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FaiO J. A. LaakarJ, treasurer of Ohio tewnshiy, ccllectiou on duplicate of 1S60 la 02 1 "HWW?si?. ttMTOMt of fVrry towuship, collection .n ctuplicate of 18S9 2 01 4 T. Wm au I L U(Atiitteld, treasurers of Perry township, collection ou dup. 1S60 22 OS 8 " MTljr au-i U. Uailory, treasurers of Salem township, collodion ou dupli- , 6 f ie 49 00 1 Richard CWg, tmaaursr of Seneca township, colleotiou on duplicate of 18J0. .. 6 57 3 1. rt e'ubvr k (V. Pogn W-g, treasurer of Summit towuihlp, collection on dapli- oo of I860 t . .. 8 as S W. II. RaVuiiiou tTbasaitfr of Sunsl)urjr towuship, collection on dup. of 1860 60 75 5 DiviiKupt, uurer ri.vuxarland township, oulleotien oi dttp. of I860... 5 08 S Ahra-a 4u, trei-mrwr of Washington towuship, collection en dap. of 189. . 1 39 7 Mime do do do do 1030 3 56 ft fn Ornra, treasurer of Wayne township, coltoction on duplicate of do 2 28 6 Total expenditures anl overpaid Iky treasurer in 1359 4835 81 3 Si COUNTV BRIDGE FUND, DR. i treasury, September settlement, 1860 keelUeted on duplicate of 1 860, at Feb. and Aug. settlements 181. 4832 44 8 884 70 1 1403 42 ft 12 7 m . . t ioiai rerointg rzns M)f treasurer' fees on colleotion of last) H pre portion of printing delinquent list overcharge refunded JM J. It. Noll for auperintending the building and specifications of the Glaring ton Bridge . Jmb Collins for work done to Clarington bridge "J. T. Morrill for work and lumber to Clarington bridge " ianapsou Thistle for lumber for bridge across Narrows Run ' Israel Lenta, appropriation by Commissioners for bridge at Neal's Afill 00 00 0 .fUlUrn She'.L for roikiag stona fording asrots iulb. oroelt ai Ford's data. . 80 00 0 " J'eese Jaoksou, appropsiation by commissioners for bridge near Ab. Jaokaou's 20 00 0 34 96 6 8 19 ' 4 37 0 33 50 0 800 00 0 2 60 0 25 00 0 Total expenditures 1068 COUNTY INFIRMARY FUND, DR. 52 7 Te) balance in treasury, September settlement, 1860 To ameuut collected on duplioate of I860, at Feb. and Aug. settlements of 1861 To amount received of J. (j. Frabisli , 21 83 7 f824 82 6 85 00 0 66 3 rounty amd State Treasurer 1 4 5 Total receipts . 1881 COUNTY INFIRMARY FUND, CR. hf treasurer's fees on collection of 1860 44 85 7 4 " proportion ef printing delinquent list 10 54 8 overcharge refunded 58 3 orders redeemed by treasurer and deposited with auditor December I860. . f36 19 0 "orders redeemed by treasurer and deposited with auditor March 1861 1017 97 5 to r4rs redeemed br treasurer and deuosited with auditor June 1861 29 49 5 N j)etoWi redeemed by treasurer and deposited with auditor September 1861. . 65 OS S f is ts . Total expenditures 1810 70 0 COUNTY DEBT AND EXPENSE FUND, DR. To baleaoe in treasury at September settlement of 1 Sftt) of oounty debt 4025 15 7 H amount collected on duplicate of I860, at February aud August settlements of c ; - 1881 of oounty debt... .. 2465 09 2 m amount collected ou duplicate of I860, at February and August settlements of 1861 of county expense 764 1 39 8 . V , " nrlntin delinanent list, credited to ether fun.l- ' Judgment on Alexander Freshaw printing road receipts, credited to road fund', u Wax. P. Riehardson, Kaq., reoeipt for note on Cersham Conger. ' ! same for notes for collection " C. M. Morrow's note , 248 (7 0 61 64 21 00 0 280 00 0 193 08 0 16 04 0 H. R, West's note 200 00 0 H. 8. Hartliue's note 20 00 0 - Edward Archbold's note 200 00 T "Lynch and Kinkald's note 5 00 John Rncker's note w 69 68 jnilor & Wharton's note 7 90 tax receipts remaining in office at the resignation of Wm. Myers, credited to oounty fund 607 06 0 dO cash of T. Murphy Esq. fine Ohio vs Huffman 6 00 0 do do of D. Walton, clerk, case of Ohio ts Hess & Sprague 206 77 0 do do same do do Kinney 108 78 0 do A. D. Drigg'o note do eMb of C. M. Jforrow, Jury fees do excess of sale of section 1 C, of tp 6, range 7, from jtfilligan & Oblinger do cash of Daniel Tuell for ferry license do do A. Fowell, Esq. fine Ohio ts luihoff