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FIRE a :
J. H .
UPTON, EDITOR AND PUB’Mi’K
THE TRADB GENERA
terms of SUBSCRIPTION, (In advance.)
Year. . J ...
One Copy Six Months, . ...
UST'Clergymen and Teachers will
The Platte Valley.
One hundred lives-were lost by the sink
III; ‘ Sirecently addressed a letter to the ing of the steamer Platte Valley just above
Memphis, on the 17th of Janpary. The
f^ate elect of Sfeott County in that
requesting a statement concerning steamer struclc the wreck of a gunboat sunk
during the war, and wen^ down in three
spbsition which -had been made of
minutes. F jm ty women and children were
009 sent into that county fo> elec-
¡among the lost« / h/
rihg purposes. It happened that a
In the winter of 1861 we witnessed i
oral bad been eleetea in Scott county
moat terrific excitement down South occ
eplies al follows: |
asioned by Jeff. Thompson boarding the
glad the ‘ republican state cen-
above named steamer when she was run
nittee’ sclec&d so energetic a
i it tee to ‘ examine into the man ning under charter fur the government
lich the campaign had been con A Federal spy had made his escape from
>d the money disposed of/ and,
e to give you some information
ranches of the inquiry, as rgards
ling our lines at Bird’s Point. Gen.
ty, I contritute to your knowl-
w, realising the situation, resolved
mpaign was here conducted on
he must be caught. He accordingly
lie well stuck to is
ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY,
Thelradical Corruption Committee of
Missed Their Man.
Keducei Jnly^rt, 186«.
Furnished the U
nished with the C ourier at $2,00 per
A rmy R ev OLVR 44 100 in Calibre.
36-100 in Calibre,
N avy > n
(Self Cocking.) Navy Calibre.
P olice §
ism, political intolerance and personal
rtred w<re all arouse da nd madesubserv-
nt to tiro * interests of^God and human-
y.’ T|e money wqb s^ent in shameless
ibery- tjln many easel, those who could
H be Induced to vote the radical ticket,
eire offered money in liberal amounts if
t would leave the country and not vote
hich Offer a few accepted. In other
Stances votes were bought outright; at
ipulato4 prices, payable'when a ticket
as deposited for the radical candidates.
Navy size Calibre. -
Navy size Calibre. *
Now pocxct Revolver, with Loading Lever.
Repeating Pistols, Elliot pt. Nos. 22 32 Cart
Vest pocket ”
No. 22, 30 & 32 Cartridge-
COUNTY OFHCIAL DIRECTORY
G un C ane , using No. 32 Cartridge.
S ingle Barrol S uot G uns .
R evolving R ifle , 36 & 44-100 Calibre.
B reach L oading R if L e . N o . 32 Calibre.
B reach L oading C arbine , N o . 46 Cartridge.
U. S, R ifle & (Steel Barrel,) with Sabre Bay’t
U. S. R ifled M usket ,¡Sprin field pattern, *
Judge, J. W. Cowles j ; Commissioners, W
" >wn; Sheriff, L. L. Whit
cornh ; Clerk, S. C A Adams; Assessor, D.
Smith; : Treasurer;
T______ Clem. Eckles; School
Superintendent, Rev. John Spencer; Coroner,
J. W. Watts; Surveyor, À.
A. S. Watt
registered were challenged ana
Hots refused because they were for the
lion of all the states.
Indeed,gentlemen, when. I reflect “ how
e campaign was conducted and the mon-
diaposed of in this r^gi^n,. I am sur-
ised at .toy election ! AndAsyour com"
unication came under the official frank
“•S. W.Moulton, M. C./’ Who is now
out io the cold,” whilst I bold a good
Bee, permit me to tender, through you,
y symathy to him in his affliction !
And so’your committee is in debt?
Our new Breach Loading Arms
have just been approved and adopted for
HIS HOTEL is still kept for the accom Military service in Europe.
modation of boarders and the travelling
E. REMINGTON & SONS,
I lion , New York.
Agent, A lbert E. C rane , San Fran
oct 28 ’66. no 39. vl. Lli
»nd attentive hostlers.
In connection with this bor.se will be
kept Horses, Buggies, Ac., Ac., to Let
jn reasonable terms.
n^ 34, tf.
ered. This win-
out New York in
roe dollar a month
extent of this de
ws^ some general
ng 20 miles bel6w Cape Girardeau,
>at was intercepted and forced to
and consternation of all on board
(Beyond a saddle, a barrel of whis*
1 what of cooked ‘grub’ was found
nd, nothing was disturbed, and the
fas allowed to proceed up the river,
as? at the ‘Cape,’ the Capt. was ar
ved at the sur*
into the hands
Attention is called in varioqj^oumals
to the. frequency of extraordinary swin
dles. frauds, speculations, embezzlements,
and robberies on a large scale iCc^rringall
lave devoted in this issue to notic over thc oountj-y aod under every variety
llectual dwarf named Stuart, of the of circuma^foes. This ought not to oc
casion surprise when we bsar iq mind the
ATTORNEY AT LAW
vast fortunes accumulated suddenly of late
of that patriotic enterprise must be meaner
than the mind can conceive of; it’s worse
than isellinJ holy ¡water,—meaner than
charging a neighbor for paying grace ’at
bis table; it'« only equaled in meanness by
the Yankee railroad company that charged
regular freight for carrying the remains of
President Adams to his grave.
