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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
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AUCTION "AND COMMISSION
J: AU(uer aad Dealer Sat Sail tmap Soan
U..l 11 'lA.l I M....
, . xo. 7 est Bioext atreet.
e-.jl.ia..;
ail'!
BATHiE0QMS.-V:a
TTiH
vJ Barber and Hair Dresser. ' Hot and Cola
bifBs. ButuitDt Pouuiflioe ii .Udia - j
,n . BOOKj BINDERS, i
a f. i
7TT
. Moek liindan' :Kank . 1
it Manutactarcrs,
ifinvrao4-r'utlier. . m'i
Opera Boil lint. .
-as at
;,BQOTSf,0,KS.v;
44 8oata riia-itreeo, i Jait neeirl,ka-
Kani aaaoruueat,,. jw .4j'4et n ruow 14-
dies, please call. , . .. ,., . .
JJ Is the noted bouse fjr food Boots and Shoes
M feWpriees.
Nw Mfjii T.I.i r.i u..l
1 '. t-i
. swoath tiich street'
Q0Ap DEALERS:8
nVUltOi et CO .
Xti Dealers in-Tituburgb. and Ohio Coal. Also,
Coke, lmn Tile and aiuneErwex.iipe..' ,
, , : u.61,Jf .rth Bath street."
ODMftlliSSlOWAAiEROllAlNTlS.
i
l l'l'Cu a' sun. vv;i i).- m
Commusion. tt-rvardiiui aad-ProdmmMer
uanu. aeaiers ia tiraiD. riuur. n w. iiroaa
treet,... , n ' . . .f. i'.t
coRsura
T". 717M-J liAvt.-V. tO, y, .ie-a-rT
Lf ilanOlacturere.aaJ.. dealers ia fxenoh.iUer.
Biaa'aadr American vorsets. , Also, Hj0p nkirta.'
-ni l bm- !- j.-iil .y Wl opera Uausjef"
.I1 14 K- 1)1.1
... ac4aalt laDil n Katail : Ikaalai In' Ohi'na
xrxiares.: - , morvO uigu jueei. .
1' '
t.,'A ttmajrt: , u'stis- --: :''.i!.-r-' .
y. ' Importer . and Wholesale and' Betail -Dea'ai
in- Creckory. Onina, Ulaek, CaUory. Viatel, Uuods,
VrtHfii luainrn. at ' ' ':-.-' r
. , ,.4:iairth HUaitreeW
uoi -x -DExiSTRY.s",t " V"
-afl ertl ii . Mi; ...,-,-..-,
d ti. Mavis, 4B.lin.atliirusa;"'
Mi. in Emit. Uaad eteaeC.'
We oe to be the . --,-r-h S--i
G-nTlijli7T)rNTIST.-Tbe best styles
e of Denustryfriuotudiug- 4Juna'a liuvrvrea
iiinerW iTaie.:.OttJOB, toaoa.ll iOpe.-a BlooS.J
tff aetata
wit i.t i,
G JbtttMCAilP Wi a ia .ii (- -9 d;
i iieaMrs in iT7-4Ada, VoltDnat CtnwCBi Oi
Cltnsr aiatuu, aiadHtaMa Uaar au Cuts.
oorncr rxisu ana i rieuu street.. ... , -,
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(.arbeta- AlattiDJMkOil CloLha.Liiulaina.ciIa,. la uu
Fapey lry Woods . , ' .
,, i , . I -, Ii a I'm-d rn'i- Kl '.in'-".
M a.. at. .. ,--,iv.,-, , ,-i
W boleeale and KeiaiT Dealers in Staple and
raney Xr Hoods, and aianatacturers of tiauies'
Cloaaa. - ui'a ;,i !5 mi-.u iiuaa.-Hitovrie-.. J
TjtFt) t1S 1 :v a 1 tioo v 9 1 iitt.,
A? -' Kranl A Jo. . easfi dealers in Dry Goods and
XtotivAMrteb aottth ionrtaswoet. 31 .j ;,
JAJJir.S IVAlJOS Ut,H ., ...
."-WbuleVsate and' Retail D.aler in Drr Goods.
ataeaaAilltiinaVoa-lUI and le (South Mich
treeu a ssn;. :;a bi-4 .ii"i
1 k. ion ac uii.uii.''
IV ieaier-in etapie and Fancy Dry Goods and
Ueuts' r uxiiiSQtaa faouda, iio- Bail rtuasa-.
i iBJlniWr; u A ik '-aijlor, " 1
VX Healers in tSuplejtud Fauoy Dry Goods.
'mo. Uu ooutb nigh street.
foreign and Domestic liry'1 Goods, t'loiis.
J urtv ausv raawaxbj euatn aignsorvei. '
DRUGGISTS;
reople's DruC 8u.re. tBO South llih St. Frer
scrm.ieasearai ally aeupoauded at all noors. " -
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. iw aonta ttih et.,U.ieuii,V.
