SttUtj SL, First Boor laofPod Office.
E. G. DE WOLFE, Editor.
TERMS- 2 00 Per Annum in Advance.
' OCTOBER . ti6ia.
National Union Republican Ticket.
GET. TXYRSES S. CltAXT,
T.liiu .oF,ali!ois. ':'
FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
gcariJYfcEU COLFA X. ' .
Republican State Ticket.
Far Judfff Kmprrmt r,"' f" '
!-' James moorc
.1. ,vi ...AfSAtfOnwHWw.
. 41H.i KOBRIH.
,;d ...ftf H'f'''w,,
,J,.,i I WtttEV KHW.
. ,4 frJPmMcntUl fclccterf.
DAVID TOD . r .:f if Mector
SAM'L GALLOWAY. J at Large.
5th DisL- DAVID THOMPSON.
KOK CONCiMKMS-Slh IHSTKICT.
, T. E. GRISELL, of Wyandot
-" "otr siraKirr, '
-: J-v- CM.' BUSH.
f ' ; roa auditor,
-re A J.0TBKAiUBER, ;
irtvUt .i ENOCH ROSS.
c. van eman.
msv OB COMMIflslOKKR,
I;"'. WILLI AM KL AMROTH.
t ' " FOB IKf IEMAST IUBKCTOE,
II. M. MOSIER.
, FOE COKONEB,
A SPECIMEN BRICK.
We have called the attention of our
our citizens in general to the manage
ment of oat'osntr Tnatters in the last
issues jot' pui jjajje. 'These articles
have j&uaetlnq little iluttering among
the anteriified, and some of our friends
hive called our attention to others of
like ilk. A friend from the country
inferos as of, a cfnau specimen of man
agement inHho . erection of the Cro
ninger bridge' Vhich, In pur ' humble
opinion, is hard to beat. '
The Commissioners - first : made.
contract with Mr. Reiterto build the
abutments for the aforesaid bridge
a stipulated sum. When built, the
. : J. J - : -'
abutments were not wide enough apart
for the span of the bridge, and a new
contract was made to place the abut
merits twelve feet further apart.
The abutments were, by the first
contract, to be built ot stone ot such
olft tmitrxotbg obtained, ana
Rev contract . was made- with Reiter,
by which they agreed to forniah the
The abutments' were to be eighteen
feet wide at the top, but when the
bridge, which, was framed at Toledo,
. came, it was found that they must be
twenty feet. A new contract was ac
cordingly made . with Heiter to make
thenx twenty feet wida i--- ;
The abutments, by first contract,
were'tooe ISl feet high'. ' Ynencom-
pieieqp yiey were touna to be too low,
sd eWjjpontraet. hftd to be made
with. HetUer to- bnild them 1 feet
higher. Thus we see five ' contracts
Lay been tmvle'for the performance
. - - -t r- ... ...
ot oe piece of wqrk. . io w many.bar.
gaio, the CommLiHioners jnade with
their friend Yocum for putting up the
bridge, the Lord only knows.
Now, IfTt takes five separate and
distinct contracts to build the abut
ments of a bridge, hoV many contracts
will it require' to build the brid-e
iteelff ' ' - ' 1
Perhaps the "mathematical man'' of
the county cril,.who ciphered up the
late dqfieit in Ahe .county trearory,
would be' willing- to try his 'hand on
the above proposition. ' ' (
The CinciamUi A'nyrirer has labor
ed assiduously ' to' make iV appear
that non. Job E. Stevenson hn bocu
dialpyal during the eafiy- part of the
rebellion, and offered to bring a wit-
Bess, Mr.' Jmo. Redmond, of Cliilli
cothe, to proTe that Mr. S. hoisted a
secession iUg over his residence after
the battle of Bull Uon. But, alas for
this nice little arrangement of the
Enquirer, Mr. Redmoud goes before
a Notary Public and makes oath that
he never heard of uch a thing until
he saw it in ta Enqvinr; that he
has known - Mr. Stevenson well ever
since the war begun, aiid that he fur
ther knows him to have been a true
Union man. .,-.-.-. -
We refer to the above to show to
what straita the Cary Democracy are
reduced, and to. say further that we
are well acquainted with Mr. Steven
son, and that had the Democracy
shown a tenth part of the zeal in assist
ing to put down rebellion that Mr.
S. did, the, war would, have ended
two years sooner, the lives of thous
ands of brave and loyal men saved
V their families, and .millions of
sure saved to Vm country. The
Qg of the f Jintjturtr is of great as-
tstaBoe to Mi. Stevenson. " We hone
it will keep il dp. ' . ' .' ,
The plow-holders ,f , Hancock
county would like to know the first
cost, and costs for' repairs,' and also
the present ' value ' of the bridge
across theBIanchard River, at Deck's
Mill, la Liberty township : also what
part of the time since its completion
it has been - impassable.' County
Commissioners, please answer.
"Let Us Have Peace."
Once lore to the Breach! line More Effort!
.At Findlay, Ohio,
Wednesday, October 7, 1868.
