pony, welcoming to
to the plains, with his homely formula
of pipes and presents, the courser that
is to put a belt 'around the world.
I had opportunity to talk to Mr.Tay
lor at some length, while he gave the
fresh expression of his opinions, as the
latest observer, upon the status of the
Indian on this continent.
I A part of this conversation I think
wjjrfljy feftrfp'rbdactfdp' as the most. ppp-fl
plar-fornr in which 1 can transrer to -you-
?ome intelligent estimate of the relation
of the Indian to the present generation
and its succeeding one.
TALK WITH MR. TAYLOR.
; ."Mr. Taylor, have you been much
personally among the Indians 1"
"Yes sir, I have spent considerably
more than half the tirhei' sih'tfe I entered
upon the duties of this office, among the
Indian tribes on their reservations."
i " You find much hardship and com
plaint, do yon not V
! Much, Kir ! the buffalo as a reliable
article of subsistence no longer exists.
In five years I believe that a herd of
buffalo will not any whre be seen.. The
Jndiapsraie. redox (dVog supplies tctthe
atelo
ope, tne deer, ana, occasionally, to
elk. Looking at this hard destiny
the e!
they naturally lay it at the white man's
door, to whom chiefly their poverty is
due."
How bo, Bir I"
t Well, tth" wild animals fly before
wild bufialo cannot exist iu the same
perspective. If they could, our people
turn out to kill the game for mere sport's
sake, while to the Indian these great
buffalo preservers are his precious herds
from which to draw suDststence. To the
white man it is reckless sport to kill
the buffalo when he wants neither hide;
horns nor beef. Great parties of wanton
slayers of the buffalo follow him out the
Pacific railway, taking horseback at the
various stations, and every shot that
thejj jire separates -the Indian from his
aiir.siBtpnr..V ---. i m.
I
M'Tbe Pacific railway' isreaUy an fof-
fensive" encroach ni'ent to the Indian." ,,
possession.
mnn1 to make a road across otr lot,''they
hold their reservations1 tr be' kbSolate
property, s indeed they are, given them
in exchanere. by ..Government. .We pro
jected the Pacific road, in their r country
without permissionr'an'd the errand cbiiri-
.t -MM t. -Ul A I., w. t iL. J.
cu xuat we ueiu iwu of lureu jears sg
was. to i arrange; foiff their removal and:
compose them tqit, ...,,r, .
' "lo the Indians object to taking new
reservations V '
Cert ainly, when ' they tttist : do It at
our-convenience:' "In d people -are more
fondly attached tot the graves of their
forefathersjWe fix them upon jreservA-;
tions, and. as -our resistlesa 'population
catches up' fo'their frontiers, our'van-
griardoftefr made up' of 'ruffians' and in
solent people, collisions ensue and then
the Government dispossesses the Indian
and pushes him; further toward the Pa
cific. The Irfdian mind1 is not1 so obtuse
that it cannot see that the world must
end somewhere. , Where will they .push.
the Indian when he gets to the end i f .
iV? You think that many.of the Indian
wars begin by onr disregard of the In
dian's rights t" - r.r. . ;
" 1 do. lhe majonty, it not ail,r the
Indian wars either begin in this way or
by: a failure on : the. 'part of the United
States to perform its stipulations.. -Take
the war at present going on at a large ex
pense. . W e wanted the .lands of the
Cheyennes and Arrapahbes for the pur
poses of the Pacific railroad. ;i We said
to these ! tribes in grand -council :' !jWe
will give. you other iards, and teach you
upon them how to till the . ground,, or
wnicn we wiji give ypu piows ana seea,
and also sheep and cattlei by which' y&a
may be fed till your land becomes' pro-;
ductire. ,iiJi;. i.'n!-j ia;ji--r--ii inn ,--...'.".i?
...Therefore the. Indian consented to be
removed, and he remained upon his dis
tant reservation peaceably so long as we
fed him according to contract. Suddenly
our appropriation ran out and we said to
the indiaa i ' WeHali -Trdwt0 unable
to-feed you, our money ' is gone Un
able, to live without nourishment, the In-
diAD8,in .melancholy bands, roamed back
to their former lands, an4 what did they,
behold 1 1 Our people',' pushing out along"
the :spme of the' rail way-,' following -np
the beds of the streams and the fertile:
belts; bad already .overflowed the couu
try.. Surprised and jealous, the Indians
regnraea it au witu wouaer ana myrun
cation.' Jl: 'V---
1 '5 .1 .11 .l. 3.'3 1 ' L?t?