BtaAUn, bu(iK s c. - -- '
W holemle and Ke.ail Dratgistr, and Dealers
in xruprietar aiedictnea.
, ' M North High street.
t .iiJSGRAVEl,,:..v
. IB''l ii! ,1 1 . " ' 1 ' 'i ' '
KftCMHs) at lit., ' 1 .-:
Deeicoers, bngTaTers ana Publishers; , Hota
rial ana other seals engraved to order.
c - 'os. 1W and loouth High street.
1o
v, JURNITURE,' &c.
CWbjItaUJAl"i A-O. ' - v
t MauutacUiren and W holesale anrtRetail Deal
ers in tuiuuure. Cuairs, aiatirasees, ta..j '-'
A. aoi Suuib Hign E(. (Oi era douse).
MA4'SJat"t'rijKa,U.,.
111 Hi
MamjitaiktnrM'.n. k. l-a. V n rnit are. W hole-
sale -autlilaauail Mi aiHmuiiL ti. 7 and Ganaiie
-HOUSE BTJRnISIILNG.
-i a iR jaaaals kUntrA ejA.-
X!. Dealer-ia Mantle Stores and Housa Fn
nishibc Uuuuav.
AUo. Tia, Copper and bbeeklro
Ware.
. a-aat -rows ttreet: '
. rinvesrarrsRT.-
A. 'House Fnrnwhing 'Go.'ds, Mantles. Grafes.
fjopper. iin .pit ducivu, cw.bb wig aianues
' . aoa Boutn High street.,
. .mu-TlVlllllA:Hl)IF..
A Dealers in Hardware, souse Furnishing Goods,
tiarble aud Biatajuaauao, ua, ou.eo, net a.u
i urnaoosaq, v '.x j
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iBtfSINESS DIRECTORY
H00P SKIRTS.
E.
HEtD,
ilannlartnrer and Wholerale Dealer In Hooo
Skirts and Corsots. Also, denier in Berlin Zeoher
aid Kancr (looila, 103 South Highstrr A.
HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
O P. AXI fcl.L,
O. Dealer in Mnrieal Merchandise. BooVs. Sta-
itlnnerv and Panew (iondn aeneratlr. Special Agent
Ifiir the celebrated Kliaa Howe Gold Medal Sewing
Machine. fo. 810 Honth Huo rtreet,eor. Kich.
hats & caps.
1 (Successor tn 13. i,anf J Dealer in Bats, Caps.
Fur? and Straw Goods 229 South Hign ftreet.
Sian Golden Hat.)
HOTELS.
ATAXIOKAL HOTtL,
rl Opposite Depot.
H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
I lnlt'fcV 1 ATHt HOI'ELi
U Corner High and Town streets.
. J. BLOUN T. Proprietor!
ZLTTLKU HOUSE,
Corner Fourth A Friend its. Commodious
iioaae and extensive stables.
Ii. A. BUWtK, i-rocnetor.
INSURANCE.
fioNNEenccr bictual. life
J larane Company. Assets, 116,' 00.000.
Ws. JAMISON, Agent. Columbus. O.
VTEWKIHK Ar NILTEOEHGtB,
GEN tRAL, AGENTS Security Life Insuranee
Company, , ha. 6 Opera House.
HOMK lKSUtCANCK COJ1PAHV OF
Columbus. O. apital and Assets, A4SG.614.a7.
W. C. M. BAKER, Seo y.
Office, Nos. 8 A T Opera Bouse
MILLINERY GOODS.
v . Niti.n.i,
Wholesale and Retail Millinery Goods.
ll H. Hich street. Opera House blook.
!.! Deilerin Millinery, Straw Goodi and Trim
mings. So-6T North High street.
H. WILKIf,
Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim-
mines nd rancy Goods. 130 Mouth H th street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SOHAf HAIlsCN A AOHLLEBC,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur
nishing
Goods,
No. 68 North High street.
c.
W.MSWAXDEB,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fur-
tauhing Goods. Also asent tor the Diamond .shirts.
1x1 sou to nun street.
I HKOHIO MERCHANT TAILORING
II A CLOTHING CO.. 135 S. High sr. Gents'
suits made to order. Rtady-made Clothing al
ways 00 band.
ITOHN II. BICKEXBACHEB,
tj Merchant '1 ii or and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
; No. 61 North HUh street.
lOIIA
tl ME
yhojee s
lOlll M1IKTCK,
1ERCHANT TAILOH, 120 South High st.
1 stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
.UUNiiwsj Dealers, .u
AKDIIEW8 Ac HULL,
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 65 South High street, tiex door to Postoffice.
iASk.s. Iltt.I?lANi,
' News Dealer. Hooksaller. Statinner and Kind
er. .Publications in both German and Eng.ish.
231 isoum Hull itret.
PPEE. WAREHOUSES'
N DitifWB, rfcfVft Lxh ,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing. Frina-
fjg and Wrapping Papers, 3A 95 North High at.
N VIM 9 4k. KltEBtl.