do do D. Walton, olerk, case of Ohio ts Kd wauls do do tame case of Ohio ts Barker do do same for unclaimed costs do do H. B. James, Esq. fine Ohio ts I. I. Truax Jo do J. J. Bggar, Esq. fine Ohio vs Rucker do do same fine Ohio vs Thompson do do tamo fine of Ohio ts Shell do do same fiuo of Ohio ts Hour.' more do do Taumas Neal, Esq. fine of Ohio ts Barker 18S0 Co. 1861 do do do do do Total receipts COUNTY DEBT AND KXPBSSE FUND. CR M amount overpaid by treasurer at September settlement of i860, county ex pease tuna do treasurer's fees o tax collected of 18f,i, on conaty debt fund I do proportion of printing delinquent list, county debt fund do overcharges refunded ou oounty debt fund . do treasurer's fees on tax collected of 1S60, on couuty expense fund ' 4ft proportion of printing delinquent list on county expeuse funda no overcharges rerun-led on couuty expense tuna 'Py ordort redeeHtad by treas. and deposited with .Auditor Dec. tt do do do do do March "do do do do do June 4 do do do do Sept. " Treasurer's fees on collections of notev fines, costs, Jco. wording Probate Ju lae and Auditor's bonds . . " express charges paid on silver change for use of treasurer " discount on depreciated money . . . " overcharge on J. M. Kirkbride's receipt H Tax roceipta receive. 1 of Wm.'Afyers late treasurer uacolleccted '-" Jones order for judgement on Alexander Pre haw 11 W. f. Kkhardeon, Esq , receipts for uotes for collection ' M M. R. West's note " Bdward Archbold's note ... . . ? Rincaid & Ljcnch'a do . . Miller & Wharton do . ' Job Rncker do ..... " discount on money exchanged to pay into State treasury . - interest on Surplus Revenue paid State ... fet ' . . Total expenditures EXPENDITURES, The following statement shows the different purposes for which County orders hove been issued during the uscal year, commencing on the 5th day of September, A. D. I860, and ending on the 4 h day of September A. D. 1861. Paid Justices of the Pease in State cases . . . . . . t Cosutablea in State oases befere Justices . . . Guards in do do do do and sustaining prisoners - Witnesses do do do do . . . . . . Coroners, Jnrors and witnesses for hoMiug inquests . . . . - Surveyors, viewers, &c, of County roads -J'. W. Wheeler, fees as County Commissi oner .... . . " Frederick Muhlemaii, fees as County Commissioner at C . BarnottMann, do do do . . . . " W P. Richardson allowance of fees as Proseouting Attorney Jnojoj-s in District Court ' . . M L Jnrors in Court of Common Pleas m . . w Orand Jurors . . . Witnesses in Court of Cemmon Pleas ..... s? Witnesses before Grand Jury . . . School Rxaminers I Township Assessors Qnard and witnesses in Insanity cases im Probate Court h JVrmeS Mitchell, fees as Clerk of Court in S tate and other eases " Daniel Walton, fees as Clerk of Court in State and other cases Fxid township and town treasurer's for settling with Auditor 125 SO 0 23 00 0 762 79 0 00 0 5 00 0 341 01 0 101 7 0 75 57 0 6 00 0 8 00 0 2 00 0 4 0M 3 00 0 8 00 0 1&346 50 7 Paid F. Koehler for stationary. for oounty offices " J. M. Kirkbride for stationary, &c. for county offices " J. U. Davenport for stationary, fcc. for eounty offices " J, A. k G. H. pavenpert for stationary, &o. for county offices " J, A, Davenport fer rent of house for Pro4?ate Judge office " F. O. Jkey for statiouory, &e. for comity offices " J. D. Stauver, for stationary, Arc. for couuty offices " Jere. Williams, for making examination of Couuty Treasury " H. B. Bill, for investigating acoouuta of Treasurer and Auditor " J. K. Morris, for investigating accounts of Treasurer and Auditor same, for investigating accounts between . .William Kead for guarding prioouers iu jail " Allen Piersou for guarding prisoners in jail " T, O. Little for guarding prisoners in jail j Alexander Drum for guarding prisoners in jail William Bead for fees as sheriff in oase of Okie vs Baker and Miller same for work at court koune and jail M same for sowtug for inmates of jail " same for Rnos Conger to infirmary