" "Well ! they are hutogry, and " into
some isolated house they go- and ' say:
f We are hungry It we want toodl't iiere
is cause for affront. Perhaps the food is
refused; then they take it. . Or perhaps
too much is exacted'Terhaps there is
alone woman in the house and some of
the young savages offer.' violence.-' In
any event bad feeling ibegins, and war
ensues, involving millions of, dollars.
Isow, had. the. r Indians been , sustained
by the "Goveriment as we promised,'
alt 'collision would have' been 'ptevent-eiJ'i'.-.h
r i -.:(: ,i-.i tj',',ia n
1 "Whose fault' was it that the -appro
priation ran out I
' "The fault of the false position of this
bureau ins - trovernment jiaa never
had a uniform policy'toward the' Indians.
A "Succession, of expedients i has been
adopted from time to time to temporarily
Batiafyrvthe 'Indians,! but the.Commis
sioner-.of the Bureau la without influence
either with Congress or with the Presi
dent. f-He ia an officer of the Secretary
bf the Interior, who: meantime is busied
with the vast and complicated affairs of
Ins other iureau, -and courtesy ana cus
tom demand of the: Commissioner that
he should have no independent dealings,
but make all his applications to the Sec
retary; only: sin fact, Mr. Townsend,
the Indian Bureau ought to ba an inde-
fxindent department if i.i x. .-.;;; ;:i c-.-: -,
i' Areiits functions so relatively im
pirtant ?' i:a -.Uiy.b f i!:; ml; ,
; -'?Yes, sir.i:. We have as many treaties
with the Indian nations as with foreign
nations. An Indian cannot understand
why a political dead lock at the Capital
should make the Government break' its-
word. He demands the fulfillment of a
promise as between man and mad. . If the
Indian Bureau were even as . indepen
dent as the Agricultural Bureau I could
go to Congress and tell them the-neces-Bities
of my department... Nowi I must
often delay to satisfy courtesy at the ex.
pense - of misunderstanding, '..massacre,
and expensive warfare.' .:.i- . in
, "Have you any notion of what Bhonld
be a definite policy. 'toward' the-. Indi
ans :.--.;.,. .! ..; .---( i ;
! "It is the province of statesmanship
to meet this question. I am satisfied
that the transfer of this Buream to the
War'Dep'artment would be unjust, pro-
vote the helpless massacre. Of the- lndi
ans, and be altogether the most nnetates
' 1.1 -. i , -.
manime way to aeal witn them. - Here
tofore we have kept the Indians in . the
surf of civilization, driving; them ahead
of us,80 that their habits have not ceased
to be nomadic, r A Christian policy : to
ward them would teach civilization to
go beyond them and leave them in
closed by it. The Cherokees, Chicka
saws, Creeks and -Choctaws are' exam
ples of what the stable, stationary lndi
au can do." .' -i ::-(. ; ; ' -r,
--'fDoeB any great per centage of:;the
Indian s money get to. him i t''h r
', " There is reason to believe! that trad
ers get the bulk of it." Our laws about
entering the Indian reservations are hon
ored chiefly in the. breach: Any man
can trade on a reservation by getting a
judge and two citizens to certify that he
is an honest man. " With two barrels 6f
whisky in : a,r wheelbarrow; and some
beads the trader comes into the reserva
tion, takes a squaw to protect himself,
and begins the systematic work of swin
dling.' The cost of the Indian military
expeditions is erroneous. ''For example:
the military expenditures on 'account of
the Indians in the territory of New Mex
ico alone have exceeded four millions of
dollars every year since its acquisition
from Mexico. General Sumner proposed
to buy out all the white citizens and give
the territory in its entirety to Indians.
