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   Oshkosh Daily Courier (Newspaper) - March 4, 1857, Oshkosh, Wisconsin                               toadin- fneu whk-h bmru whiilc iiwttvr. mgniiHi Mr. Grtwloj. and ubn the 7'ri-! to rnm wult Mt GBNKRAl. DEMO- iuulanatHiu hi. Butif UwmlyoUj.L !ifa .u nKBWII. about his liBing mixed I Uib to explain and nwnifustlv i uiinnidiii.iiit iin-vidinj: tor a v.itu i, 1 COOL- j tell tlw whohi truth, he storv gama but I woii.wi to u.t, at ..locthms. Altnr of follow. f TUKO. SOIllNTK, X U BEAU, fP. 3d Ward. (SETU.WVMAN. li KOSKXST1EL, N. I r us 4ih Want. 1 w. WAON KII. tit. YAW, DR. MIXER. C. I.UWN.I... 'i ne VHUIMW. editorial Bbili- bruast of it.ho! A N. tyol i., iii our opinion. iiioriMlu.il inland coiMdenco and j Jlr. Mills, of tirant, read a report on nutchei, upiin mure in in nun Aiuwiean iienspap ir. Hut nuppirmciil, and owi. g.ii-ti coiuinnuol vuriud announcements H.C a w iiidur ui tii.tHJilallod i vi in our j-turnuiiMii, uKit is of __. Mr. Orcelcy docmoi toll the whole truth, U) SI. Tlm wero 24 di-m's tiie most nmtic and bucccusful nnuuriv lie was voluntary operator uUbilJino.i acquired on 1 ,co ol llm oarin. __._i....._ vf w thoy UiUor- 'i'iiu boliii coiiini.'M ot too Ijoinjoii Tnnos iiruu iMl nii'on ul dm industrr ot 'a l.i tc l.Tt ol tin lli1. isn i.unii I I --.W.BI.J Juu j Tho only doubt secnui to be whe-J Mr. Greet tlier lie was a voluntary operator in this Mr. Strykot tor or whether a gentleman! draft to'Greeley in H letter ot iiisrruet'inVisT A lung 'Smato wai read, amend- of targn in the ways nf tht lha lattw uyi, nothing about this letter, but.' munis world, and ill tho of tbe wkked, and snja 'a friend handod mo draft for one ih'nns- lurrud wliose virtue ought to bwtt proof drawn on die Treasurer, in New i Adjourned to 3 f. M tlm most insidious assaults upon it, York, of theDes Moinor Coinjtanv. which ho asked to lake wiih rne and nso to pa> a i draft which he said would pn.hably h-.- was Brduved. He insists that lie was Ivd into circumstances calculated tn suspicion in iipsficcl purity, hut iliulion in fact he dnf nothing wrojiir, and is thu vie- tim nf unfortunate incidents, (lor instance.; twon. ur Gilbert, or who like the man who may he induced to present j was this 'acent.' who was to draw, and aiier- M Thu Afsoinlily uiutmdment of tho ni. ii-iiicn lie saiu IYOUUI nro mb v tlriwn i me C m Win, was this -iVaml V s it M" t-! ''V V on. ur Gilbert, or who else Ai'iiit. who J h" "f Assembly to tl this-aeent; who was to draw, and altar-i S" M! a chuck at a hank, or .put in jcircula- j wards did draw on Gruelrv for ihu 000 commission of in- t; A W I'll H.V K, tion putiDtitrfcit money, without fcuoirlwlirci If Mr. Groeluv hud to tlm uuulic charges of l.rihnry and pnr- f.n Of tho'fraiid. On thu other hand, it seeing thiso points, ha associations at Washitn'ton i the disposition m thol.md _____ _m.ri.ii. considers U- would be bettor ITU should J'f abate-Windbag.} "Cvuutv Cciirt. Aciiin who P" nf Assembly to the IV jANiTAOTUlUH f.on, I'Ullt AU'uei Butlmge bill, were concurred in. 1'A KIWI The bill tu ii.o moil WHOM'! 111) timn nf j ho was laciliiiifating hy kindly no-otiiitinc We do notrien'rre to ilo Mr. Grooloy injus- tliis draft which could not bo collocfod with- i tice. notwithstanding his habituul unfairness lout his ondnrsomt'tit. urn tho Members of' t" all opponents, and will thercforo pim briefly tho tosiinionv as it now stands, incln- diiij; the latest manifesto from tho accused ill thercforo pivii i now arrniinied for 01 tow stands, incln- if not. who they arc, to what part.