«a fay ette, Yamhill County, Oregon. Will
practice , in n the Supreme, Circuit and all
of the Courts of this State.
DR. H. J. BOUGHTON.
’ ’ ' J
Fall ¿k Winter Goods
Late Physician & Surgeon,
III Hospital Department
Of The Army of the POTOMAC.
Office in Dallas,
ie : but I never
COUNSELOR AT LAW, AND SO
I will givi
Don’t go in
doubtful districts ’-Hjuil mailing letters to
strangers—and believe me to be,
Yours, Ute., • W iliam C. Davis.
Democratic Sheriff of Seek County, Ill.
LICITOR IN CHANCERY.
HATS md CAPS,
W ill practice in the District and Supreme
Courts of Oregon.
fW^Taxes Paid, Collections made, and
Proceeds Promptly remitted.
hoc ’ ™.,
I I Ili-
upthe valley <
itualis£, is right that si
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, QUEENS
aught derogatory of his 1
I ! r’ 7 »
nan,” is of | necessity
HE undersigned would respectfully an
nounce ta the travelling public* that he
has, at the Lafayette crossing of the Yambill, lease call and examine our Stock of
i'j ■ ■ i» .
>ffee, Sugar, Tea, Syrupy Oream Tartar,
A LARGE, NEW AND SAFE FERRY BOAT,
Nails,.Pocket Knives, Saleratus, Tobacco,
on which be can cross Teams, Stock,
EXPEDITIOUSLY AND CHEAPLY.
R, R idge , Esq., the po
a, able writer and sterling
ference between compensation and
w. Fin wn[
tripod of the Grass Valle
We gladly welcome his i
varieties of theft than an ordinary condi
tion of society would warrant, aS the peck
brother, asks t&e Boston
no warm ; in bis regard
in the' West he never
y slip to secure a lock of
lento to be hung in his
Go toG»H»nd, Goodman & Co. to «ret
B«»*«, Show, Dry Goods and
tions of all the States south of Virginia viously d emed sound.
In mercantile life a man wbo defrauds
are adapted to its growth, and accor
his creditors is never able to maintain a
to the estimates made some years Mg
Even an honorable
can by the aid of a little simple mat
ery for rolling the leaves be produced
bankrupt wbo has boen unfortunate finds
cost of frojn five to eight cents per po
Tea leates are none the better for I
it hard work to bear up under his load.—?
! This is a formidable weapon-against fra’ds,
J a greater extent
It seems to us that society (should apply
this treatment to every man wbo obtains
wealth by dishonest means. No honora-
ble person should meet upon a footion g of
jrywhere to intellect, integrity, and moral
fforth; *It is not a subject jbr advice or
Go to Lake & Robinsou for Stoves and
tin ware. Remember the plaoe : the Emi
grant Stove Store, Front St next door to
body politic. But war, devloping as it
does the best and the worst traits of human
nature, has exagerated the greed 'of gain
and depraved many a mind that was pre
,ee. These <_ are
we breach%f trust, defalcation or for^Ty.
*• ' ¡11 • I
ut occasionally, for not more We do really think, too, tb4 an example
two specimens of Junins should be made of some conspicuous indi
duotion in former years have vidual as a warning to other I-
id. Two seedlings were plan-
XYe mutt do something toj make sin less
ted at No. 630 M street north, Washing
ton, in I860. The object being to test respected and virture more. We must ex-
their hardness, they have never been shel ert ourselves to give a better position ev-
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Call Early andSatisfy
less haste to be rich by any means, no
mattei what, appears to be a disease of the
social «quality any thief, whether the
on their ocean passage i in Waidain cases, thieving be called robbery, larceny, era*
' distributed in the tezzlement, fraud swindlin g, peculation,
cost of living, and the other phenomena
incident to inflation and war. In times of
peace it is true, we have more of these
rolled ; tb|jy only sell better to the
s a “ smart
side barbarians.” They need roast
but this can be safely done in a ((si
In 185& the United States Govern ment
! -■ : ' .
j * ‘ t -J
expended Several thousand dollars id im-
porting tea seeds, whiqh i were germinated
effect of the exaggerated prices.of things
upon the middle and lower classy, t,be oif^
‘arnest appeal to do some-
inefor those whe came near
the ‘ manner in which the
conducted and, the money
It is alleged that the recent attempts to
i embarrassing—very ! But
cultivate tea in Georgia have been highly
successful. The soil-and climate of por
years, the splendar of rbj—tylejof living
indulged in by the new rich, the ¿rushing
him incrersed prosperity
£. C. BRADSHAW,
returned from the east an<
Gents I ’ I
of Mormon p
taut nations. I
m are Mormons
It is a matter for action on-