" There are in all the United States
about 300,000 Indians, or not three times
the population of Delaware. Ninety
odd thousand of these lire in the Indian
Territory,; where are ' all the civilized
tribes. The Sioux are the largest of all
the tribes, probably, numbering 25,000,
I suppose." '; ; i - 1
You feel, therefore, Mr. Taylor, that
this Indian problem is not too vague for
statesmanship to take np T -
; " No, Bir ! ; But it is too grave a sub
ject to be treated as a fragment of a du
ty, hidden away m a recess of the In
terior T Department Whatever defects
have existed here are allowed to moulder
and grow in the dark. Congress cannot
; jf'Yes tt is something, pat. offends
their yanity by impeaching their right
of riossession. ' As' we"wouldvIike. ho
rlisiniss tbis subject' in, an nour'a debate.
Only by' familiar J knowledge 'of the
Indian character can' we 'treat , with the
Indian, as an enlightened responsibility
cLemands-that -we should, sq, that the
ground may not descend.; to ua with, bis
curse upon. iU". f,;njj .,. ? ja 0
"What legislators j know;; anything
jaboivt the Indian question?'' if-,,,,.
I "The best informed legislators upon
the affairs of the Indians 'are Henderson
arid Ross in the Senate, and ' Wlndomj
Hubbard, Higby -and Nesmith' in: the
House.' Doolittle -was. very - perfect in:
bis explanation of this subject. A gen
tleman named Manytrernny is also a pro
found thinker upon J.nis subject." 1
I . "You have never employed' Indians in
.this Bifreau clerically!" fl '; "'"' " "
( VNo, sir .!". . t . . .J
! ''"To those ybb come to',Wasbington,
.doi'tliey accomplish' any good result I"
j! "Yes; they go borne with formidable
stories of the white man's powers, which
jdispqae the tribes to peace ,The -Indian
jis very., ignorant except of that which
is demonstrated to his senses. ' Hearing
of the big lodges, tha. great canoes, and
the -mighty encampments ' does them
good in a pacific way." i il
' I left the department, laden with the
usual deposit of reports in which lies
buried so much that is valuable; -i'-.
G. A. T.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
Io all tcbom it matt Ccfiotrn '".i--a
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
:. il'.o :.COl.rj:MB0S.-O.,P. 38, 18S8.tr
Kotiee is herebv siven that . proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus for mak
ing the following-improremeots, to-wit :
i For grading aud pavios the unpaved sidewalks,
f utters and crossings on Third street from Hickory
alley to North street; -
i Also, for grading and paving th unpaved side-
. walks, gutters and crossiug' on the south side of
nortn street, from intra street to rourtn street; -
i Also, for cradins andoavins the cutters and cross-
iings and graveling the sikewalks and grading the
roadway on Mohawk street, from South f"ublio lage
-u, ojoauiure BLreei..
i ' Also, for trading- and reoavlnc the" sidewalk and
gutter and cro.sin on Kich street, in tront of Lot
JNo.Bof Dennison's subdivisisnof ontlot No. -39: '
1 ..Alio, for grading and graveling )ho" roadway of
Chapel street, Irom t air alley to r ront street;
Also, -for grading -and paving the gutters and
enrbing on thasontb side of Chapel street and for
graveling the roadway from High street to F'air
aliev;
1 . A i so; for- building a 'double row - flag erosslng
across Linn alley at the east side of High street:
i The same to be done in accordance with- the plats
and estimates to be prepared by the City CiviiLngi
"neor. and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
: All Dersona claiming: damages on account of said
proposed improremeots, are. required te file thei(
claims in tne otnoe ot tne t-ierK. in writing, on or
before. the Lignteenth day of November. A. X)
1868. ,i(.v,.0. i-ZuM:
; o;t5 dltaw4w : - r .J r:i,.:-- ; City Clerk.. : .
Paving Notice.
Tb all wkowt it wuty Qonetrnz ; ,.
I,,.:. ....... CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. ( .
' ' " 'Columbus, O., Oct.' 19. 1868.V -
. Notice Is hereby given, that proceedings bavebeen
instituted in tho City Council of Columbus, for
tUHKIUH LIJO luiiunii g iujiruvi)iiaiiw, iunib.
t For eradins and navins the nnoaved sidewalks
gutters and crossings on Third street from North
street to North Public lane.
' Also, for repaying the sidewalks on the eastsile
of Front street from the northeast eorner of rront
and Tiiwn streets to a point b6 feet north of Town
street. ...