Dealers in Printing, Book, Writing and Fine
Papers 36, 38 A 40 Nor h riigh street.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
HrTAmSHTUOq
I 81 Somh High street,
J.
JI. I.LLtUTT, 4
PHOTUGKAPHKK. 10T Sooth flieh atraat.
Pictures made in every style and sue.
D.
J. AKCIIKK,
Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., eto,
T. rip.36 South UigbfUtreet.
PHYSICIAN.
E.
ra. downs m. 0
No. S Oora House. TrAitbi DineAes of tba
btije, Kar. Heart, Tbruatani Lungs. AUo, Uiseiuea
01 women and chiiren.
3JSAT2 PIAN0S1T2 a3TiiV1
'I F. HAUHIS A CW.,
J Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lighte A
tyu.'s and rlainen a Jbro. s riauos. Also, urgans.
Melodeons and other musical instruments.
. 1 36 North Higb itreet.
J.
tl. Wooim,
Azent for Chicering's and Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also, Organs, alalQdeoneand Sheet iu.-ic.
21 South High street.
RESTAURANT.
OANK EXCHAROK RESTAURANT,
xj vomer state aua men rtreets.
t - r
rv
n rHvRi.fcVitR, Pnerietar.i ri
"WING MCHINEST
4 El MA SbWiNQ DltCHIIME!!,
rv The best in the world.
Nos. 1 and S Opera
bouse.
W.
P1MMEL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
It It. llllNBtltlrUO,
X. Dealers in Fine Watches.
Clocks. Jewelrv.
Plated ware,
street.
Spectacles, Ao.,
No. 11 Ea.t Town
lAl'CSA HAHKIiMdOU,
VJ (Sublessors to Wm. Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch s. Jewelry, Silvei Ware and Speo
tacles. No. 2 Neil Honre.
FA. At t. I.E- tI K4-.SX.
e Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches,
Uloeks and Jewelrv. No. 71 South High street.
STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
)AI.lOt'l' HK09. CO.,
LJ W holesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
3 and 4 Gwj one Block. Town street.
KI.Sil, Jtt. ACO ,
Manufacturers and W holesale Dealers in B.'Ota
and Shoes. No. G Wynne Block. Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
JVJOTICE IS HEBEBV GIVEN TO
X1 all whom it may concern, that the City Bank
of Cleveland, ao Independent Banking Conipauy,
organised and carrying on business as an indepen
dent Banking .oinpany at the eity ol Cleveland,
Obiu,uuder an act of the General Assembly of the
said State of ohio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate
ihe State Bank ot Ohio and other Banking Com
panies." passed February 24tn, ls45, beiog desirous
vt relinquishing and closing its Bankiug buaioes..
to ti at ead has in pursu.noe of the statutes of the
said ritate of ohio in such case made, paid and re
deemed more than ninety percent, of the maximum
anaouut of its circulating notes, and aelivered the
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said Slate of
Ohio to be destroyed, and hare provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of toe Treasurer,
Sesretaiy and Audit r of State nf said State of
Obio to the redemption of its outstanding notes of
circulation at the office of the National City Bank
of t lere.and. at the said eity of Cleveland, where
said City Baok is located.
: Done by order of the Board of Directors of the
Ciw Bank of Cleveland, July th IH68
, LtZtJUJEiU n ivix, jrresiuent.
Jll-dltaw6ni
The Sisters of St. MaryV,
OF THE acHINGs, KECENTLV OF
Somerset, furry county, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
Ihe first Monday in Srptembar, ltkid. For Board and
1 aitiou. 75. to, SS6 aud 90, according to tne de
partment ot the pipit. BR. HOE, Sup'u
Address Box i&l. au.3-dtf
JOSEPH H. GEIG-ER
yt- i Attorney .t LavTi
PARS0N8 BDILDIN0,
, aun28-eot8m COB. TO 1FA.A BIGBST
; S. S. PINNEY'3
ANC1NG ACADEMY IS NOW OPEN AT
D
NAUCHTON HALL.
For iuveniles, Saturday afternoon, from S to S
Pi M Gentlemen's evening class at AMBOS
UA LL, 3d intt., at 8 o'clock P. M. octl4
-ti - 3ECyEt ftti A-LE. ?
a pair lisV'iy labwui" colts, eiYe
A. and six yearsold. very handsome, kind and
";u6-dUiUb' 80ld l0WKlCHARD NEVIN8. ii
;is6s.
AUTUMN. 1868.
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street,
ul'.
.tlf.llt '! I '! '; '. . ; i! 'uw.
ODLD rS7ITK THE ATTENTION
nf Purahajiara tn fcheir nnnanallv axtanaiva
ard alegant assortment of , , , ...,K . ......
; Extr. Rich Black Silks; ' '" '.
, Novelties in Kaooy Silks; 7 -. .!- f"
jf Poplinsand Empress Cloths; - , Ti-:.' j.
I French MeriDoa and Cahaierea;;;. . ..ir.; r.'
i " . Knglish and French Merges;
Ohamelion Epinglines; !
