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r square for first insertion, 76 cents for eaoh ad
Bcsix.88 Noticis, SO cents each insertion . .
Koticks of Deaths. 50 cents. .
' Worioisor Mabhiasks, 76 cents. V. - .-
'. ftBUGlor. Notwkb. half pries. "
M trantimt drum0KU hmm( S paid for at
(ft. Mm tAtjf an ordered.
Architect, Civil Kngineer, e. ,
Office over the National h xchanfre Bank"
plSEBf HASMHii-J : J !
Office, fo. 68 south igh tr et, AmbosBaild-
. ATTOKXA ITtAT-1
LAW A HATOR.
AXlOEMil'-AT-LAW Kotmry Public
Ofiiee in Parson's Buildinn.
AUC1T0IS AND COMMISSION
T j). HEAL,
Anetioneer and Dealer in Real Estate House
x o m est ttwaaa jwsu..
barber and Hair Dresser.
Hot anil Cola
Basement Postoffioe Building.
J ? BOOK BINDERS. (1 J jg '
BOOTS & SHOES, t a
T. WILLIABS A Ct..
;-M4 rkmt. iMira str.wti Jast reuerted. an
. elegant assortment. Aew styles, low prices
Is the aotad. aeoae-ior (rood Boots-aad-Shees
at low prices, jsew otocA just received. -
, . ,.7a SaaU aih streets
fJ4tBIIsMII A CO ,
IX DealM In PiUaburgh ind OhttfCoal.
Coka. Drain Tile ami Mods Sewer PiDe. '
T 1 fr'ATCM A (UH
JTa CnanaissioBj T warding and Produce Mer
ebafi4aliAUrai'4Br, se. K7 W. Broad
treek.,. ( , s
T-y HaDlSBl.a4c C -
Uaaafaetaran.and Dealers iBmeh. Ger
man and Americao, yore Ms. Also, Muop Bkiits.
:: , lKl opera Houses
hoteaala ,and Retail ,' Deales .in China.
UueaasaMkra, btlawfiateo. Vuuds, Lmpsaad Uuiy
CAAUuear iio ' .. .saut tluta street.
, ( , eov oMbU1. Aaia ( '
(l4BNtll 4k: EJ
f ' ' '
We-as'tp be the aes.
..J . , 1 .
o.3 ast Broad street
fi ;.WtJ DEMT1ST.-Th. best styles
VT,o Dentistry,. .LQoluduic Dana'.. Jjaprovea
IB inersl' Plate; 0 thee. 10 and IX Opcia. iilocli. . . .
istsuUii : I"
y--w 'T 10 ,, A. !4.'. e1'!?"""' wv -i-
V: -Dealers in Dry Woods'. NotiOTrs'Jirptits,. OiU
. UioeaSj -tattings- bhades,- Hate-,' Cap. and 'urs.j
eenar llio ami Krinn atrefcs:-f T . .
AAr w t
holesale and He tail Dealers in- Staple and
fBooy-ASrY'uuoas. -ana jianutacturers ot lauiaa'
CloayA. Ja O. iligo ireei.r
4jiiMm'w A..stAr Msfti" '
A? r'. Arum A Co., oash dealers in Dry fcroods and
inottuBs, KJ6 BotB reurtu sireew-f . '"'- -
fl Wholesale anil tjilftvil tlpaW'Cn'Tirv Hojtr:
ughtm Budinju No. 11H and. t Bouth .Jliai.
XV Dealers in otaple and Fancy Dry Goods and
wur a-BrntsninK uouos. nctAea lions..
t I llAlnUlSl't. bUAt A i.V.r : v '
Vj Ina leas f J) .fttajlianA feaacy Dry ?,t-
1. , -l ,r: .r-:Tr,r.
A .A'oMiKajuid' iXaueatio Ory (rood. Llothj.
A f BTBl si f T Sa ST sSK I II f
x vno. sws mvbv w. ouwUi XJ.1BU Btxeeu
I Vwava n - A t . f - ' , .
V People's Dnic lstorJV8Q South High 8u Pre-
scripuuns careiuuy coiuvuuaued at all hoars. 7
I iia-T.sJitijfiiixosii3.V!7l;' ,'-;
A-.1' JOfaN H. JniBhIHTB.' '
S64 ijiorth High
Aiat-L.k. t ni ravw
UOiitBAlili A KKI'aIL. DRUGGISTS.
l QMM.ujaiiin:0., voiaubDusUi
tAJAfJrs', tttllljK A CO.,
AA ,W sMaBle-ad Keiail Draaalsts. and Daalen
1 11 f fvitl04tj jBnuH.iwins,
S North HUh street.
. aeeisuei-s. bnAraser and Pabliahers. , Nota
rial ana oUter seals .uisraved to order... .-
i.. . . jus. 107 and lo 6outh H'yjh street.
(tanataotarers aad Wholesale and RUiI Deal-
r.ABAauimtare.unairs, iawrassee,u, - --
.e. MMMeuth ldichat. twperi House).
s tHIO rBITIaL;js...1 'y "
U HanalactnrersM llratalaaa knmltwre. Whnlw
Sji ss AAjui aunt, a sj., -"
J Dealeru ia Maw ties. -HtnTa. ami Hrm,, v-r.
nisbina irooAlA,XinCoiper antL,theet Iran
WareT5' .-. 77 ? r- . IT lust Iowa .ma..
