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The contest in Missouri takes its date
with the (all of Sa niter. From whatever
Hi wars this contest was inaugurated—
either the ambition of bad men, or the
practical workings of the doctrine of Se
cession, or the treachery of men in power,
or from whatever cause— l shall stai t with
the assumption that the people of Missouri
were, at tl»e lime Fort Sumter was bom
barded, and even later still, loyal to the
United Slates Government.
Still further, I shall undertake to prove
that only by a system of useless—worse
than useless—arts on the part of those in
Whose power it was to stir up strife and
war has this trouble been brought on in
the State of Missouri.
Gov. Ulaih. F. Jackson was elected last
year as a Douglas Democrat. That he
strongly sympathized with the secession
ist», up to April Ist, is very evident from
his subsequent course of action; but that
he contemplated revolutionary and violent
measures as late as the taking of Camp
Jackson in St. Louis, I do not believe. —
Be Ibis so, or otherwise, it is certain he
could do little for harm in his executive
capacity, without the complicity of the
_ Legislature and the action and hearty co
' operation of the oeople of the Stale at
Urge. I have asserted that they w ere a!'
along even until a far later period—loyal
to the United States Government. It is
true that Governor Jackson hsiTcalled the
legislatuie together and had recommended
the appropriation of Urge sums of money
with which to arm the State. This bill,
however, was supported by a latge major
ity of both branches of the legislature,
and clearly could not have been passed
but for the events which actually trans
pired whilst that restless body was in
session.
Early in April the State troops « ere or
dered by Gov. Jackson logo t" St L on«.
under General Frost. There na> nn'hiog
unusual in this, since it was a repetition
of an order which had been executed ior
many years successively by other Gov
ernors.
A question lias been raised as to (Im
propriety of this assemblage of troops,
especially at this time, hut there was a
warrant for it both in the Constitutions of
the United Slates and Missouri. The le
gal warrant existed for their assemblage
—but not for their designs—if those de
signs were hostile to the United Stales
Government.
For the space of two months, antecedent
to their encampment, the federal force
had been gradually augmenting and drill
ing at the Arsens,, under the nominal
command of Capi. Lyon. This force at
the Arsenal consisted of German adopted
citizens, w Kli rare exceptions. They were
men by whose suffrages Francis F. Blair,
Jr., had been elected to Congress last year,
and who being thrown out of employ merit
by the financial revulsion the country had
suffered, were eager to accept this oppor
tunity to receive a price for their services.
They numbered about 1 «00 at the time
Camp Jackson was taken. The limit ap
pointed by the Executive for the Encamp
ment to last '#Ss one week. Four days
before it expired, it was determined by
the Federal Comiitsnder to break it up.
"This determination would have been less
.hastily fornn-d, I am sure, had not cannon
rand small arms been smuggled into their
-Camp from the .South.
Accordingly on Friday, two days before
Camp Jackson by law should expire, lioO
men composing the State Army were sur
routided by Cupt. Lyon’s force nearly 800
strong—cannon mounted on the heights
surrounding it, so as to command the
whole Camp, and as the whole country
well knows, an unconditional surrender
was demanded, and made. While this
was going on, a hoy ten years old who had
climbed a tree shouted for Jeff. Davis, anil
instantly became a target for a dozen Min
nie ritivs, and fell from the tree dead.—
This was iollowed by insults and taunts
from some of the bystanders, whereujion
some lifteen were shot dead—including
six or eight women and children.
Amidst the triumphant shouts of the
Federal troops, the Missouri .State troops
were then marched as prisoners to the Ar
senal. Here they were placed in a filthy
out house, w ith no place to sit or lie down,
and kept thirty-six hours without food.
Un Sunday evening they were all released,
on taking a parol of honor never to hear
arms against the United States, (with tin
exception of Emmet McDonaldj. Thus
ended Camp Jackson, but its consequen
ces follow.