. Also, 'for graveling Honth street from Sixth
street to Seventh street. .
Also, for grading ahd graveling the roadway of
MaDla street from Biah street to Water street.
: Also, for building a double row flag crossing
across Noble street on the east side of High eireet..
Ai, to survey and stake off. South street frorg
East Public lane to the eastern boundary f the
eity " - -i.
The same to be donaLn accordance 'with plats
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En-
gin-er, ana niea in tne omce oi tne tny urerx.
All Deraoas-elaiminff damaaos en account of said
proposed improvements, are required to. file their
elaims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
betora, -lhe, , ruttt aay ot JUecemDer, A. JJ,
1868. ' ' - '
.-...T -.!' .! - ti..( .. ,LJ B. WILSOM
: ocua-uitaw4w - , vity vers
Paving Notice.
To all uTiom it may concern:
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. 1
if-ioif -i .- Columbus. .0.. Nov. 0,1808.1 -r.
! Notice is hereby fiven that proceedings have been
fnstitnted in- the City Council of Columbus, for
making the following improvements, to wit , . ;
For laying a double row flag stone crossing across
Center allay on the north side of Long streets -t-. . '
1 Also, fur bnilding a doubla row - flag crossing
aoross boutn f uOUo lane at tne west siue ot men
street.
Also, for" bnilding a double row flng eroding
across South street at the west side of H.gh street.
Tne same to be done in accordance with nlats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engineer
and filed in the office of the City Cierk.
All persons olaiming damages on account of said
nroDosed imorovements. are reauired to file their
elaims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the Twentr-nlth Say ol uooemoer, A. 11,
, " ';'; '" :"-'': ' " ' ' L. E.'WILSON.
: nov'S-dlta1r4w- , ... i City Clerlu, ,
Paving Notice.
i, ; .. ....... ".;. vi' i
To all toAom it mag concern :
' ' ''Citt Click's ypricB.r '
i - l! - . 1-' COLUMBUar; 0.i.Oot. 38, 1868. (l ,
: Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been
Instituted in tneuity uounctlot voiumoas,tor.mak'
ing the following improvements. to-wit:
For grading tneLorth halt ot ferry street from
High street to the corporation line.
Also, for grading and paring the gutters and
grading, ana graveling the roadway and. side
walks, on Mound street from, Washington, avenue
to tne east line oriotjin. io. - - ,
. Also . for a double row flag stone pavement across
Mound street upon the west siile of Histi street.
Tna Mim to be dona in aoonfdanee witn-ilats and
estimates to be prepared br the City Civil lingin-
j ct.j i . v. .it. . ... ri:. r.i i.
eer, anu uieu ill mo uuiue 01 iu vttjr vjioi it -
. All Dersons claiming damages on aeeenntrif said
proposed improvements, sre reauired to file their
elaims in the office of tne Clerk, in writing, on or
before. the- Ditteenta aay ot uecemaei, a. u
1808.
j ' L. E. WILSON,
! octflB-dlbMrtn. : .-: - w City Clerk.
BOOK BINDERIES. ,
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1: have you;
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Jfa. 31 D SIC. Ac, &e., that yon. wish to have
aonnn in-a -niae' firm binding, proraotlv. at low
priees?- ' Books sent for and -returned to-Sny part-of
tne city ny giving notice tnrougn nostoinoe, or at
the - - ....
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Koouss 34. 36,' 88 Nerta Hlgk street,
(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers', and Statesman
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to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound
to any required pattern, and superior workmanship;
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Orders fr-im Ctnnty Officers. Banks, Merchants,
nd all Officer! reouiring BUFthlOR BLANK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with our per
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I X onr patronage respectfully solicited, r ' -!
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I ocl3-deod6tn ' -.. I Proprietor'
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HOTEL.