A' K fc S st STt7 AHT,
ilj.'; Uoas. J! ornishing
. CoDj-w.'lu- ana he Iron, tetoes aud Uaatles
st , hHXm in ButjAf,xtiBM ir'araisfaiac Goodi.
slanufaetnrar and Wholerale Dealer In Hons
Skirts and Corsets. Also, dealer in Berlin Zanher
and Fancy Goods, 103 South High strr jt.
HOWE SEWING 'MACHINE.
P. AXTELL :
Dealer in Musioal Uerehandiae. BooVs. "Sta
tionery and Fancy Goods generally, special Agent
for the celebrated Elias Howe Gold Medal Sewing
Machine. No. S10 south Hisn street, eor. Kien.
HATS & CAPS.
VI (Successor to E.banO Dealer In Bats, Caps.
Furs and Straw Goods 828 south His street.
. . -. (Situ Golden Hat) .
J. H. DAVIDSON. Proprietor.
(1NITED STATES HOfEL,
J Corner High and Town nreew.
E. J. BLOUNT, Proprietor.
Corner Konrta A Friend sts. Commodloui
house and extensire stables. '
. i,. A. BUWH.K3. rroprtetor.
COMNEO riCBI JWXKL LIFSj. in
surance Company. Assets, $18,000,000.
1 GEN tBAb AGENTS-Security
' liite lnsnrane.
r" ' - mr mi
No. S Opera House.
TTOB1K JlXSUUtAIfCK .
11 Columbus. O.
soital and Assets. t466A14.a7.
w. u, Al--BAb..K, rec y.
OtBce. Nos 0 A T Opera Hons.
- MTTJiTNERY GOODS.
J. Wholesale and Retail Millinei
rr Uoods. '
191 IS. Biah street. Opera House Blook.
MK. A. DOWNWiG,
Dealer in Millinery, Straw Goodi and Trim
mings. No- 67 North High street.
e Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim-
mines nd r aney Uoods. 130 south man street.
SCHA HAtfMGIf .OBLLEBEK,
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur
No- 68 North High street.
a . Merchant Tailorand Dealer, ia Gents Fur
nishing Goods. . Also agent for thaDiamond Shirts.
v ; . . " 11 8ouch High street. .
BE OHIO niERCH ANT TAILORING!
A CLOTHING CO.. 186 8. High sr. Gents'
snita made to "order,
waja on band.
Beady-made Clothing al-
JOHN CI. BICKElB4CHEB,
Merobant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
No. 81 North High street
el Merchant tailor; mo south High st.
Choiee stock of Clothing constantly on hand.
AIMDKbVVM A HI' S.Ej. f: i - I
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 65 South High street. ne' doortoPostorSee. :
rtteu. ctiEimAifN4 -v ' y ' - -- .
JD- - News Deeler,-BeohselW Statioaerand BindJ
ar. Publicatiens m both German and English.
331 south High street.
ANDREWS PEBRY A CO., - - '
Manufacturers and Dealers in Writing, Frint
ing and Wrapping Papers. OS A 6 North High st.
VWIHSA-fllEBs. P '. ,
iV- DeaJerrin rVintrng. BooVl-W ritrng and Fine
Papers 86, 18 A 40 North High street.
4- FHOTOGBA PHE R8
-61 South High street.
PHOTOGRAPHER. 107 South Ilich street.'
ictnres made in wrery style and sis. " -
J. ARCHER, .
Photographs, Ambrotypes, Gems, etc., etos
- No. 13 South High streau , i
a No. S Oaara Hnua. , Traata lli......J,f tha
Eye, Ear. Heart, Throat aadXungt, Aiso, Diseases
of Women and Children.
W. HARRIS ft: JO,jJ': - ' - 1
TIT t . . 1 n . i I 1 . ( . , . a
a " noieeaie auu neuui aomior. iot Aiigaiv ai
UaTk and Haiaea A Bro.'a Piauoa.. Alsa. llmiu.
Melodeons and other musical instrument.. , . -
86 North High street.1
T . I). WOODS. -.. , , , .
. ' A .... I.- 'U? 1 : IV ,. TO '
anos. Also, Organs.
a k on if iur uivacnii. a tuBAumenvniii'
Melodeons and Wheet Music.
11 South Align
lAKB. f.At;ilSl r. HESlAVnAUT,'
EXCH AltO fa '
A- voroer state ana- nurfi rtreots.
-CHARLEY MYER, Proprietor.
SEWING MACHINES. h
i'tA SKWlN jriACHIBIES, ,
aA. The best in the world. No. 1 and I Onera
House. W. PIMMEL. General Agent. '
WATCHES AND JEWELRY:,
I AS. DVIHBlKtCO
SXm Dealers in Fine Watches,
Clocks. - Jewelrr.
Hio. il East Towu t
i-X , (Successors to Wm. .Hlynn) ofealef ia Dia-',
A - 1X7. ..t. . I 1 W : . XI- .3 U. 1
Cuuuo. it kwulb, .b.wij, duiw nHt.v. uw
cles. No. S Neil House.