Regarding the event at this late period,
it appears to have been a sad mistake that
the camp was so hastily attacked. What
reason was there for demanding a surren
der before the remaining two days of its
1 life had expired f
It has been asserted that they meditated
an attack on the Arsenal, but the foolish
ness of such an attack was too apparent,
so long as the Federal force exceeded the
State force by ten times, besides, there
would have been a good reason for order
ing its dispersal, a ler the week had ex
pired, omv two days of which remained.
The news of this unfortunate and ill-timed
action was immediately telegraphed to Jef
ferson City, die cnpitol of the State. The
Legislature was then in session. The
doors were immediately closed, and this
body went into secret session.
All objections to the Military Bill were
withdrawn, and it passed. The excite
ment throughout the State became in
tense, still there are unmistakable eviden
ces that the people of the State retnaimd
loyal to the Government. In the city ol
St. Lotiis, however, the excitement bailies
description.
On Friday, one week later, sotne-Ger
inan troops were marching up Walnut
street. A pistol shot was'tfred from the
steps of a church on the corner of Sixth
street. Although no one was harmed, it
served to excite the soldiers to madness,
and they immediately turned and dis
charged their weapons. Some taking aim
ut tue people, large numbers of whom
were on the sidewalk, some at the win
dows of the houses, nod some in the air.
then throwing down their guns they tied
in every direction. ,
By this action some fifteen lives wen
sacrificed, mostly women and children.
The indignation of the people against the
iclopted German citizens became deep and
terrible. The Germans in large numbers
Hod from the city. Many were shot down
on the streets in cold blood. Many rushed
to the arsenal and joined the Federal ar
my'. This condition of things continued
diiring Saturday and Sunday. Large and
impromptu meetings were held in various
portions of the city, both day and night,
and were addressed by maddened men,
who told the people to select their victims
wherever they could find them. On Sun
day, the excitement reached its culmina
tion. A report went through the city
with lightning wings that the German
troops at tlie arsenal exasperated to frenzy
by the lawless acts of the people, had
disobeyed the commands of their superior
officers and were Cuming up to sack tiie
city.
The secessionists gathered in numbers
•bout tlie streets, and at their headquar
tern. The people alarmed, fled by hun
dreds and thousands from the city. The
most exorbitant prices were demanded and
paid for carriage hire. In the midst of
this scene, when all was anarchy and con
fusion, when men and women were fleeing
the city, when terror reigned in all hearts,
it was suddenly announced that Gen. Har
ney had arrived, and that bis proclamation
would be published in an hour.
This was a Godsend. When the people
■aw Oen. Harney’s proclamations, more
vet, when tbsy knew Geo. Harney was in
«mbaand at the Arsenal, they felt all was
safe.
(n two bourn quiet «ras restored. TB*T
confidence of the people in Gen. Harney
wet unbounded, end his fitness for the
command as well as his popularity in St.
Louis and in fact in Missouri, was abund
antly proven both then and by subsequent
events. ,
Thè secessionists—if not satisfied—were
at least pacified, and returned to their
homes. Sunday night «as as quiet as any
before or since.
From this date until a somewhat late
period, affairs in Missouri were very quiet
■I was all owing to the
i»y of Gen. Harney. It
ihst while Gen Harney
■ally secompdshed niea-
Iculated to.ensure per
r to Missouri, measures
>y other men—men fai
id unprincipled, to sup
plant lien. Harney—which indeed, to the
mortification arid sorrow of thousands of
Union menili Missouri, unfortunately suc
ceeded.
The course adopted by Gen. Harney
was frank, open, and in every particular
honorable, w hile that of his arch enemy,
was equally mean, detestable, underhand
ed and dishonorable.
lieti. Harney immediately sought a con
ference with Gen. Price, with a view to
ascertain if some arrangements might not
he made whereby an honorable peace
might he secured to Missouri. In the
meantime reports came from ?vt. Joseph
and other distant parts of the State, that
the Union men were driven out ?nd suf
fering violence at the hands of the seces
sionists.
With characteristic promptness, Har
ney dispatched messengers toinq .ire into
\ the truth of these reports—expressing his
I intention to send the requisite force, if
1 necessary, to protect the people.
The arrangement with Price was soon
' made.
