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III AIToKJii-V-AX-LAW 4 Notary Poblio.
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Offioe W f- ouib Umtt tueet, Aiuboa UaildUs
AUCTION 'AND COMMISSION
TT 4J. UCALt ii ---'.t aw;1 .it,!
UeaWBwwiai Deal or in Rati Krtate Hoeae
kotd.Waajia. VlDtluac aad-Sotiuwa; tf? 1 t
Mo. 1 Waat Broad itraat.
i bath rooms. h-t
iLBHvk ma a En.
V7 barber and Hair Dresser. Hot and CoIj
iiii imnowdi rwwmcv s.uoiBi.-
;i q ; book binders: 7 : ; s
O rUoek BiaAen iBiaak Book Manmfaoturen,
c Opera Bjil Ung.
"BOOTS & SHOES.,1: ;
1 -144 Soatn Hivh.lirMi&. JnknMrimul.u
. efttant assortment . ew aiylei, low prioe. ,
diva, please call. - fcj ' r ' - "
U lis tbe noted boasa fur food Boots and Shoes
at ka prices. ew Block junreoeiTed. '
; .-c 174 Soadi Uigh street.
K4BlliMiN 4k CO r
Dealer in 'Pittsburgh aod'OhioCoal.' Alto.'
CoAe, Brain Tola and Stone Sewer Pipe. ' " ' - -No.
441 anrtb Hish street;
CUMMiaSlUJOIEiU; H AJTS.
e : Commission, Ft rwarding and Produce Her
anaata, sVaaian ia Grain, Floor, to., 87 W. Broad
traew. . . . - .
jLa .Mannlaotarar and iMaiers ia French, Gar
auau and Aineiioao Uorset... Also, Hoop skirts, i
...i.Tw.TT, ll .ipera House.
L;T 5 CJOCKERY, &c.
t7 ". k lit'a-o, .
Afi Wholesale and Setoil Dealer in'Vhina.
Qaeei aaare, Glass, Plated Gods, Lamps and Lamp
ixturea. , , i:..J 44 AorJi rJin street.
al.rllll', i -.'-I
Importer and Wbolele and Retail Dealer
in Crockery.-Cuina, Gbua, Catleryi Plated Goods,
Coal Oil Lamps, Ae. '- - - -
140 South High street.
il 1.1 iol
TVAHNaH A: 2:lTlSllI4tcHV ""-' ""'
Jmbi:i v. ia Kaat Bread atraets''
.Waaia to bathers.., i :.-.0
-H 1 W UfJufl, DENTIST. Tbe best style
Ve- or uennstrr, lnntudiog Onnn's Improve.
Asa4ral Piaosj-iOmee. 10 and 11 Opera block.-n-
"DRY, GOODS. 1 11 '
fai JbBK4a,v 4fc 4XK, " 1
V Deaaaraio Dry Geods. Notion. Carpata, Oi
Cloths, i at tings, fehadea. HaU, Caps and. .furs,
orner Hign aud Frieoa street.
-r a. atBtaaa jk- '.. -t -
J i ...... 1 BMthHib street.
Carpets atattings.OU Clottts.curuuus, rila laou
f 1 I 1U 1. . -
1 'A.4L W. It. t'AV., . . ... rl ...
AIL. . Whalaaalaaad Retail Dealer in Staolaaod
aoevprt Gooiia; -and atanufaetarere-ef Ladies'
g lil.HH f "-"ai.i"
1,MSJs4'l'44 Stl'. ISSCV UUllllS s A'sstAav.
JD F. Aram k Co., cash dealers in Dry Good and
foti as. 186 south Fourth street. , .
-i as.M ajair'a-.M . !. ' J
fj r- Wkelesala -o4 Retail Dfalar' in Dry Go is,
SbwajUoaBuildinaj Moa-118 and-lM South-At (A
SW t--"'-T 'ii-ni.i .( -i - - : r. ,..!:
t av.kOf 4c 1 IbUSN ' - '-- 1
AV Deal an ia Maple and Fancy Dry Good and
UeaU r uraistuo Guuos.Xlo. 4 IN Ml House.
i lLAJmMta r, fc4t 4t ja.
Jr iesiar( i tiaapsa aad Feney Dry Gods. ' ;
I . ; .or. I r ;jo-y SwuhttigA-straat.
jfa-e Foreign and Domestic lh-y Goodi Cloth,
i urH, eio. SM a S&i ai-uth Hick street ,
a-.kAd tj aa - -r. - -
J- Paucle's Drug Btura. 180 South High St. Pie-
aaripiiuusearaiuUy ooxayouoedataU hour.
WflULtB4L,ll Kfcl'AlL DKUGG1STS.
i '' la Soota Hih et, Coiumbus.O.
BsaAUN. s44 sjaa,' 4k C,,
W bolesaie and Hetail Dzuagiata, aad Dealer:
in Proprietary Aiedictnes. ,
. -- 4 North High street. 1
RICHES 4V MOUSSE,
. Jjaaignars, Lngrarars and Publisher. Kota.
rial aad othar aeaia attgrared to order.