; - ji Rioh liyocs Cloak Velvets; ' ' - -. I'".-;
, , Novelties in Plush Cloakincs; , (' .
,' V elreteens for making Costumes; .. , , ,
I ' " Astraehan and Chinehilta Cloakings; , ,'
I Superb Paisley Shawls; '. '-;
i Cashmere and Broche Shawls;
j Point de Gase 'Laces, Collars and Sets;
; .t Harris' Seamless and Al.-xandres' Kids;
i Superior Wi ter Hosier' . . iT .
: - Hisses' and Men's aerino Vests.
l.i-
, THE '
nut i
MOST COMPLETE
f'.in
(.-l (, ; - I 'MO l T
i.i 1j
STOCK
ttlE CITY
.Jut;
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OF '
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House Furnishing Dry Goods; ,, ., ,. ,v .
Blankets. Muslin., Llnensr ' ' '"' "
Sbeetinsi 4ee Curtains, Towelings 4o., Ao.
Also Triutmintiatinsn. .
.T.:h;1 ,f.:. ALL, AT. THE
.-'r '..:'! V.jlt l-l Jt' HSlii.'l )h ;-H !'t
VERY i LOWEST1 1 PRICES.
i. 1 '(111! .1
-i
Merino Undeiiai mania of alr-srrsdeaaind quali
ties for Gentlemei, Ladies, Misesand.Bovs. Also,
a frrehr stock of Hoop Skirts and Corsets in the
newest atlea. - . .;''. -i;iv ..- -...
kttt'-9Mi . t U'- GlLCHRISf. GRiri CO1.'-
F AXIS' AND-. WINTER
i
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i '
I ;1J '
! .
DRY GOODS-
lu9 i.'fxj l.'l iitii 'i
ExrRioi.DLARY Inducements
TO
BUY. AT
N A U C if IT O S f
. 3 ..'
; a:,
PuTonasers. of Dry Goods are enrdiallv invited jto
- . caii auu Nimiii. iub
1 . . i. if . . , '- i' ... .
ST Q CK.
i'JA
rr r " i ("'f rr
I - Dress goods .
"Fanct goods..
SHAWLS. ...j-v.
;,..'..v.:.!.;..cHEipi.'
.......U". CHEAP ".,
ii..i.u.;...CHEAPl
...:.:.::.::....CBt:AP .
........'....-CHJiAPl,
DOMESTICS .....
: EVERYTHING .
,1
I
JAMES
NATOHTOIT,
:noVl l-dly-aprtT" . ;
' COL UVBVS. OHIO.
.,,r,i.., .i :v
-..-ACLOTIHNG.. itl
CUSTOM AND? READY-MADE
...4 J t.1. '
THE OHIO ?
MerchantTaUorlag & ClolhiDg Co.
1.-T T'ra---' ' i z ,.vx i- .. . .
A CKIBIIEW TOCKf CMTfl.
V sjassiimreis Overenasing and Vestings. both
r oreign aniipomesuo'. f or t all and W lnteiwear.
j KtleMa
Will ahrars find both -our ranreriaVa -wad aamwork
to bein the height of the mode. . We aiwll spare
no pains in prsd JCinx the most cleg mt and lash
ioDaole garments to be found any what e. . - i -.
j ElDY-MADE CLOTHINGr,"
Of which a great part is'maeufaotureS by ourselvea,
ii. the latest arid most fashionable styles, will' al
aye b found on tiufKhelres, in air the varieties
of the season at g arj luw prises. ;,n ui n
GENTS' FURNISHING GOOD 3;
In full lines, alwats kepti on band. '
,!.. . , BEiNKV MKISc Saperintendent.
i" JOHN RICH Trtesurer.
i -"' w. G. PtRKS, Foreman.
oot23-deod3m , - - "
FALL F AND WINTER' GOODS.
J. I r
HUNTER'S
Clothing EmporiuiD,
! No. 220 South High St., .:
., COM THll'ls, OHIO. '
.. s 4 J ' . . . . .
1HAVE JUST BECEITXD THE.
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this city, consisting of
French, ......
Xjjagrliisli. and . ' -1 .
, Caasimerei., o,
Kor Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sell at the low
est Cash prices.
Also keep constantly on band a wall selected
stock of
READY MADE CLOTHINC.
-JOHN HUNTER,
juS2-dly 2l iiouth High stra.t.
COMMISSION.
i WM. MONYPENY,
Forwarding" 'and' Commis&ioB
, -. - ! '
MERCHANT,
CRAIN OF ALL- KINDS,
OUB, WHISJtlT, Vc.
M" T . gt Prices Paid at all times for
Corn, . Barley, e c., etc. ,
f i F f"T C E :
eirWeslEnd oINai'l K ad Ilrldffe
i COIVMSVS, CJJ1V.'
fcbl3-deodly .: .
GIIXJHRIST, CRAr X CO
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[From the Cincinnati Gazette.]