It was an arrangement to the effect that
; the ihllue whieli then existed should re
main undisturbed, the lM,m>U troops their
; organized in St Louis should not lie nug
| meiilid, and no force ot confederate or
' State troops should he kept in the Stale,
i In other words, there was to he no organ
1 Ization of Federal or Stale troops in Ml»-
»oini. other than that which then existed
ion the part of the United States at St.
| Louis.
1 It is due to Gen. Price to say that lie
kept this agreement faithfully. It is hut
i just to say that it was never broken until
; broken by ttie United States, and (or this
| breach of good tallii ami its consequences,
I involving the momentous events which
tiave since transpired, and the present
gigantic struggle, Francis P. lliair, Jr., is
virtually responsible.
Gen. Price returned to Jelferson City
after his Conference with Gen. Harney,
and at once disarmed the State troop - and
sent them home. Thus peace again dawn
ed upon the smiling valleys and growing
fields of Missouri.
Hut the enemies of peace did not rc-t.
It was represented at Washington that
General Harney hud mwie a dishonorable
peace, and that he was not the man for
the place. The representations ought not.
to have been heeded, certainly nut acted
upon, without a thorough investigation.
Hut they were. The document' displacing
Gen. Harney from command, was immedi
ately signed and forwarded to F. H. Hlnir,
Jr. in i rhnee jmettt it > r,t * rnrrinl nine
teen iluye before tini. Jin,my irne «y<-
jtrued “J iU , jie hurt.' It was a proce
dure extraordinary in its character, and
not only w anting in ordinary courtesy to
an officer who had been forty years in the
United States service, hut absolutely dis
graceful.
At the suggestion of Mr. lilair. Capi.
Lyon was placed in command, with the
rank of Hrigadier General. No doubt this
was far more agreeable to Mr. Hlnir, as
Gen. Lyon was a brave officer and an able
one; ami It enabled lilair to execute his
ambitious projects •" Missouri. Gen. Ly
on was nominally, Col. lilair was really in
command.
Hearing of the removal of Gen. Harney
Gov. Jackson sought an interview with
lilair and Lyon. The interview was held.
Jackson submitted propositions similar to
those to which Harney and Price had
agreed, all of which were unconditionally
rejected.
It has been asserted that neither Price
nor Jackson kept his agreement w ith Har
ney, hut I have the most positive evidence
to the contrary ; ami had Col. lilair ac
cepted the offer made by Jackson and
Price, I firmly believe that there would
have been no occasion for the presence of
Federal troops in Missouri.
In pursuance of the ambitious designs
of lilair, the expedition up the Missouri
River was planned and executed. Hefurc
it had succeeded, however, Francis P.
lilair took hi» departure from the Camp to
the Legislative Halls at Washington.—
The result is know n.
The events which have since transpired
are history. The present quarrel between
lilair and Fremont has grown up from the.
same cau-e that led to the removal of Har
ney, and I venture the prediction that the
influences brought to hear against Fre
mont at Washington will, after having
very materially impeded his progress, an 1
impaired his success, end in his ultimate
removal.
It is thus proven that no man can con
duct affairs in Missouri who is not subject
to a higher power—a power that resides
there—ami is ever behind the throne.—
Whoever lakes the command of the De
partment of tile West must he subordi
nate to Francis P Hlnir, Jr.
I have thus at some length indicated the
course of events in Missouri, " What a
gr.-at fire a little matter kindleth !" More
than otic hundred thousand troops in arms
against the government ! Men maddened,
infuriated, determined.
Tim question now naturally arises, what
ought to he done ?
To my own mind the easiest, most prac
tiratile ami quiekest method of subduing
rebellion m Missouri, is to place Gen. Wil
liam Harney in command. His loyally to
the United jitates Government cannot for
one moment he questioned. All his pe
cuniary interests, to the amount of about
a million of dollars, arc in Missouri. His
loyalty hnsa&used him to suffer already
by the confiscation of property in the
Slate of Texas. As a military man, who
in the United States Army now is his su
perior f And why is he, a man so valua
ble, thus li|id upon the shelf in times like
these*
The Union people of Missouri would
rally to a man to the standard, wherever
Gen. Harney leads. There is a growing
sentiment in Missouri that the Govern
ment ought to no longer delay his appoint
ment, but give him charge of the depart
uieiit —uiitramiiieled and unembarrassed
by any subordinate officer—however high
that officer may stand in the estimation of
the Cabinet at Washington.