7? . r - - . - No. 107 and lo Sou Hi High street.
GILCHt7 CABINET CO.,
kUnufacturers and Wholesale an Retail JJoar
ars in a unitura. Chairs, aiatu-aaatw, to.
. no. ml South Higb Su tL. era House).
Ol0 FSJMftl'l CaAav sjo., - -- .
first class Furniture. Whole
sale) and .Retail V areroouia. 4, t and 8 Gwynue
Block. - - ' " '
'HOUSE 'FURNISHING. ;
i B. Aansimwn, 4: -
M. '.....I U .1 .j. . rw
' watcTi in ""ww. ouitcs ana nouse rvr
nisbing Gooas. Also, TiovCopper and Sheet Iron
Ware. ' '" '.-. AastXown ttreet.
Furnishing Gods, Mantles. Grates,
Coppar.'Aia aad bUaotron, Stoveaaiid ManUe.
ion Seutb UUh 'treat.
a.TON TAKLOB 4V HllfF,
- isairB in nirawavrvi " a. mumuili um,
tlaibi ft biaU IUaUm, UrtUM, eit-T4. Hot Air
jVaa . .... . 90 noru Uiaib ttrakev
g lirBalaJ I I av i r -
Mannfactnref"knd WboTfi1a Dealer in Hnnn
Hkirta and Corsets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zeoher
abd PanorttonaatllO&rath lllglists' M
HAVE SSEMOI fMICHINllJ
O r. AXTELL, TT tr.
jax.i-eia.t t-t to
tier in Hu.oioaJ Herrbandtsa. Boots, Sta-
Bi Pansy Goods senemlly, peoja! Ao;ea
llebrntertKlieii-rloWa Oold MedaV Jewins;
We Dealer i
Machine. No. SHI SootA-Uiaa trart. eor. Rioh.
"j THATS & CAlS.i3rWA
I I U3. J. ai a- f . f
t'ars and BUaw G'oods 12 Sooth Hign street,
i .J i ; t . : SinHiolden HU
IN pposite lejiot.
' -f i - J F t J- iiiUAVillSON, Proprietor, .v
Mrto si iioi ki,, ...
Corner Bigb and Town streets.
5 B. J. BLOUN f, Proprieton
' " j. 11 . 'i ' ' 1 t
ZbTVlUFK HOUoK . ) . ' ;
Corner rourtb A Friend its. Commodious
boas and extensire stables.' ' ' -
in. L A BOWERS. Prorrietor.
nONBEOrtCCT IIDTDAI iirE -i
I 1 innnM Hnmiun Awli ftlAIOOhOA ' "
I WM JAMISON, AcentaUolnmbav.O.''
EWKIHK nil,TEnEKGER, - .
GEN tKAL. AGEHTS Secnritr Life Insurance '
Company. . ,. tin. S Opera floose. .
Hone iksckancu conpAw or
Colnmbns, O. apital and Assets, HmfiU.H. .
W. C. M. BAKEKpSeo'y.. . . . , . , ,
i -. ...... . . Office, No. 4 7 Opera Bonsa '
" MILLINERY GOODS.
Ca W ttiiUMU s . . . B -.
. Wholesale and Retail M Uinery Goods.
i ll rl. Uieh strtet. Opera Boose Bloek.
MK, A. OUWNIJG,
Dealer in Millinery, Straw Good and Trim
mine. So- 67. Atirtb Huh street. ..--
Miil;nM. Iw., ninaV e.
mines nd Fancy Goods. 130 South H h street.
p ,V 1
Merohant Tailors and JJealacs in Gents' Fnr
nishini Goods, . : - - -, ' :-",
Wo- 68 North Higb. street.-
GW. KISWAOER. -x -e"
Herchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fhr
nisbina; Goods,, Alio agent for the Dismooi ,"hirt.
V I . -. m 8ouiA Uah street.
! W- ! ' !"
II A CLOTBlNG CO . 186- H. High sr.- Gents'
salts de to order. - Krady-snada Ctplmnf -at-
i af lCHEVBACrHKUv j
asaaai aanepna Aeajaa la ciata
Gents' Foxnisbing Goods.
: Wo. 61 Worth High street.
J4t4(e M l!I'Ff-:rI.-
MKRCBAJfT TAILOR M0' South High at.
Chice stock of THotbing oonstajitlj on hand.
l, ZtwB Dealers, BooksaUera and Stationers.
' we w uiiaaiu uiu Oil vuit a3ja, uvui m. imiviii v
j K t-j a. I) rt 4, 171 A N N .
J? Hew Dealer, Bookseller, -Stationer and Bind
er. . FubUcaiions ia botb. German-and En Uh- ,,-.
.....t ..rr-T.. . S3t .HoathHiBhstre 'tV-
i! 'WiilmV-. Vl i 'i " ! l'l'
V M SIM S..WK.U VBCSS U W X- Sll " . .