B. T. Reed tor frefght cm books " W. L. Johnston for freight ou books - J- N. Stmmons freight on beoks John B. Noll for freight on books " W. C. Deems for freight on books " T. M. Graham for freight On boeks " O. W. Easly for freight and storage on books " W. F. Booth for freight and storage on books ' ri. f . Kdney ror Treight on books G. W. Ramsey for freight and storage on books 1 " Wm. Henfhorn for freight on boeks " Adam Morris for freight on books " T. K. Davis for boarding juries in cases of Ohio vs. Kinsey, Sprague, and Edwards 26 nicnoias aoenier for boarding juries in case Ohio vs. M. Edwards 1 Jacob Nisperly for conveying Ann Wichi to Lunatic Asylum Jermiah Walton for conveying Delilah Walton to Lunatie Asylum " Marshall Aforrow for oonreying Wm. Hutoheson to Lnuatio Asylum " J. 8. Way for conveying Ann Wiohi from Lunatio Asylum " same, for conveying Wm. Hntchesou from Lunatic Asylum " Judkins k Brothers for stationary for county offices James ITesserly for pons for Treasurer and Clerk ej John Smith for coal " John McCammon for coal " J. C. Yoho :or coal " Adam Morris for hauling coal " Joseph k Uriah Reddin for cleaning Conrt-House n Joseph Reddin for white washing jail Emanuel Beck for white washing jail, recording and treasurer's offices " Daniel O'Connor, Recorder, for Official report to Commissioner ef statistics " 8. W. Noll, Coroner for official report to Commissioner of statistics " James Washburn for subpeeuing witnesses before Urnnj Jury " same, for ladder for court-house ' J. M. Kirkbride, Treasurer of Agricultural Society " M. L. Bowser for fees as Au 1. on account from 1st JVareb 1861 to 1st Juoe 1861 " M. Hceffler & Co. for repairs to court-house and jail furniture for same " John Hein for blacksmith work at jail " Heiu & Passmpre for blaeksniiih work at jafl ' E. H. Davis for notifying Commissioners of Special session " T. O. Little for notifying Commissioners of Special session " David Porshey for excess crt mousy on sale of B. of W. J of R. 7 T. 6 Sec. 16 74 1 1 - jonn uearamore tor tan retuuded for lands erroneously sold by Treasurer " same, for eonveying book to Assessor of Bethel township G. W. Cline for unclaimed costs in case of Jones k wife ts. W. D. Haverly " L S. Rice for unclaimed costs in case of Bruin ts. Hollister " M. Morrow, for unclaimed costs in case of " Alexander Sinclair for unclaimed costs in case f Ohio vs. Walters jury fee w, u. uareny lor unclaimed costs in case of Jones k wife ts. W. D. Haverly 8 65 0 same, for unclaimed costs in case of Aforgaa vs. Sigler 1 35 0 " George Thompson for nnelaimed costs in case of Jones k wife vs. W. D. Haverly 1 75 0 G. W, Patton for unclaimed costs in case of M. Kolvey vs. Kasserman 110 0 N.J. Monti for Sheriff's fees in case of Ohio vs. Charles Hopkins 1 35 0 " J. A. Smith for choulder straps for prisoner to 0 " Jacob Tisher for tax refunded for lands erroneously sold 1 91 3 " Edward Arch bo Id for tax refunded for lands erroneously sold 3 62 3 James Watson for tsx refunded for lands erroneously sold 1 62 6 Andrew Jackson for re-issue of order in lieu of one defaced Anthony Cooper for appraiser of land in State case " John Cooper for appraiser of land in State case " J. E. Hill for making two maps of county for oounty 5 W. P. Hunter Esq. for defending JTiohael Edwards, in oase of Ohio vs M. Edwards 30 " Nathan Hollister, Esq. Prosecuting Attorney, in cases of Ohio vs Sprague and aines and, At. awards 115 00 0 " G. W. English for counterfeit bank bill paid him by oounty treasurer 6 00 0 M. L. Bewser for fees as and'r on account, from 1st June 18fll to 4th Sept. 1861 455 61 0 FUNDED DEBT, DR. To amount received on bonds of county loan FUNDED DEBT, CR. By amount paid State balance due section 16 funds, February settlement 1861 812 39 0 " amount paid Slate balance due on general revenue 594 75 0 " treasuer'rs fees ou county loan q 52 5 $ CM 74 45 $ 75 .0 69 15 2 41 12 5 75 00 0 7 26 0 6 49 0 16 00 0 10 00 12 00 0 20 00 0 17 00 6 J 00 0 17 00 0 1 00 0 2 14 0 