Missoi'kmn.
“ Sal,” exclaimed Kbenczer to his dear
ly beloved, when he arrived in Gotham
with his bride on a wedding tour, "geton
your Sunday-go-to-meeting dressing and
things, and lot's take a pendioular prome
nade round the prejuncts of this princi:
pality.”
“ Well, Zeb,” replied the fair one, “ 111
do nothin shorter. Hut can’t you say
your grammar and college edification ?
If you want me to slather round and take
a trot with you, why in salted Jerusalem
don’t you say so ?"
~■ ■
It is always to be feared that they who
marry where they do not love, will love
where they do not marry.
It is said that words hurt nobody ; yet
Samson “jawed" a thousand Philistines
to death.
Orugs, ffrttrmrs. Etc.
MINERS’ DRUG STORE !
R. J. VAN VOORHIES A CO.,
(9VCCESSORS TO PETTIT fc CHOATE,)
fmwiu am* kmil
aDRXJO-OISXS,
Iron-front Fire-proof Building, Mein et.,
Ilk»? prrferlvd Il.elr krran/tmtnt. for tranrar'icft
k General WHOLESALE >. well e> n RETAI!,
limine*,, knd linee now in 9tore k Urge
mod well selected slock of
Drugs, Medicines,Chemicals, Perfumery.
Fancy Articles. Faints,Oils, Window
Olass, Oarden Seeds (growth of Wad,
Pure Liquors, (for Modidn.l
Puiroaei.) Alcohol, Campbene, Acids,
Quioksileer,
And a complete kksortment of-atl Good* ever foun*l
UN.
In veil sSp(>lied Drue Houses, which the/ w;lt
sell, tn Ikrfe or smkll qunntitles, kt
THE LOWEST PRICES!
R. J. TAX TOOK HIES &. < o.
AGENTS
(Por Plscerellle nnd Nrv.d» Terrilor»,)
POR ALL THE LEADING
PATENT MEDICINES:
Of the «lay. aid! have just received a full supply of
all kinds. which they offer at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
At a sm.-ill advance on san Fran«*'.«™ prices. Of the
new articles for which they have been appointed
Agent*, are
Scovitl's Sarsaparilla and SiHlfngla,
Habersham's Headache Elixir,
Howler’s Hh-umati*m Medicine,
Witod's Hair Restorative.
Hall's Ra!sam for the Lung*.
Baker's Pain Panacea, and
Elixir Calisaya Bark.
Of the old STANDARD FAMILY REMEDIES, they
have the Agency for
OuytGli's Yellow TWk and
Wistar’s Balsam of Wild Cherry,
Jayne's Medicines.
Bull's Parnaparilla.
Ayers' Cherry Pectoral.
Graefenberg Medicines,
Ovgood's Cholaeogue,
Townsend'ssarsaparilla.
Davis’- Pain Killer,
And one hundred kinds of Pills, Plasters. Ointments
and Liniment»—all received direct from the Proprie
tors. Every package told at the Miners' Drug Shore
warranted
Pure, Fresh and Genuine.
PAINTS! TURPENTINE!
VARNISH, OILS,
TV lISD O W GLASS,
PURE ATLANTIC LEAD,
Zinc While. Linseed Oil, Paint Brushes. Ground
and Mixed Paints, Glue, Putty, Gold Leaf, Bronte,
etc. All sold at the lowest prices, for cash, at the
MINERS’ DRUG STORE.
WINDOW GLASS.
A very large supply of all sices, for sale unusually
- heap, at the
MINERS’ DREG STORE.
Country Dealers and Physicians
Will find our stock complete, and our wholesale prices
but little above those of first class San Francisco
Houses.
To Insure the lowest WHOLESALE PRICKS, all
ORDERS should be accompanied with CASH, and be
addressed
R. J. VAN VOORHIES A CO. f
Miners’ Drug Store, Placerville.