T7 A , A I. LEMIUEHEUX,
X w , .Wholesale and Retail dealers iu Watches,
Cloak, and Aewelrr. No. U South High street . i
STRICTLY WHOLESALE. '
ANCuur r bhus. a jo., -
Whn M. . I m m in II w llnMi .nil ru
3 and 4 liwrnne Block. Town street -'
DEEDi JONES A CO..
Ali Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boot.
and Shoes. No. 3 Gwyune Block. Towa St '
KtOTICE , IS v HEREBY
GIVEN , TO
i-1 . all whom it may oonoern. that the Citr Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organized and oarrying on business as an Indepen
dent Banking 'Ompany at the eity el Cleveland,
Ohio, under an. act of the General Assembly of th.
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Act to incorporate
the State Bank of Ohio and other Bankias Com
panies," passed February 34tb. 1845, being desireu. ,
(A reiiuquisniug ana closing iu xanKing ousiness.
to that end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the
said ntate-of uhio in such ess. mad., paid and re
deemed more than ninety per-eent of the maximum
amount of its circulating notes, and delivered th.
same to the Treasurer ot State of the said State of
Ohio to be destroyed, and have provided means and
given security to the satisfaction of the Treasurer.
Secretary and Auditor, of State of said State of
Ohio lor the redemption Of its outstanding notes of
circulation at the office of the National City Bank,
of Cleveland, at the said eity of Cleveland, Where
said City Bank is located. - ' ;v J tui.
Done by order of the Board of Directors of the
City Bank of Cleveland, July th. 1868,
i . LEMUEL WICK. President.''
jyll-dltawfim r 7-. - -j
Notice to Bridge Builders.
CEALED PROPOSALS VflLL BE BE
ir ?1Tedb the undersigned, at th. office of th
!?f?nnKob.WrOIk B 'eiti f Columbus
f ntL' tiH0RS.UAY- -u' January. 1869. at 18 UtY.
for building the superstructure ef a 3-trn.. Hriri.a
usron tn. Big Walaut oreek.oB the line ef th. ka-o
th. Hi. U7.1--. 1 ' .1 , " .
spsu to be about ! leet long
"r"'"' f aiin county, ot two spane, eaoh
aaa v?i ieet wide,
irom put.to out: to oeoovered. by the best of oak
shingles,Dd weatherboaraed witi good first cem-
Bidders to furnish their own plans, with specifica
tions in detail. All Of said work to be donVto Si
aMsfaetloa of ths Boardof Publi. Works and! thl.
resid-nt engineer of the National road. ,,.T .
The right to reject any or all bids,plans or speei
fieaUon. it reserved ?- JOHN A. BLAIRV-
-1- Mesident Engineer NaAioii-dBoaLi -i
decS4-did-P ..... - t.v i. , .: '
-j" The Sisters ot.SVMujft: ;1'
Af TBE RPRINGS, BECENTLY 1 W
tl Somerset, Perry county, will open their large
and spacious building for the reception of pupils on
th. Urea Monday in September. 1868. For Board aadi
TukioB. T6-, a8, B86 and 00, according to the de-
partment 01 tuo 1,111111. i y ( j oo, uvoai. oup 1
Addrets oox i, . . 1 -ri; .
A t PJ.IB OP "JOK GODTIN" C0LT81 FIVE '
V and six years' old, very bsndsom., kind and '
"S&JiP " 'JilCrlAim ..:
SSlQ. 1 " 1 .AT . T, J "T .
ON AW AFTER- TUESDAY, THE
12th day of Jaauary. 1869,
FOR 35 DAYS,
GILCHRIST, URAY & CO.
V. i '-v',.ir I lo a--;'.
.-i iicoli ci
porxeiir B4l,'-BS.-i,1'-: '
Also Great Reduction in the price of -.
; SB T ; I.J i -
t3 J tn ljsa,ts e3 " .
TTxica.earvs'eA.x'. ': '.J'"'
We are sola A rents for the sale of the- HARRIS
BE A.&LLES4, AID GLOVES. t -..j.-f.. i
irom (Aig date our ttare will be closed
at 6 o clock PrA. tmtit further notice,?-?!' i
a 6IIiClTRIST.LGRAT t CO.,
No.. J3.i6, A 19 South High st
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS, c
estt .A ."7
. ; ' '. - .'A.'r V. A v
f J A U C H TO N ' S I
ParenaAcrs of Dry Good
eordiallr Invitsd to
i ana examine id.
M E W SP O C K.
y. ..1 ' :
FANCY GOODS.. .:
?,- CHKAP, , , i
118 4k 122 Santis-Hlsrai Street,
.or.iM . .': . ' t.rji . . -siis I' - iii: b ri'i ' )
P. W. . HUNTINGTON & CO.
A N IC-E RS,
Corrier Broad & High Sts.
COLUMBUS, OHIO.?: j
'1 " r.
r. HATDM. JOS. HUTCBSaOM. ' W. B. B ATrlH.