The Union Central Committee ol
this county, takes pleasure in an
nouncing that they have positive
Gen. John. C. Lee,
R. M. Corwine, Esq.
AND , 1
Senator W.M. Bateman
Will he present a address the
meeting upon tho issues ot the day:
Marion township, which now holds
the Prize Silk l.anner, offers the same
to the township sending the largest
delegation (in proportion to tho num.
bcr of Republican votes cast) to this
Grand Mass Meeting.
COME WITH MUSIC, BANNERS
And let us have a demonstration
that will strike terror to the ranks
the revolutionary and Union-hating
Democracy. Friends of humanity,
devote one day to the cause of right.
By order of the Union Cen. Com.
INFORMATION WANTED. For the Jeffersonian.
TAXES IN HANCOCK COUNTY.
To tiik Tax-Payees of Hanoocw
Tlie Courier, of the 24 th inrt.
fearfully exercised over an artule
which aeared in" the JEFfBKso.NULN
of the 18tji iiwt, atldressed to yon,
the truth of n hicb he dare not deny
and in which the renKnsihility of your
enormoos and continually increasing
county and local taxes is so plainly
and palably fixed ujku the Demo
cratic party. But the Courier man
scolds "like a fish woman, localise
statement of taxes was not made in
way to suit him. " '. i ,
The very correct, and, virtuous pat
riarch who presides over the columns
of that journal by the assistance
a certain ex-Auditor makes an exhi
bition of certain tables to bolster
their, charge of Hie,' "dishonesty,"
and 'raseality, which lie makes
against the article in question: I pro
pose to show by the tables, as given
by the . Courier, that the Democratic
officials fvQ!ir countv are resnonsl-
-ibrth""""-'e of taxes, andtol
2SS CmM. ! i -t, I r. ttr-l .
only tho 'If iiiH of taxes which are
ied by our Cotiiinissioners for county
purposes, and will not1 include the.
levied for Infirmary pnrposea, , j t
uvns. ; .I isee. :..- is. Jdo'bs
Coast? fund, UU 14. $ 96S S3 J
Iiit. n Bar. Bar.,
Sp.o Road Rap.,
. : ni.s
ToUlt : S929.M ' 2009.68
I 914.01. M
97JI4 ' is
3.J7 I. 389
at. oa Bar.. Bar.
dpao. Boad Bap.
ToUla, $691.41 $H37.1 i12l6
Tliese figures are those given by the
Courier, and are elamiod to bo correct.
and they show an increase in eunty
Hsvies Of $1080.40 or 116' per cent.
in Amanda, and $ 1 2 IC.50-k)r iie'arly
200 per ooaU. in Dclaw are towmihips.
lax-payers in those two toainsliips
will certamly not comiJain thai the
taxes have not boon - increased witli
sufficient rapidity. Tlie language'
tho tourier, in his article pf last week,
nught well be applied i DO fciniself,-!-
-withthe figures before him for w
know he saw them why did!he'uot
tell the whole truth. TJh reason
obvious, bw '.l.j'-ct was not to get
tlie triilli, bnt U niuleal,, bavin"
Ins reailerti understand that' the tow n
ship authorities were responsible Air
the increase taxes. i -
The tax fir coiintr exoenw lim.1
in this county, wan, in I8tf0,eee' -Auditor
of State's rcitort, 1800, bne 78
$11,8.15.11, whilH-fisr the wesent
year it u 9 1 7,PL'7.58, or. an Increase
3o,0.'5.a , . Iliu does not inelmt anV
of the iteim iiientiiHied ahoVe, bnt
levied, as the Courier etivu ti
iirt charges, . ex kmiho of Len.in.r
prisoners, tuilariAs of otiicers, See ., anil
adds facetiously, "and the iiuiead
demand tor costs of criminal lirosecu
turns coiiseuejit Hpou.tho incivtiHr1
crime mu tne aoeession of th'I
rnl .1 i..n .i ... i. . . . . ., 0wi
r-"""'" l'-" -. power.'- mat t
too bad ! What a deinoraliidn ..irtt
that accession has had ujmmi some
me mniocrauo oflictds of Uancni
county! ,ii ,-.
Tlie Courier resorts to tho f-A
ioned style of aigument it is wont t6,
use when driven to the wallsuch as
tie, -raacaiiiy, - Mwhoaesty, hnj,
ing by that means to divert your attention
from tlto facta he has vainly
sought to disprove, and. if noaaHJ
Blille investigation ; . and yet he has
the coolness to say, 'let the tax pay
eis investigate, and. the Democracy
have nothing to fear." . That i '
huge joke! If the Countv 'ononis
sioners, w ho are not only. Democrats
and tax-payers but who are also
the guardians of the intercuts of the
whole county, had made their report
to the Court of Common Heas. earli
year, giving a ueiauea statement of
tlieir transactions, and of the financial
condition of the county ; and had the
Court and Prosecuting Attorney ap
iMjintcd two suitable itersons to iiiv-
tignte tlie same would not the defal
cation ot some ot onr county offi
cials have Ikh h detected before they
had crown lo xuch prourtions? . All
this is required of the CouiuiLsioner
by the aH ot .April 5, ISCtf.