A' ManuractuTSrs and Dealers in Wriline, Print-
iagaad Wrappj..a,aaars83 86 AoTtbilign.sto. y
Li , Dealers in Printing;, Book, W-ritiog andfina
Paperi 19, 18 A 40 Norih High street. '
M 1 ' . ' H . -r am.-.' i I..
f. V 1 . ' TT
lIHl PHOTOUBAPHI.K8-. v . w.tv
-,r . .81 Sou' h High street.
e' PHOTOGRAPHER, 107 South Highitreet.
natures mane in ever y sly le anu siar. nil . . .
Ji Photograahs, Ambrotypes, Gems, ate., etc.
"- ' No.' 134 south High street.
W - . mm nniaaji- ir ai
Hie 1 No. 1 Opera House "'freata 'DJseaies of the I
Eyat Kar. Hart.-Wuroa4aad Laacs. Also, iHseaaesvi
ot vvnipeo and I'hiiiiren. . .
f, r,HHHI4CO., . .
'. 'Wholesale and Retail dealer for Lifhte A
Ce.' and Haloes A Bro.'s Piauos.'.Alsa, Organs,
dlViVUVVU ajuta vtusi ill uottioi lutrii uuiouwi .
64 North High treet. v
fi 4J, HOUOS - -. - ... f -T
C e A cent fur Chickering's and Emmeraon's Pi
anos.' Also. Onrans. Alelodeons and sheet Humg.
som.jjJ ' i 11 South Hwb street. -a
Xt'JJilwf XI W AMI 1 1 1 X.
fj flO T:3 f.i ' .f. -l-: W . ' i
BA1 K IXfnWGK HEKTArRANT,1
, tka-aarbtate aud tlith rtrwsts. ;i' '; ci u-i'
. aH v-i. t . .AJHaBLEK (Mk'AR. Proprietor. -
A El HA SLU.NU MACHINES,
rV.r.Tha beH the -world. Noevl aDd 1 Opera
House.- W. PIMMEL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY. s
Rl. LIB t.ta tr CO.. -.
a Dealers in Fine Waiohos. Clocks, Jewelry,
Plated vara. Speotaolas, Ac., No. U Jht Towa
street. ' . . . . - : -..
f jATts AMAMHiauiOi I- t;--, -VJ
(suessors to Wm- Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch s. Jewelry, Bilrer Ware aud Spec
tacles. No. 1 Neil Houre, .
A. at L. I.E ailKHIJ X. -
Y aolesaie 'ana netail ueaiera in narauen,
Clocks and Jewelr i. Nc. 71 South Higbstrett.
t STRICTLY- .WHOLESALE.-
AACiVfr'tiHUs. ft iu., " .
Wholesale Dealers -in Dry Goods and Notion.
c r r 3 and 4 Gwynna Bloek. Iowa street.'
Manufacturer aad Wholesale Dealers in B -ot
and Shoes. No. Gwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICE" IS HkVKBV' CIVEI7 TO
all whom it ma eonaern. that the CitT Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organized and carryina on business aa an independent-Banking--
ompany at the oity ot Cleveland,
Obio.uuder an act of tbe General Assembly of the
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate
he State .Bank ot Ohiu and other Banking Com,
panics," parsed February Mtn, 1845. being desirous
wi relinquishing and dosing its Banking busine.su,
to ttat end has in pursu nee of tbe statutes of the
said state of hio in such ease made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety per cent, of tbe maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and aelivered the
same to tbe treasurer ot State of the said State -if
Ohio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of the Treasurer,
Secretary and Audit r of State of said State of
iihin in the redemotion of its outstanding ootns of
circulation at tbe office of the National City Bank
of leva and. at the said city of Cleveland, where
said City Bank is located. ,.'-' , -
Done by order ox tne xoara oi iirectorv oi too
Citv byL wVUf-President. .
The Sisters of St. MaryV,
OFTHRSfKINGM, IIECEHTLY OF
Somerset. Parrv county, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
the Grat Monday iu September, 1808. For Board and
Tuition. 476, 8o. ass aad 80, according to the de
partment ot the papil. - i an. BOoE, Sup'u
AdJrets Box 151. . , :. . .. dV,i an3-dtf
JOSEPH H. tGEIGER
j Attorney at
aagft-eot Im " COS.
T0W&1& SIOffST".' "
a' B. PINNEY'S
pvANCING ACADEMY IS NOW OPEN AT
For juveniles, Saturday afternoon, from to S
P M- Gentlemen's evening class at AVIBOS
HALL. 13d intt.. at 8 o'clock P. M. cctli
- ?Z FOB tslALE. -- K
A PAIR" OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS. FITE
A and six years' old. very handsome, kind and
"hSii d1" l0W-MCHARD NETINS.
N. D. FKRRT.
ANDREWS, PERRY & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Alio, every article oonnested with th Paper Busi
PRINTERS' CARTS, &c
Always keep on hand
Nop. 93 and 95 North High St.