. ; hii t i ? . . . ri rti ' . '. ,,ia'
! fiAYDEN, HUTCHESON & C0,
33 13- ISLJ 33 R. S
1Jati .'--l i ara fl. ; rrt.d ?li Ii
' ivo. is g. moin stbeet," '
Cwlaaw away O.
AND WINTER GOODS.
! No. 220 South High St..
' COI.IJMBUlt, OHIO.
XHATE JUST RECEIVED THE
largest and Snest stock of Fall and Winter
uooas ever vrougat to uus city, consisting oi
SVeatolkw h-,- -...,'. ,' ;',
I j Ex&g'lisBlA ctnd 'J
' - JPomesstio Clotbai,
' , Caaslmcrea, fo.,
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will tell at th. low-
Also keep constantly oa hand a wall selected
stock of . . . . .
' READY MADE CLOTHINC
M) South HUh V
, CJL,OTHIIG,: .t,yr
CUSTOM 'AND'- READY-MADE !
I . i'l . l - ' ' mjfiii i -
I T-.ii. :;. THE OHIO (,-,
MnwohanfTntlnrino' AV rin4lif n ra 'i
Ult;i vuiiai Mivi,ug viuiuiug vytai
..... -,-.)., . CslnBilua4 OfAla).,
TOPEBBSEW SXOC1C Of CLOTHS.
;aaaimerAS. Orereoatinc and Vestinrs. hntK
Foreign and Domestic for Fall and' Winter wear. '
1 1 .11 -n-,n I' I' . "1 I. mm i'H ':" - . -1.'
gentIaEmen or TASmOH T;
Witl always find both our materials and our work
to be in the height of th. mod.. W. f all spare
ne pains in producing the most elegant ana fash,
ionable garments to be found any wbei, .
I BEADYsMADE CLOTinjrG.
Of which t great part is mainfaotared by oanlTes,
i .da latest and most fashionable styles, will ai
ays be found ea oar shelree..iA All the varieties
of the season, at terj low prices.
a, si 1 - -
in full Unas, alwajs kept oo band.
i "cum ftm.
,a J v.iua.
.waasw-weewnas ,u , i a;,
The" confirmed dvi
is inav almost say with St
Pater ."I rlia riailv."
.'be obiect of this article it
not ta-rami ad him of :
H- bit pangs.out to snow
' forever Ih. tneacs
him bow to banish them
of immediate and permanent .relief are proffered
him in .. . ,
- i HOOFLAWD'S
-Hi in Vi'T- .;'.:u;i: .;..).."-. v liiii'-l : .
GERMAH ' BITTERS!
I ..-.. ...i ,ATi-J, j :.
And h f for him to iay whether he will eontinut
to endure a living death.er to put himself ia J
titioa to render life enjoyable, n.v .i .
Of th.elricafiV' W this matchless VeretabTe atom-
acbie are to be found in every eity and town in the
LI nited States healthy men and . women,' rescued
from torture by its Afwa jise. and eager to bear
testimony W itt vir' "aaf -Hues.- It differs from
any other Bitters in existence in thit special par
ticular it is not aioonono.
For such eonstitutions and .ystems as require for
tneuuvigorauouaainiisive3uaiiant -.r ,
CERKIAriJ: TONIC I
Hat been provided a 'preparation In which the sol
id extracts Of the finest restoratives of the vegeta
ble kinadnm are held in solution bv a AniritunnA
agent, pureed of all deleterious constituents. The
Satient. in caoosing between tnsee two great aett
otes, should be guided by his own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonio should be
bis select loo; out in cases wner. tn. .m.rgensy is
not so pressing, the Bitters is the specific reauired.
Thousands find infin- a ite benefit from tak
ing each in turn. Tea There is no phase of
indigestion, biliousness, nervous disease or physi
oal prostration to which they are not adapted, and
ia wnion, singly or combined, tney wui not eneotj
sure,. ... :
Exchange Pain' for Ease
' ' ... ' - 'I --1 ri -1 ':
And Weakness for Strength. Get rid of the ail
ments wuioh interfere witn enjoyment; east gloom
ar.d despondency to the winds; take a stronger hold
of life and. in short, become a -
o; .. : .' : NEW i- MANJ;' 'i 'i"
i.iji.;, .i t..-., . : ,ti--- ,;h'X Z il.
Through the instrumentality of tn. most powerful
and popular, of all vegetable inrigorautA and. est-
reouve.,. , .. u , n , .oii,;i;(lor -
' Biliousness. Indicettteai Geeeral Debility, and
all the oomplaints which proceed, fsom a want of
prupcr khuu m u-j iitve, m, iiiuuioud auu uio
bowels, are eradicated by a course of this great ' '
j CONSTITUTidNAL SPECIFIC.
Whioh not only combats and conquers diseases that
have entrenched themselves .in the system, but
is me oest Known saieruara against airunoeaitny
Innaenees. persons whose occupations and pur
suits suojeot them - to the depressing effects of a
.lose, unwholesome atmosphere, should take it reg
ularly as a protection against the low fevers and
ether disorders whioh malaria engenders.. Inva
lids wno are , . , .:;
WASTING A WAT,7
Witnout any special' omp.aint,' wxeeot a gradual
aeeiinatton oi Dooiiy strength and nervous energy,
Will find in the BI1V tj ; TERS a fountain ol
vitality and vigor, at I ref
eratinz as a pool in the desert to
refreshing and exil-
aaa tainting travelers.