[From the Cincinnati Gazette.] Our Indian Complications---No. 2.
COLUMBUS, Nov. 27.
-These
! Iu myjastl stated that tbere were two
sides to 'the question of ' the origin I and
pauses!' Out W which the war, now waging
agatnsl the CnejenneV Arapahoe" and, other
Indians,. grew, v To the task of proving
this I tnow solioit space io your columns.
jUpon this point, !as well as to the time
hostilities commenced on the part of the
brmy, the truth' is concealed by the mili
tary. . i'l' . I ' : ' '
I When, at the Chicago meeting J5f the
Indian Peace Commission, October 7th,
1868, General Terry, of that Commission,
introduced sundry resolutions', declaring,
among other things, that the time had
come for using militarforoa against these
Indians, and those resolutions were adopt
ed by the votes of Generals Sherman,
Terry .and the other military members
of the Commission, i they . knew . their
action was deceptive.'. -i At that very timn:
they " knew that Oreneral bhendan had
then, been '.operating . against, ihe In
dians i Sot c. mora. than two months, and
that, by his General Field Order No. 2,
he had complimented .' the officers and
trpbps engaged. "in five, ' different . . affairs
with the Indians, running back to the at
tack by Captain Moore; 28th Infantry, on
an Apache Indian camp on Aug. 2d,' 1868,
''.wherein .three Indians were killed and
in any wounded and a . large amount of
property' destroyed and 'animals 'cap
tured." Mbredver'they knew that when
they were resolving in Chicago, as an
original proposition of the. Peace Com-
hiission, by the votes of the military part
of itl' that "military force should be used
to compel the removal into their reser-
vaUoae of all such Indians as may re
fuse to go after due notice given them,
And -provision has been made to feed
Andprotect them within the same;" that
General Sheridan, under the authority
of General Sherman, had more than six'
weeks before issued an' order lor "tne
forcible .''removal -of., these ' Indians
to their reservations south . of the
State : of a ' Kansas.-' They knew
more. ,They Icnew that at .the time
they were resolving at Chicago' in .Oe
tober, 18GS, against these Indians that
not' one ' single provision of the treaty
made, with the Indiarts','bjr these ' flame
mea had been , carried out not one,
though more than one year had elapsed.
j In giving order to General Sheridan
as early as August,'lS6S, to proceed to
; forcibly '.remove ; the '.Indians,.' Gen.
era!:. Sherman, acted .without tBiithor-
' ity or law, and under a proper 'state of
discipline would be the subject of court
.martial. Lie was a, member,, of . the
, Peace Commission a body organized
i in the interests ot peace. ' As command;
er of the' fiiilitafy Department, it wks by
Executive order made' his duty to sub
1 ordinate the, acta of all the troops in his
) command to -such plan 'of action'aB the
.' Peace ' Commission might adopt. ' '. By
his order to General Sheridan in August,
I d i recti ng' him to use force to compel the
1 Indians to go upon' the - reservation, he
.violated this executive order. To shield
him from the effects, of this grave mili
'tary offense was, I pre8umet the motive
' which induced him and his. military col-
,lea"gues on 1 the Peace CbmrriiSsSori' 'to
tsuuu iaiu.,-ArsuiuLUJiu ita&eu -at
Chicago, in October,-1 80 8, bo that there
'by bis-war measures may. be claimed to
: be subordinate' to the plan 'of ' the Peace
Commission. "'" "' 'J!:.! j -i-, j)i
, 1 Now, as to the- causes leading to the
-.discontent, and afterward' the hostile at
titude,', of a "portion "of. the , Cheyennes,
'Arapahoes, &,c. . 1' n .ni:
At the Medicine Lodge Creek Coun
cil with these Indians,, in October, 1SC7,
-the Peace Commission had great diffi
; 'culties to encounter before a treaty was
"concluded." The Indians were distrust
:ful and hesitated. ' They ' no' doubt rer.
memberedthe bad faith of theGoyern
ment .ia relation io - furuier - treaties,
Chivington's disgraceful and brutal mur
der of many of their ' "cbtripniohs;"at
-Sand Creek in 1864, and Hancock's dis
reputable work in destroying their' vil
lage on tbe Pawnee Fork of the Arkan
sas in April, 1807, , But by persuasion
they were' finally induced ; to execute
treaties. 1 As an inducement to this, the
Indians were promised that at their next
annuity payment (in the spring of 1S6S)
they should be supplied with some guns
land ammunition.- By the terms of the
treaties reservations were to' be select
d, and appropriated to the use of the
Indians, aud they were to be ' supplied
with homes, food, clothing, stock, tools,
&.C., &.C.- The business concluded, the
Peace Commission left the country in
' October, 1867, and' the Indians retired
to their villages far from the white settle
ments,' and there remained, quiet and peace
ful Congress bad placed, in July, 1867,
some $300,000 in the hands of the Indian
Bureau to subsist destitute Indians. From
.this fund these Indians were supplied dur
ing the winter and early spring. But it
became exhausted, and, although the atten
tion of Congress was, more than once, ur
gently called to the matter by . the - Com
missioner of Indian Affairs, no appropria
tions were made to fulfill our obligations
with the Indians until the last of July,
1S68, and then, instead of placing the
funds in the hands of tho Indian Bureau,
all' the money from which these Indians
were to receive any benefit, except a small
sum under an old treaty, was turned over
to General bhennan, he receiving, by ex
press provision in the appropriation bill,
upward of seven hundred thousand dol
lars to fulfill treaty stipulations in the
new treaties.