13 75 0 3 00 0 1 00 0 7 60 0 5 32 0 87 B 75 0 35 0 25 0 57 0 00 0 25 0 75 0 30 0 23 0 00 0 19 50 0 46 00 0 45 00 0 45 00 0 45 00 0 45 00 0 7 60 0 2 50 0 96 97 0 4 75 0 3 30 0 00 0 7 00 0 1 50 0 4 00 0 4 00 0 t 00 0 2 37 0 4 60 0 140 00 0 336 44 0 17 00 0 20 ?5 0 1 25 0 2 00 0 4 00 0 0 3 41 0 1 90 0 4 45 0 1 00 C 50 0 09 9 $ 5 10 C. M 25 0 To P. Shumacber, for floor " Arthur Okey, for 2 coffins 10 00 0 ' J. M. Kirkbride, for mer- d'e u 12 0 " J E. Jones for transport ing A. Howard to Iafir- mry 5 00 0 " Pettr Diehl fer merchandize 15 91 6 " P. Dillon, for koeriii.g Joseph Falwell 80 00 0 9 CM fer transporting Robert Hess to Infirmary 1 60 0 T. C. Eizer, for medical service in case of J. Fal. well- 12 0 0 Total expenditures $1705 72 i M. L BOWSER, Auditor, M. C. O. January 8, 1862. THE UNION FOREVER. MARRIED. At Barnesville, Ohio, by the Rev. Mr. Jackson on the I4th ef December, 1861, Mr. .Iambs W. Wa-ltoh, ot Woodsfield, Ohio, and Afiss M. L Palsott, daughter of Wm. A. Talhott, Esq, of the former place. Our friend Walton and his accomplished bride have onr best wishes, that happiness and prosperity may attend them through all the journey of life. Ohio Statesman. Ou the 24th of December, A. D. l36l,by the ReT. J. D. Low set, Mr. JOHN TUTTLE to Afiss AMELIA ANN McKBE, all of Afonroe county, Ohio. On the J4th day of NoTember, 1861, by J. P. Spriggs, Esq., Mr. Caspbr Yocket and Miss Maboabet A. Atkinson, all of this Coun'y. On the 24! h ult., by the same, Mr. Robert Caufentbr and Miss Mabtua J. Betts. On the 30th ult., by the sane, Mr. Joseph N. Danpokd and Miss Mabt M. Bbbpbn, all of Mouroe County, Ohio. 75 0 50 0 60 0 00 0 00 0 1450 00 0 THAT STANDARD SHEET." 1862. Great National Banner ef Intellect, FOS AMERICAN HEARTS AND HOMES TUB NEW YORK MERCURY WILLIAMS 6c WEST....Pi6riTlWk JOHN S. WAT Ewtoe. WOODSFIELD, O., JAN. 8, 1861. Matters in General. T A NEW YEAR WITH AN OLD FRIEND. 20,3 20 0 62 68 B 14 68 b 9 44 7 192 77 4 44 99 2 32 27 7 a 20U1 71 e CIS.'. 5U 7 1686 42 e 3118 27 5 64 97 7 1 00 0 1 25 0 4 00 0 80 0 103 61 0 61 54 0 10St 06 0 200 00 0 200 00 0 5 00 0 7 90 69 66 0 44 00 0 114 42 OJj $16St3 18 8 Balauee in treasury SURPLUS REVENUE FUND, DR. f o amount receired from State amount of interest due State, February 1861 Total SURPLUS REVENUE FUND, CR. By amount repaid to State " interest paid to State out of County fuads, February 186I Balance due State 1417 32 1450 00 0 20970 90 114 42 21085 62 0 19063 82 114 42 1907 85 SUG A.R GROVE 9 NURSERIES. THB Proprietor of these Nurseries would respectfully inform the public and every body that his Stock is very complete, and in most things great in variety and .amount. He would impress on the minds of those wishing to plant the importance of procuring good trees grow near home and of the best varie ties all of wbich we claim to have, while this is the only place in Eastern Ohio where GOOD RELIABLE STANDARD PEAR TREES can be procured, and at the same time pur chasers can be accommodated with anything they need in the way of TREES, PLANTS, &c. We would note particularly a very large Stock of Apple Trees, of fine size and of great vigor. Cherries a very superior assortment, and an immense Stock both of STANDARD and DWARF PEACHIS. PEARS, PLUMS, APRICOTS, &c. For garden culture we have a very fine Stock of DWARF APPLES, of the best and most showy varieties. DWARF PEARS and DWARF CHERRIES, and Berries in great variety. Of HARD GRAPES we have about 3 varieties, including DELAWARE. DIANA, CONCERA, CUYAHOGA, REBECCA, EARLY NORTHERN MUSCODINE, &c, &o. Of Ornamentals, we have an immense btock both in variety and amount. Of Evergreen and other Trees and Shrubs, Roses, Vines Dahlias, Phloxes, ic, &e.; all of which we will sell for CASH, at prices te suit the limes. Now is the time to buy, as one dollar will get nearly as much as two will at other times, and the Trees are of extra size and quality. We are also receiving and forwarding sub scriptions for most of the Agricultural, Hor ticultural and Rural