: : -HOpPL'AND'S;;:;-; -
C E R M A N B ITT E R S
IteompoMlof the pure iuioatfor. at they are me
dicinally termed. Extracts), of Roots, Herb, and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free from Alcoholic admixture of any
kind.. . ; ...;;... i . - '.
' --J- HOOPL ANDB'J
Is a combination of all the Istretents of th. Bit-
wll. km mwrrmma ...III. Uu... IV.. U-
Orange, eto..,making one et the must pleasant aad
agreeable remedies ever offered to the publio il . -.
These remedies will effectually cur. Liver Com
plaint, jaundice; uys- a - pepiia,
Nervous Dahility. . Eai j Chroma
the Kidneys, and all diseases aris.ng from a.diaor-
aaraa Aiiver or stomscn. , . ., ., t 0li t-
' ' ,' . k such' -' -i -
I-!' "' " as Consti-!"'-! '-''! " '
. oti-sxfc'i l-'i'' pation, inward i .!! t-.;
i.i ; i , riles. Fullness of i,,
1,1 Blood to the Head, .t- ' ' "
: r.tu -- Acidrty'-'of -the Stomachs 1
: f t . - Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust i '
for Food, Fullness or Weight in th. -, ,.
; ' , Stomaob, Sour, Kructationa, , Sinking -.
' or Fluttering at -the pit of the Stomach, '
Swimming ef the Head, Hurried aad IMffieult '
Breatbina. Fluttering at the. Heart., Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
i Aimness oi tsion. nois or w eos Dei ore in.
i Sight, Fever anovDriB Pain in the Head.
. Deficiency of Perspiration! Yellownesfy. .jt
oi iss oam and Jbyes. ram in tne
; - -J ' Side, Back; Chest. Limbs, eta. ' '
Sudden Flushes of Heat. -IV
JJurning .in th. Flash..,,-.
.-.! ir-.r Com)Unt imagin '
ir.; i . i i ings of Evil, and -A-'.'
,i " ..".I Great Depret-, , ,
' - sioa of .
i-.i . i ,-i,u Spirits.
-. I ?. They at the Greatest and Beet
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th. us. of these remedies, aad no disease will ever
viij : 'a.iiii i ,i
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Weak and Delicate Children
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' Tbousanda cf certificates have accumulated in
the hands of the proprietors, but space will allow
of the publication of but a few. Those, it will be
observed, are men ef note. and oftBok standing that
uio must, do oeiieved.T
I ' 'j;
THE WHOLE SUPREME COURT
OF PEIWSYlVr AIWA
SPEAKS FOR THESE REMEDIES.''
Who would ask loy more dignified or stronger tes-
I HON. C. W. WOODWARD,
Chief Jus tic. of the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, writes :
i Phiiidilfeii. Alareh 18. 1887..
' I find "Hoofiand's German Bitters" is a aood ton.
ie. useful in diseases SI of the digestive or
gans, ana oi great Den- a ent in cases ot debil
ity and want of nervous action in the system.
, Yours truly. GEO. W. WOODWARD.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia. April 28, 1866.
'I consider "Hoofiand's German Bitters" a valna.
ble medicine in e-ises of attacks of Indigestion or
Dyspepsia. I can certify this from my experience
oi it. , I ours, witn respect,
... JAMES THOMPSON. '
HON. JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
i - . -
Prothonotarv of the Supreme Court of Pennsjlva-
i, . rHiLADELFHiA, oert. 14,1S7.
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toxi ating drink, and may be used beneficially by
persons ot all age. Re pectfully yours,
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'Hoofiand's German Remedies are eounterfeired'.
See that the signature of C. M, JACKSON
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ers are counterfeit. ,
Principal Office and Manufactory at the German
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, Formerly C. MJ ACKSO, ii CO.,
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Our Indian Complications-- 6.
COLUMBUS, Jan. 11.
[From the Cincinnati Gazette.]