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Fourth Street, near Iflaln, -
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
B&NRY P. ELIAS, - - - - . Proprietor
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient t bnsiness, and to all
points of travel, is the most desiriable stopping
Elaoe for persons visiiing the ciu. No pains will
e spared to make the stsy ol guests pleasant in
every particular. - - - myise-d6m
DRY G00DS.oi:-3i vLiiJ
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Nos. 23, 25,27 & 29 &HigkStreet,
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WOtl.D I-lViTK THE A.TEIIfTIO-f
of Purchasers to their nnusnallr extensive
ard dimnt aj.nnr.mpnt of
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Extra Rich Blaek Silks;: 1
Novelties in Fanev Silks:
Poplins and Empress Cloths; . , . . ,
French Merinos and Cashmeres;
English and French Merges; i :..-.':
Cbamellon Epingiines; . t vi L: '. " i
Rich Lyons Cloak Velvets; , ...
Novelties in Plush Cloakinrs;' '.' " ' "
Velveteens for making Costumes; . " -Astrachan
and Chinchilla Cloaking; --'i- -Superb
Paisley Shawls: . , "
1 Cashmere and Broche Shawls; 1 1 ' m' '
Point de Gase Laces. Collars and Sets; i . :
Harris' Seamless and Alexandres' Kids;
Superior Winter Hosierr . i,v r
Misses' and Men's Merino Vests. '
' i '. ii i t ,1 ; yit't ' i !! :
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( :ti let ;:. .,,; Wi!
, most, complete;
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STOCK
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, . Rouse Furnishing Dryl Goods; , t i, .
Blankets. Muslin., LireruT -HvS " ,U '
): Sheetings. Laca Curtain?, ToweitagS Aefja.
, Also, Trimminj Satins. . . .
ALL ATTHE
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VERY - r. LOWEST "PRICES.!
-Merino Undergarments of all' grades and quali
ties lor uentlamen. Liauies. uiaseaand Hors. Ana.
afresh stook .of Hoop Skirts and. Corseu in, tha
newest styles.
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CLOTHING.
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CUSTOM AND , READY-MADE!!
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MerchantTailoring & Clothing Co.,
" jro. i8s opiba. house BzdcAj ;
;r ): : . : Colansbas, Ohio.
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AsfJPKBBNEW STOCK af CLOTHS.
Oaeaimeres, Overcoating and Vestings. both
Foreign and Domestic, fox Fall and W inter star,,
j . GENTLEMEN"- OF FASHIOB" ''l1''
Will always find both our materials and oV work
to be in the; height of the mads. We a all spare
no pains in producing the most elegant and fash
ionable garments to be found anywheie. - L u
S BEADY-MADE CL0THIN&,'i
6f which a great part is manufactured by ourselves,
in the latest and most fashionable styles, wilt al
ways be found en onr shelves, in all the varieties
of the season at very low prioes.
I GENTS' FUBNISHDfG G00D3 :
In fall lines; always kept on hand.11 t'1 .!
,-, - HENKY MK 18s,. Superintendent.
I ... ,, . JOHN RICH Treasurer.,,... - i ..
.. ..-.-;- v. . G.PtBKS..Foreman-,, ".'
t -i-tyrt.
FALL AND WINTER S GOODS.
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(Lbthib g JBmp orinia.
N6.220 South High St., ,
j ' ' ' '""COMJMBIW; OHIO. '
IHATE XI: XT KF.CE1VE D THE
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this city, consisting oi .
French,
XlxiS'lissli. and -
AJomesstic Cloths,
CaeaimereAf Sco.,
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sell at tha low
est Cash prices.
Also keep constantly on hand a well selectee
ock of
! READY MADE CLOTHING.
I ... JOHK HONTEB, -
I jnM-dly 0 Sonth HUh straV.
' COMMISSION. '.:.; .
! WE LION YPENY, ,
Forwarding,: afld. Commisbion
MEItCIIAIST,
: DEALEB IK .
OF ALL
GRAIN
KINDS,
I '- OCB) WHHKT. Ac.'