OJ, ea you dote on investigation!
For the Jeffersonian.
NULLIFICATION IN HANCOCK COUNTY.
NULLIFICATION IN HANCOCK COUNTY. How Laws are Administers
in the County.
On tlio 2Gth off March, SCf, (M
age 116, Laws of Ohio, Vol. 57),
the Legislature passed a Jaw, still in
force, making it obligatory upon the
Probate Judge, as often as once in
each six months, and oftenerif neces
sary, without notice to any other
person, to appoint in writing, under
the seal of the Court, a trusty and
competent accountant, whoshsll
forthwith, without notice or intima
tion to the county treasurer, proceea
' ' a
immediately to count Uio moiveysj
examine the books, voaehtrs.&c, and
certify the condition thereof to 'the
proper authorities. 1 fry' the same
law,;t is also made the, ..duty. of. tbej
county auditor and commissioners,
once in each six roontiis, to make a
thorough examination and. inspection
of all the books, moneys, 'TOUchers,
bonds, securities, -Ac.;' in the treaa-
Again in ,1806 (sec page J23: Laws
of Ohio, vol. C3), the Legislature
passed 'another law "requiring the
county commissioners,' annually on
the ' 2nd Monday , of September, to
make to the Court ol Common Pleas,
a tk'ttiled report and statement of all
their doings, with an accurate slate
mcnt of the fiuaucial condition of the
county. , .' ,! i i
These lawi were passed in order
to secure the' tax pay era from1 loss,
iciaicauons. and euaiue uieni to sec
how their county affair were man
Again (se Swan it : Critchfield's
Refill ! Statntes,' pagO IJ1.' It
made the duty 'othe i-ounty.j
to make out annually a list of all un
claimed' cost. aAd postk np at
door of the! cVtnrtMiouse, 'atid If '
culled tor witlun a limitcl time,
costs are to 1)0 paid into the. county
trcasur'. -. Uit.:
Had these laws berir1 observed and
obeyed .ljr our . county olfacf ra ,
would notjliave . had .iUer ,01jW
three dtfalcalione that Hancock coon
ty wllhin the last sVx'ycars has been
. , : t: ! il . I t'l.l'i ..(.. '
blessed with. Wuy t are not these
laws; observed X;, ! it)lecau8e
Demobratio officials think the people
haW 46 ' business' tb Ihow hat ber
comes of the money after it comes
into, the hands of .these 4Ulce ftolders
Oris it becaose these Democratic
office holders are afraid to lei
tax payers" know, 'what"! becomes
the, money ?. A re, Jthey afraid tbaj
such exhibiu , movhX expose fraud,
corruption; . an elravagancc, aucli
ss would aniaze arid arouse thopeo'
pie ? ' Or do they go ,upou ; tlie
Democratic doctrine of J no. Ci dal-houn,-
4hat ' as --eereig 'State
in the 5 - etperletW; of 1 111 " ioy
eig'nty ' has a right to 'ullifj0
lawiDt-Cougtefte ajul tha .mithnriVT
CLMi? iirnuii , v -. p
thrbufffi its county ofljeers, in
. . V j- , ty .... :n
exercise of its sQvwign authority,
nullify the laws ortheabverign'Ktaie
of mo. oif3h I Wre" mbcracy.
Tjax payers if 1$ Tor '.'you, to
whether the laws of the State passed
for your prolectibn'ahallbe observed
or 'whether'.'thcy'shall be,trmpled
under foot and disregardeijby 'your
DemdcraUc county 'tofflctals, . ',
;i Dei'ide (his notation on the seoond
For The Jeffersonian.
How are you. Mr. Glessner?
,1 If f.l tlleisner. kenior1 editor and
proprjer pt .ejJIoapo, ournri
saja in lu Mu weoxn paper mas
couaty expense fund fa levied for the
purpose of "paying. ,fambd other
UungssuitiOnerj , printing, ,c."
Now we Jtnqw that JUe county . lur
nt shes addpya for bookayMatika, Ac.
vYekhbw thai any J6h can ' go
Cleveland and else wjiore to any steam
printing eijtaMiijnme,nt and purchase
assessor yW. and other blanks for alxnt
$6 per -Kan. ;We koow that agents
some ' tirmf since" offered to furnjsh
these blanks' to th cbuidjf .from city
offices j at from. $50 to 5,25 per
xeanu-iJKui ithe Courier "''office! and
party tamst be kept hj, and inejDet
(craiic wuees greaseav f.l)e j con
tract for theae.Nauke is given fa Mr.