, The afpcial letters of Iia iriilitary
relation to the'campaiga against hostile
Indians, soutbV of, the .Arkansas - are
specimens in their, way, und I think de
serving of public: attention, for reasons
which will appear in the Beqnet.: -J.J, '
I Jn his official report pf "the battle of
!th; Washita," dated fin ihe field, on
the WaBhita, river, November 28; 1868,"
arid addressed to Gen. Sheridan, it is
stated by Gen. Gnstar that on the morn-'
ing of the 26th of November he ''8truek
the trail of an Indian War party, num
bering aboaii one hundred warriors. The
'trail was not quite twenty-four hours pld,
and-waa: fret discovered- near her point
'where the Texas boundary line crosses
jthe Canadian river. The direction was
I toward : the- southeast. - The Ground be-
ing': covered ' by over twelve inches of
snow-, no dimcnltyTras experienced in
followirJ ibe trail.''' A vigorous pursuit
was at once .instituted. Wagons, tents
and all other impediments to a rapid
j march (save a band of music) were aban-
'donedi"- liTom -early daylight until i
io'clock at night, the" pursuit; was- tfnr'
J checked. ' Horses ' and .'men 'were ,'thah
! allowed one hour for refreshment, and at
,10 P. M. the march was -resumed, until
1J30 A. M., when our ,Osage trailers' re-
ported a village within less than a mile
trom onr advance, j C . '
j After this recital, which I give in' his
; own. words, Custar goes on ' to -say; that
the. column .was immediately, counter,
marched: and i withdrawal to a - retired
point to prevent discovery, wbeM the
;plan of attack nporiTthe'T.ndian village
! was arranged, and Was as- foHows&'The
: command was divided into four columns
! of nearly equal -strength the first, con
sisting of three companies, under Major
' iilhott, Was to attack in tne timoer trom
j below the village ; the ' 'second column,
under, Lieut. Col." Myers, wai; to' 'move
I down the Washita, and attack in the
! timber-jfrom "ab6e", BrvlP"OoTonel
Thompson, in command of the third
column, was to 'attack from the 'crest,
north of the village,' while 5 the; fourth
' column was to charge the village, from
' the crest overlooking it, on the left bank
i of the -Washita." The-' command 'con
sisted of eleven troops of 1 the Seventh
I Thus ; disposed, the troops were to
j charge simultaneously at be first dawn
j of day. Custar says in relation to. jt ,
! "There never was a more complete- wrr
iprise.i My men charged the viUag and
j reached thetlodgea(. before' the1. Indians
' were aware of 'our presence.'.',. The,' ino-'
! men t the charge was ordered, the band
struck up 'Garry Owen,' and with cheers
every tfwepei,I fed'bjr iris; "officer,
rushed toward the village." The Indi
ans rushed from their ' lodges whieh.
with all their contents, were in a few.
: moments ih itbe. possession! of Custa
bat the warriors eot behind trees and in
; the deep ravines, and made determined
j resistance,' and it took; seveta hours to
i dispatch thera- all, and Custac',' Bays,' )us
; "efforts were crowned with j. the CLdost
complete and eratifvHia' success.- The
entire.! village, numbering.' ! fifty-one
lods-es.-fell Into his hands, with all the
1 the-' Indians possessed, including tneir
' winter: supplies of food, and whatever
i was of value to them was destroyed; i
i l!The bodies' of one hundred and? three
warriors, including that, of the i Chief,
Black Kettle, were left upon the ground,
i arid, fifty-three squaws and their- thil
: dreri fell into our , possession as 'prison
ers ot war. i ' It so happened tnat some
of the squaws and a few children' were
killed and wounded." In ' his ' detailed
list of, property captured, Custar saysi
"We captured, in good condition, 875
'horees, ponies ad inules." -. . ("
The Xiowae, under Satanta, and Ara
' pahoes. under Little - Raven, -were, ac
cording to the report, encamped six miles
jbelow Black Kettle's ' village, 'and the
'warriors from these two villages, Custar
, says, came to attempt the rescue- of: the
jCheyennes.' f They attacked my com
mand (says he from all sides about noon,
hoping to recover the squaws and herds
of the Cheyennes." : - . -. , ,- t
j ' The official reporV of this" battle,"
made by General Sheridan to the Lien
jtennnt General, is supposed to be based
on Cnstar'p report- : Sheridan is at the
head of the North Canadian', and Custar
operating on th' Washita river.' : Sheri-
dan dates his report on the North Cana
idiari, at the: junction of Beaver) creek,
! November 29, 1868. In ' it' ha states
that Custar struck,' pri tbe;2f5th ;of No
vember, " the .trail - pf a war party of
Black Kettle's band returning trom' tne
north;" that he at once followoed in
pursuit "over to the headwaters of the
j Washita, thence down that, stream, and
on the morning i of the 27th ; surprised
the camp of Black Kettle," and after a
desperate fight, in which Black' Kettle
was assisted by the Arapahpes under
Little Raven and the Kiowas nnder
Satanta," captured the entire camp, &c.,
&C.r "About j eight or nine hundred of
the animals captured were shot, the bal
ance kept for military purposes. . i It is
to- be observed that Custar'S official re
port, dated on the Washita, and on or
near the ''battle" ground, I suppose, is
made November 28th, and that of Sher
idan on the North Canadian is made on
November 29, 1868, only one day inters
vening. . That seems to me to be pretty
quick work, especially when it it is re
membered that the parties are supposed
to be in ' a direct.' line some ', ninety or
more miles apart, in a broken country,
where there are' no- telegraphs, no roads
of any kind, snow twelve inches' deep,
with the snowdrifts- in the valleys, and
Custar's men and animals, as he assures
Us, completely worn out from' hard ser
vice and loss of Bleep ! ( But .that is not
all. ' Sheridan says, in his report that
ICustar struck a war party of Black Ket
tle's band returning from the north j that
he at ones followed in pursuit over to the
, head waters of the Washita i thence
down that stream, and, on the morning
of the 27th; surprised, the camp of Black
' Kettle. 1 1 His i report: further says that
j about eight or nine hundred of the ani
mals' captured Were shotj the balance
)iept for military purposes n I lpok: in
vain in General Custar's-report for asin
; gle word to authorize General Sheridan
to say in his, that Custar struck the trail
' of a war. party of Blaek Kettle's band,
br that ths trail carried him ever to the
head waters of the Washita, and thence
down that streamor that he. t surprised
.ihe f canrn of. Black Kettle," or any
Other V camp ", What Custar- did say
in his report was, that he struck the trail
Pf an Indian war party that' its diree -
tion was toward the southeast that in
following ' tb trail 'in 'vigorous Rptn-
suitv at 1:30 A. M;,' on" the mdrning-of
November 87th, his Osage : trailers reh
ported awrliage,"!nota'camp.': with
in less-than a mile from'hfsTadvance."' :
In asort of supplement "to fcJi repoVf,
model a 'day 'or two late? to' the LSeute'r?