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Always keep on hand a complete assortment of
J first class and superfine Writing,
Printing and Blank Book
I i . - fi Papers; inqrudiog
Jessup & Lafflin's,
L L. Brown's,
' Platner & Porter's,
- Ivanhoe Mills, &c.
; f All Or Jen by Mail filled on a reasonable
terms as if present in person.
i3JIA 1 3 iC-7hrOT
Q i TV
The atten ioa of the Trade ia called to th superi
or stock oi
PAPERS OF ALL RINDS.
Jut received ndf sale by
t0, 38 40 NORTH IGH ST.,
Oar stock oomprises a full line of
Wa have a full stock of
Of all sites and varieties, which will be sold at th
lowest market rates.
OUR STOCK or
I unsurpassed in the city, including
j" BRISTOL BOARD
; R. R. CHECK,
; COLORED of ail kinds
GIVE US A. CALL,
.JVETMS 4c HYFJU.V
' -j'i lli:a -ill'-.l ".. 'I . II 1)IB .llf.l':
I LIVING. DEATH!
TTib Annflrmer r3rDeitie mav almofts&r with St.
Peter, 1 die aaur i ne ooieoc
of this article il
nbt UKrejnind htrn of
bis pangs, but to show
forever- The meant
of immediate tid permanent reef. are. proffered
GERMAN ,; BITTERS 1
i . . ... . , ...
And tt is fdr him to sav whether he' will continue
to endure a living death. or to put himself ; in t
siiion to render life enjoyable.
Of th efficacy "of this' matoBIess vegetable stom
achic are to be found in every oity and town in the
united states healthy men and women, rescued
from torture " b ihj fA dae. atd eaget1 to brar
uestimonT ik l is ar vaaw suee m aiuers I rum
any other Bitters in existence, in this special par-
tiaular it is not. alcoholic.
t or such constitutions and systems as require for
tneir lnvigoratiou a uiuasiva sumuiant.
rii""ti rv r f w" '
..i J i
I ' at : vJ - A. 'A s aM. -J A
Has beo prorided a preparation in which the sol
id extracts of the finest -rMtorotives of. th Teeetaf
ble kinadom a-e held in solution br a soiritunns
a sent, d arced of all deletwioas eonstitueats.'. Tbe
atieot. in choosing between thise two creat anti
otefi. ahould b auide t bv his own condition. If in
a Terr low state from debility, the Tonio a ho old be
his selection; bat in osms where the emercenex is
not s pressing, the Bitters is the specific reauired.
Thonuadi find infin ite benfit from tak-
1 here ie no phase of
indigestion, biliousness, nervous tiisease or pbysi
cat prostration to which they are not adapted, and
in wnion, singly or eomDinsd, tney win noteneot
cure.,.. ..... . . -i !.
Exchange Fain for Ease
And Weakness for Strength.' - Get rid of the ail
ments woicb interfere with enjoyment; cast gloom
and desDoudenev to the winds: take a atronaer hold
at me and.-tn snort, oeoome aj ,
Throoeh the instrumentality of the moat oower'ul
and popular of all vegetable inrigorants and oor-
OOOFLAKD'S GERMAN BITTERS,
Bllionsnes. Indigestion. General Debility, and
all the complaints which proceed fiom a want of
proper action in the liver, tne stomach and tne
bowels, are eradicated by a course of this great-
Which not only combats and conquers diseases that
have entrenched themselves in the system, but
is tbe best known safesuard against all unhealthy
influences. . Person whose occupations and nat-
suits suojeot them to the depressing effects of a
eioee, unwnolesome atmosphere, should take it re
u'arly as a protection against tbe low fevers and
other disorders whioh malaria engender. Inva
lid wno are
WASTING AWAY, J
Wirnout anyrpeciai eomr'.aint. except a gradual
declination of bodily strength and nervous energy.
will find in tbe BIT- C" TKRS a fountain nf
vitality and vigor, as I retresoing and exil
erating as a pool in the desert to the sand-seorebed
and tainting travelers.
HO OFL AND'S "
Is compose! of the pure in ices (or. a ther are me
dicinallr termed. Gxtrncts). of Roots. Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free from Alcoholio admixture of any
una---:;- -t ip :. t ;'
Is a combination of all tbe ingredients of the Bit
ters, with the purest quality ot haata Cms Rum,
Orange, etc., making one ot the mast pleasant and
agreeame remedies ever onerea to tne pubtio
These remedies will effectually cure Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice. uy pop.ia, (;bromo or
Nervous Debility, tmm Chromo Diseases of
the Kidneys, and all diseases aris.ng irotn a disor
dered raver or atomaon, - -
-: : ai (Jimati-
' Piles, Fullness of
Blood . to the Head, . -. ,., ,
Acidity of the Stomach.