publications, most of which we can furnish to our customers at Club rates. SJjJ" Address all orders to James Edgerton, Barnesville, Ohio. Jan. 8, 18J. tf. 21035 22 0 W families of Volunteers r" Witnesses in State, Insanity and R i 1 c-ises bofore Probate Judge w Justices and Mayors for opening poll-books of Elections Judges and Clerks of Elections "John S. Way, Probate Judge, fees in State, Insanity and Road cases C. M. Morrow, Sheriff's fees in State and Insanity oases before Probate Court same same, taiue, same, same, oavoe, same, aatno, same, same, same, 246 10 0 63 35 0 6 00 0 395 80 0 111 30 0 59 48 0 3 65 0 17 67 0 44 00 0 42 17 8 50 0 166 66 0 65 93 0 do-allowanuo by County Cctumisiioners for arresting John Hess 50 t0 0 do fees for transporting Lunatics to k Irom the Lunatic Asylum 90 00 0 do do do do do do Attachment case Ohio vs. Darnell and others fees in State cases quttshed and dismissed do for sumiuouing Grand, Petit and talles Jurors do witnesses before Grand Jury posting up Proclamations of General Eleetiou yearly allowance in Court of Common Pleas allowance by County Commissioners in 9t;ite k other eases Jailor, boardiuv prisoners aud in and out fees 137 50 0 washing for prisoners aud Luuatics 25 00 0 making bed elotLes for Jatl 2 00 0 Williams At West for printing for County 1003 75 0 : JJataWl O'Connor, for recording burnt Records 289 10 0 - Hannah Fleming for postage & 25 0 Josiah Sinolair, do do 3 2S 0 H. P. Hepburn for books and stationary for Clerk and Probate Judge 71 93 0 J. B. Louggly, for printing for County 5 r 0 0 John Nevins for stationary for County offices 2C 90 0 m' Wm. Swing for books aud stationary for County offices 112 0 0 m U. L Bowser for fees as Aud. on ace uut from 1st Dec. 1860 to 1st March 1861 446 75 0 ' constables for attendance on Courts 15 00 0 Paid Sinclair ft Baker for stsUeniur, 4. fer CnnT offices , li 114 Amount of outstanding orders issued during the fiscal year, commencing on the 5tk day of September A. V. 1S6U, and ending on tue 4th day of Sep tember A. D. 1861 For oounty purposes, thirty-one hundred and seven dollars, ninety-oue cents and eight mills 3107 91 8 For county purposes, issued previous to the Iscal year, nine hundred and eighty one dollars and ninety-seven cents Og 1 97 0 For infirmary purposes for the fiscal year, four hundred and thirty-lve dollars and one oeut and five mills 425 01 5 For Infirmary purposes issued previous to the fiscal year, one hundred and four teen dollars and sixteen cents 114 16 0 Auditor's Office. Monroe County, Ohi, ) Woodsfield, January 3d, 1862. ) I certify the foregoing to be a true statement of the Receipts and Expend itures of Monroe County, Ohio, for the fiscal year ending on the 4th day of September A. D. 1861. and that the Indebtedness and unpaid Orders are truly given, as appears on the Records of this Office. Attest, M. L. BOWSER, Auditor M. C. O. STATEMENT Of the amounts and purposes for which orders have been issued by the Auditor on the Treasurer of County, on the orders of the Directors of the County Infirmary, for the fiscal jear ending on the first Monday of September A. D. 1861. $ o. M To Joseph Stnckey for keep ing 8ingledecker and wife 12 00 0 To same, for the sam 13 00 0 " citizen Deal, for bouse rent for Mrs. Cline 9 00 0 Crawford & McCammon Tbreshir.g Grain at Infirmary 6 08 0 Wm. Troax, for 6 months pay as Superintendent 300 00 0 " Mann Smith, for keeping out door paupers 85 " Alex. Sinclair, for beef... 24 Henlhorn & Okey for Coffin 4 ' Theodore Supers for Sour 34 00 56 50 50 19 50 45 0 37 5 88 2 " F. & N. Koehler for mer chandize. 7 5 " Michael Long for barrel... 