When, in the spring, the Indian agents
disclosed to these Indians that there was
no ' means to . supply them further with
food, they were compelled to starve where
they were or to go out in pursuit of the
buffalo, whose favorite haunts are in West
ern Kansas, in the valleys and along tbe
streams, now sparsely occupied with set
. tiers, with whom the Indians were thus
brought into contact. They were also
liable to come within striking distance of
their hereditary enemies, the Pawnees and
Kawa. Then and here the trouble began.
General Sherman has a theory in bis re
port to 'this effect : . That our abandon
ment of the Powder river country to the
Sioux, was construed by them as the re
sult of fear, and that some of their influ
ential men had doubtless visited the Chey
ennes, Arapahoes, &c, and communica
ted that fact and made the latter believe
"that by war or threats of war, they too
could compel us to abandon the Smoky
Hill line, which passes through the very
heart of the buffalo region, the best hunt
ing ground of America." This is sheer
nonsense. It was stern necessity the
absolute waut of food and nothing else
that impelled . the ; Indians -to go into
Western Aansas,. ; .;. .;, ., is:.;-i,:,j
That the .Indians left .their, villages - ia
the spring in a dissatisfied eondition their
"minds fill torn up". is no. doubt i true.
The government had, piade no provision at
that time to fulfill a . single stipulation
made with them at Medicine Lodge Creek,
not one;' and to this day nothing has been
done by Congress fo confirnj.i,tp,",the , In
dians the reservation recommended by, the
feace Commission, which, was, Jthe vital
principle of the treaty and I.' plan J of .that
Commission. '" ' ' "., ' ' , ' .,', ".''
' Added to the failure on the part of the
Government to furnish supplies, the prom
ised and coveted guns and. ammunition
were withheld 'in the spring.' They were
purchased and ready for delivery, ' but
General "Sherman, as' I, understand, for
bid their delivery. ' To give them guns
and ammunition at that Time, and in their
extremity for food, was to give them meat..
A V- A VtUU T? 4A4J VJJ AA-4 VUVU1 Qttll V BWlUUf
where they were then"located, since they.
could'-not' 'tely upon 'the r bow anJ ar
row, to supply them, with food from, the
small game io the ' surrounding country..
There was then ,.noi alternative for these
Indians but ; tq go out-' into, ; the - buffalo
range ot ; y estern Jvansas, and this was
no violation of-tbe treatyon their'tiart,5 1
Shortir-after he ' entered,, into com.
maud of the, Missouri Department, Gen.
bberidan found many ot theses Indians
encamped about Fort Dodge, arid they
asked him to tnlk to them, but be' ze
fused." I blush to write the Words, but
yet they are found ' in 'an official docu
ment from him to General Sherman.-
While refusing to talk with these unlet
tered men," General Sheridan allowed
subordinate army officers and others to
fill his " mind with' stories about these
Indians and their designs, and he came
to the conclusion that they were dissat
isfied with tbe treaty; tlid not' intend' to
be bound by it," arid all ths'y1 wanted was
to get "the annuities. '' "u ' " ":
He says, so far as he' saw, the niannbr
of'the Indians was insolent and'"over-
bcaririg. 1 Did be regard it as an insolent
act for these poor people to reqnest the !
. ..11. , . 1 1 IT .1 I ' 1 '
uriviiegts tu tnia. iu uitii v Aj.au uo uuix-
descerided to allow an interview, 'With' an
honest and humane desire to do ' iustice, I
have no doubt bnti!rhai through his influ
ence the Indians could have been pacified,
and our present complications, so disgrace
ful to tjs,' havelibeefi'"avoided.' 'But he
began at once to prepare for war, and ev
ery story that' came to Turn injurious to
the IiKlian he accepted as true, aDd act
ed on it.4 :HJs fine fighting dualities hird
lain dormant for a few years and he was
"spoiling for a fightl"' Soon the Indians
had1 some' difficulty" with the KaWs, and
then 'again with the whites, some or whom
were tortured, killed and sc'alpbd-1 ' Then
Gen. Sheridan commenced his campaign,
.which, during winter, :it'"is expected in
army circles, will prove successful 'and
result in the'punishmentof"' or the de
struction of the Indians.1 If any officer
can accomplish this feat, Gen Sheridan
is the man. . But I, doubt his success T
; Had Congress in . February last, given
to. the Commissioner of Indian Affairs an
amount of rapney , equal , to: two: days: of
General bberidan s present war expenses,
he could, and would,.! am confident, have
kept those Indians all the year ; at their
villages in peace and quiet.:.: But this ob
vious duty was neglected, although that
body -was importuned to do. so-1 aUorer
ovat, C9ngr.ess fleglected. toopnfirnv.the
reservation ...to-.tbem , as -recommended
by the Peace Commission, and jet Gen
eral Sheridan is wagiugwarupou tbem
to compel them to go upon a reservation
when thereis.na such thing!. , r Au
0$ tho money: appropriated,, by Con.