Gleseaery senior 'editor,- Ac- ."vWe
bottom of blanks, pay about Li dol
lar pe resun t 'he' bring thera nere,
turns thtafoA-er to 1 1 Wcbck county
at publUh'irig ratt geU. from $18
21 jMjr ream, deducts $G to send
Cleveland to pay ior1 tbooand puts
th4 balance in bis pocket. Why can".
the county do this, and save these
rge sums to the tax payers? i; How
is.' this,' Mr: -iileesoer ? -Ate' 4hese
facts truer' 'We'ask'for information.
lei this part . o the , 'oHtity. expense
mad liror a.Vblankai,ljrinting,u i
Ct theiax. payer i lBar i fronr-yoir.
Vi wabt; to kno "h'oV; the.' 'money
unersteny! the fact toba that he sends
withtho fapypycJurieK ojge',
JAIL EXPENSES—$43.00 FOR TOBACCO.
:': ' mk oi r-JAUUU.-ii'tj ysu. il
'' Mr.,Glessnrr aeaiOE editor bf the
Uatuoct 7oi(KsyB; that the Conkl
ty expanse fuuAieye'dU "nay.
among otber nipgsK,;3aiiexpeaee,
repairing -of priacna," We Mtu ad via.
ed .that t a late -sessran ef our Conn
ty, Commissioners, they allowed to
VT. L. Davis St Co., and "paid them
ut of the County' Treasnrey 't5A ai)m
of $4.1)0 for' tfarfjprtittpruotur
injad. u lo w are you, Air.;, Uieaaaeri
lathis your, kind bfxexpviMes for
"keeping prisonersT. Tax-payers,
how tkJ yon like it? ', We wanit infor
mation; is is true a,nd bap. be proy-1
ed. You cau't deny it ; '
For the Jeffersonian.
REWARD OF $1,000 FOR BEING A
SVhen bar county oominwsincni
proposed getting au infirmary farim
they would not purchase an onimprov
cd farm, but bought the Hock farm at
a large price with the promise tnat,
Insing improved, they would not put
up any building for some years, there
being already sufficient on tho farm
for all the uses and necessities ot an
infirmary. But as soon as they pur
chaacd, they w
sent on to , build ; a hue,
large, three-and a -half story
house for the county oor. They gave
notice by publication for builders to
tuake, their bids for the building of the
house. Thereupon, Mr. Shull, (aDctu
ocrat) filed his bid, offering to build
tho bouse for $13,0001, Messrs. Shn
gurts Jb', Pouglatw, (Republicans) ro-
f ' ' i . t il.AAaa
ponuibie men, uiaue uteir ma hi i i,-
400, : Then Shull, getting notn-e oi
this bid, reduced histb$12,n!)3. The
cbmniWiouers thereupon awarded tho
contract to Shull for $9t:$ more than
the others offered to contract for.
tVhy? ' Was it becane:, Shull was
a'gootl Democrat ?i We can sec no
Other ruasoik. . i , . .. .11
We could givo- many iiistances ol
the same kiud in tho contracts of our
couuty. Who' wouldn.t be a Demo
crat in Hancock county ? :
Tax payors 1. how do you like auch
a distosal of your money ? What are
you going to do about it t Jf ere is
$1,000 of your inouey, given away to
a mau just because he is a - Democrat
Glorious Democracy ! Glory to Han
cock county! Democratic ruh;! Cheap!
Cheaper!., Cheapest! Economy for
For the Jeffersonian.
Taxes and Taxation--$128,000
Taxes and Taxation--$128,000 County and Local Tax---$75,000
County Democratic Tax
County Democratic Tax---$34,000 County Expense
Tax, and only $7,500 Republican
State Tax in Hancock
; i -In1 my last' article I showed ' that
Hancock couaty pays a State tax of
126,000 ,' That of this amount the
Republican party is. responsible for
eaa ba 17.5(H). 1 'proved this
from the official reports bf our aud
itors. of Slate for the. years
166 and AS67,end from the Hancock
Courier of October $1; 1867.' These
are the reports sworn to by our aud
itor 'aud treasurer of the county.
Front the marauthori ties I further
proved, nd I cited the books and
the page,1 that' in 1855 onr county
and local tax was $32.671., In I860
it wa $108,jU9 an increase of $75,
788.., UJ867 it was $128,871. or an
inrease in twelve years of ' $96,200.
I further showed from the same au.
tliorilies' aiKl 'pVoofs, that the county
taxes proper were in 1855, 9,501
In )6A this same tax for which our
Democratic county othetais were
atric'tly and alone responsible, ha
increased' under Democratic rule to
iJ mocraiic rale in Han-
I inrlr jtsMnftm in .1
cock county in twelve years of $65,
000, or seven tines in' that time.
further showed that the tax (or the
county expense fund was in 1855
5,554' ln'iWthls bad increased
to ttS.OOO.'and'ln 1867 to $20UO
This exhibit seems incredible,
staggers 'the faith , and credulity of
.'""'''..'.' . . .
any man until he has examined the
sworn avUioritiea above cited- ' Rut
it shows' the nnparalleled 'extrava
gance oriMmocratic rule in our coun
ty, 'and tfce unexampled JncQmpeten
cy of onrDemocratic county officials.