anti General, Sheridan' sayB that the -spalp
iof aa expressman; anid hlBfttail,
and photographs arid other articles' taken
from houses robbed in -Western Kansas,
were: found an Black Kettle's camp.
(Justar, in his-report, says that in pw
paring his inventory of the spoil, a strict
and careful examination was made after
the " battle,'.' but he says not a wopd
about this scalper the mail of. the mnrd-i
red expressman, or the photographs dot
other i articles, and . they : are' net - to be
found iu the inventory,, -I also- look: in
ain' for 'anything- in Castor's i report
about . AUling .--between eight, and sine
hundred .animals, .or any -other number, I
or about; appropriating-any animals ,to
military use. - Custar did say that in the
hurry of-the fight "it so happened that
sbme of the squaws and a few. children
were killed," but this important fact is
omitted entirely in the report of ..General L
Sheridan. I: Now, 1 Bubratt thatwich dis:
crepancies - as appear i theaei reports.
although. omoiali and-s made, aty-i:ftig
officers) : of- the army; , reader them , isnrev
liable and unworthy ef confidence, while
at the same timet oey lead the.mmd to
the conclusion; that the location of Black
Kettle's village was known before the
expendition set out,,and that Custmt did
hot, while in f 'search of hostile Indiana,":
accidentally strike , the trail that led him
to the devoted, vUlap-Q,0,, .iia .,,-. ,
At word about the . village of Blaek
Kettle. That h. had one in the "Indian
territpry" as early , as tha fceginning pf
November, we are now enabled, to prove k
army, officers themselves, 3It seems
that General Hazen, perhaps, in October,
commissioned au individual to trade with
the Indians who were, assembled on the
reservations, or jn 4b jnighborhopd of
Fort Cobh, npderi tberprovisions jpfthe
treaties. X)f October, 1867, fWhere .(did
he get authority for this rand is thecor-
rapt Indian trade captivating to, the mil
itary?! This person brought a latter to
Fort Cobb, from ia,, Mrs.,Blinn,,a , white
captive, dated November 7. 1868, -.bhe
states that she Is with rhe Cheyennes,
and that thy.say she can go home when
the white men make peace.- This letter
Hazen , sends . to. headquarters- In an
other: dispateh to : Jieadquartere . Hazen
says Black Kettle, was at. Fort Cobb on
the 20th of Novemher, on . which occa
sion he told he Chief , that he and? his
people were considered "at war ,,and that
he would give him no protection until he
That Black Kettle was Jjis village fin
the Washita on the 1 27tb -of November
is painfully true: &Henoe tbe:faet seems
to -be apparent) that the i Chief spent the
month of November, in the Indian, Teritol
rV. arid thereforeuAd Jiad not been north
with a war party; returning on the 26jh
of November v Hrom rail that we- learn
about Ihia: vUlage- it was established
with hie herd, his stock of provision and
his buffalo robes, the result -of his fall
hunt, and hia: other, property around
hinv.-iiil:.iiotr immediately u,the reser
vation, he-was in the country adjaeent,
j where .by the .treaty he, had, a, legal righ,t
todwell' He waa,,moreover in the. re
gion of Fort Cobb, the point to whioh,
General Hazen had gonejift October, by
order of .General Sherman, 1'tp fulfill
out treaty stipulations'' : with the Chey
ennes, ... Arapahoes, Kjowas. .Comancbes
Snd Apaches, where General Sherman
expected thesa Indians, to go, andj where
General Hazen, he said would pr'pvide
for. their necessities. In hia village, thus
located, and where he waa dwelling he
had a right to.tbe protection, of .the gov
ernment of the LI nited , btates, And ju
perchance, any Indians, with him were
guilty. -of murder, theft , or other, wrong
to whites or Indians, he was bound, upon
rlom&nd. to five them no to be" dealt
with according to-lawr- That is one of
the stipulations 5of the treaty.4 On the
night' of November 26, 1858;' the inhabi
tants" of that ' ' Indian f-! Village hot; a
"camp" appear' to have' gone to' their
rest uricoriscibus1 of 1 dangef.,JHavirig
done toothing1 to merit it, they did not
anticipate an assault.'' Not being a war
party tust returned from the North with
spoils and scalps, they did not engage in
the usual scalp dance, 'nor had they
picket or sentinel on tAuty,'3"'-"' 5,!' ?"'''