' Nauaea. Reartbnrn. Disrast '
,-. for F'ood, Fullness or Weight in the
'Stomach, 8our tfructatiens. Sinking
' or. Fluttering at the pit oi the Stomach, '
SwimmiDg of the Bead Hurried and ilifficult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
Dimness of Vision, llota or Webs belore the
Sight, Fever and Dal! Pain in tbe Head, '
. . iieficiency of Perspiration. Yellownes .
of tbe Skin and Eyes, Pain in the '
,...-. Side, baoa. Chest, Limbs, eto. . ' T-:
, Sudden . Flushes, of Heat,.
1 ' Burning in the Flesh, "'
, -Constant lmagin-- . ' -.
- ' ' iogsof Evil, and
' Ureal Depres
. ' They are the Greatest and Bestl
Ever known, and will cure all diseases resulting
trom bad Blood. Keep your Blood pure. Keep
your tiiver in older. f rxeep your disestive
organs in a sound. A healthy condition, bv
tbe use of these remedies, and no disease will ever
Weak and Delicate Children
Are made strong by the ase of either of these rem
edies. They will cure every case of MARASMUS
' Thousands cf certificate have accumulated in
the baa s of the proprietors, but space will allow
of tbe publication of but a few. Those, it will be
observed, are men of note and ofsuoh standing that
they must be believed.
THE ! WHOLE SUPREME COURT
! , . ' - 'i - .
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.
. .1 . - ; , t . :
Who would ask lor more dignified or stronger tes
I HON. C. W. WOODWARD.
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, wiitsa :
PHiLADBxrHTA, March 16, 18Y.
' I find "Hoofland's German Bitters" is a good ton
io. u-eful in diseases 141 of tha digestive or
gans, and of great ben- IV efit in cases of- debil
ity and want of nervous aoei n in tbe system.
: Youia truly. iGEO. W. WOODWARD.'
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.1
Pbiladelfhi a, April 98,1866.
I consider "Hoofland's German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in cases of attacks of Indigestion or
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[From the Cincinnati Gazette.]
OUR INDIAN COMPLICATIONS.
COLUMBUS, November 25.
i Anothet Indian war 'is in"'fult blast,
and concurrent with 1t the officers of the
United 'States army , art agitdting'tha'
public mind with a view to seizn the In
dian Bureau and by an act of CongTess
transfer, this branch of the service -to tbe
tender mercies of the' army. '
' At a- meeting; of the Indian jPeace
Commission.'lield atGhieagoon the 7th of
October last, alt the members present; I
believe, except Senator: Henderson, war
was declared by the military part of the
Commission -'against some of the In
dians, of the Plains, and. resolutions
adopted in favor of placing the . Indian
bnrean under the War Department, and
the abrogation of portions of the treaties
made last fall, at Medicine Lodge Creek,
by i tbe Peace Commission's with certain
Indian tribes.1 '""A'. ' :;i'.:;v "K. ..'.u
' This action of the military ; part--of
tue xeace ommiesion..was uecepuvit
and false, in that it professed to ' take
the initiative in war measure with-the
IridianV'whereasvT lavs- l-eaon to be
lieve that Uenerai ' ouerman naa some
time previously issued orders for tbe
prosecution of a war with the Chevennes,
Kio was, Arrapahoes, ifcc, and before the
1st of (Jctober, Ueneral bheridan had,
in Dursuance of such orders, cerfected
his plan of a campaign, and had five
columns of troops prepared to move,
covering the territory between the Smo
ky Hill and Republican Forks toward the
north, and the (Jimaron and (Janadian
rivers on the south. ' By this action of
the military portion ot the Ireace Uom
mission, -General Sherman, who is
member of it, has thus used his col
leagues to adopt as an original propo
sition . that which be bad on bis own
responsibility . inaugurated some . time
previous ! ' Such deception on the part
of General Sherman and bis military
colleagues on the Peace Commission is
unworthy of men wearing the United
States uniform, and yet not uncommon
in the military department in its conduct
toward tbe Indians.
'- Following this action at Chicago, and
as an indorser of it, comes the annual
report of Lieutenant General Sherman
to the Adjutant General ot the Army,
detailing military operations .in bis de
partment for the past year, in which a
strong indictment is drawn up against
the Cheyenne Indians tfnd their conted
erates, wherein they are charged with
, willful violations ot their treaty obhga
tions. tbe brutal murder of many whites
all without cause o provocation. Gen
eral Sherman recites in the extremest
detail all the Indian outrages, and avers
that not a particle of provocation existed
at any lime for them. With the troops
in the field and those soon expected (at
the date of his report,- .November- I)
' Gen. Sherman expects Gen. Sheridan
during this -Winter, to punish th
-hostile Indians in his department so that
they will not again resort to war. , He
says that already many "desu.tory and
somewhat unsuccessful" expeditions
have been made; but he believes that
before spring General Sheridan will be
, able to nnd them all, "and destroy all
. that offer resistance." This report of
. General Sherman is Jiurndly published
. in the leading newspapers of the day, in
advance of the meeting cf Congress, to
whom it is- supposed to be addressed;
I with the evident purpose of creating a
public sentiment in its tavor. it indorses
what the military part ' of the Peace
Commission said at Chicago, viz.: . As a
remedy for all existing evils, tbe Indian
Bureau must be turned over to the army.