uNow examine the one Item of coun
ty exbehsc fund above, cited... In
$6o'oii(i bf 88 counties in Ohio, there
were, but 12 whose county expense
fund tax was as 'great as ours. In
1867 there' we're "but 5 whose county
Jexpense was Mgreat as ours.. .These
five were, toe great counties or isut
ler, Cuyahoga, Fraukllh, Hamilton
andRoflu'. Bnt ilk Qleasner, '.editor
of the, liqru-ttk Courier,, a his issue
Of 8ept..'2tv 16B, (laatsveek) at
tempts to evade this astounding bx
tf aragance by saying that t,h1a county
expense" fual' is levlpd 'to , pay
court expenses, jail expenses, keep
ing of prisoners, salaries of county
officers; ' fuel, lights,1 '' blank ' book's
itat'jonery,' printing,L Ac.","
ow, air. uiessner Knows taiat all
the. Other! counties! have the same
Humbei of officers as ours, and many
have' more He knows that .'but
three o'fllcers are paid by the, county.
via : ii the j Auditor, Treasurer and
I'rosecutlilg Attorney, while the Pro
bale Judge, Sheriff, jClerk and Re-
orderjaf f ginid,- bj the feef . ot their
oiQce. )I IViows that there are few
er prisoners and less . criminal busi
ness in this county::than in most of
the counties of the' State; ns Bhown
by the statistics, and therefore' there
shoald be less expense in .our coun
ty than others. Y Mr. Glesaner knows
that in this conhty there are few
er and ' shorter, terms bf court, less
litigation, 'fewer jail expenses than
in most counties of the State; theie-
fore, there should be less expense.
AM. Mr't'iGlesaner,this ,won't do.
Yon must take, soma. (pUier way to
co'yer np Democratic tracks Demb
cratic defaleations, Democratic ex-
rahc 'arid Democratic eorrop-
Un. "Tax payers otUancbck coun
ty, bow. tone iwiU you submit to this
thing ? bUow long will yon , thus tol
erate this corruption, this extrava
gance, these defalcation f , Forever?
Arouse ye, and on the 13th. of Octo
ber, change the control of your coun.
ty and introduce economy ami. ref oun
A Fixed Fact.
'I That "Barrett's naijr Restorative:'
overtopi everything, and took the
Firft Premium over all competitors
In New Hampshire., Sold by ,Frey
A Ettipger. ; '. ... -
Remember' the llass Meeting' on
7 th last ,
For the Jeffersonian.
THE SOLDIERS' BOUNTY OF 1862
Under the calls of J uly 2d and Au-
gust 4th, 18G2, some two hundred and
fifty men enlisted to fill the quota of
Hancock county. The fall of 1862
was an era in the war : it was the be.
ginning of a draft. Many of our m-
tensely patriotic citizen had no desire
to bo drafted ; and to make up the
number required, they began to tslk
money to men who wanted money
and wore willing to stand between
tie moneyed men of the country and
.the enemy, if they could be assured
' - . . i . : r :i:
Ol mcauu io suppori meir lauiuies,
and give them the little outfit for the
war, which they all required.. (
lu this stale of things, our people
held public meetings and resolved to
give liberally to those who would en
list, lioth in payment 91" nounty anl
for tho support of the families of
thoso who would go. It was in con
temptation to raise the money by sub
scription, and afterward get an act of
the Legislature allowing an assess
ment upon the property of the county
for the purpose ot reimbursing thos
who who would subscribe. No money
was raised by subscription for .-
tus, but the soldiers wore promised
by the Military committees, by sub
committees, and recruiting officers
that they should have volunteer lioun
ty. The Legislature might, in future
authorize collection from the taxable
property of the county ; and under
this promise, they went into the field
confiding in the honor of tho people
aud the Commissioners of the county.
Tho Legislature, on the first
April, ISti:!, authorized a tax levied
to pay' each soldier, who had been
promised a bounty, the sum of .fifty
lollars, with interest, when' the custom
of paying extra bounty had beenlieen
nHtablished. The Commissioners
Hancock county made ho levy, and
neglected totally to pay the bounty
promised. . .
On the sixth of April. 1S66, the
Legislature re-enacted the law of 1 8G3,
rt'jttirmg me commissioners in
the counties to admit the law applied
to levy the tax. there was some
doubt as to tho continuance of the
law,' after tho year 1SG6. The atten
tion of the Commissioners of this
county was called to the law aliout
the latter part of June, 1866. They
appeared willing to pay the bounty
but thought there was a doubt about
their power to do so under the act
ApriL 1866. Bat they said they would
levy the tax at once, whenever they
were satisfied they had the power
do so, under the law as it then stood;
or so soon as the Legislature would
pass an act declaratory of the act
1866, or would rcviso it if necessary,
They united in a petition to the Legis
latnre for such an act. A , bill
iatrbdo'ctd in eachllouec of the
gialaturc, and each House presented
its own Ju)J. but failed looncucjfl
lost: The conatitotionalily of tho
antl also the queation of the power
County fJomuiissioncrs to levy a
to pay the bounties under the law
18C6,was made before the 'Supreme
Court, and, after full' argument,
Court decided tho act constitutional,
and also to be in force to all intents
aud purposes, hinting pretty strongly
at the individual liability of such Com
missioners as had neglected their du
ly under the law. w 1
ur Commissioners were notified
of the decision of the'Court, and
...... j '
quested to make the neceasary assess.