1 i tpTce VM '"O- times for
Corn,W . , Barley, e oeto., . , . ,
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CEKT1FICATE FOB PUBLICATION
9 it i i .ArOTTOROK HTAtBH OTPICB,y'4
'A.ifiiTihiii UErsBTNr op Ixscrakce, :y,ij
"t" ' 0,11 GotcaBOS. 0.; February is; ISbST"4
It is koreby oertified. That the GovitrrnfaltFfre
Insuraroe Comnary. located at Jiew torkv-in- Aha,
Ststeof New York, has complied, in sir respects;
with the laws of this -.State rotating e each. Insure
anoe Comnauies, Sot the current year, and has filed,
in bis Office-a sworn Statement,' by the proper
Officers, showing its condition and business, at thai
date of such statement, as follows :
Annan.' of actual paid-op Capltal.'V. fltno.wxToo
Aggregate amount of available ass et.. ,l ,bl 490
Aggregate amount ot Liabilities, (inc. '
Re-insurance. w.. .1 ... . ..it.. .- Dn flofsi
Amount of income for ths pre ading year 01eaV Mt
Amount of expenditures fr he preced- r ., 1,
ng year- ;Jtsi,tS. 4?
In witness whereof. I have hereunto subscrit6?
... I. mi name,' snd caused the Seat of my
IibaxJ. ; OfBoe ta be affixed, tha day and year a bora
j,-.,-.'. written..;;. -,.-; ,.. ri oJ.,f h.iU
- Jfs- P.GODMAtr.Anditorf BtataW
By JA8.,Vii.ijam8. Chief Clark. ytngit
Geo. F. O'Barra & Co., Agents &
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A8 .10 THg BrglVESS HD APPXlig OP .Tas'J
pacific insurance coMP.;y;
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CERTIFICATE FOB ICBI.ICATlSlir
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ACDrTOR OF STATE'S OFFICE j
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.... ' ; . ' -'01.UBBE. bCJM.dSth. J66S.V. ,
It IS hereby certified, That the Pacifii Insurance
Company, Jooated at San Fraaaisoe. ntJthe But of
California has complied, in all. respects, with, tha
law of this State relating to such Insurance Com
panies, for the enrrenC year, and has filed in toia
ofiioe a sworn statement, by the proper officers,
shewing its eondition and business, st tba'aata at5
suoh statement, safoUows, gold, cutreooy.;,,. , ,
Amount of actnalpaid up Capital. ... tl.ooo.OOO 00
Aggregate amoootof available aaastst.i l.!0,i
Aggregate amount of, LisbilitieSi . . t&JM Ba.
Amount of ihcome for the preceding '
yr....;.......-...i.. .......c-j.:l',itosjot
Amount of expenditures for. tha pro-. . -
, aeding;year. ' gSSflfe 1
.In witness whereof. I have hrre aati anwaari taey
my name, and caused the Seal pfmg. Office. "
tsEAL.T to jbe affixed, the day-and SearBbova.
- , . -JST WILLIAMS, '
w .ii n . "Chlaf -ClefTi for AddiWr of btatei
Geo. F. O'Bam atto-gefcteg;
(Nauohton Block), " '' ''
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- . AS TO THE BUB1KE88 AHD APPAIB'OP tSbTIIT
NORTH BRITISn & MICASTIlJfe
IfSU A SCE' COM PAUT,
Of London and". gdfnburgh.
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICsT.iiST
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It is hereby certified.! That tha Kdrth BritafhT
and Mercantile Insurance Camnany, of London and
kdinbnreb, baa eomi lied in all rrsptets with tta'
laws o tbis State relating lo Fire lojuranca Coiirw
raniss of foreigbn Gevernments, for the current
year, inclndinl tna deposit of Oua Hatadrad Thou-'
sand Dollars lor the security of Pelioy holders re.
siding in the State ot Oom. and that the sworn
statement of its proper officers. Siadiu this aataww
ment shows its condition and bnsiness at tha data
of sack statement (Deo. U, lfrST) as Wlowst "
Amount of actual paid np eopUal.il U.-' zSdoni
Aggregate amount of available assets "3 80S 03 A&
Aggregate am aunt of liabilities....... l,Ttj21o -
Amount, of .income for the preceding, Or.i-.r-n
year ; J- OliT
Amount of expenditresforthepreoad..'lv . .- )1 ui
ing jear l.Wr.t66 Sg
- In witness wbereef. I have herwnta-ttil)eribed
my name and caused the Seal of my Office
8BAUJ to be affiaad the. day' and year abova
jah:'&6pma;
By Jab. WiiajaMB. thlaf drk. .n-rS,5 ui
Geo. F.O Oarra & Co.. Ageiitsr5
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