1 " J. M. Kirkbride for mer chandize 1 " Maihias Burbacher for cloth ing 3 Sinclair & Baker for groce ries 8T " Jnsbna Amos, for fees as Di rector 28 00 0 4 John Kerr, do same 24 00 0 " E McMahon.do same 30 00 0 " Alex. Sinclair, for beef 16 22 0 David Maiheur, for con?ey lug Adam Conner to In8rmary 4 00 0 To J. M. Kirkbrido, for sner- chandiz- 8 42 0 P-ter Diehl, for merchitndizft Jl 20 0 G. W. Boyish for hogs... 14 00 0 " A. Anderco i, for dig. coat 7 5 00 0 " A Urikga, for merchandize 24 49 5 ' " J M. Kirkbride, for do t 80 o To Michael Fagert for transport trig K. Conner to Infirmary 4 ' F. G. Otcey for merchandise " A Anderson, for dig. co il 25 " Wm Tru.ix, for 6 months pay as Superintendent 200 " F AN Koehler, for mer chandize 49 ' K MuMshoii, for brood sow 12 " J. N. Simmons, for trans porting Joseph Fallwell to Infirmary 3 f Mann Smith, for keeping out door paupers 35 " Arthur Okey, for Collin... 5 " M Burb cber for clothing 1 2 Sinclair & Baker for gro. ceries 105 " Meoferty & Sanders for (jrocesies and Bauon ITS f Uenthorn & Okey for C 'Ri i 6 W. F. Booth for fnneral clothes for panper.. 11 " James Eigerton, for swtet potato 1 1 mis J M. Kirkotide, for mer chat)d- " Ciiiz u Beti, for house rent for Mrs Ciine Theodore Supers for Hour John M-iliory, " Alex. Sinclair, for beef... " Peter Troy, for trars tort infr A. Howard to Infir mary , " Wm. T'uex, fur pay as Su perintendent c M 00 60 00 Forwarding and Commis sion Business, AT CLARINGTON, 0. f rHE undersigned having in oharge a New jL and Comma lions War House, convenient to the Staam Boat Landing, solicits the pat ronage of the Pnblic generally, who have bu siness of this branch to be attended to, with promptness and dispatch, and at such mode rate prices as will not fail to satisfy all who may favor me with their business. Jan. 8, 1862 3mo PETKR DILLON. William Adams' Estate, NOTICE is hereby given that the under signed was, on the 21st day ef Decem ber, 1851, appointed by the Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio, Administrator of the Estate of William Adams, deceased. WILLIAM UENNING, Adm'r. Jan 8, 1262 St. Emilv Kesser's Estate, NOTICE is hereby given that the under signed was, on the 26th day of December 1 3 til , appointed by the Probate Court ef Men roe County, Ohio, Administrator of the Estate of Emily Kesser, deceased. JACOB GREINEK, Adm'r. Jan. 8, 1862. 3t. 00 0 67 00 00 00 00 00 NOTICE IN PARTITION. Court of Com. Pleas, Monroe Co. O. Aduni Ivrrbs et til. against Peter Wjsent et at, " ACOB WYaUNT, Michael Wysant, Gertrude i Horn and reter Horn her tiusuaud: iatue 0 1 line Swally and George Swally her husband; 0 Peter Wysant, Maria Teresa Ulrich, Peter Ul I rich, Catherine Ulrich and John Ulrich will j take notice that on the 4th day of January, A. D. 13i-, a Petition was filed against them 0 ; in the Court of Common Pluas within and for jtheooauty of Mourorf and State of Ohio, by q j Adam Krebs and Barbva Krubs his wife, and j is now pending, wherein said petitioners de " maml partition of tiie following real estate 0 i situate iu Monroe county, Ohio to wit; ! BeKiuuini; tor the same at a stone bearing 81 5 south three and one fourth degrees west, five 70 00 60 0 2 00 0 5 20 0 9 67 S3 8 00 60 60 11 4 00 100 0f and niuety-fonr hundredths chains from the north west corner of section ton, in township Bix of range six: No. 1, south three aud one- fourth degrae.s, seven and two.hundths chains to a stone. No. 2; south eighty-nine aud one. half degrees east, seven and twelve hun dredths chains to a stoue. No. 8: nnth three fourths degrees east, seven and two hun dredths chaius to a stone, witness by a beech six iuebia, south seveut;, -seveu degrees west, twenty-one aud one-half links and a poplar live inches, ulirth thirty aud one-fourth de grees east thirteen links. No. 4: north eigtty niue and oue half degree west, seveu and 0 I twelve huudredlhs chaius to the place of be q ginuiug, witness by a maple twruty iuches, : north twenty degree west three liuks and a " ' poplar live iuches, south seveuty-nine and one I fourth degree oast seveuty-oue links, Ptv taiaiug fire acre inor or less; and at tht 0 : uext term of said Court said Patitiouers wiii i spply lor u rder that partition may be i made of said premises. ! Jau. 8, IS -37-92 ADA.M KRKBS. 