ment to psy the bounties due our
dlera, who had gone out in the fall
18t$J, and they most unequivocally
promised to do so, and I liclievo
tended to do so, nutil the first Alon
day ia Jane, when the levy was to
made, then they most unaccountably
decline to make the assessment, not
withstanding tl'e several Courts, and
the derisions el the Supremo' Court
the records of the' public meetings,
and all' the concurrent fncts ;
pledges of the old Comwisaioners
Ac, wera brought up before them-
they still refused to pay the soldier
hie hard-earned bonnty.. . ,
;', ow.'all this, by , Itself; might
appear : criminal. : or, porhaps, very
culpable, if considered alone; bnt.
ia connerliou with the facts leing
brimght . to light that we have now
three , defalcations within less than
six years : that nearly fifty thousand
dollars have been levied and eol lott
ed for bridgo purposes within that
time,' aud we have not a good bridge
in the county, nor scarcely a safe one;
that it takes about tlS.1100 per annum
to run the county unices, the soldiers
think they ought to have their money
They do not design or deBire to put
their case in politics, nor to piake
political issue out of it, but on the
Other' haiid,; they nave , employed
counsel to vindicate tneir ngnis
eeurt, where they expect redress;
and they would have geu tinmen'
all iiarties understand that they ask
oary their rights, and that they will
have them, or a satisfactory reason
for their being withheld. , .
The tax-ridden farmers of
county wouhl like to know why the
bridge across It) arret) ard River, near
the Presnail Farm, in Amanda town
hip, which' is how and was at the
time of its . completion entirely un
safe for wagons or horsemen. . The
job was accepted by the Commission
ers, and the contractor paid for the
work, now much did the bridge cost?
Who will answer ?
Weak. Lungs can be strengthened
the use of White Pine Compound
is the great remedy for all Pulmo
nary Complaints and Kidney Trou
Come to the Mass Meeting next
What An8wu? A Stort or To-
Dat. Dr Anka E. Dickinson.
81.50. Ticxxoa it Fiklds, Boston.
Miss Dickiuson'a reputation as one
of the most popular lecturers in the
country will draw public attention to
her novel which l icknor aud fields
have just published. Thoso who have
listened to her eloquent lectures will
turn to her book with eager interest
"What Answer" has a skilfully-
constructed plot, and deals with some
of the most important events of the
late war. The story is one that will
deeply interest those who read simply
for entertainment; the characters,
incidents, and situations will attract
and charm novel-readers: and no
thoughtful person can be uninterested
in the bold aud earnest treatment
which some important political and
social questions receive in this volume.
1853 Etablilied 1853
UauuUctiura aud daalr In all kinds ot
Fiirniture, Cliaiis &a,
HOIITU BIUE HA1LUODA flTUKET.
Alieapar than Paatuars or HaU, aad
auparior. ma i.i;uioi, mmnt -buUc
antl durabla malarial know a for
M STRESSES, PILLOWS, CHURCH
CAR. CARRIAGE. LSLu UUA1K
rarliiRtlr olaaa and traa from duet.
(loan m.ti.ck at l. la always fraa iiwa
in.ar.1 hla. la DarleuMr ueallliy. ai tnr
la uiifiiualad. Hia4:lal allulilluB Klvau
lo luroialtiiig fUuronea, Hi.
Aent lor Findlar.
In the District Conrt of the United
States for the Northern District
In ika nuOlAr ol Uarkle k Baaolt. Bask.
rmla..Ia Kaakruutrr.' .'!..''!
At Clevaiana. in ina aaio uiainci. on
J.th dr of H -pliimb r. a. a. lsfis. Nortbara
KlKlrlr.l ol Oliio, aa. Take notlca that a ill
lion baa been Sled In Hald Court br Jal Mar
kla a Bolitur Bearb.of Kindlay. In the oouiitT
r lUnoock in ax Id IMxtrirt, duly declared
Hank ru.l under the act ol Concnuia ol Mara
til. l-7. 1nr dHHTliarxe. and rertlfluale
theranf. I ro all their dabta and 'Haer elalaia
provable under aald Act, and mat tea
day of November uert, at 10 o'clock, a. a.
aaaiKned lor tha bearing of Iba name, wbea
and wnere you mar atteud aud aboar cause.
It any rou have, why Iba prater of Iba
Petition aboold not be traulad. .
Clerk of the I MM net Court.
To tha Crediti. r ol aald Itaakrupt.
n2e 1. ....
THE 'STATE1)F OHIO, .