Now, -with your permission, Messrs.
Editors, I'desire to say a few words on
this question. You will remember that
early in January, 1S67, a movement was
made by the army to accomplish this
same object. The same thing had been
attempted at divers other, times in the
past, but upon full discussion had al
ways failed. I said at that time, in an
articl3 .which, you obliged me by pub
lishing, that the adoption ot the scheme
would do no good; that it would not
stop Indian wars; it would not prevent
the robbery of the Indians; it would
not benefit the whites on the frontier, or
in any manner mitigate the condition of
the Indians." I'now say it would be
equivalent to putting the knife to the
throat of every Indian tribe. '
During the years loba and lbbb, we
had been engaged in an Indian war,
first with the Cheyennes and their con
federates, and then with a portion of the
Sioux. This little war with tbe Chey
ennes alone cost the Government some
thirty millions of dollars, to say nothing
of the expenditure against the' bioux,
and carried consternation and death to
the border settlements. Eight thousand
troops were employed, and it is not
claimed that more than twenty Indians
were killed, the life of each savage cost
ing about one and a half millions of mon
ey, while hundreds ot our soldiers lost
their lives, many border settlers Were
butchered, and a vast amount of pri
vate property was destroyed, lbe peo
ple were kept in comparative ignorance
ot what was going on, until in JJecem-
ber, 1867, the massacre of Colonel r et
terman's party near Fort Philip Kear
ney, aroused ! the' country. General
Sherman, , accepting all the stories of
interested parties in relation to the
origin of these wars, and by which the
entire blame was cast upon the Indians,
in December, 1S6G, proclaimed that a
vindictive war must be waged against
the Sioux, even to the extermination of
men. women aud children.' This atro
cious sentiment met with much favor in
army circles; and Congress was called
upon to turn the Indian Bureau over to
tbe army, as the nrst step in the pro
gramme. A bill looking to this end passed the
House, hut was defeated in the Senate,
and in its stead Congress passed the
bill organizing the Indian Peace Com
mission, and named the Commissioners,
viz.: Generals Sherman, Harney, Terry
and Augur, of the United States Army,
with N. G. Taylor, Commissioner of In
dian Affairs; J. B. Henderson, Chair
man of the Senate committee of Indian
Affairs; J. B. Sanborn and S. F. Tap
pan. In the latter part of May, 18C7,
and while the question was pending in
Congress, with the probabilities in favor
of the passage of such measures as
army officers indicated,the rumors issued
thick and constant about Indian atro
cities, and powerful combinations of In
dian warriors to make war on our peo
ple. Gen. Sherman regarded an Indian
war of immense proportions at this time
so imminent, that a journey which he
had contemplated to foreigu lands was
postponed'- on that ' account,' '.The'"'ap
pointmehf'of the1 Peace Commission
changed,for the time being, Gen. Slier-1
dan's- character from "that "of a"': coih-
Tjrtander at the head of 'his legions', "going
iorin 10 exterminate the red men, to a
minister of peace to the denizens of the1
forest. "' "- V 1 - AO) f -:, . h
He1 and his' cbllekguns on that' Com-
mission set about the -daties of their ap
pointment without' 'unnecessary1 1 ' delayj
and visited the disaffected And dissatis--fied
bands to - ascertain "and 'remove, if
possible, the caused of war j to secure,
if practicable, bhr frontier' settlements'.
and ''the building of the railroads,' arid
to suggest or Inaugurate-' some plan for
th civilization of the Indians.'" Thesey
in substance,' were' the duties' confided
to' the Conrmiesion by ' the ' Jlaw: of its
creation:111 It performed a vast amount
of labor took the testimony in every lo
cality it visited of army officers, Indian
agents and others, and the testimony of
Indian's also. - Early in January.' 1868,
the Commission made its report to "the
President, and the -'same, with the ac
companying documents, was laid before
Congress cn the 14th of the month-"It
is much t be regretted that the-report
i9"not to-day in the hands: of every man
in! the country but Congress, printed
only a limited . nntnDw ot copies. -
AU tbe charges whteh. had; been made
against the Indians prior to January,
1867 by Governors- of TerritorW and
other officials; army officers, scouts, etc,
and Which had influenced General Sher-
matvani others, and-produced in- their
minds the most intense prejudice against
the Indians, even to demanding -their
extermination, because, - as - General
Sherman said in aa official letter, dated
December ' 28, 1866, " nothing less will
reach the root of the. case,", were ; pa
tiently and' thoroughly -examined, and
by tbe unanimous judgment of the Com
mission, as: testified to in their report.
the: Indians-r were vindicated.- The
great mass of the . stories about Indian
outrages were proved to be false, and in
cases wherein tbe Indians bad commit
ted the offenses, charged, it was shown
that prior acts of omission or commis
sion, on the part of the whites, was at
the bottom of it. - i-.; .-, ?.j
In some general comments on the sub
ject, the Commission say: ; Among civ
ilized men, war usually springs trom., a
sense of. injustice. The best possible
way, then, to avoid war, is to do no act
of injustice. -- When we learn that the
same rule holds good with Indians, the
chief difficulty is removed. . But if is
said our wars with them have been al
most constant. Have we been uniformly
unjust t,..: We : answer unhesitatingly.
ves. . . .