gress, and turned over ta General Sher-,
man) to; tulhU the stipulations. Pts .the
treaties made by the Peace Commission,
he has turned over to General. Hazen, for
the benefit, of the Cheyennes,- fec, f50-
000, and ha. is, as I understand; ,i Vte. be
the guardiun . and , clvilizer of ; tliese
bands, when General . Sheridan whips
them - into the i designated . trritory,
falsely styled a reservation. Gwueral
Sherman says , he hs selected, General
Hazen because ot his superior. qualihca
tions for the , trust. ,.What. are t, those
qualihcationsl .A year or two ago Gen
eral Hazen was Acting Inspector in the
Platte Department, , and, ;o; aai!,official
communication, used thislanguage about
these Indians; "The Indian is a dirty
beggar , and,, thief, who .murders .-. the
weak and unprotected, but never at-
t o nt' o o-i Ofmui-. Prim TT Ji P
Tbe
.v. -".., -: -i f 1.
white, man owes the
nothing. . -...,-
Indian
He is in tbe way of natural evolutions of
progress, and when government pays; to
lain what is a reasonable compensation
for his title to the territory,' or for privil
eges in it, the debt is perfectly canceled,
as when a, corporation pays the assessed
value of the site of a public school." For
tbe Northern Indiau's Gen. Sherman' has
confined the , civilizing duties to . Geo.
Harney, and baa put 6200,000 in his
hairas. ' Jiarney e quaiincaiiousior sucn
a duty may be known when it is j stated
that he ;s tbe man, who attacked a camp
filled with Sioux, women and children at
Ash Hollow in 1855, made conditions
for a surrender they could, -not': comply
with, and . tuen commenced the
work, of .slaughter, 'after the. man
ner of Chivington at Sand' creek.
God help ' the Indians . tinder such
humane and civilizing influences-.as we
may expect from Harney and Hazen.
So far. a the Cheyennes, Arapahoes,
&c, are concerned, it is not material to
them as things now exist, who has' the
money General Sherman may set apart
for them, since they can derive no bene
fit from it, as by military order General
Sheridan has outlawed them and forbid
den any and all persons from communi
cating with them, or in any way aiding
or assisting them, under penalty -of pun
ishment, j... .:! . : -;: i I : v . -
I have not exhausted this subject, but
will close for the present and conclude
in another number. . ". - ' ' '- :'
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FEMALES, OWING1 TO 'THU' .
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aud the offices they perform, are subjectf
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coutribute in no small degree to their5
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relief of these various delicate affections
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greatest charm as to.do',isg sexj
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hands simple specirics, whichiwijljjaj
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almost every one-o4ioaer troublesome
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;ttv lo i i ttr-it it vaid(iT
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' Hnndreds'suffernMn'slIerlcerinrl
j hundreds otfothers apjoly yalirily to'rug' -
gists and doctors,' who either merely'tan,.
I ,'.1S ... . I! Taj", i r j-wtlo
' tatalize them with the hope of a cure or
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i apply remedies which make them jrvors
I I would not wish to assert anything that
j would do i injustice to the. afilicdl,.butI1
t am obliged to Bay that.altbough jt niay
I be produced ifromuexcessiYe -exhaustion.)
of the powers of life, by laborious eHm
' ployhierit, f unwh6Tes6me"'air ' and Y&oi,
I profuse' menstruation," tlielise'of Hea.anS
. coffee, and requwt.ch;ldbrt.h,tsiJfgr
ioftener caused, b yi direct jrritatioui iprf
' plied to the mucous membrane of - thtM
ivagiriartself. ornu-yjll ww.H
When reviewing the causes of these
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F 'tOj contemplate .the; attendant i evils eoaa
A. . .1 V - - t,i.:; 1 ,
. aequeui, uuuu tueui. At l -vus BiiiiiHau
justice to the Subject to enumerate mf&ir
of the many additional causes' wbiehso
largely affect the life", health-and happ?-'
ness'of woman in all classes" of Bocfety
' !and which, consequentlyi affect more'or'.
. less directly, . the welfare of the entire
'human family v( The., mania , thai f oists, 5
for precocious education ; and, xuarxiageri
' causes 4Ue. years that nature ; designed
for corporeal development- to be wasted-'
and perverted in the Te'strairitl of' dress1, jd
tb&'eafty confinement' of MbTOlahd'esT
ipe'cially iri' the" unhealthy' excite'ment pt
,t the. bali-robm. ' Th'hs',' witt" tlie'Tiod'
i! balT-clbthedl 'aqrltne mind 'iriduly 4ex
' cited pj. pleasure perverting, in. pidr
. night reve the hqursdesigned by atur.tv
for. sleep and rest, the work , of detruo-!,w
j tionjs.half accoropMshei.FEjga alAoBn
j ; In consequence of this early strainL?