FOR THE TOILET.
Our assortment of French, English and American
Perfumery, Fancy Articles,
soaps,Cosmetics, Hair Dyes and Oils Is the mo«t var
ed and extensive ever opened In Placervllle, and
will be sold by the dosen or single package, at the
most reduced prices.
R. J. VAN VOORHIES ft CO.
PRESCRIPTIONS!
Our DISPENSING DEPARTMENT «111 atilt re
reive our closest attention, and our customers may
safely rely upon having their PRESCRIPTIONS
Neatly a*4 Accurately CtapcuAcA,
OF PURE AND SELECT MEDICINES.
Wejiave a full aaaortment of all the new Remedies
and Chemicals lately introduced in the practice of
Medicine. In this Department our charges will be
verjf moderate.
R. J. VAN VOORHIES ft CO.
OILS! OILS! OILS!
Castor Oil, Machine Oil, Lard Oil,Sperm Oil, Neats
font Oil, Tanners’ Oil, Polar Oil, China Nut Oil, Olive
Oil, etc.
For sale refnark ably low by
R. J. VAN VOORHIES ft CO.
ACIDS, ETC.
Nitric, Acetic, Sulphuric and Muriatic Acids,Testing
Tubes, Crucibles, Potash, Sulphur, Rosin, Ammonia,
•Saltpetre, Quicksilver, Tartaric Acid, Citric Acid
Campbene Lampe, Wicks and Chimneys.
For sale very cheap at the
MINERS’ DRUG STORE.
*
REMEMBER THE DIRECTION :
R. J. TAN VOORHIES * CO.,
wptU] Main Btract, Piacermi*. [Bm
popular IJatrut IHcfcirinfS.
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ROBERT WHITE,
VP «I» I. r AM» If • J A ' '
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m tii a < ..** t - n ••• •
PAINTS, OILS,
VARNISHES, BHUSIIF.S,
WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY,
TURPENTINE, ALCOHOL,
ETC, ETC.
Every tr*i I** sold at ♦*'*! ■ r e«Ta? h«?it-»*Td • ?
be guarani* ed *1 th** i l)’. ; f
MOFFAT’S LIFE PILLS
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SANFORD'S
LIVER INVIGORATOR
NEVER UERII.ITATEi*.
plaint, llillous Aflat kt. ! t**fr« ih« r.
Price, One Dollar per Bottle.
SANFORD’S DAMILE
CATHARTIC PILLS
j Ct>mpoiindt‘f| from PI RE VEoETARI.E • xtra»*fa,
anJ put up in <il.A.**S CA.'E?». air-tl^ht,atitl
will k-i-p in anv cliiaa**-.
Thr FAMILY CANI- | rtahlr Extract*, which
ARTIC PILL i- a jr*'ntl*- w Hi t alikt* *»?i * v» rv part
but active CATHARTIC, g ofth* •ntary ranal.
I which the proprietor ha* ami are «.* •• *1» ami
u»eil in his practice for 3» in allt*a!*ea wln*re a Ca
ntore than twenty years. rj thartic is n-f.|**|, «uch
ITie Constant ly increa* a« I)**raii|r* tn>-nt* .*f the
sing «temami from those l'lo iiih c h . Sleepiness,
who hav** tong usol the Pain* in the Rack >,ml
Pills. Mr. «l the aatisfac- O L.ln*. (*«*%tiv-n,t>s. Pain
I tion which all express in ami .'’‘.rent s* ov* r the
I regard lo their use. has H whole lb>«ly from s*nl*len
I induced me to place Cl] cold, which frc»|Uciitly,
them within the reach of If neglected, enti in a
all. J 3 long course of Fever.
The Profession weh Loss of Appetite,Creep*
know that different Ca- ing J*ensation of Cold
I thartirs act on different over the body. Re.stless
|Kirtion« of the bowel*. ness.Headache**r weight
The FAMILy t’ATII- in the Head, all Inllam-
AKTIC PILL ha*, with S niatorv Diseases, Worms
due reference to thi*well in children or adults,
established fact, he*.n h j Rheunuitisni, a f»RKAT
compounded from a va- • Pf’R IFI KK OF THE
riety of the purest Vcg- | BLOOD,
And ipany Diseases to which tl-sh Is heir, too
uuuMtfout to mention in this advertisement.