In relation to a plan for civilizing the
Indians, the Commission, among other
things, say: "This brings us to consider
the much mooted question whether the
Bureau should belong' to the civil or
military department ot the government,
To 'determine this properly, we must
first know what is to be the tuture treat
ment of the Indians If we intend to
havd war with them the Bureau should
go to the Secretary of War. If we in
tend to have peace it should be in' the
civil department. In our1 judgment
such wars are wholly unnecessary, and
hoping that the government and the
country will agree with us "we can not
now advise the change.' '. i Un
der the plan which we have suggested
the chief' duties of the Bureau will be
trreducate and: instruct in the -peaceful
arts in.' other words. - to civilize the
Iudians. The military arm of the
government is not the most admirably
adapted to discharge duties ' of this
character. We have the highest possi
ble appreciation of the officers of the ar
my, and fully recognize their proverbial
integrity and honor ; but we are satis
fied that not one 111 a thousand would
like to teach Indian children to read and
write, or Indian men to sow and .'reap.
These are emphatically civil, and , hot
military occupations.- ' ' The
vast and. complicated- duties now d
volved upon the Secretary of the Inte
rior leave him too little time to -examine
and determine the multiplicity of ques
tions necessarily connected -with -.the
government and civilization of a race,
The same may be said of the .Secretary
of War; : -.We, therefore, rec
ommend that Indian affairs be commit
ted to an independent bureau ' or de
Such is the language- used in the re
port of the Commission alter mature
and due deliberation.' That report is
signed by Generals W. T. Sherman,
Wm. S. Harney, Alfred H. Terry, and
C. C. Augur, all ot the United States
army. ' In my ludgment the plxn pro
posed is correct, and it is only through
the operations of an independent de
partment, acting peacemuy among tne
Indians on reservations set apart and
maintained for civilization purposes,
that wars can be avoided, and the men
tal and material interests of the Indians
can be promoted. . r - r
' But these same distinguished Gener
als of the United States ' army and
component part of the Peace Commis
sion, call that body together in Chicago,
in October last, and, happening to be in
the majority, go back on this record, and
resolve by their votes that "the time has
come" when we must have war with the
Iudians, and that the Bureau must be
turned over to the War . Department.
The reason for this strange and incon
sistent conduct on the part of these
officers, as stated in Gen. Sherman's re-
nort, is the attitude of a few bands of
the Indians of the Plains, against whom
Gen. Sheridan is now operating ! I
have carefully examined the charges ex
hibited by Gen. Sherman against the In
dians, as set fortb in his report. They,
like the former ' reports and charges
against these same Indians, and which
the Peace.Commission exploded, 'will, if
ever put to a critical test, require severe
revision; but if all true, as detailed by
General Sherman, they offer no suffi
cient or valid reason for tlje present
war, or for the transfer of the Indian
Bureau to the War Department. -
In another article, with your permis
sion, I will show your readers that there
is another side to this question ; that
Gen. Sherman has concealed facts, of
which he was cognizant, that are impor
tant to its proper solution, and that there
are other facts which be ought to know,
if he did not knew, that have a material
bearing on the 'question'. I believe I
shall be able to Show that this war, like
most that have heretofore existed, is a
wicked Bcheme, and that it might with
out difficulty have been avoided. Gen.
Sheridan has now a large army in the
field, the expenses of which for one wek
would subsist and support in peace and
quiet, for two years to come, all the In
dian bands he is in pursuit of, and after
millions shall be expended, many lives
sacrificed and much property be destroy -
ii i . ..li:iC!l.IlH.'
pd. mj opinion is General Sheridan-will
jfail m' accomplishing th&t Hictt GtftftMl t
ghertfaranticipares.'" . . 11 3
GEO. W. MANYPENNY.
Torotl ao 44 aao; Co4rw.-T-H!(ii-;-jI .-)... !jT
-Murf ! HmiITYOIEri;'S OFFICE..
f . r COLUMBU8. O., Oct. 18 18fi8,f
Honeefs nerabv B-iven.that Droaeediaara hHWa:(
instituted ia the City-Council pf Columbus. IaJ,
making the followir g improvements.lo-wit:
' For gradina aad paving the uepared sidewalk)
gutters aod crossings on Third street from North
street to North Public lane. '' ' i- ' ' -'
Alsberreoayin4-4.hfl aiit.W.lkal nn the east aide
iof Front street from the northeast corner f 'root
nd Town streets to a point 85 feet north- of Town .
street. n i m ii.uinar.ai
Also, for graveling South street from Sixth
street to Seventh) .