Auditor of State's Office
Department of luHiiraucr,
COLUMBUS. JANUABY IS, IMS,
, TA.I In J 1
Hartford Fire taraice Ccnpi,
Located at HarUord, In tba State of Coanen-
tleoi, hum coui.Hd, In all ranpeota, with
laa-a ol Ibia aula telatin( l aunli Uuuirance
Companlee, on-1 Ilia current year, and
tiled in tide offlee a iorn Statement, by
proper imiuera, anoarina- iia anmiuioa
bimineaa, at tha data ol each Hlatemant,
Amouat of actual Bald up CB-. J
ArKretata ameant of available
AaseU, 1 0-Ji;,?J0
a KKrecata ammitii ul Liabllitlea, 8.U umtvz
Amount of Inooma for tha pre
ceding year 1XT3JS82.69
Amount of Lxtieiiuilurea for tba
jure.ediug year,.,,.., . MIS.Ufi.O"
IN WrTWfi.VS WIIUKKOF, I bare hereunto
aliaorlbed my name, and cauaad Iba aeal
, my ollioe to ba united, the day
!.. j year aoi.ve written.
--- JAa. H. UODMAN,
Aaditor of Bute.
HaNfoCK' COUNTV, A!fD VlClNITV,
for tba well known IiiHtltulioii, whoae
llilh benil-Aiiuuul MnleniHiit la publtnlied
aoova. an claim mi or rira limuranoa elleut-
eu on laroraiiin lurina. nit it.
CIIMRO.f HUAF-KH. I'laiiitilf. avalaat M.
O Milter. Ueiemleiit. llefom l. U. Buanlalay,
J. 1'. of I Malay lowiuiblp, Hancock vounty.
On tlie 14lh day of 8eptember, A. I. IsiW,
miu juHiira laaoen an order o atui aoieal
tba above auuoa for the Mum of $.ltf
KIM HON MIIAPEtt.
rindlay, O.. U.iot. M, lHs. pl3.
. j , f '
Laitlaa, who, during nertain perl'oda are
Uiucli tcoabled-with tualivaneaa or fjuuatt
I atliiii. cau nud certain relief In llubaek'a
Uli.i.d PI I la. wbluh ean ba taken during
Minieu oi pregnane anil penool aalely.
Sold by fray ft ettiuer, Kuidlay, O.
Fit ED: K A lid.
-aa m a- m
tha old aland. IU
market price lur
wiu ay mi oigneai
Taa naTing gmxl beef ea'llo ahoald brio
. It mill poaltivelr
ReMtoreUrajr Hair to IU Orlg.
it loepa tha hair Iron fulling oaU It
in oeai ertaaiuir in lfes aiuii ki
kiii. urjunv nalp. hnalthw u..ll mitA
J'or aala kr all DrarrUla - ' - . ' r
tt- p- CO., Nashua, N. H. Propfre.
Manhood j How Lost, How Restored.
JaH rubllawaw, a new edition of Dr.
""'"'" a vaieoraiea nuy oa ina
radical cure Lwlihvut medicine)
(.nenwatorrbiMa. r Hcmlnal Wa.knaas. in-
voluntary temiaal Loawa, Impolency, Men-1
tal and PbyHical Incaiiaoitr. ImoadiBMnl a ta
Marriage, eto alan ixtaau million; E)illepey,f
aad KHa, induced by aallaadalgenoe or aaa-1
a-Frloe, la a -aaaled envelope, only
Tba celebrated author. In thla admirable
aaaay clearly demoaalrataa from a thirty
yeara- auacaaaiui practice, taat tba alarming
oared without the dangeroua aaa of external
lwaAa4lIiaak aaw 1 l.aa aa aa .la a. a e. . .
conaequencea oi aeir abuee aiar be radioail
uuiiiUng out a ol of our at one ilnnlA
oerisin, ana eoeciuai, oy naaaa of VBlctii
wwwaaj uuai , a.v uiaiior ffDll Dim OOfJUl UOD
may be. may eure binuelt cheaply. prtvaU
ly, and radViaUy. . . , l.f. A" jvi
s-Xhia Ltura abouM ee hi tha haada of
every yooia ia tae land. 1
i st . . r
sent, under seal, ia a-plain envelope, to
any addreaa. piwtpaid. on reoalpt of alii
" aiampa. Aiao ur. Cal
verweB'a-M arrive Hulde," price ii ceau.1
vttiNi in ruuiwnari,
127 Bowery, H. X., foat-umoe Bo ,4e j
law aa an aaa m i i I :.. .
qI fcif, Tf Tl Tl f1 I i i
MALE Y & ROTHC:
!N"earlv Opposite the Cotirt House,
Arc receiving and now opening an elegant line of
. - t . I"
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS,
IRISH AND FRENCH POPLINS,
i FPKNPII AMI
ALSO A VIMS ASSORTMENT 0V
CLOTHS. BEAVERS, m f : I
IWUTItl V l'lPEI) WAr Kit
CLOAK BUTTONS. AND OIAM ENTf.il .;
We have in great
VERJ LOW H? UNICES,
, . . We are also opening
t .ii. 11: i 'j ii.- i ?--rd-
Making pur Stock unusally full and
- close .Buyers. .