Dose—One to Three.
Price, Three Dimes.
The LIVER INViHOHAToR and FAMILY T\
, THARTIC PILL!* are retail 'd hy Druggl-U generally.
, and so’u wholesale hy the Trade in all the larg*-
; Towns. fc*. T. U . SANFORD, M. I> ,
Manufacturer and Proprietor,
Broadway. New York.
Sold by the Druggist»,* very where, and hy
■V PARK A IMI ITE,
t Foie Agentgfor the Paeifi** Coast,
F-40 132 Wavff-jrglot» et . San Francisco.
1 DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
( ffMIE copartnership heretofore ex sting between
1 K. K. Ludwig, (». Il Carter. an«l I. Shaver, un
| der the name and style of LI'DWKi k CO., is this
day dissolved hy mutual conftptfit.
Notice is 'hereby given To alf pTßofis Indebted to
the late Arm. that thev are re«|u *ted to call u|x»n ii.
11. CARTER, at Diamond Fprugs, and make settle
ment of their Ind* hiedness at their earliest conve
nience ; amt those having claims ag linst said Ann
are requested to present them loti. 11. CARTER,
for payment.
F K. LUDWIG.
U 11. CARTER.
I. FIIAVER.
Diamond Fprings, December thl, lèdi.—lbi*
W. L. MARPLE ft CO.,
HOUSE. SIGH AND ORNAMENTAI
PAINTERS,
Olasien and Paper-Hangers.
CAKRIA'iK?. R,nn*ri.niip,Tr»nipftrcnci*i,Re
galia*. kc., Painted at price, to lull the lime,.
WI.\DOW GLASS.
Just Received and for dale, CIIKAP FOR CASH,
10,000 Fed of Window Glass,
All sisei, from SxlU to 30x40. Also, PUTTY, and al
kinds of
PAINTS. OILS. VAJINIBHES,
Smalls, Turpentine, Brushes, Gilt Moulding,Gold
Leaf. Brouic, ac.
%9' Orders from the country, for work or ma
terlal, promptly attended to.
W. L. MARPI E k CO.,
s 7 Main at., near Stony Point, Placcrvllle.
FOR SALE,
VpA Tub STQHE AND HOUSE formerly oc
•v*.‘Ì7cuniod by L. Fisk, at Michigan Flat, two
bcluw foloiua, will he sold on reason
able terms. The. bouse is a romfurtable one, a:id
large enough f-»r a small family. It has a garden
attached, tilled with a choice variety of fruit treea.
It is a good location for business.
febO tf J. J. I.AWYXK, American Flat.
legal a&tìfrtisrmcnts.
SUMMONS.
IN lit" I> «tri' I Court «» f ft*- Ji ! • ill D^-
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SUMMONS.
ÙT ATF. •*r f \UlH|;M\.e . -y . 9 K! I> -idf.«*.
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SUMMONS.
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V- r •|* I •• ».t t - of * .1.f..1- ». t. AV M
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\ ar* lt- r* y rM»n.ni.<nril lo v f r« at
: i.v Of!». in I’l.i .-rvillr T'.*’ »f ‘ ty# fi uiity if Ki
|T..ra !... on tf,«- !ff>:f. day of K-f'iua > I» at i"
«.V1... k. ». «. t. K'i«iv» r 'itti!, th**‘romj.lHint of
T I’.. I I.I.INWrtOt*. wlm 4U. - t r-v v. r tli- mm ».f
op** lininlr*.l itiid t*.|.-e ar. I .l- Ilar» dur I.itji
fro»M y.»u i-n your written !r.*trum*-nt. d »*»-d at T* x;t*
Mi l. S |i* Il'th. l**e‘.|, and ex* mt» .1 in tf.»* i-atn** of
AV. 11. L» wi4 a C.»., a* a|>|»*an« :■ - r- f-iily from
('.■mplaiiit I.» r* in on Hlr.— wh-n judir't.viit will f»*
tak-n ajf.iiti-t you for tiir «aid H'lmuf.t. to.»-tfi*r
witfi * o>t# at.d daniaires, if you fail to a(.prar and
an»w.-r.