0 On New Year's day of 1862, that world-re nowned and unrivaled gem of American jour nalism, the peerless New York Mbbccbt, will enter upon the twenty-fourth year of the most brilliant career ever achieved by a paper. Dur ing the past year it has been the teacher, story-teller, mentor, and oracle of two hundred thousand American hornet, from ocean to ocean; and from Quebec, in Canada, to Pensacola, on the Gulf of Afexico. 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Already the largest literary Journal in the world, and famous as the focus of a thousand brilliant literary reputations, its programme for 1852 will be magnificent beyond all prece dent. The most celebrated pens of this coun try and Europe have been secured in its serv ice, at an outlay equal to the expense of viore than one national government im the Old World! and its novelettes, or continued stories, for 1862, will be the most spleudid triumphs of elegant Fiction ever published. To these, t4o, the magic pencil of the greatest of American artists, Mr. Felix O. C. Oaklet, will lena the aid of pictorial art. Our story, initiatory of the Vew Year, is a splendid national Romance, commencing iu the New York Mbrccrt of Saturday, January 4th, 1802, and entitled THE RATTLESNAKE: OR. THE REBEL PRIVATEER. A Talk of tub Pkksknt Tim k. By Ned Buntline. It is the greatest Novelette since the days of Marryatt. Tub New York Mercdrt is sold by all news men and periodical dealers in America. To subscribers, it is regularly mailed every Sat urday morning, for $2 a year; three copies for $5; six copies for $0; eight copies for $12, with an extra copy, tree, to the getter up of the club. Six mouths' subscriptions received. Always write plainly the name of your Post Office, County, and State. We take the notes of all specie paying banks at par. Pay ment must invariably he made in advance. gaf Specimen Copies sent free to all appli cants. Address all letters and remittances, post paid, to CAULDWELL, SOUTH WORTH k WHITNEY, Proprietors of the N'w York Mereury, 46 and 48 Ann street, Now York City. Jan. 8, 1862 5t We concluded tbe publication, last svaek, of tbe annual message of M. L ik wssr, auditor, to delinquent tax payers, aud we are glad that we are tbrougb, for it ocon. pied a very large portion of our columns. As soon as we have finished the publica tion of the Receipts and Expendifmtu. which appears this week, our long adver tisements will be finished np for sone time to come. Several of our correspondents bart been ueglecied, in consequence of the crowded state of our columns; bat here after their communication! will appear at usual. We publish, on tbe outside of this week's issue, a letter from oar faith ful eorrespondeut "Brigham,'' aud call the attention of our readers to it, as It will well repay perusal. The muster roll of Captaiu Neal's Cavalry Company appears this week. It ought to have appeared two months ago, but was mislaid. We will be happy to hear from the "member" who sent ns the roll, whenever be can make it convenient. We have on bands several communications, which will not repay publication at this lime, for the reason thai they have now become of too ancient date. One word about oar paper, and then we will conclude this subject. We made a mistake in our last order for paper, and consequently the "Spirit" is much reduced in size, altbongb tbepe is the same quantity of reading matter. The paper is two inches too short, and leaves no margin, as will be perceived, bat it will be no inconvenience to any one except to the person that works tbe press. That's all. The Monday last. our readers, Gov. Tod. Ohio Legislature met on We expect to lay before uext week, the message of GOING RIGHT ALONG FOB 18621 THE SECOND YEAR OF FIELD NOTES COMMENCES ON THE 1st OF JAN. 1862. FIELD NOTES is a large, double quarto eight page Weekly paper, published at Columbus, Ohio, devoted to the Farm, Live Stock, Orchard, Garden, Markets, Field Intelligence, AND THE CULTIVATION OF THE PEOPLE! f S. D HARRIS, Agricultural Editor, I Mrs. F.D. GAGE, Home