' llOU R MOTTO"
QUICK SALES.: SMALL PROFITS.
We do not propose to blow now mucu cneaper we can
SELL .YOU GOODS FOR CASH
But we will say, and truly say,
n n i ' ' .
As we have no expensive Store Itoem and from, fira to tea Clerk to snp.
iu.l. i Prt- J'.cimieiAioiai wih.the abo'w haye a
. . ' JLiixte . of TolstlOliio,' ,, ,
Who has received the latest styles of
FALL AND WINTER J FASHIOrJO
. And is prepared, on s large scale", to taks orders, which '
WILL BE -PROMPTLY FTT.T.Kn
And tas LOW RATES
1 FiniSHEOAV0ni can be done.
: rVV MALEY'i ROTHC HILD.
Oldirate Gamer., ,
G rcciah Bciic,
! i r
r 4 ' M
,'llli ii I'i tlf
("fit ii i
IN VELVET, PLUSH, FELT .AND
nil H ii.'tii t --o3liT
. . i X . i ' l. I
t J i ii-klt 9-i
the, Latest Styles in BOlVNETS.
AN ;iSE:S?te...0f!- RIBBONS
A agnificohxAdrtment of Artificial
Flowers, ,. Flowers, jilIojrs,4, T8,
iJkwid patent Velvets,
Laces, Veilings. Ruches. Illusions,
.. . . .. ...;,r 1... i ..: I 1 l-.-t". ' '
And every thing that belongs to a FIRST-CLASS
. . ....... V .... i
- " - w - t 1 1 " " lliriir-
,. . , T7..
JCt KljS 1 J : IA . t-?i
. - " T aawmw-ev
-v . .
. At Old IrThito Corner.
BAKNEY, iSNYDEK & CO.
r f '
FNfiLISH JIERINOS. '
ALl'ACAS, Eill'litSS CLOTH,
variety and at
a large invoice of
well worthy an examination by a11
that we can and wi
. I . . . I i ' i
rill sail for
- i .
. tHll A fa V mIi
. ii jiiuriri si v. i n.
New Store! Room.
CAR M AH"AT3 Qr
1 !lv.fJ r'
i I A A 1
Juat esaaaA at am
. - u; .u it
-.f 1 . V
ea bf Iks aioeet aiwlaiaat of aa
Fall Winter SzzS,
Vklos va av pepWUsaU as i 0
si .'I i. f
Call la aad see as, as ws mot
nay iruabto to abaw,
The old fortt.
it,.. , . ,' ' i
; i v ' it! i a a i i J H a
Buy at Camahan's
; : i rr. I ti n- un
Bay at Ouin
I ui -1-
. , . ..,.- .... ia iia- J
.ri i :u.f i a i
Bay sU Cajnsasiai'a.
CC a u 2?0 IT S
.1.. . 11. ; 1
ONE PKIcii &ORjk:
i,."! ' . ;.: .i i ii A
,i i -.i i
HATS AMD CAPH
t L rt kl K if J "
1 . .. . i.JM iU iliu i
VI.M.iriiid l.jLtilipOii'l kU M' l .11
! .: ! -'t iii I t!i ! 1
! . i i , : l Ji
! ,4 . ;: . . ; '. T A.il l vi. (.'
ttavlacjwarrwtaraai Wiai aTawTort wta ais:w'
j ,i "i l.'i
n l : a a i a
I1 ALL STOCK
, y iX
i ! .!iiiil "Uilia
t Al')irt .U YAAai
. j i.a Lu a
.f 1.. i. ; '
ij l iiSSUH .11 1 1 Z
Mow efteM Ueoi totis sabBff
. , .Hi' i i I rTlIA'I .fDJJiI
Ul 1 . i.-fct ;
CauMkper tksvst the)
An yoa aa ta 41 totf UwtUkkkli&
laot, la to Juat to call aa4 aaa lot yvuraalfaa.
Yi '. I . i:l T-Tl A
. ,. in i aJi lil Jt '.
ttli 'JMatiaiilT wU
Faihloawsai tfias it"!?
j -.1 ; . r.rm- . b4l.
' ' SILK HATS 1 .
i.. ..:iii lift rei U
. J IKS AUD BQW. I
;' ;... J.owloVr
W tea MUaat stilea,i'!''il
PAPER AND LININ -CUFFS. "'
il .fiJti'i .-"''
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, . ..I Mfl 1 , 1I
- I j ul lir l- lift .Siftl.
AUol whWk mUTti-'"
. .. uW .'ittK
WHOLESALE a PRICES,
.-ji- t lv .a ,i. J si
f .Wl'l ii' ' ! -I ' Jl iA
Ikiaao troabla toUatoweooda. CaJlaal
aaaslna tat ynataiNs." U St. UOHM'B,
oa door SoaU of glmmnaaf Baaim - '. Z
tt. B. OOBJB.
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