To tl •• S'.rriff, or any <’ of «ai I C rr.ty—
flrr**tiiij». AI ik»* kiral •.•rvir»* and rrturii firrn.f.
fiivrri under my liai.d, Un» 11th day of N- \r.,,h«rr.
a. I». 1-61. I*. AV. MOTT.
of the Peace In at.d for said T .trt.*hi|».
r.o\ 10 (till f« f'iò
SUMMONS.
STATE OF rAI.IFoKNU. County <.f E! Il.irvla
.liuMo ’s C»»urt. IMatnoiid T wrol.lj».
Ihr P.'f.jde of the htale »>f California, to K. Bernes,
f»r»-»*ii*.p :
YOU ar- her-hy «mnm»»n(*d to a|i|i«*ar b*’fore n*.
at my offi*-»*. in H amoitd To«rn*hi|>. of the :
County of PI Itorado. on flu* 17th day of P.-hrua
ry. A I> at !f oVloelc P. M.. to answer unto the
rotnplaint of J. J MeIIATTnN who rue« you to rr- ,
r«ivvr th- sum of fifty-six dollars. t.->w due to him hr
you on a -ertain due hill, n -w on Ale in my of!|*-e,
rXei Ute*'! hy you to him on the 11th day of October, '
A I). IV.I. for the amount above stated, —when ju Ijr
meni will h- taken against you for the sal-1 amount, I
together Witfi costs and damafres, if you fail to ap
pear and answer.
To the Sheriff or any Con*«tahle of said County—
Grudin#: Make legal service uud due return hereof. !
Given under my hand, this 11th dav of November,
A. I>. 1 AI.KX. SIKSHI’ITtL, i
Justice of the Peace in and for said Township.
A true ropy. J. AV. KP/PR,
nov’Jdm.'l : Constable, j
SUMMONS.
ST ATF OK CALIFORNIA.—In the Justice’s Court,
First Township.ln and for the County of Mono.
The I*. ..pie of the State of California send greeting
to L. B. Hopkins and James Afooney :
You ar- hereby summoned to appear before me at
my olliee in No 1. in the County of Mono,
««ri the 2nd day of January, A. D. I*o2, «t 1 o’clock
P. AI , to answer unto the complaint of Chas. Ale*
Sh-l Trey, wh-rein lie demands of y«»u the sum of
$144 2" I mi, upon a promissory note and instrument
of writing, a copy of which is now on file in my office, ;
when judgment will he taken r gainst you for the said
amount, together with costs and damages, if you fall
to appear and answer.
To the Sheriff or any Constable of said County, ‘
Greeting Make legal service and due return
hereof.
Given under my hand this 4th day of Dec . A. D.
I*ol. J. AV. ;ylkk. *
Justice of the Peace of said Township.
Attest : a true copy of the original
AI CPNTFR.
Constable of Township Ni>. 1,
It appearing hy the affidavit of the Plaintiff in
the a hove entitled cause, to the satisfaction of the
Justice, that the Defendant* have departed from the
County, and (hat h cause of action exists against
the Delendants, it is hereby ordered that the service
he made by publication of the summons in the Pia- ,
rerville Mui.vtais Democrat, for the space of two
weeks. J AV. TYhKR,
Justice of the Peace, Township No. 1. ,
dec!4w2 Alone Co., Cal.
SUMMONS.
STATK OP CALIFORNIA, Kl Dorado County.—
Justice's Court. Salmon Fall* Township.
The People of the State of California, to Neltun
AVoodhury :
VOL' are hereby sutnmone«l to appear before meat
my office, in Salmon Falls Township, County of PI
Dorado, on the 14th day of January, A. D. I*T»2, at
12 o'clock. AI., to answer tinto the complaint of 11. 11.