I npori hef systefrif" tonheceBSar effort"1 fsf
'J required' b:y the delicate "votary;to '-'It.
tain her1 gitu'atToniin 8chobr-,at' k! iater'j1
- day, thus aggravating the evil. Whin?
; oneexcitementi oVef,"' Another ?rj!fbfJ
upective keeps the" mini .morbidly 'BeristjDP
: tivb- to ' impression,! while -th& now conr'1"
stant restraint of fasliionable-:dTees1abi1
-solutelyiitorbidding 1 the- extrciao india-C
-pensable to the attainment .and retentjoB ,a
. of .organic health an4 trength;.;the yexr-, j.
:posure to night air; the Buddeohangeiro
l of temperature ; .the complptej prpstra-
, tioa produced py excessjve'J dancing,a(i
mustj of necessity, produce heir legit'.jy
)mate effect. " At. last, an early marriage
, caps the climax of misery and' tbe'un-'
l fortunate 'one, hitherto so utterly' regard
less of the plain dictates and :reiri6n !!l
strances of her delicate narnre,' bfeeomesJ C'I
an unwilling subject-' Of medical ''treats "
ment. i Tide is but a truthful picture ot
; the- experience of thousands of our young r
j.jWomen-. tii:t Tn f'..i!i j'jii ni '..ut utt
I JUng before the ability to txercisethe-ii!)
.functions of the generative organs they no
require an education; of their i peculiarA
. nervous .-system, .composed, of.iwbat is-af '
called, the; tissue, which,, is, i in. jcommon t
with the female breast and . lips, videttt-10
Jy under the control of.-mental eruptions 1.0
.and associations at an ear yn period, ofr
life ;. and, as we shall subsequently iBe(elS'".0j
' these' eniotions," when' 'excessive,.- Iea,(lV,un
'. long before puberty, to habits whicl Bap.n1
the very life of their victims ere nature
Las self completed their development. '.'.
:il ! For Female Weakness' and Debility',"
. Whites' "or 5 Leucorrboea,' Too ' Profuse
Menstruation, ' Exhaustion;1 Too?' Long r
Continued 'Periods, for Prolapsus -and"''
Bearing Down, or' Prolapsus Uteri,
offer the most perfect' specific ;kriowi'I1i',
'HelmUoLd's Comp60d': Extract op
Blchu. Directions for use,"' diet,' 'aridt la
' advice,- accompany: -i : i tn? 1 a wa t
'. Females in every period of life, from
infancy: to extreme old agevwill find
remedy, to aid nature in the discharge of :
its functions Strength is tbeglory of
manhood and. womanhood.: Heumbold's :u!
Extract BucHU.is-' more stcextgtbenuig: - j
than any) of the preparations ,pf. Bark .
Or Iron, iufinitely safer, and, more pleas-; .;;0
ant. Helmbold's , Extract .Buchu,... j
having Received the indorsement of tba ,Ji;j
' most prominent physicians in the United, j
States,, is now. offered to afflicted hu--; ..
manity as a certain cure for the follow-.,, ,t
, ing diseases and Bymptoma, from what- H
ever cause originating : . General Debil-.
ity , Mental and Physical Depression,'. .
Imbecility,' Determination of Blood to. ' ' '
the 'Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria,' ' 1
General Irritability, Restlesshess "and , "''
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus- .': '
cular Efficiency, Loss of Appetite, Dys- ,,
pepsia, Emaciation! Low Spirits,' Disor-,
ganiEation or Paralysis. of the Organs of
: Generation," Palpitation of the Heart,
. and,-in fact,' all the concomitants 'of a1 :
I Nervous and Debilitated state of the '
system. . To insure the genuine, cut this
out.; Aak for Helmbolo's. ' Take no- '
other.'''- V-1' ei'iil-'-v''3'.''' 1 :-':
Sold by Druggists and Dealers every- -
where, j i i U t'i i i - -"' 5 -''":
r Pkice-$15 pef bottle br 6 bottles """ '.
. fo( 66.6011 Delivered-to any addreu.'
Describe symptome -in all communica-
: tionsLAddresB ! H.' Ti HELMBOLD. ; ' "
1 T-J 1 -tt 1 , W...!,.. ' KAl . ,,
AJrug auu ; Vjlleuiica. - f ainnnunr wow-
Broadway, JJ.Tt.i- a v- ; -. . .:i.i? -.
.-None are genuine unless., done up in .
steel-engrayed, wrapper, with fao-simile K
' of imy Chemical WarehQueeand .igned. .;
jM-dwis-weowly H. T. ilti.MbOLd.
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