- thev 'be parly, We copy the point and substance of Chtniio. Stryker's tmtiiiiony before tbu Corrupt- ion Coininittoo. lie is a Director and ono of Iho Eieciitivu Committco of tlio DCS Moinos Compnny. banks in lUtnois aru Hpibuir at too ratu of five thou- "All i t I did this: I mado n draft in .rf Grei-ley lor whk-h 1 M alow Up entirely. The I remitted in a letter addressed to him. prating that if tho rejmrt of thocaminiiteo shou'd he in do and it should become iiKcosanry to ob- tain any further aid for the passage of the bill through the HOIIFO. ho was tu use it. I Najwrville BSfljL too Auditor that us wwsibe, by iMiirrniiilor nf its tutut, aiid a withdraw- Owrgu K-ijiht, Uro rotti- .lor ,wlftj, whhJi joing on in a rural much intvrott that {lapeC buoo Kartud fur the pur- of reporting it. Tho court room chiefly by lailiet, who, b ill and old, bring knitting, crotuJiut and work with Awn, BO that the hall pro- o from tlic trial) a buiiuees llad IK-TI wiih Mr. on tii.e suhjiH-t myselt, but ho was intimaiuly ac- qnamtcd with'somo of nur as I undersnmd. had taken slront interwl iti the of this resolution. Havini: mado tins draft. I went home and received tlm sanction of the eti'cutiro coniinitti'e for so doinz. 1 have had no other connection with tho matter By Mr. was that SlOOO for? was a retitiner fnr cnunsel. anil advico to aid in procurini: tbu passage of! Ihobll. i bcforu tho Torritori reUHiru tlio tiap- t.ul to nl. PoU'r I'rom St. I'aul. A Cutumpo' i uno an inversion ot the adagu Peter to pay I'aul. ferons in prnffMmns of purity and be owes to his eh ractor lo explain KSln-nni of ciposiiiR to puhlir oilitim some of. I wrnfi- i'. nrd fellow nhilanthro F K 11, ,n M. I n'sts. Hi' phonhl li.t m'H" 10 Cap-1 to aid in the tliis hill If bill 'T ho I'as actually taken Vn the profnnion rif, LBinpo" I ihu House wu woru willing tu line t n "i'1 lobby-man, or wheiher he has only bill was Quull indulinitelv poatpimed by 11 tolfl. i i ASSEMHLV P. M AftiT a a loiia session ju Committee of tho Whole, thu ioUowin: PASSED. Authorizing a Stuto loan of 9 SO 000. long and in what occupations they cii- gaped, whether in tho lobiiv or olsewhur.' Mr. Stryker he eticlrwed it Had tho letter beon broken opon and thu draft stolen Could such u thing Iw.o beun done by Mr Greeley's 'friend.' of whom ho received tho draft If ho hail itir- en.iis his name, wo could lictterjudgenf that, and at Icmt it clue would have been furnish- To amfiiid chapter 720 of lawtof IHBfi. 1'Vir collection nf Aaricu't tnt and Manu- Charter of Ilipon and Miiiaslm H R. I'd to truer, thin matter out and learn th lations to it of (hie as well an of the who was to draw on Greuley for the money. Aft the oiso now stands, Mr. 'Orwley occti- a pwitiim not at all creditable to him Btnleinent its full force, he was milted up with, and facilitating tho op- Charter of Cudarbnrgb nnd Ij iliu Superi- lll! ri-'-1 or Railroad. For reniOTal of tho coutitt seat of Juneau county. Itclnting to limited partnership for n roniniisgion to Bcttlo tho estate of Wm. A. White. or peolnjical commission. iii'Aru nil wiin. nild IdCIiIintJlif tnn nn enitionsof n'.en bo mtmg for contingent a innwnro thron3h Conifrcss hy tho I in.! o( if imluul iif intm.'wuo were members of Consross. and leeeivtug for thuir mid rotes. Voci- 15 appropriation hills. M. M. Strong presontod claim of J. E. Arnold ot for services as Baritow's Charter tlectiou. lu liir lim.tr uf ul t'. Ue- T BTTKRSOr mid Hit- Vd 4ur ul' .Utrcu. TUIII .iHlftftrruilJ ftlU.tttd unil oiiivdfor cifU.lvri, (v tl.Mi rU.tn. I..K.X .inint- IB licrv. v K Tm th" m.'l.