: Custar comes tipon, or within a inile
of this village, at 1:30 ' A.' M- on "the
27th of November,' having ' followed the
trail, which, be says,' he had no dim
culty in discerning, ' iven1 i ' the 'night,
notwithstanding Sheridan : sys - Cnstar
traVeled during one ' of 'the 'heaviebt
snow storms that has visited this (that)
section ' of ' country' ' "'He-' halts, -'nd
countermarches his command," and ar
ranges for the attack on the village'' at
dawn- of day.'1 The result is known.
Custar reports that - be ' killed one hun
dred and three warriors, including Black
Kettle himself r also. Borne squaws -and
children, and that fifty-three squaws and
their children fell into his hands f$ pris
oners of War.?, ,'A correspondent" of the
New York Herald,., with Custar,- says
that the desperate charactei of the fight
may be , judged , from the. fact. that .no
male prisoners were taken over -eight
years of age, all the Indians above that
age having joined in tne ngnc. it -may,
then, safely be assumed that all the In
dians in the village were put to the sword,
save the fifty-three sqaws and their chil
dren.''. To make up the one hundred arid
three warriors left dead upon the ground,
we must include all the: male . Indians
over eight years of age. In this view
of the case' where, I aski were the 'one
hundred warriors of the war party whose
trail Custar followed! 'Certainly, not
in Black Kettlfl's- village. 9-And .where
were the animals of this war r, party
Oertainly not among the herd of Black
Kettle. All the animals in that herd,
Custar tells us,j:"rerer iri -good-condition.'
: 'In the same Tepbrt' tie tells us
that his own- animals were-worn out by
reason of service in' the jonrtey ''1tob
the Canadian to thrVillageinlv Jve
days., The animals of a war party that
had gone a considerable, journey nprtl
4nd returned, through ,the snow storm,
must have been much more reduced than
Custar's were- As neither1 thtf "animals
of the war party: were foundttf )the
herd,- pov the . warriors ,"ofT:the 'aine
found c. among : the'b slain, m , it' iUis
quite apparent, it Seems1 tolne; that the
attack upon and slaughter of the inmates
of the village was' simply the massacre,
ti deliberate . murder pf Black Kettle
and; Ida bnd, a friendly chief, with hia
ra en. i women o and y children, - lawfully,
quietly -and- peacefully resiuirig'whete'
tie , treaty ";prpvided they 'should live,
ap4, where they had a right to proteo
tion .from, .the- Government. . Audi this
- vile thing is approved by Gen. Sherman,
ktroyed all, these by burning;. In his 6f
by ficial report pf hisnrney 'adaMfai
wnV -ttioi becomes artvor ib i trioasa
' oaurbnT-hevtdsMlgii jOhMtdau m3
go on in uie gjuMykihs,virtg,fcy this
act got "a good initiation." As compar- .
eld With this act. T rmid'Zrf.H&.Tr.i' Je
, . r ? w)tAs VVUUUVb VsV
Chivingtori At Sand Creel kf hrJiirJrAbtei
, . i 'i . , . ... .
ma in reiauon to mat, t BeutorninitXB on
t iondBCt1ofi'tht,Ww Bayiiaring
t ie uniform of the United States, which; 9
shoiJAV b .thfehjem MffaJ&
humanity; holding the jmpqnt posihon .
ot, commander ot a military distnet.
Government'' to,1,ith'iV ei&nt"'
his: keeplnir.lr'aeTibWWelyfl thnmet
d executed fotii anaUi-dry 8il
ereV;w.hioh i kvroidi rha ve tliegrAceiiytht
riest savagkrjMMithwdiWJ(rw thi
that beings in the form pf men, and dis
gracing the; priifomof the7 tJuiUdSbft'eav
could commit" or couhtenaricVlB;c6rir-"
lssiorfof u:cts!r tjrri4tMdna.
harityS.wJJAs'I iea thaaottfTaixtdbtttiiaf 9
Sashita, language fails tne w'bsewribii
enotmUyj ortb,witt at,M
Which th prMtetpsl gKterjt!bouj Vfi
Ueldr No Government caj-jiertiaacj
Uter, , s .fearful . penalty . Jfc&$f jeo
ale, if they fail to rebuke it, can nof eX
uet td escape' the lirr3-isr8uri'T
VAt'tnelatesi .vffdm GeiSnfetW .
tdan, he and Custar werat'-Forf CobbTS
where GHamftiiaiJil xOk
lodges of the several handat -ef ladiawf
Jerties to the-Htreaties of QctsbsSJr
t is estimated: that thero were Hinthpma
Sand lodges, located Jm diffifrpnijrilbygeara
At, his, Approach jnanv fit ..the. Indiana
I; and so far aahe euulq. Sheridae do-'
ir at Cobb," hei'infprms;.tenVMertoaW
r what he had done aio'propbsw'tJ
, Hli srJhe'me.ln myjudjgr
. kndJTet it'Tneetf fhe flflrtivTl tBtVl
Lieutenant tneral.'hthrali' laa
U lerpertBctlyjl olt mxfo tlunasCBwfO ,
Government-will erit-raid-, ehoajdrer
b ciy.yie:)OTntmpt.iS sdIthongU,tf,uQT. K
GEO. W. MANYPENNY.
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