Department. Having successfully weatheYed this troublesome ear, we enter upon the campaign of 1862, with improved facil ities for furnishing the rural world with a first class FARM, FIELD AXD HOME PAPER! Terms $'2 a year, single copy; two copies for ?3; four copies for $6, and a copy 6 months to the getter-up of the club; eight cop'es for $12, and a copy for the year to the getter-up of the club, 12 copies nst far o ily $15! Payment alwavs in advance THE GOOD OLD Ohio Cultivator Continues to be Published Every Month Enlarged to 33 pages, and price reduced to ONLY FIFTY CENTS A YEAR! A dub of ten oopies at $5, and a copy extra to the getter-up of every c'ub of te: a club of fifty copies at only $20! being a premium of $o for any one who will get up a club of tiftv. THE OHIO CULTIVATOR contains trie best practical articles from Ftkld NoTEtS, and is the cheapest Agricultural Journal iu the Westera country. ALL POSTMASTERS, and ail friends of rural improvement, are authorized to receive Bwd forward subscriotions to the above publications. Specimens sent free. Columbus, Oii'o, Dec , 1861. From Washington. Washington, Jan. 1. A vast con course of people were present at the President's levee to daj. Members of the Supreme Court, Foreign Ministers, iocla ding Lord Lyons and Mous. Mersitr, wuh thur ladies, uftirj of the Army and Navy, headed by Geo. McDowell, abd civiil atis iu great numbers, were present Gen. MoClellan, being indis posed, did not attend. Tbe Marine Band was in attendance aud discoursed choice mu-iic, and several of the Secretaries kept opeu bouses. City police in new uniform were present and kept everything in com plete order. Col. R. H. Rush's regiment of Lan cers paraded the avenue to-day, present iug a brilliant appearance. Among tbe crowd at tht President's mansion and of marked appearance was Muj, W F. M. Amy, successor of Tit Carson, U. S. Indian Agent in New Mexico lie wore a full suit of buckskin, made in Mexican style, elegantly em broidered with silk and heads. Ho pri vately presented f Mrs. Lincoln aspl.n. did blanket as a Mew Year's offering. It, is all iu evidence of the taste and skill of the Rocky Mountain Iodians, This blanket was nude by a squaw of a Navajoe Chief, she having been employed on it for five months. It is of a large site, of wool, the fringes upon it being of white,, red and blue. Amy says thtre are about ten thousand Navbjoes in New Mexico who own, with Mexicans in tbe Territory, probably a million of sheep, which are used princi pally far food The animals remain un shorn of the wool, which would make good blanket aud clothing for our troops. All the troops ou vbe Tirginia side, at g o'clock this morning, were making ox tensive preparations for enjoying New Year's day. The programmes wero vari ed, theatrical representations and pig races in some localities being prominent in the bill. A ride of about thirty miles afforded no move interesting items than these. The occasional firing of gam wero bat incidents of the jubilation. Gen Kelly. On reading our notioo of Gen Kelly being relieved of the com mand at Romaey, some of oar reader may suppose that he had been relieved altogether from activo doty, which is not the case Gen. Kelley has asked to bo relieved from activo duty for a short tiao, that be may have the rest his health at present imperatively demands. His sick ness is not dangerous, bat then it is to the last degree painful and incapacitate him from active duty. He ho struggled agatost the disease for four weeks, and is now forced to leave his command at the very time bis labors had succeeded in ar rantring them into shape for fature action. Wheeling Intelligencer. Mason and SI idell Sail for Provibenck, Jan. 3. The Britioh steam gan boat Rinaldo left hero at ftvo o'clock yesterday afternoon with Mess re. Mason and SI idell, and their Secretaries on board. Tbe wind blew a hurricane all night. Boston, Jan. 2. About three hun dred men o' Boiler's division embarked to day, and will sail to-rjorrow.