SMITH, who sues you to recover sixty-nine to-luo
dollars, as per bill on file, fur money, groceries, Ac.,
when judgment will he taken against you for ffiesaid
amount, together w th costs and damages, If you fail
to appear and answer.
To the Sheriff or any Constable of said County—
Greeting: Make legal service and due return hereof.
Given under my hand, this 9lh day of December,
A. D. ISAI. R. K. BKRRV,
Justice-of the Peace in and for said Township.
A true copy. N. OAKS,
dco2ltd Constable.
Dekds, mortgages AND DECLARA
tioni of Homesteads, for sale a! this office.
LIST Of POST OFFICES
OS THC ricinc COAST.
CALIFORNIA.
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Ar -ita
Anaheim
AU‘.'*n
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County Judfr Johntc-.r
Dl.lri.'t Attorney John lluwie
Slo rllf Ale i Uuntcp
fti. uva» S. Patten
I County Clerk
| County Coll*flop . .... J. M. Reynold*
County It cur dr r ... Stephen Willett*
County Trvaaurvr J. L. Perkin*
County a**r«*«»p (ìro. McD«'naUl|
Public Adiulmtirator W. E. <JayW»rd
County Surveyor ..Hugh Barker
Su|H*rinlendcnt Common School* M- A. Lvnde
County Coroner WjCkcbelrvtk
TOWNSHIP OFFIOBBB.
Hiu Ki* Tovv.inr—Koad over*e«r, James leant;
Ju*'lce* of the Peace, K D. Roach, A. W. Ilaakcl ;
I'oiintulde*. Joseph Copili, John Tcarney.
CuiOUA Towxsair.—Road Overaeer, D. A. MeF*« •
Juatlrr* of the Peacr. Heorire A. Douglaaa,
Olbh* ; Contluhle*, John Curt!*, Put. Feeney.
Cnanaxni Tuwmunr.—Road over*err,K. II Rlchard
•nii ; Juatice* ot the Peace, J. -. Lock, John Kotey ;
Constable*, M. N. Rrnick, C. F. Peck.
Dunosi» Spai su** Towxjunr —. Road Overeeer, C. P.
Young; Juatice* of the Peace, John Fleming, Ale*.
Seiahuttle; Constable*, Jno. W. Key*er, Joaeph M.
Smith.
Gronurrow* Tow sanie— Road over*eer, A. W.
Partea ; Justice* of the Peace, K. L. Smith, J. »•
S)vitiitding; Conatahlra, James llusny. T. J. Correli.
Grkkswood Tow same.—Road Oeerteer, Oeo. R»
Krecinan ; Justices *»f the Peaee, F. A. Hornblower,
J. I. Moore; Constable*, Tho*. F- Lewla, J. *>•
Smith.
Kkuhky TuwgOHie.—Road Overseer, R-
Justice* of ihe Peace, L. Borneman, «I* •F !
Const;*bli*a. Janie* 11. Hughe*. Johnaon (Kleneat.
M"I STAlNTowsante.—RoadOreraeer,
Juatl. e# of the Peace. William Rnoa.o.B. Kalmer,
Cocalatde*. J. Smith, J. II- Rader.
MmSFßisoaTowNaHii»—Road Overseer, N. U Umore ;
Juatice «I the Peace, J*me* McC«rmk*k. Hiram
Falk ; ConaUWe|, C. T.'Rou**!n, Jo*. K. Simmon*.
Pi.ai'nnvili.k Tv**f h*hip.—Road Oreraeer, John Miller,
Justice* of the Peace, John Buah, 0. W. Stout;
Constable*, A. Slmonton, R- K. Knimmoo.
Salmo* Palu» Townoiup— Ho*<l over*eer, Charle*
Greet» ; Justice* of »ke Peace, R. K Berry, flam,
biniti» ; Conatahlr*, Nathan Oaket, Samuwl Atkin
son.
Whit» Oae Township—Road Oeerseer, Pal
man: Justicn of the Peace, George lira mall, A
Podahm . CouiUble». J. S. Nowlao, E. Braoifon»

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