-r- will, nn ilii- hit-oi d d.t ..t i-t 1V.7, Ilir ritjul (MliK.'rii i ui., tin...it .mvlvr. Klld all CUillll ABll kf A. r. T. W. Baxter Co., AiiJ Jimuf4clu, of C. W. roiu.tlc Virneti Burr FLUVltlNG AMU (iKI.iT MILLN. Alto. tltm ttt iti Otnvine Jinlctr Rulling Cloth, Imunrcd Smut Mm-hiiieminU tjepnrntom I'OU'l'AULE L'HBSTS, CAST If IO A' I' II (Ht F STAI-TS, Hiisting Serrtfi ttnp Built, Picks, Molting, tit. MILL FCRVISue (.E.VEKILLT, Vltlt llindolf. i 4 Midiniu, BAtiS! BAGS) BAGS! rRKl) hv p. em, I'ork m. em, I'ork m.il A. buuthof, dem., oitctcd Treasurer by 76 FIAJUR, HAM, AAU SALT SAtJKS, have ap- Middlesex villjigu; blue birds in Rv Mr. wh'mi? (ireeley. If thnbill pa.s- ed the Hiiuso we it as pmil as passod hy Conjireps. It was neccMsry si'dBcrd inina in tiii'fc i 27. line, or whether Ijkn 'poor Tniv.' he is stif-; Another took plaeo at Sayantmh on j Grocers' Ten Dealers' wnil 'poor f.-rinu for eiiiiL'lit in had'eompntiy j ihe parties beiiiK Messrs. Heg- Rv all meai s let us hear further from Mr. -'k Kiinbrough. They fouifht with Greolev. havo tn aftxiul lo it. I i-oiiM l-ildKihl; robiusv.t Hartford and pai-asol, W "Ulon" fall-blown violets at Hoehestor. to a h'm t0 "late wo eball hafolresb eggs, bull-frogs, i.iiMg twuButo, and wull-oycd piku lit abuu- OwsEBd, kdirocwd tit theadcortnomuiit if f. W. b Co.. Chicago, Illiuoit, to bo uund in aaoikw colinvu. Tiiej tttar for reasonafcUs teuw, a vmriuty of patoul i and mill fumkhivg eotMls Itv wliff.'i tetttnt nf niiirh inter- t of our loiders. maa natnod BilllngB cut his in Caluinot about two wcott ...nco, jiuuly tlie head fi'Oia Ins iwdv. WESTWOBTH has been nnmina  At Ufttqtuilcd In tltlAcollturr.Ki.d u mild niuti sisinalion in street. Now York, on Tuesday eveninz. hy nn unknown man whom shn accompanied tn tin- place. The ruffian esmpi'il. Mrs. Oreen is at Jho City Hoepi' i tal. There are no hopes of her recovery. Washington. Feb. 27. Tho Submarine Telegraph hill went to the President to-day. Jt will uadoubtetllv he signed. Younj, tho SJormon jiro- phut, thus denounces ono Gidoon. who had One day lost week, an emiirant. on hin the audacity to question his prophetic char- way trt Wisconsin, wiih a wife and oight clnl- actcr, uud puiitv of tho "spiritual wife" w dren, wa- niWuid of all his money, in tem dren, wa- niWuid of all his money, in K.dd, in ono of iho cars of tho Now Jersey "Who ie this Gideon who comeamonsst Railroad. Ilo was almost heartbroken by Jou "ll to sell tape in St. Louis. uTid And what destroy the Hmisu of Israel. r. O.idilrcn.Iiux 153T. O. W. ASHARD, No. DC CAN'T BE BEAT! TO CARPENTERS, MUVHKitmi Coopers Blacksmiths, Oth .ral HAVING A LAROJS STOCK and eomplete I of ill Hindi of I MEOHANICS' I T r. Mjui-iiuy iuu ninibo 01 Israel. Aim wnat ]._. i DEATH OF MR. G. D yc. children of the covenant, do in re- .ino pspors nrcnrd (he doath. on Thursday cvl1 Out with the bowiu FOK I last, of Mr. G. Fellows, one of tho oldest I Xauvo... w in the name oi God and the Prophet, b. OMUWI ru. IB and mutt respected citizens of that plaeo. j ,-ivo him hull that it Hiifi.rtun.tuly that tho j O ;auso ot'jusiieu tias not tho benefit ot Ins DH. gives thu i tmnal of the death of Or. Kane I A bov of IT yuurs, named George Johnson u shot dead ou Wodmadiy ovoni g, by th< of the Inpjr bier collar, No tJowery, New Yvrk, mte which, his com In- attcinnfcd, to furcoau entrance CHICAOO doin utll tlio aUanioH uf millun, gra n dt-alei: .tMil caoiiitiBWQU to t to ll Cooking BKTTEK PATTERNS AND CASTISGS nnr o llniivtin and we wui. u. tin- saine oueht tho river routo T''U -N a lr. Alrah AloimvCi c-. i i IMt j atKl for tho first time in my Ino, C..nnorv has beun sorrel with urn fn.ni' cuiHidaint, it i. j A QtSsTlos IK 1 '.l-Ml, turauilj ..f tuiiuin I to him.-Mr. ficer, and concTrnim his coureo in the Bond lont do you know of a draft for 
                            

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