Also, K grading- an graveling
aple street from High street td
the rpadway of
Maple street from High street to Water street,
Also. for buildina a rinnhl. rna S.a .Hw.ln.f
across Noble street on the east side of High street.
Also, to nrver and stake-ioff: SJoatbi atreet fresa
East Public lan to the- eastern boundary cf the
eity. .ili -irtiia 1. iitl ;.?'-. mt-j-i -f
The same to be done in accordance with plats
ana) estimates to b prepared-by the ;Cit Civil iia
gin er, and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
AU persons eUtming duagwa iajeoeanti af' taH
proposed improvements, are required to file their.,
claims in the office of the Clerk, hi writing: Joa -oft
f?g0,.rfH Mv Slv.hih'
vtau concern: .
Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been
lltitnted SB tbeijitviJoOBoitof Okatunhn. (oaiOTaak.
j ing the following improvement, to-wit: , .
I Por grading the north half of Perry Street front''
ruin street, to ue aorporauon line,,
I grading and graveling i the. roadway aad aid-
walks on Mound street from Washington avenue
totbeeast line f lot No. 14. , ..; ...7... .
I Also. for a double row flag stone pavement acrosa
Mound street upon the west sideof High street. '
Tbe same to be done in accordance withplatsand
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engin
eer, and filed ia the effioe of tbe City Clerk. , 1
All persons olaiming damages on aooount of said
ppoposed improvenuDtay are -required to fila tbpir
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, oner
before the Filteenth day of Deoeraoer. A. Ui
.:"! l' . U BtVItSON. VC
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! 76 att whom it uutyumeomt s !1 tiJffl
! . CITY CLERK'S OFFICE",' t Jl-
! CoLmBDs, D.. Nov. . 1868.J .
' Notice is hereby given that proceed! tigs have beett
. instituted in the City Council, of Columbus. A"of r.
1 making the following improvements.'to wit : ' k
For laying a double row flag stone crossing aexoaf
1 Center alley on tbe north side of Long street.
' Also, for building a double itmi flag anatsink
across South Public lan at the west side of iiitO-r
Also, for building a double row fl'g crossing, j
across South street at the west side of High street.
The same to be done in accordance with plat aod
. estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engineer
and filed in the effice of the City Clerk. ... . nir.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
-proposed improvements, are required to' -file their 9
elaima in tbe office of the ClerkJ
rtting, on or
before the Twenty-fifth day of
nber, A. 1.
..Aj, r- w ilou.
; ToattvKomUmaveoneonnt.V.n 1 --lo .. .;,-, ;;
! - 1 , CITY -CLERK'S OFFICE. ) r
T e.1 ,!! COLCHBITS. O.. NoTi 16. IM.'! T
Notice i hereby given, that proceedingshnve been .
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, fir
. making the following improvements; to wit:. "v1 :-'. y
I tot grading and paving tbe ui paved sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on the west side of Washing
ton avenue from the north fide, of Hatten Place to
'the south side of Gay street. " ' '' ' "J iJ.-l
I. Also, for rerafinefatigh street from -Perry, etree
lot the corporation line.
! Also, for grading ana ' pavinr with WalderA tha
roadway of Puolio alley from Filth street to Sixth,
street. v- ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " '-in: "!
I The sameto be done in accordance with theplat;,
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En-"'
gineor, and filed in tne office of the City Clerk. -
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements,. wre required to file their!
claims in the offioe of the Clerk, in writing, on or,,
hafnra the First dav of J antra -V. 'Ai D. 1889.
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To all whom ii may Concern.: .ti--.l
..,1t . . CITY -CLKKK'S OFFICE.
" Columbus, O., Nov. S3, 1868.V -
' Notice Is hereby given that proceedings have been' j
Instituted in tbe City Council of Columbus, for .
making the following improvements, to-wiVs 3 a
For grading and paving the unpaved sidewalks,-1"
nutters and crossings on the west side of the va- "
cant ground west of the market bouse, and for pa
ving the balance of said vacant ground with Nioi-1-on
pavement from Town street to Kick street:-
Also, for laying a double row; of flag, crwsing
aero s Center alley on the south aide of Spring
street. ,-ii- '. ' . ..i- ;lr. . i i ! -at r
- Also, for laying a double row flag crossing across
Center alio, at tbe south side of Lame streets i
i Tbe same to be done in accordance with rlat and
estimates to be prepared by the 5ity- Ci vil- Eagi-"1
neer, and filed ia theonioeof tkeCity Clerky -wil
. All persons claiming damages on account of saTcT
proposed improvements, are required to fila tneiril
claims in the office of t'-e ajlerk, in writ int. on or .
before the Eighth day of Jan- ary. A. D. 1869. -"'
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